Hezbollah's Death Toll
YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH
School for Boys • Beth Jacob School for Girls • Early Childhood Development Center
5751 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 min-van.
05 Av July 30, 2006
Lena Miriam Lieberman
07 Av August 1, 2006
06 Av July 31, 2006
William Milton Fleisher
Israel Hirsh Mason
08 Av August 2, 2006
Phillip Gerald Eizen
Victor A. Mallis
Richard David Mitchell
09 Av August 3, 2006
Levinson & Family
Max Louis Roberts
Murray Jacob Roth
Jean Boesky Miller
Sarah Leah Willis
10 Av August 4, 2006
David M. Dana
Louis I. Weber
11 Av August 5, 2006
Ruth Jeanette Arbil
JTA — Israeli Civilians: Nahariya: Monica
Seidman Lehrer, 40, Omer Pesachov, 7,
Shlomi Mansura, 35, Andrei Zelinksy, 36;
Safed: Nitzan Roseban, 33; Meron: Yehudit
ltzkovitch, 58; Yokneam
Shimon, 41; Kiryat Yam: Asael Damti, 39,
David Feldman, 28, Dennis Lapidos, 24;
Kiryat Ata: Nissim Elharar, 43, Reuven
Levy, 46; Haifa: Rafi Hazan, 30, Shimon
Glickblich, 60; Nazareth: Rabia Abed
Taluzi, 3, Mahmoud Taluzi, 7; Iblin: Habib
Isa Awad, 48; Kfar Mrar: Dou'a Abbas, 15.
Israeli Military: Sgt. Maj.(res.) Eyal -
Benin, 22; Sgt. Maj.(res.) Shani Turgeman,
24; Sgt. Maj. Wassim Nazal, 26; Staff Sgt.
Alexei Kushnirski, 21; Staff Sgt. Yaniv
Bar-on, 20; Sgt. Gadi Mosayev, 20; Sgt.
Shlomi Yirmiyahu, 20; Sgt. Nimrod Cohen,
19; Staff Sgt. Tal Amgar, 21; Sgt. Yaniv
Hershkovitz, 21; Cpl. Shai Atlas, 19; 1st Sgt.
Dov Steinshuss, 37; Staff Sgt. Yonatan
Hadasi, 21; Staff Sgt. Yotam Gilboa, 21; Maj.
Benjamin Hillman, 27; Staff Sgt. Refanael
Muskal, 21; Staff Sgt. Nadav Baeloha,
21; Staff Sgt. Liran Saadia, 21; Staff Sgt.
Yonatan Vlasyuk, 21; Maj. Ran Yehoshua
Kochva, 37; 2nd Lt. Lotan. Slavin, 21; Staff
Sgt. Kobi Smileg, 20; Col. Zvi Luft, 42; 1st
Lt. Tom Farkash, 23; 1st Lt. Lotan Slavin,
21; Staff Sgt. Kobi Smileg, 20.
THE IRA KAU FMAN CHAPEL
Bringing Together Family, Faith & Community
18325 West Nine Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48075
248-569-0020 • Facsimile 248-569-2502
We Get Questions
Q : Is the recent renovation of your
facility a sign that you are not moving
any time soon?
A : We are committed to offering our
families the finest facility,-unparalleled
in our field. Our location, building and
parking, along with case of entry and
exit, ensure a visit to The Ira Kaufman
Chapel is convenient and stress-free.
Because of these and our proximity to
the cemeteries we frequent, it makes
good sense for us to stay here and
improve our building amenities.
American Jewish Committee
hosts "What Do We Need to
Know About the Next
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with Keith Krivitzky
7:30 am, Fri, Aug 11, 2006
Max M. Fisher Federation
6735 Telegraph Road,
on campuses around
Presenter is Keith Krivitzky,
Hillefs Associate Director of
Development and Director
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He develops key investment
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National 1-lillel's preparatory
research for its five-year
strategic plan for working
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Obituaries from page 81
Children's Hospital and the Ohio
State University hospitals. In addi-
tion to his private practice and
serving as medical director of the
Shoe Corporation of America (SCOA
Industries), Dr. Zox held the position
of emeritus professor at the Ohio
State University College of Medicine,
where he was a longtime guest lec-
turer. Dr. Zox also was a diplomate
of the American Board of Surgery
and a fellow of the American College
of Surgeons, in addition to other
national, state and local affiliations.
Dr. Zox's community involvement
included heading the Physician's
Division of the Columbus Jewish
Federation. He was a member of
Temple Israel and the Winding
Hollow Country Club.
Dr. Zox is survived by his wife
of 59 years, Florence; children,
Diana Marx Bloch of Gahanna,
Ohio, Frederick and Sally Marx
of Bloomfield Hills, Barbara Zox
Panzer of Austin, Texas, Dr. Sherry
Zox and Arnold Deutchman of
Columbus, Ohio, Laurie Zox Leder
and Gary Watkins of Greenwood
Village, Colo.; grandchildren, llison
Bloch Gold (Steven) of Glencoe,
Ill.; Jennifer Bloch Skok (Steve) of
Chicago, Laura Bloch Kepes (Jeffrey)
of Glencoe, Jon Bloch of Columbus,
Julie Marx of New York, N.Y., Andrew
Marx of Chicago, Carolyn Marx
of Bloomfield Hills, Scott Marx
of Bloomfield Hills, Jason Panzer
(Debbie) of Austin, Elizabeth Satz
(Jeffrey) of Dallas, Jeffrey Panzer
(Sarah) of Austin, Hallee Deutchman
of Columbus, Emilee Deutchman of
Columbus, Molly Hepkin (David)
of Austin, Kevin Leder (Jasmine)
of Providence, R.I.; 10 great-grand-
children; devoted caregivers, Andre
Frasier and Fred Carter. Dr. Zox was
the brother of the late Ethel Schiff,
the late Joseph Zox, the late Dorothy
Yank, the late Oscar Zox; son of the
late Hinda and the late Louis Zox.
Services took place at the Epstein
Memorial Chapel, 3232 E. Main
Street, Columbus, Ohio; interment
at Forest Lawn Memorial Park.
Contributions may be made to the
Zusman House Community Hospice,
1151 College Avenue, Columbus, OH
43209-2897 or to a charity of one's
Why did. Grandpa die? what
does heaven look like? What- is a soul?
like these for kids of all ages. If you need help
responding to your children, call David, 248-569-0020; or e - mail him, clintec.5 4.1-nsn.com.
f 'or 30 years, IDavicl Techner has been answering
July 27 • 2006
• The obituary for Daniel Frank
( July 20) should have indicated that
he was 90 years old.