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March 16, 1973 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-16

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OBITUARIES

FANNIE BARAK, 19100 W.
Seven IVIile r died March 12.
She leaves a brother, Dr.
Lewis R. ; and four sisters,
Mrs. Maurice (Gussie) Bor-
son, Mrs. Julius (Sarah)
Wolfman and Mrs. Mitchell
(Beatrice) Goldstone and
Mrs. Leslie R. (Jean) Fox,
both of Miami.

•EVA FORE MAN (S•E-
GEL), 19100 W. Seven Mile,
died March 11. Survived by
four daughters, Mrs. Morton
(Cele) Richman and Mrs.
David (Marilyn) Ross, both
of.oenix, Mrs. Harvey
( ) Camin of Lawrence,
Kan., 'Ia=m1 Mrs. Lester (Sara)
Atkins of Alameda, Calif.;
s e v en grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren. In-
terment Cleveland.
* * *
i - MAX L. HORVITZ, 2396 E.
Grand Blvd., died March 12.
No survivors.
* * *
HARRY A. KASHDAN,
23470 Elaine Ct., Oak Park,
died March 9. Survived by
his wife, Betty; a son, Joel;
- a daughter, Sandra; and one
brother.

Ls

MA R Y LAKRITZ, 19366
Roselawn, died March 8. She
leaves her husband, Max; a
son, Howard G., one brother,
two sisters and three grand-
. children.

* *

MAX LANGWALD, 23200
Avon, Oak Park, died March
12. Survived by his wife,
Thelma; his mother, Fanny;
a son, Dennis; a daughter,
Mrs. Harvey (Joy) Katler;
and one grandchild.
* *
NELLIE MOSES, 15315
Northgate, Oak Park, died
March 13. She leaves a son,
Harold; a daughter, Mrs.

Asher, Mae of Los An-
geles, Philip, Alvin, and
Mrs. Morton (Ethel)
Rosen, the Family of
the Late

,

CHAI ROCHEL
BERLIN

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.

The Families
of the Late

David M.
Bez

and

Betty
Rabinowitz

Sincerely thank all
the wonderful peo-
ple who helped so
much in so many
ways and shared
with us our grief
and sorrow.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Gustie Lederer, Joseph Kron,
Mother-In-Law I Former Chief
of 'Dear Abby' of Bo•man's

Friday, March 16, 1973-47

Rabbi Sees Left Focus on Israel

TORONTO (JTA)—Rabbi but they need to continue
W. Gunther .Plaut, address- their marching momentum
George (Lois) Dupnack; two
Joseph
Kron,
chairman
of
Mrs. Gustie Lederer, moth-
1,000 persons at his Fri- . . . It is my belief that un-
sisters and seven grandchil- er-in-law of synadicated col- 'he board of Borman's Inc. ing
day
night services at Holy less something entirely new
dren.
umnists Ann Landers and since 1967, died March 9. Blossom Temple, predicted happens on the international
Abigail Van Buren (Dear He was 60.
that the combined forces of scene, Israel will likely be-
MORRIS NIEMAN, 18719 Abby), died March 11. She
Mr. Kron, 1401 Highmoor the various segments of the come the focus for their un-
Grandville, died March 10. was 79.
Way, Bloomfield Hills, was new and old left, and those used energies."
He leaves his wife, Pearl.
Mrs. Lederer, who lived in born in Poland. Since 1930 who have been "professional-
* *
Among the various symp-
Borman Hall, wis born in he had worked in the food
involved in the fight toms that Rabbi Plaut men-
MARY RODIN, former De- Romania and came to Amer- service industry. Prior to the ly"
against the Vietnam War,
troiter of }Sur ban k, died ica at an early age.
chairmanship, Mr. Kron was now will combine forces to tioned was the, recent ad-
dress at the National Council
March 6. Survived by a son,
executive
vice
president
of
She leaves two sons, Saul,
of Churches in the U.S.•
Marvin; a daughter, Mrs. (Abby's husband) and Jules Borman Foods, the firm with find a new target.
That new target, he warn- delivered by Leroi Jones
Gloria Clancy; nine grand- (Ann's husband), both of Chi- which he spent his entire
ed, will be Israel.
(I mamu •miri Baraka),
children and three great- cago; five daughters, Mrs. career.
Rabbi Plaut, who has been who made "vituperative at-
grandchildren. Inter in en t Irene Sullivan of San Diego,
Mr. Kron, who retired last among
those opposed to the tacks on Israel and its Jew-
California.
Mrs. Jack (Ruth) Bean, week, was a member of Adas American intervention i n ish function in the world—
Mrs. William (Sylvia) Derby- Shalom Synagogue.
MEND•L RUBIN, former shire of Chicago, Mrs. Irving
He leaves his wife Ida, Vietnam, said that a "pro- an attack that went largely
Detroiter of Gdera, Israel, (Harriet) Belinsky and Mrs. three sons, Lawrence, David fessional cadre came to unopposed from the as-
died March 10. Survived by Bernard (Madelyn) Farris; of Mantela, Calif., and Ken- dominate a formidable army semblage of the Protestant
his wife, Lia; two sons, nine grandchildren and 10 neth of Ann Arbor; five sis- of political moralists who churches."
suddenly found themselves
Daniel of Dallas and Ben great-grandchildren.
He also included in this
ters, Mrs. Sam (Bessie) out
of employment.
Zion of Ann Arbor; and five
category the First Unitarian
Gold, Mrs. Eugene (Ida)
"They have no real target, Church in Toronto which in-
grandchildren. Interment
Weiss, Mrs. Reuben (Yetta)
Gdera.
vited 'as its speaker John
Dubrinsky, Mrs. Jack (Ruth)
*
Nicholls Booth, an anti-Israel
Weinberger and Mrs. Morris El Al Stewardess
SAMUEL SCHNEIDER,
activist whose material had
(Jean) Somberg and five
former Detroiter of St.
appeared in Gerald L. K.
grandchildren.
Hurt in Massacre
NEW
YORK
(JTA)

