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May 26, 1989 - Image 155

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-26

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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

Max Coral

ed as a movie and then an
album, "Live From New York
Gilda Radner." She left the
TV show before the 1980-1981
season.
Her film credits include:
First Family, The Woman in
Red, Haunted Honeymoon,
Hanky Panky and It Came
from Hollywood.
She won an Emmy Award
in 1978 for "outstanding per-
formance by an actress."
Miss Radner was married to
rock guitarist G.E. Smith
from 1980 to 1982. She mar-
ried actor Gene Wilder in
1983. Her book, It's Always
Something, based on a line ut-
tered by one of her "Saturday
Night Live" characters, is due
out in June.
Besides her husband,
Radner is survived by her
mother, Henrietta Radner of
Southfield; and a brother,
Michael of Detroit.

Max Coral, professor
emeritus of mathematics at
Wayne State University and
co-founder and associate dean
of Monteith College from its
beginnings in 1959 until his
retirement in 1970, died May
17 at age 84.
Following graduation from
the City College of Detroit,
Prof. Coral did graduate work
at the University of Chicago
and held post-doctoral
fellowships at Harvard and
the University of Chicago. He
returned to Detroit to teach
at WSU in 1936.
He is survived by his wife,
Jeannette; two daughters,
Lenore of Ithaca, N.Y., and
Suzanne Allender of Chicago;
a sister, Rose Fern of Detroit;
and two granddaughters.

Dr. Rothberger

Waiver Reform
Link Is Told

Dr. Henry Rothberger,
associate professor of
medicine at the Bowman
Gray School of Medicine in
North Carolina, died May 14
at age 45.
Born in Detroit, Dr.
Rothberger was graduated
from Cass Tech and received
both B.A. and M.D. degrees
from the University of
Michigan. Dr. Rothberger did
research at Scripps Institute
and in 1974 became a board
certified hematologist. He
had been at the Bownman
Gray School since 1977. Dr.
Rothberger was an avid sup-
porter of many conservation
and environmental groups.
He is survived by his wife,
Sophia; two daughters, Sohia
and Anna; a son, Edward H.;
his mother, Esther Rothberg
of Southfield; a brother, Gary
of Boston, Mass.; and his
grandfather, Sam Fink of Los
Angeles, Calif.

Sarah Swartz

Sarah Swartz, secretary for
Wayne State University's
department of social work
from 1964 to 1982, died May
23 at age 71.
Born in Detroit, Mrs.
Swartz attended Northern
High School, Wayne State
University and worked for the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service (now Jewish Family
Service), the Book Review
Club and did volunteer work
at Sinai Hospital.
She leaves her husband,
Harry; two daughters, Mrs.
Harvey (Marcy) Bard and
Mrs. Larry (Joanne) Pevos; a
sister, Mrs. Morris (Marion)
Edley of Cincinnati, Ohio;
and four grandchildren.

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75 YEARS OF PROGRESSIVE EDUCATION

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.

GUSSIE ANSTANDIG
SAMUEL DASCHIN
RACHEL BERNSTEIN
OLGA FEKETE
JULIUS GOLDBERG
ROSE LEIDERMAN
LAURA WETSTEIN
DORA FINE
AVRAM JAKUBOWITZ
HARRY Z. KRAFT
ANNA LUBKIN
JOSEF WEINER
ABRAHAM ZWERLING
CHAIM A. CORMAN
ABRAHAM FINE
MINNIE HACKER
MEYER C. MANELA
ETHYLLE OPTNER
JACOB JOSEPH SIMON
ANN SHINDLER WOLK
LILLIE BLOCH
MAX COHEN
ADOLPH E. FELL
BRAINDLE GITTELMAN
JEANETTE MARIE
GOLDBERG
ALBERT L. JASLOVE
SARA KANER
AVRAM MALLY
BEN NOSANCHUCK
SYLVIA RABINOVITZ

I NEWS I

Washington (JTA) — If
Soviet emigration reforms are
institutionalized, then it
would be appropriate for the
United States to consider
waiving two major restric-
tions on superpower trade,
Secretary of State James
Baker said last week.
Speaking to reporters in
Moscow, at the end of his two-
day visit there, Baker said he
told Soviet Foreign Minister
Eduard Shevardnadze that
waivers for the Jackson-Vanik
and Stevenson amendments
would be considered only
after Moscow adopts the new
laws it has promised.
Soviet officials had said
laws reforming emigration
practices would be adopted by
last month. They now say
they will be introduced when
the reconstituted Supreme
Soviet convenes.
The Jackson-Vanik Amend-
ment denies the Soviet Union
and other East bloc countries
most-favored-nation trade
benefits until emigration
figures are considered ade-
quate. The Stevenson Amend-
ment withholds trade credits
for the Soviet Union.
The president can recom-
mend that Congress waive
provisions contained in those
amendments, if he certifies
that he has assurances the
Soviets will allow substantial
numbers to emigrate.
Jewish groups have been
debating whether to support
a waiver of Jackson-Vanik
because of the large number
of Jews now leaving the
Soviet Union. Many have in-
dicated that they would not
approve of a waiver until the
new laws were adopted.

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IYAR MAY
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JUNE
BESSIE B. BECKMAN
27
1
LOUIS MORRISON
27
1
SARAH NATHAN
27
1
HARRY PENFIL
27
1
RAYMOND ROSENBERG 27
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ZAVEL SILBER
27
1
LOUIS ZEFF
27
1
BESSIE LANDGARTEN
28
2
LAURA NUSBAUM
28
2
ABRAHAM SACHS
28
3
PHILIP SCHLUSSEL
28
3
CHAJA R. SIWEK
28
3
TILLIE SNYDER
28
3
ANNA SPIEGELMAN
28
3
DOROTHY TEREBELO
28
3
ETTA P. WALDMAN
28
3
SAM KLEIMAN
29
3
AARON LEIDERMAN
29
3
CHARLES LESSER
29
3
REGINA LEVI
29
3
JANETTE NOLER
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BORIS J. SHEAWITZ
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MORRIS SKLAR
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EVA STEIN
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EVA WEXLER
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MICHELE E. ROOT
AARON ROSEN
ROBERT L. SIEGEL
DR. KARL STILLWATER
SAMUEL WOHL

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