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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-03

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Inc

Dr. Yarmolinsky,
Russian Scholar

Yitzhak Ironi,
Israeli Official

NEW YORK - Dr. Avra-
hm Yarmolinsky, a leading
scholar, critic and antholo-
gist in the field of Russian
literature, died Sept. 27 at
age 85.
Born in Russia, Dr. Yar-
molinsky was chief of the
Slavonic division of the New
York Public Library from
1918 to 1955, when he re-
tired.
He attened the University
of Neuchatel in Switzerland
before coming here in 1913.
He received a bachelor's de-
gree from City College in
1916 and his doctorate from
Columbia in 1921. He mar-
ried Babette Deutsch, the
poet and translator, with
vhom he collaborated in
editing "Modern Russian
Poetry" (1921) and later an-
thologies culminating in
"Two Centuries of Russian
Verse" (1966).
His last book, published
in 1973, was "Letters of
Anton Chekhov" in 1973.
His other publications in-
clude, "Turgenev: The Man,
His Art and His Age"
(1926), "Dostoyevsky: A
Life" and "The Road to Rev-
olution."

NEW YORK (JTA) - Yit-
zhak Ironi, director general
of Israel's Defense Ministry,
died of a heart attack Sept.
25 in his suite at the Re-
gency Hotel here. He was 53
years old.
Ironi arrived here with
Defense Minister Shimon
Peres last week, but did not
leave with Peres for Israel.

Deborah L. Wilkus

Deborah L. Wilkus, an ac-
tive member of several
women's and communal or-
ganizations, died Sept. 30 at
age 83.
Born in Fort Wayne, Ind.,
Mrs. Wilkus lived 75 years
in Detroit. She was a mem-
ber of Temple Beth El, Jew-
ish Welfare Federation,
Women's American ORT,
National Council of Jewish
Women and Hadassah.
She leaves a son, James;
two daughters, Mrs. Albert
(Mary) Mayer of New York
and Mrs. Lawrence (Bar-
bara) Handel of New York;
a brother, Theodore Lorenze
of California; five grandchil-
dren and three great-grand-
children.

Robert M. Davis

Robert. M. Davis, retired
sales supervisor for Shedd
Bartush Foods for 25 years,
died Sept. 29 at age 65.
Born in Charleston, W.
Va., Mr. Davis, a former De-
troiter, had been living in
Florida for the past 17
years. He retired 17 years
ago. He was a member of
Craftsman Lodge of the
Masons.
He leaves his wife, Ed-
ythe; two sons, Sheldon and
Stuart of Sherman Oaks,
Calif.; two brothers, Ber-
nard of California and Louis
of Florida; a sister, Mrs.
Betty Markowitz of Califor-
nia; and five grandchildren.
Interment Detroit.

Marc B. Graham

Marc B. Graham, founder
and president of the Marc B.
Graham Insurance Agency
in Detroit for more than 52
years, died Sept. 27.
A member of Temple
Beth El, and a 33rd degree
Mason, Mr. Graham was
also an avid outdoor enthu-
siast and sportsman.
He is survived by his son,
Marc Jr. of Los Angeles, and
a daughter, Mary.

OBITUARIES

BENJAMIN BACKA-
LAR, 24351 Coolidge, Oak

Park, died Sept. 26. Sur-
vived by a son, Jack A.; a
daughter, Mrs. Norman
(Mildred) Kramer of Wood-
land Hills, Calif.; a brother,
Jack Bocolor; five sisters,
Mrs. Rose Halperin, Mrs.
Daniel (Lilly) Berman, Mrs.
Ben (Rose) Shaffer, Mrs.
Esther Weingart and Ann;
and five grandchildren.
* * *

Born in Poland, Mr.
Ironi came to Palestine in
1932. He received a bache-
lor's degree from Colum-
bia University in New
York. He was director
general of the Ministry for
four years.

ROSE
(SIEGEL)
BERNSTEIN, 26326 Mea-

dowbrook Way, Lathrup
Village, died Oct. 1. Sur-
vived by a son, Marvin S.
Siegel; two daughters, Mrs.
Irving (Beatrice) Keys and
Mrs. Joseph (Mildred)
Fealk; a sister, Mrs. Harry
(Sarah) Leven of Los An-
geles, Calif.; seven grand-
children and seven great-
grandchildren.
* * *

He was director general
of the Israel Military Indus-
tries (TAAS) from 1967-71
and had been deputy direc-
tor general from 1953-67.
He served in the Hagana
and the Israel Defense
Force from 1940-50.

AARON BIENSTOCK,

Dr. Seltzer, 53

Dr. Joseph Seltzer, an
obstetrician and gynecolo-
gist with offices in South-
field and Madison Heights,
died Sept. 26.
Dr. Seltzer, of 17177 Sher-
field Pl., Southfield, was
born in Poland and lived in
Detroit for 20 years. He was
53. He was graduated from
the University of Toronto
Medical School in 1950.
He was a fellow of the
American College of Obste-
trics and Gynecology, and a
member of the American
Medical Association; the
board of trustees of Cong.
Bnai David; a member of
Craftsman Lodge; Moslem
and Crescent Shrine Clubs;
and past president of Tikva
Lodge, Bnai Brith, and the
Maimonides Medical So-
ciety.
He is survived by his wife,
Pearl; two daughters, Flori
and Linda; his mother, Mrs.
Fay Seltzer of Chatham,
Ont.; two brothers, Edward
of N. Miami Beach and Her-
man of Chatham; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Harry (Esther)
Jabish of N. Miami Beach.

