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December 15, 1989 - Image 159

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-15

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

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Founded 1914

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75 YEARS OF TEACHING OUR TRADITION

gregation Shaarey Zedek for
55 years.
She leaves a daughter and
son-in-law, Judy and Sol
Silver of Sausalito, Calif.; a
brother and sister-in-law,
Charles and D or i e
Friedenberg of Florida; and
three grandchildren. Services
and interment in Detroit.

Herman Grand

Herman Grand, 74, of
Southfield, owner of Acme
Tire Service for 45 years, died
Dec. 6.
Mr. Grand was a member of
Harry B. Keidan Lodge B'nai
B'rith and the Furniture
Club of Detroit.
He leaves his wife, Freda;
sons and a daughter-in-law,
Joseph and Myrna and West
Bloomfield, Jeffrey of Fern-
dale; a daughter and son-in-
law, Elaine and Barry
Stulberg of Farmington Hills;
and three grandchildren.

David Freedman

David Freedman, 65, of
West Bloomfield, died Dec. 12.
Graduated from D.I.T. phar-
macy school in 1949, Mr.
Freedman owned Gimbel
Drugs in Dearborn for about
20 years before retiring three
years ago.
He belonged to Rho Pi Phi
fraternity of American Phar-
macutical Association and
the Michigan Pharmacy
Association. He also was a
member of Congregation
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses.
He is survived by his wife,
Tilla; son and daughter-in-
law, Dr. Leonard and Gilya
Freedman of New York;
daughter and son-in-law,
Sharon and Rabbi Philip
Weimer of Cleveland Heights,
Ohio; sister, Shirley Shiovitz
of Southfield; six grand-
children.

Joyce Cohn

Joyce Cohn, commissioner
for the Detroit Zoo for eight
years, a longtime board
member of the Michigan
Opera Theater and a 1976
delegate to the Democratic
National Convention in New
York, died Dec. 12 after a long
illness. She was 55.
Friends of Mrs. Cohn, wife
of U.S. District Judge Avern
Cohn, say she was a
courageous woman who bat-
tled cancer for close to 20
years. They say the illness
didn't stand in the way of her
commitment to community
service.
She was also a member of
the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra Hall board of
directors.

In addition to her husband,
Mrs. Cohn leaves sons and
daughters-in-law, Sheldon
and Barbara of West Bloom-
field, Thomas and Lisa of
West Bloomfield; a daughter
and son-in-law, Leslie and
Paul Magy of West Bloom-
field; her mother, Sara
Hochman of Southfield; and
three grandchildren.

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.

KISLEV DEC.
RACHEL BACOW
19
17
ZELDA BARON
19
17
LEATRICE BRUDNER
19
17
JOSEPH ERNST
19
17
SHANA D. FLORENCE
19
17
ELCHONON GREENBERG 19
17
GERALDINE
GREENWALD
19
17
MAX M. KRUGER
17
19
MOLLIE LEEBOVE
19
17
ABRAHAM ROTHBERG
19
17
LOUISE SILVERSTEIN
19
17
NATHAN YANCHAIR
19
17
LOUIS ZELIKOFF
19
17
SARAH ALLEN
20
18
FANNY AUGUST
20
18
ABRAHAM BELFER
20
18
ISADORE BLITZER
20
18
SAMUEL BORTNICK
20
18
JOSEPH EPSTEIN
20
18
GUSSIE CARDASH
20
18
YACHET KLEIN
20
18
GEORGE L. MILMET
20
18
ESTHER ROTHBERG
20
18
MARY SIMON
18
20
BEN BRAGMAN
21
19
JACK FUNK
21
19
MAX GELLER
21
19
NELSON G. HALL
21
19
MARY KAPLAN
21
19
MARY KLAVONS
21
19
JACOCB SHIFFMAN
19
21
HARVEY SIMON
21
19
SAMUEL M. BENDEROFF 22
20
ANNA BORIN
22
20
HARRY S. CLAYMAN
22
20
ANNA DUCHIN
22
20
FANNIE GOLDBERG
22
20
JULIUS GOLD
22
20

Dr. Jack Sklar

Dr. Jack Sklar, of West
Bloomfield, a dentist in the
Detroit area for 44 years, died
Dec. 9. He was 79.
He was a member of the
American Dental Associa-
tion, the Michigan Dental
Society and Detroit District
Dental Society.
He leaves a son and
daughter-in-law, Dr. Nelson
and Judith of West Bloom-
field; a daughter and son-in-
law, Edwina and Howard
Watenmaker of Pleasanton,
Calif.; a sister Edna Green;
and five grandchildren.

Duchin Productions

KISLEV DEC.
JACOB JEREMIAS
22
20
IDA KESSELMAN
22
20
ESTHER KIRSH
22
20
MIRIAM PAPELANSKY
22
20
MARY PELTZ
22
20
GLORIA ROGGIN
22
20
DORA SOKOLSKY
22
20
ELIZABETH FENYVE5I
23
21
MARCUS GINSBERG
23
21
PAULINE GOLDEN
23
21
ISAAC KELMANOVITZ
23
21
BENJAMIN MASON
23
21
GUTMAN PRUT
23
21
SAMUEL SCHEINFIELD
23
21
ELIZABETH
SHOTTENFELD
23
21
HERMAN SEPPEN
23
21
SAMUEL SILVERSTEIN
23
21
LOUIS I. BERGER
24
22
TILLIE COHEN
24
22
MORRIS FEINER
24
22
ESTHER LACHOVER
FLEISCHMAN
24
22
EMMA FREEDMAN
24
22
NINA GREENBERG
24
22
MANIA KATZMAN
24
22
LEWIS L. KLEIN
24
22
LOUIS STOLLMAN
24
22
GOLDA WEISWASSER
24
22
BENJAMIN BAUM
25
23
25
BEATRICE BOROCOFF
23
BELLE HARRIS
25
23
AARON JACOBSON
25
23
ROBERT R. MARWIL
25
23
LT. ARTHUR J. OSBORNE 25
23
REBECCA PONT
25
23
CHARLES SPERLING
25
23
MEYER WATNICK
25
23
DORA ZELICHMAN
25
23

Memorial Service
For Dr. Farkas

A memorial service for Dr.
Jeffrey Farkas will take place
at Temple Kol Ami at 3:30
p.m. Dec. 17.
Dr. Farkas was a student at
Temple Kol Ami and
celebrated his bar mitzvah at
the temple. Upon graduating
from Wayne State University
Medical School, he entered an
internship at Children's
Hospital in Pittsburgh.

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first war-crimes trial emerg-
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Holocaust survivors from
Israel testified before the
Ontario Supreme Court.
Defense counsel Douglas
Christie sought to discredit
them and to justify the
treatment of Jews in Nazi-
occupied Europe as a war-
time measure now used by
Israel against the Palesti-
nians.
The defendant, Imre Finta,
77, was an officer during
World War II in the Nazi-
controlled Royal Hungarian
Gendarmerie.
The former restaurateur
from Hamilton, Ont., has
been charged on eight
counts, including theft of
personal property, kidnapp-
ing, manslaughter and forc-
ibly confining 8,617 Jews
deported from Szeged,
Hungary, in 1944.

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