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March 09, 1990 - Image 135

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-09

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Administration Office: 557-6750

Founded 1914

JOSEPH TANENBAUM SCHOOL FOR BOYS SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

15751 West Uncoin Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

32605 Belivine pall
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

TEACHING OUR TRADITIONS FOR 75 YEARS

Arnold Silverman of Oak
Park; and three
grandchildren.

IDA WEISMAN, 77, of War-
ren, died March 1. She is sur-
vived by son, Mark A.
Weiseman of Brighton;
daughters, Charlene Dia-
mond and Joanne Weiseman,
both of Oak Park; sister and
brother-in-law, Julius and
Estelle Thompson of Delray
Beach, Fla.; two grand-
children; and one great-
grandson.

IRENE T. WEISS, 80, of
Southfield, died Feb. 28. She
leaves her husband, Joseph
and her son, Michael of
Southfield.

Yehudis Bergstein
Handler

Yehudis Bergstein Handler,
38, of Israel, died in January.
More than 600 friends from
throughout Israel attended
the funeral, at which former
Knesset member and rosh
yeshiva of the Hesder Pro-
gram, Rabbi Drukman, spoke
of Mrs. Handler's devotion to
Israel. She made aliyah in
1973.
An artist, Mrs. Handler
decorated camps of her B'nai
Akiva chapter and her kib-
butz. She also designed an
ark cover in memory of a
young man killed in Lebanon.
She is survived by her
brother, Rabbi Chaim Berg-
stein of Farmington Hills; a
husband and four children.
Interment in Jerusalem.

Saralee Green

Saralee Greene, 78, co-
owner of Nat Greene's
Women's Apparel, of
Southfield, died March 6.
She was also the owner of
Expectation Shop in Birm-
ingham and Maternity
Modes.
Mrs. Greene was also a
former dental hygenist.
She leaves a daughter, Gael
of New York; a son, Jim of
Chicago; and five grand-
children.

and Miriam and Jack Glick of
Huntington.
Mr. Glick leaves brothers
and sisters-in-law, Lewis and
Mary Elizabeth of Sarasota,
Fla., and Jack and Miriam of
Huntington; sisters and a
brother-in-law, Besse and
Isador Cohen and Lena Glick,
all of Huntington. Services
and interment in
Huntington.

Mathilde R. Meyer

Mathilde R. Meyer, of West
Bloomfield, died March 3.
Mrs. Meyer was born in New
York, and had been here in
the Detroit area for the past
five years. She was a teacher
in the New York Public
Schools System for more than
36 years, teaching fourth and
fifth graders, before her
retirement in 1956.
She was a volunteer for
many years with the Sloan-
Kettering Institute in New
York and was an active par-
ticipant with the Children's
Social Services in N.Y. She
was many times honored by
the N.Y. School system for
outstanding achievement in
teaching skills. She was a
1919 graduate of N.Y. State
Teacher's Normal School.
She leaves a daughter and
son-in-law, Carole and
Howard Dworkin of West
Bloomfield; and three grand-
children. Services and inter-
ment in Saddle Brook, N.J.

Duchin Productions

During the coming week Yeshi va Beth Yehudah will observe the yahrtzeits of the following departed friends, with
the traditional memorial praye rs, recitation of kaddish and studying of mishnayos.

Tillie Cohen
Abraham Eisenmon
Samuel Gittlemon
Freida Gottlieb
Bertha Greenspan
Not Jacobson
Celia King
Bessie Kushner
Ellis Markofsky
Isaac Michelson
Samuel Plotkin
Edward Rothenberg
Sarah Seppen
Meyer Baxter
Annette Borovitz
Eva Bunin
Alfred C. Funke
Steven B. Goldstein
Morris J. Hatt
Morris Karbol
Louis Kukes
Hermon Miller
Mendel Poss
Meyer Ephraim Revzin
Alvin B. Spector
Simon Waterstone
Leon Greenberg
Jakob Herskovitz
Bessie Katz
Harry Levin
Harry B. Park
Ann Rubenfaer

NEWS (

Ruth Cohen Glick
and Robert Glick

Wolf Prize

Ruth Cohen Glick and
Robert Glick, 74, and 76, of
Huntington W. Va., died Feb.
9 and Feb. 25 respectively.
They leave a son and
daughter-in-lawNilliam "Bil-
ly" and Brenda of Hun-
tington, WVa.; a daughter,
Barbara Ann Shapiro of
Southfield; and five grand-
children.
Mrs. Glick leaves sisters
and a brother-in-law, Faye
Abrams of Charleston, W. Va.

Jerusalem (JPFS) — The
$100,000 Wolf Prize in Phys-
ics for 1990 will be shared by
Gilles de Gennes of the Col-
lege of France in Paris and
David J. Thouless of the
University of Washington in
Seattle, the Wolf Foundation
has announced.
The two are being honored
for their "pioneering con-
tributions to our understan-
ding of the organization of
complex condensed-matter."

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Nathan Ruzumno
Pine Schwartz
Ben Thatch
Irving Wineman
Molka Yassky
Joseph Zucker
Rebecca Bressker
Bernard Noimon
Sarah Eizen
Vojtech Haber
Kate Henock
Minnie Kaplan
Louis Kosoff
Maurice Katz
Elkon Levine
Isaac Levine
Shabse Y. Lipschutz
Zalman Lopata
Jack Pollock
Charles Solomon
David Applebaum
Max M. Bennett
Samuel Beznos
Stuart S. Chosid
Clara Elukin
Hedwig Greenbaum
Moses Housman
Sarah Lyons
Jacob Nagler
Samuel Natinsky
Abe Nusbaum
Louis Pelovin

Max Sherman
Harry Averbuch
Leo Barth
Charles Drescher
Ellis Friedman
Fajgo Grinberg
Rebecca Kotzer
Harry Raskin
Rose Ross
Bessie Rott
Rachel Scherr
Jack H. Schey
Anna Schwartz
Eva Shlakmon
Edward Tarnopol
Julius Wasserman
Meyer Weisberg
Bessie Baskin
Anne Cooper
Emanuel Danzig
Sadie Delin
Esther Jacobson
Abraham M. Kreplak
Hyman Michelson
Meyer Nusbaum
Joseph Penner
Kate Pitkowsky
Max H. Sallan
William Schwartzman
Shirley Sherman
Samuel Wiernik
Katie Zomler

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Jean Tyner

Jean Tyner, of Southfield,
died March 3.
She was active with the
Sinai Hospital Women's Guld
and was a board member. She
was also active in Hadassah,
ORT, and the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women.
Mrs. Tyner leaves her son
and daughter-in-law, Herbert
and Suzanne of Birmingham;
a daughter and son-in-law,
Paula and Dr. Henry Siegel of
Southfield; a brother, Glenn
Hartman of Israel; five grand-
children; and five great-
grandchildren.

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