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February 07, 1975 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-07

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K. J. Altschuler, 63,
Local Photographer

Kalman J. Altschuler, a
photographer for 50 years
and former co-owner of the
Metropolitan Art Studio at
8745 Gratiot, died Feb. 5 at
age 63.

OBITUARIES

Arthur Barit, retired em-
ploye of Madison Electric Co.
and a merchandise manager
for a small appliances firm,
died Feb. 1 at age 81.

Born in New York, Mr.
Barit retired from the elec-
tric firm after 36 years. He
was a member of the Furni-
ture Club of Detroit. He re-
sided in Southfield.

,

He leaves his \A/He, Henri-
etta; a son, Irving; two
daughters, Mrs. Samuel (Ber-
nice) Wilson and Mrs. Milton
(Dolores) Fishman; 12 grand-
C h i l d r e n and five great-
grandchildren

:

Sol 'Sam' Deitch,
of Cartage Firm

Sol "Sam" Deitch, owner
- of Sam Deitch Cartage Co.,
died Feb. 1 'at age 70.

Born in Russia, Mr". Deitch
lived 60 years in Detroit. He
'started his company in 1920
with 'a horse and buggy at
age 15. He resided •at 25529
Greenfield, Southfield.

He leaves his wife, Mar-
garet; a daughter, Mrs.
Gerald M. (Lenore) Gurwin;
three brothers, Irving, Morry
of Las Vegas and Sidney;
two sisters, Mrs. Joseph
(Julia) Pleasant and Mrs.
Joseph (Esther) Hilf; and
three granddaughters.

The Family of the Late

JOE F. HIRSCH

acknowledges
I grateful apprecia-
. _41 the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent bereave-
ment.

