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July 19, 1996 - Image 168

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-07-19

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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.

Katie Glicklin
Lena Miriam Lieberman
Bernard Morkofsky
David Sherman
Ralph Slootsky
Aaron Yompo!sky
Sam Yonchoir
Max Feldman
William Milton Fleisher
Morris Green
Helen Koelner
Israel Hirsh Mason
Harry Overton
Anna Spears
Minnie Weberman
Annie Kelmonovitz
Esther Marcus
Gertrude Marks
Anna Weisberg
Bertha Weisser
Louis Baggleman
Phillip Gerald Eizen
Millie Franovitz
Julius Freedman
Max Graff
Morton Keller
Victor A. Mollis

AV

JULY

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Sophie Pfeiffer
Eva Wasserman
Avrohom Moshe Applebaum
Chaim Cohen
Mollie Feder
Isaac Gendelman
Devoroh Hayman
David Keller
Amolio Lebovics
Yisroel Moshe Levinson & Family
Max Louis Roberts
Murray Jacob Roth
Louis Semonsky
Rose Solomon
David M. Dana
Isadore Diamond
Marion Eizen
Shea Gold
Max Isaacson
Charles Kogan
Jacob Kominars
Frances Rudolph
Rebecca Watnick
Louis I. Weber
Alice Cohen
Mox Gelles
Nathan Kaufman
Charles Mihaly

8

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Founded 1914

Administration Office: 557-6750

OBIT page 155

survived by her son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Jack and Margie of
Davie, Fla.; daughter and son-
in-law, Roberta and Jerry Malin
of West Bloomfield; grandchil-
dren, Jeffrey and Alissa San-
dler, Cari Sandler and William
Skrinner, Lori and Bruce Fried-
man, Alan Keystone, Dennis
Malin; great-grandson, Samuel
Friedman.
Interment at Machpelah
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to Hadassah, 5030 Or-
chard Lake Road, West Bloom-
field, MI 48323.

RIVA KHASKILEVNA, 69, of

SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH
SCHOOL FOR BOYS

14390 W. 10 Mile Road
Oak Park, Michigan 48237

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

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Honor in Menioni

Yahrtzeit reminders are sent
out by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel each year near the
anniversary of the passing of
friends and loved ones. This
service is available at no charge
to any one who requests it.

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Oak Park, died July 12. She was
the beloved wife of the late
Naum. She is survived by her
son and daughter-in-law, Ilye
and Yanna of Oak Park; brother
and sister-in-law, Alexander
and Anna Epshteyn of West
Bloomfield; grabnddaughter,
Sandra.
Services were held at Hebrew
Memorial Chapel; interment at
Hebrew Memorial Park.

DIANE I. KROSNICK, 56, of

Southfield, died July 9. She is
survived by her husband, Mor-
ton; sons and daughter-in-law,
Robert of Southfield, Richard
and Debbie of Deerfield, Ill.;
daughter and son-in-law, Alisa
and Greg Bowman of Rochester
Hills; parents, George and Mol-
lie Fisher of Oak Park; sister
and brother-in-law, Joyce and
Alan Kaczander of West Bloom-
field; granddaughter, Jessica
Bowman.
Contributions may be made
to Gilda's Club, 31000 North-
western Hwy., Ste. 200, Farm-
ington Hills, MI 48334. Services
at Hebrew Memorial Chapel; in-
terment at Hebrew Memorial
Park.

SAUL LEVIN, 66, of Oak Park,

died July 9. Mr. Levin graduat-
ed from Central High School, re-
ceived his undergraduate degree
from Wayne State University
and was an honors graduate of
the Wayne Law School. He was
a U.S. Army veteran. He was a
member of the Israeli bar and
had worked as an attorney for
the Israeli government. He prac-
ticed law in Michigan for 39
years. Mr. Levin was a member
of Congregation Mishkan Israel
and a follower of the Lubavitch
movement.
He is survived by his wife,
Natalie; children, Zoe and David
Fontek of Brooklyn, N.Y.; grand-
daughter, Meryl Sara; sisters
and brothers-in-law, Alice and
Myer Mandelbaum of Oak Park,
Betty and David Lefko of Thou-
sand Oaks, Calif; father-in-law,
David Ackerman; sister-in-law
and brother-in-law, Valerie and
Clive Lews of London, England.
Contributions may be made
to a charity of one's choice. Ser-

vices at Hebrew Memorial
Chapel; interment at Beth
Yehudah Cemetery.

and interment at Hebrew
Memorial Park; arrangements
by Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

