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April 09, 1971 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-09

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John S. Shabenuan, AF Lieutenant
in Physics Research, Dies at Age 26

First Lt. John S. Shaberman of
the U.S. Air Force died April 2 at
age 26 in Albuquerque.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
L. Shaberman, 8561 Hendrie, Hun-

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Rabbi Mandelbaum;
From Family for
Whom Gate Named

NEW YORK-Rabbi Albert M.
Mandelbaum, former chairman of
the executive board of the Rab-
binical Council of America and
son of the man for whom Jerusa-
lem's Mandelbaum Gate is named,
died March 30 at age 72.
porn in Jerusalem, Rabbi Man-
aim was one of the 10 chil-
i of Rabbi Simcha and Esther
Mandelbaum, who built the house
that gave its name to the gate.
He came to the U.S. in 1916 and
was ordained at Yeshiva Univer-
sity. Most recently, he served as
rabbi of the Nathan Straus Jewish
Center in New York.
Rabbi Mandelbaum served as
Vice president of the Rabbinical
Council of America and was long
;-active in the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations and the Miz-
rachi Organization of America.

Dr. Alfred Strauss, 87,
Well-Known Surgeon

CHICAGO - Dr. Alfred A.
Strauss, nationally known gastro-
intWinal surgeon, died April 1 in
Palm Springs, Calif. He was 87
anti.: had been a surgeon for 60

years.
Dr. Strauss, a founder of the
Louis A. Weiss Memorial Hospital

tington Woods, Lt. Shaberman was
stationed for more than a year
at the Kirtland Air Force Base in
Albuquerque, where he was work-
ing in the classified physics re-
search laboratory.
A graduate of the University of
of Wisconsin with a bachelor
science degree in 1967 and mas-
ters in 1968, Lt. Shaberman was
was in the Air Force Institute of
Technology Program since 1965.
He was a graduate of Royal Oak
Dondero High School.
Surviving besides his parents
are a brother, Marc of Haslett,
Mich. ; and two sisters, Mrs. Erol
(Julianne) Oktay of Lexington,
Mass, and Mrs. David (Susan)
Hirt of Steilacoom, Wash.

Sadie Morrison, 70,
Active in Veteran Units

Sadie Morrison, past president
of Julius Rosenwald Auxiliary of
the American Legion, died Wednes-
day at age '70.
Mrs. Morrison, 14011 W. Nine
Mile, Oak Park, was the owner
for 20 years of the Miller Novelty
Co., 511 Woodward, until her re-
tirement in 1965. She was a native
Detroiter.
Other memberships she held
were in Detroit Post 135 Aux-
iliary of the Jewish War Veterans
and the 40 et 8 Auxiliary.
Surviving are a son, Marvin; a
daughter, Mrs. Donald (Louise)
Fraternick; a sister, Mrs. Arthur
(Henrietta) Barit; and six grand-
children.

Isidore Burstein, a commercial
building contractor who founded
the LaSalle Construction Co. in
1910 and was active in the firm
until his retirement 10 years ago,
died Monday at age 83.
Mr. Burstein was a member of
the Carpenters' Union Local 1513
and was active in City of Hope
and Histadrut fund drives here.
Born in Russia, he came here 64
years ago.
Surviving are his wife, Gussie;
two sons, Albert and Dr. Carl; a
daughter, Mrs. Sol (Evelyn) Rubin;
and five grandchildren.

Anna Goldberg 79
Parking Lot Exec

,

JAY JEROME (Jerry) BADER,
18045 Muirland, died April 5. He
leaves his wife, Judith; three sons,
Robert, Richard and Charles; and
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Bader.
• • •
LARRY BROWN, 32380 Olde
Franklin, Farmington, died April
3. He leaves his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Brown; two brothers,
Dennis and Richard; and his
grandmother, Mrs. Mary Lewis.

