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May 25, 1990 - Image 171

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-05-25

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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
15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076 Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

A HAPPY, HEALTHY SHAVOUT TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY

JEAN POLEY MODIANO,

58, of Southfield, died May
17. She leaves her husband,
Joseph; sons and daughters-
in-law, Brian and Ellen of
Dublin, Ohio, Steven and Jill
of Southfield; mother, Clara
Poley of Hollywood, Fla.;
sister and brother-in-law,
Elaine and Michael Goldstein
of San Jose, Calif.; brother,
Fred Poley of Hollywood, Fla.;
two grandchildren. Services
and interment in Cincinnati,
Ohio.

Chicago; sisters and brother-
in-law, Fanny and Robert
Kalish of Pompano Beach,
Fla., Reva Tucker of
Southfield.

RENEE
JESSICA
SCHMIER, 9, of Boca Raton,

Fla., formerly of Detroit, died
May 17. She leaves her
parents, Jeffrey and Liz;
brothers, Jason and Stephen;
grandparents, Regene
Schmier of Birmingham, Abe
and Shirley Budman of Pom-
pano Beach, Fla. Services and
interment in Boca Raton.

of Lake
Angelus, Mich., died May 16.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Howard; daughter,
Shelley Rice Weinberg; son,
Alan; parents Leon and Anna
Herman of West Bloomfield;
sister, Sonia Sniderman, of
Tulsa, Okla. Interment in
Scottsdale, Ariz.

RONA RICE

Iris Goldberg, 61

Iris S. Goldberg, 61, of Ann
Arbor, died May 15.
Mrs. Goldberg was a
member of Temple Beth
Emeth, a former regional
director of the Visiting
Nurses Association and
former nursing supervisor for
the Monroe County Health
Department.
She was a nursing ad-
ministrator with the Univer-
sity Hospital and VA
Hospital.
She leaves her husband, Dr.
Albert; daughters, Laurel
Brody of Sabastopol, Calif.,
Alison Brody of Davis, Calif.;
brother Herbert Saul of
Saginaw; sisters and brother-
in-law, Lois and Arnold
Bransdorfer of Saint Louis,
Mich., Sally and David Levin-
son of Saginaw; one grandson.
Services in Ann Arbor.

JOSEPH TEWEL, 70, of

Southfield, died May 19. He is
survived by his wife Zlata;
sons and daughter-in-law,
Philip of Southfield, Jacob
and Sherri of Toronto, Ont.;
daughters and son-in-law,
Dorothy and David Stoll of
Beverly Hills, Calif., Faye of
Southfield; brothers and
sisters-in-law, Avrohom and
Doba of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
Hersch Isaac of Brooklyn,
Aryeh of Haifa, Israel; sisters
and brother-in-law, Rabbi
Tzvi Hersch and Reshe of
Brooklyn, Regina Mincer of
Southfield, Soreh and David
Kartaginer, also of Southfield;
eight grandchildren.

Michael Wartell, 76

Michael Wartell, 76, of
1 Pleasant Ridge, died May 15.
Mr. Wartell was the presi-
dent and owner of Michael
Wartell and Company Mor-
tgage Brokers.
He was also an attorney
who graduated from Wayne
\ State University Law School.
He was a former member of
capital needs committee of
the Allied Jewish Campaign,
a past board member of
( Chicago Title Co., a member
L, of the American Arbitration
Association and former chief
legal base officer at Hickum
Field in Hawaii.
He leaves his wife Mary;
son, Douglas of West Bloom-
field; daughter, Dana of

Joan Millstone,
Sales Rep

Loewenstein
Joan
Millstone, 54, of West Bloom-
field, died May 16.
She was a sales represen-
tative for Loewenstein
Poultry, a family business for
over 80 years.
Mrs. Millstone leaves her
daughter, Debbie VanEaton
of Bloomfield Hills; sons,
Daniel of Manhattan Beach,
Glen and Steve, both of West
Bloomfield; brother and
sister-in-law, Marshall and
Phyllis Loewenstein of
Bloomfield Hills; one grand-
son.

East Germany
Seeks Brunner

Bonn (JTA) — East Ger-
many said last week that it
has asked Syria to extradite
Alois Brunner, one of the
most notorious Nazi war
criminals known to be alive.
He is reportedly living in
Damascus.
The Syrian government
has not yet responded to the
request. Damascus has con-
sistently denied in the past
any knowledge of Brurmer's
whereabouts, and coldly
turned down extradition re-
quests by West Germany
and France.
East Berlin's move was seen
as a further demonstration of
good will toward Israel.

Photo courtesy of Duchin Productions

following departed friends, with
Yehudah will observe the yahrtz its of the
hnayos.
During the coming week Yeshiva Beth
emis
of
recitation of kaddish and studying
SIVAN MAY
the traditional memorial prayers,
SIVAN MAY
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Abraham I. Davidson
Toube T. Dressner
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Klaus S.
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Daniel R. Rollins
Max Feurmon
Elsie R. Greene
Harry Greenstein
Lenore Katkin
Lena Levine
Rachel Ross
Etta Schultz
Lana Soloveichik
Max Wrotslaysky
Jay S. Bodzin
Esther Fidler
Teresa Gloncz
Max Glassman
Fanny Kaplan
Louis LesonsIsy
Beatrice Levitt

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Sol Nusbaum
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Minnie Weinbaum
Abraham Zweig
Max Borkin
Meyer Friedman
Sarah Leoh Koplowitz
Wolf Lokritz
Jacob Stein
Samuel H. Weingarden
Sarah Averbuch
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Rebecca Greenberg
Ida Kohn
Jenni Lozorovitch
Sarah Levin
Morris Ommermon
Shemo L. Orechkin
Lilly Rose
Bertha Schoop

Ralph Sable

Samuel Stern
Sima Leah Stern
Abraham Wachtenheirn
Wolfe Wroulaysky

Joseph Fontich
Sarah Goldman
Fannie Lieber
Jenny Pinsker
Hyman Weinman
Margaret Engel
Louis Finkelstein
Bessie Glieberman
Judo Lachor
Irving Katz
Max Lefkowitz
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