MITCHELL D. MARKS, for-

DR. ALBERT ROSENTHAL,

73, of Oak Park, died July 10.
Dr. Rosenthal was an obstetri-
cian and gynecologist who prac-
ticed out of Grace Hospital and
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had offices in Livonia. Prior to
medical school, Dr. Rosenthal
was a graduate of Lawrence
Technical Institute. He graduat-
ed from University of Western
Ontario Medical School in 1951
and was an assistant clinical
professor at Wayne State Uni-
JOE MEDWED, 74, of Farm-
versity. Dr. Rosenthal was also a
ington Hills, died July 10. He is
full- time teacher and head of
survived by his wife, Elaine;
the resident program for OB-
sons and daughters-in-law,
GYN at Grace Hospital and was
Gary of Washington, D.C., Don-
a member of Wayne County
ald of Michigan, Bryan and
Medical Society and the Resi-
Ilene of Israel, David and Risa
Krohn of Newton, Mass.; daugh- dents Society at Grace Hospital.
Dr. Rosenthal is survived by
ters and sons-in-law, Barbara
his wife, Dr. Rhoda Rosenthal;
and Dani Mizrav of Israel, Judy
daughter and son-in-law, Janice e\
and Jim Landau of Linwood,
and Moddy Bonney of West
N.J., Janet Cline of Peabody,
Bloomfield; grandchildren, Ben-
Mass., Debbie and Randy
jamin and David Bonney; broth-
Spiegel of Toronto; brother, Abe
er and sister-in-law, Dr. Saul
of Detroit; grandchildren,
Gabrielle, Kali, Ma, Isak, Ches- and Carol Rose of Scottsdale,
Ariz.; sisters and brothers-in-
na, Paz, Shani, Stay, Adi, Etai,
law, Bess and Martin Gorrelick
Lior, Amit, Adin, Natan, Beni,
of Orchard Lake, Ruth Ben-
Maya, Joel, Rachel, Rebecca,
jamin of Southfield, Belle and
Arielle, Jacob, Akyva, Miryam,
cJ
Maurice Linton of Scottsdale,
Yaakov, Yael.
Ariz., Molly Center of Windsor,
Contributions may be made
to Habonim Camp Tavor, do La- Ontario.
Interment at Adat Shalom
bor Zionist Alliance, 25900
Memorial Park. Contributions
Greenfield, Ste. 205A, Oak
be made to the Hospice of South-
Park, MI 48237; Solar Energy
eastern Michigan, 16250 North-
Project of Kibbutz Samar. Ser-
land Drive, Suite 212, South-
vices at Hebrew Memorial
Chapel; interment at Clover Hill field, MI 48075.
Park Cemetery.
MELVIN ROSS, 63, of Oak
Park, died July 13. Mr. Ross
MORRIS MEII ES, 84, of
Farmiongton Hills, died July 15. was an automotive painter. He
was a board adviser for Hunt-
He is survived by his brothers
ington Woods Youth Assistance,
and sister-in-law, Jerry and
involved with the Berkley PTA,
Berta of Farmington Hills,
an American Red Cross volun-
Samuel and Lois of Columbus,
teer and an Operation Gradua-
Ohio, Dr. Joseph and Mable of
Okemos, Mich.; sister and broth- tion for Berkley High School vol-
unteer. Mr. Ross also received
er-in-law, Renee and Robert
the Berkley Citizen of the Year
Lintz of Lakeland, Fla.
1988-89, Berkley Parent of the
YANKEL PINSKY, 91, of Oak Year 1985-86 and the Berkley
Park, died July 9. He is survived Humanitarian Award in 1989.
He is survived by his wife,
by his wife Riva Marmur;
Joyce; sons and daughters-in-
daughters and sons-in-law,
law, Adam and Shani of Oak
Faina and Boris Gorelik of Oak
Park, Jeffrey and Kellie of Madi-
Park, Ludmela and Aron She-
son Heights, Nathan of Royal
frena of Russia; grandson, Gene
Oak; brothers and sisters-in-
Gorelik; granddaughter,
law, Burrell and Marlene of Al-
Natasha Shefrena.
Services at Hebrew Memorial buquerque, N.M. Sydney and
Elizabeth of Bloo;nfield Hills;
Chapel; interment at Hebrew
sister, Johanne Robinson of
Memorial Park.
South Lyon. Interment at
ROSE ROLAND, 85, of South- Oakview Cemetery. Contribu-
tions may be made to Hunting-
field, died July 14. She was the
ton Woods Youth Assistance,
beloved wife of the late Hans J.
13313 Sherwood, Huntington
Roland. She is survived by her
Woods, MI 48070.
nephews, Ivan Helfman and
Robert Helfman of San Francis-
RAE SHAEVSKY, 91, of
co; niece, Joan Helfman of
Southfield, died July 14. Mrs.
Boston; great-nieces, Lindsay
Shaevsky was the beloved wife
and Meredith.
of the late Tolio Shaevsky. She
Contributions may be made
is survived by her son and
to ORT or Hadassah. Services

mer Detroiter of Dallas, Texas,
died July 8. He was the loving
son of the late Harold J. Marks.
He is survived by his wife,
Cindy; son, Harley of Dallas;
mother, Esther (Edgar) Fried-
man of Laguna Hills, Calif.;
brother and sister-in-law, Neal
and Ande of Los Angeles. Inter-
ment in Los Angeles.

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