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January 13, 1995 - Image 166

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-13

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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.

Mox Borth
Esther Waldman Ellis
Fonnie Faber
Morris Goodman
Bessie Hottzman
Shlomo Korbol
Meyer Minkin
Harry Schneider
Charles Weiss
William Wilner
Bernard Amhowifz
Molly Plotkin
Milton Mermell
Bello Schulman
Nathan Stahl
Fannie Zolenko Weinerman
Sam Zingeser -
Craig Evan Blecher
Rose Burstein
Solomon Cohen
Nathan Fine
Yossel Holbert
Philip Heitman
Lillian Lux
David H. Lynn
Ben Stein
Mina Wolmon
Rachel Berkowitz

SHEVAT

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SHEVAT

Herbert B. Bunin
Israel Glicklin
Morris Goldberg
Leo Kaufman
Molly Kobrin
Arthur E. Plotnick
Fronk Sears
Morris Sherman
Samuel Sherman
Fannie Smith
Bella Band
George X. Cobitz
Paul Fenton
William Greenstein
Esther Hecker
David Kaufman
Jacob Levin
Sadie Lichtenberg
Getto Moloch
Marie Nelson
Rose Longwold Tomorin
Rose Anna (Matz) Zeifman
Becky Efros
Mox Friedman
Sandra Karmazin
Ann Magid
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Mox C. Shiovitz

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Administration Office: 557-6750

YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH
SCHOOL FOR BOYS

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

Founded 1914

SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

14390 W. 10 Mile Road
Oak Park, Michigan 48237

"Continuing
to care from
generation to
generation..."

Rabbi Boruch E. Levin
Executive Director, H.B.S.

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

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Directors of Funerals • 18325 W. Nine Mile Road • Southfield: MI 48075

Telephone (810) 569-0020 • Outside Michigan 1-800-325-7105

Harriet Rapoport

Harriet Rapoport, 71, of Flori- Judi and Bradley Schram of
da and Farmington Hills, died West Bloomfield; son, Jeffrey of
Jan. 9. Mrs. Rapoport gradu- Farmington Hills; grandchil-
ated from Wayne State Uni- dren, Amy and Vicki Cole,
versity in 1945. She was an el- Zachary, Justin and Alison
ementary school teacher in Schram, Laura and Ilana
Detroit from 1945-1948 and a Rapoport and Mark and Kevin
substitute teacher in the South- Eaton; brother and sister-in-
field school district for many law, Abraham and Charlotte
years.
Burnstein of Southfield; sister
Mrs. Rapoport was a mem- and brother-in-law, Florence
ber of Congregation Beth
Shalom, a life member of the
Morganthau Chapter of B'nai
B'rith — a past president and
Woman of the Year in 1970 —
and was very involved with
B'nai B'rith's choral groups.
She was a volunteer for
Meals on Wheels of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women and George Karabenick of
and a PTA president for many Huntington Woods. Interment
years while her children were at Machpelah Cemetery.
in school.
Memorial contributions may be
She was the loving mother- directed to B'nai B'rith Women,
in-law of the late Kenneth 27116 Marshall, Southfield, MI
Eaton. She is survived by her 48076, C/O Marilyn Markel.
husband of 48 years, Fred; Arrangements by the Ira Kauf-
daughters and son-in-law, Lin- man Chapel.
da Eaton of Farmington Hills,

She greatly
enjoyed
teaching others.

NAOMI M. BLANT(E, 88, of
Southfield, died Jan. 6. Mrs.
Blanke was the beloved wife of
the late David Blanke. She is sur-
vived by her son and daughter-
in-law, Gerald and Marsha
Blanke of New Jersey; daughter
and son-in-law, Nancy and
Harold Josephson of West Bloom-
field; grandchildren, David
Blanke, Carrie Rae Blanke, Beth
Josephson, Alan Josephson and
Deanne Josephson; sister, Estelle
Mellen of Southfield. Interment
at Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
Arrangements by the Ira Kauf-
man Chapel.

JOSEPH E. DEUTELBAUM,
85, of Southfield, died Jan. 7. He
is survived by his beloved wife,
Gertrude; daughter, Debra Ann
of Birmingham; sister, Rose
Hirsch of Mill Valley, Calif.;
brothers-in-law, Ed Rossman and
Gerry Rossman. Contributions
may be made to JARC or Hospice
of Southeastern Michigan. Ser-
vices were held at Machpelah
Cemetery Chapel in Ferndale fol-
lowed by interment. Arrange-
ments by Dorfman Funeral Di-
rection.

grandchildren, Richard and Re-
becca, Douglas and Lauri, Robert
and Amy; great-grandchildren,
Amanda and Emily. Graveside
services were held at Adat
Shalom Memorial Park Ceme-
tery in Livonia. Contributions
may be made to the Anti-
Defamation League, Suite 420,
4000 Town Center, Southfield,
MI 48075, or a charity of one's
choice. Arranghements by the
Dorfman Funeral Direction.

