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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-17

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OBITUARIES

RAYMOND J. ANTICK of Lin-
wood, Calif., died Jan. 2. He leaves
his wife, Esther; a daughter, Salli
Fai; and a sister, Mrs. Jack
(Rose) Ellenstein of Detroit. In-
terment California.
* * *
RACHEL BARGMAN, 636 Aca-
demy, Ferndale, died Jan. 10. Sur-
vived by two sons, Kalman and
Morris; a daughter, Mrs. Donald
(Tatanya) Roth; six grandchildren
and nine great-grandchildren.

* * *

BELLA BERLANT, 3378 Sturte-
vant, died Jan. 13. Survived by
two daughters, Ida and Mrs. Edith
Goltzman of Winnipeg; one grand-
child and one great-grandchild
* * •
SELLAG (ALEX) DAVIDSON,
23541 Beverly, Oak Park, died
Wednesday. He leaves his mother,
Mrs. Miriam Davidson; two broth-
ers, Samuel and Earl; and two sis-
ters, Mrs. Max (Belle) Diller of
Las Vegas and Mrs. Alan (Lee)
Stone.



MRS. DORA FISHMAN, 18203

Mrs. Prince, Israel Women's
League Honorary President

NEW YORK — Mrs. Jane G.
Prince, honorary president of the
Women's League for Israel, an
office to which she was elected
for life after having served the
organization as president for 25
years, died in her
heme here Jan.
7 at age 73.
Mrs. Prince's
interest in the
establishment of
a Jewish state
dated back to her
childhood. In 1925,
her father, Elias
Gottfried, headed
a group of Ameri-
can citizens who
chartered and fi-
nanced the "Pres-
ident Arthur," the
first all-Jewish
ship flying the
Zionist
flag with
Mrs. Prince
the Star of David,manned by Jew-
ish seamen, to leave New York on
a round-trip passenger run to Is-
rael. The primary destination of
the passengers was Mt. Scopus,
where, on April 1, 1925, they par-
ticipated in the formal dedication
ceremony of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem.
It was in the home of her father
that the first parlor meeting in this
country was held for Dr. Chaim
Weizmann.
Besides the Women's League for
Israel, Mrs. Prince served on the
boards of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University, the Fed-
eration of Jewish Philanthropies,
the Jewish National Fund and the
Women's Division of State of Is-
rael Bonds. She was given the
"Woman of the Year" award of
the - Jewish Theological Seminary
of America and was made an hon-
orary fellow of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem in recognition
of her outstanding contribution to
the university in its work for serv-
ice and scholarship for Israel and
the Jewish people and for the prog-
ress of mankind as a whole.

1 In Memoriam

In loving memory of my dear
son Martin Fine who passed away
Jan. 24, 1947 (3 days in Shevat).
Gone but not forgotten. Always
missed by his mother, Lilly Fine,
and sister, Frieda.

George Washington, Southfield,
died Wednesday. She leaves a son,
Sidney; three daughters, Mrs. Je-
rome (Celia) Glaser of Skokie,
Mrs. Arthur (Sara) Graff and Mrs.
Manuel (Helen) Eizelman; one
grandchild and one great-grand-
child.
* * *
FREDA GORDON, 28680 Stream-
wood, Southfield, died Jan. 12. She
leaves a son, Dr. Bernard of San
Francisco' a daughter, Mrs. Ben-
jamin (Annette) Gelman, five
grandchildren and one great-grand-
child.
*
*
STEVEN GROSS, 15861 Fairfax,
Southfield, died Jan. 14. He leaves
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Gross; a brother, Michael; and
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Gross and Mrs. Becky Ep-
stein.
• *
LENORE HALLER, 19157 Ruth-
erford, died Jan. 13. She leaves
her husband George; two sons,
Alan and Marc; a daughter, Jud-
ith; her mother, Mrs. Nettie Moss;
and one sister.

