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May 12, 1989 - Image 135

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-12

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Administration Office: 557-6750

Founded 1914

JOSEPH TANENBAUM SCHOOL FOR BOYS SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

32605 Bellvine Mien
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

WE SALUTE OUR 1989 AWARD-WINNING GRADUATES

nant of Largo, Fla., Mrs.
Irene Soloway of Oak Park
and Mrs. Grant (Betty)
Silverfarb of Oak Park; and
three grandchildren. Inter-
ment California.

CHARLES LESLIE, 74, of
Mio, Mich., died May 4. Sur-
vived by his wife, Margaret; a
son, Dr. George Blum; three
sisters, Mrs. Harry (Dorothy)
Jaworski of Mio, Mrs. Elma
Bann and Mrs. Earl (Grace)
Schettig; five grandchildren
and one great-granddaughter.

JEFFREY E. PACK, 30,
former Detroiter of New York,
died May 8. Survived by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
(Betty) Pack of West Bloom-
field; a sister, Mrs. Steve (San-
dra) Velick of West Bloom-
field. Interment Detroit.

JUDITH
SAFFIR
SCHUMANN, 51, former
Detroiter of Miami, Fla., died
May 8. She leaves two sons,
Anthony of Chagrin Falls,
Ohio, and David; a daughter,
Mrs. David (Stephanie)
McDonough; her mother, Mrs.
Marcia Saffir; a brother,
Richard Saffir of North
Miami Beach, Fla.; and
one granddaughter. Services
2 p.m. today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

JACK TUCKER, 83, died
May 9. He leaves his wife,
Ann; two sons, Dr. Kenneth
and Thomas; a daughter, Mrs.
Burt (Beverly) Vennum; a
brother, Al; and six grand-
children. Services noon today
at Ira Kaufman Chapel.

Dr. L. Winnick

Dr. Lawrence C. Winnick, a
former Detroit-area physi-
cian, died April 11 in Col-
orado Springs, Colo., at age
70.
Dr. Winnick was a member
of the American Medical
Association and Phi Lambda
Kappa.
He is survived by his wife;
a son, Bill of Colorado
Springs; three daughters,
Gail Winnick Berkley of San
Mateo, Calif.,Maralynn Win-
nick Joshua of California, and
Kim Meyers; a sister, Marion
Pegram of Laguna Hills,
Calif.; and several grand-
children. Interment Colorado
Springs.

Dr. Martin Caplan

Dr. Martin Caplan, an op-
tometrist in St. Clair Shores
for more than 35 years, died
May 6 at age 64.
Born in Detroit, Dr. Caplan
resided in Mt. Clemens. He
was graduated from the Nor-
thern Illinois School of Op-

tometry in 1948. Previously,
he attended Oberlin Univer-
sity and Wayne State
University.
He was a former board
member of the Michigan Op-
tometric Association.
He leaves his wife, Sibyl; a
son, Dr. David; two daughters,
Debra of Santa Monica,
Calif., and Mrs. Kennon
(Carolyn "C.B.") Braswell;
and one grandson.

Josephine Fink

Josephine Fox Fink, a
secretary for 31 years for the
Fred G. Nagle Co. in Detroit,
died May 6 at age 94.
Born in New York City, Mrs.
Fink lived in Detroit 71 years.
She retired in 1985. In her
early 70s she began writing
professionally, contributing
reminiscence pieces to the
Detroit News Sunday
Magazine. In 1979, she began
a weekly column in the
Detroit Monitor.
She leaves three nieces,
Mrs. William (Jean) Hawkins,
Mrs. Donald (Beatrice)
MacGregor of Charlevoix,
Mich., and Mrs. Eli
(Josephine) Goodman of New
York; great-nieces and
great-nephews.

Sydney Levison

Sydney G. Levison, founder,
president and chairman of
the board of the Michigan
Typesetting and Printing Co.,
died May 8 at age 83.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
Levison was the founder of
the Sydney and Robert
Levison Village at Tamarack
Camp of the Fresh Air Socie-
ty. At the time of his death,
Mr. Levison resided in Miami
Beach, Fla. While in Miami
Beach, he was a life trustee of
Mt. Sinai Medical Center. He
served the medical center as
a vice president of the board
of trustees and as chairman of
the purchasing and human
resources committee.
Mr. Levison was elected
president of the Founders of
the Mt. Sinai Medical Center
for the 1985-1986 term. He
also was a trustee of the
Miami Jewish Home and
trustee of the Hospital for the
Aged. In 1985, he received
the Distinguished Citizens
Award from the mayor of
Miami Beach. He was a
member of the Westview
Country Club.
He leaves his wife, Isabelle;
a son, Robert of Detroit; a
daughter, Mrs. Sam (Ruth)
Goodman of Bloomfield Hills;
a sister, Estelle Federman;
five grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment Detroit.

TTHE HIGHEST PERCENTAGE IN THE STATE!

Pictured Above: The Sally Allan Alexander Beth Jacob School for Girls in Beverly Hills.
Fact: 14 out of our 22 Sally Allan Alexander Beth Jacob Graduates received State of
Michigan 1989 Competitive Scholarship Awards.

During the coming week Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will observe the yahrzeits of the following departed friends, with
the traditional memorial prayers, recitation of kaddish and studying of mishnayos.

IDA BORKIN
SADIE LYNN
ALICE ROBINSON
EVA WAINER
MARIE ZARKIN
LENA ALEXIS
HANNA DORDELOW
LOUIS ENTUS
BESSIE GOLDSMITH
FANNIE GOREN
LEWIS LIONEL HELPERT
IDA KARBEL
ROSE KELMAN
JACOB LECHTZIN
HARRY LINDENBAUM
IDA REISER
VERA RID
PHILIP ROSS
MOSHE B' YONAH
ANNA SPITZER
MURRAY J. SPRING
SIDNEY APPLEDAUM
FANNIE FREEDMAN
VICTORIA FREEDMAN
GERSHON GROSSMAN

IYAR MAY
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GUS LEW
RIVKAH BAS MATEL
TOBA LERNER
ROSE LIPSON
HARRY SHAPIRO
ISIDORE SHINDLER
JENNIE KOGEN SINGER
EDITH SOLOMON
CHARLOTTE YAFFE
ABRAHAM BERRIS
EVA GOLDIN
HANNAH GOLDSTEIN
CHARLES LIPCHINSKY
DAVID MODLINSKY
ANNA ROBINOVITCH
BETTY ROBINS
SAMUEL ROSENTHAL
CHASHE SCHERR
JUDAH SCHERR
JOE SHANBAUM
JOSEPH WHITEFIELD
SADIE. WOOLF
JACOB BERNER
SARA BERNSTEIN

IYAR
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MAY
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LENA BODZIN
CLARA SARAH DRESCHER
PAULINE GARELICK
SARAH SHULMAN
MORRIS Z. CUTLER
MINNIE FRIEDMAN
KOPEL KAPLOWITZ
JEAN L. KRAVETZ
ALICE MARCUS
STANLEY SAMEROFF
DAVID SCHNEIDER
MAX SCHULTZ
AIZIK SELESNY
LIBBY TAITELBAUM
JOSEPH M. YAKER
ANNA BENNETT
HAROLD BILLER
FANNIE GRAY
BELLA KOWAL
FANNY PEVOZ
CHARLES SCHWARTZ
OSCAR SILVERSTEIN
HAROLD SWARTZ
MOLLIE WEISBERG

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