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June 22, 1990 - Image 123

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-22

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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 Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

32605 Bellvine
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

75 YEARS OF PROGRESSIVE EDUCATION

of the Hundred Club of
Detroit, a board member of
the Detroit Council — Boy
Scouts of America, a past
board member of Ibmple Beth
El, a member of the Franklin
Hills Country Club and a
board member of the World
Medical Relief.
He leaves his wife, Jean;
daughter and son-in-law,
Nancy and John Lichtwardt
of Portland, Ore.; son and
daughter-in-law, Scott and
Cathy of Northville; daughter
and son-in-law, Elizabeth
Shapero Keane and James
Keane of Novi; sister and
brother-in-law, Marianne and
Alan Schwartz of Bloomfield
Hills; four grandchildren.

Naomi Eder,
Longtime Volunteer

o

Naomi Satovsky Eder, 80, of
Southfield, died June 13.
Mrs. Eder was an active
member of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek for 60 years.
Mrs. Eder was a board
member of the family-owned
Satovsky construction and in-
vestment corporation.
She was affiliated with the

Sherwood Forest Group of
Hadassah in numerous posi-
tions including vice presi-
dent. She was a member of
the Purity Chapter, order of
the Eastern Star as Adah of-
ficer and organist, the
American Jewish Congress
and an USO hostess.
She also did volunteer work
with the Maimonides Medical
Society Auxiliary, Phi Delta
Epsilon Medical Fraternity
Auxiliary, Women's American
ORT, B'nai B'rith, National
Council of Jewish Women,
Jewish National Fund and
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Sisterhood. In 1980, Mrs.
Eder received the lifetime
award of the Maimonides
Medical Society for her
service.
She leaves daughters, Dr.
Eleane Eder of Miami, Fla.;
Beverly Eder Mitchell of
Southfield, Marcia DeVera
Eder of Naples, Fla.; brothers
and sisters-in-law, Abraham
and Toby Satovsky of South-
field, Lester and Margarette
Satovsky of West Bloomfield;
seven grandchildren; three
great-grandchildren.

Not Discouraging Aliyah,
States HIAS' Leuchter

SUE FLAXMAN

Special to The Jewish News

M

y personal belief is
that Soviet [emigra-
tion] is the greatest
thing that can happen," said
Ben Zion Leuchter, presi-
dent of the Hebrew Immi-
grant Aid Society (HIAS),
addressing the American
Jewish Press Association's
annual conference in New
Jersey earlier this month.
Leuchter rejected criticism
that BIAS harmed the cause
of aliya by trying to attract
Soviet Jews to the United
States and stated
categorically that BIAS en-
dorses a policy of having as
many Jews as possible go to
Israel, especially those who
have no direct family ties in
the U.S.
"Almost everyone who
gets into the United States
will have close relatives
here," he said. "Those who
don't might as well not even
apply. People call us, wor-
ried about friends [still in
the Soviet Union]. We tell
them to tell their friends to
go to Israel — it's the

Sue Flaxman is a staff writer
for the Metro West Jewish
News of New Jersey.

quickest way — and they
must get out."
According to Leuchter, the
American Jewish commun-
ity is "shouldering its
burden." He noted that
37,500 of the 40,000 Soviet
Jews scheduled for reset-
tlement in the United States
in this fiscal year have al-
ready arrived.
"We will use up the 40,000
government-allotted visa
slots on schedule," he af-
firmed.
"The European pipeline is
almost empty," Leuchter
said. "There are only about
200 Soviet Jews left in
Rome," particularly com-
plicated individual cases or
people who were too ill to
travel.
Leuchter noted that the
biggest problem for emigres
coming directly from the
Soviet Union to the U.S. is
that many of the Soviet Jews
have trouble getting dates to
be interviewed by the U.S.
Immigration and
Naturalization Service in
Moscow. "Until a person
gets that date," maintained
Leuchter, "BIAS will have
no entre to information
about them. Without suffi-
cient information, we cannot
begin the resettlement pro-
cess." LI

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.

Nathan Lewis
Shmuel Rutzimring

Dworo Digmon
Leonard Brode
Samuel Groj
Fannie Karol
Nathan Livine
Rebecca Lefton
Neimork
Rose Schwartz
. John David Smith
Samuel A. Starr
Harris Duch
Seymour J. Cohn
William Dubrinsky
Helene Hollender
Pepi Mermelstein
Pincas Reif
Michael Solai
Sally Stambler
Lloyd Weingarden
Anna Birnbaum
Emma D. Dana
Abe R. Rosenberg
Gussie Schechter
Yached Skorko
Joseph Wood
Soroh Zucker
Lena Beckerman
David M. Blanke
Abraham Domstein
Bert Ferrer
Dr. Joseph Gruber
Photo Courtesy of Duchin Productions David Kaboker
Rose Kantor

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Dr. Mandel Lonsky
Dr. Jock Markow
Louis Moskowitz
Isaac M. Newman
Peter Portnoy
Richard S. Rosin
Simson Sendler
Moshe Baruch
Harry Binder
Rose Feigenson
Ben Gladstone
Anna Goldin
Hattie Joslove
Irving Levitt
Benjamin I. Magid
Yokel Pomerantz
David Rosen
Gertrude Selman
Sophie Cohen
Sarah Finkelstein
Louis Freedman
Ben Hersh
Julius Heymonson
Bronia Nachman
Ethel Roffman
Sarah Schmier
Harry Sheawitz
Mary Simon
Gussie Slootsky
Lena Brenner
Pearl Daniels
Adolph Dinetz
Anna Pollok
Sam Pukowitsky
Isidor Strom
Morris Tatelbaum

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