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Prof. Avi-Yonah,
Archeologist, 70

SARAH ABRAMSON, 15075
Lincoln, Oak Park, died April
1. She leaves two sons, Dr.
erry and Edwin L.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Betty Gross; three
brothers, three sisters and
six grandchildren.
* * *
ANNIE ADLER, former
Detroiter of Los Angeles,
f l.
March 29. Survived by
11, Harry; four daugh-
r.
ters, Mrs. Ben (Mickey)
Shapiro, Mrs. Edward (Alice)
Cohen, Mrs. Joseph (Rose)
- Steinberg and Mrs. Irving
(Edith) Topper of Detroit;
s e v-e n grandchildren, 11
great-grandchildren and one
great-great-grandchild. Inter-
ment Los Angeles.
* *
ADELA BILANDER, 23241
Kipling, Oak Park, died
March 29. Survived/ by two
sons, Chaim and Abba Hen-
deles, and a daughter, Mrs.
Tzirel Taback, all of Israel;
and four grandchildren.
* * *
PETER COHEN, 19006
At Sorrento, died March 29. Sur-
vived by a son, Maurice I.
Collins; a daughter, M r s .
Jennie Freedman and one
grandchild.
* * *
MARTIN DENHOFFER,
15659 Addison, died April 2.
Survived by a son, Joseph;
two daughters, Mrs. Sam
(Lillian) Markowitz and Mrs.
Max (Grace) Fagelman of
El Paso; four grandchildren
and six great-grandchildren.
* * *
ROSE GOLDFIELD, 19321
Votrobeck Dr., a tuts! March
/ `, 31. Survived by a son, Solo-
mon; four daughters, Jean,
/- Mrs. Saul (Rebecca) Adas-
kin, Mrs. Albert (Charlotte)
\=. Rosen, Mrs. Sam (Barbara)
Press; and 13 grandchildren.

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IDA GREENSTEIN, 13215
Troy, Oak P_ark, died April
2. Survived by a son, Sidney;
three daughters, Mrs. Adolph
(Sadie) Silver, Mrs. Beatrice
Factor and Mrs. Merrill
(Geraldine) Lee; one sister
and 14 grandchildren.
* * * •
ANNA GREENWALD,
26051 Lahser, died April 3.
Survived by two sons, Will-
iam and Peter of Skokie; a
daughter, Mrs. Jerome
(Fanny) Rossman; one.sister,
five grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren. Services
10 a.m. today at Hebr e w
Memorial Chapel.
* *_ *
LVIN HERMAN, 30304
Southfield, Southfield, died
April 1. He leaves his wife,
Beatrice; two sons, Ronald
R. and Baton of Miami; two
sisters and six grandchildren.
▪ * *
DEBORAH KARNES, 23861
Morton, Oak Park, died April
3. Survived by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George (Made-
lyn) Karnes, her grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Swerdlen of Daytona Beach,
Fla., and Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Weinzweig; and two
sisters.
* * *
ANN KATZ, 24370 Ridge-
dale, Oak Park, died March
30. Survived by two sons,
Donald and Kenneth A.; two
brothers, two sisters and four
grandchildren.

ARTHUR KELLMAN, 25115
Ridgecliff, Southfield, died
March 30. He leaves his wife,
Ruth; four daughters, Mari-
lyn, Nina, Julie and Dawn; _
his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Julius (Mary) Kellman; and
two brothers.
* * *
SAMUEL PINSKY, 24650
Ridgedale, Oak Park, died
March 25. Survived by his
wife, Sarah; two 'sons, Sid-
ney Page and Harry Pinsky
of Alpena; a daughter, Mrs.
Leonard (Dorothy) Gre en-
baum; one brother, one sis-
ter, five grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

ver; his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis J. (Mollie)
Silver and Mrs. William
(Anna) Lublin; one brother
and three grandchildren.
* * *
RHODA FLAGGMAN
WEISS, former Detroiter of
Hollywood, Fla., died March
25. Survived by her husband,
Raymond; a son, Howard; a
daughter, Mrs. Tom (Lois)
Sugar of Toronto; three bro-
thers, Dr. George and Dr.
Lee Flaggman of Detroit and
Joseph of Windsor; and two
sisters, including Mrs. Mur-
ray (Fay) Spring of Windsor.
Interment North Miami.

ISIDORE RAVITZ, 15100
W. 10 Mile, Oak Park, died
April 2. He leaves two sons,
Dr. Benjamin B. and Ed-
ward; a daughter, Mrs. Sam-
uel - (Pearl) Zafron; six
grandchildren and t h r e e
great-grandchildren.
* * *
DR. LAWRENCE J.
SCHECHTER of Sarasota,
Fla., died March 26. He
leaves his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H e r m an (Isabelle)
Schechter; and a sister, Mrs.
John H. (Sandia) Shepherd
of Detroit. Interment Detroit.
* * *
ISADORE SEGALL, former
Detroiter of North Miami
Beach, died March 24. Sur-
vived by his wife, Lillian; a
son, Sol; three brothers and
five grandchildren. Interment
North Miami Beach.