The Family of the Late

CLARA THAU

Beth Sheva Laikin Davidson, 48;
Directed Jewish Center Theater

Santa Maria, died Feb. 1. in Albuquerque, N.M. Sur-
Survived by his wife, Rose; vived by his wife, Sarah; four
Beth Sheva Laikin David-
seven daughters, Mrs. Ann sons, Harry, Abraham of Los son, who directed many of
Fink, Mrs. Sidney (Yetta) Angeles, Dr. Simon and Dr. the plays that were produced
Feldman, Mrs. Philip Bernard, both of Albuquerque; by the Jewish Community
(Goldie) Berlin, Mrs. Ben a daughter, Mrs. Saul (Lil- Center Theater, died Jan. 29,
(Betty) Greene, Mrs. George lian) BOrden; 12 grandchil-
(Sonia) Laksberger, Mrs. dren and 11 great-grandchil-
Carl (Frieda) Grossman and dren.
* *
Mrs. Morris (Shirley) Silber;
MAX E. LIEBERMAN,
16 grandchildren and three
18865 Carmona, Southfield,
great-grandchildren.
died Jan. 31. Survived by his
* *
MOLLY HABER, 4317 Jud- wife, Esther; two sons, Louis,.
son, Royal Oak, died Feb. 4. and Martin of Cranford, N.J.;
Survived by her husband, a daughter, Mrs. Edward
William; a son, Lawrence; (Jean) Friedman; a brother,
two brothers', Ben Brown and Harry of Atlanta Ga. ; a sis-
Yale Brown; a sister, Mrs. ter Mrs. George (Sadie)
Frank (Edith) Gould; and Bennett; and 11 grandchil-
dren.
ROBERT P. BENNETT one grandchild.
* *
died Feb. 5. Survived by his
*
ESTHER
MARKO, 3226
wife, Rena; a daughter, Mrs.
LOUIS HERMAN, 24224
Michael (Susie) Kent; two W. Seven Mile, died Feb. 3 Evaline, Hamtramck, died
Feb. 2. Survived by a broth-
brothers, four sisters and
er, Morris; three sisters,
three grandchildren. Services
Beth Sheva L. Davidson
Mrs. George (Rose) Gan-
10:30 a.m. today at Hebrew Moshe Starkman,
nage, Mrs. Arthur (Kay) at age of 48. Funeral serv-
Memorial Chapel.
*
Yiddish Writer, 68 Wilde and Sarah.
ices were held last Friday
FANNIE BLINDER, 19100
at Kaufman Chapel.
NEW YORK—Moshe Stark-
W. Seven Mile, died Feb. 4. man, a Yiddish and Hebrew
FRANK MARKSON, 26015
She is survived by her
Survived •by two sons, Jack writer, who directed Yiddish Lahser, Southfield, died Feb. father, Benjamin M. Laikin;
Epton of Los Angeles and publicity for the United Jew- 3. He leaves two daughters, two children, Joshua and
George J. Blonder; three ish Appeal and the Federa- Mrs. Julius (Sarah) Gold- Jessica; and three sisters,
daughters, Mrs. Sarah 'Elko-
berg, and Mrs. Al (Judy) Mrs. Sol Elkin (Judith), Mrs.
witz, Mrs. Bertha Linton of
Allowitz of Los Angeles, Sidney Wilkins (Pnina), Mrs.
Los Angeles and Mrs. Har-
Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Louis Israel Tuchman (Shulamith).
ry (Minnie) Linton; a sister,
(Frieda) Booky of New York;
Mrs. Davidson was born in
Mrs. Mindel Booker; 11
five grandchildren 'and eight
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.
great-grandchildren.
Sam Markewich,
* * *
*
*
RHONDA NISS, 20226 Labor Attorney
ANNA FINK DUNN, form-
Brentwood, Livonia, died
NEW YORK — Samuel
er Detroiter of Miami Beach,
Feb. 5. Survived by her hus- Markewich, former counsel
died Feb. 1. She is survived
band, Sidney; a son, Mi- of the International Ladies'
by her husband, Jacob; two
chael; two daughters, Deb- Garment Workers Union and
sons, 'Irving and Sol of Oak
bie 'and Susan; her mother, the International Fur Work-
Park; a daughter, Mrs. Fred
Mrs. Esther Barnett; and a ers Union, died Jan. 30 at
(Deanna) Averbuch of South-
brother, Leon Solomon.
age 93.
field; a sister, Mrs. Ben
*
Mr. Markewich, 'a former
(Fanny) Kleinfeld of Miami
NATHAN PROGER of De- assistant district attorney,
Beach; and nine grandchil-
troit, died Feb. 2. He leaves was a practicing attorney for
dren. Interment Miami.
a son, Irving Stieglitz of Los more than 70 years. He is the
*
*
Angeles, Calif. Interment father of J u s t'i c e Arthur
LIBBIE DURBINSKY, 18260
MOSHE STARKMAN
Flushing, N.Y.
Markewich of the Appellate
Ohio, died Jan. 31. Survived
*
Division, State Supreme
by a son, Reubin; a daugh- tion of Jewish Philanthropies
BESSIE SILVERMAN, Court of New York.
ter, Mrs. Erwin (Bessie) Joint Campaign here, died
During the 1930s, he nego-
Kornwise; seven grandchil- Feb. 2 in Miami Beach at 25584 Shiawassee, Southfield, tiated the first contract for
died
Feb.
1.
She
leaves
four
dren and 14 great-grandchil- age 68.
ILGWU.
dren.
Mr. Starkman was a city sons, Jack Sillman, Bernard,
Mortimer
Sillman
of
Merino
* *
editor of the now defunct
MAX FRIEDMAN 10723 New York Day - Morning Del Rey, Calif., and Manuel MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
Journal and editor of the of Palm Springs, Calif.; two
661 E. 8MILE, FERNDALE
1I/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
Hemskekh Yiddish poetry an- daughters, Mrs. Samuel B.
(Renee)
Tennor
and
Sylvia;
6 Biks from 3 Jewish
thology and associate editor
Cemeteries on Woodward
of the Lexicon of New Yid- eight grandchildren and six
In cherished memory of dish Literature. He wrote great-grandchildren.
LI 2.8166
JO 4-5557,
*
William George Caplan, who monographs on Yiddish and
MINNA SILVERMAN of
left us so suddenly, Feb. 6, Hebrew literature for peri-
1941. We who have loved you odicals and lectured on sta- Brooklyn died Feb. 2. Sur-
Sidney A. Deitch
vived by her husband, Louis;
will treasure your memory tion WEVD.
a
son,
Robert
Sterling
of
forever. So sadly missed by
DETROIT
He was a former president
your brother and sister and of the Yiddish Pen Club and Fairlawn, N.J.; a daughter,
MONUMENT
WORKS
their families, Dr. B. B. Cap- a director of the Yivo Insti- Mrs. Melvin (Joan) Horn-
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd. *
lan of Columbus, Ohio, and tute for Jewish Research 'and stein of Oak Park; a brother,
Gardner, betw. qoolidge & Greenfield
Mrs. Ann Feldman of Miami the Jewish Culture Congress. Irving Jagoda of New York;
399-2711: Eve. 626-0330
two
sisters,
Esther
Jagoda
Beach, Fla.
* * *
of New York and Mrs. Meyer
(Sid) Gottesman of New
In loving memory of Lil- Harris Gaylord,
MONUMENTS BY
York; and two grandchil-
lian Sandles, who passed
Longtime
Barber
dren.
Interment
New
York.
away Feb. 10, 1968. Sadly
missed by her two brothers,
Harris Gaylord, a barber
AND
CLARENCE J. SNYDER
Morton and Lester; and sis- for more than 50 years, died
and
his
wife,
RACHEL
SNY-
ters-in-law and nephews.
Feb. 4 at age 78.
Born in Brooklyn, Mr. Gay- DER, of Jackson, died Jan.
lord lived 32 years in De- 28 and Jan. 30, respectively.
FOR AMERICA ,,
troit. He was a member of He leaves nieces and
FINE MONUMENTS
AND FOR YOU‘••
the Michigan Showmen's As- nephews. She leaves three
•••
SINCE 1910
sociation and the Elks Club. sisters, Mrs. Morris (Fran-
13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
He leaves a son Dr. Hartley ces) Sherman, Mrs. Jack
Sign up for
OAK PARK — LI 4-2212
U. S. Savings Bonds, --- M. of Tarzana, Calif.; • one (Mary) Freedland and Mrs.
Next to Stanley Steamer
Arthur
(Sylvia)
Mevis.
In-
brother, four sisters and two
New Freedom Shares
terment Jackson.
grandchildren.

