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May 19, 1989 - Image 127

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-19

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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 hail
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

LIMITED REGISTRATION AVAILABLE!

Springs, Calif.; two brothers,
Louis Liberman of Albuquer-
que, N.M., and Joe Lieber-
man of Delray Beach, Fla.;
two sisters, Mrs. Ida Glazer of
Valley Stream, Long Island,
N.Y., and Mrs. Anna Gert-
zman of Brooklyn; five grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren. Interment
Brooklyn.

DOROTHY R. PETOK, 68,
died May 15. She leaves her
husband, Theodore; two sons,
William and Fred; three
brothers, Arthur Soltar,
Leonard Soltar and Norman
Soltar; and two
grandchildren.

IRWIN REID, 64, died May
13. He leaves his wife,
Dianne; two sons, Gary and
Mitchell; a daughter, Dr.
Marlene Reed Kosova of
Chicago, Ill.; two sisters, Mrs.
Joseph (Aileen) Allen of Boca
Raton, Fla., and Mrs. Sarah
Kessler of Spring Valley, N.Y.

DORA ROSENBERG, 92,
died May 12. She leaves a son,
Alex Rhodes; two daughters,
Mrs. Arthur (Pearl) Foreman
and Estelle; a brother, Louis
Sislin; eight grandchildren
and three great-grand-
children.

LESTER SANDLES, 81, of
Oak Park, died May 12. Sur-
vived by his wife, Esther; a
son, David Joseph Miller; a
daughter, Delores Miller; and
a brother, Dr. Morton; nieces
and nephews.

ARTHUR SIMS, 82, died
May 16. He leaves his wife,
Donna; a son, Robert of. Ann
Arbor; two step-children and
one granddaughter.

HERMAN SUSSMAN, 76,
died May 11. He leaves his
wife, Zelma; two sons,
Stephen and Gary; and a
brother, Abraham.

EVELYN WISS, 65, died
May 9. She leaves her hus-
band, Meyer; two sons, Dr.
David of Ann Arbor and
James of Englewood, Cola; a
daughter, Mrs. Herb (Karen
Wiss) Hill of Highland Park,
Ill.; her mother, Mrs. Her-
mina Roth; a brother, Irving
Roth of Boca Raton, Fla.; and
six grandchildren.

LEONID ZLATOPOLSKY,
66, of Oak Park, died May 11.
Survived by his wife, Klara;
two sons, Greg and Mark of
Brooklyn, N.Y.; two brothers,
Yaakov and Nochum of the
Soviet Union; a sister, Sofia;
and one grandchild.

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.

Jack Leiderman

Jack E. Leiderman, founder
of Leiderman's Home Fur-
nishings in Battle Creek, died
April 26.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Leider-
man was graduated from
Central High School and at-
tended the Detroit Institute
of Technology. He served in
the Army from 1948 to 1949
and returned to Battle Creek
in 1953.
He was employed by Star
Appliance for 27 years until
he founded his home fur-
nishings company in 1983.
Mr. Leiderman was a member
of Battle Creek's Temple Beth
El, B'nai B'rith, A.T. Metcalf
Lodge of the Masons, Saladin
Temple, Battle Creek Shrine
Club, Battle Creek Host
Lions Club, Battle Creek
Country Club and Battle
Creek University of Michigan
Alumni Club.
He is survived by his wife,
Evelyn; a son, David of Bat-
tle Creek; a daughter, Laura
Cohen of Minnetonka, Minn.;
and three sisters, Dorothy
Weiner of Southfield, Mildred
Kaplan of Beechwood, Ohio,
and Florence Jaeger of
Florida.

MAIER DRENNER
LEM CHERRIN
HARRY L. EISENDERG
BEN HIRSCH
JACK R. LEEDS
SEYMOUR S. RIDIAT
ROSE BASIL ROSE
HARRY SPEYER
LILLY SUGAR
HERMAN MODLINSKY
AARON WASSERMAN
LEONARD ANTEL
SAMUEL Z. BIRNBAUM
NOAH ELLIAS
ROBERT FLAYER
PAUL FREUDENBERG
MAX IWREY
REUBEN D. LAUTER
BESSIE LEACH
SARAH NATINSKY
JOSEPH ROBINSON
HARRY T. ROSS
JACOB ROTHSCHILD
5AM STERN
HYMAN STOLARSKY
JACOB ADLERMAN
ARTHUR BARACH
HARRY BERMAN
RABBI MOSES FISCHER
LOUIS LEIDERMAN
ROSE LINETSKY
JULIUS PARKER
ALFRED SCHMIDEL
SARAH WUNTNER
DR. JERRY H.
ABRAMSON
DAVID I. BERRIS
REGINA BROWN
LEON HESS
RILA HESS
CHARLES LASKEY
LENA LEWINTER

The Abner Wolf Preschool Department
Dedicated September 1975

Social Club
Has Yizkor Rite

The United Jewish Social
Club will have its annual
Yizkor service to honor the
memory of the six million
who perished in the Holo-
caust at Congregation
Mishkan Israel, 14000 W
Nine Mile, Oak Park, on Sun-
day at noon.
The club is comprised of
Hungarian, Czechoslovakian
and Romanian Jewish sur-
vivors of the Holocaust.
Dr. Leo Goldman, rabbi of
Congregation Shaarey Sho-
mayim, himself a survivor,
will deliver the memorial ad-
dress, and Reb Hershl Roth
will chant the memorial
prayers. The community is
invited.

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BERTHA J. ROSENBERG
BETTY STARK
MOSES WEISWASSER
ROSE WITT
CHAYE S. BAS ISROEL
HARRY BERGER
LOUIS BUCHBINDER
BECKY GOLUB
ETTA HALPERT
GOLDA HALPERT
HUDIA HALPERT
LEBA HALPERT
MOISHE HALPERT
MORDECHAI HALPERT
CHAYA WACHTENHEIM
MEISELS
MALYE D. MERMELSTEIN
SHLOMO MERMELSTEIN
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ROSE SCHECHTER
MARY SHINDLER
BLIMA WACHTENHEIM
LOTTIE WAINGER
ABRAHAM AVERBUCH
SHIRLEY ENGEL
HELEN FULLER
LOUIS GARFINKEL
SARAH HONIGMAN
PEARL L. KRAFT
RABBI MOSES
LEHRMAN
JENNY MODLINSKY
JOE RINGLER
BABETTE ROTHSCHILD
ANNA ROTTENBERG
SAM SELIGSON
ROSE BUCHBINDER
SAMUEL COHN
MINNIE FRIEDMAN
EUGENE NEWMAN
SAMUEL S. STILLWATER
BELLA WEINER
TORGOW

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REMEMBER THE 630 CHILDREN OF YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH WHEN PLANNING YOUR ESTATE

Jacob Kirsch

Jacob Kirsch, who worked
for Marathon Petroleum Co.,
died May 13 at age 63.
Born in Poland, Mr. Kirsch
survived five concentration
camps before going to Israel
to fight in its war for in-
dependence. He met his wife
in Israel and moved with her
back to Detroit in 1956.
He is survived by his wife,
Sheila; two sons, Ron and Ari;
and a sister, Hanka Wegener
of Israel.

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