IRVING ZAKS, 15215 Rose-
mary, Oak Park, died April
3. Survived by his wife, Syl- ,
via; a son, Lawrence; a
daughter, Marilyn; two
brothers and one sister.

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Dorothy Fields,
Song Writer

The death here of Dorothy
Fields, one of the best known
song writers over half a cen-
tury, was mourned by the
women's division of the Jew-
ish Guild for the Blind and
by the women's organization
of the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies, on •whose
boards she served.
The wife of the late D. Eli

* *

MORRIS H. SILVER, for-
mer Detroiter of Santa Fe,
N. M., died March 31. He
leaves his wife, Bonnie; a
daughter, Inga; his mother,
Mrs. Herbert M. (Edna) Sil-

Joseph Fisher, 76;
Owned Packing Co.

Joseph M. Fisher, retired
owner and founder of the
Lakeside Packing Co., meat'
packers, died March 30 at
age' 76.
Born in Hungary, Mr.
Fisher, 13431 Albany, Oak
Park, leaves his wife, Flora;
a son, Arnold; a daughter,
Mrs. Donald (Nancy) Fox;
two brothers, Alex an der
Fisch of Hallandale, Fla.,
and David Fisch; two sisters,
Mrs. Bernard (Julia) Gross-
berg and Mrs. G r a c e
Schwartz; and nine grand-
children.

DOROTHY FIELDS

Lahm, she wrote the book or
lyrics or both for 119 Broad-
way musicals, among them
"Seesaw." The 400 songs she
wrote included "I Can's Give
You Anything but Love, Ba-
by," "On the Sunny Slide of
the Street" and "I'm in the
Mood for Love."

Rabbi Urges 'Stay
Home on Passover'

Friday, April 5, 1974-63

Labor Support Needs Nurturing

GROSSINGER, N.Y. (JTA)
—Arthur M. Goldberg, gen-
eral counsel of the Amalga-
mated Clothing Workers of
America, told 400 Lab or
Zionist leaders meeting here
that while the American la-
bor movement backs Israel,'
its support cannot be taken
for granted.
He said that the labor
movement is changing geo-
graphically •a n d ethnically
and that Blacks, Puerto Ri-
cans, women and Chicanos
are coming into membership
"and demanding their day in
the sun" and that "Labor
Zionism is the natural bridge
to these groups."
Continuing, he said, "If we
expect •the trade unions of
1980 to be in support of Is-
rael, we must come to terms
with the Blacks, women's
rightists, the Puerto Ricans

and Chicanos and with their
aspirations.'
Judah J. Shapiro, president
of the Labor Zionist Alliance,
called on the leaders to con-
tinue working • for a just so-
ciety in America to achieve
a good and vibrant Jewish
community.

WE RDAEMBER

rn:i rtraz

During the
coming wee
Yeshivoth Bet h
Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the
Kaddish and
following( d e-
parted friends,
with the tradi-
citation of
tional Memor-
ial Prayers, re-
Studying of
Mishnayos.

Lubavitch Youth
Movement Praised .

NEW YORK (JTA) — Gov.
Malcolm Wilson and State
Attorney General Louis Lef-
kowitz have praised the
\efforts of the Lubavitch youth
movement on American col-
lege campuses.
They addressed a gather-
ing of 500 at the Americana
Hotel here in support of the
college and university coun-
cil of the Lubavitch Youth
Organization.
According to Rabbi Shnluel
M. Butman, director of the
organization, Wilson noted
the high standards of moral-
ity in education upheld by
the Lubavitch Youth Organ-
ization.
Lefkowitz, speaking • in a
similar vein, noted the work
and achievements of the
Lubavitch Youth Organiza-
tion, Rabbi Butman reported.
According to Rabbi But-
man, the college and uni-
versity council of the Luba-
vitch Y o u t h Organization
serves Jewish youth on col-
lege campuses and in mili-
tary installations throughout
the United States.