,

Anna L. Goldberg, who with her
late husband Max established the
first commercial parking lot in
the United States in Detroit in
1916, died April 2 on a vacation
in Miami Beach. She was 79.
Mrs. Goldberg, 18115 Roselawn,
was vice president of Service
Parking Grounds of Detroit and
the president of Toledo Service
Parking Co. A native Detroiter,
she was a member of Temple
Beth El, Order of the Eastern
Star, Brandeis University Women's
Group, Hadassah and Women's
American ORT. She established a
room specializing in heart care
at Sinai Hospital.
Surviving are two daughters,
Mrs. Howard (Rita) Sherline and
Mrs. Dorothy G. Turkel; three
brothers, Barney, Meyer and Ben
Lachman; eight grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

DOROTHY BRUNKE, 1532 E.
Lafayette, died April 2. She leaves
a nephew, Morris W. B. Cohl; and
two nieces, Mrs. Jack (Leona)
Weinberg and Mrs. Bart (Thelma)
Ciallella.
:
*
MARTIN FELDMAN, 13751 El-
gin, Oak Park, died April 2. He
leaves his wife, Bertha, a daughl
ter, Mrs. Arthur (Rose) Lyons;
one brother ad two grandchildren.
* * *
ANN FOX, 13344 W. Nine Mile,
Oak Park, died April 7. Survived
by her husband, Sam; four sons,
Lawrence, Sidney, Harvey and
Shelby; two brothers, two sisters
and two grandchildren.

Shirley Eichman, 44

The Family of the Late

IOW

AcknoWlsdgeeiVitIr -grate
ful appreciation' the many
- kind eigiressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives_ and friends during
the family's recent. - be-
reavement.

In Memory of
My Beloved Wife

ESTHER

Who 'Passed away April
16, 1968. A woman of
. valor, who can find?

Charles Gitlin

day at age 44.
Mrs. Eichman, 12927 Victoria,
Huntington Woods, was a native
Detroiter. She was a Phi Beta
Kappa graduate of the University
of Michigan in 1949 and belonged
to the PBK Key Club, as well as
Hadassah and the Music Study
Club. She was a patron of the
Stratford Festival.,
Surviving are her husband, Sey-
mor; two daughters, Nancy and
Laurie; her mother, Mrs. Dora
Schwartz; three brothers, David,
Louis and Dr. Marvin Schwartz of
Portland. Ore.; and a sister, Mrs.
Felix Rosenwach..,

Monument
Unveilings

_ Unveiling announcerrionts may he in.
Serted by mail or by calling The Jewish
News office, 17515 W. 9 Mile Rd., suite
865, Southfield, Mich. 48075. Written an•
nouncements must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a stand•
ing charge _ of 54.50 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth,
and $8.00 for one two inches deep with
a black border. •
*

The family of the late Lillian
Feld announce the unveiling of a

monument in her memory 10:30
a.m. Sunday, April 18, at Adas
Shalom Memorial Park. Rabbi Se-
gal will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.

In Loving Memory of

LILLIAN
STERN

Our Beloved Mother
Who passed away March
31, 1957. Sadly missed
and always remembered
by her daughters, Mrs.
Sidney (Sandra) Leve-
than, Mrs. Ronald
(Estelle) Hur witz and
Mrs. Hershel (Gail)
Epstein.

The Family Of The Late
ILENE STEINER -
announces the unveling of
--a monument in her mem-
ory 1 p.m. Sunday, April
18, at Machpelalt Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Rosenbaum
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

JERUSALEM-Rabbi Israel S.
Ben-Meir, a leader of the National
Religious party, died while attend-
ing a United Labor party conven-
tion here Sunday. He was 60.
Rabbi Ben-Meir had been a mem-
ber of the Knesset since emigrating
to Israel in 1950. He served as
deputy minister of welfare and of
the interior, and also • was chair-
man of the Knesset's legal com-
mittee.
Born in Warsaw, Rabbi Ben-Meir
was educated in the U. S., at the
Rabbi Isaac Elhanon Theological
Seminary of Yeshiva University
and New York University.

