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June 11, 1982 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Abraham Dishell, 81, Leader
in JNF Landsmanshaft Unit

Abraham Dishell, whose
role in landsmanshaften
considered him an historian
on their activities here dur-
ing the past 40 years, died
June 4 at age 81.
Born in Poland, Mr. Dis-
hell was a self-employed
painter and wallpaper
hanger. He was the former
business agent and current
recording secretary of Pain-
ters District Council 42.

serving as landsman-
shaften representative in
the Jewish National
Fund and as JNF activi-
ties organizer for the
landsmanshaften that
credited him in the ranks
of Israel's supporters.

Mr. Dishell also was a
board member of the JNF.
On his 75th birthday, he
was honored for his work
done on behalf of the Red
Magen David.

He leaves his wife, Eve; a
son, Malcolm of Miramar,
Fla.; four daughters, Mrs.
Harry (Miriam) Techner,
Mrs. Arthur (Beverly) Ka-
mins of East Lansing, Mrs.
Lewis (Gloria) Cooke and
Mrs. James (Sandra)
Mayer; a brother, Robert of
Miami Beach, Fla.; a sister,
Mrs. Louis (Betty) Fried-
man of North Miami Beach,
Fla.; 17 grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

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J

Sidney Fischer

Sidney Fischer, retired
owner of the Fischer Pro-
vision Co., died June 3 at
age 71.
Born in Chicago, Ill., Mr.
Fischer moved to Detroit in
1923 when his late father,
Rabbi Moses Fischer, be-
came the rabbi of Cong.
Bnai Moshe.
He retired in 1977 and
gave the business over to his
employees. Mr. Fischer
served in the Veterinary
Corps in the Army.
An active supporter of
the Council of Orthodox
Rabbis, local Jewish
communal causes and
the state of Israel, Mr.
Fischer was on the board
of and helped to organize
the Downtown Syna-
gogue. He also was affil-
iated with Adat Shalom,
Cong. Bnai Moshe and
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah.
With his brothers, Mr.
Fischer gave a Ner Tamid to
the Hadassah Hospital in
Jerusalem in memory of
their parents.

ABRAHAM DISHELL

Mr. Dishell was president
of the senior citizens group
at the Jewish Community
Center and past president of
the Mezeritcher Society.
It was primarily his

Prof. Seeligman
of Hebrew U.

JERUSALEM — Isac Leo
Seeligman, professor
emeritus of Bible studies at
the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, died May 13 at
age 75.
Born in Amsterdam, he
studied at the Jewish
- Theological Seminary as
well as at Leiden and
Amsterdam Universities.
During the Second World
War he was interned at the
Theresienstadt camp along
with his family. Arriving in
Israel after the establish-
ment of the state, he was
appointed to the Hebrew
University faculty in 1950.
His areas of expertise
were the history of Bible re-
search and the translation
of the Septuagint. He was a
corresponding member of
the Royal Dutch Academy
for Arts and Sciences.

BEATRICE KAUFMAN'S

Family wishes to express their deepest
appreciation to their many friends and
relatives for all they have done to make this
trying time in our lives more bearable.

In loving memory of our beloved mother,
grandmother and great-grandmother

LIBBY ROSENBERG

Who passed away June 16, 1959, 11 days
in Sivan. Her beloved memory will always
be our inspiration. Sadly missed and al-
ways remembered by Rose and Mitchell
Kent, Max and Ann Rosenberg, Esther and
Dave Goldstein and grandchildren.

In Sacred Memory of

MORRIS TULUPMAN

Beloved Husband, Father & Grandfather

The Family
of the Late

BECKY
CAPLAN

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

The Years We Cared

The Dreams We Shared

Cherished Memories Are Forever

Always in Our Hearts

Wife, Children & Grandchildren

In Memory Of

BETTY
LEWIS

Beloved mother and
grandmother. Always
in our hearts.
Lois and Fred,
Barry, Dale and Connie

June 6, 1977

Yahrtzite, June 10, 1982

Rabbi Silver

Mr. Fischer is survived by
two brothers, Kenneth and
Milton; a sister, Mrs. David
(Blanche) Pollack; nieces
and nephews and great-
nieces and great-nephews.

Susanne Jackson Levy,
assistant professor of lan-
guage arts and women's
studies at Wayne State
University's College of
Lifelong Learning, died
June 4 at age 52.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Levy received bachelor and
master of arts degrees from
WSU. She was graduated
from the WSU Law School
in 1976, and joined the WSU
faculty in 1977.
She was a member of
Temple Beth El, the Na-
tional Organization for
Women, the American
Association of University
Professors, Project Head
Start, United Foundation,
Sinai Hospital Guild and
National Council of Jewish
Women. She also was a
member of the American
Association of University
Professors.
Mrs. Levy was a board
member of WDET-FM.
She leaves her husband,
Dr. Stanley; two sons, E.J.
and Robert; - her _parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George (Mary)
Jackson; and a sister, Mrs.
Herbert (Helene) Aronsson.

For Memoriams and
Donations call

Mary Papo

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During the coming
week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the fol-
lowing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
Studying of Mis-
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the entire Jewish people, linking your
name and that of your family with Israel
in perpetuity.

For information and advice
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VIENNA (JTA) —
Yaacov Hess, a diplomat at
tached to the Israel Em-
bassy here, died last
weekend. He was 56.
Mr. Hess was born in
Germany. He fought in Is-
rael's War of Independence
in 1948 and was wounded.
Later he served in diploma-
tic posts in Bonn, Copenha-
gen and Houston, Tex.
He was responsible for
political and information
work at the embassy in Vie-
nna.

WE REMEMBER

SWAN JUNE
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DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

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Sidney A. Deitch

Rabbi Icaak Silver, a
shohet and kashrut super- '
visor, died June 9 at age 70.
Born in Poland, Rabbi
Silver is survived by his
wife, Leah; three sons,
Shmuel of Israel, Avrohom
of Brooklyn, N.Y., and
Moshe of Oak Park; three ,
daughters, Mrs. Shmuel
(Miriam) Horowitz, Mrs.
Chaim (Ethel Sima) Klein
and Mrs. Anchie (Chava
Chia) Goldgontz, all of New
York; and 11
grandchildren.

Susanne Levy

IDA
JACOB HOLLAND
ALBERT PRITZ
JACOB B. SHLAIN
ISRAEL STILLERMAN
BERTHA COSSMAN
ISADORE GLATTSTEIN
MAX KOZLOWSKI
SIDNEY LORFEL
MORRIS STOLLER
ERIC WEISS
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MEYER BERENT
DORA KRAUS
JACOB SUROWITZ
CHARLES USHER
ASHER WAGNER
HENRY WEINBAUM
ISADORE DIAMOND
SARAH FEIGELMAN
DORA GREENSTEIN
ILKO LIEBMAN
RACHEL L. NEUFELD
EDITH POSS
HARRY WAGNER
LEO GREENBAUM
MORRIS B. LEWIS
NATHAN LEWIS
ESTHER A. MOSKOWITZ
ELLA SILBER
SADIE ARONOWITZ
JACOB FAIGENBAUM
DORA HALPERT
YOACHIM KOENIGSBERG
LEON KOHN
SAMUEL LEVINE
JOSEPH SCHEINER
SHIRLEY MAE SHOENIG
BENJAMIN STEELE
ZELDA BLACKMAN
MORRIS GOLDMAN
PEARL GOLDMAN

Friday, June 11, 1982

INC

569-0020

Ira Kaufman • Herbert Kaufman • David Techner

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