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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-01

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Journalist Mark Gayn Dies

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 1, 1982 47

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OBITUARIES

TORONTO (JTA) —
Despite his assimilated
Mark Gayn, a journalist background, he expres-
and author who was consi- sed a heightened interest
JACK I. ALTMAN, 71,
WALTER
J. sister, Mrs. Jack (Minnie)
SAM ZEMEL, 73, of Oak
dered an outstanding au- in Israel in recent years died Dec. 23. He leaves his
Park, died Dec. 23. Survived
thority on the Far East and and followed its de- wife, Dorothy; a daughter, SCHWARTZ, 49, died Dec. Singer.
by his wife, Janet; a son,
the Soviet Union, has died velopment with close Mrs. Stanley (Sharon) 22. He leaves his wife,
ROSE TABOCK, 87, of Mitchell A. of San Fran-
Carol; three sons, Mark,
here at age 72.
concern and sympathy.
Stovack; and a sister, Rose.
Matthew and Robert; a Oak Park, died Dec. 23. cisco, Calif.; a daughter,
For the past two decades
Regarded as one of the
*
*
daughter,
Sondra; and a Survived by a son, Jack S.; a Reva; and a brother, Julius
he was a member of the leading authorities on
daughter, Mrs. Julius (Ida) Zemmol.
editorial board of the To- foreign affairs, Mr. Gayn
JULIUS ARAN, 69, brother, Richard.
Katz; a brother, Lazar
*
*
*
ronto Star.
wrote for Ainerasia, the St. former Detroiter of
Berger of New York; three
CHARLES
SUFFRON,
Born into an assimilated Louis Post-Dispatch, Granada Hills, Calif., died
grandchildren and four
Sidney A. Deitch
Russian Jewish family in Newsweek, Chicago Sun, Oct. 27. Survived by a son, 77, died Dec. 28. He leaves a great-grandchildren.
DETROIT
-Manchuria, Mr. Gayn was The Nation, and for the last Lawrence M. of Granada
* * *
MONUMENT WORKS
;wised in China, resided in 30 years for the Toronto Hills; three sisters, Mrs.
HARRY TRAUB, 96,
WE REMEMBER
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
L --die Soviet Union during the
Morton (Sadie) Dermer of
Star.
Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield .,
died Dec. 29. Survived by
During
the
coming
early post-revolutionary
Oak Park, Mrs. Jess (Syl-
399-2711 Eve. 626-0330
his wife, Beckie; two
week Yeshivath
years and was graduated Rae Stamler
via) Miller of Margate, Fla.,
daughters,
Mrs.
Sidney
Beth Yehudah will
from Pomona College in
Rae R. Stamler, a and Mrs. Philip (Celia)
(Zella) Burstein and Mrs.
observe the Yahr-
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
California.
Kalmanowitz
of
Brooklyn,
member of Jewish com-
Allen (Sarah) Wainstock;
zeits of the follow-
661
E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
munal organizations, died N.Y.; and five grandchil-
four
grandchildren
and
six
ing departed-
dren.
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
Dec. 22 at age 83.
great-grandchildren. Ser-
friends, with the
Irving Adler
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
vices 11 a.m. Thursday,
* * *
traditional Memo-.
Irving E. Adler, retired Stamler was a member of
Cemeteries on Woodward
rial Prayers, recita-
Dec.
31,
at
Hebrew
Memo-
EVA BEHRMANN, 90,
bar and restaurant owner, Hadassah, Women's Ameri-
LI 2-8266
JO 4-5557
tion of Kaddish
rial Chapel.
former Detroiter of North
died Dec. 27 at age 85.
_tor
and Studying of
can ORT and Temple Beth Miami Beach, Fla., died
Born in Galicia, Mr. El.
Mishnavos.
Dec. 24. She leaves a daugh-
Adler lived 65 years in De-
MONUMENTS BY
She leaves a son, John; a ter, Mrs. Albert (Hilda)