Os-
Petersburg, died March 11.
Smith's hate sheet, "The
Recovers, Weds
He leaves his wife, Helen; sip J. Walinsky, a leader in
Cross and the Flag."
two sons, Dr. Edwin and the trade union and Zionist Rose Columbus,
JERUSALEM (JTA)—An
movements
and
in
Jewish
Merle, both of Detroit, one
Bnai Brith Leader El Al stewardess who was
brother, one sister and five communal affairs, died
severely injured in the Lod
March 4 at Beth Israel Hos-
Mrs. Rose Columbus, past Airport massacre last May
grandchildren.
pital at age 86.
president of the Business and 30, became a bride.
He was born in Grodno, Professional Chapter of Bnai
HERBERT M. SILVER,
Antonia Akaria, who at
21640 N. Tuller, Southfield, Lithuania, where he was Brith, died March 10. She one time faced the loss of a
active
in
the
labor
move-
was
56.
During the
died March 9. He leaves his
Mrs. Columbus, 25509 leg, was married to Stefan
coming week
wife, Edna; two sons, Morris ment, and came to this
Deutch,
a
naval
officer.
Yeshivoth Beth
of New Mexico and Law- country in 1912 where he Greenfield, Southfield, was
The ceremony was per-
Yehuda will
rence; his parents, Mr. and became an organizer and born in McKeesport, Pa. She formed
by Chief Rabbi
observe the
Mrs. Louis J. Silver and one founder of the International was formerly employed by Shlomo Goren.
Leather Goods, Plastics and the J. L. Hudson Co. for 14
Yahrzeit of the
brother.
Novelty Workers Union.
years.
Miss Akaria spent months
following de-
I ,
He was elected president
She leaves her husband, in a hospital undergoing
parted friends,
FRIDA TILCHIN, 20460
with the tradi-
Stansbury, died March 11. in 1951 and retired from that Ben; six children, Marshall treatment . for her injuries.
and Allan Lovinger, Eunice
Doctors had almost decid-
tional Memor-
Survived by two sons, Moshe post in 1957.
During his long career as Lovinger, Harvey Columbus, ed on several occasions to
ial Prayers, re-
Schyndel and Paul Schindel;
a unionist Mr. Walinsky was Mrs. Lawrence (Suzanne) amputate Miss Akaria's leg
citation of
and three grandchildren.
founder of the Women's Drosnes, and Tobie Jean but changed their minds.
* * *
Kaddish and
She proved how right their
studying of
CELIA WILSON, 26715 Trade Union and early in his Columbus; three brothers,
411
Mishnayos.
Greenfield, Southfield, died career helped organize the three s i s t e r s, and three decision was when she danc-
ed with her husband.
March 14. Survived by a son, joint board of local unions grandchildren.
Adar II Mar.
18
14
Max Laker
Michael; two brothers, two affiliated with the Interna-
18
14
Samuel Plotkin
tional
Ladies
Garment
Work-
New Orleans Editor
sisters, three grandchildren
Albert
Ressler,
65;
14
Freida Gottlieb
14
1$
NEW ORLEANS, La.—
Max Elias
and four great-grandchildren. ers Union.
1$
14
Necha Gottlieb
As a communal leader he Owned Art Gallery Abraham Slabot, former
* * *
18
Bessie Kushner 14
served
on
the
national
board
19
editor
of
the
Jewish
Ledger,
15
Mendel Pass
SIDNEY WINKLER, 20348
Albert Ressler, owner of
19
15
Eva
Bunin
of
the
Workmen's
Circle
here
Berg, died March 10. He
19
15
Esther Fagen
Ressler Art Gallery, 19208 the local English-Jewish
20
Leon Greenberg 16
leaves his wife, Clare; two and helped organize it in Livernois, one of the oldest weekly, died after a brief
20
Nathan Ruzumna 16
sons, Leslie and Howard; London before coming to the galleries in the Detroit area, illness. He was 63. He was
20
Alfred Wineman 16
the
a
former
president
of
20
16
Joseph Zucker
five grandchildren and one U.S. •
