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April 30, 1993 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-04-30

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eaumont hospital from .
974-1980 and at Henry
ord Hospital from 1980-
986. He retired in 1986
d became an independent
ontractor from 1986 to the
resent. Dr. Rosenwach was
. life member of American
Medical Association,
ichigan State Medical
ociety, Oakland County
edical Society, American
ollege of Emergency
hysicians, a Fellow of the
merican Academy of
amily Physicians and an
norary emeritus associate
ff member of Henry Ford
spital.
e leaves daughters and
on-in-law; Dr. Anaruth
don of Ann Arbor, Joan
Mark Lohr of Newton,
s.. brother and sister-in-
, Wallace and Alice of
at Neck, N.Y.; sisters
► brother-in-law, Ruth
owitz of Palm Aire,
et and Arnold
derback of California;
r grandchildren.

aim Chajkin

's (JTA) — Rabbi Chaim
ajkin, spiritual leader of
Hokhmei Tzorfat yeshi-
in Aix-les-Bains, France,
ed last week at age 86.
Most of France's Jewish
ligious leaders received
eir ordination under
bbi Chajkin's tutelage.
Ray Chajkin, as he was
nown, was born in
ossova, Poland. He was a

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student of prominent Polish
rabbis, including Israel Meir
HaChoen — the "Chafetz
Chaim" — and Elchanan
Wasserman, founder of a
yeshiva in Baranowicze.
Friends and students of
the rabbi paid him their last
respects in front of the Rue
Payee Synagogue, in the
heart of Paris' old Jewish
quarter. Some 2,000 persons
attended the funeral,
including France's chief
rabbi, Joseph Sitruk.
The casket was then
flown to Israel, where Ray
Chajkin was buried in Bnai
Brak in the presence of •the
venerated Rav Eliezer
Schach.

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Serving the
entire
Detroit
Jewish
community
with dignity,
tradition and
compassion
since 1916.

Brown Returns
As U.S. Envoy

Jerusalem (JTA) — William
Harrop, the current U.S.
ambassador to Israel, is
scheduled to end his tour of
duty May 7 and will be
replaced on a temporary
basis by his predecessor,
William Brown, according to
sources here.
Mr. Brown, in turn, is ex-
pected to be replaced after a
few months by Reginald
Bartholomew, a former U.S.
ambassador to Lebanon and
currently U.S. ambassador
to NATO and special envoy
to the Balkans, according to
a report in the Yediot
Achronot newspaper.
In Washington, the State
Department confirmed Mr.
Harrop's departure and Mr.
Brown's temporary assign-
ment, but could not give an
exact date of the changeover.
'But it had no comment on
the expected appointment of
Mr. Bartholomew, whose
nomination would have to be
confirmed by the Senate.
Israeli reports said Mr.
Brown was expected to serve
here as an active ambas-
sador for only a few months,
until Mr. Bartholomew
takes over.
Mr. Brown, who speaks
fluent Hebrew, has served
two previous tours of duty
in Israel. Prior to becoming
ambassador in 1989, he
served as deputy chief of
mission under Ambassador
Samuel Lewis. Mr. Lewis,
who is now director of the
State Department's policy
planning team, was visit-
ing Israel this week.

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