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November 10, 1995 - Image 174

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-11-10

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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.

CHESHVAN

NOV.

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Altet Farber
David Feldstein
Celia Frank-Eckert
Jacob Lesser
Sarah Miller
Dr. Leo Orecklin
Ida Rothenberg
Harry Stein
Norma Weinger
Lena Zoger
Luba Becker
Morris Binder
Bessie Horwitz
Evo Nachman
Mary Mendelsohn Sherman
David Sirota
Cy Aaron
Martin Amhowitz
Harry Cohen
Roy Gellman
Arthur Jaffin
Jules Kamen
Samuel J. Moxman
Ida Miller
Morris Rosenthal
Marin Segal
Harry David Switzer
Meyer Brodsky
Lillian Cahn
Israel Cohen
Mox. H. Cohen
Mina Foss
Louis Harris

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Sadie Bienenfeld Haut
Jacob M. Horowitz
Rose Leah Kramer
Belle Ida Pearson
Molly Seligson
Dorothy Sosnick
Albert Vexler
Bessie Dinkin
Elke Eisenberg
Hugo Iczkovitz
Lazer Lazar
Esther Nosonchuk
Salty Raab
Kevin Joy Spitz
Belle Waterstone
Joke Bogglemon
Jennie Berkower
Rose Blotnick
Jerry Eaton
Benjamin Garfield
Betty Goldin
Nathan Goldstein
Tillie Grossman
Isadore Weingarden
Max Bednorsh
Fannie Davidson
Isaac Moloch
Irving Mudrick
Dora Plotkin
Mary Riskin
Irving Slutsky
William Stein
Herman Zold

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Administration Office: 557-6750

YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH
SCHOOL FOR BOYS

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

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Founded 1914

SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

14390 W. 10 Mile Road
Oak Park, Michigan 48237

flexibiliN to Meet
" Your Nubs

We know from our faith that
funerals are intended to bring
honor, dignity and respect to
the departed. These rites from
our heritage should also assist
friends and family in beginning
their healing process.

Combining the rich traditions
of our Jewish heritage with
sensitivity and flexibility to
meet the individual needs of
families.

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For compassionate assistance
in a time of need, please call
(810) 543-1622.

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Hebrew Memorial Chapel

26640 Greenfield Rd., Oak Park, MI 48237

Three Generations of Caring

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

Ira kat tfinan
(1.896-1986)

Florence Hermelin:
A Loving Matriarch

Florence Shiffman Hermelin, 93, of Southfield,
died Nov. 1. In 1933-34 she set up the Florence
Silk Shop on Jos. Campau in Hamtramck; she
retired in 1953.
In retirement, she became a homemaker
while her husband, Joseph D. Shiffman, re-
mained active in real estate until he died in
1967. More than 26 years ago,
she married widower Irving
Hermelin.
Last year, Mrs. Hermelin
visited the White House, where
Hillary Rodham Clinton knew
her by name. "She was inter-
generational ... in this day of
fleeting relationships, she was
a symbol of stability," said
David Hermelin.
Mrs. Hermelin was a long-
time member and supporter of
local and Israeli charities. She
was a life member of Hadas-
sah, National Council of Jew- Florence Hermelin
ish Women and Pioneer
Women.
In 1979, the Jewish Theological Seminary of
America gave the Hermelins its National
Award for Community Service. Israel Bonds
made a similar award in 1982. The couple es-
tablished scholarships for the international Or-
ganization for Rehabilitation through Train-
ing and for Boys Town Jerusalem.

DR. IRVING S. BERN-
STEIN, 82, of West Bloom-
field, died Nov. 5. His family
settled in Flint and he later at-
tended Northwestern Universi-
ty in Chicago from which he re-
ceived his bachelor of science
and doctor of dental surgery
degrees.
Dr. Bernstein served in the
U.S. Army as a company com-
mander of the 185th station
hospital and commander of the
435th portable surgical hospi-
tal in New Guinea. He received
three Bronze Stars and a South
Pacific Medal Award Ribbon.
After the war, he opened a
dental office in Clio and was at
that location for 50 years. He
was a member of the Clio Ro-
tary and served as its president
and song leader. He was a
member of B'nai B'rith in Flint
and the B'nai B'rith Detroit
Oakland County Chapter. His
synagogue affiliations included
Congregation Beth Israel,
Flint, and Congregation Beth
Shalom, Oak Park.
His professional affiliations
included the American Dental
Association, Michigan State
Dental Association, Genesee
County Dental Society and the
Alpha Omega International
Dental Fraternity.