Titus and Mrs. Donald (Barbara)
Blasky; two brothers, one sister,
six grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren. Interment Detroit
• s •
BENJAMIN LOEFSKY, 2572 Ful-
lerton, died Jan. 9. He leaves a
son,. Abraham of Monterey, Calif.;
two daughters, Mrs. Morton (Jes-
sie) Robins and Mrs. Harry (Mil-
dred) Kritzer of Granada Hills,
Calif.; six grandchildren and nine

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Frank Mersky, 74,
Berditchever Scty.
Founder, Head

Frank Mersky, founder a n d
president of the Berditchever So-
ciety, died Jan. 11 at age 74.
Mr. Mersky, 25645 Briar, Oak
Park, was former owner of the
Eastern Market Food Co. and own-
er of Almor Corp., a food equip-
ment firm in Warren. He was a

great-grandchildren.
*
*
ROBERT E. MARGOLIS, 20083

Beechaven, Southfield, died Jan.
12. He leaves two daughters, Sher-
ee and Janice; his mother, Mrs.
Celia Margolis; and two sisters.
*
*
PAULINE MOSS MA N, 4842
Mansfield, Royal Oak, died Jan.
8. She leaves two sons, Richard
and Bruce; her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Agranove of Miami
Beach; and one sister.
*
*
GOLDIE MYERSON, 18695
Northiawn, died Jan. 10. She leaves
two sons, Max and Harvey of Las
Vegas; a daughter, Mrs. Benjamin
* * *
DAVID HESS, 18013 Greenfield, (Sophie) Scharg; five grandchil-
dren
and two great-grandchildren.
died Jan. 13. Survived by his wife,

Hanna; two daughters, Mrs. Mor-
MARY SCHUMER, 18650 Sus-
ris (Rita) Elkin and Mrs. Hyman
(Senta) Shenkman; a n d three sex, died Jan. 11. Survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Philip (Geraldine)
grandchildren.
Resnick and Mrs. Samuel (Mar-
s
*
*
GABRIEL (GABE) KAHN, 120 cia) Canton; one brother, one
grandchildren.
Glynn Ct., died Jan. 13. He leaves sister and seven
* *
his wife, Beatrice; a son, Maj.
MAX
SCHWARTZ,
18900 Santa
William Kahn of West Point; one
brother, one sister and two grand- Rosa, died Jan. 10. He leaves his
wife, Ida; two sons, Murray H.
children.
Stuart and Dr. Leonard Schwartz



of Northridge, Calif.; a daughter,
RACHEL KAIMAN, 11501 Petos- Mrs. Joseph (Dorothy) Client; one
key, died Jan. 12. Survived by a sister and four grandchildren.
son, Samuel Kayman; two daugh-
*

a
ters, Mrs. Arthur (Eva) Marley
REBECCA SMITH, 13244 N. Nor-
and: Mrs. Reuben (Dorothy) Sonne; folk, died Jan. 12. Survived by a
and four grandchildren.
son, Abraham; three daughters,
*
*
*
Mrs. Nathan (Minnie) Lesser,
ALEXANDER LEITER, former Mrs. Oscar (Mae) Boxman and
Detroiter of North Miami, died Mrs. Joseph (Florence) Kahan;
Wednesday. He leaves two sons, one brother, six grandchildren and
Gerald of Flint and Raymond; two four great-grandchildren.
daughters, Mrs. William (Betty)
* s a
HAROLD YOLLICK, 20260 Gil-
christ,
died
Jan.
14. Survived by
Albert Lipsitz; Owned
his wife, Sadie; his mother, Mrs.
Owosso Mfg. Firm
Rose Harris; three daughters, Mrs.
Albert A. Lipsitz, founder in 1954 Raymond (Charlene) Norber, Har-
and president of the Ventrola Man- riet and Bonnie; one brother, one
ufacturing Co., kitchen equipment sister and one grandchild.
makers, in Owosso, died Monday.
He was 68.
`Orthodox Must Provide
Mr. Lipsitz, 20624 Knob Woods,
Coalition With Moderate
Southfield, was a native of Chi-
cago and Detroit area resident 32 Blacks to Curb Militants'
years. He was a member of Tem-
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
ple Israel and Detroit Lodge of
NEW YORK—A community re-
Bnai Brith.
lations
consultant of the Ameri-
Surviving are his wife, Corinne;
a son, Maurice; a brother, Ira of can Jewish Committee warned
here
that
Jews must align them-
Chicago; and two sisters, Mrs.
Jack (Rose) Lewis of Skokie and selves with moderate Negro lead-
ership in order to dampen the
Mrs. Yetta Streicker of Chicago.
effects of black militants.
Israel Laster, consultant and a
Oakland Supervisors Pay specialist for ethnic and minority
of the AJCommittee,
Tribute to Samuel Travis programs
spoke at Yeshiva University's
The Oakland County Board of alumni midyear conference. He
Supervisors paid tribute to the late said "The absence of a continuing
Samuel L. Travis, former board moderating effort on the civil
member, in a resolution Monday. rights effort could lead to a dan-
The resolution by Dennis M. gerous stalemate between the two
Aaron, called Mr. Travis, who communities so important to each
died Jan. 5 in a fire that destroy- other.
ed his house, "a dedicated man
Laster warned that the burden
who served his country and his of the moderating role will fall on
community unselfishly in the in- Orthodox Jews because Conserva-
terests of the betterment of his tive and Reform Jewry generally
fellow man and the citizens at is not located in the urban ghet-
large."
toes. "It is imperative for the
Mr. Travis would have become Orthodox community to actively
a Huntington Woods municipal concern itself with the plight of
the ghetto dweller," he said.
judge Jan. 20.



