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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-05-05

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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 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.

Nisan 29 / May 8

lyar 1 / May 10

Kurt Ehrlich
Hyman Feldman
Morris Freedman
Evelyn Kunin
Zalman Raimi
Joseph Schmitz
George Sofferin
Isaac Jack Zuckerman

Nisan 30 / May 9

Rose Aronson
Sarah Chernoff
Harry Engel
Anna D. Friedman
David Friedman
Albert Gerson
Antonia Heisler
Bella Henigman
Ruth Kieran
Becky Krivetsky
Samuel Kurnetz
H. Rottenberg
Robert Rubin
Simeon Saulson
Mark Steven Sklar
Ida Zorn

Ethel Borison
Louis Cohen
Jack Cwajgenberg
Beatrice Falick
George Louis Gibson
Bertha Goodman
Dora Gore
Helen Hess
Myra Hoffman
Jeannette Lewis
Mordechai Wolf
Morris Klein
Louis Litwak
Rose Nathanson
Paul Shulman
Dr. Joseph Weber
Rose Weider

lyar 2 / May 11

Benjamin Appel
David E. Barack
Rebecca Beckman
Reuben Himelhoch
Mark Kniasik

Herbert C. Kohn
Rose Eve Lerman
Rose Matenky

lyar 5 / May 14

lyar 3 May 12

Celia Brady
Samuel Fine
Rose Gendelman
Samuel Leiderman
David Abraham Levine
Steve Harold
Herman Moerman
Esther Kert
Bella Stein

lyar 4 / May 13

Solomon Cohen
Helen Isaacson
Samuel Kaluzny
Benjamin Kleinfeld
Phineas Pearlman
Isadore Weingarden
Benjamin Zane

Lt. Raymond Bloch
Rita Daniels
Rubin Larry Eizen
Alex Grushky
Louis Lieber
Allen Reimer
Anna Shevitz
Sam Surowitz

lyar 6 / May 15

Edith Abramson
Sander Edward Bell
Sidney A. Deitch
Jeanette Stewart Fink
Benjamin Gould
Harvey Greene
Max Nusbaum
Morris Pollack
David L. Rosenberg
Lt. Philip Ross
Morris Sher
Fae Skolnik
Louis Weingarden
Ernestine Weisz


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83,' of Farmington Hills, died April
27, 2005.
He is survived by his beloved wife:

Annette Furstenberg; sons and daugh-
ters-in-law, Robert Furstenberg of
Round Rock, Texas,
Steven and Karen
Furstenberg of
Farmington Hills,
David and Ilene
Furstenberg of
Walled Lake; broth-
er, Mark
Furstenberg of
Detroit; grandchil-
dren, Alex, Emily,
Gary and Adina.
He was the dear
brother of the late Ruth Kovan.
Interment at the Adat Shalom
Memorial Park Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to
Hospice of Michigan, 400 Mack Ave.,
Detroit, MI 48201; the Alzheimer's
Association, 20300 Civic Center Dr.
Suite 100, Southfield, MI 48076; or
to a charity of one's choice
Arrangements by Dorfman Chapel.


Royal Oak, died May 1, 2005.
He is survived by his parents,
Sheldon and Betty Gilbert of
Farmington Hills; son, Brett Jacob
Gilbert of Oak Park; sisters and broth-
er-in-law, Karen Gilbert of Denver,
Colo., Barbara Torango of Westland,
Harlyn and Peter Gosling of Ann
Arbor; brother and sister-in-law, Jeff
and Kathy Hecker of Pittsburgh, Pa.;
former spouse, Anita Gilbert. He was
the dear son of the late Beverly
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park Cemetery. Contributions may be
made Temple Emanu-El, 14450 W. 10
Mile Road, Oak Park, MI 48237; the
American Diabetes Association, 30300
Telegraph Road, Suite 117, Bingham
Farms, MI 48025; or to a charity of
one's choice. Arrangements by
Dorfman Chapel.

Livonia, died April 27, 2005. She was
the owner for over
15 years of Percise
Billing Inc., a med-
ical billing compa-
She is survived by
a son and daughter-
in-law, Harold and
Beth Greenberg of
Westland; daugh-
ters and sons-in-

law, Shari and Bruce Melton of
Livonia, Elaine and Dan Anderson of
Livonia; grandchildren, Joseph and
Erick Melton, Jacob and Jaron
Anderson; brothers and sister-in-law,
Erwin and Marlene Resk of Warren,
Murray Resk of West Palm Beach,
Fla.; sisters and brothers-in-law,
Audrey and Marvin Brooks of Port St.
Lucie; Fla., Loie and Keith Fairchild of
Jacksonville, Fla. She was the beloved
wife for 42 years of the late Jack
Interment at Beth El Memorial Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to the American Lung
Association, 26555 Evergreen Road,
Southfield, MI 48076. Arrangements
by Ira Kaufman Chapel.


Farmington Hills, died April 26,
He is survived by his beloved wife,

Lena Hurvitz; mother, Sadye Hurvitz
of Phoenix, Ariz.; daughter, Rebecca
Hurvitz of Farmington Hills; brother
and sister-in-law, Stewart and Pauline
Hurvitz of Phoenix. He was the dear
son of the late Isadore Hurvitz.
Interment at Beth El Memorial Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to Hospice of Michigan, 400
Mack Ave., Detroit, MI 48201 or to a
charity of one's choice. Arrangements
by Dorfman Chapel.

DR. JOSEPH F. JULIAR, 90, former

resident of Mt. Clemens and Detroit,
died April 19, 2005, in Las Vegas,
Nev. He graduated from Mt. Clemens
High School and went to the
University of Michigan, where he
graduated from medical school in
Soon after his internship and resi-
dency, he enlisted in the Army and
served as a captain in the Medical
Corps in Italy, France and North
Africa in World War II. On his return
from service in 1946, he set up a pri-
vate practice as a general practitioner
specializing in obstetrics and gynecolo-
gy in Mt. Clemens.
In 1959 he moved to New York
City and went back to school for four
years to become a pathologist. He got
his board certification in clinical,
anatomical and forensic pathology
and, as a professor of pathology,
taught at the University of Detroit
Dental School. He also worked at the
Detroit medical examiner's offices,
William Beaumont Hospital in
Pontiac and Camarillo State Hospital
in Camarillo, Calif.
Dr. Juliar is survived by his sons,

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