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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel BusseII

Israel Bussell, who was in
the wholsale provision
business for 50 years, died
March 27 at age 81.
Born in Russia, Mr. Bus-
sell lived 60 years in De-
troit. He was a member of
Young Israel of Detroit,
Cong. Bnai David,
- Downtown-Fox Lodge of
Bnai Brith. When he retired
nine years ago, he became a
senior citizen consultant for
Sentry Drugs. He resided at
29505 Sharon Ln., South-

fiof d.

is survived by three
da,....onters, Mrs. Sidney (Ei-
leen) Bluestone, Mrs. Alan
(Phyllis) Kohn and Mrs.
Gerald (Adele) Kalman; a
sister, Florence; and nine
grandchildren.

ABE ABELOFF, 82,
died March 29. He leaves
his wife, Eva; four children,
Mrs. Robert (Mildred) Gut-
terman of Flint, Mrs. Morris
(Elaine) Aronovitz, William
Engelman and Mrs. Orin
(Susan) Ross; two sisters,
Mrs. Rose Ziegler of New
Jersey and Mrs. Sarah
Glanzrock; eight
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

* * *

ETHEL AUSLANDER,
84, died March 31. She
leaves a son, Irving J.; four
daughters, Mrs. Raymond
(Florence) Perlmutter of
Tamarac, Fla., Mrs.
William (Rose) Collis, Mrs.
George (Muriel) Tarnoff
and Mrs. Jacqueline Fer-
tell; 15 grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.

SAM CHERESHNIA,
92, died April 2. He leaves
two sons, Herman Chapin
and Morris Chapin of Tar-
zana, Calif.; a daughter,
Mrs. Edward (Ruth) Zack of
Tampa, Fla.; six
grandchildren and one
great-grandson. Interment
Tampa.

* * *

GERTRUDE COHEN,
71, died March 31. She
leaves a son, Theodore; a
brother, Reubin Levin; two
sisters, Mrs. Morris (Eva)
Sukanic and Mrs. Sidney
(Rose) Glick.

* * *

Rose Berk; and three
grandchildren.

* * *

SADIE HECKER, 70,
died March 27. She leaves a
son, Robert of St. Louis, Mo.;
a daughter, Mrs. David (Di-
ane) Miller; and six
grandchildren.
** *
NATHAN KAPLAN,
81, died March 30. He
leaves a brother, Oscar; and
two sisters, Bessie and Mrs.
Sam (Edythe) Silverston.

* * *

LILY LAMPE, 67, of
Ann Arbor, died March 26.
She leaves a daughter, Bar-
bara Stanley of New York; a
brother, Dr. Isadore of Ann
Arbor; and a sister, Helen of
Cincinnati, Ohio.

Monument
Unveilings

SOLOMON DAVID RUBIN

EMORY IVAN
HACKER

April 7, 1966
Always in our
thoughts ...
Always in our hearts ...
Most always with our
love...
We miss you.
Lovingly remembered
by
"Your (wife) Blanche,"
Children -- and
Grandchildren

