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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Yiddish Lexicon Editor
Yudl Mark, Promoted
Language Here, Abroad

Yudl Mark, editor-in-
chief of the "Great Diction-
ary of the Yiddish Lan-
guage" and noted educator,
philologist and author, died
Aug. 1 at age 78. His new
400-page Yiddish grammar
is now on the presses in

ministrative committee of
the Jewish Cultural Con-
gress in 1948, associated
with the National Council
for Jewish education and
the Jewish Book Council
and was a member of
Workmen's Circle in New
York.

OBITUARIES

JOSEPH H. BERMAN;

2643 Park, died Aug. 2. Sur-
vived by a niece, Mrs. Flor-
ence Wolfson; and a
nephew, Allen M. Schnei-
der.

* * *
SADIE BRAGMAN, for-

mer Detroiter of Hollywood,
Fla., died Aug. 3. Survived
Author of countless Yid- by a daughter, Mrs. Jerome
dish textbooks, Mr. Mark (Barbara) Simons; two
moved to Jerusalem with his brothers, Michael Shapiro
wife, Feyge, in 1970 at the
of Detroit and Charles
request of then Israel Presi- Shapiro of Atlanta, Ga.; two
dent Zalman Shazar. In Is- sisters, Mrs. Jenny Levy and
rael, Mr. Mark supervised Mrs. Ida Carvell; and three
the publication of the grandchildren.
Interment
"Great Dictionary" which is Hollywood.
* * *
published under the aus-
pices of the Hebrew Univer-
IDA ENGEL, 255 Car-
sity of Jerusalem.
riage Cir., Pontiac, died July
Besides his wife, Mr. 31. Survived by her hus-
Mark is survived by two band, Harry; a son, Benja-
sons, Emanuel (Muni) of min, a brother, Norman
Detroit, and Moishe of Wil- Wolf of Cleveland; four
mington, Del.; a daughter, grandchildren and 10 great-
Mrs. Abe (Reva) Kriegel; a grandchildren.
* * *
brother, Moishe of East
Germany; a sister, Minna of
ERNEST GROSS, 15146
New York; and seven grand- Miller, Oak Park, died July
children. Interment To- 31. He leaves three brothers,
ronto.
Morris, Fred of N. Miami

n in Lithuania, Mr.
was one of the world's
foremost supporters of Yid-
dish. He was the principal
of the Yiddish high school in
Vilkomere, Lithuania, from
1920 to 1927. In 1921 he au-
thored the first Yiddish
grammar book, and from
1930 to 1934 he was the edi-
tor of Folksblatt in Kaunas
'Kovno), Lithuania.
Upon his arrival in the
U.S. in 1936, Mr. Mark be-
came the director of the
YIVO Institute for Jewish
Research, a post he held
until 1945. He was the edi-
tor since 1941 of Yiddishe
Shprakh, and since 1936
authored or co-authored
most of the Yiddish texts
published in the U.S.
From 1940 to 1970, Mark
was also professor of Yid-
dish language, grammar
and literature at the Jewish
NEW YORK — David
Teachers Seminary-Her- Licht, well-known director
zliah in New York.
and actor on the Yiddish
From 1941 to 1970 Mr. stage, died July 31 at age 71.
Mark was a consultant on
Born in Lvov, Poland, Mr.
Yiddish schools to the Licht performed with the
Jewish Education Com- Polish State Theater and
mittee of New York. He the Vilna Yiddish Troupe.
was a member of the ad- He turned to directing and
worked in Poland, Romania
and France.

David Licht, Yiddis h Actor

Peace for Israel

Peace for Israel means
security, and we must stand
with all of our might to pro-
tect its right to exist, its ter-
ritorial integrity, and the
right to use whatever sea
lanes it needs. I see Israel,
and never mind saying it, as
one of the great outposts of
democracy in the world. and
a marvelous example of
what can he done, how de-
sert land almost can be
transformed into an oasis of
brotherhood and democ-
racy.
—Martin Luther King, Jr.

