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November 03, 1989 - Image 135

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-03

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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
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

featured in last February's
Jewish News, died Oct. 26 in
Brooklyn.
Formerly of Oak Park, Mrs.
Leiderman was diagnosed
two years ago as having ALS,
commonly known as Lou
Gehrig's disease. She record-
ed her feelings during her il-
lness, hoping that such
thoughts could help other suf-
ferers and their families.
The progressive neuro-
muscular disorder caused
paralysis of voluntary
muscles including speech.
Mrs. Leiderman, however,
refused to give up during her
illness, writing daily to her
family members and sending
messages through a facsimile
machine.
"I feel a very strong
religious belief. I feel God
gave us good. So all the bad
I've had I compare to all the
good and I've been a very
gifted lady," she said in the
Jewish News article.
Mrs. Leiderman is survived
by sons and daughters-in-law,
Ronald and Susan Gould of
Chicago, Dennis and Sandy
Gould of Southfield and
Jonathan and Ester Leider-
man of Bronx, N.Y.; daughters
and sons-in-law, Terry and
Dennis Eisenberg, Alissa and
Moish Taubenblatt of
Brooklyn; her mother, Anna
Pritz of Oak Park; sisters and
brothers-in-law, Diane and
Philip Kaplan of West Bloom-
field, Ilene and Jerry Dunn of
Oak Park and Marlene
Nessel of Southfield; and 11
grandchildren.

Sherman Walt

Sherman Walt, 66, a former
principal bassoonist of the
Boston Symphony Orchestra,
died Oct. 26. Mr. Walt, of
Brookline, Mass., joined the
Chicago Symphony orchestra
in 1946 and became the prin-
cipal bassoonist. He joined
the Boston Symphony in 1953
until his retirement last
spring.
Mr. Walt is survived by his
wife, Phyllis; two daughters;
a son; eight grandchildren; a
brother, Rolland; and sister,
Helen Lattin of Farmington
Hills.

Jerome G. Friedman

Jerome G. Friedman, past
president of Hebrew
Memorial Chapel, died Oct.
27.
Owner of Lion Tool and
Gage in Royal Oak for 25
years, Mr. Friedman was a
member of Temple Israel,
past president of the Oakland
Century Lodge of B'nai
B'rith, a member of the
Masons and a member of
Oddfellows, where he held the
highest chair.
Mr. Friedman, a U.S. Army

veteran of World War II, was
born in Youngstown, Ohio,
and moved to Detroit 68 years
ago.
He is survived by his wife,
Anne; a son and daughter-in-
law, Joel and Melina Fried-
man of Pasadena, Calif.;
sisters, Charlotte Baldwin of
Oak Park, Belle Wasserman
of Oak Park, Virginia
Ellenberger of Texas and Har-
riet Sigel of Southfield.

Mildred Blau

Mildred Blau, active in
many Jewish organizations,
died Oct. 25.
Mrs. Blau, 84, of Southfield,
was a member of Temple Beth
El and its siterhood, the Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women, Hadassah and
Women's American ORT.
She is survived by
daughters and sons-in-law,
Beverly and Merton Segal of
Bloomfield Hills and Peggy
and Marvin Novick of Oak
Park; a brother, Robert Kaye
of Farmington Hills; seven
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.

Rachel Ruth
Mendelson

Rachel Ruth Mendelson,
78, of Southfield, a member of
the Sinai Hospital Women's
Build, died Oct. 27.
Mrs. Mendelson, born in
Montreal, was a member of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek,
the National Council of
Jewish Women and Women's
American ORT.
She leaves her husband,
Morrie; a daughter and son-
in-law, Nancy and Richard
Hartman of Farmington
Hills; and three
grandchildren.

Claire J. Cantor

Claire J. Cantor, co-owner of
Cantor-Lemberg Art Gallery
in Birmingham since 1971,
died Oct. 25. She was 59.
She attended Roosevelt Col-
lege in Chicago and received
an associate degree in
teaching. She taught in the
Ferndale Schools.
Mrs. Cantor was active in
the Detroit Art Dealers
Association, Friends of
Modern Art, Founders Socie-
ty of the Detroit Institute of
Art and Archives of American
Art.
She leaves her husband,
Clive, of West Bloomfield; a
son and daughter-in-law,
Mark and Lisa of West
Bloomfield; a daughter, Lisa
of Chicago; her father, Isadore
Mulmat of Chicago; a brother
and sister-in-law, Maxwell
"Buddy' and Margaret
Mulmat, of Winnetka, Ill.; a
sister, Bernice Goldstone of
Chicago; and three grand-
chidlren.

Mr. Kenneth Fischer (obm) and his sister, Mrs. Blanche Pollack

THE PLANNED EXPANSION OF THE YESHIVA BUILDING IN SOUTHFIELD
(MARCH 1990) WILL BE DEDICATED IN MEMORY OF MR. KENNETH FISCHER
BY HIS SISTER AND BROTHER-IN-LAW, BLANCHE AND DAVID POLLACK

During the coming week Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will observe the yahrtzeits of the following departed friends, with
the traditional memorial prayers, recitation of kaddish and studying of mishnayos.

JULIUS CHOLODENKO
SADIE FRANKFORT
L. SIMON GORENSTEIN
ESTHER LIPSON
SALLY G. MASON
LOUIS I. SHAER
HERSH SHORR
IDA STEIN
HARRY WEINGARDEN
SARAH GENDELMAN
ARON HYMAN
HANNAH NEWMAN
MOSHE H. SACHS
MORRIS SILVER
DAVID SILVERSTEIN
HERBERT L. TENNEN
YITZCHOK BARUH
ZELDA BARUH
MORDECHAI BURKOW
MINNIE BERMAN
BEN DOBIN

CHESHVAN NOV.
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HILDA FELDMAN
MINNIE GREENSTEIN
BESSIE PARTOVICH
ISADORE PAZNER
REUBEN SANDLER
LIBA SCHER
MAURICE TACHNA
MIRIAM FELDMAN
ISAAC KAPLAN
BESSIE STORCH KLEIN
LEAH LESONSKY
ROSE L. LESSER
BERNARD E. POLLACK
MATILDA Y. SCHWARTZ
IDA ELIAS
IDA FURMAN
MICHAEL SHELDON GROSS
CHARLOTTE HOCHMAN
DAVID LAPIDES
CHARLES LAWRENCE
LOUIS PAPO

CHESHVAN NOV.
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HARRY PFEIFFER
ROSE S. RABIN
MENDEL RABINOVITCH
DONALD SCHIFF
GOLDIE BRESHGOLD
MAX EFROS
ANNA FEGELMAN
DEVORA KAZERINSKY
PEARL KNOPPOW
BEN MATZ
MAX ROSENBAUM
HARRY SHAFER
DR. JULIAN STERN
MAX TEITELBAUM
MORRIS WEISS
JACK BLITZER
SAMUEL BURNS
JOSEPH I. FRIEDMAN
FANNIE HUBERT
ROSE KAZDAN
SAMUEL SCHWARTZ

CHESHVAN NOV.
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IN MEMORY OF MR. KENNETH FISCHER (1908-1988)

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