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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 5, 1980 71

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Ehud Avriel, Israel Envoy

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Ehud
Avriel, the veteran Israeli
diplomat and ambassador,
died Aug. 26 at age 63.
Born in Vienna in 1917,
Mr. Avriel came to pre-state
Israel in 1939 and was
among the founders of
Kibutz Neot Mordechai in
the north of Israel. Al-
though he remained a
kibntz member until he
di, activities on behalf
of --e state carried him
around the globe and turned
him into a sort of legendary
figure.
He was the Hagana
representative in Istanbul,
Turkey, during World War
II; he directed the Hagana-
sponsored "Bircha" and il-
legal immigration move-
ment from devastated
Europe to Israel; and he was
sent to Prague, Czechos-
lovakia, to handle- the ac-
quisition of arms that saved
the Yishuv in the war of in-
dependence in 1948.
With the establishment
of the state of Israel, Mr.
Avriel joined the foreign
ministry as Israel's first
ambassador to Czechos-
lovakia and Hungary. He
later served as ambas-
sador to Romania and to
Italy.
A close associate of the
late David Ben-Gurion, Mr..
Avriel was instrumental in
developing the rap-
proachement between Is-
rael and the newly estab-
lished African states. He

JACK ASHMAN, 64,
24041 Rensselaer, Oak
Park, died Sept. 3. Survived
by his wife, Ruth; three
sons, Martin I. of Ft. Worth,
Tex., Sandy of Pontiac and
Dr. Lawrence M.; two
brothers, Franklin N. and
Herman D.; and six
grandchildren.

EHUD AVRIEL
also served as ambassador
in various African states.
In the last few years he
was no longer a foreign
ministry official, but con-
tinued to perform special -
duties, mainly in Africa, on
behalf of Israel.
He worked as director
general of the Israel Treas-
ury under Levi Eshkol and
at the ministry for foreign
affairs under Golda Meir.
From 1968 to 1971, to
Mr. Avriel served as
president of the Zionist
Actions Committee and
concurrently as chair-
man of the Upper Galilee
Development Corp. in
Kiryat Shmona.
He returned to the foreign
office in 1971, when he be-
came special adviser to the
minister for foreign affairs.
He was appointed consul
general to the Midwest in
1975.

ADL Leader Rosenhaus, 68

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Matthew Rosenhaus, an
honorary vice chairman of
the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith and
vice president of the ADL
Foundation, died Aug. 26 at
age 68.
A noted civic leader and
philanthropist, he was
president and chairman of
the board of the J.B.
Williams Co., Inc., vice
chairman of the board and
member of the executive
committee of Nabisco, Inc.,
and chairman of the execu-
tive committee and a
member of the board of
Columbia Pictures Indus-
tries, Inc.
In addition to service in

Richard Modell

Investment executive
Richard Martin Modell died
Au 1 at age 48.
ive Detroiter, Mr.
Mo held membership in
a variety of Jewish and civic
organizations on whose be-
half he was active philan-
thropically.

He was a patron of the
Founders Society of the
Detroit Institute of Arts,
secretary of the Detroit
Chapter of the American
Technion Society and a
member of Temple
Emanu-El
and
Country
Knollwood
Club.

He leaves his wife, Jodi;
three sons, Stephen and Jef-
frey and David Cavotti; a
sister, Mrs. Joseph B. (Dee
Dee) Rose.

behalf of the Jewish com-
munity, he was active in the
cause of peace. He was an
organizer of the Inter-
Religious Peace Colloquium
under the aegis of the
Synagogue Council of
America and was active in
the Fund for Peace.
He was a member of Tem-
ple Emanuel of Miami
Beach and the Fifth Avenue
Synagogue in New York.
A native of Bayonne,
N.J., Mr. Rosenhaus
attended Rutgers Univer-
sity. He was a member of
the board of governors of the
Rutgers Foundation, a trus-
tee of Delbarton School in
Morristown, N.J., and a
trustee of Florida Memorial
College in Miami, Fla.

In Loving Memory
of Our Dear
Husband,
Father and
Grandfather

LOUIS
RASKIN

Who passed away
Sept. 5, 1919, 10 days in
Elul. Sadly missed by
his wife, Minnie; sons,
Marvin and Danny;
daughters, Mrs. Lillian
Rosen and Mrs. Belle
Weingarden;
and
grandchildren
great-grandchildren.

ThE

LILLIAN FARBER, 77,
22500 Lucerne Dr., South-
field, died Sept. 1. Survived
by four sons, Sidney, Ber-
nard, Fred and Leonard of
Hallandale, Fla.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Robert (Ruth)
Gray; a brother, Isadore
Cohen of Hallandale; four
sisters, Mrs. Nathan (Han-
nah) Lacher of Hannandale,
Mrs. Frank (Millie)
Samuels of Flushing, N.Y.,
Mrs. Nathan (Ruth) Reiser
of Washington, D.C., and
Mrs. Samuel (Evelyn)
Cohen of Flushing; and 16
grandchildren.