Associated with the
Folksbiene (Folk Theater)
here for 30 years, Mr. Licht
also directed Yiddish thea-
ter groups in Buenos Aires
and Milwaukee. He received
an Obie (off-Broadway thea-
ter) award in 1973 for his di-
rection of "Hard to Be a
Jew."

He adapted and directed
many plays and musicals
for Folkbiene, including
works by Isaac Bashevis
Singer, I. L. Peretz and Sho-
lem Aleichem.

Robert Feinberg

NEW YORK — I. Robert
Feinberg, a leading labor
lawyer and arbitrator in
New York, died Sunday at
age 63.
He was labor counsel for
the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies, United Jew-
ish Appeal, National Jewish
Welfare Board Development
Corporation for Israel, Mon-
tefiore and Maimonides
Hospitals and Hebrew
Home for the Aged.
He is survived by his wife,
Lucille; a son, Richard; a
daughter, Jean; and a sister,
Mrs. Herbert Daitch.

Beach, Fla., and Herbert;
three sisters, Sarah, Mrs.
Jack (Florence) Cooper and
Mrs. William (Minnie)
Abramson of Belmont,
Calif.

sister, Jennifer Ann; and his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Loberman and Mrs.
Adele Reichman.
* * *

ROSE JEAN PAYS-
NER, former Detroiter of

* * *
MAX KAPLAN

died
Aug. 3. He leaves his wife,
Jennie; and two daughters,
Mrs. Edgar (Ethel) Hyman
and Rose.

Miami, Fla., died July 30.
Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Gilbert (Margaret)
Osnos of Rydal, Pa., and
Betty of New York; a
brother, Dr. B. Swartz of
New York; two grandchil-
dren. Interment Miami.
* * *

* * *
WILLIAM KORASH,

former Detroiter of Day-
tona Beach, Fla., died Aug.
3. He leaves his wife, Ida;
two sons, Nathan and Eu-
gene; three daughters, Mrs.
Max (Anne) Madorsky, Mrs.
Marvin (Betty) Cooper and
Mrs. Donald (Marilyn) Er-
langer; one sister, 13 grand-
children and seven great-
grandchildren.
* * *

ADAM ROSENBERG,

19436 Troy, died Aug. 2.
Survived by his wife, He-
lena; and a son, John.
* * *
AZZA SALEM, 22010
Blackstone, Oak Park, died
Aug. 5. Survived by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mah-
moud (Rosette) Salem; a
brother, Khaled; and a sis-
ter, Manal.
* * *
CELIA SCHARG died
Aug. 3. She leaves three
sons, Samuel, Benjamin and
Jack; seven grandchildren
and three great-grandchil-
dren.

MAXWELL H. KRA-
WITZ died Aug. 4. He

leaves his wife Esther; a
daughter, Mrs. Irving (Lois)
Tobocman; a brother,
Philip; a sister, Mrs. Robert
(Lillian) Berens of New
York; and two grandchil-
dren.

*

* * *
MORRIS LABINER, of

*

19620 Antago, Livonia, died
Aug. 6. Survived by two
sons, Louis and Melvin of
Duluth, Minn.; a daughter,
Mrs. William (Ruth) Opper-
man; two brothers, Herman
and George of Milwaukee,
Wis.; a sister, Mrs. Jean
Goodman; and four grand-
children. Services 10:30 a.m.
today at Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

* *

JOSEPH LANGER,

14591 Balfour, Oak Park,
died Aug. 3. Survived by his
wife, Violet; and a daughter,
Deborah.

DAVID LICHT

The Family
of the Late

PEARL
FENKELL

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

In Memory of My
Beloved Daughter

SYLVIA
DREYLINGER

Two years has
passed away, my dar-
ling devoted daughter,
lonesome and blue
since you are gone, my
broken heart will
never heal. I am lost
and feel so all alone,
yet you are not gone,
my darling. You are
with me always.
Your heartbroken
mother.

