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March 29, 1991 - Image 137

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-29

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Florence Switow

Florence Switow, 88, of
Louisville, Ky., died March 2.
She was a member of Adath
Jeshurun, Jewish Hospital
Guild, National Council of
Jewish Women-Louisville
Section and Hadassah.
She leaves her daughters
and sons-in-law, Marjorie
and Max Fisher of Franklin,
Joyce and Stanley Burk-
off of Highland Beach, Fla.;
sister, Mrs. Harold Toor of
Palm Beach, Fla.; brother,
Harry Klein; eight grand-
children; six great-grand-
children; two great-great-
grandchildren. Services and
interment were held in
Kentucky.

Rebecca Frohman

Rebecca Frohman, 85, a
charter member of the
Oakland Piano Teacher's
Forum, died March 23. A
member of the Music Study
Club of Detroit, she also won
the teacher of the year award
from the Michigan Music
Teacher's Association.
She is survived by her son
and daughter-in-law, Dr.
Lawrence and Barbara of Cin-
cinnati; four grandchildren;
three great-grandchildren.

Dr. William Reveno

Dr. William S. Reveno, 94, of
Southfield, died March 20.
He was a member of Temple
Beth El, one of the 12 foun-
ding members of the
American Diabetes Associa-
tion. He served on the facul-
ty of Wayne State University
Medical School from 1924 to
1983 and was a recipient of
the Distinguished Service in
Medical Journalism Award
from the American Medical
Writers Association.
He received a BS degree
from the University of
Michigan in 1917 and
graduated from the Wayne
State University School of
Medicine in 1921.
He leaves his daughter and
son-in-law, Jeanne and Frank
Wolfinger of Barrington, Ill.;
four grandchildren; three
great-grandchildren.

Benjamin W. Grant

Benjamin W. Grant, 78, of
Detroit, died March 20.
Mr. Grant was attorney of
counsel for Jaffe, Snyder,
Heuer and Raitt. A former
senior partner of Weiswasser,
Jaffe and Grant, he then
formed Grant, Schon and
Wise.
He was one of the founding
members of Detroit Food and
Wine Society and an active
member of Tau Epsilon Rho
Legal Fraternity, having

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served as Supreme Chancel-
lor and Honorary Supreme
Chancellor thereafter.
His major passions besides
law and family were Univer-
sity of Michigan football and
food and wine.
Mr. Grant leaves his wife
Rita; sons, Paul of Los
Angeles, Richard of Mill
Valley, Calif.; brothers and
sisters-in-law, Dr. Joseph and
Norma of Birmingham,
David and Ruth of Encino,
Calif.; sister, Florence
Lenhard of Pompano Beach,
Fla.; one grandson.

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Germany Halts
Immigration

Bonn (JTA) — The Bonn
government has virtually
cut off the continued im-
migration of Soviet Jews to
Germany, a policy that
satisfies Israel and is not
unappreciated by the Ger-
man Jewish community,
which found its resources
strained to the limit by the
recent influx of newcomers.
The cutoff brings the
policy of the former West
Germany to bear over that of
the former East Germany,
which, prior to unification,
had decided that every Jew
who wished to come to Ger-
many would be admitted and
made eligible for govern-
ment aid.
West Germany and then
the new united Germany
struggled with the problem,
saying that only those with
relatives in the country or
who could prove German
ethnic origin would be eli-
gible to be repatriated to
Germany.
Until the controversial
decision, more than 100
Soviet Jews were registering
daily at the government of-
fice, which was inherited
from the East German
regime. Bonn came under
pressure from Jerusalem,
which feared Soviet Jews
were being diverted from
Israel.
Jewish Holocaust survivor
groups were also vocally
opposed to relocating Soviet
Jews in Germany.
The local Jewish commun-
ity on the other hand, anx-
ious to increase its numbers,
had been urging unlimited
immigration for Soviet Jews.
But its local infrastructure
was also severely taxed by
the increased demand and
now seems to be relieved, at
least for the time being.
No longer under pressure,
priority can be given to ab-
sorbing the newcomers al-
ready here.

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April 7, at Hebrew
Memorial Park, Pinsker
Section. Rabbi Kirchner
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are invited
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Who passed away
March 30, 1990. Sadly
missed and never to be
forgotten by husband,
Irving; son and wife,
Mark and Judy; daught-
er, Nancy; grandchild-
ren, Lisa and Lori.

Who passed away April 1, 1980 on 6th day of Nisan.

Sadly missed and never to be forgotten by Wife,
Gig; children, Marian, Rick, Kathie, Jeff, Brenda,
Paul, David, Karen and Andy; grandchildren,
Melissa, Evan, Aaron and Ashley.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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