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Friday, January 12, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

M. Mendelsohn
H. Shmulewitz,
Yeshiva Dean, 76 Michael Robert Mendel-

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Rabbi Haim Shmulewitz,
_ dean of the Mir Yeshiva,
' - died Jan. 1. He was 76.
A product of the pre-war
Lithuanian yeshiva world,
Rabbi Shmulewitz was con-
sidered a foremost Tal-
mudist and leading expo-
' nent of the "Mussar" school
— the teachings of self-
discipline and religious phi-
' losophy developed in the
Lithuanian yeshivot during
the last century.
"Mussar" talks in the
yeshiva in Jerusalem's
4 Mea Shearim quarter used
to attract hundreds of stu-
dents each week.
Rabbi Shmulewitz was
born in Kovno and studied
under Rabbi Shimon Shkop.
In 1925 he moved into the
Mir Yeshiva, became one of
its top student-teachers,
and eventually married —
as was the custom in the
yeshivot — the daughter of
the dean, Rabbi Eliezer
Yehuda Finkel. From 1936
he was head of the yeshiva.

"

Aaron Lipin, 72

Aaron _Lipin, retired fur-
niture and lighting man-
ufacturer's representative
died Jan. 3 at age 72.
Born in Rochester, N.Y.,
Mr. Lipin lived 68 years in
Detroit. He was a member of
Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith
since 1938 and a past
president of its bowling
league. He was a past
president of the metropoli-
tan Detroit Bnai Brith
Bowling Association and a
past member of the board of
governors of, the Interna-
tional Bnai Brith Bowling
Association.
He leaves two sons,
Richard and Donald; two
daughters, Mrs. Darryl
(Shari) Lieberman and Mrs.
Martin (Barbara) Silver-
man; a brother, Max; two
sisters, Mrs. Rose LeNoble
and Mrs. Bert Bassin, both
of North Miami Beach, Fla.;
and five grandchildren.

Lev-Landau, 83,
Artist and Poet

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Lev-Landau, an artist and
Yiddish poet, died Jan. 7 at
age 83.
Born Samuel D. Landau
in Warsaw, Poland, Lev-
Landau was a landscape
and figurative artist whose
wo- ks featuring symbolic
overtones were exhibited at
shows at some of the major
museums in this country.
was a poet and at one
was on the staff of the
now defunct New York Yid-
dish daily, The Day-
Morning Journal, and also
wrote for the Jewish Daily
Forward.

t( In Memory Of Our
Beloved Wife and
Mother

sohn, a student at the
Cooley Law School in Lans-
ing, died Jan. 4 at age 24.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Mendelsohn was graduated
in 1976 from Michigan
State University. He held a
third degree black belt in
karate. He resided at 29264
Franklin Hills Dr., South-
field.
He leaves his father,
Richard; his mother, Au-
drey Shatz; a brother, Scott;
a sister, Mrs. Brian (Lauri)
Ball of Lansing; and his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard (Pauline) Raphael
of New Haven, Conn.

MDA Cites Three

HAIFA — A 22-year-old
Israeli Arab and two Jewish
pensioners were recently
awarded the Dr. Baruch
Nissenboim Memorial Prize
at the Magen David Adorn
Emanuel and Stella Celler
Medical Center in Haifa.
This award is granted by
MDA, Israel's Red Cross
Service, each year to three
outstanding volunteers.
Abdallah Abu Tarrous,
son of a Haifa grocer, has
been an active MDA volun-
teer for the last four years.
Besides his regular night
duty at the MDA Haifa sta-
tion, Abdallah is also a skil-
led first aid instructor. In
emergency, he also serves
on an MDA Mobile Cardiac
Rescue Unit, having suc-
cessfully completed a rigor-
ous course.
Naomi Gottleiser, co-
recipient of the Nissenboim
Prize, is one of Magen David
Adom's most senior volun-
teers, having been a first aid
volunteer for more than 40
years.
The third recipient of the
award, Shmuel Tepper, re-
tired last year. Since then,
he has reported regularly,
four times each week, to the
MDA Haifa station — in
addition to his,other volun-
teer activities.

