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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 tvorld 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.

Taves 3/ December 28

business stars, for more than 75 years.
Eddie Jaffe, 89, legendary Broadway
press agent who once got his client Joe
Namath $10,000 for shaving his Fu •
Manchu mustache with a Schick elec-
tric razor.
Michael Kamen, 55, composer who
won Grammys for melding rock and
classical styles for groups such as Pink
Floyd and Metallica.
Rabbi Abraham Karp, 83, American
Jewish historian who wrote a dozen
books, including Golden Door to
America: The Jewish Immigrant
Experience:
Beverly Karp, 72, producer of the
quirky film My Dinner With Andre.
Sir Bernard Katz, 92, who shared the
1970 Nobel Prize in Medicine for work
explaining how messages are transmit-
ted between nerves and muscles.
Milton R Konvitz, 95, constitutional
scholar and civil rights attorney.
Leonard Koppett, 79, New York Times
sports writer.
Fred Kort, 80, businessman philan-
thropist who was one of only nine peo-
ple known to have survived the
Treblinka death camp.
Lee S. Kreindler, 78, attorney who
represented plaintiffs in major disaster
cases since the 1950s.
Warren Kremer, 82, cartoonist who
drew Richie Rich and other Harvey
Comics characters.
Iry Kupcinet, 91, Chicago newspaper
columnist for more than 60 years.
Meyer Kupferman, 77, composer
whose works ranged from classical to
jazz and included operas, symphonies
and film scores:
Samuel J. LeFrak, 85, builder of
thousands of middle-income housing
units in and around New York.
Rabbi Robert L. Lehman, 76, World
War II refugee who eventually returned
to a pulpit in Austria.
Israel E. Levine, 79, former public-
relations director of the American
Jewish Congress.
Sol Leon, 90, Hollywood agent for
such stars as Dick Van Dyke, Joan
Crawford and Mike Wallace.
Jules Levy 80, producer of The
Rifleman TV series and nearly 40
movies.
Leon Levy 77, philanthropist who
gave more than $140 million to the
Metropolitan Museum of Art and other
institutions.
Sidney Lippman, 89, composer of
Nat King Cole's 1951 hit "Too Young. "
Milton Lipson, 89, former Secret
Service agent who guarded Presidents
Roosevelt and Truman.
Bernard Manischewitz, 89, the last in
his family to run the kosher food giant

B. Manischewitz Co.
Herbie Mann, 73, jazz flutist who
worked in a variety of styles.
Franco Modigliani, 85, economist
who fled Fascist Italy and went on to
win the Nobel Prize.
Tanya
Moiseiwitsch,
88, pioneering
Broadway the-
ater designer.
Caroline
Newhouse, 93,
philanthropist
and widow of a
founder of the
Newhouse
Omar
media empire.
Sydney
Omarr (born
Sidney Kimmelman), 76, noted
astrologer whose column was syndicat-
ed in hundreds of newspapers.
Rabbi Ephraim Oshry, 89, who
helped Jews live religiously during the
Holocaust in the Kovno ghetto.
Lester Osterman, 88, Broadway pro-
ducer who won Tonys for Da, The
Shadow Box and A Moon for the
Misbegotten.
Rabbi Ely Emanuel Pilchik, 89,
noted scholar of Judaism.
Howard Polsky, 75, author of
Everyday
Miracles: The
Healing
Wisdom of
Hasidic Stories.
Bernard
Rabin, 86, art
restorer who
refurbished the
frescoes in the
Capitol dome
in Washington.
Ramon
Ilan Ramon,
48, Israel's first
astronaut, who
died in the Columbia space shuttle dis-
aster. As a fighter pilot, he participated
in the bombing of an Iraqi nuclear reac-
tor in 1981.
Maurice Rapf, 88, a founder of the
Writers Guild of America and screen-
writer whose credits include Song of the
South.
Franz Rosenthal, 88, interpreter of
Arabic literature and scholar of
Aramaic.
Dr. Peter Safar, 79, emergency medi-
cine pioneer who developed CPR and
the modern intensive care unit.
Rafael Scharf, 89, writer who worked
to preserve the memory of Polish Jewry.
John Schlesinger, 77, film director
whose movies included Far from the
Madding Crowd and the Oscar-winning

OBITS

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Pauline Surowitz
Harry Traub
Michael Wainer
Rose Wrubel

Isaac Char
Celia Chesluk
Mathilda Diem
Adolph Escoff
Ida Goldstein
Dora Kurnetz
Rose Marks
Louis Mendelsohn
Rose Mertz
Leatrice Patron
Sandra Perlmutter
Sam Solomon Reinstein
El iezer Rosen
Joseph Rubin
Joseph Scherr
Joseph Shanbom
Sarah Weberman

Lee Gladstone
Rivwa Miller
Sarah Milmet
Edith Oretsky
Lea Rubel
Allen Sherwin
Ethel Leah Wiener

Taves 5 / December 30

Hyman Irving Green
Maynard Lazarus
Marc Avram Rosen
Bessie Shorr
Tony Thorn
Rose Wolfgang

Taves 8 /January 2

Taves 6/ December 31

Rebecca Carpol
Charles Sam Climstain
Michael Crosnick
Al Drescher
Anna C. Feinberg
Rabbi Eugene Greenfield
Bernice Dorothy Mazer
Marian J. Raimi

Taves 4 / December 29
Samuel Bienenfeld
Jennie Caplan
Maria Foltyn
Mary Glosman
Jack Isbee
Morris Koss
Herman Rosenberg
Jacob Shevitz
Harry Surath

Taves 7 / January 1
Liba Esther-Agranovich
Freddie Berkowitz
Bejamin H. Ettinger
Ben Feldman
Ida Friedman

Fayga Gittel Chesluk
Elsie Katz
Sadie Kessler
Harry Keys
Edith Lewis Marx
Esther Newman
Celia Rabinowitz
Henry Roth
Reva Schoichit
Sam Siegel
Minnie Taylor
Alexander Weiss

Taves 9 / January 3

Edis Bordoley
David Fleischer
Max Glass
Morris Hoffman
Chaim Yossel Kazerinsky
Mendel Stawis

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