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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-05-30

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24 Sivan June 2, 2013
Dora Kraus
Moritz Miedzwinski
Shirley Skolnick
Jacob Surowitz
Charles Usher
Asher Wainer

25 Sivan June 3, 2013
Morris H Berris
Isadore Diamond
Sarah Feigelman
Dora Greenstein
Margaret Mandel
Edith Poss
Marilyn Schane
Harry Wishnia
Ida M Wrotslaysky

26 Sivan June 4, 2013
Morrey Bittker
Benjamin Glick
Leo Gruenebaum
Esther Anna Moskowitz
Ghana Nusbaum
George Shore
Ella Silber

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.

Bella Unrot
Deborah Vernick

29 Sivan June 7, 2013
Leonard Bennett
David H. Horwitz
Ezreal Kazdan
Harry Sczweitzer
Esther Judith Shugerman
Joseph Siegel
Louis Siegel
Harry Smith
Julius Starr
Jenny Tkatch
Isadore Weinstein

30 Sivan June 8, 2013
Frank Band
Sam Birnbaum
Israel Frankfort
Bertha Freudenberg
Mayer Mittelman
Sarah Schaffer
William Stoller
Barney William Weiner

28 Sivan June 6, 2013
Feige Ackerman
Zelda Blackman
Pearl Goldman
Morris Goldman
Yeshayah Kerzner

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Obituaries from page 71

Sarah Portnoy
Sally Shorr

27 Sivan June 5, 2013
Mollie Alpert
Ruth Alter
Sadie Aronowitz
Max Blotner
Charles Cohen
Jacob Faigenbaum
Dora Halpert
Jacob W. Henock
Joachim Koenigsberg
Leon Kohn
Clara Levy
Harold J Sansky
Joseph Scheiner
Shirley Shoenig
Benjamin Steele
Shellie Stoffer




French-Jewish Singer
Georges Moustaki
Dies At 79
(JTA) — Georges Moustaki, a
French singer and songwriter known
as "The Wandering Jew:' has died.
Moustaki's Paris-based production
company said he had died May 28 at
his home in Nice in
southern France fol-
lowing a long illness,
the French news
agency AFP report-
ed. He was 79.
The Egypt native
won his nickname in
France for his simple
musical style and
melancholic ballads
that he sang himself. He also wrote
and composed in the 1960s for such
renowned artists as Edith Piaf, Yves
Montand and Juliette Greco.
Among the more famous of the hun-
dreds of songs he wrote is "Les Meres
Juives" or "The Jewish Mothers:'
Moustaki told the RTL radio station
in December that he wanted to be bur-
ied in Alexandria, where he lived until
he was 17 with his Jewish parents, who
came there from Corfu, Greece. They
later moved to France, where he spent
the rest of his life.
Moustaki sang in French, Italian,
English, Greek, Portuguese, Arabic and

P.A. Security Officers
Arrested In Death
Of Israeli Man
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israeli troops
arrested three Palestinian Authority
security officers for their involvement
in the death of an Israeli man during a
visit to Joseph's Tomb.
The officers arrested May 21 had
been released recently after serving
a year in Palestinian prison for their
involvement in the April 2011 killing
of Ben-Joseph Livnat, 25, a father of
four from Jerusalem. The P.A. had
refused to turn them over to Israel.
Livnat, the nephew of Culture
and Sports Minister Limor Livnat,
had entered the Palestinian city of
Nablus in the West Bank to visit
Joseph's Tomb.
He and other worshipers did not
coordinate their visit with the Israeli
army, which coordinates monthly
prayer visits to the site.
The tomb is believed to be the
burial site of the biblical patriarch
Joseph and his two sons, Ephraim
and Manasseh.
Members of the Breslov sect fre-
quently sneak in to the tomb to pray
without coordinating their visits,
according to reports.

Legislation Enhancing
Holocaust Survivors'
Care Introduced
WASHINGTON (JTA) — A bipartisan
slate of congressional lawmakers intro-
duced a bill that would facilitate assis-
tance for Holocaust survivors.
The legislation introduced Tuesday in
the U.S. House by Representatives and
the U.S. Senate would add survivors to
a priority list for social services outlined
in the Older Americans Act.
It would name a staffer to oversee the
provision of such services, which would
include kosher meals and improved
An estimated 120,000 Holocaust sur-
vivors live in the United States today, at
an average age of 80; three of five sur-
vivors are women; and approximately
two-thirds of Holocaust survivors live
alone said a statement from the offices
of Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz
(D-Fla.) and Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
(R-Fla.), who introduced the measure
and have been advocating for such leg-
islation since 2010.
Sens. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) and Mark
Kirk (R-Ill.) introduced the bill in the
U.S. Senate.
The Jewish Federations of North
America, which worked with the law-
makers to advance the bill, said the bill
would help survivors remain in their
"Enabling Holocaust survivors to
age in place is vital for health, com-
fort and security, and brings dignity
to this vulnerable population:' said
William Daroff, the director of JFNAs
Washington office.
Also sponsoring the bill in the House
are Reps. Ted Deutch (D-Fla.), Brad
Schneider (D-Ill.), Dave Joyce (R-Ohio)
and Henry Waxman (D-Calif.); and
in the Senate, Sens. Barbara Mikulski
(D-Md.) and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.).

Suspect With Links To
Tsarnaevs Killed During
FBI Questioning
(JTA) — A Chechen man being
questioned for his connection to the
Tsarnaev brothers and a triple homi-
cide was killed after he attacked an FBI
agent with a knife, according to reports.
Ibragim Todashev, who was living
in Orlando, Fla., was being questioned
at his apartment on the homicides, in
which alleged Boston Marathon bomb-
er Tamerlan Tsarnaev was suspected of
being involved.
"The agent, two Massachusetts State
Police troopers, and other law enforce-
ment personnel were interviewing
(Todashev) ... when a violent con-
frontation was initiated by the indi-
vidual," the FBI said, according to
the Boston Herald. "The individual
was killed and the agent sustained

Obituaries on page 74


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