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December 27, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-27

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Mrs. Jennie Yudkoff Dies;
Popular in Many Circles

Mrs. Jennie Yudkoff, 88, of
19460 Cranbrook, one of the
most popular figures in many
Jewish women's circles here,
died Sunday moring.
Funeral services were held
Monday afternoon at Kaufman
Chapel.
Surviving her are a son, Har-
ry Yudkoff, nationally promin-
ent Bnai Brith leader; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Herman S. Osnos; a
brother, Ike Narcisenfeld; two
grandchildren and a great-
grandchild.
A native of Australia, Mrs.
Yudkoff lived in Detroit for
more than 50 years. She was
active in the European Women's
Welfare Organization and in a
number of other congregational
and women's charitable circles,
and was a charter member of
Temple Israel. She was known
for her generosity and for the
aid she had given to many in-
dividuals and causes,
She was active in the Eva
Prenzlauer Maternity Aid and
Infant Service Group.

Samuel Stahl Dies

First president of the Detroit
Social Club of Miami, Samuel
S. Stahl, 850 N.E. 115 St., Miami,
Fla., died Dec. 1. He was 66.
Mr. Stahl was organizer and
president here of the Aescula-
pian Society. Survivors include
his wife, Lillian; daughter, Mrs.
Bernard Elrod; a brother and
three grandchildren.

Loving Memory Of
A Very Special Uncle

In

FRED BANKLE

Who passed away so
suddenly Dec. 4, 1963.
He is resting now,
His sense of humor
stilled;
The wonderful laughter
That kept the room so
filled
Will always live on.
A gentle nature,
An understanding
man—
His kindness in helping
All those he can
Will always live on.
We are grateful and
will always be, for an
everlasting and beauti-
ful memory will always
live on.
—A devoted niece,
Fayrose.

OBITUARIES

MEYER JACOB KELLMAN,
formerly of Detroit, died Dec.
19 in Los Angeles, Calif. Sur-
vived by wife, Minnie; son, Wil-
liam of San Jose, Calif; daugh-
ter, .AIrs. Ada Gimbel of Detroit;
two brothers, two sisters and
five grandchildren.
* * *

YETTA LUMELSKY, 2945
Biddle, Wyandotte, died Dec. 19.
Survived by son, Max M., a
brother and two grandchildren.
* *
ISAAC FELDMAN, 22010
Ridgedale, died Dec. 20. Sur-
vived by son, Sam; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Rose Tuttleman and
Jean; four grandchildren and
five great grandchildren.
*
*
FANNY POSTER, 4003 Cort-
land, died Dec. 21. Survived by
sons, Herman and Joachim of
Argentina, and a brother.
• * *
LOUIS SIMON, formerly of
Detroit, died Dec. 15 in Paco-
mia, Calif. Survived by wife, Min-
nie; sons, Joseph, Daniel and
Sol; daughter, Mrs. Thelma Lee;
brothers, Irving and Jack, both
of Detroit; sisters, Mrs. Gussie
Diamond and Mrs. Mary Ber-
man, both of Detroit; and three
grandchildren.
* * *
Composer-Arranger
LOUIS BOOKSPAN, 18077
of Yiddish Music,
Roselawn, died Dec. 16. Surviv-
M. Fleischman Dies
ed by wife, Pauline; two broth-
Orchestra I e a d e r, composer ers and two sisters.
and arranger of Yiddish music,
Manny Fleischman died Dec. 17
in Miami Beach, Fla. He was 55. Belcrest Builder
Mr. Fleischman lived in Max Hamburger Dies
Brooklyn and was scheduled to
Belcrest Hotel builder Max
begin a season of Yiddish musi- Hamburger died Dec. 23 in Mi-
cals in Miami Beach when he ami Beach. He was 71.
was stricken. At the time of his
Mr. Hamburger had been a
death, Mr. Fleischman was as-
sistant musical director of the resident of Detroit for 40 years
Anderson Yiddish Theater at and had retired to Miami Beach
Second Ave. and Fourth St. in six months ago.
Brooklyn. He was a native of
He is survived by his wife,
Toronto. Surviving are his wife, Laura; son, Robert; daughters,
the former Esther Reisman, and Mrs. Charles Colman and Mrs.
a daughter, Mrs. Betty Chap- Harold Moss; brothers, Isadore,
nick.
Samuel, Louis and Charles; and
nine grandchildren.
Israel Car Ferries
Interment Detroit.

