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Friday, April 15, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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OBITUARIES

ABRAHAM ABEND,
86, former Detroiter of Hun-
tington Valley, Pa., died
April 8. He leaves a son,
Mark of Huntington Valley;
a sister, Mrs. Rose Glasser
of Royal Oak; four grand-
children and three great-
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.

* * *

ALICE G. BARGE-
BUHR, 95, died April 7.
She leaves three daughters,
Mrs. Joseph (Dorothy) Fink,
Mrs. Sam (Adelaide) Guzick
and Mrs. William (Phyllis)

Zimmelman; six grandchil-
dren and eight great-grand-
children.

* * *

KATIE BLASE, 78, of
Ferndale, died April 6. Sur-
vived by her husband,
Julius; two sons, Bernard
M. and Frank P.; a sister,
Mrs. Max (Sadie) Morris;
and eight grandchildren.
** *
IDA KARBAL CHINN,
former Detroiter of Balti-
more, Md., died April 9.
Survived by her husband,

Gen. Yoffe Dead at 69

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Maj.
Gen. (res.) Avraham Yoffe,
a commander in the pre-
state Hagana and in the Is-
rael army, died April 11 at
age 69. -
He had served in the
Knesset for a time as a
member of the Land of Is-
rael movement before it
merged with Likud and, at
his death was head of the
Nature Preserves
Authority.
Gen. Yoffe was born in
Yavniel, Israel, and edu-
cated in England. He was an

Dr. Israel Elson

Dr. Israel C. Elson, a de-
ntist active in Jewish
organizations here before
his retirement to California
approximately seven years
ago, died April 11.
Dr. Elson, 82, lived in
Camarillo, Calif. In Detroit,
he was a member of Alpha
Omega Dental Fraternity,
Bnai Brith, the American
Jewish Congress.
He leaves his wife,
Thelma; a son, Dr. H. Ed-
ward of Ventura, Calif.; a
sister, Mrs. Bessie Kates of
Toronto, Ontario, Canada;
and a granddaughter. Serv-
ices in Ventura.

officer of Hagana, the
Jewish defense force in
Mandate Palestine from
1936 to 1939 and served in
Gen. Orde Wingate's special
Night Squads which pro-
tected Jewish settlements
during the Arab riots in
that period.
He served in the British
army's Palestine unit from
1940 to 1946 and from 1948
to 1956 was commander of
the Israel army's northern
and southern commands.

Philip Aaron

Philip S. Aaron, president
of Cy Aaron- Publication
Co., died April 9 at age 44.
Born in New York, Mr.
Aaron was graduated from
Carnegie Tech in
Pittsburgh, Pa. He was
president of the Legal
Chronicle.
He leaves his wife, Sally;
a son, Craig; a daughter,
Kathy; his mother, Mrs.
Pearl Kasoff Aaron; and a
sister, Mrs. Lydia LeHuray.

* * *

NEYMAN LOUIS
GOLDMAN, 90, died April
12. Survived by three sons,
Arthur, Sidney and Milton;
three daughters, Mrs. Irv-
ing (Helen) Sallan, Mrs.
Harvey (Selma) Ellias of
California and Mrs. Sylvia
Bellamy of Los Angeles,
Calif.; 15 grandchildren and
six great-grandchildren.

* * *

PEARL
BELLE
GREENFIELD, 62, died
April 10. She leaves her
husband, Arthur; two sons,
Allen and Norman; a
daughter, Mrs. Lawrence
(Susan) Abramson; a
brother, Jack Moss; and six
grandchildren.

Akiva Eisenberg

The Family
of the Late

VIENNA — Dr. Akiva
Eisenberg, chief rabbi of
Vienna and Austria for 35
years, died April 7 at age 74.

JOSEPH
CEASAR

In loving memory of

In memory of

BESSIE
BURNSTINE

HERMAN
GRAY

Who passed away
April 12, 1982. Sadly
missed by her husband
Zangwill and son Mur-
ray.