Hatchetmen Fined

JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Two hatchetmen from He-
bron were fined and given
six-month suspended jail
sentences for cutting down
Jewish National Fund trees
near Kibutz Ruhama in
southern Israel.

Course Offered

NEW YORK (JTA) -
One of the five bicentennial-
rated adult division courses
at the New School for Social
Research during the fall
semester will deal with Jew-
ish aspects of the bicenten-
nial.
"The New York Jewish
Community - A Bicenten-
nial Perspective," will trace
the population, organiza-
tions and the political and
social roles of the Jewish
people in New York.

25350 Greenfield, Oak Park,
died Sept. 24. Survived by
his wife, Rose; two sons,
Reuben and Samuel; five
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
* *

SARAH

BIERMAN,

18914 Muirland, died Sept.
28. She leaves two sons, Gil-
bert of California and Ed-
win of Charleston, S.C.; two
daughters, Mrs. Marcus
(Eleanor) Sugarman and
Mrs. Harvey B. (Frances)
Goldberg; 13 grandchildren
and four great-grandchil-
dren.

Florence Perlman,
Hadassah Leader

1

BEN FLOF, 29300
Pointe-O-Woods Dr., South-
field, died Sept. 30. Survived
by his wife, Anna; a son,
Marvin; a sister, Mrs. Hy-
mie (Dora) Rosenzweigh of
New York; and four grand-
children.

* * *
CELIA GOLDBERG,

died Sept. 26. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Irving
(Martha) Reiter of Delray
Beach, Fla.; two sisters,
Mrs. Leonard (Rae) Cohen
and Mrs. Max (Tillie) Cohn
of California; three grand-
children and 10 great-
gran dch ildren.
* * *
ANNA GREEN died
Sept. 26. She leaves two
sons, Max of Denver and Er-
win of San Diego; two
daughters, Mrs. Alec (Fay)
Harrison and Mrs. Joe
(Ruth) Shriman; seven
brothers, Dr. Isadore Gould,
Carl Gould, Benjamin
Gould, Irving Gould, Lit-
man Gould, Louis Gould
and Morris Gould; five
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

*

* *

SARAH LENA (HO-
ROWITZ) KALISH, 19100

W. Seven Mile, died Sept.
25. Survived by four sons,
Louis A., Josef, Max H. and
Lawrence H.; a daughter,
Mrs. Murray (Evelyn) Lib-
erman; 15 grandchildren
and eight great-grandchil-
dren.

* * *
LILLIAN KERNER-
MAN, former Detroiter of

San Diego, died Sept. 28.
NEW YORK - Florence Survived by her husband,
Perlman, a longtime Hadas- Albert J.; a son, Maurice of
sah leader, died Sept. 23 at New York; two daughters,
Mrs. Milton (Geraldine)
age 79.
Widow of Nathan D. Perl- Levine of San Diego and
man, Justice of the Court of Rita Moers of Los Angeles;
Special Sessions, New York three brothers, including
State Attorney General and Hy Shier of Detroit; three
United States Representa- sisters, including Mrs. Abe
tive for four terms, Mrs. (Eve) Neidelman of Detroit;
Perlman was a member of five grandchildren and two
the national board of Had- great-grandchildren. Inter-
assah and a former national ment San Diego.
* * *
secretary, vice president
VIOLA
KOPP of Royal
and treasurer.
She was chairman of the Oak, died Sept. 28. Survived
Hadassah Medical Organi- by her husband, Lawrence
zation and of its Israel edu- J.; three sons, Rudolph
cation services, the Jewish Newman, Dave Newman
National Fund and its mem- and Stanford Newman; 10
bership and public relations grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
committees.
* * *
At her death, she was
MOLLY
LESSER, 18245
chairman of the committee
for a new Hadassah build- Lesure, died Sept. 27. She
ing to be occupied early next leaves her husband, Abe;
three sons, Jeffrey, Roger
year.
and Steven; her father,
Louis Ulanoff; four sisters,
The Family
Mrs. Saul (Sophie) Golden,
of the Late
Mrs. Harry (Lillian) Komer,
Mrs.Raymond ( Edith) Lie-
SAUL
berman and Sarah Ulanoff;
TARNOPOL
and one grandson.

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

*

LEONARD L. SLOBIN,

27268 Arden Park Circle W.,
Farmington Hills, died
Sept. 29. He leaves his wife,
Sharon; three sons, Wil-
liam, Robert and Richard;
his mother, Mrs. Irving
(Bess) Slobin; and a brother,
Martin.