The Family
of the Late

IDA N. BARDACH, 59,
died Jan. 5. She leaves her
husband, Leo; a son, Stuart
of San Diego, Calif.; a
daughter, Ellyce; two
brothers, Morton J. Nahan
and Irvin Nahan of Barto,
Pa.; and two sisters, Mrs.
Arthur (Ruth) Shapiro and
Mrs. Louis (Ann) Pelta,

W.S. Wasserman,
Leading Banker

BESS MEYERS

FANNY
YANCOVITCH

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

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fami-
ly's recent bereave-
ment.

The Family Of

LEON WEBERMAN

Wishes to thank all its friends and rela-
tives for their thoughtfulness in time of the
family's bereavement.
Freda, Marc, Eddie,
Aron, Bruce, Carol. and Lora

ThE

lywood, Fla., died Jan. 4.
She leaves two sons, Walter
of Miami, Fla., and Harold;
two daughters, Mrs. Ber-
nard (Leatrice) Brawer and
Mrs. Milton (Bunny Davis)
Fishman; 20 grandchildren
and seven great-
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.

LAWRENCE BEIG-
LER, 59, 31120 Sheridan

Dr., Birmingham, died Jan.
9. Survived by his wife,
Florence; a daughter, Mrs.
Laurel Vogel of Stratford,
Conn.; his mother, Mrs.
Mollie Biegler; and a
brother, Allen.

* * *
ALFRED SMITH, 69,

* * *

DAVID ISADORE
FELDMAN, 73, 19880

Wildhern Ct., Southfield,
NEW YORK — William died Jan. 9. Survived by his
Stix Wasserman, a leading wife, Tillie; three sons,
investment banker who was Marvin, Robert and Ber-
the chief of the United nard; and 11 grandchildren.
* * *
States lend-lease mission to
"MOM"
Australia early in World
ELSIE
War II, died Jan. 5 at age 77, GERACE, 87, formerly of
the New York Times re- Ann Arbor, died Jan. 4 in
West Hempstead, N.Y. Sur-
ported.
Mr. Wasserman, founded vived by a son, Buddha of
and was for more than 50 Arizona; two daughters,
years the president of the Mrs. William (Cordelia)
Investment Corp. of Edwards of West
Philadelphia, a private Hempstead and Tatanya of
company that specialized in Miami, Fla.; and eight
financing new technological grandchildren. Interment
ventures and organizations, West Hempstead.
* * *
including the National Pa-
WILLIAM GROSZ-
tent Development Corp.
MAN, 84, 25337 N.
Montmartre, Oak Park,
Simon Karbal, 74 died Jan. 9. Survived by a
Simon Karbal, vice sister, Mrs. Anna Roth of
Hungary; and a cousin, Mrs.
president of the National
Wholesale Drug Co. in De- Ernest J. Stecker.
* * *
troit for 45 years, died Jan. 5
JULIUS
GREEN, 62,
at age 74.
25211 Gardner, Oak Park,
Born in Russia, Mr. Kar- died Jan. 10. Survived by
bal lived 7Q years in Detroit. his wife, Gertrude; a son,
He was a member of Cong. David; a brother, Ernest of
Shaarey Zedek, Pisgah Yonkers, N.Y.; a sister,
Lodge of Bnai Brith and Mrs. Charles (Adele) Okun
Aesculapian Pharmaceuti- of Yonkers; and one
cal Association.
grandchild.
* * *
He leaves his wife, Betty;
ANNA MASH, 69,
a daughter, Mrs. David
(Joanye) Burman; three sis- former Detroiter of San Di-
ters, Mrs. Isadore (Betty) ego, Calif., died Dec. 24.
Kaplan of Israel, Mrs. Ab- Survived by her husband,
raham (Ida) Chinn of Bal- Ben; two daughters, Be-
timore, Md., and Mrs. Philip verly of Las Vegas, Nev.,
(Sadye) Forman; and two and Bella of Sacramento,
Calif.; two brothers, Louis
grandsons.
Dorf and Philip Dorf, both of
Southfield; and four
grandchildren. Interment
The Family
of the Late
San Diego.

ROSA
ROSENROTH

On her sixth yahrzeit
the 19th of Tevet).
Husband David and
Son Max.