Is Preparing for
Papal Pilgrimage

MIGNON G. SOTT DIES

The announced visit of Pope
Paul VI to the Holy Land has
aroused a vast wave of desire
to follow His Holiness' Pil-
grimage.
The Somerfin P a s se nger
Lines —"Israel Car Ferries" —
which links Rome and Jerusa-
lem—is receiving innumerable
enquiries from organizations
and individuals about passage
details between the Eternal
City and the Holy City.
The newly - built passenger
and car ferry m/v "Bilus" first
luxury one-class floating motel,
inaugurates on April 30, 1964,
its weekly express crossing be-
tween the ports of Rome (Civi-
tavecchia/Naples) and Haifa
(the Sea-Gate of Jerusaelm).

The Family of the Late

HERMAN J.
BROWN

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

at4—TS

courage with which he labored
in his chosen field.
Sam Arnold was a newspaper
reporter in his earlier years. He
worked in a variety of capaci-
ties in Las Vegas, in Hollywood
as well as in Michigan. He was
a press agent for many theatri-
cal enterprises, and in recent
years he arranged press confer-
ences, receptions, parties and
dinners for many notables and
for important industrial firms.
A number of years ago, he
helped popularize the Russian
Samovar here. He was known to
and worked with the best known
figures in the theatrical world.
He was associated with leading
advertising agencies, conducted
his own public relations bureau
and he was on call for major
functions in the community.
Among his clients were many
of the Detroit theaters, new
theatrical enterprises, North-
land Playhouse, and eminent
personalities—among them lead-
ing actors, Spike Briggs, Bill
Veeck and many others.
He was a member of Temple
Beth El and its Men's Club,
Screen Publicity Guild, Associa-
tion of Theatrical Press Agents
and Managers, and was active in
Muscular Dystrophy, Children's
Orthoghenic School and other
drives.

Mrs. Mignan G. Sott, 38, of
941 Charrington, Birmingham,
died Monday. Funeral services
were held Thursday at Kauf-
man Chapel.

Surviving are her husband,
Herbert; two daughters, Lesley
and Lynn, A.nd her mother, Mrs.
Fred A. Ginsburg.

A graduate of Kingswood
School Cranbrook and a Wayne
State University student, Mrs.
Sott was a member of Hadas-
sah, Temple Beth El, Brandeis
University Associates, National
Council of Jewish Women and
other local groups. She was a
native Detroiter.

ANNA BOLIMOWSKI, 20281
EMIL STERN, 18665 Muir-
Faust, died Dec. 19. She leaves land, died Dec. 26. Survived by
daughter, Mrs. Louie Baker; wife, Irene; son, Louis; a broth-
sister, Leona Steinhaure, and er and a sister.
*
*
two grandchildren.