SALLY ABRAMS, 21313
Kingsville, Harper Woods,
died Feb. 3. Survived by
three 'brothers, Lou of Fort
Lauderdale, Harry of N.
Miami and Nathan of Farm-
A native Detroit he was ington; two sisters, Mrs.
associated with the studio for Charles (Dorothy) Cook of
45 years. He resided at 25460 Fort Lauderdale and Mrs.
Catalina, Southfield.
Harry (Annette) Guss.
He leaves his wife, Sally;
BLUMA BECK, 15803 Fair-
a
Stuart; a daughter,
M.
coward (Elinor) Marsh fax, Southfield, died Jan. 30.
of uteveland, Ohio; two sis- Survived by a son, Jack L.;
ters, Mrs. Phillip (Shirley) two daughters, Mrs. Jules
Nusholtz and Mrs. Bernard (Helen) Stone and Mrs.
S. (Ruth) Allaun; and three Harry (Julia) Shear; five
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
grandchildren.

Arthur Barit, 81,
Local Businessman

In Memoriam

BERG
URBACH

-

Acknowledges
with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent bereave-
ment.

Friday, February 7, 1975-55

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Baltimore. She was educated
in the Detroit public schools,
earned her BA in anthro-
pology at the University of
Michigan, and MA in dra-
matic arts at New York Uni-
versity. On a fellowship, she
did post graduate work at
the University of Indiana.
She did professional act-
ing in New York for two
years and was a member of
Equity.
At the Jewish Center here,
she did both acting and di-
recting. She also acted in
plays here at the Stables and
World theaters. She also did
frequent readings in Yiddish
at public functions.

WE REMEMBER

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

SHEVAT FEB.

9
28
Bessie Baker
9
28
Hanchen Hess
9
28
Max Kaplan
9
28
Jack Lublin
9
28
David Morris
9
Lifsha Oleshansky 28
9
28
Harry Reisman
9
Shrago F. J. Ruffsky 28
10
Sima K. Bas Moshe 29
10
29
Mary Fill
10
Eugene J. Goodman 29
10
29
Samuel Gore
10
29
Leah Hirsch
10
29
Esther F. Klaus
10
29
Max Wain
10
29
Ben Weider
10
29
Harry Zolkower
11
30
Ben Barnett
11
30
Erna Eisch
11
30
Hyman Rosen
11
30
Katie M. Rubin
11
30
Miriam Schey
11
30
Dora Seidel
11
30
Leo N. Spector
11
30
Abraham Wolok
ADAR
12
Jeanette H. Bernstein 1
12
1
David Davis
12
1
Albert Dvorkin
12
1
Joseph Freedman
12
1
Millie Gallow
12
1
Max Harris
12
1
Saul Marx
12
1
Fannie Remer
12
1
Ruth Seltzer
12
1
Mary Weingarden
12
1
Chananya Willis
13
2
Joseph Clinton
13
2
Nathan Dinkin
13
2
Bella Ellias
13
2
Sara Miller
13
2
Sam Osnos
13
2
Aaron Pollack
13
2
Ben Solomon
14•
3
Noah Applebaum
14
3
Minnie Kane
14
3
Morris Kraizman
3
14
Sam Lux
14
3
Yitzchak Wainer
14
3
Ann Wilner
15
4
Nathan Deutsch
15
4
Jennie Feldman
15
4
Louis Goldberg
15
4
Israel Goldin
15
4
David Goldman
15
4
Pinchus Kaplan
15
4
Isidor H. Mendelsohn
15
4
Frank Orechkin
15
4
Elkuno Rosenheck
15
4
Isaac Zlotnik
15
4
Sarah Weingarden

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Yehudah

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Southfield
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