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3 Teves December 16, 2012
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
Eliezer Rosen
Joseph Rubin
Joseph Scherr
Joseph Shanbom
Sarah Weberman

4 Teves December 17, 2012
Samuel Bienenfeld
Jennie Caplan
Maria Foltyn
Chana Gerszonowicz
Mary Glosman
Jack Isbee
Morris Koss
Herman Rosenberg
Jacob Shevitz
Shirley Judith Sklar

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.

Esther Sperber
Harry Surath
Pauline Surowitz
Harry Traub
Michael Wainer
Rose Wrubel

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

5 Teves December 18, 2012
Hyman Irving Green
Maynard Lazarus
Marc Avram Rosen
Bessie Shorr
Tony Thorn
Rose Wolfgang

8 Teves December 21, 2012
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

6 Teves December 19, 2012
Rebecca Carpol
Charles Sam Climstain
Michael Crosnick
Al Drescher
Anna C. Feinberg
Rabbi Eugene Greenfield
Bernice Dorothy Mazer
Marian J Raimi

9 Teves December 22, 2012
Edis Bordoley
David Fleischer
Max Glass
Morris Hoffman
Chaim Yossel Kazerinsky
Mendel Stawis

7 Teves December 20, 2012
Liba Esther Agranovich
Steven Lawrence Beale
Freddie Berkowitz
Benjamin H. Ettinger
Ben Feldman

Send a tribute in memory of a loved one —
Visit wwsv.DetroitYeshiva.org/JNtributes.

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obituaries

Obituaries from page 67

GAYLE
SWEETWINE
SAINI, 69, of Ann
Arbor, died Dec. 9,
2012.
She is survived
by her husband,
Ajit Saini; son,
Saini
Ravi Saini; mother,
Circa 1970
Rose Zussman
Sweetwine; father, Sam Sweetwine;
brother, Murray Sweetwine; sister-
in-law, Carole Sweetwine; brother-in-
law, Mohinder Saini; sisters-in-law,
Shakunt Chaudhary, Veena Saini and
Nirmal Saini; nephews and nieces, Ira
and Becky Sweetwine, Kalman and
Emily Sweetwine and Vikas Saini;
great-nephews and great-nieces, Isaac
Sweetwine, Matan Sweetwine and
Ilanah Sweetwine.
Interment was at Machpelah
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

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PAUL WORONA,
93, of Southfield,
died Dec. 3, 2012.
His parents
and siblings per-
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He is survived by
his wife of 57 years, Estelle Worona of
Southfield; daughter and son-in-law,
Linda and David Silverstein of Encino,
Calif.; a friend and caregiver, Betty
Mosby.
Mr. Worona was predeceased by
his parents, the late Leah and the late
Moshe Worona; siblings, the late Meyer
Worona, the late Minya Worona, the
late Zipora Worona, the late Chaye
Worona and the late Tzipah Worona.
Contributions may be to St. John's
Hospice, P.O Box 673271, Detroit,
MI 48267; the Jewish Hospice and
Chaplaincy Network, 6555 W. Maple
Road, West Bloomfield, MI 48322,
www.jewishhospice.com; or the
David-Horodoker Organization,
do Shirley Hyman, 6945 Chimney
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MI 48322. Interment was at Clover
Hill Park Cemetery in Birmingham.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
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undreds attended the
funeral of Israeli playwright
and screenwriter Anat Gov,
who succumbed to can-
cer Dec. 9 at age 59.
The ever-defiant and
life-loving Gov staged
an unconventional ser-
vice (leaving detailed
instructions regarding
who should eulogize
her at Kfar Saba's secu-
Anat Gov
lar Menucha Nechona
cemetery). She was laid
to rest to the accompaniment of the
Monty Python song "Always Look on
the Bright Side of Life"
Gov's husband, the popular singer
and actor Gidi Gov, said he was over-
whelmed by condolences and trib-
utes not only from showbiz friends,
but also from high-ranking officials.
"It's all very personal and emotional,
but it turns out they really loved her,"
he said.
"When they called me from the
Prime Minister's Office, I thought
it was a prank at first:' Gov told
the assembly. "But [Prime Minister
Benjamin] Netanyahu was on the

phone and spoke very kindly, saying
`Sometimes she spoofed me, all the
time, in fact' — yet he also said some
personal and touching things"
Gidi Gov also read out a letter sent
by President Shimon Peres.
"Her defining features
of noble truthfulness,
goodness and originality
accompanied her in her
battle with the disease.
She fought it with cour-
age, humor and creativity.
She lived lovingly, she
wrote profoundly, and
she died boldly:' the letter
concluded.
Anat Gov's close friend, playwright
Tzipi Shohat, wrote in Haaretz Gov
saw death as a part of life and accept-
ed her fate with a smile — and asked
of her loved ones to view it the same
way.
"Gov once told me in a personal
conversation that she approaches
death without fear, that she got all
she wanted of life — a happy mar-
riage, children, grandchildren and
what not," Shohat wrote.
Gov's plays include Haverot Hachi
Tovot (Best Friends), Akar Bait
(House-Husband) and Lysistrata

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