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December 14, 1973 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-14

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Katie Nickin, 53,
Active Clubwoman

OBITUARIES

Katie Nickin, an active
clubwoman, died Dec. 7 at
age 53.
Born in Poland, Mrs.
Nickin, 28570 Tavistock Tr.,
Southfield. came to Windsor
as an infant and lived 52
years in Detroit. She was a
member of Cong. Bnai Moshe
and its sisterhood, a past
secretary of Hadassah and
a member of City of Hope.
She leaves her husband,
Abraham; two sons, Larry
and Mark; a daughter.
Elaine; her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Mossman of
Windsor; and a sister, Mrs.
Seymour (Marsha) Fried.

Nancy; and a sister, Sandra
WILLIAM B. STEARN,
former Detroiter of Los An-
Ruth.
geles, died Dec. 8. Survived
JOHN JOSEPH LEWIS, by his wife, Gizi; two sons,
13241 Albany, Oak Park, Milton and Jeff, both of De-
died Dec. 7. Survived by his troit; a daughter, Mrs. Rose
wife, Molly; two sons, Sam Rose of Atlantic City; one
and Bernard Ledger; one brother, two sisters, includ-
brother, one sister, six grand- ing Mrs. Estelle Aron of De-
children and 17 great-grand- troit, 11 grandchildren and
great - grandchildren. 'Inter-
children.
ment Los Angeles.
aa *
*
BETTY LIPSITZ, 19703
PHILIP
S T E R N, 25045
Monica, died Dec. 12. She
leaves her husband, Isadore; Glenbrooke, Southfield, died
three sons, Harold E. Adler, Dec. 8. He leaves his wife,
Aaron A. Lipton and Dean Kathy Lynn; a son, Martin;
Lipton, both of California; two daughters, Laurie and William Roth, 71,
three sisters and two grand- Andrea; two brothers and of Supply Company
children. Services 11:30 a.m. one sister.
William Roth, co-founder
today at Ira Kaufman
and co-owner of Allied Elec-
Chapel.
Eliezer Dori, 89,
tric Co., 8610 Puritan, a
*
*
wholesale electric supply
'Father
of
Aliya'
HYMAN MEYER MAR-
company, died Dec. 12 at
GOLIS, 22041 Blackstone,
TEL AVIV (JTA)-Funeral age 71.
Oak Park, died Dec. 6. Sur- services were held in Haifa
Born in Hungary, Mr.
vied by his wife, Celia; two for Eliezer Dori, who won Roth, 16225 Oxley, South-
sons, Morton and Sidney; a the title of "Father of Aliya" field, lived 50 years in De-
daughter, Mrs. Louis (Paul- after his 50 years of work troit. He was a member of
ine) Buch; one brother and for immigration and immi- Cong. Bnai Moshe and Crafts-
11 grandchildren.
man Lodge of the Masons.
grants. He was 89.
*
*
He leaves his wife, Ann;
Mr. Dori came to Israel in
MAX ORR, 13740 Lincoln, 1904 from Odessa. He escaped a daughter. Mrs. Melvin
Oak Park, died Dec. 11. He from Russia after injuring a (Beverly) Hersh; and three
leaves two sons, Paul and rioter who attacked him dur- grandchildren.
Robert.
ing a progrom in the Odessa
*
*
Polytechnicum.
Harry Goldberg,
ANNA PAST, 25547 Lincoln
When the Jewish Agency of Printing Firm, 84
Terr., Oak Park, died Dec. was established after World
11. Survived by her husband, War I. Mr. Dori was made
Harry L. Goldberg, found-
Abraham; a son, Morris; head of its Haifa office. Haifa er and owner of Lee Printing
three daughters, Mrs. Lester was then the main port of Co.. 10244 Fenkell, died Dec.
(Bella) Schmidt of Muncie, entry for immigrants.
11 at age 84.
Ind., Dorothy, and Mrs. Ed-
Mr. Goldberg, 18700 Steel,
When the state was de- was born in Latvia. He was
win (Marilyn) Schiff; one
clared,
Mr.
Dori
was
made
sister and eight grandchil-
a printer and founded his
the over-all head of the im- printing company in 1926.
dren.
migration department of the
* * *
He leaves his wife, Anna;
Jewish Agency, a post he
REBECCA RABINOWITZ, left on his retirement 20 a son, Albert; two daughters,
Mrs. Louis (Charlotte) Ar-
* * *
19126 Gilchrist, died Dec. 8. years ago.
noff of Chicago and Mrs.
ALICE KENT, 1600 An- Survived by a son, Samuel
He was an active Hagana
tietam, died Dec. 10. Sur- Robbins; three daughters, member and an active mem- Hyman (Helen) Neshkes;
five grandchildren and four
Mrs.
Dorothy
Chess,
Ethel
vived by her husband,
ber of Mosad Aliya Bet, the great-grandchildren.
Henry; a son, Dr. Robert of and Mrs. Joseph (Rebecca)
group that helped the "il-
Fort Madison, Ia.; a daugh- Pearlman and nine grandchil-
legal" immigration of Jews
ter, Mrs. Joan Kohn; and dren.
during the Mandate period. Super-Spitz
* * *
six grandchildren.
NEW YORK - It wasn't
* * *
ARTHUR E. SCHERR,
even a close shave. Olympic
swimmer Mark Spitz' placed
LENA (GINSBERG) LA- 22151 Westhampton, Oak Director Benn Levy
LONDON-Benn W. Levy, first in the running against
VINE, 19100 W. Seven Mile, Park, died Dec. 10. Survived
died Dec. 8. Survived by a by his wife, Eva; a daughter, playwright, stage and mo- Johnny Bench of the Cincin-
son, Aaron H. Ginsberg; a Mrs. Mark (Ellen) Ernst; tion picture director, libret- nati Reds and Dick Butkus
daughter, Mrs. Max (Freda) one brother, three sisters tist and former Labor mem- of the Chicago Bears, signed
ber of Parliament, died Dec. by Schick, Inc., to plug its
Stollman; seven grandchil- and two grandchildren.
7 at age 73. Mr. Levy was electric shavers.
dren and eight great-grand-
often sought as a writer of
Bench and Butkus were
children.
In Loving Memory of
dialogue with the arrival of benched so Spitz would have
talking pictures.
more air time.
LEONARD MURRAY
JOSEPH
LEE, 14401 Lincoln, Oak
GOLDFARB
Park, died Dec. 9. Survived
Who passed away Dec.
by his parents, Henry and
16, 1963. Sadly missed
by his devoted wife,
The HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (Chesed
Florence; daughters,
Shel Ernes) remembers their departed board
Mrs. Rae Zambler,
Mrs. Beatrice Adler
members whose Yorzeit is observed in the
and Mrs. Morris Fen-
month of Kislev.
kell; and grandchil-
Barney Citrin
dren.
Jacob Miller
1g announcements may
(Sec'y.-many years)
d by mail or by calling
8th of Kislev
17th of Kislev
_ _ sh News office, 17515 W.
December 3rd
9 Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich. 48075,
December 12th

