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June 09, 1989 - Image 131

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-09

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Administration Office: 557-6750

Founded 1914

JOSEPH TANENBAUM SCHOOL FOR BOYS SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

32605 Bellvine Trail
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

IT'S FUN TO LEARN AT YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

leaves a son, Barry of
Traverse City; a daughter,
Mrs. Michael (Sharon) Alter-
man; two sisters, Mrs. Sam
(Eva) Pack and Mrs. Murray
(Betty) Grossman; and three
grandchildren.

MARJORIE JACOBS
PANDOLFINI, 83, died May
31. She leaves a son, Stanley
Raderman; one grand-
daughter and three great-
grandchildren.

MOLLY PENNER, 76, of
Southfield, died June 6. Sur-
vived by a son, Dr. Dennis of
Los Gatos, Calif.; three
daughters, Mrs. Martin
(Sheila) Lederman, Mrs.
Larry (Linda) Sandler and
Mrs. Chuck (Susan) Chupack;
a brother, Nathan Mazer; two
sisters, Mrs. Betty Leib and
Mrs. Anne Mittelman; 12
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.

ETHEL PORTER, 84, died
June 5. She leaves a son,
Alfred N. D'arcy; and two
grandchildren.

FANNIE RASKIN, 89, died
June 4. She leaves two sons,
Elmer and Gerald of
Evanston, Ill.; two sisters,
Mrs. Sadye Gray and Mrs.
Dorothy Moss; three grand-
children and one great-
grandson.

MICHAEL ROSEN, 87, of
Detroit, died May 31. Surviv-
ed by a sister, Mrs. Pauline
Turk of Long Island, N.Y.; and
a nephew, Arnold Rosen of
New York City.

Benjamin Sarver

Benjamin B. Sarver, owner
and operator of Sarver's Meat
Products in Flint, died May
16 at age 81.
Born in Poland, Mr. Sarver
lived in Flint for 47 years. He
was a member of Congrega-
tion Beth Israel.
He is survived by his wife,
Ruth; a daughter, Marilyn of
Southfield; a brother, Louis of
Tamarac, Fla.; a sister, Fanny
Goren of Southfield; nieces
and nephews.

Sheldon Brodley

Sheldon Brodley, an
engineer at WXYZ-TV, died
June 4 at age 68.
Born in New York, Mr.
Brodley was a resident of
Southfield at the time of his
death. His television career
started in the 1950s with the
"Soupy Sales Show." He
recently worked on "Kelly
and Co." and was an engineer
for many Thanksgiving Day

parades. Mr. Brodley was a
football and baseball coach
locally. He was the assistant
coach at Brother Rice High
School.
He leaves his wife, Helen;
two sons, Gary and Ronald; a
daughter, Mrs. Karen Kac-
zander; and three grand-
children.

Dr. Wm. Bagley

Dr. William A. Bagley, a
specialist in criminal justice,
died May 30 at age 43.
A resident of Farmington
Hills, Dr. Bagley was
graduated from Mumford
High School and Wayne State
University where he earned
B.S., master's and Ph.D.
degrees. Dr. Bagley was an
elementary school teacher at
Sursma Elementary School in
Warren since 1967. He also
taught driver's education.
He leaves his wife, Joyce
(Collens); two daughters, Lisa
and Julie; his mother, Mrs.
Helen Bagley; and a sister,
Mrs. John (Debbie) Poponea.

I NEWS I

School Request
Made By E.C.

Brussels (JTA) — The Euro-
pean Community has asked
Israel to re-open Palestinian
schools in the West Bank and
Gaza Strip, which were shut
down as a security measure.
The 12 E.C. member states,
currently chaired by Spain,
issued a joint statement last
week expressing their
"serious concern" over the
"persistent decision" of the
Israeli authorities to keep the
schools closed.
The stated reason was that
the schools, particularly high
schools and colleges, were
hotbeds of Palestinian na-
tionalism and the source of
violent demonstrations.
Arab universities, high
schools and elementary
schools have been closed dur-
ing most of the 17 months of
the Palestinian uprising, by
order of the Israeli military
authorities.
The E.C. statement read:
"The Twelve consider that
this measure, which is con-
trary to the basic right to
education, threatens the
future of a whole generation
of young Palestinians and
contributes to increase the
level of tension in the oc-
cupied territories, thus
obstructing the task of
building confidence which, in
the view of the Twelve, is
essential if the peace process
is to prosper."

ENROLL YOUR CHILD NOW!

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.

JOSEPH FANTICH
SARAH GOLDMAN
JENNY PINSKER
HYMAN WEINMAN
MARGARET ENGEL
LOUIS FINKELSTEIN
BESSIE GLIEDERMAN
IRVING KATZ
JUDA LACHAR
MAX LEFKOWITZ
MARY MEMBER
EDITH NORBER
WILLIAM SCHULMAN
BERTHA TORGOW
MINNIE COHEN
LAWRENCE R. GECHTER

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SAM ROSENBAUM
HARRY SHRIMAN
RACHEL STEINBOCK
REBECCA TEMCHIN
DANIEL GREENBLATT
JACOB MANDELL
DOROTHY MECKLER
BENCE MERMELSTEIN
LIBBY ROSENBERG
FANNY STOLARSKY
ANNA WEISBERGER
LILLIAN FEUERMAN
SIDNEY FISCHER
JOSEPH GITTELMAN
JOSEPH JAFFA

ABE MEISNER
NETTIE NEWMAN
DAVID ANBENDER
DELLA GOTTLIEB
JENNIE ROSEN
IRENE ROSENTHAL
BERNARD G. SKULLY
ABRAHAM STEINBERG
BELLE CLAYMAN
JACK ELKIN
FANNY RUBINSTEIN
SAMUEL SATOVSKY
JEROME SHALIT
KATE WINSTON
ISAAC YABECK

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