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May 26, 1995 - Image 192

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-26

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We feel peace of mind and individual attention
should be a question of choice, not price.

in 1956, presented his inven-
tion to the American Medical
Association. In recognition of
his philanthropic donations, a
gerontology wing was named in
honor of Dr. Weston and his
wife at New Grace Hospital.
Dr. Weston was the beloved
husband of the late Molly
Salzenstein Weston. He is sur-
vived by his stepdaughter and
step-son-in-law, Barbara and
Lawrence Krohn; granchildren,
David Ettlinger and Jillian
Krohn; brother and sister-in-
law, Sol and Margaret Weis-
berger. Interment at Clover
Hill Park Cemetery. Memorial
contributions may be directed
to any Zionist organization.
Arrangements by the Ira Kauf-
man Chapel.

GERALDINE WINEMAN,
75, of Southfield, died May 22.
Mrs. Wineman was a social
worker for the Jewish Family
Service Adoption Division and
retired in 1985. She earned her
master's degree in social work
from Wayne State University
in 1942. Mrs. Wineman is sur-
vived by her husband, David;
sons, James and Steven; grand-
son, Eric. Interment at Mach-
pelah Cemetery. Memorial con-
tributions may be directed to
Alzheimers Disease and Relat-
ed Disorders, 17220 West 12
Mile Road, Suite 100, South-
field, MI 48076. Arrangements
by the Ira Kaufman Chapel.

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and Alan Dorfman
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notices of all funerals
they have handled to be
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News. Families whose
funeral has been handled
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should not contact the
paper to place an obitu-
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Those wishing to notify
the community of out-of-
town deaths, with a
Detroit connection, must
send in a typed, double-
spaced notice. Please
include a daytime phone
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additional information.
Single-spaced or hand-
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accepted.
Out-of-town obituaries
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week's issue. They can be
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Israeli Poet
Found Dead

Jerusalem (JTA) โ€” Israeli poet
David Avidan was found dead in
his Tel Aviv apartment.
Mr. Avidan suffered from asth-
ma, but the cause of death was
not immediately known.
Mr. Avidan, 61, was born in
Tel Aviv. He published more than
30 books of poetry, and his work
appeared in translation in inter-
national anthologies. Last year,
Mr. Avidan received the presti-
gious Bialik Poetry Award in Is-
rael.
An accomplished playwright
and screenwriter as well, Mr. Avi-
dan was known for his creative
use of the Hebrew language. He
wrote four short films, one of
which, Sex, was shown at a
Cannes Film Festival in the ear-
ly 1970s.
Mr. Avidan, a leader of the
modern generation of Israeli po-
ets, reportedly was unable to sup-
port himself financially. A June
1994 television report showed his
poor living conditions.

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New York (JTA) โ€” The govern-
ment of Belarus has assured vis-
iting Jewish leaders that the
country would not tolerate anti-
Semitism.
In a series of historic meetings,
President Alyadsandr Lukashen-
ka and Prime Minister Mikhail
Chigir also said that previously
Jewish-owned properties would
be returned to the Jewish corn-
munity.
If a specific site cannot be re-
turned, an alternative site will be
given in exchange, they said.
The Jewish delegation con-
sisted of leaders from the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations
and the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry.
The visit to Belarus was the
first stop of a mission that in-
cluded visits with government
and Jewish leaders in St. Pe-
tersburg and Moscow.
In Moscow, the group was
scheduled to meet with Russian
Foreign Minister Andrei Kozyrev.
In Belarus, the group met with
Leonid Levin, the head of the Be-
larussian Jewish community,
and the Israeli and American am-
bassadors to Belarus, Elie Valk.
and Kenneth Yalovitz.
Jewish leaders said they were
pleased with the talks in Belarus
and felt that much was accom-
plished, Malcolm Hoenlein, ex-
ecutive vice chairman of the
Conference of Presidents, said.

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AMERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY'

The Hebrew Benevolent Society

(Ches,ed Shel Emes)
will hold

MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES

Sunday, May 28th at 12:00 NOON

AT THE Veterans Section of their Cemetery

HEBREW MEMORIAL PARK

Gratiot Avenue at 14 Mile Road

with the participation of Jewish War Veterans
Department of Michigan and Women's Auxiliary.
CANTOR MAX SHIMANSKY of Congregation Beth
Achim will officiate. Families, Relatives and Friends
are invited to attend.
AVIE SHAPIRO
MEREL EPSTEIN
Secretary
President

MICHAEL BAUM
MURRAY A. RUBIN
SAMUEL P. HAVIS
DR. JEFFREY GOLDENBERG Trustees
Vice-President
RABBI BORUCH E. LEVIN
Executive Director
HAROLD GREENSPAN
MICHAEL I. HOCHHE1SER
Treasurer
Cemetery Administrator

TZVI S. SILVERSTEIN
Vice-President

ABRAHAM SELESNY
Cemetery Chairman

ELI J. KATZ
J.W.V. Co-Chairman

JACK SCHWARTZ
J.W.V. Chairman

THOMAS TANNIS
Chaplain

MILTON KLEIN
J.W.V. Dept. Commander

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