OBITUARIES

both of Philadelphia, Pa.
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* * *

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CELIA RABINOWITZ,

93, 26051 Lahser, South-
field, died Jan. 7. Survived
by a son, Simon Rabin; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Minnie Novack of
Brooklyn, N.Y.; and two
grandchildren.
* * *
HENRY ROTH, 79,
28156 Sutherland, South-
field, died Jan. 7. Survived
by his wife, Regina; a
daughter, Mrs. Harry
(Margaret) Mendelson; and
four grandchildren.
* * *
EVA SHRODECK, 90,
died Jan. 10. She leaves a
son, Isadore; a daughter,
Mrs. Jules (Lillian) Pierce;
one granddaughter and four
great-grandchildren.

* * *

77, former Detroiter of Hol-

18325 W. 9 Mile Rd. Southfield

MONUMENTS BY

BERG
URBACH

AND

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SINCE 1910

field, died Jan. 7. Survived
by a brother, Maurice
Wayne and a sister, Mrs.
Miriam Isaacs of London,
England.

*

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Next to Stanley Steamer

*

JACOB WENNER, 89,
former Detroiter of North
Hollywood, Calif., died Dec.
29. Survived by two sons,
Sam of North Hollywood
and Dr. Harry of Seattle,
Wash.; five grandchildren
and three _ great-
grandchildren. Interment
Los Angeles.

.

WE REMEMBER

During the coming
week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the Yahr-
zeits of the follow-
ing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnavos.

MOSE BUDNICK
FANNIE HARRIS
BERTHA KATZ
BELLA KOWAL
JOSEPH LEVINE
ADOLPH MEHLER
AARON TILCHIN
MAX WASSERMAN
HYMAN WEISBERG
BORUCH YAGODA
SIMON AXELROD
ABRAHAM I. CHESLUK
ROSE INGEROFF
MOLLY JACOBS
JACOB KOSS
REUBEN MILLER
DORA W. MILLING
SARAH L. SACHER
BETTY V. BENENSON
ZIVYA A. BOYARSKY
EVELYN WOOLMAN
SARAH ZARANKIN
CHAIM H. APPLEBAUM
ISAAC BLOOM
MARY COSCARELLY
ISADORE DANTO
JULIE A. GERNSTEN
JACOB GOLDIS
BESSIE KRUSNER
SYLVIA MOORAWNICK
IDA WASSERMAN
HYMAN WEINER
ROBERT WEISZ
HARRY WOLIN
JOSEPH COSSMAN
SOL FEINBERG
LIBBY FINE
IDA GUTTERMAN
SADIE LAFER
JOSEPH LANGER
LEO I. LANGER
ESTHER D. PEARLMAN
MAX DELIN
SARAH DUBIN
EDIS DORFMAN
HARRY GOLDMAN
SAM GREEN
SOLOMON GREVNIN
PEARL PELAVIN
ABRAHAM D. SACHS
SONIA ABRAMSON
HARRY BLOCH
JACK BOOKSTEIN
BERNARD J. FISCHER
JACOB PORTNOY
HARRY C. WOLFE

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15407 Northgate Blvd., Oak
Park, died Jan. 9. Survived
by his wife, Florence; a son,
Howard; three sisters, Mrs.
Oscar (Mae) Boxman, Mrs.
Minnie Lesser and Mrs.
Joseph (Florence) Kahan.
* * *
SYLVIA SMITH, 59,
13360 Woodvale, Oak Park,
died Jan. 3. She leaves her
husband, Hy; a son,
Richard; a daughter, Mrs.
Nancy Linovitz of Canoga
Park, Calif.; a brother, Max
Shechter; two sisters, Mrs.
Jack (Jean) Kaufman and
Mrs. Al (Betty) Ginsberg of
Grand Rapids; and three
grandchildren.
* * *
JAMES WALKER, 94,
15100 W. 10 Mile, Oak
Park, died Jan. 7. Survived
by his wife, Anna.
* * *
SAM WEIMAN, 63, died
Jan. 5. He leaves his wife,
Bertha; two sons, Paul and
Howard; and three sisters,
Mrs. Jack (Dorothy) Rubin
of Alexandria, La., Mrs.
Fannie Seffinger and Mrs.
Isadore (Cady) Eisenberg.
* * *
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30000 Southfield, South-

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