troit.
TEVES JAN.
daughter, Susan of Ber- Komer of North Miami
BERNARD BLOCH
8 3
Mr. Adler was a streetcar keley, Calif.; two brothers,
FAYGA G. CHESLUK
8 3
AND
conductor and later worked Fremont Sweetwine and Beach; five grandchildren
HARRY KEYS
8 3
at Lefkofsky's at the Alex Sweetwine of Cleve- and nine great-grand-
ISRAEL LUBOW
8 3
-
EDITH LEWIS MARX
8 3
Broadway Market until land, Ohio; two sisters, children. Interment De-
DOROTHY MISRACH
8 3
troit.
1937. He founded and Mrs. Lawrence (Mae) Eps-
CELIA RABINOWITZ
For Memoriams and
8 3
owned a restaurant and bar tein of Miami Beach, Fla.,
REVA SCHOICHIT
* * *
8 3
FINE MONUMENTS
Donations call
SAM SIEGEL
8 3
in Detroit, Adler's Bar and and Mrs. Moray (Annette)
SINCE 1910
SHIRLEY
N.
COR-
ALEXANDER WEISS
8
3
Grill at Livernois and Fen- Kutzen of Ypsilanti; and
EDIS BORDOLEY
9 4
13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
TESI, 75, died Dec. 26. She
kell from 1937 to 1945.
DAVID FLEISCHER
9 4
four grandchildren.
OAK PARK - LI 4-2212
leaves three sisters, Mrs.
Mary Papa
NETTIE FRIEDMAN
9 4
967-4414
He was the owner of
Maurice (Betty) Schwartz,
MORRIS HOFFMAN
9 4
Next to Stanley Steamer
Floyd's Beer and Wine Samuel Katz
AARON NATINSKY
9 4
Mrs. Ben (Duva) Tate and
BENJAMIN
SCHLUSSEL
9 4
and the- Grandway Bar,
LAWRENCE BEIGLER
Samuel Katz, co-founder Mrs. David (Ida) Schwartz;
10 5
MONUMENTS FOR ALL JEWISH CEMETERIES
both in Detroit. Both
HYMAN
R.
COHEN
nieces
and
nephews
and
10
5
were sold in the early and owner of Benjamin great-nieces and great-
MENACHEM M. COHEN
10 5
tri
irt:VtVD MI N N V58 NO inint
Sales, surplus aircraft
JACK J. EASON
10 5
1970s.
nephews.
ROSE GROSSBERG
10 5
Mr. Adler worked for Mil- parts, in Detroit, died Dec.
* * *
LENA GROSSMAN
10 5
SHELDON GRANITE COMPANY
ler Real Estate until his re- 28 at age 72.
CELIA KAPETANSKY
10 5
Serving
the Jewish Community for over 60 years
Born
in
North
Adams,
BESSIE
KATZMAN
10 5
tirement in 1978.
PHILIP NIGER, 81, of
MAX LYNDER
10 5
19800 WOODWARD
He was a member and Mass., Mr. Katz lived 59 Detroit, died Dec. 29. Sur-
JACOB K. PALMAN
10 5
SAM GORLICK
(Betw. 7 & 8 Mile)
twice past president (once in years in Detroit. He co- vived by his wife, Ruth; two
MORRIS RADNER
10 5
(owner)
founded
the
firm
in
1951.
BAILAH
ROTENBERG
10 5
1935) of the former Cong.
MENDEL ROTENBERG
Mr. Katz was a member of sons, David A. and Morey; a
368-3550
Beth Abraham and he or-
daughter, Mrs. Marvin
AND FAMILY
10 5
JULIUS SCHWARTZ
10 5
ganized the Galician Soci- Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Britt. (Shirley) Weingarden; a
and
bowled
with
its
league
BERTHA
SKOLNICK
10 5
ety of Detroit in the 1920s
brother, Sam of Phoenix,
RACHEL SPERLING
10 5
and was its president in for the past 42 years.
HYMAN SNYDER
Ariz.;
and
two
grand-
10 5
He
leaves
his
wife,
Elsie;
ANNA WEINGARDEN
1935.
10 5
children.
REBECCA WEISBERG
10 5
He leaves his wife, Dora three children, Martin, Mrs.
* * *
JENNIE
APPLEBAUM
11 6
Gary (Andrea) Smith of
S.; nieces and nephews.
SALA CETNER
11 6
Hawaii and Joel Lipson of
JULIUS GREEN
11 6
ISRAEL KANER, 60,
SAMUEL B. KEMPNER
11 6
Seattle, Wash.; a brother, died Dec. 26. Survived by
SOLOMON
LEASH
11
6
Nathan; and three grand- his wife, Lillian; a daugh-
Leo Rosenfeld
IRVING MINSKY
11 6
children.
MILDRED MOSKOVITZ
11 6
ter, Miriam; and a sister,
Leo Rosenfeld, past presi-
HARRY SLOBASKY
11 6
Mrs. Morris (Josephine)
dent of Einstein Lodge of
THERESA SONNENFELD
11 6
Vernick.
DIANA BLANK YASHINSKY 12 7
Bnai Brith, died Dec. 12 at Allen Viedrah
If the tradition of including the Jewish
CANTOR RUBIN BOYARSKY 12 7