18325 W. 9 MILE RD., IN SOUTHFIELD

Rebecca Rubenstein, a member
of several communal organizations
and recipient of a Presidential
Citation for her contributions to
the Red Cross during World War
II, died Sunday at age 85.
Mrs. Rubenstein, who resided at
the Jewish Home for Aged, was
born in Russia. She was a mem-
ber of Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood,
Mizrachi Women, Jewish National
Fund Auxiliary and Red Cross.
Survivors are two sons, Nathan
D. and Marvin S.; three daughters,
Mrs. Benjamin (Rose) Jaffe of
Long Island City, New York, Mrs.
Sam (Mary) Blondy and Mrs.
Mark (Ann) Gershon of Los An-
geles; nine grandchildren a n d
eight great-grandchildren.

Saul Sperling, Zionist,
War Refugees' Counsel

NEW YORK — Saul Sperling, a
lawyer active in the Zionist move-
ment, died Jan. 10 at age 63. He
member of Farband, Workmen's was a founder of the Chaim Weiz-
Circle and the Hebrew Benevolent mann-Midchester District of the
Society. Born in Russia, he lived Zionist Organization of America
and a vice president of the West-
in this country for 50 years.
Surviving are his wife, Ida; three chester Region of the Zionist Or-
sons, Morris, William of Rye. ganization of America.
Sperling was counsel for scores
N.Y., and Milton of Dallas; a
daughter, Mrs. Earl (Dvora) Wak- of war refugees who reached this
ser of Dallas; and 12 grandchil- country aboard a chartered Span-
ish ship in September 1941.
dren.
Through his efforts, more than
$1,000,000 was paid by the char-
Jaffa Orange Beats
terers to the 1,000 passengers, who
had been jammed aboard a ship
Chicken Soup for Flu
intended to accommodate 28.
LONDON (ZINS) — The Hong
.Kong flu, now raging in England,
was instrumental in raising the
prices for Jaffa oranges, it has
been disclosed here.
As a result of the shortage of
anti-flu vaccines, physicians have
advised their patients to eat the
During the coming
vitamin-rich oranges. This un-
week Yeshiva Beth
expected publicity has stepped up
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
the demand for this fruit, and the
following departed
prices keep on soaring.
friends, with the
The Israeli government is mak-
traditional Memorial
ing every effort to meet this grow-
Prayers, recitation of
ing demand. The export of oranges
Kaddish and study-
is a vital part of Israel's economy
ing of Mishnayes.
and an important source of foreign
currency.
Hebrew Civil

FRANK MERSKY

1

WE REMEMBER
71-airx ritx

Honor Hall of Famer

Mrs. A. B. (Dolly) Cohen, the
only woman member of the Na-
tional Football Foundation and
Hall of Fame, was honored with a
special award for meritorious
service to football at the annual
Hall of Fame dinner in New York
City. She is the president of the
Foundation's Cincinnati chapter.

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