* * *

SARAH FELDMAN,92,
died Aug. 27. She leaves a
son, Dr. Paul H.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Samuel (Celia)
Goodman; four
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

* * *

FANNY FOGEL, 73,
died Aug. 31. She leaves two
sons, Dr. Leon T. and Dr.
Bernard J. of Hawaii; a

Dr. Garfield

Dr. Morris D. Garfield, a
retired dentist, died Aug. 29
at age 76.
Born in Russia, Dr. Gar-
field was a captain in the
U.S. Army during World
War II. He was a member of
Craftsman Lodge of the Ma-
sons, Alpha Omega Dental
Society and Cong. Beth
Achim. He resided at 18426
Westmoreland, Detroit.
He is survived by a son,
Daniel I.; a brother, Sol; and
a sister, Mrs. Betty Zucker-
berg.

S. Beckerman

Sigmund Beckerman, an
artist who painted in the
style of Rembrandt, died
Sept. 3 at age 69.
Born in Pittsburgh, Mr.
Beckerman was a member
of Bnai Brith and the
Knights of Pythias.
He leaves his wife, Es-
telle; a daughter, Mrs.
Jerold (Carolyn) Agron; and
one granddaughter.

Sam Dresser and the

Family of the Late

BERNICE
(FELDMAN)
DRESSER

OBITUARIES

brother, Thomas Tannis;
two sisters, Betty Tannis
and Ruth Tannis of Los
Angeles, Calif.; and four
grandchildren.

* * *

JAY GARDNER, 39,
died Sept. 1. He leaves his
wife, Marilyn; a daughter,
Aimee; and a sister, Mrs.
Philip (Irene) Sidel of
Pittsburgh, Pa.

* * *

LEO GELBER, 63,
24110 Westhampt-n, Oak
Park, died Aug. 30. Sur-
vived by his wife, Tonia; a
son, Jacob of Jerusalem, Is-
rael; three daughters, Mrs.
Peter (Esther) Mandelbaum
of Brooklyn, N.Y., Mrs.
George (Dora) Weiss and
Mrs. Marc (Betty) Gasner;
and 13 grandchildren.

BESSIE GELL, 86,
15100 W. 10 Mile, Oak
Park, died Aug. 29. Sur-
vived by two sons, Sidney D.
of Riverside, Calif., and Ted;
a daughter, Mrs. Reuben
(Dorothy) Sherman; seven
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.

ing of Long Hill, N.Y., Ben
of Bayside, N.Y., and Ab-
raham (Al); nieces and
nephews.

* * *

ROSE SELTZER, 80,
former Detroiter of North
Miami Beach, Fla., died
Aug. 29. She leaves her
husband, William; a son,
Seymour; two daughters,
Mrs. Alex (Muriel) Cowan
and Mrs. Leon (Dolly) Sol-
omon; a brother, Alec Joffe
of Windsor; two sisters, Mrs.
Sarah Silverman of Florida
and Mrs. Fannie Silverman
of Toronto, Canada; seven
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

* * *

MICHAEL M. HAR-
RIS, 80, 19915 Trinity, De-
troit, died Aug. 28. Survived
by a brother, Harold.

ERNIE SOUFRINE, 58,
of Windsor, died Aug. 23.
Survived by his wife, Mary;
a brother, Albert; his

SANDRA HOLLAN-
DER 23, 3400 Parkland
Dr., West Bloomfield, died
Aug. 28. Survived by her
mother, Mrs. Mynne Hol-
lander; and a sister, Mrs.
Seth (Jayne) Cohen.

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* * *

CELIA M. MICHAELS,
66, of Amherst, N.Y., died
Aug. 30. Survived by her
husband, Allen L.; three
sons, Dr. William H., Dr.
Robert S. and Dr. Anthony
B., all of Michigan; and four
grandchildren. Services in
Buffalo, N.Y.

* * *

SIMON ROMAN, 82,
died Sept. L He leaves his
wife, Clara; nieces and
nephews.

,* * *

SARAH ROSS, 85,
21800 Kipling, Oak Park,
died Aug. 29. Survived by a
son, Harry (Bill); a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Philip (Betty)
Barsky; two brothers,
Joseph Coleman and Morris
Coleman of Toronto, Ont.; a
sister, Mrs. Isaac (Ethel)
Berelovitch of Nova Scotia;
six grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

* * *

SAM SCHWARTZ, 70,
26715 Greenfield, South-
field, died Aug. 30. Sur-
vived by four brothers,
Nathan of Southfield, Irv-

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JESSIE NOVITZ
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SAUL TARNOPOL
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RABBI M. ZAGER
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* * *

LOUIS WERBER, 71,
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mington, died Aug. 31. Sur-
vived by his wife, Anne; a
son, Michael P.; a daughter,
Mrs. Eugene (Gail) Lem-
berg; two brothers, Meyer
and Solomon of Las Vegas,
Nev.; and three
grandchildren.

* * *

MINNIE SHIOVITZ,
62, 27355 Greenfield,
Southfield, died Aug. 29.
Survived by three brothers,
Philip, Dr. Louis and Harry;
three sisters, Mrs. Newton
(Sally) Jackson of
Camarillo, Calif., Mrs. Jen-
nie Barris and Mrs. Carl
(Pearl) LeVine of Silver
Spring, Md.; nieces and
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* * *

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