age 54.
* * *
Allen Viedrah, retired
National
Fund in the Will of every Jew were
ARTHUR A. CUTLER
12 7
Born in Poland and a sur- cleaning and laundry sales
JOSEPH KATZ
12 7
ANNA KLEINFELD,
invariably
followed, sufficient resources would
FAYGA KUHN
12 7
vivor of the Maidanek and executive, died Dec. 24 at 88, died Dec. 25. Survived
LEVI KUHN
12 7
be
accumulated
to ensure the future of the
Auschwitz concentration age 81.
LAURA NAGLER
12 7
by two daughters, Mrs.
Born in Russia, Mr. Vied- Mildred Saphirstein and
MORRIS SCHECHTER
young Jewish State on a sound basis of land
camps, Mr. Rosenfeld was a
12 7
EVA LANDSMAN
12 7
charter member of Einstein rah was a member of Cong.
de ?Yelopment, social welfare, and justice.
Mrs. Max (Evelyn)
CHARLES J. CHICKIE
Lodge and had been active Beth Shalom, Downtown- Strumeyer; two grand-
SHERMAN
12 7
FANNY WEITZMAN
12 7
in all aspects of Bnai Brith. Fox Lodge of Bnai Brith, children and four great-
BERTHA ZEFF
A bequest to the Jewish. National Fund
12 7
He was a delegate to the Daylight Lodge of the Ma- grandchildren.
TANIA BERMAN
12 7
should be as traditional as having a Blue Box
Detroit Round Table of the sons and Crescent Shrine
DAVID B. RAFAEL .
MOSHE
13 8
National Conference of Club.
in one's home.
BESSIE BOESKY
13 8
HARRY POMER-
Christians and Jews and
He leaves his wife, Eve-
JENNIE EIFER
13 8
was a member of the educa- lyn; two brothers, Louis A. ANTZ, 59, of Oak Park,
ARTHUR M. GLASER
13 - 8
You may want your bequest to'be
HARRY GROSSMAN
13 8
tional committee for a and Joseph; and nieces and died Dec. 23. Survived by
JENNIE KOZEL
13 8
dedicated
to afforestation, to a .village, a
three sisters, Mrs. Sam
Holocaust survivors organi- nephews.
MORRIS LEIDER
13 8
zation.
(Ruth) Selvan, Mrs. George
IZSAK MARTON
13 8
Nachlah, to a children's play area, to perpetual
JACOB ROTENBERG
13 8
(Shirley) Sada of Fountain
He is survived by his wife, Alfred Well
yahrzeit or kaddish, or to some form of
-
SAMUEL SALTSMAN
13 8
Valley,
Calif.,
and
Mrs.
Margie; a son, Mark; and a
Alfred Weil, an insurance
DIANE SCHWARTZ
13 8
permanent
tribute
in
the
names
of
persons
Kenneth
(Sylvia)
Stern.
daughter, Mrs. Charyl
BERTHA KATCHKE
agent for Mutual of Omaha,
dear to you.
SILVERMAN
13 8
* * *
died Dec. 24 at age 84.
ABRAM GARDIN
14 9
Born in Germany, Mr.
IDA POPERITZ died
HENRY COHEN
14 9
MORRIS ENKIN
14 9
Weil lived 43 years in De- Dec. 26. Survived by four
the Foundation for Jewish
Anne Coleman
SHAINA JOLK
14 9
troit. He was a member of daughters, Mrs. Gerald
LOUIS SENDER
14 9
National
Fund,
' 2 5 5737-068644
Southfield Rd.,
Anne Coleman, a member
HILDE SOSNICK
Zager-Stone Lodge of Bnai (Flora) Sacks, Mrs. Irving
14 9
LOUIS
ZIDE
of Jewish women's organi-
14 9
Brith and Cong. Beth Ab- (Natalie) Baker, Mrs.
zations, died Dec. 25 at age
Yeshivath Beth
raham Hillel Moses.
Joseph (Yetta) Zager and
They will gladly co-operate with you in
61.
Yehudah
He leaves two sons, Mar- Mrs. Louis (Mary) Been;
working
out plans to meet your special
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
Born in Poland, Mrs. Col-
tin J. and Ralph; and three grandchildren and great-
557-6750
Southfield
requirements,
in strict privacy.
eman lived 60 years in De-
grandchildren.
grandchildren.
troit. She was a member of
Infants Service Group and
Women's American ORT.
She leaves her husband,
Morris; a son, Richard
Selik; a sister, Mrs. George
I RA
(Sally) Schreiber; and two
Directors
of Funerals
18325 W. 9 Mile Rd. Southfield
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grandsons.

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