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July 28, 1989 - Image 119

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-28

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Founded 1914

Administration Office: 557 - 6750

JOSEPH TANENBAUM SCHOOL FOR BOYS SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

32605 Bellvine Mien
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

KEEPING THE LIGHT OF TORAH BRIGHT FOR 75 YEARS
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Dr. N. Kanter

Dr. Norman E. Kanter, a
dentist in the Detroit area for
more than 50 years, died Ju-
ly 18 at age 81.
Born and raised in Detroit,
he was a dentist in Royal Oak
from 1932 to 1985. He was a
captain in the U.S. Navy dur-
ing World War II.
Dr.
Kanter
did
undergraduate and dental
studies at the University of
Michigan. He was a member
of Perfection Lodge of the
Masons, Adat Shalom
Synagogue, a life member of
the American and Michigan
dental associations, Tam
O'Shanter Country Club and
the Disabled American
Veterans.
He leaves his wife, Ruth;
two daughters, Mrs. Alvin
(Marcia) Buch and Mrs. Joel
(Betsy) Cohen; a sister, Mrs.
,) Samuel (Ann) Weinstein; and
four grandchildren.

Weiss-Rosmarin
Dies at 81

New York (JTA) — Trude
Weiss-Rosmarin, Jewish
author, editor and columnist,
died in her Santa Monica,
Calif., home a few weeks ago,
after a year's bout with
cancer. She was 81 years old.
Weiss-Rosmarin was
regarded as a maverick and
known for her outspoken posi-
tions against bureaucracy in

the Jewish and Israeli do-
mains. She was a strong
believer in peaceful coex-
istence with the Arabs.
Weiss-Rosmarin espoused
her views in her quarterly
journal, The Jewish Spectator,
which she published for 53
years.
Trude Weiss was born June
17, 1908, in Frankfurt, Ger-
many, and studied at the
Universities of Berlin, Leip-
zig and Wurzburg. At Wurz-
burg, she received a doctorate
in Semitics, archaeology and
philosophy in 1931, following
which she immigrated to the
United States.
She married editor and
educator Aaron Rosmarin, a
Russian Jew who wrote books
on Jewish subjects. Although
their marriage ended in
divorce, she continued to use
her hyphenated married
name, because she had made
a career with it, explained ar-
tist Nissim Sevan, her second
husband, to whom she was
married for 35 years.

David Rivlin

David Rivlin, a parapelegic
victim of a swimming acci-
dent 20 years ago who receiv-
ed court permission to turn
off life support equipment
keeing him alive, died July
20. He was 38.
He leaves his aunt, Marion
Gornbein; and counsins,
Naomi Zeitz and Tova Oblak.

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.

EVA COHAN
HYMAN LEVINE
IDA PESSmAN
CLARA REIF
J MILTON BRESLER
ESTHER BRODER
ADE CHAUSKY
FRIEDA CHESLUK
DORA FLEISCHER
DAVID FULLER
MORTON GOTTLIEB
SHEVA R L HIMELSTEIN
ISRAEL KOJDER
SHIFRA KOJDER
GUSSIE KUSHNER
DAVID LAKIN
GOL DIE SHAFER WAXMAN
SAMUEL YOFFEE

MOSHE GLANCZ
AARON GOLUD
HELEN JACOBSON
ABY LANTOR
SIDNEY MITNICK

TAmmUZ JULY
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ISAAC SCHMALTZ
JACOB SOLOMON
JULIUS TAITELBAUM

RABBI MOSES I BESHKIN
NOAH MEIR CHESLUK
FANNIE DORF
JACOB FARKAS
BURTON HORNBERG
MOLLIE H KANE
SEYMOUR MATZ
SCHMUEL ORECHKIN
FLORENCE B RIBIAT ROBERT
ANNA SHERmAN
DAVE SILVERSTEIN
SOL BRODSKY
ABRAHAM FRANK
HILDA GOLANER
MORRIS H KANER
HYMAN KAPLAN
MARY KUNIN
JACOB LANDGARTEN
PAUL MERETSKY
CHAYIM SCHULIST

MARILYN S. LIEBERSTEIN

Special to The Jewish News

R

ita Levine, a 39-year-
old Philadelphia at-
torney, died suddenly
and
unexpectedly
of
respiratory complications last
Tuesday at Hadassah
Hospital in Ein Kerem,
Israel. She was the 15th vic-
tim of the July 6 terrorist at-
tack that sent an Egged bus
hurling into a 200-foot ravine
as it traveled from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem.
Levine had suffered a col-
lapsed lung, multiple broken
bones and a spinal injury in
the crash.
Speaking for the U.S. State
Department, Arthur Berger,
public affairs advisor for Near
East and South Asian Affairs,

Marilyn Lieberstein is a
writer for the Philadelphia
Jewish Exponent.

said, "We're saddened by the
news of her tragic death and
we extend our sympathy to
Rita Levine's family."
"We have condemned this
terrorist violence which
resulted in the deaths and in-
juries of so many innocent
people."
Levine was the first U.S.
resident to die in a terrorist
incident in Israel since 1978,
and the only one to lose her
life during the 19 months
since the intifada began.
A 1974 graduate of the
Temple University School of
Law, Levine had worked for
12 years as an assistant
defender in the mental health
department of the Defender
Association of Philadelphia,
She had taken a six-month
leave of absence from her job
at her own expense and, in
January, traveled to Israel to
study Hebrew at Ulpan Akiva
in Netanya and to prepare for
admission to the Israeli bar.

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SARA ZABLUDOVSKY
ESTHER ALLAN
IDA BERMAN
HARRY R BOCKOFF
YECHIEL E ERSTER
HERBERT GLOGOWER
PAULINE GUTFREUND
PHILIP HOFFMAN
BENJAMIN SHEPARD
LOUIS SUGAR
ZISE BIGMAN
FRANCES D CRANE
HANNAH DIEM
DOROTHY EIZEN
CHAYA I GORENSTEIN
FANNY GOULD
LILLIAN HARRIS
ETTA LEVIN
DAVID LEVITZ
SONIA MENENBERG
ESTHER SHIFRA MOSHEL
BILL ROSENTHAL
SAMUEL M SHORR
JOSEPH STEIN

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BIRTHDAY WISHES TO BESSIE YASSKY OUR "AISHES CHAYIL" AWARD RECIPIENT

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