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Dec. 3. He was 78.
Mr. Davidson, 23130 Church,
Oak Park, was a World War I
veteran and a member of Cong.
Baal Zion, Detroit Silverman Post
135 of the -Jewish War Veterans,
Thornton Brodhead Post of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars and
Bnai Brith. Be was born in Rus-
sia and lived in the Detroit area
more than 50 years.
Surviving are his wife, Rose;
two daughters, Mrs. Emmons' (Bar-
bara) Moses and Mrs. Harold
(Phyllis) Duchan; a brother, Paul;
and seven grandchildren.
Lester Kaufman, painters union
official for many years, died Tues-
day at age 57, He was a past
president of Israel Lodge, Bnai
Mr. Kaufman, 19366 Warwick,
was business agent for Painters
District Council. 22 for 25 years
and financial secretary of Paint-
ers Local 42 for 23 years. He be-
longed to Cong. Beth Moses.
A native of Hungary, Mr. Kauf-
man leaves his wife, Evelyn; a
son, Martin; a brother, Alex; and
two sisters, Mrs. By (Lillian)
Feldman and Mrs. Helen Elkind
of New York.
Cecil Pearl, Age 66
Morris Baron, 68, -
President • of Local
Morris Baron, founder in 1938
and president of Specification Serv-
ice Co., blueprint and printing
firm at 14877 Wyoming, died Mon-
day at age 68.
Mr. Baron, 3200 W. Long Lake,
Orchard, Lake, was a member of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit, United He-
brew Schools, Harry Keidan Lodge
of Baal Brith, ORT and American
Technion Society Detroit Chapter.
He was active in the Kreron Haye-
sod before it was merged into
the Jewish Welfare Federation's
Allied Jewish Campaign.
A native of Poland, Mr. Baron
leaves his wife, Marion; two sons,
Leonard .and Irving; two brothers,
William and Herman; four sisters,
Mrs. Abe (Anne) Mall, Mrs. Jay
(Mettle) Golub, Mrs. Harry (Belle)
Gunsberg and Mrs. Hobert (Doro-
thy) Schram; and six grandchil-
Sol Sbindel, a reputed profes-
sional gambler and Mafia associ-
ate, was murdered Monday, and
Southfield police are still searching
for both his executioners and their
Reports differ as to the extent
of Mr. Shindel's involvement in il-
legal activities, but police agents
were quoted as saying he had
worked his way up to an "associ-
ate" in "the Jewish faction of the
Mafia." He was well known to or-
ganized crime investigators and
several indictments against him
Mr. Shindell, 52, of 15659 Penn-
sylvania, Southfield, was found
shot to death in his home by two
Funeral arrangements were pri-
vate. Among his survivors are his
wife, Rose, and a son, Jimmy, both
of New York.
(Editor's Note: A member of the
Wayne County prosecutor's legal
staff said he has worked in that
office for the past 11 years and
has never seen any such thing as a
"Jewish faction of the Maifla."
"I'd guess it was just a figment of
Cecil Pear1,416, former Detroit
CRITERION Club for single
attorney, died, Monday while trav-
adults, invites you to a big-
eling in Cheyenne, Wy. He had
been a resident of San Francisco
style Honuka Party, Sat., Dec.
for_ the past two years.
11, 8:30 p.m., Grand Ballroom,
Mr. Pearl, a native New Yorker,
Parks 8 Recr. Bldg., Southfield
had a private law practice in De-
Civic Center, 26000 Evergreen.
troit from 1928 to 1947, after grad-
uating from the Detroit College of
Dancing, entertainment, potato
Law. In 1947, he went to work for
latkes, etc. Guests: $1.50, each.
the National Labor Relations Board
here and 15 years later was trans-
Self-evident; Evident to one's ferred to Chicago for seven years.
self and -to nobody else.
He moved to the West Coast from
—Ambrose Blerce. Chicago.
. An organizer of the Detroit
Chamber Music Society, Mr. Pearl
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Marvin
In Loving MentorY of
(Beth Ellen) Falikoff of Agoura,
Dearly Beloved Brother
CAW.; two brothers, Morton and
- and a sister, Mrs. Ger- some reporter's imagination," he
trude Stein, all of Detroit; and said.)
one grandchild. Interment Detroit.
Who passed away Dec. 13,
1970, (15 days in Kislev).
Sadly missed and always
• The Family • of the -Late
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—Grand
remembered by sister
Rabbi Dr. Guillermo Schlesinger,
_ nie Bau-
Blanche and Man
67, who had been spiritual leader
man and family.
Acknowledges with grate-
of Congregation Israelita Argen-
tina since 1937, died. He was 67.
_ha appreciation the many
- Born in St. Gall, Switzerland, he
kind expressions of sym-
studied for the rabbinate at the
•patty extended by rela-
Jewish Seminary in Breslau, Ger-
tives and-friends dming
In 1937, -he was sent to Argen-
the - family's recent be-
Beloved Mother "
tina by the Jewish Colonization
Association to care for Jewish
schools in this country.
