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July 21, 1989 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-21

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Administration Office: 557 6750

Founded 1914

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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

75 YEARS OF TEACHING OUR TRADITIONS

died July 12. Survived by his
wife, Dorothy; two sons, Mark
and Brian; his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William (Regina)
Weisberger.

SANFORD WINNICK, 74,
died July 12. He leaves his
wife, Ruth; two daughters,
Fern Sabian of Denver, Colo.,
and Harlene Appleman of
Ann Arbor; two sisters, Rose
Higgins of New York and
Sadie Harris of New York;
and six grandchildren.

DR. ISRAEL J. ZIMMER-
MAN, 89, former Detroiter of

Longview, Texas, died Jan. 31.
He leaves his wife, Dena; a
son, Herbert of Birmingham;
a sister, Mollie Boraks of
Clearwatei, Fla.; three grand-
children and one great-
grandchild. Interment Texas.

Dr. H. Sturman

Dr. Harry H. Sturman, a
dentist for more than 50
years, died July 13.
Dr. Sturman, 82, worked as
a lab technician before star-
ting at the University of
Michigan. He was a 1936
graduate of the University of
Detroit dental school.
During World War II he was

a first lieutenant in the U.S.
Army in Europe.
He was a life member of the
American Dental Association
and Alpha Omega dental
fraternity. He was the first
president of Alpha Omega's
Alpha Nu Chapter at U-D. He
was a member of the Detroit
District Dental Society. He
is surivived by his wife, Tillie;
a son, Dr. Lawrence Sturman
of New York; two daughters,
Carol Gumprich of Ontario
and Ellen Crall; a sister, Dora
Miller of Florida; and eight
grandchildren.

Dorothy Zachar

Dorothy Zachar, former co-
founder and co-owner of the
Tel-Huron Childrn's Shop in
Pontiac, died July 18.
Born in Wilkes-Barre, Pa.,
Mrs. Zachar was 72.
She was a member of Con-
gregation B'nai Israel of West
Bloomfield and its sisterhood,
a life member of Hadassah,
and a member of the Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish War
Veterans.
She leaves her husband,
Philip; a sister, Mrs. Stanley
(Sally) Weissman of Elkins
Park, Pa.; nieces and
nephews.




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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.

MAX KAROL
IRVING M mOSKOvITZ
RUEDEN NELSON
OSCAR SHERMAN
EDITH STROM
RONALD BARCUS
PHOEBE BUDNICK
LENA FIRESTONE
SAMUEL GLICKMAN
BESSIE HOROWITZ
BENJAMIN KRASS
ANNA LEVINE
BERNARD D WEINBERG
WILDER
LEAH WULL
SOLOMON CHESLUK
PINCHAS N ENGLER
JOSEPH FRIDENBERG
SAMUEL GOLD

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LILLIAN R HOLTZ
LOUIS KATZER
DAVE KREISMAN
NATHAN MOEHLMAN
ROSLYN 1 SAMET
ISADORE SHAPIRO
ALAN J TKATCH
HANNAH BEEN
BORUCH DiRmAN
ALBERT GOLDFARB
LOUIS GUNSBERG
AVRUM S HARRIS
IRENE JOSEPH
DAVID MOSES
FREDA NYMAN
BERNARD SWARTZ
MEYER ALDERMAN
ALBERT A CRAINE
MORRIS TRIVAX

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SADIE WEBER
DORA WEINENGER
DOROTHY BACKHAUT
MOLLIE BASCHIN
JACOB BERMAN
SANFORD L COLEMAN
JORDAN B GUNSHER
SAMUEL HARRIS
BESSIE KRAKOFSKY
IRVING ROSENTHAL
LOUIS.) WEISS
ANNA BARON
HELEN BRODE
DOROTHY HARRISON
ESTHER KUNIN
JOEL Y SIWEK
PHILIP WEISS
PHILIP ZELICKMAN

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

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Rabin Wants Extra
$200 Million In Defense

Jerusalem (JTA) — Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin is
engaged in a tug-of-war with
the Treasury over a $200
million defense budget sup-
plement he says is imperative
to pay for measures to sup-
press the Palestinian
uprising.
The Treasury is reported to
have suggested he make do
with $50 million.
The Cabinet advised him to
continue discussions with
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir and Finance Minister
Shimon Peres, with a view to
reaching an agreement at
Sunday's Cabinet session.
Michael Bruno, governor of
the Bank of Israel, told the
Cabinet that all ministerial
budgets would have to be
trimmed if it eventually
decides on an increase for
defense. The alternative, he
said, was spiralling inflation.
Rabin argued that the
unanticipated high cost of
containing the 19-month-old
Palestinian uprising in the
West Bank and Gaza Strip
placed a severe financial
strain on the Israel Defense
Force at a time when a new
external threat is looming
from Iraq.

Rabin recalled that back in
1985, he agreed to a $600
million cutback in the
defense budget, the largest
ever undertaken by a defense
minister. It was possible,
Rabin said, because Iraq was
locked in a prolonged war
with Iran and the peace with
Egypt was holding well, as it
is today.
But now that the Persian
Gulf war has ended, powerful.
ly equipped, battle-hardened
Iraqi armed forces have
altered the regional balance
of power, Rabin said.
Rabin got support from air
force Cmdr. Avihu Bin-Nun,
who warned last week that if
the government does not
reimburse the IDF for its ex-
penses fighting the intifada,
the air force will be forced to
make cuts that would impair
its ability to meet increasing
threats from the Arab states.
Speaking to military cor-
respondents, Bin-Nun said if
the supplemental budget was
not forthcoming, the air force
would have to transfer $50
million of its budget to the
logistics branch of the army
to pay for rubber bullets and
other riot-control equipment.

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