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September 02, 1994 - Image 242

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-02

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WE REMEMBER

During the coming week Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will observe the
yahrtzeits of the following departed friends, with the traditional
memorial prayer, recitation of kaddish and studying of mishnayos.

Michael Goldman
Alice Karp
Seymour Katcher
Chernio Knoppow
Harold Metier
Ruth Moskovitz
Norma Akio Shoemaker
Anna Wrotslovsky
Margaret Yellin
Hilda Pauline Yorke
Minnie Dinkin
Eva Glaser
Abraham Ubowsky
Jacob Migdal
Ida Nosonchuk
Jessie Novitz
Harry Shulman
Meyer Harry Surowitz
Saul Tarnopol

Brocho Burkow
Foygo Burkow
Nochum Burkow
Mortis Eten
Gertrude Ernst
Donald J. Levitin
Samuel Peoristein
Sarah Rubinstein
Solomon Sidder
Abrohcrn Z. Tugman
Jacob Zack
Mordechai Alexander
David Brill
Mary Cohen
Mary Falk
Mary Greenbaum
John Hayman
Aoron Lompke
IdaC. Miller
Aaron Nosonchuck
Samuel Skolnick
Rose Speyer

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ELUL

Mollie Totelboum
Daniel Temchin
Harold Abel
Morris Ausubel
Mr. Boyttch
Joseph Samuel Berlin
Isadore Cohen
Irving Eisenmon
Jacob Goldman
Martin Goldsmith
Benjamin Goldstein
Joseph Guterman
Harry Kobe
Isadore Levine
Mordechal Lewis
Anne Weisswasser
Goldie Rachel Yellin
Rose Ida Zockem
Molly Zelikowitz
Lily L. Brod
Lillie Drochetz
!soak Hess
Rose Margulies
Fanny Silber
Leah Stern
Nettie Zack
Senna Abelove
Rivo Abramovitz
Bella Boesky
Abraham Chaikin
Murray Phelps Greenblatt
Pincus Hendler
Aaron Kantor
Harold Michael Levltsky
Samuel Mendelsohn
Sarah Orechkin
Max Potik
Ruben Sher
David Short
Joseph Silverstein
Vera Weis
Samuel Judah Wiener

Obituaries

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SCHOOL FOR BOYS

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Managing Funeral Director

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with dignity, tradition and
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Compassion and Service

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Directors of Funerals • 18325 W. Nine Mile Road • Southfield, MI 48075
Telephone (3 i3) 569-0020 • Outside Michixon 1-800-325-7105

Yehoshafat Harkabl

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Yehoshafat
Harkabi, a former intelligence
chief of the Israel Defense
Forces and one of the country's
premier specialists on the Arab-
Israeli conflict, died last week
at the age of 72.
He had been admitted to
Hadassah Hospital in
Jerusalem a few months ago, at
his own request, when he was
diagnosed with terminal bone
cancer.
An acclaimed authority on
Middle Eastern affairs and a
professor of international rela-
tions at the Hebrew Universi-
ty, Mr. Harkabi, popularly
known by his nickname "Fatti,"
was adviser to several prime
ministers, including Yitzhak
Rabin and the late Menachem
Begin.

RACHEL ALPERT, 95, of Oak
Park, died Aug. 23. She is sur-
vived by her son, David of Oak
Park; three grandchildren, He-
len (Robert) Leider; Tina (Ed-
ward) McGough;Steven Held;
two great-grandchildren, Becca
and Joanie. Arrangements by-
Dorfman Fueral Direction.

SEYMOUR S. AVERS, 71, of
Chesterfield, Mich., died Aug. 29.
He is survived by son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Ronald and Debi of
Chesterfield; daughter and son-
in-law, Judy and Edward Resch-
ka of Auburn Hills; step-children,
Roger and Deana Paskow, Keith
and Ginny Paskow, Pat and Wal-
ly Durbin; brother, Bernie; step-
brothers and sisters-in-law,Bob
and Elaine Mangen, Larry and
Carol Mangen; grandchildren,
Jason and Misty Reschka, Tri-
cia, Susan, Donna and David
Paskow, Sam, Ben and Jessica
Durbin; cousin, Chuch Lieber-
man. Services held at Hebrew
Memorial Park through Hebrew
Memorial Chapel. Donations to
any charity of your choice.

