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Friday, June 3, 1977 55

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JNF Nahla, Grove to Honor
Memory of Rebecca Saks, 85

( Tribute to the memory of honor of the State of Mich-
;7 Rebecca Panush Saks. who igan Mother of the Year.
died last Saturday at age
The ,JNF Israel Nahla
--85. was marked by an-
(settlement) will be in her
nouncements at funeral memory and in that of her
) services at Kaufman Chap- first husband. the late Abra-
el Sunday that a nahla and ham Panush.
a grove of trees by the .Jew-
As she had requested. the
ish National Fund will corn- prayerbook she brought
' memorate her devotion to with her from her birth-
Israel and Zionism.
. place in Poland and had
Mrs. Saks is survived by used throughout her life-
four sons, Louis Panush. time of devotional ober-
Bernard Panush of Clear- vances was interred with
water. Fla.. Irving Panush her.
At her request also, the
and Sol Panush: 11 grand-
c • dren and 18 great grand- Torah she had presented in
memory of her late hus-
ren.
charter member of the band. Abraham Panush. to
1 Ladies' Auxiliary of the Con g . Beth Aaron. now
? Jewish National Fund, Mrs. Beth Achim, was used at
Saks was a JNF life mem- the services held at the
ber and was also a life home of her son - Louis Pan-
ush.
L, member of Hadassah.
In 1966 she received the

,

Irving Raizin

E Y. Ornestein, 81,
Jewish Publisher

TEL AVIV (JTA)-Ye-
hoshua Ornestein. one of
-the first Jewish publishers
in Palestine. died last
month at age 81. Mr. Ornes-
tein was born in Poland and
came to Palestine in the
early 1920's when he estab-
lished the Yavneh Pub-
lishing House.
Among its publications
were the first Hebrew en-
cyclopedia. Michlal. the
works of S. Shalom. Ari
Ibn-Zahay. the Kassoutto
Bible and the Midrash
Raba.

Samuel Weisz, 88


'

Samuel Weisz. oldest
member of Cong. Bnai
Moshe, died May 31 at age
88.
Born in Hungary. Mr.
Weisz lived 43 years in De-
troit. A kosher butcher, for-
merly located at Linwood
and Calvert Ayes., Mr.
Weisz retired 15 years ago.
He also was a member of
the Hebrew Benevolent So-
ciety. He resided at 25115
Biarritz Cir.. Oak Park.
He is survived by a son.
Melvin: seven grand-
children and nine great-
grandchildren.

The Family
of the Late

MAX
FRIEDMAN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
a• - friends during the
1y s recent be r-
egvenie n t.

Irving Raizin. founder
and former owner of Capi-
tol Egg and Poultry in Wind-
sor. died May 27.
Born in Russia. Mr. Rai-
zin retired earlier this year.
He was a member of Bnai
Brith in Windsor.
He leaves his wife.
Adele; and two daughters.
Caryn Ellen and Lori
Lynne.

Abraham Segal,
Jewish Educator

NEW YORK (JTA)-
Abraham Segal. a distin-
guished „educator of Ameri-
can Reform Judaism and
the immediate past director
of the Department of Educa-
tion of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations.
died May 24 at age 66.

He became a member of
the UAHC staff in 1965 as
the director of adult and
teacher education. From
1935 until his move to New
York. Mr. Segal earned a
leading reputation as both a
secular and Jewish educa-
tor in the school systems of
Philadephia.

For 30 years he served as
a teacher of English and
Shakespeare in various
Philadelphia high schools,
as an instructor at Gratz
College and as a leading
participant in the city-wide
activities in the Board of
Jewish Education. He was
a graduate )f the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania and
Gratz College.

During his professional ca-
reer. Mr. Segal authored a
wide range of texts utilized
in Jewish education.

OBITUARIES

ALBERT A. BLITZ, 76.

18177 South

Dr.. South field

died May 28. Survived by
his wife. Ethel: two sons.
Robert' L- and Jerrold W.:
two sisters. Mrs. Rose Ka-
minsky and Mrs. Maurice
( Florence) Cohen of To-
ledo, Ohio and four grand-
children.

vived by his wife. Faye-.
I wo sons. Jerry of meonix
and Bruce of Denver: a sis-
ter and four grandchildren.

rack two skiers. Lillian
and Mary: and seven ,Ltrand-
children.

sisters in Boston and three
grandchildren. Interment
Brookline. Mass.

