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September 29, 1989 - Image 215

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-29

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Founded 1914

Administration Office: 557-6750

JOSEPH TANENBAUM SCHOOL FOR BOYS SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

32605 Belivine Trail
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

TEACHING DETROIT'S CHILDREN TORAH FOR 75 YEARS

sister, Eileen Letvin of
Southfield; a brother, Saul of
West Bloomfield; and three
children. Interment Florida.

Sara C. Barris

Sara C. Barris, former direc-
,tor of nursing at the Jewish
Home For Aged on Petoskey
and former nursing director
of medicine and surgery at
Sinai Hospital, died Sept. 23.
She was 80.
Miss Barris earned her
[, degree in nursing from
Harper-Grace Hospital in
.1930. She was one of the first
registered Jewish nurses in
Detroit and was supervisor of
nursing at Sinai Hospital
from its opening in 1954 un-
til her retirement in 1966.
She was also director of
other nursing homes in the
Detroit area and was also a
member of Hadassah.
[ She leaves her sister, Sylvia
)Maiseloff; and nieces and
nephews.

Mollie Warsh

Mollie Warsh, co-founder
and treasurer of Raskin Food
Co., died Sept. 21. She was 84.
Mrs. Warsh was born in
etroit, and co-founded the
company with her late hus-
band, Harry in 1948. She
retired in 1983. The company
distributes Kosher Food Pro-
ducts. She was a member of
Congregation B'nai David.
) She leaves a son and
( daughter-in-law, Larry and
=Bobbie Warsh of West Bloom-
field; a sister and brother-in-
law, Florence and Albert
Cowan of New Port Richie,
Fla.; a brother and sister-in-
law, David and Frieda
Subelsky of Southfield; six
-andchildren and four great-
grandchildren.

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Victims Demand
Payment Now

Bonn (JTA) — Jewish and
non-Jewish groups in the
West German state of North
Rhine-Westphalia are
demanding that the state
r and federal governments
immediately make available
1[- eparations funds for Nazi
Lvictims that were authorized
but never paid out.
A statement released in
C ologne noted that a 300
million mark fund was es-
tablished three years ago to
( make reparations available
:or Nazi victims who had not
peen otherwise compen-
;ated.
But because of extremely
jigid criteria, only 1.6

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million marks were actually
paid, equivalent now to
about $825,000 of the
original $155 million.
According to statistics
released by the German
Association for Social
Psychiatry, only 10 percent
of 1,400 former victims who
applied for reparations actu-
ally received money.

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 stu-
dying of mishnayos.

MARY COHEN
MARY GREENBAUM
JOHN HAYMAN
AARON LAMPKE
AARON NOSANCHUCK
GILBERT PARKER
ROSE SPEYER
MOLLIE TATELBAUM
DANIEL TEMCHIN
HAROLD ABEL
JOSEPH S. BERLIN
ISADORE COHEN
IRVING EISENMAN
MARTIN GOLDSMITH
BENJAMIN GOLDSTEIN
JOSEPH GUTERMAN
ISADORE LEVINE
MORDECHAI LEWIS
ABE SITORSKY
ANNE WEISSWASSER
FANNY SILBER
LEAH STERN
RIVA ABRAMOVITZ
BELLA BOESKY
ABRAHAM CHAIKIN
AARON KANTOR
HAROLD M. LEVITSKY

'Miracle' Triplets
Born In Israel

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A
medical miracle has yielded
triplets.
A 28-year-old woman, born
without ovaries, gave birth
last weekend to healthy
triplets conceived in a test
tube, then implanted in her
uterus.
The two girls and a boy
were born at Beilinson
Hospital in Petach Tikvah.
Their birth as triplets under
such circumstances
reportedly is a first in Israel
and is only the second such
occurrence worldwide.
The triplets, whose birth
weight ranged from 3 to 3
1/2 pounds, were delivered
by Caesarean section.
Their medical history is a
cooperative affair. Three ova
were donated by another
woman who underwent fer-
tility treatments at Beilin-
son. They were then fer-
tilized in a test tube with the
sperm of the husband of
their birth mother.
The three resulting em-
bryos were implanted in the
wall of her uterus after her
body had been prepared with
hormones.

Vandals Destroy
Israeli Convent

Jerusalem (JTA)
—Unknown vandals in
Israel may have exacerbated
tensions between Israel and
the Catholic Church, par-
ticularly the Carmelite
order.
Israeli media reported
Tuesday that vandals had
destroyed the remains of a
13th-century Carmelite con-
vent near Haifa. According
to reports, the vandalism
was systematic, with the at-
tackers smashing stone after
stone at the site, which is be-
ing excavated by a group of
Carmelite nuns.
Israel Radio reported that
the destruction of the site
was discovered soon after
religious circles in Haifa had
warned they would not allow
the excavations to continue
as long as a Carmelite con-
vent remained on the site of
the former Auschwitz death
camp in Poland.

TISHRI OCT.
2
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TISHRI OCT.
SAMUEL MANDELSOHN 5
4
SARAH ORECHKIN
5
4
MAX POTOK
5
4
JOSEPH SILVERSTEIN
4
5
SAMUEL J. WIENER
5
4
VERA WEISZ
5
4
NORMAN BAILEY
6
5
5
SHANA GOLDSMITH
6
5
ABRAHAM GROSSMAN 6
MORITZ MARX
6
5
FRANK MOSS
6
5
ROBERT CARNICK
7
6
PEARL GENDLER
7
6
JACOB KOGAN
7
6
LEAH PERLMAN
7
6
GEORGE M. STEIN
7
6
JOSEPH S. ABRAMSON
8
7
SADIE CAMENKER
8
7
FANNIE ESCOFF
7
8
ROSE FERRER
8
7
LENA FINN
8
7
CLARA GOLD
8
7
ANNA GOLDSTEIN
8
7
ROSE GROSSMAN
8
7
7
PHILIP MAISELOFF
8
HENRY SCHNEIDER
7
8

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