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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH 'NEWS

Memorial Service Held in Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The national memorial serv-
ice for soldiers whose place

Lillian Harrison

Lillian Harrison, a mem-
ber of several religious or-
ganizations, died Feb. 24 at
age 76.
Born in Lithuania, Mrs.
Harrison was a member of
Adat Shalom Synagogue
and its sisterhood, Hadas-
sah, a member of the Jewish
National Fund, a charter
aher of the Women's
r Cholem Organization
and the Ezrath Group. She
resided at 30256 Southfield,
Southfield.
She leaves her husband,
Beryl; a son, Alvin W.; a
daughter, Mrs. Samuel
(Jean) Kaner; two brothers,
David Zellman and Edward
Zellman; eight grandchil-
dren and four great-grand-
children.

of burial is unknown took
place last Tuesday at the
Mount Herzl Military Ceme-
tery. The service included
all the soldiers who were
killed since World War II
until the Yom Kippur War.
Defense Minister Shimon
Peres and Army Chief of
Staff Mordechai Gur partic-
ipated in the service along
with other ministers and
high-ranking army officers.

Arieh Dostrovsky

M

OBITUARIES

JACK ALLWEIL, 18131
Roseland, Lathrup Village,
died Feb. 25. He leaves his
wife, Alice; a son, Mandel;
and a daughter, Toby.
* *
LOUIS BORDEN, 26715
Greenfield, Southfield, died
Feb. 23. Survived by his
wife, Rose; two daughters,
Mrs. Edward (Zelda) Gatter
of Windsor and Mrs. Louis
(Lila) Disner; a sister, Mrs.
Frances Utchenick; an6 six
grandchildren.
* * *
NORMAN BUCHMAN,
15231 Darmouth, Oak Park,
died Feb. 22. Survived by his
wife, Reva; a son, Dave; a
daughter, Jeanette; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Ethel Simon and
Mrs. Mary Ablitz of Los An-
geles; and two grandchil-
dren.
* * *
ANNIE CHASON, 23080
Valley Crest Ln., South-
field, died Feb. 22. She
leaves a son, Jacob L.; a