died
Wednesday
at
age
65.
20
16
Bessie
Katz
Mr. Walinsky was a mem-
American Association of
brother.
21
Charles Solomon 17
Mr.
Ressler,
13116
Talbot,
English-Jewish Newspapers.
ber of the board of directors
21
Isaac Levine 17
21
Moses Gunsberg 17
of the National Committee Huntington Woods, was a
Shabse Y.
Services Are Held
for Labor Israel and was one member of the Founders So-
CARD OF THANKS
21
17
Lipschutz
ciety of the Detroit Institute
22
18
Louis Pelavin
for Menahem Barley of the first American Jewish of
To all who helped in our
22
Samuel Natinsky 18
Arts
and
the
Detroit
His-
need,
we
thank
you.
labor
leaders
to
respond
to
time
of
22
Samuel Beznos 18
JERUSALEM (JTA) —Me-
torical Society, as well as The family of the late Dr.
19
23
E. Friedman
the
labor
movement
in
Pal-
nahem 'Barley, father of
23
Charles Drescher 19
Temple
Beth
El.
Born
in
Leslie U. Hendelman.
Minister of Commerce and estine.
Julius
Montreal, he lived in the
23
19
Wasserman
He
presided
at
the
Con-
Industry Gen. Haim Barley,
23
19
Eva Shlakman
gress for Labor Palestine in Detroit area for 55 years.
23
19
died March 6 at age 77.
Rachel Scherr
Survivors
are
a
brother,
MONUMENT
CENTER,
*INC,
23
19
Harry
Raskin
Menahem Barley came to 1918 in New York and was Herb; and a sister, Helen.
23
Meyer Weisberg 19
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
one of the first to respond
23
Israel from Poland in 1940.
Rebecca Katzer 19
Services 10 a.m. today at
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
23
Jenny Lebus 19
Acting Premier Yigal Al- to an appeal by David Ben- Kaufman Chapel.
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
Abraham M.
24
20
lon and other cabinet minis- Gurion to establish the His-
Kreplak
Cemeteries on Woodward
William
ters and Chief of Staff Gen. tadrut campaign and was an
24
Schwartzman
20
JO
4-5557,
1_1 2-8266
David Elazar attended the active leader of that cam- Morris Appelblatt
24
20.
Bessie Baskin
24
20
Katie
Zamler
paign
for
50
years.
services.
Morris Appelblatt, a life
member of Julius Rosenwald
Yeshivoth Beth
Sidney A. Deitch
Schedules remind us how Post of the American Legion
Yehud
far
we
are
behind
in
our
DETROIT
In Beloved Memory of
and a member of the Halevy
15751 W. 1014 Mile
work.
Chorus, died Monday at age
MONUMENT WORKS
Southfield
ANN ROTH
77.
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd
Phone 557-6750
Mr. Appelblatt, 12800 W. Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield
The Family of the Late
One year has come and
Eve 626-0330
,399 2711
Nine Mile, Oak Park, was
gone, since you left us
a member of the Yiddish
HERMANN
Mother dear, but we
Folks Ferein. Born in Po-
GOLDBERGER
never stop thinking of
land, he lived in the Detroit
Announces the unveil-
all the precious mo-
area 49 years. He was a
ing of a monument
ments we spent with
retired machinist for Chevro-
in his memory noon,
you, always in our
let division of General Mo-
March
25
at
Hebrew
thoughts. Son, Allan
tors and a World War I
fit P• -3ineit inlihnumenh
Memorial Park. Rabbis
Roth; daughter and
veteran.
Deutsch and Zachar-
son-in-law, Sandy and
FORMERLY KARL BERG MEMORIALS
Surviving are his wife,
iash will officiate. Rel-
Ivan Collins, and grand-
Mollie; two sons, Irving and
MANUEL URBACH & SON
atives and friends are
daughter, Marla Renee
Bernard; a daughter, Mrs.
13405 CAPITAL at COOLIDGE • OAK PK. • LI 4 2212
asked to attend.
Collins.
Benson (Shirley) Leet; and
11 grandchildren.

ossip Walinsky,
Union Leader

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