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January 07, 1994 - Image 152

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-07

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BUY A CASE OF FOOD TO
HELP FEED THE JEWISH
HUNGRY.

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Use this coupon to help feed the Jewish hungry.
YAD EZRA will use your donations to purchase cases
of food and distribute them to our neighbors in need.

❑ 1 case chicken (54 lbs.)

$80.00

❑ 1/2 case chicken (27 lbs)

$40.00

❑ 1 case 27 oz. canned gefilte fish (12 per case)

$39.00

❑ 1 case 18 oz. Quaker oatmeal (24 per case)
❑ 1 case 6.5 oz. tuna in water (48 per case)

$30.00

❑ 1 case 15 oz. tomato sauce (48 per case)

$25.50

$37.00

❑ 1 case 18 oz. creamy peanut butter (12 per case)

$21.00

❑ 1 case 16 oz. thin spaghetti (20 per case)

$18.00

❑ 1 case 16 oz. rice (24 per case)

$13.33

❑ 1 nutritious food package for family of four

$50.00

YOUR CONTRIBUTION IS ELIGIBLE FOR A 50% MICHIGAN TAX CREDIT.

(subject to certain limitations)

Enclosed is my check in the amount of $
for
cases of food as a tax deductible contribution
to YAD EZRA to help feed the Jewish hungry.

Name:

Fact is, more Americans
may die by the fork than by
any other weapon. That's
because so many of them
use it irresponsibly. Like
to fill up on high-fat, high-
cholesterol foods. Foods
that can load the blood with
cholesterol, which can build
up plaque in their arteries,
increasing their risk of
heart attacks and threaten-
ing their lives. So next time
you pick up a fork, remem-
ber to handle it as you
would any other weapon.
For self-defense, not
self-destruction.

Obituaries

OBITUARIES page 118

vived by a son and daughter-in-
law, Dr. Milton and Barbara of
Bloomfield Hills; daughter-in-
law, Arden Stern; 10 grand-
children.

HYMAN SWEET, 88, of West
Bloomfield, died Jan. 1. He is
survived by his wife, Dorothy;
daughters and sons-in-law,
Ilene and Benjamin Monast,
Beverly and Ralph Woronoff,
both of West Bloomfield; sisters
and brothers -in-law, Sarah and
Harry Friedman of Oak Park,
Grace and Harry Galens of
Southfield; six grandchildren;
four great-grandchildren.

GOLDIE YORKE, 95, of
Southfield, died Jan. 3. She is
survived by a son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Leon and Florence
Yorke of Southfield; two grand-
children; three great-grand-
children.

FANNIE ZOLOTOW, 70, of
Southfield, died Dec. 31. She
leaves her many friends who
cared for her at Jewish Voca-
tional Services. ❑

Marshall Meyer

American Heart
Association

Address .

WERE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

City/State/Zip•

Area Code & Phone .

Make checks payable and mail to:
YAD EZRA
26641 Harding, Oak Park, MI 48237

Tributes and Memorials Available • For more information, call:

YAD EZRA • (810) 548-FOOD (548-3663)

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Send a tray of candy, nuts & fruit.

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THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE PUBLISHER

Rabbi Meyer, a native of
Brooklyn, was raised in Nor-
wich, Conn. He attended Dart-
mouth College, Columbia Uni-
versity and Hebrew University
in Jerusalem and received his
rabbinical ordination in 1958
from the Jewish Theological
Seminary.
A one-time personal secre-
tary of Rabbi Abraham Joshua
Heschel, he also served as spe-
cial counsel to the chancellor of
JTS. In recent years, he taught
religion at both Yale and Har-
vard universities.
Rabbi Meyer hosted Jewish-
Palestinian dialogues at the
synagogue, often having a
Palestinian speaker at Satur-
day morning services.
He also got involved in the is-
sue of sanctuary for Central
American refugees and in the
battle to combat homelessness.
Rabbi Meyer went to
Argentina in 1959, where he
initially had a position as an as-
sistant rabbi in a German Jew-
ish synagogue in Buenos Aires.
In 1962, he founded the Rab-
binical Seminary for Latin
America, the only Conservative
rabbinical seminary in Latin
America. He served as the in-
stitution's rector.
Between his careers in
Buenos Aires and New York,
Rabbi Meyer served for a year
as vice president of the Univer-
sity of Judaism in Los Angeles,
the West Coast branch of JTS.

New York (JTA) — Marshall
Meyer, a Conservative rabbi
who championed human rights
causes in both Buenos Aires
and New York, died at New
York Hospital.
The 63-year-old rabbi suf-
fered from liver cancer and had
recently undergone surgery in
an unsuccessful attempt to
stem the illness.
Rabbi Meyer involved him-
self in progressive and some-
times controversial causes. He
energized Jewish religious life
and human rights activities in
the Argentine capital, where he
served for 25 years, and then at
Congregation B'nai Jeshurun
on Manhattan's Upper West
Side.

Bernardo Luchtan, 85, of Hunt-
ington Woods, died Jan. 3. He
was the former owner of a retail
grocery store, member of Pis-
gah Lodge B'nai B'rith, volun-
teer of the year of the senior
adult group at Jewish Commu-
nity Center 1978 and 1980 and
led the high holiday services for
17 years at Oak Park Jewish
Community Center.
He leaves his wife, Fannie of
Huntington Woods; daughter,
Adele Silver of Southfield; son
and daughter-in-law, Albert
and Judith of Gainesville, Ga.;
seven grandchildren; four great-
grandchildren.

Allen Steinman

Allen E. Steinman, 75, former
Detroiter of Florida, died Dec.
22. Mr. Steinman came to De-
troit from Minnesota in 1941.
He started a wholesale business
which eventually became Walk-
er International, one of the ma-
jor sporting goods importers
and manufacturers of fishing
rods in the United States. He
retired in 1975 and bought a
home in Key West, Fla.
He is survived by his wife,
Shirlee; sons, Edward and Neil.
Interment in Florida.

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