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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-06-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lester Gordon, 78
Insurance Broker

Friday, June 4, 1971-47

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Lester D. Gordon, a real estate
investor and insurance broker,
died May 27 at age 78.
Mr. Gordon, a native of Chicago
and 20-year resident of the Detroit
area, lived at 23300 Providence,
Southfield. A member of Temple
Beth El and Standard City Club
of Detroit, he was a World War I
veteran.
Survivors are a daughter, Mrs.
Henry (Carole) Gordon; two
brothers, Jule of Washington, D.C.
and Herbert of Fort Lauderdale;
two sisters, Mrs. Claudia Lester
of California and Mrs. Edna Las-
ker of Chicago; and three grand-
children.

Rebecca Schembeck;
High School Teacher

Rebecca H. Schembeck, a retired
Detroit schoolteacher, died Mon-
day at age 73.
Miss Schembeck, of Lafayette
Towers, was born in Nebraska and
graduated from the University of
Nebraska in 1920. She taught lan-
guages at Cooley and Mackenzie
high schools here until her retire-
ment in 1965.
She was affiliated with Women's
City Club and Temple Beth El.
Her survivors are a sister, Rae;
and a brother, Dr. I. S. Schem-
beck.

Rabbi Jochanan said: "The day
of the ingathering of the exiles is
as great as the day in which heaven
and earth were created."
-The Talmud

OBITUARIES

Mollie Wolf, Hadassah
Leader in Miami Beach

Mollie Wolf, chairman of the
fund-raising committee of Hadas-
sah in Miami Beach, died May 30
at age 74.
Mrs. Wolf was a 45-year resident
of Detroit before moving to North
Miami Beach seven years ago. She
was a native Detroiter.
She leaves two sons, Marvin and
Stanford of Detroit; four sisters,
Mrs. Lena Hochman and Mrs.
Louis (Peggy) Lenhoff, both of
Detroit, and Mrs. Meyer (Eliza-
beth) Levens and Mrs. Eve Hirsh-
man, both of California; a broth-
er, Simon Weingarden; and six
grandchildren- Interment Detroit.

Sol Nusbaum, 59;
Ran Carpet Center

LILLIAN JENNY BENESON,
20258 Westbrook, died May 30. Sur-
vived by four brothers, Ben, Wil-
liam, Seymour and Aubrey; and a
sister, Mrs. Betty Pikstein.
* * *
REBECCA BIALICK, 19639 W.
12 Mile, Southfield, died May 30.
Survived by a son, Nathan; three
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.

* *

JEANETTE COOPER, 11501 Pet-
oskey, died May 28. Survived by a

daughter, Mrs. Leah Fertel of
Palm Springs, Calif.; eight grand-
children and 14 great-grandchil-
dren.

(Helen) Guz; one brother, one
sister and six grandchildren.
* • *
SYLVIA KIRSCH, 11501 Petos-
key, died May 27. Survived by two
sons, Paul and Daniel; and six
grandchildren.

* * *

ABRAHAM A. KLEIN, 20079 Pat-
ton, died May 27. He leaves his
wife, Dorothy; a son, Marty; a
daughter, Mrs. Nino (Sandra)
Green; one brother, one sister and
three grandchildren.


DR. LOUIS A. KONHEIM, 24291
Eastwood, Oak Park, died June 1.
Survived by his wife, Lillian; a
son, Joseph; a daughter, Rachel;
and one sister.

RONNA A. FINKELMAN, 24141
* *
Westhampton, Oak Park, died May
BELLA LEVINE, 11501 Petos-
30. She leaves her parents, Mr. and
Sol Nusbaum, president and Mrs. Robert Finkelman; a daugh- key, died June 3. Survived by a
founder of Carpet Center, a large ter, Jeannie; a sister, Judy; and son, Abraham; three grandchil-
chain of carpet stores in Michigan her grandparents, Mrs. Rae Fin- dren and two great-grandchildren.
and Ohio, died May 29. He was 59. kelman and Mrs. Ethel Green.
MARY MEMBER, 13250 Lyons,
Mr. Nusbaum, 25847 Woodvilla.
ETHEL EISENBERG GOLD- Oak Park, died June 2. Survived
Southfield, was active in many
Orthodox Jewish organizations and MAN, 23420 Coolidge, Oak Park, by her husband, David; a son,
philanthropies, among them Miz- died June 1. She leaves a son, Samuel of Brooklyn; three daugh-
rachi and Bar-Han and Yeshiva Samuel Eisenberg; two daughters, ters, Mrs. Morris (Ida) Klein, Mrs.
universities.
Mrs. Harry (Edith) Dubrow and Abraham (Rose) Krosnick and
Mrs. Louis (Helen) Levinson of
Survived by his wife, Anna; a Mrs. Louis (Ruth) Lieberman; 19 Jackson Heights, N.Y.; two sisters,
son, Joseph; and a daughter, grandchildren and 12 great grand- six grandchildren and 10 great-
children.
Marilyn.
grandchildren.
* *
JEFFERY ALLAN GROSS,
CARD OF THANKS
SAMUEL
MINTZ,
13250 Burton,
The family of the late Frank L. 30535 Woodside, Franklin, died Oak Park, died May 28. He leaves
June
1.
He
leaves
his
parents,
Diskin acknowledges with grate-
his wife, Nettie; a son, Lawrence;
ful appreciation , the many kind Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross; two and two brothers.
sisters,
Marsha
and
Debra;
and
* *
expressions of sympathy extended
by relatives and friends during the his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
RICHARD
M.
MITCHELL,
19430
Max Gross and Mrs. Rael Berman. Meyers, died May 30. He leaves
family's recent bereavement.
* * *
his wife, Lillian; his mother, Mrs.
JOSEPH KERTES, 11501 Petos- Gertrude Brier of Glendale, Ariz.;
key, died June 2. Survived by a one brother and two sisters.
son, Marvin; two daughters, Mrs.
Ben (Pearl) Guyer of West Or-
ange, N.J. and Mrs. Harold

