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January 31, 2003 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-01-31

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Q: We chose not to bring my five-year
old son to my father's funeral. He misses
his grandfather and constantly asks about
him. Should we take him to the unveiling
this spring?

A: Before bringing him to the unveiling,
take him to the chapel and I can walk
him through it, explaining what happens
from the time of death to the funeral.
The unveiling itself will have little meaning.
A beter understanding of the process is far
more important than attending an event he
can't possibly comprehend.

THE KAUFMAN
COMMUNITY CORNER

Auxiliary and Benefactors of
the Jewish Home & Aging
Services invite the public to
Its A Magical Mystical Musical
Family Affair," 6 pin, Sun, Feb
2, 2003 at Royal Oak Theatre
318 W. Fourth Street. Royal
Oak.

Come with your family to "It's A
Magical Mystical Musical Family
Affair," a benefit supporting
Jewish older adults. Enjoy amaz-
ing magician Jon Ross, and levi-

tating raffle, hypnotic silent auc-
tion. Valet parking.:Casual dress.

Adults, 8125 each. Young adults
21-40, .850 each. Youth 12-20,
$36 each. Children 5-11, $18
each. Under 5, free.
Contributions more than $50 per
person, tax deductible.

Tickets available a(door.

For more information,
call (248) 661-2999

Bringing Together Family, Faith & Community

18325 West Nine Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48075
248-569-0020 • Facsimile 248-569-2502

YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

School for Boys • Beth Jacob School for Girls • Early Childhood Development Center
15751 W. Lincoln Drive • Southfield, Ml 48076 • (248) 557-6750

"The entire world is sustained by the Torah study of young children"

During the coming week, the students of Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will study in memory of
the following departed friends. In addition, Kaddish will be said during _the daily minyan.

Shevat 30 / February 2

Dr. Joseph Beninson
Benjamin Broncwaig
Louis M. Dunn
Erna Elsch
Tillie Epstein
Chashe Miriam Levenson
Mollie Masserman
Hyman Rosen
Dora Seidel
Leo Nathan Spector
Abraham Wolok

Adar I 3 / February 5

Adar I 1 / February.3

Max Harris
Henry Hochman
Leslie Kay
Frank Erwin Leiderman
Fannie Remer
Dorothy S. Rosenthal
Albert P. Seigle
Asher Smith
Daniel Paul Weinberg
Mary Weingarden

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Esther Novitz
Leonard Sandweiss
Idel Unrot
Maurice Wagman
Yitzchak Wainer
Gussie Wedgle
Tzvi Weinberger
Ahn Wilner

Adar I 4 / February 6

Adar I 2 / February 4

Jack Abramson
Isadore Domnitch
Joseph Dorfman
Bella Ellias
Adolph Komer
Marvin Modlinsky
Rebecca Pearlstein

Henry Rich
Arline Goldfarb Schafer
David Silver
Ben Solomon
Abie Stein
Jennie Puckovitsky Tamaren
Louis Waltman

Lena Climstain
Nathan Deutsch
Jennie Feldman
Israel Goldin
Pinchus Kaplan
Al Kaye
Arthur Klein
Frank Orechkin
Elkuno Rosenheck
David Schoichit
Pearl Goldie Wool
Betty Goudsmit Zaientz

Adar I 5/ February 7

Louis Bordoley
Benjamin Brodman
Gabriel N. Eisman
Sam Elias
Jack Falkauff
Morris Gunsher
Joseph L. Holtzman
Philip Kawa
Erno Klein
Jean Krowitz
Sheila Lazowsky
Oscar Lerchin
Yale Levin
Bertha Migdal
Rachel Pomerantz
Harry Smith
Sam Tarnopol
Henry Waterstone
Phillip Zager

Adar I 6/ February 8

Bella Chestnuk
Dora Cohen
Bena Heitkamp
Sally Hess
Fredric Alan Rivkin
Fannie Rosenfeld
Elaine Roth
Eva Singerman
Morris Stein
Joseph I. Stewart
Hyman Sweet

We appreciate your business!

