Journalist Mark Gayn Dies
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 1, 1982 47
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,
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
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
wrote for Ainerasia, the St. former Detroiter of
Berger of New York; three
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.
-Manchuria, Mr. Gayn was The Nation, and for the last Lawrence M. of Granada
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;wised in China, resided in 30 years for the Toronto Hills; three sisters, Mrs.
HARRY TRAUB, 96,
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
L --die Soviet Union during the
Morton (Sadie) Dermer of
Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield .,
died Dec. 29. Survived by
Oak Park, Mrs. Jess (Syl-
399-2711 Eve. 626-0330
his wife, Beckie; two
years and was graduated Rae Stamler
via) Miller of Margate, Fla.,
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.
member of Jewish com-
Allen (Sarah) Wainstock;
zeits of the follow-
E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
munal organizations, died N.Y.; and five grandchil-
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
Dec. 22 at age 83.
friends, with the
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
vices 11 a.m. Thursday,
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Irving E. Adler, retired Stamler was a member of
Cemeteries on Woodward
rial Prayers, recita-
EVA BEHRMANN, 90,
bar and restaurant owner, Hadassah, Women's Ameri-
tion of Kaddish
former Detroiter of North
died Dec. 27 at age 85.
and Studying of
can ORT and Temple Beth Miami Beach, Fla., died
Born in Galicia, Mr. El.
Dec. 24. She leaves a daugh-
Adler lived 65 years in De-
She leaves a son, John; a ter, Mrs. Albert (Hilda)
daughter, Susan of Ber- Komer of North Miami
Mr. Adler was a streetcar keley, Calif.; two brothers,
FAYGA G. CHESLUK
conductor and later worked Fremont Sweetwine and Beach; five grandchildren
at Lefkofsky's at the Alex Sweetwine of Cleve- and nine great-grand-
EDITH LEWIS MARX
Broadway Market until land, Ohio; two sisters, children. Interment De-
1937. He founded and Mrs. Lawrence (Mae) Eps-
For Memoriams and
owned a restaurant and bar tein of Miami Beach, Fla.,
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in Detroit, Adler's Bar and and Mrs. Moray (Annette)
Grill at Livernois and Fen- Kutzen of Ypsilanti; and
13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
TESI, 75, died Dec. 26. She
kell from 1937 to 1945.
OAK PARK - LI 4-2212
leaves three sisters, Mrs.
He was the owner of
Maurice (Betty) Schwartz,
Next to Stanley Steamer
Floyd's Beer and Wine Samuel Katz
Mrs. Ben (Duva) Tate and
and the- Grandway Bar,
Samuel Katz, co-founder Mrs. David (Ida) Schwartz;
MONUMENTS FOR ALL JEWISH CEMETERIES
both in Detroit. Both
were sold in the early and owner of Benjamin great-nieces and great-
MENACHEM M. COHEN
irt:VtVD MI N N V58 NO inint
Sales, surplus aircraft
JACK J. EASON
Mr. Adler worked for Mil- parts, in Detroit, died Dec.
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SHELDON GRANITE COMPANY
ler Real Estate until his re- 28 at age 72.
the Jewish Community for over 60 years
tirement in 1978.
PHILIP NIGER, 81, of
He was a member and Mass., Mr. Katz lived 59 Detroit, died Dec. 29. Sur-
JACOB K. PALMAN
(Betw. 7 & 8 Mile)
twice past president (once in years in Detroit. He co- vived by his wife, Ruth; two
1935) of the former Cong.
Mr. Katz was a member of sons, David A. and Morey; a
Beth Abraham and he or-
daughter, Mrs. Marvin
ganized the Galician Soci- Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Britt. (Shirley) Weingarden; a
ety of Detroit in the 1920s
brother, Sam of Phoenix,
and was its president in for the past 42 years.
He leaves his wife, Dora three children, Martin, Mrs.
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Gary (Andrea) Smith of
S.; nieces and nephews.
Hawaii and Joel Lipson of
ISRAEL KANER, 60,
SAMUEL B. KEMPNER
Seattle, Wash.; a brother, died Dec. 26. Survived by
Nathan; and three grand- his wife, Lillian; a daugh-
ter, Miriam; and a sister,
Leo Rosenfeld, past presi-
Mrs. Morris (Josephine)
dent of Einstein Lodge of
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
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Allen Viedrah, retired
Fund in the Will of every Jew were
ARTHUR A. CUTLER
Born in Poland and a sur- cleaning and laundry sales
followed, sufficient resources would
vivor of the Maidanek and executive, died Dec. 24 at 88, died Dec. 25. Survived
to ensure the future of the
Auschwitz concentration age 81.
by two daughters, Mrs.
Born in Russia, Mr. Vied- Mildred Saphirstein and
young Jewish State on a sound basis of land
camps, Mr. Rosenfeld was a
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-
in all aspects of Bnai Brith. Fox Lodge of Bnai Brith, children and four great-
A bequest to the Jewish. National Fund
He was a delegate to the Daylight Lodge of the Ma- grandchildren.
should be as traditional as having a Blue Box
Detroit Round Table of the sons and Crescent Shrine
DAVID B. RAFAEL .
National Conference of Club.
in one's home.
Christians and Jews and
He leaves his wife, Eve-
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
tional committee for a and Joseph; and nieces and died Dec. 23. Survived by
to afforestation, to a .village, a
three sisters, Mrs. Sam
Holocaust survivors organi- nephews.
(Ruth) Selvan, Mrs. George
Nachlah, to a children's play area, to perpetual
(Shirley) Sada of Fountain
He is survived by his wife, Alfred Well
yahrzeit or kaddish, or to some form of
Margie; a son, Mark; and a
Alfred Weil, an insurance
daughter, Mrs. Charyl
agent for Mutual of Omaha,
dear to you.
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died Dec. 24 at age 84.
Born in Germany, Mr.
IDA POPERITZ died
Weil lived 43 years in De- Dec. 26. Survived by four
the Foundation for Jewish
troit. He was a member of daughters, Mrs. Gerald
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Anne Coleman, a member
Zager-Stone Lodge of Bnai (Flora) Sacks, Mrs. Irving
of Jewish women's organi-
Brith and Cong. Beth Ab- (Natalie) Baker, Mrs.
zations, died Dec. 25 at age
raham Hillel Moses.
Joseph (Yetta) Zager and
They will gladly co-operate with you in
He leaves two sons, Mar- Mrs. Louis (Mary) Been;
out plans to meet your special
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
Born in Poland, Mrs. Col-
tin J. and Ralph; and three grandchildren and great-
in strict privacy.
eman lived 60 years in De-
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
(Sally) Schreiber; and two
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