VERA GLUCKSON, 88, of c'
Pittsburgh, died Jan. 3. She was
the beloved wife of the late Ed-
ward Gluckson and the grand-
mother of the late David Gluck-
son. She is survived by her sons,
Fred of Waterford, Paul of Pitts-
burgh; grandchildren, Jeffrey,
Lynda, Michele, Ariel; sister,
Anna Leff of Pittsburgh. Inter-
ment in Pittsburgh. Contribu-
tions may be made to Alzheimer's
Association or to a charity of one's
choice.

HENRY HERTZBERG, 81, of
Farmington Hills, died Jan. 8. He
was a past master of Perfection
Mosaic Lodge. He is survived by
his wife, Gertrude; son, David A.
of Detroit; daughter and son-in-
law, Ronna and Dr. Robert
Resnick of Ashville, N.C.; sister,
Evelyn Star-man of Farmington
Hills; grandchild, Vanessa. In-
terment at Adat Shalom Memo-
rial Park; arrangements by He-
brew Memorial Chapel.

JOSEPH HOLTZ, 83, of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla., died Jan. 5. He
is survived by daughters and
sons-in-law, Dorothy and Michael
McNally of Dearborn, Joyce and
Don Harris of Livonia, Bonnie
and Gerry Eichstedt of Phoenix,
Ariz.; brother and sister-in-law,
SALLY FIELDMAN, 87, of Oak Abraham and Helen of South-
Park, died Jan. 4. She is survived field; sister and brother-in-law,
by her husband, Abram; sons, Helen and Bernard Weisberg of
ROSALYN BLOCH, 64, of and daughter-in-law, Joseph of Franklin; grandchildren, Bruce
Bloomfield Hills, died Jan. 8. Ms. Farmington Hills, Eldon and (Sherrie) Burt, Madonna Mc-
Bloch was a member of Temple Gari of Sandusky, Ohio; sister Nally, Melissa (Kevin) Renko,
Beth El where she was a first and brother-in-law, Pauline and Mark Kearis, Douglas (Theresa)
grade teacher for 46 years, year- Harry Weiner of Florida; grand- Burt, Bryan (Amy) Kearis; great-
book photographer, and she cre- children, Marla and Tom Mc- grandson, Joshua Joseph Kearis.
ated and was responsible for Graw, Brian Fieldman, Mickey Contributions may be made to
many innovative programs. Ms. Malo, Elaine and Mark Sims; two Michiagn Kidney Foundation or
Bloch also taught at the Detroit great-grandchildren. Contribu- a charity of one's choice. Arrange-
Public Schools for 25 years and tions to Leader Dogs for the ments by Dorfman Funeral Di-
was a member of Temple Shir Blind, Rochester, Mich., would rection.
Shalom. She is survived by her be appreciated. Interment at
brothers and sisters, brothers-in- Adat Shalom Memorial Park; PHILIP KAY, 90, of Southfield,
law and sisters-in-law, Dr. arrangements by Hebrew Memo- died Jan. 4. Mr. Kay was a truck-
ing executive and was the former
Harold and Janet Bloch of South- rial Chapel.
owner of Kay Cartage Company,
field, Dr. Bernard and Joan Bloch
of California, Mrs. Miriam Kauf- SAMUEL G. FREEDMAN, 88, a trucking and rigging company.
man of Florida, Dorothy and Dr. of Southfield, died Jan. 8. He was He was the beloved husband of
Seymour Rapp of Bloomfield the beloved husband of the late the late Yetta Kay. He is survived
Hills and Louis "Lucky" and Flo Emma. He is survived by his sons by his sons and daughters-in-law,
Bloch of Farmington Hills. In- and daughters-in-law, Gerald A. Jack and Lillian of Southfield,
terment at Machpelah Cemetery. and Carol of Farmington Hills, Daniel and Harriet of Akron,
Memorial contributions may be Stuart G. and Paulette of West Ohio; daughters and sons-in-law,
directed to the Temple Shir Bloomfield; brothers and sister- Dolores and Norman Gladstone
Shalom Building Fund, 5642 in-law, Sol of Southfield, Murray of Southfield, Sally and Harry
Maple, West Bloomfield, MI of West Palm Beach, Fla., Hy and Weisman of Walled Lake; 13
48322. Arrangements by the Ira Ruth of Virginia Beach, Va.; sis- grandchildren; 18 great-grand-
Kaufman Chapel.
ter, Ann Markman of Oak Park; OBITS page 132

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