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July 07, 1995 - Image 126

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-07-07

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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.

TAMMUZ

Samuel Aronoff
Sol Nathan Bloch
Samuel Goren
Sarah Greenbaum
Sandor Grunwald
Jennie Levin
Som Morris Nelson
Sophia Soulson
Margaret Selik
Miriam Werzberger
Nathan Zobludovsky
Florence Eglar
Anna Ginsberg
Reba Gloss
Hyman Mondelboum
Jonas Morgenroth
Joe Rott
Sylvia Schneider
Celia Terebelo
Victor S. Axe!rood
Ruth Beck
Max Grat
Louis D. Grossman
Irvine Kleiff
Judith Kolender
Harry Linton
Max Neimork
Tchorne Schneider
Wolf Schneider
Morritz Schubiner
Harry Seaman
Riva Browns
Melly Cohen
Anna R. Eisenberg

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Harry Rose
Bertha Spinner
Aron Temchin
Samuel Gluck
Dorothy Goldstein
Leon Kersh
Ida Lowenstein
Pinchos Schwartz
Ida B. Shoyne
Elliott Dov Strom
Lena Waldman
Anna Celia Deor
Jospeh Freed
Seymour Gallant
Louis Jock Goldberg
Estelle Kaplan
Evo Levine
Fannie Markowitz
Hyman Milinsky
Rebecca Plotnick
Risha Gitel Rosen
Irving York
Sam Boesky
Aranko Breuer
George Wolter Fischer
Samuel R. Greenbaum
Helena Anna Helszewsko
Daniel I. Lambert
Joseph Bernard Raim
Dr. Morton Simon
Jean Stalrit
Isadore Morris Taylor
Nothon Unrot
Dave Weiner

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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26640 Greenfield Rd.
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(810) 543-1622
1-800-736-5033

THE DETROIT JEWISH NE WS

Three Generations of Caring

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TilEIRA

UfMAN

Morris Davidson

Morris Davidson, 75, died June 26. When Mr.
Davidson was 13, his family moved to the
Michigan collective communi-
ty known as Sunrise Farms;
their progressive philosophy
remained with him through
his life.
Mr. Davidson interrupted
his college career after two
years to serve in the army in
World War II. Then he accept-
ed a job with a cabinet making
firm. At the age of 40 he re-
signed that job and returned
to school. He earned a bache-
lor of arts in education, a mas-
ter of arts in psychology and a
doctor of psychology. He ac-
cepted a teaching position at
Oakland Communiuty College Morris Davidson

MORRIS J. BRANDWINE,
84, of Bingham Farms, died
June 29. Mr. Brandwine was
the former owner of Auto City
Oil Company. He was a member
of Congregation B'nai Moshe,
past president of Congregation
B'nai David, past president of
the Jewish National Fund, the
original founder of AIPAC in De-
troit and a past board member
of the United Hebrew Schools.
Mr. Brandwine was honored by
both Israel Bonds and the Jew-
ish National Fund and had a
forest named in his honor.
He is survived by his wife,
Tillie; daughter and son-in-law,
Lois and Hadar Granader of
Bloomfield Hills; sons and
daughter-in-law, Dr. Warren
and Beverly of Cherry Hill, N.J.,
Mark of Atlanta; grandchildren,
Brian, Robert and Jill Granader,
Eric, Joel, Cory and Alex Brand-
wine. Interment at Clover Hill
Park. Memorial contributions
may be directed to a charity of
one's choice. Arrangements by
the Ira Kaufman Chapel.