Interment Phoenix.

DAVID A. SHIFMAN. 20.
died May 29. He leaves his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bur-
ton R. (Suzanne) Shifman:
three sisters. _Bette Ellen.
Carole and Abbv: and his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph (Jean) Shifman and
Mr. and Mrs. Louis (Ann)
Kerner.

WILLIAM SMALL, for-
mer Detroiter of Los Angel-
es. Calif., died May 30, Sur-
vived by his wife, Hilda:
three sons. Harvey. Sheldon
and Stanley. all of Los An-
geles; a brother. Irving H.
of Southfield: and grand-
children. Interment Los An-
geles.

May 28. She leaves her hus-
band. Manuel: a son, Joel:
two daughters. Mrs. Larry
(Barbara) Goldstein and
Mrs. Ray (Judy) Pre-
homme - of Windsor: her
mother. Mrs. Sarah Rader:
three brothers. Arthur
Rader. Dave Rader and Ed-
ward Rader: and four
grandchildren.

died May 31. He leaves his
wife, Julia: a son. Harold;
two daughters. Mrs. Lau-
rence (Audrey) Sturman of
Albany. N.Y.. and Mrs. Ber-
nard (Evelyn) Sylvan of
New Zealand; and eight
grandchildren. Services 1
p.m. Sunday at Ira Kauf-
man Chapel.

* * *

BEN KIMMEL, 82. died
May 31. He leaves his wife.
Evelyn; a son. Morris H.:
and three grandchildren.

***

DORIS FANTICH, 62. for-

mer Detroiter of Holly-
wood. Fla.. died May 27.
Survived by her husband.
Max: a son.. Charles: two
brothers. Phillip B. Rich-
man and Morris Richman:
a sister. Mrs. Rose Kelley
of Hollywood: and four
grandchildren.

ESTHER GOLD. 78, 15075
W. Lincoln, Oak Park, died
May 26. Survived' by two
sons. Milton S. of Los Angel-
es, Calif.. and Irving: a
daughter. Mrs. George
( Diana ) Bogorad: two broth-
ers, Robert Robbins and
Harty Robbins of Montreal:
two sisters. Mrs. Hyman
(Ann) Jacobson of Mt. Cle-
mens and Mrs. Jack (Ger-
trude ► Feldman: and eight
grandchildren.
***
LEWIS GOODMAN, 51,
former -Detroiter of Chi-
cago. died May 29. Survived
by his wile. Barbara: four
sons. Robert. Randy. Billie
and Barry: a daughter, Deb-
bie : a brother. Hyman of
Oak Park: two sisters. Mrs.
Marion Nussbaum of Cincin-
nati and Mrs. Ilene Fruman
of Farmington Hills: his
parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Goodman of South-
field: and one grandchild.
Interment Chicago.
***
JOSEPH GROSS, 65, for-
mer Detroiter of Phoenix.
Ariz., died May 20. Sur-

litIC Cites oman
ho Saved Jews

NEW YORK-Dr. Ger-
trude Luckner. 76. a devout
German Catholic social
worker. editor and writer.
who was responsible for sav-
ing the lives of hundreds of
Jews during the Hitler era.
is coming to the United
States to receive an honor-
ary degree from Hebrew
Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion on Sun-
day.
Dr. Alfred Gottschalk.
president of Hebrew Union
College. will confer the hon-
orary Doctor of Humane
Letters upon her at com-
mencement exercises.

-

ADOLPH LEIB, 69, 24657

Rensselaer. Oak Park. died
.June 1. Survived by his
wife„Josephine: three
daughters. Mrs. Morris
(Annie) Ginis. Mrs. Sylvia
Landau and Ruth: a broth - .
en, Joseph of Skokie. Ill.: a
sister, Mrs. Hilda Drevfuss
of Milwaukee, Wis.: and six
grandchildren.
***
HENRY A. LESSEN, , 86.
former Detroiter of Holly-
wood. Fla.. died May 30. He
leaves his wife. Bertha: a
son. Morris H.: two sisters,
Mrs. Charles (Mary) Scott
of Cincinnati and Mrs.
Morris (Fannie) ) Berman of
Israel; three grandchildren
and five great-grand-
children. Interment Detroit.