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HARRY SHULMAN,

28590 S. Harwich, Farming-
ton Hills, died Sept. 27. Sur-
vived by a daughter, Mrs.
William (Rose) Berman; two
sisters, Mrs. Alex (Molly)
Solomon and Mrs. Ben
(Anna) Maxman of New Jer-
sey; four grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
* * *

S AR A H SILBERG,

15240 Kenwood, Oak Park,
died Oct. 1. Survived by a
son, David: a sister, Mrs. Es-
ther Kramer of North
Miami, Fla.: and three
grandchildren.

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11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
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Cemeteries on Woodward

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DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

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MONUMENTS BY

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SHIRLEY I. MARCUS,

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., SOUTHFIELD

55

Oak Park, died Sept. 20. He
leaves his wife, Suzanne Hu-
guette Mariani; a son,
James; his mother, Mrs.
James (Jennie) Mariani; and
two sisters, Mrs. Paul
(Dorothy) Nicklas of Coral
* * *
Springs, Fla. and Mrs. Ken-
neth E. (Micki) Kuschell.
BESSIE SONSHINE
* * *
died Sept. 27. She leaves her
ENID BETTY MAR- husband, Joseph; a son,
WIL, 256 W. Hickory Louis; a daughter, Mrs. Ber-
Grove, Bloomfield Hills, tha. Ross; one brother, two
died Sept. 30. She leaves her sisters, four grandchildren
husband, Dr. Thomas; a and one great-grandson.
* * *
son, Jack; two daughters,
HENRY
W. STAN-
Mrs. Gregory (Marcia) Kaz-
DISH,
6238
Brace, died
mierski and Deborah; a sis-
ter, Mrs. George (Shirley) Sept. 30. He leaves a son,
Agree; and two grandchil- Henry E. Jr.; four brothers
and six sisters.
dren.
* * *
* * *
RAE
WEINTRAUB
of
LILLIAN SANDYS, for-
mer Detroiter of Hallan- Brooklyn, N.Y., died Sept.
dale, Fla., died Sept. 23. 27. She is survived by three
Survived by her husband, sons, Irving of Farmington,
Charles; and a sister, Ruth Milton of Brooklyn, and
- Silbar. Interment Hallan- Henry of Glen Cove, N.Y.:
two daughters, Mrs. Harold
dale.
* * *
(Mae) Zlotnik of Brooklyn
HERMAN SCHWARTZ, and Mrs. Frank (Shirley) -
14611 Balfour, Oak Park, Bernstein of West Engle-
died Sept. 30. He leaves his wood, N.J.; 12 grandchil-
wife, Esther; two sons, Ber- dren and 11 great-grand-
nard and David; a daughter, children. Interment
Diane; his father, Samuel; Paramus, N.J.
two brothers, David and
Harry; two sisters, Mrs. Hy-
man (Evelyn) Levenson and
Mrs. Otto (Helen) Grubner;
and two grandchildren.

During the

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge

OAK PARK -

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PFC. DAVID Y. MARI-
ANI, 21733 Stratford Ct.,

* *

30410 Southfield, South-
field, died Sept. 30. She
leaves a son, Gary; two
brothers, Leonard Stone
and Leon Stone, and three
grandchildren.

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Next to Stanley Steamer

i

coming week
Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the
following d .-
parted friends;
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial •Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and .
Studying of
Mishnayos.

TISHRI OCT.
MAX B. BERENT
30
5
IDA BRONSTEIN
30
5
IDA FREEDMAN
30
5
BRACHA GOLDSTEIN
30
5
SAM ROSENBERG
30
5
FREDA SACHS
30
5
HIRSCH SAPERSTEIN
30
5
MAURICE STEINGOLD
30
5
CHESHVAN
NOAH BUSHKIN
1
6
TZVI ENGELBAUM
1
6
HENRY HUBERT
1
6
SIDNEY KAPLAN
1
6
DORA KRAMER
1
6
THEODORE SHAFFER
1
6
MARY BERMAN
2
7
NECHEMIAH ISBEE
2
7
ISADORE KATZ
2
7
SAMUEL PAUL
2
7
LOUIS SHEFTEL
2
7
LOUIS AARON
3
8
LOUIS GOLDSMITH
.3
8
JACOB HERSCHBERG
3
8
PHYLLIS S. HERWITZ
3
8
PHYLLIS S. HURWITZ
3
8
LOUIS I. KRAMER
3
8
LIBBIE SCHNEIDER
3
8
REBECCA SIEGEL
3
8
FANNIE STEINGOLD
3
8
ISAAC KATCHKE
4
9
BESSIE RADIN
4
9
ISSIE RICHMAN
4
9
SARINA ROTHBARD
4
9
PHILIP BLOOM
5
10
PEARL CADEN
5
10
SYLVIA DEAN
5
10
ALEX LIPSON
5
10
CHANNAH ROSSEN
5
10
SZERINKE GANSEL
6
11
SOLOMON J. FISCHER
6
11
ROSE KALISH
6
11
EDWARD NEWMAN
6 11
ABRAHAM TKATCH
6
11
FANNY WEISSMAN
6
11

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