EDWARD 14 ELDIVIAN, 80, of
Oak Park, died June 29. Mr.
Feldman was the beloved hus-
band of the late Esther Feld-
man. He is survived by his
daughter, Iris Hope Feldman of
Southfield; nieces and nephews,
Ferah and Norman Tarockoff,
Dorothy and Leonard Bright-
man. Memorial contributions
may be directed to Hospice of
Southeastern Michigan. Ser-
vices and interment were held
at Hebrew Memorial Park
Cemetery. Arrangements
through Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

Directors of Funerals

18325 W. Nine Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075
Telephone (313) 569-0020
Outside Michigan 1-800-325-7105

Ira Kaufman
(1896-1986)

ROSE (HENDRICKS) FOX,
84, former Detroiter of Sunrise,
Fla., died June 22. Mrs. Fox
was the payroll comptroller for

and began a private counseling practice. He
later left the college to teach residents in the
family practice section of medi-
cine at Providence Hospital.
During this time he became ac-
tive with many social action
groups. He founded the metro
Detroit chapter of Psycholo-
gists for Social Responsibility
and remained an active mem-
ber until a year before his
death.
Dr. Davidson is survived by
his wife, May; children, Khaya
Davidson and Tetshin Liddy,
Tessa and Norman Britten-
ham; grandchildren, Matthew,
Amy, Kim Brittenham; great-
granddaughter, Rhye Tempest
Brittenham.

the city of Detroit for 30 years
before moving to Florida in
1976. She was a member of
Hadassah and ORT in Tama-
rac, Fla. Mrs. Fox was the wife
of the late Maxwell Fox. She is
survived by ber brother, Albert
Hendricks of Sunrise; sister-in-
law, Maurine Fox of Sunrise.
Graveside services were held at
the Star of David Memorial
Park in N. Ft. Lauderdale.
Arrangements by the Riverside
Gordon Memorial Chapel in
Tamarac.

DR. ALEX S. FRIEDLAEN-
DER, 83, of Bloomfield Hills,
died July 3. Dr. Freidlaender
was an allergist. In 1936, he
graduated from Wayne State
University Medical School and
in 1938, he received his mas-
ter's degree in pathology.
Dr. Freidlaender was a
founding member of Adat
Shalom Synagogue, past presi-
dent of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of Detroit and past chair-
man of the Balfour concerts. He
was also the past president and
founding member of the Ameri-
can Association of Clinical Im-
munology and Allergy and hon-
ored with its distinguished
service award in 1994. Dr. Frei-
dlaender was a clinical faculty
member of the Wayne State
University Medical School for
more than 50 years and chief of
allergy at Grace Hospital for
many years. He was also the
past president of the Michigan
Allergy Society; Fellow, Ameri-
can College of Physicians; Fel-
low, American College of Aller-
gists; member, American
Academy of Allergy and Ameri-
can College of Dermatology. Dr.
Friedlaender was a major in
the Army during World War II
and a member of Pefection
Lodge No. 486 F & AM. For 53

years, he was the beloved hus-
band of the late Eileen Fried-
laender. Dr. Friedlaender is
survived by his daughter and
son-in-law, Linda and Dr.
Charles Goss of West Bloom-
field; sons and daughters-in-
law, Dr. Gary and Linda of
Woodbridge, Conn., Howard
and Susan of West Bloomfield;
grandchildren, Laura, Tara and
Angie Goss, Eron, Ari, Beth,
David and Nicole Friedlaender;
brother and sister-in-law, Dr.
Sidney and Dorothy of
Gainesville, Fla.; sister and
brother-in-law, Sarah and
Bernard Stern of Muskegon. In-
terment at Adat Shalom Memo-
rial Park. Memorial contribu-
tions may be directed to a
charity of one's choice. Arrange-
ments by the Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

EILEEN B. FRIEDLAEN-
DER, 72, of Bloomfield Hills,
died June 28. Mrs. Friedlaen-
der was a founding member of
Adat Shalom Synagogue, Life
Master of the American Con-
tract Bridge League-Michigan
Bridge Association, past officer
of the Zionist Organization of
Detroit, past chairperson of
Balfour concert and the past
president of Womens Auxiliary
Maimonides Medical Society.
For 53 years, she was the
beloved wife of the late Dr. Alex
Friedlaender. Mrs. Friedlaen-
der is survived by her daughter
and son-in-law, Linda and Dr.
Charles Goss of West Bloom-
field; sons and daughters-in-
law, Dr. Gary and Linda of
Woodbridge, Conn., Howard
and Susan of West Bloomfield;
grandchildren, Laura, Tara and
Angie Goss, Eron, Ari, Beth,
David and Nicole Friedlaender;

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