In 1957, he participated in the
Who passed away on Dec.
New York conference of the
7, - 1968 (17V4itys in Bisi:
United Synagogue of America
The Fetidly of the Late
which created the World Council
of Synagogues. He was a member
You are never forgotten
of the Bnai Brith of Argentina and
•• Mother *pied; •
As long as life and
was the author of many books and
Acknowledges with grate-
I will remember tbee
- ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
Sadly Missed by- daugh-;:.
pathy extended by rela-
ter Cecile Lenhoff, and
tives and, friends during_
family, these ,past. three"
the family's recent he-
Dr. Schlesinger, 67;
MOLLIE ALTMAN, 11501 Petos-
key, - died Dec. 7. Survived - by a
daughter, Mrs. Joseph Dutsch of
Sun City, Calif.
JACOB BAHR, 20472 Meyers,
died Dec. 3. Survived by his wife,
Ruth ;two sons, Bernard and Mar-
tin J.; five brothers, one sister,
six grandchildren and four great-
DAVE H. COLE, former De-
troit, of North Miami, died Dec.
5. He leaves his wife, Jean; a son,
Donald of Detroit; a daughter,
Mrs. Martin H. (Anita) Figlen;
two sisters and six grandchildren.
• • •
ALFRED DWORKIN, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Dec. 3. Survived by
three daughters, Mrs. Henrietta
Radner, Mrs. Elsie Rhinestone and
Mrs. David (Frieda) Math; one
brother, seven grandchildren and
BETTY ELLENBOGEN, 25034
Rue Versailles, Oak Park, died
Dec. 2. She leaves her husband,
Louis; a son, Max; two daughters,
Mrs- Albert (Sally) Clasky and
Mrs. Max (Rose) Klayman; one
brother, two sisters, four grand-
children and five great-grandchil-
• • •
ELLA FRANKFORD, 25624 Lin-
coln Terr., Oak Park, died Dec.
5. She leaves a nephew, Jack
Frankford; and a niece, Mrs. Sey-
• • •
JACK GOODMAN, former De-
troiter of Chicago, died Dec. 8.
He leaves his wife, Yetta; one
brother and three sisters. Inter-
5 5 5
TILLIE GlkAN, 20554 Faust,
died Dec. 8. Survived by her hus-
band, Peter; one brother and one
• a •
SAM KAUFMAN, former De-
troiter of Los Angeles, died Dec.
3. Survived by two sons, Jack
of Detroit and Donald; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Hilda Sterling and Mrs.
Louis (Marianne) Berkowitz; and
11 grandchildren. Interment Los
DORIS MAZIN, 16866 Greenfield,
died Dec. 6. Survived by two sons,
Norman Goldstein of Berkeley,
Calif., _And Joseph Goldstein of
Walnut Creek, Calif.; four daugh-
ters, Sarah Rappaport, Mrs. May
Saunders, Betty of San Diego and
Ida; and 11 grandchildren.
* * *
LILLIAN OSSEPOW, •16240 Mt.
Vernon, Southfield, died Dec. 6.
Survived by her husband, Nathan;
a son, Erwin Wolfe of Tucson;
one brother and three grandchil-
ABRAHAM ROTHBERG, 11501
Petoskey, died Dec. 7. Survived
by two daughters, Mrs. Sarah
Barris and Mrs. Philip '(Sylvia)
Maiseloff; three grandchldren and
• * *
SARAH SOMMERS, 25881 Green-
field, Southfield, died Dec. 4. Sur-
vived by a brother, Jack Chaiken;
and two sisters, Mrs. Samuel (Jes-
sie) Abels and Mrs. Harry T.
* * *
SARAH SUBEROFF, 24770 Man-
istee, Oak Park, died Dec. 4. She
leaves a son, Jules; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Walter (Lee) Schwei-
kart and Mrs. Irving (Ruth) Was-
erman; one brother, four grand-
children and seven great-grand-
*_ 0 0
ERNY KLEIN, 19220 Appleton,
died Dec. 4. Survived by his wife,
BENJAMIN KOHRN, former De.
troiter of Bowie, Md., died Dec.
1. Survived by two daughters, Mrs.
Ben (Pearl) Reifler and Mrs. Pete
(Edith) Savoie of Windsor; six
grandchildren and two great-grand-
children. Interment Virginia.
Michigan, died Dec. 6. He leaves
his wife, Tillie.
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Esther L. Fleischman 24
Ira Wu rrn
Isadore Freedman 24
Ralzel Bas Avrohom 24
Arthur J. Osborne 25
Robert R. Marwil
Benjamin Oppenheim 26
Joseph Yashenovsky 26
Chana Y. arose
Sara R. Cutler
Toby Wrotzlawsky 29
Noah H. Freed
Saul H. Rosa
Claude Superstine 30
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