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April 29, 1966 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-29

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Mrs. Hortense Lambert,
of Heavenrich Family, 97

Mrs. Hortense H. Lambert, a
member of the old Detroit Heaven-
rich family and a lifelong resident
of this city, died April 20 at
age 97.
Mrs. Lambert, who lived at the
Belcrest Hotel, was a member of
the Women's City Club, the Michi-
gan Historical Society, the Detroit
Art Institute's Founders Society,
the board of the Visiting Nurses
Association, the Friends of the De-
troit Public Library, the sisterhood
of Temple Beth El, National Coun-
cil of Jewish 'Women, Hadassah
lnd the Women's American ORT.
. She leaves two daughters, Mrs.
Bertram Nirenberg and Mrs. Wil-
liam H. Frank; a daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Louis Lambert; a brother. A.
B. Heavenrich; four grandchildren
and 13 great-grandchildren.

Samuel Fine Killed
in Traffic; Headed
Golden Age Group

Samuel Fine, president of the
Golden Friendship Circle at the
Jewish Center, was struck down
and killed by a car while attempt-
ing to cross W. Seven Mile at
Kentfield last Friday.
Mr. Fine had made . romantic
headlines last fall when, at age
82, he took a 74-year-old widow
as his bride. He had met Pearl
Robbins at the center, where she
was a member of the Golden Age
Choral Group.
Mr. Fine, 18910 Kentfield, was
a member of the Independent
Detroit Lodge. Born in Russia,
he lived in Detroit 48 years. He
was a retired fruit merchant.
Besides his wife, Pearl, he
leaves two sons, Jimmy and Mor-
Mordechai Bernstein, Yiddish
ris; three daughters, Betty, Mrs.
Hyman (Evelyn) Rosen and Mrs.
Socialist Leader, Dead at 61
NEW YORK (JTA)—Mordechai Harold (Ida) Orman; 16 grand-
Bernstein, editor of Der Wecker, children and eight great-grand-
Yiddish Socialist weekly, secre- children.
tary-general of the Yiddish Social-
ist Farband, died April 21 at 61. Mrs. Pearl Landes
Born in Russia and active there
Pearl Landes, a 50-year member
and in Poland for years as a of Hadassah and active member
writer and organizer in the Bund, of other local organizations, died
he was arrested by the Soviet Tuesday.
Union's regime during World War
Mrs. Landes, 18693 Murray Hill,
II, but went to Poland in 1946,
then came to the United States was a member of Shaarey Zedek
two years later. He had contrib- Synagogue and its sisterhood, the
uted widely to Yiddish Socialist Beth Moses Sisterhood, Denver
publications throughout the world. League and the American Cancer
Society.
She was born in Romania and
CARD OF THANKS
lived
in Montreal 35 years before
The family of the late Lena
Goldmintz acknowledges with coming to Detroit 35 years ago.
Survivors are a son, Irving;
grateful appreciation the many
kind . expressions of sympathy ex- three daughters, Grada, Mrs.
tended by relatives and friends Jack (Molly) Cook of Dover, N.
during the family's recent bereave- H., and Mrs. Misha (Clara) Spie-
gel of Jamaica, L.I.; four grand-
ment.
* * *
children and six great-grandchil-
The family of the late Irving dren.
Stern acknowledges with grateful
appreciation the many kind ex- Emily Solis-Cohen, 80
pressions of sympathy extended
PHILADELPHIA—Author Emily
by relatives and friends during Elvira Solis-Cohen, of the promin-
the family's recent bereavement. ent Solis-Cohen family, died April
19, at age 80.
Miss Solis-Cohen, who had been
active on the national staff of the
The Family of the Late
Jewish Welfare Board as its first
secretary for women's activities
DR. SAMUEL
in the YMHA and Jewish centers,
B. KAHN
published books and wrote for the
puppet stage. Her verse was pub-
Acknowledges with grate-
lished in Poetry and other maga-
ful appreciation the many
zines.
kind expressions of sym-
A delegate to President Hoover's
pathy extended by rela-
conference on children, she repre-
tives and friends during
sented Jewish women at the
the family's recent be-
reavement.
Women's Centennial Congress in
1940. In 1959, she received an
award that recognized "women of
accomplishment in letters and
communal activity."