KC Youth in Religious
Schools Drop in Total

KANSAS CITY (JTA) - A decline
of pupils in all
Jewish religious schools in greater
Kansas City of 7 per cent during
the past year and slightly more
than 25 per cent during the past
nine years has been reported by
the Jewish Education Council here.
Mordecai Levow, executive di-
rector of the JEC', said the drop
over the past year was from 2,555
to 2,375 pupils, and over the past
nine years from 1962 to 1970 from
3,180 to 2,375 pupils. He said that
the trend here "as elsewhere in
the United States," was in line
with "a pattern of slow decline in
school enrollment."
He also reported continued
growth of "intensive education"
indicated by figures on enrollment
of the Hebrew Academy, a day
school which started in 1966 with
34 students and in 1970 had 131
students in kindergarten through
the seventh grade.

in total enrollment

Sidney

A. Deitch

MARTHA FRIED, 16241 Wood-
Ingham, died April 4. She leaves
her husband, Ben; two sons, Her-
man and Louis; two daughters,
Mrs. Max S. (Amy) Klein and
Mrs. Herman (Roselyn) Litman;
one sister, nine grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.
* * *
IRVING FRIEDMAN, 19333
Pierson, died April 3. Survived by
his wife, Helen; his mother, Mrs.
Mary Friedman; two daughters,
Marjorie and Karen; two brothers
and one sister.
*
*
BLUMA GENSER, 18613 Ken-
tucky. died April 5. Survived by a
son, William; one brother, one sis-
ter, seven grandchildren and 13
great-grandchildren.
*
*
EUNICE GERSHON, former De-
troiter of Sylmar, Calif., died April
6. Survived by two brothers, David
of Detroit and Ben of Encino;
and two sisters, Mrs. Hy (Doris)
Adelson and Mrs. Sally Rothen-
burg, both of Detroit. Interment
California.
• • •
JENNIE GLUCK, 20401 Chey-
enne, died April 1. Survived by two
brothers, David Feinstein of Re-
vere, -Mass. and Max Feinstein
of California.

59

lin, both of New York; and four
grandchildren.
• • •
DANIEL D. LEVY, 20639 Ken-
sington, Southfield, died April 2.
He leaves his wife, Thelma; a ,
son, Norman; a daughter, Mrs.
Nancy Ross; one sister, seven
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
• • •
EDWARD M AR T I N PARISH,
24306 Chippewa, died April 3.
Survived by his wife, Betty; two
sons, Melvin and Gilbert; one
sister and four grandchildren.
• • •
KATE PESSELNICK, 1 5 6 2 5
Shelley, Southfield, died April 4.
She leaves a son, Seymour; two
sisters and four grandchildren. In-
terment New York.
• • •
LENORE RONTAL, 22300 Ivan-
hoe, Southfield, died April 6. She
leaves her husband, Stanley; a
son, Howard; a daughter, Beth
Ann; her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan King; and two sisters, Mrs.
Judah (Geraldine) Jaffe of Day-
ton and Mrs. Isabel Gutterman.
. • •
LEA SPEVAKOW, 16240 W.
12 Mile, Southfield, died April 7.
She leaves a sister-in-law, Mrs.
Sadie Spevakow; and two nieces.

FAY T. KLEIN, 14811 Lincoln,
Oak Park, died April 4. She leaves
her husband, George; a son, Dr.
Donald; a daughter, Mrs. Arthur
(Marion) Habel; two brothers, one
sister and five grandchildren.
* *
LILLIAN LELAND, former De-
troiter of New Rochelle, died April
4. Survived by two sons, Albert
of North Miami Beach and Morris
of Detroit; two daughters, Janet
and Mrs. Murray (Dorothy) Weng-



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method of blood transfusion and
applied it to major surgery. Last
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service award of the American
Society of Abdominal Surgeons.

Friday, April 9, 1971

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