Anne Linn.
Interment at Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

FRANCES PIERCE, 66, of Farmington
Hills, died Jan. 28, 2003.
She is survived by her sons and daughters-
in-law, Dr. Keith and Gina Pierce of
Northville, Dr. Jeff and Lynda Pierce of
West Bloomfield; daughter, Sherri Pierce of
Farmington Hills; brother and sister-in-law,
Benjamin and Sally Lax of Oak Park; grand-
children, Bradley, Ian, Zac, Jacob, Sydney
and Paige. She was the beloved wife of the
late Paul Pierce; sister of the late Bessie
Glaser.
Interment at Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to the Paul &
Frances Pierce Sports Park Fund, P.O. Box
250942, West Bloomfield, MI 48322 or to a
charity of one's choice. Arrangements by
Dorfman Chapel.

PHILIP PRICE, 91, of Providence, R.I.,
died Jan. 23, 2003. He was an office manag-
er for waste materials.
Mr. Price is survived by his son and
daughter-in-law, Lawrence and Ann Price of
Rhode Island; daughter and son-in-law,
Karen and Dr. Harold Manning of New
Hampshire; grandchildren, Laura and Max
Price, Benjamin
Manning; brother,
Daniel Price of Florida.
He was the beloved hus-
band of the late Shirley
Price.
Interment at
MaChpelah Cemetery.
Contributions may be
made to the Jewish
National Fund.
Irving
Arrangements by Ira
Schneider
Kaufman Chapel.

REV MORDECHAI RUBE, 93, of

California, died Jan. 27, 2003.
He is survived by his daughter and son-in-
law, Sylvia and Sam Werteneil of New York;
daughter-in-law, Esther Rube of Florida;
brother, Max Rub; sister, Sophie Einhorn;
seven grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren.
He was the father of the late Cantor Sidney
Rube.
Interment in Milwaukee, Wis.

IRVING SCHNEIDER, 74, of West

Bloomfield, died Jan. 24, 2003. He was a
partner with his brothers in Schneider's
Sport Shops, a U.S. Navy war veteran and a
member of the Block Lodge of B'nai Kith.
He also loved golf and bowling.
He is survived by his beloved wife, Roslyn
Schneider; daughters, Wendy Fischel of West
Bloomfield, Lisa Schnieder of West
Bloomfield; brother, Raymond Schneider of
Scottsdale, Ariz.; sister and brother-in-law,
Adeline and Sidney Weinberg of West
Bloomfield.
Interment at the Adat Shalom Memorial
Park Cemetery. Contributions may be made
to the Sheldon M. Kantor Memorial Fund
for Cancer Counseling & Education, do the

Weisberg Cancer Center, 31995
Northwestern Highway, Farmington Hills,
MI 48334 or to the American Heart
Association, 24445 Northwestern Highway,
Southfield, MI 48075. Arrangements by
Dorfman Chapel.

CARYN ZILBER, 48, of West Bloomfield,

died Jan. 22, 2003. She was a teacher at
Roeper School for eight years.
Mrs. Zilber is survived by her daughter,
Rachel Zilber; son, Jonathan Zilber; mother
and stepfather, Shirley and Robert Lipson of
West Bloomfield; sister and brother-in-law,
Lauren and William Hamil of Colorado;
father-in-law, Julian Zilber; brother-in-law
and sister-in-law, Sidney and Harriet Zilber.
She was the beloved wife of the late Gary
Zilber; devoted daughter of the late Sanford
Davis; loving grand-
daughter of the late
Betty and the late Morris
Rubin; dear daughter-in-
law of the late Roslyn
Zilber.
Interment at Beth El
Memorial Park.
Contributions may be
made to Crohn's and
Colitis Foundation of
Caryn Zilber
America, 386 Park
Avenue So., New York,
NY 10057-2238;
Friends of Caryn and Gary Zilber Children's
Fund, P.O. Box 251684, West Bloomfield,
MI 480925; Roeper School Scholarship
Fund, in memory of Caryn Zilber, 41190
Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills, MI
48304. Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

Nell Carter, 54

Nell Carter, 54, the African-
American Jew best known for the
Broadway musical Ain't Misbehavin'
and the 1980s sitcom Gimme A
Break! died Jan. 23, 2003.
The stout, sassy singer-actress —
who won a 1978 Tony Award for
Misbehavin'— spent the last day of
her life rehearsing a Long Beach
revival of the musical Raisin, which
she hoped would return her to
Broadway. She collapsed at her
Beverly Hills, Calif. home early the
next morning and was found by her
13-year-old son, Joshua, who had
celebrated his bar mitzvah in
December.
Ms. Carter converted to Judaism
while married to her first husband, a
Conservative Jew and the son of
Holocaust survivors.

— Naomi Pfifferman
Jewish. Journal of Greater Los Angeles

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