CARL GUSSIN, 78, of
Abe; and two sisters, Mrs.
Isadore (Betty) Kaplan of Southfield, died April 12.
Jerusalem, Israel, and Mrs. Survived by his wife, Be-
Philip (Sadye) Forman of rtha; a son, Larry of Massa-
Southfield. Interment chusetts; a daughter, Gilda
of Massachusetts; and a sis-
Jerusalem.
* * *
ter, Mrs. Clara Marks.
* * *
JENNIE FISCHER, 87,
LOTTIE KANDER, 65,
died April 12. She leaves
two daughters, Lillian and of Rose City, Mich., died
Mrs. Peter (Rosalind) April 7. Survived by a
Evanoff; two sisters, Mrs. brother, Harry of Windsor,
Anna Kaplan and Mrs. Ont.; and a sister, Mrs.
Diane Garber, both of Hyman (Ruth) Goldberg;
Brooklyn, N.Y.; 11 grand- also of Windor. Interment
children and 13 great- Detroit.
** *
grandchildren.
* * *
JULIUS KUSHNER,
JOSEPH FREDEN- 70, died April 8. He leaves
THAL, 81, former Detroiter his wife, Yetta; a son, Dr.
of North Miami Beach, Fla., Sander; a daughter, Mrs.
died April 7. He leaves his Merrill (Eilene) Gerofsky of
wife, Bess; a daughter, Mrs. London, Ont.; one sister and
Phyllis Schwartz of Hallan- six grandchildren.
** *
dale, Fla.; a sister, Mrs.
Robert (Lillian) Kane of
MAURICE LITTLE,
Southfield; and one grand- former Detroiter of
son. Interment Florida.
Tamarac, Fla., died April

Who passed away
April of 1981. You are
always in our hearts.

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

The Family
of the Late

SAM LEVEY

In Loving memory of

SHELDON ROSS LOPATIN

April 20, 1973

Nov. 18, 1938

To some you may be forgotten
To others a part of the past
But for us who loved and lost you,
Your memory will always last.
Mother, Dad and Franci

THE T

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

Wife, Lillian; children,
Fran and Cal, Lee and
Fred, Morton, Nancy
and Hanley; grandchil-
dren and great-grand-
children.

WE REMEMBER

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-
hnaycs.

JEANETTE COEHN
SOLOMON COHEN
ROSE GENDELMAN
MAX GOLDHAR
PINCUS LERMAN
PHINEAS PEARLMAN
DAVID POSNER
ISADORE WEINGARDEN
BENJAMIN ZANE
HERSHEL ALLENDER
LT. RAYMOND BLOCH
ALEX GRUSHKY
LOUIS LIEBER
MANUS SHERMAN
ANNA SHEVITZ
SAM SUROWITZ
BERTHA APPLEBAUM
NATHAN ELUKIN
HARVEY GREENE
NATHANIEL MASON
MAX NUSBAUM
MORRIS POLLACK
DAVID L. ROSENBERG
FAE SKOLNIK
LOUIS WEINGARDEN
ERNESTINE WEISZ
MESHOLAM F.
AGRANOVICH
HYMAN AVERBUCH
PHILIP FEINSTEIN
IDA KATZMAN
LOUIS KONIKOF
MISHKAN LIEBERMAN
ANNA YETTA SMITH
MERRILL GOODMAN
CHARLOTTE HOFFMAN
BRANDEL KAUFMAN
CELIA ROSEN
ABRAHAM M. ZACK
SADIE LYNN
ALICE ROBINSON
EVA WAINER
MARIE ZARKIN
HANNA BORDELOW
LOUIS ENTUS
BESSIE GOLDSMITH
FANNIE GOREN
LEWIS L. HELPERT
IDA KARBEL
ROSE KELMAN
JACOB LECHTZIN
IDA REISER
PHILIP ROSS
MOSHE B' YONAH
ANNA SPITZER
MURRAY J. SPRING

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10. He leaves his wife,
Anna; a son, Norman of
Southfield; a brother, Lou of
Toronto, Ont.; two sisters,
Tillie Green and Mrs. Sam
(Mary) Nadek of Florida;
and two grandchildren.
Interment Detroit.
** *
DAVID ROSEN, 91, of
Southfield, died April 3.
Survived by a son, Sam of
Amherst, Ohio; a daughter,
Mrs. Arthur (Shirley)
Tenenbaum; eight grand-
children and one great-
grandson. Interment Lo-
rain, Ohio.
** *
SAMUEL A. ROSEN,
86, died April 6. He leaves
two sons, Sherwin Chyette
and Sidney Chyette of
Houston, Tex.; a daughter,
Mrs. Leo (Miriam) Brooks of
Chicago, Ill.; seven grand-
children and four great-
grandchildren. Interment
Chicago.

MORRIS ROSSMAN,
82, died April 7. He leaves
two sons, Barry of Rio
Rancho, N.M., and Ivan; a
sister, Sonya Rozman of
Russia; and two grandchil-
dren.
* * *
DORA SHAFFER, 77,
of Oak Park, died April 8.
Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Ira (Claire) Zaidman;
two brothers, Nechemiah
Okun of Israel and Zelig
Okun of Moscow, Russia;
and four grandchildren.

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