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.CELIA SCHLESINGER, 19640
Cranbrook, died June 2. She leaves
two daughter s, Mrs. Arthur
(Teresa) Leichtman and Mrs.
George (Alice) Wise; one sister,
six grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.
* * *
MINNIE SCHNEIDER, 11501 Pet-
oskey, died May 31. Survived by
three sons, Martin, Thomas and
Jack; one brother and five grand-
children.
* * *
MAURICE H. SHAPIRO', 25876
Pembroke, Huntington Woods, died
June 2. He leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Jack (Evelyn) Munson and
Mrs. Jules (Lydia) Sanders; four
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.

BURTON TANZMAN, 24650
Seneca, Oak Park, died June 1.
He leaves his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph T. Tanzman; a broth-
er, Arnold; and a sister, Mrs. Paul
(Elaine) Russman.
* *
MAX TENENBAUM, 23060 Kip-
ling, Oak Park, died May 3L Sur-
vived by a son, Gerald; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Abraham (Rebecca)
Schwartz and Mrs. Marvin
(Frances) Saffer; one sister and
eight grandchildren.

WE REMEMBER

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Monument Unveilings

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

LESTER
SYNER

NAOMI RUTH
CARSON

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 2 p.m. Sunday,
June 6 at Clover Hill
Memorial Park. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 10 a.m. Sunday,
June 6, at Adas Shalom
Memorial Park. Rabbi
Segal will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

CELIA FERENCZ

MARY FERENCZ

HARRY I.
GROSS

Announces the unveiling
of monuments in their
memory 2 p.m. Sunday,
June 6, at Hebrew Me-
morial Park. Rabbi Lehr-
man will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
June 6 at Clover Bill
Memorial Park. Rabbi
Rosenbaum will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

and

Thee Family of the Late



, ROSE
ZUCHTER

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 12 noon Sunday,
June 6, at Chesed shel
lines Cemetery. Rabbi
Wohlgelernter will offi-
ciate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family of the Late

BETTY
PEARLMAN

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 1:30 p.m. Sun-
day, June 6, at Mach-
pelah Cemetery. Rabbi
Fram will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

Emanuel Einstein; Had
Wholesale Meat Co.

Emanuel E. Einstein, wholesale
food and meat distributor, died
Tuesday at age 60.
Born in Poland, Mr. Einstein,
24900 N. Cromwell, Franklin, was
owner of City Market Co., 1308
Division, during his 50 years here.
He belonged to the Wholesale
Meat Distributors Association,
Bnai Brith and Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
A member of the Michigan State
Bar Association, Mr. Einstein was
a 1933 graduate of the University
of Detroit Law School.
He leaves his wife, Caroline;
three sons, David, Kenneth and
Allen; and a sister, Mrs. Paul
(Cell) Feller.

Dr. Joseph Dubin,
Ford Physician

Dr. Joseph J. Dubin, an indus-
trial physician with the Ford
Motor Co. and prior to that in pri-
vate practice for many years, died
Monday at age 63.
Dr. Dubin, 23929 Reading, South-
field, had been with Ford since
1961. A 1933 graduate of the De-
troit 'College of Medicine, he was
a member of the American Med-
ical Association, Michigan and
Wayne County medical societies,
Michigan Industrial Medical So-
ciety and the Maimonides Medical
Society. Born in Russia, he lived
in the Detroit area for 57 years.
Surviving are his wife, Shirley
Anne; a son, Marc; a brother,
Harvey; and a sister, Mrs. Goldie
Kane.

Sidney A. Deitch

Hyman Jackson

Hyman M. Jackson, owner of
Interior Window Covering, 209 E.
Baltimore, for 28 years, died May
29 at age 73.
Mr. Jackson, 18265 Parkside,
was a member of Temple Israel
and a past president of its men's
club. He also was a 32nd degree
Mason, chairman of the Jewish
Scouting Committee and a mem-
ber of Bnai Brith.
Born in England, Mr. Jackson
lived in Detroit 28 years. In Chi-
cago, he was a member of the
Players Group and a past compt-
roller of Goldblatt's Department
Store.
Surviving are his wife, Freda;
two sons, Sidney and Elliot; and a
brother, Samuel, in England.

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coming
Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation
of Kaddish and stu-
dying of Mishnayer.

SIVAN JUNE

Lena Klein
13
Eliyohu Applebaum
13
Abraham Steinberg
13
Fanny Rubinstein
14
•Isaac Yabeck
14
Samuel Satovsky
14
Kate Winston
14
Sarah R. Schwartzman 14
Isaac Ruffsky
• 14
Sarah Hamrend
15
Nimon Katz
15
Mollie D. Faber
15
Max Leightling
15
Jacob Shere
15
Morton D. Mellon
15
Michie Eisenman
16
Marvin M. Faber
16
Harry Israel
16
Rachel Marwil
16
Rebecca Menow
16
Sholom Scott
16
Kalman Shapiro
16
Basha F. Katinsky
16
Oscar I. Steel
16
Bertha Helfman
17
Abraham Klenov
17
Fannie Pupko
17
Beckie Weinberg
17
Sophia H. Goodman 17
Bessie Harris
17
Ben Benson
17
Rabbi Hyman
Eisenberg
17
Morris Vernick
17
Dr. Nathan J.
Reisman
18
Chaya Golda Cohen 18
Aaron Levine
19
Joseph Miller
19
Isaac Brandt
19
Helen Taymor
19

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