ROSE FRANCES ET-
TINGER, 85, of Fenton, died
Aug. 27. Wife of the late Adolph,

A third-generation Israeli,
Mr. Harkabi was born in Haifa.
He won the prestigious Israel
Prize last year for his writings
on the Middle East.
He had a checkered military
career, beginning in 1947 when
he commanded a company of
students for the Palmach, Is-
rael's pre-state army.
In 1949, he was a member of
the Israeli delegation to the
Rhodes talks negotiating cease-
fire agreements with Jordan
and Egypt. During that period
he made a secret visit to Jordan
with the late Moshe Dayan.
A decade later he was forced
to step down as army intelli-
gence chief, as a result of a mis-
taken military call-up broadcast
over Israel Radio.
He then switched from a mil-
itary to an academic career, fo-
cusing on philosophy and his-
tory, particularly the history of
the Arab-Israeli conflict.
In 1969, Mr. Harkabi was the
first to translate the Palestine
National Covenant, the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization's
charter that called for the de-
struction of Israel and the ex-
pulsion of all Jews who had
come here after the state was
established.
He became even more out-
spoken about withdrawal from
the territories following the out-
break of the Palestinian upris-
ing, or intifada, in 1987.

of Stage Delicatessan in Oak
Park in 1962; as of 1982, it is
known as Stage & Co. in West
Bloomfield. a member of Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek, Mr.
Goldberg was also a past vice
president of Children's Leukemia
Foundation of Michigan.
He graduated from Detroit
Central High School and served
in the Aleutions during World
War II.
He leaves his wife, Harriet;
daughters and sons-in-law,
Sheila and Barry Levine of West
Bloomfield, Diane and Patrick
Thomas of Chicago; son and
daughter-in-law, Steven and Lisa
Goldberg of West Bloomfield;
grandchildren, Sandy and Jor-
dan Levine and Perry and Ivan
Moore; brother, Rudy Goldberg
of Southfield; sister, Rose
Surowitz of Florida.
Memorial contributions may (
be made to Hospice of South-
eastern Michigan, 16250 North-
land Drive, #212, Southfield, MI
48075 or to the children's
Leukemia Foundation of Michi-
gan, 19022 West 10 Mile Road,
Southfield, MI 48075. Services
were held at the Ira Kaufman
Chapel followed by burial at
Clover Hill Park Cemetery.

MYRA GROSS, 66, of Las Ve-
gas, Nev., formerly of Detroit,
died Aug. 24. She leaves her hus-
band, Jack; sons and daughter-
in-law, Neil Zussman and Cathy
Whinnery of Berkeley, Calif.,
Warren Zussman of Baltimore;
daughters adn sons-in-law, Gail
Zussman and John Dobbins of
Ithica, N.Y., Susan Zussman and
Jeff Landis of West Bloomfield;
son, Martin Gross of Royal Oak;
she leaves her daughter and son- daughter and son-in-law, Jamie
in-law, barbara and Dr. Paul and Brian Lipson of Chicago; sis-
Goodman of Huntington Woods; ter, Harriett Zang. Services were
daughter, Cookie Frenkel of held in Las Vegas.
Southfield; grandchildren, Jef-
frey and Molly Goodman,Phillip SOL HAIVIMERSTEIN, 86, of
and Betty Goodman and Martin Southfield, died Aug. 25. Mr.
Frenkel; great-grandchildren, Hammerstein was a pharmacist
Ryan, Sophie, Zachary and Adam and owner of Hammerstein
Goodman; brother and sister-in- Drugs which he started with his
law, Oscar and Jeanette Cook of brother Sam during the Depres-
Farminton Hills. Memorial con- sion.
tributions should be made to Con-
He was a member of the Aes-
gregation Beth Shalom, 14601 cupalians Society, Louis Stone
Lincoln, Oak Park, MI 48237. Lodge of B'nai B'rith, Perfection
Services were held at the Ira Lodge of the Masons, Adat
Kaufman Chapel followed by bur- Shalom Men's Club, Michigan
ial at Adat Shalom Memorial Pharmacist Association. Mr.
Park.
Hammerstein belonged to Adat
Shalom Synagogue for over 30
ANNA FAUST, 91, of Southfield, years and was a member of the
died Aug. 14. Wife of the late Masonic Organization; he also
Abraham, she leaves her daugh- was a shriner.
ter and son-in-law, Selma and
He leaves his wife, Rosamond;
Melvin Ladenhaim of Farminton daughters and sons-in-law, Don-
Hills; son and daughter-in-law, na and Bob Buch of Laguna Hills,
Jack and Linda Faust of Seal Calif., Susan and Gerald Lobel of
Beach, Calif.; four grandchildren; West Bloomfield; grandchildren,
four great-grandchildren. Ser- Amy and Chris Ditulio, Shari and
vices and burial were in Elmont, Peter Dill, Gary and Steven Lo-
New York.
bel, Bradley and Melissa Ham-
merstein; great-grandchild, An-
JACK "JAKE" GOLDBERG, drea Dill. Services were held at
73, of West Bloomfield, died Aug. the Ira Kaufman Chapel followed
26. Mr. Goldberg was the founder OBITS page
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