* * *

BENJAMIN SIEGEL, 18933
San Juan, died Dec. 19. He
leaves sons, Benjamin and Max:
daughter, Mrs. Irvin Baskin;
and four grandchildren.
* * *
ANNA HOLTZMAN, 16010
Stratford, Southfield, died Dec.
20. She leaves daughters, Pearl
Mrs. Jack Nelson, Mrs. Meyer
Solomon; four grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
* * *
GITTEL (GERTRUDE) GLAS-
SER, 18271 Snowden, died Dec.
20. She leaves daughters, Mrs.
Sarah Agree, Mrs. Morris Berry
and Mrs. Arnold Greenbaum;
and three grandchildren.
* * *
DAVID I. SOBEL, 18466 Bir-
wood, died Dec. 21. He leaves
wife, Belle; sons, Samuel and
Allan; a brother, three sisters
and two grandchildren.
* * *
REUBEN KLEINSMITH, San
Fernando, Calif., died Dec. 18.
He leaves brother, Jacob. Inter-
ment, Detroit.
* * *
ANNA STERLING, 216 9 1
Stratford Ct. Oak Park, died
Dec. 21 .She leaves sons, Max
and Louis Serlin, Seymour and
Serling; daughters, Mrs. Louis
Greenspan, Mrs. Manuel Eisen-
berg, Mrs. Mark Berke, Mrs.
Irwin Wolfe. Mrs. Al Davis and
Mrs. Newton Einstandig; a sister,
25 grandchildren and 23 great-
grandchildren.
* * *
LEONA E. SMOLNICK, 15017
Appoline, died Dec. 23. She
leaves husband, Ruby; son Wil-
liam H. Manning; her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Sofferin;
sister and a grandson.
* * *
EVA FREEDHEIM, of
20295 Rutherford, a school
teacher here for more than 20
years, and a leader in book re-
view circles, died Wednesday.
Survived by husband, Jay; son,
Sheldon; daughter, Mrs. Gerald
(Phyllis) Licht; brothers, Simon
and Reuben Levin and Alvin
Lynn, and three grandchildren.
* * *
FANNIE LEVINE, 1658
Drouillard, Windsor, an active
affiliate of Hadassah, Bnai
Brith, Eastern Star and Odd
Fellows, died Tuesday. Survived
by husband, Abraham.

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RUDY ESKO, 16205 Wood-
ingham, died Dec. •6. Survived
by wife, Rose; son, Marvin :_of ,
Los Angeles; daughter, Mrs,
Morris (Pearl) Spinner; two
grandchildrep.

FRANCES LANDSMAN, 11501
Petoskey, died Dec. 27. Sur-
vived by brother, Dr. Maurice
Jacobson of Toledo, Ohio.
* * *
HARRY GOLDSTICK, 916
Lillian, Windsor, died Dec. 24.
Survived by sons, Jack of Lin-
colnwood, Ill., and Meyer; a
brother, five grandchildren and
two great grandchildren.
*
*
MORRIS POLSHIK, 2932
Gladstone, died Dec. 9.
* * *
JOSEPH BERNARD, 409 W.
McClellan, Flint, died Dec. 25.
Survived by sons, Dr. William
M. and Dr. Allen S.; daughter,
Mrs. Simon Indianer; mother,
Mrs. Fannie Sanders: three sis-
ters, a brother and eight grand-
children.

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During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following deported
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

Morris Leider
Izsak Marton
Harry Grossman
Reuben Davidoff
Bessie Boesky
Bertha Katchke
Silverman

Hebrew Civil
Teves Dec.
13
29
13
29
13
29
13
29
13
29

13

29

Boruch Yagoda
Bella Kowal
Joseph Levine
Adolph Mehler

15
15
15
15

31
31
31
31

Simon Axelrod
Rose Ingeroff
Reuben Miller
Abraham Isaac
Chesluk

16
16
16

Jan.
1
1
1

16

1

Norman Skolnick
Sarah Zarankin

17
17

2
2

Ida Wasserman
Chaim Hershel
Applebaum
Bessie Krushner
Jacob Goldis
Isadore Danto
Robert Weisz

18

3

18
18
18
18
18

3
3
3
3
3

Sadie Lafer
19
Ethel Rebecca Meyers 19
Mary Grace
19
Libby Fine
19
Joseph Cossman
19
Esther Doris Pearlman 19
William Siporin
19

4
4
4
4
4
4
4

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Arnold Samuel Silberstein,
of 18200 Wisconsin, one of De-
troit's most colorful personali-
ties in the public relations field,
died Sunday at the age of 42.
Funeral services were held
Monday morning at Kaufman
Chapel.
Surviving are his wife, Ann;
a daughter, Lori; a son, Mark;
his mother, Mrs. Harry Silber-
stein; a brother, Irving, and a
sister, Joann.
He was known widely as Sam
Arnold, and his services were
of such a wide variety that he
was known and beloved in many
quarters.
He had been ill for several
years, but after frequent heart
attacks he returned to his tasks,
took on new assignments, always
tackled his obligations smilingly
and the affections for him were
uninhibited. Jews and non-Jews
not only called for his services,
but all with whom he was in
contact responded to his re-
quests with admiration for the

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Sam Arnold Dies at 42; Was One of
Community's Colorful PR Figures

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