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September 11, 1992 - Image 143

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-11

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SAY

44,

WITH
TREES

IRED SIMON, 76, of

mington Hills, died Sept.
He leaves wife, Sylvia;
ughters, Yvanne Ham,
ayne Sikelianos and Trina
Mtn; son, Stewart Charles
mon; four grandchildren.

She leaves her daughter
and son-in-law, Shirley and
Donald Zimberg of Oak Park;
sisters, Mina Pushkiman of
Tel Aviv and Sylvia Schapiro
of Kibbutz Beit HaSheta; 11
grandchildren; five great-
grandchildren.

ELDON TEPLITSKY,

, of Southfield, died Sept. 3.
e is survived by son, Steven
plitsky; daughter and son-
-l*w, Eydie and Joshua
ugler, all of Farmington;
titer, Anne Teplitsky of
uthfield; sister and brother-
aw, Ardele and Neal
olfson of Farmington Hills.

4NCES WEITZ, 72, of
uthfield, died Sept. 3. She
vas her husband, Henry;
ughters and sons-in-law,
i and Jim Lolas of Farm-
gton Hills, Sandi and Larry
cker of West Bloomfield,
ane Weitz, Barbara and
rl Beattie of Amhurst,
Y, Lisa and David French
Royal Oak; brother and
er-in-law, Bernard and
orence Golsky of
thfield; sister, Zelda
oni" Smith of Las Vegas,
v.; eight grandchildren.

achel Kurtzman

chel Kurtzman, 104, of
uthfield, died Sept. 2. Mrs.
rtzman raised funds on
thalf of a number of causes.
novas an active member of
oneer Women (now
iat), and Club One. She
s honored by Israel Bonds
one of the first people in
troit to have sold $100,000
bonds. She is survived by
p.ighter, Marjory Raskin of
lest Bloomfield; two grand-
).
cilrb-en,
four great-grand
ildren; one great-great-
andchild.

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eirtha Mishcovsky

Bertha Bracha Rappoport
islicovsky, 94, of Oak Park,
,_,_cl Sept. 2. She sold whole-
1e novelties for United
>ws Company of Detroit.
[e was an active member of
lei Jewish Community
nter's Writer's Club. Her
ort°, essays were published
The Jewish News, and a
ection of her writings, To
Friend, was published in
187. She was an active
'amber of Hadassah and
loneer Women.
;.)n in Bialystok, White
I I1SE ia, Mrs. Mishcovsky was
==granddaughter of Rabbi
tzchok Abelman, author of
gnat HaShmita, a treatise
I the Jewish observance of
Sabbatical Year in Israel;
'e was a great-niece of the
I • •
rucist
and scholar, Rabbi
ae 1 Salanter.

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NATIONAL FUND

18877 W. Ten Mile Road
Suite 104
Southfield, Michigan 48075
Phone: (313) 557-6644

Monday thru Thursday
9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Friday 9 ;N.M. to
2 hrs. before Sabbath

Rabbi Berkovits,
Theologian

Chicago (JTA) — Rabbi
Eliezer Berkovits, Orthodox
theologian and ardent
Zionist, has died at age 83 in
Jerusalem.
A native of Transylvania,
Rabbi Berkovits earned his
Ph.D. at the University of
Berlin in 1933. The follow-
ing year, he was ordained in
the Hildesheimer Rabbinical
Seminary in Berlin, where
he later served as the rabbi
of the largest Orthodox syn-
agogue.
Rabbi Berkovits im-
migrated in 1939 to Leeds,
England, then to Sydney,
Australia, before arriving in
1950 in the United States.
He served as chairman of
the department of Jewish
Philosophy at the Hebrew
Theological College (the
Skokie Yeshiva) in Skokie,
Ill., from 1958 until his
retirement in 1975, when he
made aliyah.
Rabbi Berkovits wrote ex-
tensively about such issues
as the tensions between
secular Jewish nationalism
and Jewish religious tradi-
tion and the theological
implications of the Holo-
caust.

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MONUMENT
COMPANY

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Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads

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Ira Kaufman Chapel,
Hebrew Memorial Chapel
and Alan Dorfman Fu-
neral Direction send
notices of all funerals
they have handled to be
printed in The Jewish
News. Families whose fu-
neral has been handled by
one of these homes should
not contact the paper to
place an obituary.
Those wishing to notify
the community of out-of-
town deaths, with a
Detroit connection, must
send in a typed, double-
spaced notice. Please in-
clude a daytime phone
number in case we need
additional information.
Single-spaced, hand-
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accepted.
Out-of-town obituaries
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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.

Milton Abramson
Giso Bobchuk
Leib Bobchuk
Mishke Bobchuk
Josef Glaser
Orville L Gold
Harry Henigmon
Chono D. Kazerinski
Avrohom M. Kazerinski
Samuel A. Klepfish
Michael Liebman
Samuel Porel
Samuel Saks
Lena Yaffe
Benjamin Berry
Milton Burnstine
Sonia Denison
Ethel Eisenberg
Morton H. Forman
Ruth Jacobson
Samuel Miller
William Sandler
Soroh Seigle
Joseph G. Betonsky
Sam Dubin
Rose Krise
Abraham Nathan

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Sophie Blue-Bluestein
Edith G. Cohen
Israel Eizen
Louis Gottlieb
Isaac Kresch
Philip Landsman
Ethel Moll
Leo Flekel
Fannie Lifshitz
Arthur Schecter
Jacob Steinbock
Bessie Weingorden
Harry Weiswosser
Herman Diamond
Dora E. Green
Louis Klovons
Nechemioh Lieberman
Anna Bloch
Sarah Glassman
Rev. Lester King
Samuel Norber
Ruth Schwartz
Foy Simon
Faye Tennenberg
Harriet Weingorden
Abraham Yossky

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MONUMENT
WORKS

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