Nissan April
7
T. R. Brodersohn 15
7
Frances L. Katt 15
7
15
Abe Kole
Marcella
7
15
Maiseloff
Rachel L. Bas
8
16
Yitzchock
16
Jane Feintuch
8
16
Isaac Jolan
Edward E.
16
8
Schultz
8
Jennie Shoenig 16
Morris
17
9
Canvasser
Morris
9
17
Greenberg
Jacob
9
17
Gutterman
9
17
'Ida Katchan
17
9
David King
9
17
Sarah Pollack
a
17
Jacob D. Pont
9
David Solomon 17
9
17
Irving Sperka
Helen
9
Wachtenheim 17
Benjamin
Abramowitz 18 10
18
10
Sarah Cohen
10
18
Samuel Fields
18
10
Louis Forman
10
18
Jack Gruskin
10
Wolf Henigman 18
Henriette
Loewenstein 18
10
10
Amelia Meisner 18
Eli Scherr
18
10
Artur-Stern
18
10
Alex H. Winer 18
10
Morris A.
Yassky
18
10
Hershel lair Meier
Hakohen
11
19
Hyman Berman 19 11
Rose Berman
19
11
Minnie Diamond 19
11
Pauline
Goldberg
19
11
Anna W.
11
Goldenberg .19
Ida L. Kaplan
19
11
Beatrice Potok 19
11
Morris Schwartz 19
11
Max Boesky
20 12
Max Friedlander 20
12
Morris Pushkin 20
12
Miriam
Rosenheck
20 12
Sol Osborne
21
13
Sarah Sarin
21
13

OCEAN TOWNSHIP, N. J.
(JTA) — Rabbi Jacob S.
Friedman, the township's on-
ly rabbi, said he had ap-
pealed to all local Jewish
families to keep their chil-
dren home from school on
the second day of Passover,
April 8, and urged every Jew-
ish teacher to be absent after
the township board of educa-
tion again rejected appeals
to include Passover in its
spring holiday schedule.
Rabbi Friedman, of Tem-
ple Beth Torah, also told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that he had the full support
of his board for that appeal
and for his offer to pay the
day's salary to any Jewish
teacher who said that he or
she must work on April 8 be-
Sidney A. Deitch
cause the money is needed.
DETROIT
He said he would make
-
MONUMENT
WORKS
such
if necessary,
out of the synagogue's rabbi's
14441 W 11 m ■ Ic Rd
Gardnr, betw CCC,,, clqe
Gree , ' 0"Id
fund or his own funds.
)9 2 1 11
E.e
616.0130
•T h e Conservative rabbi
said that during his nine
years in the Temple Beth
Yeshivoth Beth
Torah pulpit, the school MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
Yehudah
board had only twice recog-
661 E. 8 /AWE, FERNDALE
nized the Jewish community , 11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward •
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
6 Biks from 3 Jewish
in its holiday scheduling. He
Southfield
Cemeteries on Woodward
said between 20 and ,25 per
Phone 557-6750
-
JO . 44551;
cent of the 8,000 students in LI 24266
ig
the township's five public rienosememommelmeegeepeek. ■ tomemel
schools are Jewish and that
"a goodly portion" of the
teachers, which he estimated
as more than 30 per cent, are
Jews. He also commented
that two of the nine school
7ine.S1 in l illmlimellh'
board members are Jews.
FORMERLY KARL BERG MEMORIALS
Dost thou love life? Then
MANUEL URBACH & SON
-,,..
do not squander time, for
a t;,.. - -
13405 CAPITAL at COOLIDGE • OAK PK. • LI 4-2212
that is the stuff life is made
of.—Benjamin Franklin.

'

Kurt Horwitz Dead;
Fred Freed, Producer Director and Actor

NEW YORK—Fred, Freed,
BONN—The Jewish direc-
writer of documentary news tor and actor Kurt Horwitz
programs and executive pro- died Feb. 14 in Munich. Be-
ducer of the National Broad- tween 1919 and 1933 Horwitz
casting Co., died Sunday at was a member of Munich's
his home here. He was 53.
Little Theater; he also ended
his working career there.
CARD OF 'THANKS
When Hitler came to power
The family of the late he emigrated to Switzerland
Sarah Radner -acknowledges. where he was for a time
the many kind expressions director of Basle's City Thea-
of sympathy extended by ter. After his return to Ger-
relatives and friends during many he was director of
the family's recent bereave- the Munich Residenztheater
ment.
(1953-58).



JERUSALEM — Prof.
Michael Avi-Yonah, Hebrew
University professor of ar-
cheology and one of the fore-
most experts on Jerusalem
at the time of the Second
Temple, died here March 26
at age 70.
Born in Poland in 1904,
Mr. Avi-Yonah came to this
country at the age of 1'7.
He studied archeology at the
University of London and at
the British School of Arche-
ology in Jerusalem. After
many years of service in the
department of antiquities,
first as records officer in
Mandatory Palestine, and
then as scientific secretary
under the government of Is-
rael, he returned to the Uni-
versity of London to earn
his PhD in 1958.
A faculty member of the
Hebrew University since
1949, he was promoted to full
professor in 1963. Arche
ological sites where he di-
dected excavations included
Bet Yerah, Givat Ram,
Susitha, Masada, Caesarea
and Avdat.
A prolific writer, he was
awarded the Bialik Prize for
Jewish Studies in 1955, to-
gether with Samuel Yeivin
for their book "The Anti-
quities of Israel," and re-
ceived the Ben Zvi Prize 'in
1971.

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