The Family of the Late

SIDNEY COH EN

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

Dr. Asher Goldin, '74
NEW YORK (JTA)—Dr. Asher
Goldin, Yiddish and Hebrew
author, died April 20, at the age
of 74. He was born in Russia and
came to this country in 1913. He
received his medical degree from
the New York Medical College in
1921. He contributed to well-known
Jewish publications in Europe and
in the U.S.A. and was also liter-
ary editor of "Harofeh Ha'Ivri," a
unique medical quarterly publish-
ed in both Hebrew and English.

OBITUARIES

BEN BELINSKY, 20531 West-
moreland, died April 27. Survived
by his wife, Sara; his mother, Mol-
ly Cohen; a son, Alan; a daughter,
Mrs. Peter (Cheryl) Nathan; and
one brother.
* * *
MIRIAM - BLUMENTHAL, 17196
Northlawn, died April 23. She
leaves two sons, Max and Leo.

*

* *

RUTH BOLTON, 25425 Briar,
Oak Park, died April 23. Survived
by her husband, Irving; three sons.
Robert S., Captain Alan E. and
Michael P.; three brothers, one
sister and one grandchild.
* * *
MORRIS BORTNICK, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died April 26. Survived by -
a son, Philip, and a daughter,
May, both of Jamaica Plains,
Mass.; a brother, Sam of Detroit;
and one sister.
* * *
FREDA EPSTEIN, 94 LaBelle,
Highland Park, died April 20. She
leaves a son, Hyman; two sisters,
Mrs. Blume Kaminsky and Miss
S. Lieberman.
* * *
HENRY FABER, 33420 Michi-
gan, Wayne, died April 24. He

Samuel Reisig, Owner
of Shoe Stores Here

Samuel Reisig, owner and
president for 25 years of Rich-
ard's Shoes, died April 21 at
age 66. The company was at
three locations, two of them
downtown and the third at the
8-Green Shopping Center.
Mr. Reisig, born in New York,
lived in Detroit 25 years. He was
a member of Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue, Craftsman Lodge F&AM
and Detroit Consistory and
Moslem Temple.
He leaves, his wife, Lucille,
19311 Lauder; two daughters Mrs.
George (Bebe) Crandall and Mrs.
Phillip (Norma) Layne; three
brothers, Louis, David and Ben-
jamin of New York; a sister,
Frances of Brooklyn; and seven
grandchildren.

Mrs. Lillian Levin, 55;
Was Detroit Teacher

Mrs. Lillian Levin, a former
teacher in the Detroit school sys-
tem, died Sunday at age 55.
Mrs. Levin, 18495 Santa Barbara,
was born in Poland and lived for
50 years in Detroit. She taught at
the Rose School.
She was a past president of
Israel Chapter, Pioneer Women,
and a member of the Detroit Chap-
ter of Bnai Brith and Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Mrs. Levin leaves her husband,
Ralph; two daughters, Mrs. Alan
(Carol) Hillman and Joan; her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Garnick;
a brother, Maurice, and a sister,
Mrs. Eric Lind.

