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28 Adar II March 30, 2014

Max Beal
Benjamin R. Berman
Sam Brown
Max Frazein
Martha Garfinkel
Jean Kaplan
Rose Katz
Bella M. Rabinovitch
Essie Rosenbloom
Benjamin Sussman

1 Nisan April 1, 2014

Lea Ferrer
Louis Gladstone
Salomon Marx
Dr Charles Ornstein

Bertha Palman
Annie Sarko
Harvey Phillip Sherman
Sara Siegel
Rose Smith
Morris Snyder
Sam Turkel

2 Nisan April 2, 2014

29 Adar II March 31, 2014

Misha Bickoff
Frida Klein Biegel
Lisa Birman
Rebecca Cohen
Goldie A. Delidow
Mary Ernstein
Abraham Holcman
Lillian Pitkowsky
Herman Schultz
Sarah Sherwin
Louis Shoskes
Minnie Shrager
Hannah Usher

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.

Jack Barck
Paul Alan Berent
Moshe Bordoley
Jacob Fleishman
Albert H. Friedman
Doris Hollo
Morton Krosnick
Fern Kunick
Eva Leach
Isadore E. Lichtenstein
Joseph Linder
Sadie Moehlman
Robert Benjamin Novitz
Sadie Rosenthal
Dr. Harold Rowe
Moishe Schwartz
Imre Weiss

3 Nisan April 3, 2014

Laura Burns
Manie Cohen
Isaac Goldstein
Philip Gordon

Sylvia Holtzman
Harry Rimar
Rachel Seyburn
Rabbi Ephraim F. Shapiro
Jack Sklar
Charles Williams

4 Nisan April 4, 2014

Jack Berman
Robert M Cohn
Sadie Cohn
Jennie Dorfman
Juda Gottlieb
Ruth Kaplan
Hyman Abraham Keys
Leon Levy
Betsey Linovitz
Louis Rudolph
Kay Russ
Gilbert Siegel
Moshe Woolf
Louis A Woolman

5 Nisan April 5, 2014

Marvin Berlin
Sylvia Docks
Rose Fridson
Reva Lipschutz
Ben Malzberg
Flora Morris
Samuel Remer
Sol Rudy

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

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Obituaries

of Bloomfield Hills,
died March 21,
2014.
Hanna was born
Ghana Weisz on
May 26, 1925, in
Weinstein
Bristrita, Romania,
c. 1996
to Rachel and
Shlomo Weisz. She
was one of seven
children. Her sib-
lings were David,
0 Caysr Yitzhak (Isaac),
Yisrael (Isadore),
UI IVOR
Gedalya (Geza),
Henneh and little
brother Chaim Isser. Hanna was
the epitome of hope and happiness.
She was a shining star whose bright
light shone no matter what the cir-
cumstances. All who knew her felt
enormous love and were touched
forever. She was a second mother
to many. She taught everyone what
truly matters in the world — love,
family, friends and the celebration
of life. She baked Hungarian pastries
for everyone, and her home was an
open door for anyone at any time of
the day.
Mrs. Weinstein is survived by her
son, Gyuri; loving husband, Aron
Weinstein; loving son, Dr. Bryan
Weinstein; loving daughter in-law,
Dr. Roya Soleymani-Weinstein; three
grandchildren, Jedidiah, Raphael



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HANNA
WEINSTEIN, 88,

New York/JTA
Gisela Kohn
Dollinger tricked death twice.
Soon after Kristallnacht in 1938,
Dollinger, at age 36, persuaded a
Gestapo official to release her hus-
band rather than send him to Dachau
or Buchenwald. The two then fled
Austria for Shanghai, China, where
she almost died of typhus.
Dollinger died March 10, 2014, in
New York City. She was 111 years old.
In 2005, at age 103, Dollinger
returned to Austria for the first time
since she and her husband fled. She

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and little Charlotte; a loving group of
nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grand-
nephews; two sisters-in-law, all of
whom adored her.
Contributions may be made to
Yad Ezra, 2850 W 11 Mile Road,
Berkley, MI 48072. Interment was
held at Hebrew Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

PHILLIP YORK, 79, of West

Bloomfield, died March 22, 2014.
He was an Army veteran and was
very active with Darchai Torah.
Mr. York is survived by his wife
of 52 years, Norma York; daughters
and son-in-law, Elise York, and part-
ner and friend, Joe Archer of Holt,
Marcy and Reuven Millman of Oak
Park; grandchildren, Ashlee Rose
Leeth, Chaim Millman, Shoshanna
and Benjamin Brodman, Miriam
Millman, Leah Brochie Millman,
Eliezer Daniel Millman; brother-in-
law and sister-in-law, Idene and Paul
Fink; niece and nephews, Brenda and
Dr. Larry Rothstein, Mark Rothstein.
He was the dear brother and
brother-in-law of the late Adele and
the late Hy Rothstein.
Contributions may be made to
Yeshivas Darchai Torah, 21550
W 12 Mile Road, Southfield, MI
48076; or to a charity of one's choice.
Interment was held at Machpelah
Cemetery in Ferndale. Arrangements
by Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

had been invited to speak at the
rededication of the synagogue her
father had helped found in the 1880s
and decided to use the trip as an
excuse for a family reunion. At least
22 family members came along.
During the trip, she guided family
members around Baden-be-Wien,
Austria, pointing out where family
members and other Jews lived.
"She also pointed out the homes of
the Nazis and their names," a family
historian said. "She'd say, 'I went to
school with her, and she married a
Nazi' She had a phenomenal memory
up until the end."

In Loving Memory of

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Who passed away March 21, 2011

Sadly missed and always remembered by
Children: Hadley & Beverly, Gary & Robin, Barry, Sheree
Grandchildren: Dan & Winifred, Thatcher & Kristen, Robert & Tarin,
Jason, Carly, Jaimee
Great Grandchildren: Madeline, Dylan, Cedar, Jasmine, Leah & Benjamin

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