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October 17, 2003 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-17

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We Get Questions

Q: My mother just had a stroke and is in
need of a wheelchair. I was told you occa-
sionally receive wheelchairs from fainilies
who ask you to donate them. I could really
use your help.

OBITS from page 113

law, Mary Pollack; devoted caregiver,


Call me and let me see what I can do.
Even if I don't have a wheelchair readily
available, I can usually locate one, or put you
on our list to be contacted when we receive one.

Jewish Ensemble Theatre
opens 2003-2004 season
with Midwest premier of
"Dirty Story" Oct 22-
Nov 23, at Aaron DeRoy
Theatre, 6600 West Maple,
West Bloomfield.
JET is pleased to present, direct

from off Broadway, "Dirty Story,"
by John Patrick Shanley, Academy
Award-winnin writer of

Mr. Shanley will attend the
opening night performance,
7:30 m, Oct. 26.

Previews for this geo-political,
outrageous dark comedy are
Oct 22-Oct 26. Performances
run from Oct 26-Nov 23.

Tickets are $22-$32, with
discounts for seniors, students
and preview performances.

Jewish Ensemble Theatre, a
Michigan non-profit, is a
professional theater company
performing in English.

For tickets and show times,
call (248) 788-2900.


Bringing Together Family, Faith & Community

18325 West Nine Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48075

248-569-0020 • Facsimile 248-569-2502



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

„ .
"The entire world is sustained by the Torah study of yeiflig.44_
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.




Tishrei 23 / October 19
Morris Zavel Borinstein
Myrtle Desow
Irving Elson
Joseph Gelberman
Alexander Glaser
Rochel Hoffman
Mery Klepfish
Viola Newman Kopp
Aaron Pollack
Elka Rohlik
Gertrude Rosenberg
Rose Ryback
Harry Shulman
Adam Unrot
Irene Weiss

Jeanette Berkowitz
A. Howard Bloch
Edith Burk
Dr. Daniel Cohn
Louis Dann
Rose T. Deitch
Bertha Fagenson Gornbein
Helen G. Klein
Eva Lesser
Rose Marks
Bessie Moerman
Yetta Rucker
Nathan Sachs
Nathan Samet
Sadie Whiteman
Nathan Zack

Tishrei 24 / October 20
Dora Baruch
Dr. Harold Mark Dana
Burt Duchin
Norman Folbe
Mary Rose Jacobs
Aaron David Levin
Abraham Levitin
Aaron B. Margolis
David Pitt
Harry Wetstein

Tishrei 26 / October 22

Tishrei 25 / October 21
Sollie Antman
Wolfe William Atlas

Tishrei 27 / October 23
Chaya Sarah Dworkin
Caroline Leiclerman

Samuel Cohen
Freda Fox
Bernard Greenbaum
Rachel Kratzenstein
Gertrude Lubetsky
Anna Maxman
Samuel Rosenberg
Minnie Ruzumna
Hilda Shoob
Shana Yalowitz

Samuel Mordchai Levin
Dr. Rose Malach Sexton
Leah Sherr
Kalman Silber
Ida Solomon
Molly Weingarden
Simon Young

Tishrei 28 / October 24
Israel Grossman
Chaim Yehuda Aryeh Leib Lazar
Clara Sherizen
Joseph Silver
Edward Stark
Eva Rebecca Waterstone
Herman Weberman
Morris Paul Yampolsky

Tishrei 29 / October 25
Anna Apple
Louis J. Been
Muriel Bennet
Menachem Herz
Etta Josselson
Vita Levine
Dorothy Stewart
Dinah Superstine
Mary Tatelbaum
Chaya S. Tugman

Renee Wilson. He was the beloved
husband of the late Sylvia Schneider;
loving son of the late Max and Pearl
Schneider; dear brother of the late
Sophie (Al) Prag, the late Minnie
Ruzumna, the late Albert (Sylvia)
Schneider, the late George (Shirley)
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Services and
interment at Beth Tefilo Emanuel
Cemetery. Arrangements by Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

