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October 23, 1992 - Image 155

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-23

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SAY
IT
WITH
TREES

l aughter-in-law, David and

everly of Farmington Hills;
a,-tighter and son-in-law,
Jarlene and Stanley
omberg of Farmington Hills;
ister and brother-in-law, Vi-
dan and Donald Doctor of
Las Vegas, Nev.; six grand-
dearest friend
Doyothy Kallush.

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EULIA C. SPOON,

of
outhfield, died Oct. 17. She
survived by her son and
iiaughters-in-law, Harry and
Mildred, of West Bloomfield,
ve Isaacson and Annette
'boon, both of Farmington
Hills; daughter and son-in-
raw, Shirley and Morrey
Barak of Boynton Beach, Fla.;
20
grandchildren;
eat-grandchildren.
-grandchildren.
great

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NKUB URIKH, 73, of Oak
Park, died Oct. 14. He is sur-
ived by his wife, Tsilya; son
'and daughter-in-law, Alek-
'? 3ander and Bella; daughter
and son-in-law, Ida and
r Vikhail Piskoveron, all of
Dcak Park; four grand-
children.

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PAULINE WEINTRAUB,

(49, of West Bloomfield, died
'Oct. 18. She leaves daughters
and sons-in-law, Trudy and
Harold Shapiro of West
loomfield. Marsha and Leon
of Miami, Fla.; four
gandchildren; one great-
grandson.

Alvin Rosenfeld,
-lou r nalist

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Alvin
osenfeld, a former NBC bu-
reauchief in Jerusalem who
covered nearly all Israel's
wars since the birth of the
ewish state, died in Wash-
gton on Oct. 10 of cancer.
e was 73.
He was to be buried in
New Jersey.
Mr. Rosenfeld was a famil-
iar and respected figure in
the small community of vet-
ran correspondents who
,:vered Israel and the Mid-
dle East in the early days of
he Jewish state.
A native of St. Louis and
grandson of the late St.
Louis Chief Rabbi Zachariah
Rosenfeld, he wrote about
the War of Independence in
1948 for the New York Post.
He reported on the Sinai
campaign of 1956 for the
New York Herald Tribune
and covered the trial of Nazi
war criminal Adolph
Eichmann for that news-
paper and for NBC News,
which he later joined as a
-
, correspondent.
Mr. Rosenfeld became
NBC bureau chief in Madrid
in 1965 and returned to

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Jerusalem as Israeli bureau
chief for the network in
1967, a few days before the
outbreak of the Six-Day
War.
He was the only Western
reporter to enter the Old
City of Jerusalem with the
Israeli forces, led by Gen.
Moshe Dayan, when they
captured the Western Wall.
In 1971, Rosenfeld was
posted to Washington as a
State Department cor-
respondent for NBC. After
he left the network, he
returned to war reportage
for the last time as a special
correspondent for the Wash-
ington Post, covering the
Yom Kippur War and its
aftermath.
He also served for a time
as spokesman for Keren
Hayesod in Jerusalem.
In 1986, Mr. Rosenfeld
joined the nascent U.S.
Holocaust Memorial Muse-
urn in Washington, playing
a major role in its early
planning. He went on to
become a consultant to the
museum.

Victor Shiffman

Victor Shiffman, 91, of
Bloomfield Hills, died Oct. 20.
An account executive with
US Fastener Corporation, Mr.
Shiffman was a member of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek,
a board member of Shiffman
Foundation, a partner in Fort
Street Realty, a family
business, and a member of
Franklin Hills Country Club.
He leaves his wife, Alfrieda
"Freddy" Shiffman; daugh-
ters and a son-in-law, Susan
and Bruce Gershenson of
Franklin, Julie Shiffman of
Southfield; sisters, Sylvia
Ruskin of Southfield, Ethel
Caplan of Southfield; three
grandchildren.

Carrie Gerson

Carrie Hayden Gerson, 96,
of Southfield, died Oct. 19.
Mrs. Gerson was co-founder of
Myer's Jewelry Shop. She ran
the business until she retired
in 1976 at the age of 80. She
was a member of Temple Beth
El, Franklin Hills Country
Club and Hadassah.
She leaves sons and
daughters-in-law, Byron and
Dorothy of Franklin, Ramon
and Jeanne of Beverly Hills,
Calif.; five grandchildren;
four great-grandchildren.

- JEWISH
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 A.M. to
2 hrs. before Sabbath

WE REMEMBER

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.

TISHREI OCT.

TISHREI OCT.

Israel Grossman
Clara Sherizen
Edward Stork
Eva Rebecca Woterstone
Herman Weberrnon
Morris Paul Yompolsky
Anna Apple
Muriel Bennett
Menochem Hertz
Vito Levine
Dorothy Stewart
Dinah Superstine
Mary Totelboum
Choyoh S. Tugmon
Max D. Berent
Ida Bronstein
Richard Colby
Ida Freedman
Samuel Goodstein
Beatrice Morris
Bluma Rubin
Freda Sachs

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CHESHVAN

Simon Berman
Som Bernstein
Benjamin Eizelmon
Lena Gittlemon
Isadore Katz
Samuel Paul
Louis Shekel
Earl Sobole
Jack M. Citron
Samuel Wolf Furman
Louis Goldsmith
Louis I. Kramer
Libbie Schneider
Rebecca Siegel
Jacob Warner
Hyman Wexler
Max Morton Kosoff
Isaac Kotchke
Issue Richman
Sorino Rothbord

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Administration Office: 557-6750

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proposed founding a Jewish
state in 1838, half a century
before Theodor Herzl
published his famous book
Der Judenstaat (The Jewish
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