She was a longtime member of Adat Shalom
Synagogue and Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
Mrs. Hermelin is survived by her husband,
Irving; sons and daughters-in-law, Dr. Milton
and Louis Shiffman of West Bloomfield, David
and Doreen Hermelin of Bingham Farms;
daughters and son-in-law, Terran Shiffman
Leemis and Roger Leemis of
Bloomfield Hills, Henrietta Her-
melin Weinberg; grandchildren,
Gary and Lisa Shiffman, Au-
drey Shiffman and Peter Lang-
maid of Seattle, Wash., Gail and
Mark Hennes, Marcie and
Robert Orley, Karen Hermelin
of Los Angeles, Brian and Jen-
nifer Herrnelin, Julie Hermelin
of Los Angeles, Francine Her-
melin of New York, Jennifer
and Rachel Leemis, Lisa Wein-
berg, Aaron Weinberg of Los
Angeles, Miriam (Mia) Wein-
berg, Matthew Weinberg of Los
Angeles; great-grandchildren,
Matthew, Alex and Adam Shiff-
man, Elizabeth and Jessica Langmaid, Rina,
Asher and Gila Hennes, Matthew, Alex, Jason
and Olivia Rose Orley and Mason Weinberg.
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial Park.
Contributions may be directed to a charity of
one's choice. Arrangements by the Ira Kauf-
man Chapel.

In addition, Dr. Bernstein
Calkins, Flint, MI 48504.
was one of the founders of the
Arrangements by the Ira Kauf-
Jerusalem Dental School and a man Chapel.
founder of the Tel Aviv Dental
School which honored his first
ROSE DEUTELBAUM, 88, of
wife and his brother.
West Bloomfield, died Nov. 6.
Dr. Bernstein was the
Mrs. Deutelbaum was the
beloved husband of the late
beloved wife of the late Max
Pauline Meyerson Bernstein
Deutelbaum. She is survived
and the dear brother of the late by her daughter and son-in-
Dr. Morton Bernstein. He is
law, Sylvia and Leonard Rouff
survived by his wife, Leonore
of West Bloomfield; son and
Blumenthal Bernstein; sons
daughter-in-law, Marshall and
and daughter-in-law, David of
Joyce Deutelbaum of West
Flint, Dr. Daniel and Janice of Lafayette, Ind.; grandchildren,
Charlotte, N.C.; daughters and Douglas and Karen Rouff,
sons-in-law, Harriet and Rev.
David and Linda Rouff, Julie
Samuel Semp of Southfield,
and Mitchell Phillips, Gregory
Lee and Jeron Frank of Win-
Deutelbaum; six great-grand-
netka, Ill., Merrick and Eliza-
children; brother, Mickey Lowy
beth Blumenthal of Bloomfield
of Israel; sisters, Elisabeth
Hills, Susan Merrick of West
Klein of Israel, Margaret
Bloomfield; grandchildren,
Krampfner of Israel. Interment
Peninah, Devorah and Ari
at Adat Shalom Memorial
Semp, Bethany and Rayna
Park. Contributions may be di-
Bernstein, Marissa and
rected to the charity of one's
Michael Blumenthal.
choice.
Interment at Machpelah
Cemetery in Flint. Contribu-
JOSEPH FOSTER, 87, of
tions may be directed to the
Sterling Heights, died Nov. 2.
American Heart Association,
Mr. Foster was a tailor. He was
16310 West 12 Mile Road,
the beloved husband of the late
Southfield, MI 48076; Ameri-
Rose Foster. Mr. Foster is sur-
can Cancer Society, 29350
vived by his son and daughter-
Southfield Road, Suite 110,
in-law, Norman and Madeline
Southfield, MI 48076; or Con-
Foster of Bloomfield Hills;
gregation Beth Israel, 5240
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