Friday, April 4, 1980

63

OBITUARIES

ROBERT A. COLVIN,
63, died April 1. He leaves
his wife, Ruth; a brother,
.* * *
Fannie Weinstock, a
Arthur; and a sister, Mrs.
IRVING LEIB, 70,
member of Jewish women's
Mary Nuppnau.
former Detroiter of Las
and communal organiza-
* * *
Vegas, Nev., died March 27.
tions, died March 29 at age
ANNA DAVIDSON, 87, Survived by his wife, Belle;
79.
Halakhic Scholar died March 31. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Marvin
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Blumenfeld Dies two daughters, Mrs. Jack (Adela) Kash; four brothers,
Weinstock lived 65 years in
(Ruby) Lawson and Mrs.
Detroit. She was a member
NEW YORK (JTA) — Harold (Freda) Stern; seven Sam of Florida, George of
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
Rabbi Meyer Blumenfeld, a grandchildren and five Detroit, Meyer of Detroit
and Sidney of West Bloom-
Hadassah, CARIH and
prominent author and great-grandchildren.
field; two sisters, Mrs.
Women's American ORT.
scholar, died March 25 at
* * *
Charles (Tillie) Weiner of
She leaves her husband,
age 74.
FRIEDEL
F. Southfield and Mrs. Carb-
Charles; two sons, Dr. Paul
He was the author of 18
Feinberg and Jack of New
volumes on Halakha and ELINGER, 56, 15603 lyn Kramer of Southfield;
York; two daughters, Mrs.
the Haggada. His first vol- Arbor Pl., Southfield, died and two grandchildren.
Roland (Miriam) Levine of ume was published in Po- March 31. Survived by her Interment Las Vegas.
* * *
Girard, Ohio, and Mrs. Mil-
land, where he was born, husband, Jack; a son, John;
IRVING J. LEMER, 69,
ton (Harriet) Friedman of when he was 20 years old. a • daughter, Clara; a
24600 Gardner, Oak Park,
Arizona; a brother, Abe
He was ordained as a rabbi brother, Manfred Moser.
* * *
died March 30. Survived by
Max of California; a sister, in Warsaw in 1923 and im-
Mrs. Gussie Wachs; and migrated to the United
HENRY SAMUEL a brother, Edward; and`-
seven grandchildren.
States in 1927.
FREEDMAN, 79, 15366 nieces and nephews.
* * *
Rabbi Blumenfeld was a Miller, Oak Park, died
Music Arranger
SAMUEL LOUIS MIL-
prominent Jewish leader in March 26. Survived by his
LER, 84, former Detroiter
Newark and Maplewood, wife, Belle; a daughter, Mrs.
for Movies Dies
of Los Angeles, 'Calif., died
N.J.
for
48
years,
holding
a
Stanley
(Rose)
Sigman;
a
NEW YORK — Arthur
brother, Philip of Fern March 25. He leaves a son,
Kleiner, former musical di- number of pulpits.
He
was
a
past
president
Park, Fla.; and three sis- Norman of Chicago, Ill.; a
rector of the New York
of
the
American
Federa-
ters, Mrs. Sarah Seedman, daughter, Evelyn; three sis-
Museum of Modern Art and
tion
of
Polish
Jews
and
a
Mrs. Sidell Lyons and Mrs. ters, Mrs. Helen Farber of
an accompanist and corn-
Hallendale, Fla., Mrs. Rosa-
vice
president
of
the
poser of music for silent
lyn Zeldes and Edith; and
films, died Monday at age Union of Orthodox Rab- Morris J. Lux
five grandchildren.
bis of the United States
77.
* * *
Morris J. Lux, a
and Canada. At one time
IRVING POLESKI, 79,
he taught in Yeshiva Uni- wholesale produce mer-
versity in New York City. chant, died March 30 at age 112 Temple, Detroit, died
March 28. No known sur-
In 1960, he visited Israel 83.
Born in Russia, Mr. Lux vivors.
where he was received by
* * *
President Yitzhak Ben-Zvi. was one of the oldest mer-
Unveiling announcements
ANNETTE
PUR-
chants at the Eastern Mar-
may be inserted by mail or by
IN MEMORIAM
ket. He was a member of VIANCE, 67, died March
calling The Jewish News, 17515
29. She leaves her husband,
Cong. Bnai David.
W. Nine Mile, Suite 865, South-
In memory of our dear
He leaves two daughters, John; a daughter, Toby
field, Mich. 48075. 424-8833. Writ-
ten announcements must he ac- mother, Dora Goldfarb,
Mrs. Albert (Sylvia) Bailin Gilje of Honolulu,
who died on Passover in the Schneider and Mrs. Harvey Hawaii; and a sister, Mrs.
companied by the name and ad-
dress of the person making the
year of 1975. She will al- (Elaine) Adelman; two David (Jeanette) Kellner of
insertions. There is a standing
ways remain in our hearts. brothers, Louis and Euclid, Ohio. Interment
charge of $7.50 for an unveiling
Daughter, Ethel Steinhart; Nathan; a sister, Mrs. Mar- Cleveland, Ohio.
notice measuring an inch in
* * *
depth, and $12.50 for a notice two son, Ted Cooper.
tin (Goldie) Hechtman of
inches deep with a black border.
MICHAEL
RAEL,
West Palm Beach, Fla.; six
Religion is morality in grandchildren and six former Detroiter of Los
The family of the late
Martin and Bella Scherer principle.
great-grandchildren.
' ,antes the unveiling of
iments in their mem-
The Family
of the Late
10:30 a.m. Sunday,
The Family of the Late
_ .pril 13, at Chesed Shel
SYLVIA
Ernes Cemetery. Rabbi
t ipper will officiate.
OLEINICK
R.,,,tives and friends are
Acknowledges
with
asked to attend.

Mrs. Weinstock

r

):

Acknowledges with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by relatives and friends
during the family's recent bereavement.

aro

ThEIRA KAuf

Directors of Funerals

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

Angeles, Calif., died March
22. Survived by his wife,
Gladys; a son, Bennett; a
daughter, Tobi; and two
brothers, Robert and Albert
of New York City. Inter-
ment Los Angeles.

* * *

YETTA ROSENFIELD,
91, of Miami Beach, Fla.,
died March 27. Survived by
a son, Sam of Miami Beach;
three daughters, Mrs.
Edwin (Rose) Buchwach of
St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. Edwin
(Clare) Miller of Pompano,
Fla., and Mrs. Ben (Hilda)
Benjamin of Southfield;
seven grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.
Interment Miami.

* * *

SADIE ROSENTHAL,
87, 16238 Lamplighter Ct.,
Southfield, died March 27.
Survived by a son, Nathan
Gold; one grandson and one
great-grandson.

* * *

DR. DENNIS ALAN
TAISCH, 34, former De-
troiter of San Francisco,
Calif., died March 22. Sur-
vived by his wife, Elizabeth
Ann; a son, Jeffrey Michael;
his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan (Lillian) Taisch;
and two sisters, Susan
Sacks and Judith. Inter-
ment California.

* * *

HYMAN UNATIM 85,
25225 Greenfield, South-
field, died March 30. Sur-
vived by his wife, Beckie; a
son, Louis L.; a daughter,
Mrs. Louis (Sylvia) Brown;
and five grandchildren.

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.

* * *

BELLA SIMON, 74,
15211 Northgate, Oak
Park, died April 2. Survived
by her husband, Harry; a
son, Max; a daughter, Mrs.
Joseph (Evelyn) Shulman; a
brother, Elmer Farkas of
Hamilton, Ont.; a sister,
Mrs. Elizabeth Majer of
Windsor; and two
grandchildren.

* * *

HARRY STEIN, 73,
27425 Greenfield, South-
field, died April 1. Survived
by a son, Sheldon of Cleve-
land, Ohio; a brother, Jack;
two sisters, Mrs. Carl (Lil-
lian) Frumin and Mrs. Boris

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