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February 07, 1992 - Image 127

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-02-07

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Founded 1914

Administration Office: 557-6750

JOSEPH TANENBAUM SCHOOL FOR BOYS SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

14390 W. 10 Mile Road
Oak Park, Michigan 48237

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

TEACHING OUR TRADITIONS FOR 76 YEARS

Park, died Jan. 28. He leaves
his wife, Alice Brooks;
brother and sister-in-law,
Theodore and Joan of West
Bloomfield.

Diego, Calif., Sam and Anne
Tanenhaus of Southfield;
sisters, Eva Berk of South-
field, Jean Ehrlich of Carson,
Calif.

ARTHUR SCHUTZMAN,

Gadal "Mike" Plovan,
90, Musician

of Oak Park, died Feb. 2. He
leaves his sisters and brother-
in-law, Marion Litt of West
Bloomfield, Yetta Davidson of
West Bloomfield, Ruth and
Herbert Targum.

MARINA SVERDLOV, 33,

of Royal Oak, died Jan. 30.
She leaves her husband,
Yefim; daughter, Olga;
parents, Yefim and Sonya
Reyser of Oak Park; sister,
Milana Reyser of Oak Park.

LOUIS SCHWARTZ, 78, of

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Detroit, died Feb. 1. He is sur-
vived by his wife, Florence;
sons and daughters-in-law,
Robert and Gloria of Novi,
Mark and Kathy of Detroit,
Leonard and Minnie of
Detroit; sisters and brothers-
in-law, Ilene and Irving Gold
of Oak Park, Bessie and Mor-
rie Poslums of Quebec,
Canada; four grandchildren.

Asher Schwartz,
Journalist

Jerusalem (JTA) — Asher
Schwartz, a leading jour-
nalist who formerly headed
the Tel Aviv bureau of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
died last weekend after a
long illness, at the age of 79.
Mr. Schwartz, a nationally
known Israel Radio reporter,
was JTA's Tel Aviv bureau
chief from the 1950s until
his retirement in 1970. At
that time, JTA contracted
with Itim, Israel's domestic
news wire service, to
distribute its incoming news
to the Israeli press and elec-
tronic media, which had
been one of Mr. Schwartz's
responsibilities.
Mr. Schwartz was among
the founders and active
members of the Tel Aviv
Journalists Association and
was long a familiar figure at
Beit Sokolov, the journalists
club in Tel Aviv.

Clara Bielfield, 73,
TV Show Hostess

Clara Bielfield, 73, of
Southfield, died Feb. 2.
She was a modern dance
and calisthenics instructor.
She had a TV show on WWJ
in 1949 and 1950 and taught
dance at the Jewish Com-
munity Center and put on
shows for children.
She leaves her husband,
Milton; brothers and sisters-
in-law, Joe and Evelyn Tan-
nenhaus of Coronado, Calif.,
Irving Tannenhaus of San

Gadal "Mike" Plovan, 90, of
Huntington Woods, died Jan.
31. He was a musician who
played the violin, saxophone
and clarinet and was a past
board member of the Detroit
Federation of Musicians. He
was a member of the Shrine
Band, Redford Symphony Or-
chestra and Temple Israel.
He leaves his daughter and
son-in-law, Natalie and Mor-
ton Freed of Farmington
Hills; brother and sister-in-
law, Sidney and Charlene;
sister, Florence; five grand-
sons.

I NEWS

Storms End
Israel Drought

Tel Aviv (JTA) — This
winter of almost unrelieved
foul weather has been
unkind to Israelis. But it
may have ended a three-year
drought, solving the coun-
try's dire water problem.
Most areas of the country
have already received more
precipitation than the an-
nual average, with nearly
two months to go before the
rainy season is officially
over.
Lake Kinneret, the coun-
try's largest freshwater res-
ervoir, has risen by nearly
six feet from the dangerous-
ly low level it had fallen to
before this winter's
downpours.
Meteorologists expect the
Kinneret, also known as the
Sea of Galilee, will be back
to normal before the end of
the rainy season. At that
point, the floodgates leading
into the Jordan River will
have to be opened to avoid
inundating the lake shores,
including the resort town of
Tiberias.
The government-owned
Mekorot Water Co. has
resumed pumping from the
lake into the national water
conduits which empty into
the coastal wells to replenish
depleted groundwater.
But Water Commissioner
Dan Zaslaysky says he won't
be satisfied until Israel has
two or three more years of
above average rainfall.
Jerusalem, meanwhile, is
bracing for another blizzard,
such as the one that hit the
city at the beginning of
January. It blocked roads
with felled trees and downed
power lines.

Photo Courtesy of David Zuroff

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.

Louis Dordoley
Benjamin Bradman
Gabriel Eisman
Sam Elias
Jock Folkouff
Morris Gunsher
Joseph L. Holtzman
Philip Kowo
Erno Klein
Jean Krowicz
Sheila Lozowsky
Oscar Lerchin
Yale Levin
Bertha Migdol
Rachel Pomerantz
Harry Smith
Sam Tarnopol
Henry Waterstone
Phillip Zoger
Adele Brown
Bello Chestnuk
Dora Cohen
Bena Heitkomp
Sally Hess
Rose Mimi

ADAR I
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FEB.
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Elaine Roth
Evo Singerman
Joseph I. Stewart
Hyman Sweet
Abraham Berman
Max Berris
Joe Bigman
Ida Klein
Moses Koller
Sarah Miller
Leah Posmon
David H. Rom
Bertha Weitzman
Leo Zentmon
Samuel Acker
Abraham August
Bessie Berris
Ralph Koelner
Rose Konikof
Anna Levine
Katherine Rodner
Joseph Saks
Hyman Schwartz
Blanche I. Stern
Janet Straus

ADAR I
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FEB.
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Michael G. Bordi
Max Citrin
Alan Coleman
Dr. Bernice Feigenbaum
Freda Freed
A. Isaac Korman
Sara Rubenfaer
Mendel Stark
Evo Topor
Isadore Warren
Milton Wertheim
Rebbetzin Rachel Zoger
Julius Cohen
Minnie Fisher
Israel Malik
Irwin Rosenbaum
Rose Temchin
Rose Aronoff
Esther J. Bragman
Max E. Charness
Anne Kaufman
Samuel Liberson
Louis Menenberg
Solomon Rosenberg
Ernest Wolfsheimer

ADAR I
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