died July 31. He leaves a
brother, Kenneth of New
York; three sisters, Mrs. He-
len Laventhal, Mrs. Ruth
Davis and Mrs. Gustave

Charlton Sq., Southfield,
died July 31. She leaves a
son, Martin; a daughter,
Ethel of Alameda, Calif.,
and one granddaughter. In-
terment San Francisco.
* * *

Sidney A. Deitch
DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

LEONARD LEVINE,

Gardner, bet., Coolidge & Greenfield

7181 Glengrove, Birming-
ham, died July 31. Survived
by his wife, Betty Jean; two
sons, Richard B. and Stew-
art; a daughter, Linda; and
two sisters, Mrs. Jay (Reva)
Kogan and Mrs. Henry
(Frances) Bogorad.
* * *
ABE LEVY,
15335
James, Oak Park, died Aug.
3. He leaves his wife, Min-
nie; two sons, Ira and Rob-
ert, a daughter, Mrs. Daniel
(Sandra) Silvers; three
brothers, Oscar, Harry and
Norman; a sister, Mrs. Bes-
sie Schwartz; and nine
grandchildren.
* * *

399-2711

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

LI 2-8266

JO 4-5557

MONUMENTS

BY

BERG
URBACH

AND

ZACHARY MATTHEW
LOBERMAN, 20320 La-

18325 W. 9 MILE RD.. SOUTHFIELD

Eve. 626-0330

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

1

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge ,
OAK PARK —

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

Worldwide Service

(Marjorie) Ordover of Great
Neck, N.Y.
* * *
LOUIS SLOM, 18952
Stansbury, died Aug. 2. Sur-
vived by his wife, Lillie; four
daughters, Mrs. Norman
(Edna) Greenberg of Cedar-
hurst, N. Y., Mrs. William
(Jenette) Robinson, Mrs.
Gershon (Mildred) Bloom
and Sylvia, and four grand-
children.

* * *
SAMUEL M. SMIRIN,

former Detroiter of Toledo,
died July 29. Survived by his
wife, Dolores; a son, Larry;
a daughter, Sheryl; three
sisters, Mrs. Esther Golden
of Los Angeles, Mrs. Bea-
trice Greenberg and Mrs.
Phyllis Cohn of Southfield;
and his father, Benjamin.
Interment Toledo.
* * *

HAROLD SOLDINGER,

20402 Snowden Ct., died
Aug. 6. He leaves a sister,
Mrs. Matilda Gould; and
two nieces. Services 1 p.m.
today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel

RIDADABER
711-1:TX -x
During the
• coming
week

Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the
following d s-
ported friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial •Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
Studying of
Mishnayos.

* * *
HARVEY SCHWARTZ

* * *
VIOLA LANGER, 20536

Crosse, Southfield, died
Aug. 2. Survived by his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawr-
ence (Linda) Loberman; a

* *

PHILLIP SCHNEIDER,

13771 Manhattan, Oak
Park, died Aug. 6. Survived
by a son, Eli of Flint; a
daughter, Mrs. Sidney
(Shirley) Riger; and seven
grandchildren. Services
noon today at Hebrew Me-
morial Chapel.

Suzanne Morton

Suzanne Morton, a volun-
teer probation officer for
the city of Southfield, died
Aug. 5 at age 36.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Morton received a citation
"for dedication and excell-
ence" awarded by the 46th
District Court in 1973. She
was instrumental in organ-
izing the Southfield Wom-
en's Softball League. Mrs.
Morton was a member of Pi-
oneer Women, Temple Is-
rael and the Southfield
Community Players. She
resided at 25629 Larkins,
Southfield.
She leaves her husband,
Gerald; a son, Jeffrey; a
daughter, Laura; her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B.
(Anna) Korman; a brother,
William Zietz; and three sis-
ters. Mrs. Arthur (Helen)
Erman, Mrs. Milton
.,ce) Ring and Mrs. Bur-
,n (Geraldine) Rissman.

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