JERUSALEM - Prof.
Arieh Dostrovsky, the or-
ganizer and first head of the
Hebrew University-Hadas-
sah School of Medicine, died
Feb. 9 at age 88.
Born in Russia, Dr. Dos-
trovsky studied in Basel and
Vienna before immigrating
to Israel in 1919. He headed
the department of derma-
tology at the Hadassah-Uni-
versity Hospital for 36
years, and was a pioneer in
the fight against epidemic
Yaacob Timan, 72 • skin diseases. He was also
TEL AVIV (JTA) - Yaa- instrumental in developing
cob Timan, an actor and the mineral baths at Ein Bo-
founder of the first Jewish kek on the Dead Sea.
satirical theater in Israel,
died here Feb. 15 at age 72.
Mr. Timan was born in
Namir, Ex-Envoy
Russia and came to Pales-
tine in 1925. He founded the
and Mayor
"Hakumkum" theater and
its successor, the "Matate"
TEL AVIV (JTA) - Mor- law and economics at
(Broom), which employed
satire to attack social and dechai Namir, former Odessa University. He was
cultural evils of the Jewish mayor of Tel Aviv, secretary arrested in the early 1920s
community in Palestine and general of Histadrut and for Zionist activities. Upon
the anti-Zionist attitude of minister of labor died Sat- his release in 1924 he came
the British mandatory re- urday at age 78. He was eu- to Palestine and two years
logized by Mayor Shlomo later became the secretary
gime.
The "Matate" theater Lahat, Histadrut secretary of the Labor Party.
He became circulation
closed down after Israel's general Yeruham Meshel,
independence but Timan and Yehoshua Rabinowitz manager of Davar and in
continued to perform with a who was a former Tel Aviv 1929 was named director of
small company of actors in mayor and is presently min- Histadrut's statistical de-
new immigrant townships ister of finance. For the last partment. In 1944 he be-
six years Mr. Namit was came a member of the His-
and border settlements.
confined to his home after tadrut Executive.
suffering a stroke.
I
Mr. Namir was promi-
nent as a diplomat. He was
a special envoy to Ro-
mania, Bulgaria, Czecho-
slovakia and then was ap-
pointed counselor of the
Unveiling announcements
Israeli legation in Mos-
may be inserted by mail or by
cow.
calling The Jewish News of-
In 1949 he replaced Golda
fice, 17515 W. 9 Mile Rd.,
Meir as ambassador to Mos-
Southfield, Mich., 48075,
cow. In 1951 he was elected
424-8833. Written announce-
secretary general of Histad-
ments must be accompanied
rut and was subsequently
by the name and address of
the person making the inser-
elected to the Knesset.
tion. There is a standing
In 1956 he was minister of
charge of $4.50 for an unveil-
labor and in 1959 was
ing notice, measuring an inch
elected Tel Aviv's mayor, a
in depth, and $8.50 for a notice
position he held for almost
two inches deep with a black
Mordechai. Namir
10 years and then relin-
border.
* * *
Born in the Ukraine, he quished the post because of
The family of the late received a traditional Jew- failing health.
Betman announces ish education and studied
He had been active as a
unveiling of a monu-
member of the Tel Aviv
ment in his memory 1:30
Municipal Council since
p.m. Sunday, March 2, at
1935, was a member of the
CARD
OF
THANKS
Clover Hill Memorial
Hagana's national head-
The family of the late quarters, and had been a
Park. Rabbi Sperka will
officiate. Relatives and Benjamin Densen ac- member of the presidium
friends are asked to at- knowledges with grateful of the World Zionist Action
appreciation the many Committee and the World
tend.
kind expressions of sym- Jewish Congress.
pathy extended by rela-
During his tenure as Tel
tives and friends during Aviv mayor he began a slum
The Family of
the family's recent be- clearance program on the
the Late
reavement.
beachfront and a project to
establish a business and
Louis
commercial center there. He
was instrumental in expel-
Eisensmith
ling the Israeli Communist
Party from Histadrut in
,. In loving memory of our 1953.
Wishes to acknowledge
the kindnesses extended to
beloved wife and mother,
Mr. Namir was the author
it during its recent bereave-
Mary Lakritz, who passed of "Work in Progress,"
ment.
away March 8, 1973. Sadly "Industry in Palestine," and
missed by her son, Howard; "Yearly Economic Palestine
and husband, Max.
Summaries."

