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February 23, 1990 - Image 127

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-23

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Administration Office: 557-6750

Founded 1914

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said she persuaded the Red
Cross in Spain to classify
European Jews as prisoners of
war and also was credited
with rescuing 500 youths
from the Bergen-Belsen death
camp.
Mrs. Reichmann came to
Canada in the late 1950s
with her late husband,
Samuel. The family began
with a tile import company
and went on to rank among
the world's 10 wealthiest
families.

Rabbi Samson
Raphael Weiss

Rabbi Samson Raphael
Weiss, a prominent Jewish
educator in the United States
and Israel and a leader of Or-
thodox Jewry, died at
Columbia-Presbyterian
Medical Center in New York
Feb. 6 at the age of 79.
Weiss was chairman of the
department of Judaic studies
at Touro College in Manhat-
tan and of the Jerusalem In-
stitute for Talmudic Research

75 YEARS OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT

in Jerusalem, where he made
his home.
Born in Emden, Germany,
Weiss came to the United
States in 1938. He taught at
the Rabbinical Academy Ner
Israel in Baltimore and was
dean of the Beth Yehuda
Talmudical Academy in
Detroit from 1940-44.

Morie Nelson

Morie Nelson, 68, of Birm-
ingham, died Feb. 14. Mr.
Nelson was owner and presi-
dent of Nelson Chemical, now
Nelson Products, which was
founded by his father in 1931.
He was a past president of the
Rotary Club of Hamtramck, a
member of Perfection Lodge,
Jewish War Veterans
Zussman Post and B'nai
B'rith.
Mr. Nelson leaves his wife,
Charlotte; daughters and a
son-in-law, Arlene and
Douglas Pierce of West
Bloomfield, Ronna Gordon of
Birmingham, Marilyn
Kirschner of Farmington
Hills; and five grandchildren.

I NEWS I

No Case Found Against
Weizman's PLO Ties

Jerusalem (JTA) — At-
torney General Yosef Harish
has found insufficient
evidence to bring a case
against Ezer Weizman, who
was removed from the Inner
Cabinet last month because
of his alleged contacts with
the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
Harish announced his con-
clusion after studying the
results of a police investiga-
tion into the activities of
Weizman, who is minister of
science and development.
Weizman, a Laborite who
has long advocated negotia-
tions with the Palestinians,
including the PLO, said he is
gratified by the attorney
general's decision, but didn't
comment further.
The Likud-Labor unity co-
alition government was bad-
ly shaken when Shamir an-
nounced without warning at
a Jan. 1 Cabinet meeting
that he was firing Weizman
because of his sustained con-
tact with the PLO.
Shamir alleged that the
former air force commander
and one- time defense min-
ister briefed PLO leaders on
how to respond to Israeli and
American diplomatic moves.
Angry Laborites threaten-
ed to break up the govern-
ment. But a compromise was
quickly reached, whereby
Weizman was forced to

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resign from the 12-member
Inner Cabinet, the govern-
ment's top policy-making
body, while retaining the
science portfolio.
Shamir made clear,
however, that he hoped
Weizman eventually would
be forced to leave the
government altogether.

Glenn Triest Photographic

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.

Aaron Louis Berg
Benjamin Broncwaig
Louis M. Dunn
Erna Eisch
Chashe M. Levenson
Mollie Massermon
Hyman Rosen
Miriam Schey
Dora Seidel
Leo Nathan Spector
Abraham Wolok

David Davis
Joseph Berg
Albert Dvorkin
Joseph Freedman
Millie Gallow
Abraham Gook
Max Harris
Henry Hochman
Frank E. Leidermon
Fannie Remer
Albert P. Seigle
Asher Smith
Mary Weingarden
Rose Wolin
Jack Abramson
Anne Applebaum
Nathan Dinkin
Isadore Domnitch
Joseph Dorfman
Bella Ellios
Harry Kahn
John Markowitz
Sara Miller

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Marvin Modlinsky
Mary Olstein Sorkin
Sam Osnos
Rebecca Pearlstein
Henry Rich
Arline Goldfarb Schafer
David Silver
Ben Solomon
Jennie Puckovitslry Tomarin
Fred Segal
Louis Waltman
Foy L. Weisblatt
Mary Foigin
Morris Kraizman
Som Lux
Esther Novitz
Leonard Sandweiss
Israel Topor
Maurice Wogmon
Alfred H. Wolin
Yitzchak Wainer
Tzvi Weinberger
Ann Wilner

Lena Climstoin
Alan B. Cohen
Nathan Deutsch
Jennie Feldman
Louis Goldberg
Israel Goldin
Betty Zaientz Goudsmit
Pinchus Kaplan
Frank Orechkin
Elkuno Rosenheck
David Schoichit

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Sarah Weingarden
Pearl G. Wool
Louis Bordoley
Benjamin Bradman
Gabriel N. Eisman
Sam Elias
Simone Fishman
Meyer Greenspoon
Jock Falkauff
Morris Gunsher
Joseph L. Holtzman
Philip Kowo
Erno Klein
Jeon Krowitz
Sheila Lazowsky
Oscar Lerchin
Yale Levin
Bertha Migdal
Rachel Pomerantz
Ben Rubenstein
Harry Smith
Sam Tarnopol
Henry Waterstone
Rose Benjamin
Adele Brown
Bella Chestnuk
Anno R. Chinitz
Anna Newman Graff
Doro Cohen
Deno Heitkomp
Sally Hess
Rose Raimi
Rose Segerman
Eva Singerman
Hyman Sweet

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Ontario Court
Rejects Appeal

Toronto (JTA) — The On-
tario Court of Appeals
unanimously upheld the
1988 conviction of neo-Nazi
pamphleteer Ernst Zundel
recently and sharply repri-
manded his lawyer.
The three-judge panel
found no merit in Zundel's
appeal, which claimed he
was being punished for
holding certain political
views.
It found "irresponsible and
reprehensible" the charge
by defense attorney Douglas
Christie that the judge who
presided at Zundel's trial
was personally biased
against him.
Zundel, who operated a
print shop in Toronto, was
the center of a massive neo-
Nazi propaganda ring that
circulated hate material
worldwide.

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