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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-14

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We Get Questions

Q:

My mother died I I months ago and my
father just completed saying Kaddish. I was
hoping you could recommend a support' group
that he might feel comfortable attending.

A:

Call me and I will give you a comprehensive
list of support groups in the community.
However, with the completion of a year saying
Kaddish, your father probably has experienced
the best support group available — individuals
going through a similar experience.

Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit presents
Sounds Of Harmony,
7:30 pm, Tues, Dec 2,
at Temple Shir Shalom,
3999 Walnut Lake Rd,
West Bloomfield.

Join internationally acclaimed
Israeli singer, David D'Or in
Sounds Of Harmony,
Tues, Dec 2, at
Temple Shir Shalom.

David D'Or is accompanied by
Michigan Opera Theatre
Musicians and student musicians/
singers from central Galilee in
Israel, our Partnership 2000
Region, and the Jewish Academy
of Metropolitan Detroit.

Michigan Opera Theatre and
David Handleman co-sponsor
the community-wide event.

Doors open at 7:00 pm.
Tickets, $18 per person.

For more info, call 248-203-1520

THE IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL

Bringing Together Family, Faith & Community

18325 West Nine Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48075

248 569 0020 • Facsimile 248 569 2502

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

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 1r the Torah study of young chililreie'4
During the coining 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..

Chesvan 21

/November 16

Meyer Brodsky
Lillian Cahn
Israel Cohen
Max H. Cohen
Mina Fass
Louis Harris
Sadie Bienenfeld Haut
Jacob M Horowitz
Gladys Hubert
Rose Leah Kramer
Belle Ida Pearson.
Molly Seligson
Dorothy Sosnick
Albert Vexler

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Chesvan 22 / November 17
Bessie Dinkin
Elke Eisenberg
Luba Elbaum
Louis Charles Freeman
Hugo Iczkovitz
Lazer Lazar
Esther Nosanchuk
Sally Raab
Kevin Jay Spitz
Belle Waterstone

Chesvan 23 / November 18
Jake Baggleman

Jennie Berkower
Rose Blotnick
Jerry Eaton
Benjamin Garfield
Betty Goldin
Nathan Goldstein
Tillie . Grossman
Sara Valensky
Isadore Weingarden
Sarah Wexler

Chesvan 24 /November 19

Max Bednarsh
Fannie Davidson
Milton Herman
Isaac Malach
Irving Mudrick
Dora Plotkin
Mary Riskin
Irving Slutsky
William Stein
Herman Zold

Chesvan 25 / November 20
Morris Antel
Rebecca Cohen
Jack Fogel
Benjamin Bernard Gaum
Jack Kunick
Jacob Lichtig

David Member
Lena Natow, - _
- Coleman Roitenberg
Sol Selman
Rebecca Sklai:

Chesvan 26 / November 21
Ku nie Abramowitz
Chana Baxter'
Fannie Carnick
Dorthy Goldstein
Jacob Kale
Nathan LangyVald
Lewis Ross
Hilda Schechter
Nathan Silverman
Maxine F. Zack

Chesvan 27 I November 22

Josef Diem
Jacob Duchan .
Joseph E. Goodstein
David Gross
Margaret Katz
Anna Selman
Aaron Simons
Marvin Arnold Weingarden
Mollie Bertha Weiss
Rose Weiner

OBITS

from page 117

unteers from South Africa and
trained and fought along side them.
Years later, on his travels, he would
occasionally meet some of them and
have a reunion.
Although he was a secular Jew, he
attended adult education classes in his
later years, studying Torah, Tanach
and Gemorrah and was continuously
learning more about being a Jew.
As the population of the kibbutz
grew older, Baruch was put in charge
of the health committee and helped
establish a senior health center for
assisted living, a thriving part of the
kibbutz today.
Mr. Rudyan is survived by his son
and daughter in law, Amir and
Mindy Rudyan of California; daugh-
ters and sons-in-law, Dana and Yair
Goren of Israel, Dalya and Yiftak
Abramov of Israel, Ziva and Yehuda
Bachar of Israel; grandchildren, Shai,
Niv, Tal and Ron Goren, Asher,
Aaron and Chris Rudyan, Peleg and
Aden Abramov, Paz and Osher
Bachar; sisters, Ruth Edelstein of
Sydney, Australia, Amy Thornton of
Capetown, South Africa; sisters-in-
law and brothers-in-law, Pearl and
Irvin Dubin of Oak Park, Ilene and
Henry Rubin of West Bloomfield.
He was the brother of the late
Naomi (Reitstein) Sherman; brother-
in-law of the late Shirley and Jack
Goldin and the lateJack Edelstein.

SYLVIA SCHMIDT, 84, of
Tamarac, Fla., died Oct. 31, 2003.
She is survived by her husband,
Dr. Bernard Schmidt; children, Dr.
James and Sharon Schmidt, Robert
and My Le Schmidt, Gayle and
Mitchel Tillman; grandchildren,
Julie, David, Brent, Jeffrey and
Ronald; great-grandchildren,
Alexander, Stefanie, Jonah and Max;
sisters and brothers, Estelle Prady,
Betty Klein, Morey Felsot and
Norman Felsot.
Interment in Florida.
Contributions may be made to the
Karen Flam Memorial Fund, c/o
Amy Bouchard, Development Office,
Dana Farber Cancer Institute, 10
Brookline Pace West, Boston, MA
02445. This announcement was
placed at the request of the family by
the Ira Kaufman Chapel.

JUDITH JOY WEITZ, 72, of West
Bloomfield, died Nov. 9, 2003. She
was a buyer for Hudson's jewelry
department. She was also a graduate
of the art school at Michigan State

University, was active
with Angels Ball of
the National Council
of Jewish Women, a
member of Hadassah,
member of Temple
Israel and its sister-
Weitz
hood and Women's
American ORT.
Mrs. Weitz is survived by her
daughters and sons-in-law, Susan
and Aaron Levine of West
Bloomfield, Ann and Jonathan
Podolsky of Bloomfield Hills, Heidi
and Joe Verde of Nevada; grandchil-
dren, Elizabeth, Stephanie and Neela
Podolsky; sister, Pearl Gorman; sis-
ter-in-law, Gloria Belen Pinsky. She
was the beloved wife of the late
Norman Weitz; loving sister of the
late Dr. Kenneth Belen; dear sister-
in-law of the late Harry Pinsky.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to the American Diabetes
Association, Temple Israel or Yad Ezra.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

NORMA WOLLACH, 76, of
Farmington Hills, died Nov. 5,
2003. She was a graduate of Wayne
State University and a former substi-
tute teacher in Oak Park.
Mrs. Wollach is survived by her
children, Suzi and David Schuller of
Massachusets, Steve Wollach and
Stefanie Pasman Wollach of
Washington; grandchildren, Peter
and Elizabeth Schuller, Seth and
Alexa Wollach; brother, Seymour
Stone of West Bloomfield. She was
the beloved wife of the late Norman
Wollach; dear daughter of the late
Ida and the late Leo Feber and the
late Max Stone.
Interment at Machpelah Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to a
Jewish charity. Arrangements by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

Corrections

• The obituary for Steven Katz
(Nov. 7) should have indicated that
he was also survived by his sister-in-
law, Linda Wolpe; nieces and
nephews, Monica Lupiloff, Nicole
Lupiloff, Jason (Kim) Wolpe, Randi
Wolpe; and great-nephew Parker
Wolpe.

• The obituary for Bessie Chase
(Nov. 7) should have indicated that
she is survived by her sister, Frieda
Davis of.Santa Fe, N.M.

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