Mordechai
Labor Minister

Monument
Unveilings

(In Memoriam

Friday, February 28, 1975 47

Edward J.; a daughter, Mrs.
Lillian Rubin; four grand-
children and one great-
grandson.
* * *
BELLE SCHWARTZ,
16150 Oxley, Southfield,
died Feb. 20. She leaves two
sons, Samuel and Barney J.;
a daughter, Mrs. Leon M.
(Dorothy) Zechman; 12
grandchildren and 21 great-
grandchildren.
* * *
EMANUEL SHESEL-
SKY, 20415 Snowden Ct.,
died Feb. 25. Survived by his
wife, Clara; and nieces and
nephews.
* * *
* * *
BETTY TERENYI, 19100
W. Seven Mile, died Feb. 20.
IDA DREYFUS of She leaves two sisters, Mrs.
Southfield died Feb. 26. She
Morris (Dorothy) Green-
leaves a son, Merle; and a
stein and Mrs. Carl H.
daughter, Mrs. Audree Lip-
(Anne) Jaeger.
son; a brother, Morris Fuhr
* * *
of California; and four
ROBERT WAGMAN, 600
grandchildren.
W. Huron, Ann Arbor, died
* * *
Feb. 25. He leaves a son, Dr.
AARON HERSH FOX,
Frederick H.; two brothers,
former Detroiter of Toledo,
Joseph of Hartford, Conn.,
Ohio, died Feb. 19. Survived
and Hyman; and two grand-
by his wife, Sue; his par-
children.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
* * *
(Rose) Fox; a brother,
MARIE WEISMAN,
Mayer J.; and his grand- 29401 Leemoor Dr., South-
mother, Mrs. Mamie Seli-
field, died Feb. 25. She
kowitz.
leaves her husband, Marvin;
* * *
two daughters, Diane and
IDA M. GREENBERG, Karen; her parents, Mr. and
15215 James, Oak Park, died
Mrs. Robert (Lillian) Hod-
Feb. 26. She leaves a son,
gins; two brothers and one
Marshall; and a brother,
sister.
* *
Milton E. Greenberg of
Palm Springs, Calif.
AUDREY
WILLIAMS,
* * *
• 10361 Corning, Oak Park,
ROGER M. LIPSON died died Feb. 22. She leaves a
Feb. 22. He leaves his wife, son, Daniel; her mother,
Marcia; three sons, Paul Mrs. Jacob (Sunny) Mevis;
Lipson of Encino, Calif., and two sisters, Mrs. Robert
Jeffrey Sobel and Barry (Elaine) Ettinger and Mrs.
Sobel; a daughter, Mrs. Mi- Sam (Blossom) Saad.
chael (Robyn) Parks of Los
Angeles; a brother, Albert
M. of Williamsburg, Ky.;
three sisters, Mrs. Maurice
(Rose) Mackey, Mrs. Ken-
neth (Pearl) Levine and Mrs.
Raymond (Sandra) Kahrn-
off; and one granddaughter.
* * *
HERBERT MEYERS,
25632 Lincoln Terrace Dr.,
Oak Park, died Feb. 20. Sur-
vived by a sister, Mrs.
Emely Dykes of Los An-
geles; nephews and nieces.
* * *
EVA MILLER, former
Detroiter of Los Angeles,
died Feb. 19. Survived by
her husband, James; two
sons, Marvin and Allen; a
daughter, Mrs. Michael
(Roberta) Drickman of Cali-
fornia; her mother, Mrs.
Lena Techner; two brothers,
Manuel Feldstein of South-
field and Seymour Techner
A telephone call to us,
of Toronto; and four grand-
gives you the assurance
children. Interment Los
that a man you know is
Angeles.
helping you.
* * *
We can make the desired
BERNARD MOSS of
arrangements regardless
Royal Oak died Feb. 26. He
of where a death occurs.
leaves a sister, Mrs. Jack
(Bessie) Benyes.
Worldwide Service
* * *
FRANCES NEVINS,
IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL
19100 W. Seven Mile, died
Feb. 22. Survived by two sis-
ters, Mrs. Sarah Schulzin-
18325 W. Nine Mile Rd.
ger and Mrs. Ben (Rose) Ap-
Southfield
pel of Windsor.
Elgin 7-5200
* * *
Ira and Herbert Kaufman
HERMINA POLITZER,
19190 Votrobeck Dr., died
Feb. 24. She leaves a son,

daughter, Mrs. Manuel
(Frieda) Grossman; four
grandchildren and one
great-grandson.
* * *
ALBERT DRESNER,
16225 W. Nine Mile, South-
field, died Feb. 15. He leaves
his wife, Judith; a son, Rich-
ard; a daughter, Mrs.
Charles (Carole) Cates; five
brothers, Morris H. Dres-
ner, Jack Brimberg, Sol S.
Dresner, Milton H. Dresner
and Joseph S. Dresner; his
mother, Mrs. Hyman
(Sadie) Dresner; a sister,
Mrs. Louis (Betty) Cohen;
and one grandson.

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Studying of
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Abraham M. Kreplak
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Bessie Bulkin
Jacob Chaben
Anna Chausky
Hyman Lerner
Abraham Marcus
Leah Menuck
Meyer Schwartz
Sylvia Silverstein
Abraham Dubrinsky
Leopold Hirsch
Fannie Katz
Abram Martin
Harry Marwil
Roy Radner
Tillie Shkolnick
Nathan Shecter
Sadie Tzevine
Betty Barill
Alexander Farber
Norman Fill
Mollie Goldberg
Sarah Horovitz
Nathan Kane
Harvey L. Leach
Rebecca Lipshitz
Sylvia Miller
Hattie Oppenhiem
Channa Reitman
Abraham Deroven
Rachel L. Ellenson
Jacob Weinschenk
Jessie Berris
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