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June 16, 1989 - Image 123

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-16

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Founded 1914

Administration Office: 557 6750

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JOSEPH TANENBAUM SCHOOL FOR BOYS SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

32605 Bellvine hail
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

LEARNING IS FUN AT YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

John Brown

John L. Brown, chairman of
the board of the Great Lakes
Realty Co. (formerly Great
Lakes Recreation), died June
7 at age 88.
Born in New York, Mr.
Brown lived 74 years in
Detroit. He was a member of
Temple Beth El, Congrega-
tion Shaarey Zedek and
Franklin Hills Country Club.
He leaves three daughters,
Mrs. James (Sherry) Buhai,
Barbara Brow:, Travis and
Mrs. Louis (Sandra) Grotta of
New Jersey; two sisters, Mrs.
Saul (Dora) Rose and Mrs.
Charles (Lenore) Feinberg;
seven grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.

Ralph Sherman

Ralph H. Sherman, a World
War II veteran, died May 26
at age 65.
A former Detroiter, Mr.
Sherman was awarded the
Purple Heart for his wartime
service. He was a member of
Perfection Lodge of the
Masons. He resided in
Cleveland Heights, Ohio, at
the time of his death.
Mr. Sherman is survived by
a brother, Mannie of
Youngstown, Ohio; and a
sister, Sylvia Brilliant Bloom
of Hallandale, Fla.

Ernest Ostrow

Ernest E. Ostrow, an at-
torney and a Wayne County
traffic judge, died June 7 at
age 82.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Ostrow
was a member of Craftsman
Lodge of Masons,
Michigan STate Bar Associa-
tion. He was a World War II
Air Force veteran.
He leaves a sister, Mrs.
David (Yetta) Bez; a brother,
Herman of Oceanside, Calif.;
nieces and nephews.

Reva Goodman

Reva S. Goodman, a charter
member of Temple Israel and
its sisterhood, died June 10 at
age 91.
Born in Scranton, Pa., Mrs.
Goodman was a member of
Hadassah.
She leaves two sisters, Ann
Suravitz and Sarah Kuhlik;
four grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.

Jean Naster

Jean Naster, chief secretary
to the Detroit superintendent
of parks and recreation in the
1930s, died June 2.
A former Detroiter residing

in St. Petersburg, Fla., Mrs.
Naster was an active member
until her death of Hadassah,
Crippled Children's Society,
B'nai B'rith, among others.
She is survived by two sons,
Richard of Naperville, Ill.,
and Dr. Barry of St.
Petersburg; a sister, Betty
Harrison of Southfield; six
grandchildren; nieces and
nephews.

NEWS I

Veto By U.S.
Cheers Israel

New York (JTA) — The U.S.
veto last week a United Na-
tions Security Council resolu-
tion condemning Israel
"shows once again that the
U.S. and Israel are allies," a
spokesman for Israel's U.N.
mission said.
Barukh Binah said he was
not surprised that the other
14 members of the Security
Council all voted in favor of
the resolution or by the state-
ment's strong language.
The Security Council
resolution harshly condemn-
ed Israel for actions "which
violate the human rights of
the Palestinian people in the
occupied territory."
The 14-1 vote took place
Friday at a Security Council
session requested by Sudan
on behalf of the Arab League.
Thomas Pickering, U.S. am-
bassador to the United Na-
tions, said the United States
vetoed the resolution because
it was "unbalanced." He said
the statement made no men-
tion of "serious acts of
violence" by Palestinians.

Jewish Students
Protest Force

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
World Union of Jewish
Students has protested in
strong terms against the "in-
discriminate use of force by
the Chinese government" on
students in Beijing.
WUJS, which has 200,000
members in 40 countries, an-
nounced Monday that it sent
the protest to Chinese em-
bassies all over the world.
The WUJS statement said
the organization "condemns
in the strongest terms the use
of indiscriminate force by the
Chinese government and
military again,-. unarmed
Chinese students and others
calling for democracy."
It urged the Chinese
government "to immediately
cease all military and police
actions and to enter into
negotiations with the
students."

THIRD GRADERS STUDYING LIFE SCIENCES

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.

MARY BEDNARSH
MOLLIE DANIELS FABER
MAX FASS
JOSEPH H. LAKRITZ
ELLA MONAST
MAX PECHENSKY
ABRAHAM SCHUSTER
BESSIE ZOLD
MICHELE EISENMAN
MARVIN M. FABER
JACOB FRANOVITZ
JOSEF GERSZONOWICZ
JULIUS HECHTMAN
BASHA F. KAZERINSKI
RACHEL MARWIL
REBECCA MEDOW
ROSE SCHURAYTZ
KALMAN SHAPIRO
SHOLOM SCOTT
OSCAR I. STEEL

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FREDA ABRAHAM
ESTHER R. BRODMAN
CHARLES H. CHARLIP
RABBI HYMAN EISENBERG
BESSIE HARRIS
BERTHA HELFMAN
JOSEPH HOLTZMAN
ABRAHAM KLENOV
MORRIS VERNICK
BECKIE WEINBERG
CHAYA GOLDA COHEN
FRED FISHER
NATHAN LEVINE
NETTIE MARKOFSKY
CLARA MARX
SAMUEL MEMBER
DR. NATHAN J. REISMAN
ISAAC BRANDT
ILONA FRIEDLANDER
AARON LEVINE

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JOSEPH MILLER
JOSEPH REIFMAN
SOL SKLAR
ABRAHAM DUBIN
JACK FINER
IDA GOLDMAN
ROSE HELLER
MORRIS JACOBSON
MAX G. SALASNEK
IRVING N. WEISS
LOUIS ARONOFF
WILLIAM COHEN
DAVID COHN
NORMAN EGREN
LOUIS GELFUND
DAVID GREENBERG
BROCHA R. GREENBERG
PHILIP M. HERMAN
HARRY H. HOCHMAN
ISAAC ROSENTHAL
MOSES WEINGARDEN

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