Bloomfield Hills, died Oct. 9, 2003.
Mrs. Schwartz was a volunteer who ran
the gift shop at North Oakland
Medical Center in Pontiac for 12 years,
generating nearly $45,000 a year for
the hospital. In all, she volunteered for
more than 29,000
hours in 29 years. Last
year, she was honored
with the hospital foun-
dation's Rainbow of
Hope Award at the
annual gala. She was
also a member of Tam
O'Shanter Country
Mrs. Schwartz suffered with ALS, or
Lou Gehrig's Disease, for the past five
years. Rabbi Harold Loss of Temple
Israel, who spoke at her funeral, said,
"For all of us, Roberta is an inspira-
tion, in both the way she chose to live
her life to serve the community, and in
the conclusion of life, in how she con-
fronted and dealt with illness.
"Recognizing that her time was lim-
ited, she continued to serve and stay
involved until physically it was impos-
sible. Her physical body began to fail,
but her mind and her view of the
world never changed."
Mrs. Schwartz is survived by her
husband of 46 years, Lloyd Schwartz;
daughter and son-in-law, Lisa and
Steve Ivanyi; son and daughter-in-law,
Joel and Debra Schwartz of West
Bloomfield; mother, Shirley Schooler
of Oak Park; brothers and sisters-in-
law, Richard and Sally Schooler of
New Jersey, Roy and Brenda Schooler
of Oak Park; sister-in-law and brother-
in-law, Lillian and Ted Magiera.
Interment at Beth El Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made to
ALS, 21311 Civic Center Drive,
Southfield, MI 48076 or a charity of
one's choice. Arrangements by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

SOLOMON, 81, of Kansas City,

Mo., died Oct. 8, 2003.
Cantor Solomon is survived by his
wife, Rochelle Solomon; son and
daughter-in-law, Eliezer Hanan
Solomon of Kansas City; daughter,
Tanya Zahava Solomon of New
Orleans, La.; brothers and sisters-in-
law, Jack and Marian Solomon of Los
Angeles, Rabbi Wilfred and Phyllis
Solomon of Jerusalem, Israel.
- Contributions may be made to
American Red Magen David, 23470
Riverview, Southfield, MI 48034.
Services and interment at Clover Hill
Park Cemetery. Arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

SHIRLEY TAUBMAN, 82, of Delray
Beach, Fla., died Oct. 11, 2003.
She is survived by her beloved hus-
band, Lester Taubman; daughter and
son-in-law, Temmer and Kim Daragen;
brothers and sister-in-law, Mort and
Carol Zumberg of West Bloomfield,
Nathan Zumberg of Southfield; sisters
and brother-in-law, Natalie and Lester
Geisman of Delray Beach, Minnie
Adelson of Oak Park; grandchildren,
Abra and Eden Daragen. She was the
dear sister of the late Jack Zumberg and
the late Esther (Lou) Gerofsky.
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to the Hospice and Home Care
by the Sea, 1531 W. Palmetto Park
Road, Boca Raton, FL 33486 or to the
Alzheimer's Association, 17220 W. 12
Mile Road, Suite 100, Southfield, MI
48076. Arrangements by Dorfman

Park, died Oct. 12, 2003.
She is survived by her daughter,
Betya Datsenko of Oak Park; grand-
children, Boris and Asya Datsenko,
Helena Korolev, Anna Korolev; great-
grandchildren, Anton Datsenko,
Michael Datsenko. Mrs. Tsukerman
was the beloved wife of the late Moshe
Interment at Hebrew Memorial
Park. Services and arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.


The obituary for Dr. Benjamin
Glicksman (Oct. 10) should have indi-
cated that contributions may be made
to the Dr. Benjamin H. Glicksman
Fund, University of Detroit Dental
school, 8200 W. Outer Drive, P.O.
Box 19900, Detroit, MI 48219.

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