..*
ROSE SHULTZ, 59. died

***

7

DOROTHY
TEREBELO

eknow ledges Nv it h
gi a le fa ■
i. pprecia lion
the Anan ■ .
kind ex-
pressi,ns of ...: ,,,pa thy
extended 1, relative,
and friends during t he
family, recent tier-
ea% etneni.

WE REMEMBER

BORIS SINEL, 83, died

rim1ZIN 71t1

May 26. He leaves a son,
George of New York; two



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Park, died May 28. Sur-
vived by his wife. Eliza-
beth: two daughters. Ger-
trude and Rochelle: a broth-
er, Morris of Brazil: and
two sisters. Gizella of
Brooklyn, N.Y., and Mrs.
Ratze Mares of Israel.

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SIVAN JUNE

ARTHUR NIDA, 81. died

May 27. He leaves his son,
Alfred J:: a sister, Mrs.
Mack (Esther) Barnett;
and two grandsons.

MONUMENTS BY

BERG
URBACH

AND

***

SOLOMON HARRISON
POLLINGER, 73, former

Detroiter of St. Petersburg,
Fla., died May 29. He
leaves his wife. Zelda: a
son, Richard -E. of New
York -; a brother. Ben: and
two sisters. Mrs. Eugene
(Mildred) Sims and Mrs_
Milton (Nettie) ) Smith. Inter-
ment Detroit.

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

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OAK PARK
Next to Stanley Steamer

***

"

KATHERINE SCHULTZ.

71. 26715 Greenfield. South-
field. died May 31. Survived
by two sons. Saul of Mariet-
ta. Ga., and Alvin; a broth-
er. Ben Chessler: two sis-
ters. Mrs. Judith Barron
and Mrs. Maurice C.
(Rose) Jacobson of Los An-
geles; and five grand-
children.

***

During the
coming week
Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the
following de-
parted friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memorial
Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnayos.

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

BENCE MERMELS-
TEIN, 68, 15461 Park, Oak

y5 - tst nizItt

l i t 411, t4t1/: PV 41411

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Monuments For
All Jewish Cemeteries

SHELDON GRANITE
•,
COMPANY
I
I . SAM GORLICK

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(owner)

'Serving the Jewish Community
I.
for over 60 years

REUBEN SERLING, 75,

died May 28. He leaves his
wife. Rose: two sons. Leon
and Jack: a brother. Is-

368-3556

1

19800 WOODWARD
(Betty. 7 & 8 Mile)

I

ISAAC BRANDT
AARON LEVINE
JOSEPH MILLER
SOL SKLAR
HEDWIG R. CARLEBACH
ABRAHAM DUBIN
IDA GOLDMAN
ROSE HELLER
MORRIS JACOBSON
LOUIS ARONOFF
WILLIAM COHEN
NORMAN EGREN
LOUIS GELFUND
BROCHA R. GREENBERG
DAVID GREENBERG
ISAAC ROSENTHAL
MOSES WEINGARDEN
IDA COHEN
JACOB HOLLAND
ALBERT PRIV
JACOB B. SHLAIN
ISRAEL STILLERMAN
BERTHA COSSMAN
ISADORE GLATTSTEIN
MAX KOZLOWSKI
SIDNEY LORFEL
JOSEPH ROSENBERG
ERIC WEISS
MEYER BERENT
SARAH FANTICH
DORA KRAUS
JACOB SUROWITZ
CHARLES USHER
HENRY WEINBAUM
ISADORE DIAMOND
SARAH FEIGELMAN
DORIS GREENSTEIN
ILKO LIEBMAN
RACHEL L. NEUFELD
EDITH POSS

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Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
Southfield
557-6750

In Blessed Memory of Our Beloved

LOUIS MARGOLIS

The Family
of the Late

ALBERT SUMMERS, 77,

c at

Who passed away Nlay 30. 1962. -- Though 1 5 years
have passed, you are forever in our hearts. - Sadly
missed by his children, grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.

`Memoria l

Mat Shalom Synagogue
851-5100

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