leaves his wife, Phyllis; a son,
Sander; a daughter, Mrs. Leonard
Lemberg; one brother; one sister
and five grandchildren.
.*
*
WOLF FINKELSTEIN, 18651
Steel, died April 26. Survived by
his wife, Rachel; two sons, Aaron
and Arthur A.; two daughters,
Mrs. Al (Rose) Schwartz and Mrs.
Ralph (Sarah) Berg; one sister,
12 grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
*
MAY FOGELMAN, former De-
troiter of Chicago, died March 25.
Survived by three sons, Kermit,
Alvin and Arnold; a daughter, Mrs.
Phyllis Schlansky; two brothers,
including Isidor of Oak Park; a
sister, Mrs. Annie Handelsman of
Detroit; eight grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
* * *
RICHARD FRIEDMAN, 17394
Mendota, died March . 22. Survived
by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert H. Friedman; and his grand_
parents, Messrs. and Mesdames
Max Niemark and Ben Friedman
of Grand Rapids.
* * *
JACK ISHBIA, 18236 Prairie,
died April 22. He leaves his wife,
Regina; two sons, Earl and Jef-
frey; two brothers, one sister and
one grandson.
* * *
SAMUEL MEHR, 17274 Bentler,
died April 25. He leaves his wife,
Elsie; a son, Clyde; a daughter,
Mrs. Adelaide Gelman; two
brothers, one sister and - four
grandchildren.
* * *
SAMUEL NIDA, 20178 Meyers,
died April 24. He leaves a brother,
Arthur; and three sisters, Mrs.
Bessie Kershon, Mrs. Gertrude
Morantz and Mrs. Mack Barnett.
* * *
SAUL RISKIN, 4039 Orr, Flint,
died April 21'. Survived by a son,
Alfred; a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth
(Phyliss) Rosenberg of Forrest
Hills, N.Y.; two sisters, four
brothers and two grandchildren.
* • •
JOSEPH ROBINSON, 5110 Elm-
hurst, died April 22. Survived by
his four sisters, Mrs. Arthur
(Bessie) Shuttleworth of Blackpool,
England, Lena and Ettie of Liver-
pool and Mrs. • Frederick (Char-
lotte) Fowler of Dublin; and an
uncle, Morris Berlin of Detroit.

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expressions of sympathy extended by relatives and

friends during the family's recent bereavement.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 29, 1966-39



SOPHIA ZACK, 19541 Cranbrook,
died April 23. She leaves her
mother, Mrs. Reva Bogoroff and
one brother, Harold Bogoroff of
St. Charles.

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departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
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Hebrew Civil
April
lyar

Bessie Goldsmith
Rose Kelman
Anna Spitzer
Fannie Goren
Philip Ross
Jacob Lechtzin

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Gershon Grossman
Toba Lerner
Fannie Friedman
Sidney Applebaum
Harry Shapiro
Shlomo Jalan
Eva Goldin
Victoria Freedman
Gus Lew

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Charles Lipschinsky
Anna Rabinovitch
Mrs. N. Charozeter

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Pauline Garelick
Ernoe Weisz
Sadie Eisenberg

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Libby Taitelbaum
Sarah Ussishkin
Kopel Kaplowitz
Aizik Selesny
Joseph Morris Yaker
Emil Kahan
Max Schultz
Minnie Friedman
David Schneider

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Reisel bas Yehuddah
Louis Kort
Bella Kowa!!
Chayeh Esther
Stolinsky

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Ike Cohn
Mordechai Bronstein
Ben Hirsch
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Aaron Wasserman

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Jacob Pat Dies

NEW YORK—Jacob Pat, promi-
nent yiddish author and former
executive secretary of the Jewish
Labor Committee, died here Mon-
day night at the age of 75.
Born in Bialystok, Mr. Pat was
active in Jewish organizations in
his native Poland until he came to
the United States in 1938. The fol-
lowing year he was named execu-
tive secretary of the Jewish Labor
Committee and he served in that
post until 1962.

NATHAN ROSSMAN, former
Detroiter of Los Angeles, died
April 21. He leaves his wife, Diane;
a son, Jerry; a sister, Mrs. Sarah
Smith of Huntington Woods; and
two brothers, Sam and Michael of
Detroit.
* * *
MANUS SHERMAN, 3361 Tux-
edo, died April 25. He leaves his
wife, Rose; a son, Julius; a
daughter, Mrs. Morris (Tillie)
Shapiro; one- grandchild and two
great-grandchildren.
* * *
HARVEY SNYDER, 120 Mont-
calm, died April 23. He leaves a
brother, Louis; and a sister, Mrs.
Dora -Stein.

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