JOSEPH CHOSID, 25611
Briar Dr., Oak Park, died
Dec. 12. He leaves a son,
Stuart; and a daughter, Mrs.
Jack (Esther) King; two sis-
ters, four grandchildren and
six great-grandchildren.
* *
fi
GUSSIE GIVERCER, 26051
Lahser, Southfield, died Dec.
6. Survived by three sons,
Morris Gervercer of Las Ve-
gas, Nathan Gevercer and
Philip Givercer of Franklin
Sq., New York; two daugh-
Mrs. Sarah Gevercer
rIrs. Isadore (Ida) 01-
shansky; 10 grandchildren
and seven great-grandchil-
dren.
* * $
SAMUEL P. GOLDSTEIN,
23251 Kipling, Oak Park,
died Dec. 7. Survived by his
wife, Anna; a son, Ben of
Harrisville, Mich.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Maurice (Bessie)
Kahldon; two grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.
* *
MOLLIE HERMAN, 16224
Indiana, died Dec. 10. Sur-
vived by three sons, Morton,
Allen and Solomon of Santa
Barbara, Calif.; two daugh-
ters, Betty Ruth of New Or-
leans and Martha of New
York; one brother and six
grandchildren.
*
*
WILLIAM HERSHEY,
24386 Scotia, Oak Park, died
Dec. 8. He leaves his wife,
Irene; a son, Harvey; two
daughters, Mrs. Morris (Con-
stance) Borkin and Mrs.
Leonard (Barbara) Handler
of Knoxville, Tenn.; one
brother, one sister and seven
grandchildren.

IN MEMORIAM

Monument
Unveilings

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356-8400. Written announcements
must be accompanied by the name
and address of the person making
the insertion. There is a standing
charge of $4.50 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

EVELYN
RAPPAPORT

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument ill
h e r memory 2 p.m.
Dec. 16 at Adat Shalom
Memorial Park. Rabbi
Gorrelick and Cantor
Klein will officiate.
Relatives, friends and
members of the Labor
Zionist Alliance a r e
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

MARTI N
GOLDBERG

Louis Langwald

(Pres.-1945)
8th of Kislev'

Ben Bragman

21st of Kislev
December 16th

December 3rd

Isadore Niss

Isidore Sosnick

22nd of Kislev
December 17th

Acknowledges
with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives

10th of Kislev
December 5th

and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

14th of Kislev
December 9th

Sam Joseff

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mrs. Levenstein of Jewish News

REMEMBER

ricraz mirx

George Roth, 65,
Detroit Podiatrist

Dr. George Roth. a podi-
atrist with offices downtown
since 1940. and a *oast presi-
dent of the Michigan Podi-
atry Association, died Dec.
9 at age 65.
Dr. Roth,' 3168 Greenfield,
Royal Oak, was born in New
York and lived 33 years in
Detroit. He was graduated
from Temple University in
1938. He was a member of
Harry B. Keidan Lodge of
Bnai Brith.
He leaves his wife, Ruth;
a son, Guy; a daughter, Mrs.
Peter (Linda) Glanville of
Zambia, Africa; three
brothers, Emanuel. Herbert
of Philadelphia and Michael
of Mount Clemens; and three
grandchildren.

Bessie Penn, 65,
Active Clubwoman

Bessie Penn, a member of
several women's service or-
ganizations, died Dec. 7 at
age 65.
Mrs. Penn, 23520 Beverly,
Oak Park, was a member of
Pisgah Chapter of Bnai Brith,
Cong. Bnai David Sister-
hood, Mt. Scopus Chapter Of
Hadassah and the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
She is survived by her
husband, Sol; a daughter,
Mrs. Merton (Helene) Rob-
bins; a sister, Mrs. Leo (Ida)
Feber; and three grandchil-
dren.

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MONUMENT WORKS

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Isadore Rosenberg

30th of Kislev
December 25th

Kislev Dec.
Ben Bragman
21
16
16
Anna Caplan
21
16
Norman Chason 21
21
16
Max Geller
16
Nelson G. Hall 21
16
Mary Kaplan
21
16
E. S. Wolfson
21
21
16
Harvey Simon
22
17
Anna Bonin
Harry S. Clayman 22
17
17'
22
Anna Duchan
17
Julius Gold
22
17
Fannie Goldberg 22
17
Ida Kesselman
22
22
17
Esther Kirsh
Miriam
22
17
Papelansky
22
Mary Peitz
17
Marcus Ginsberg 23
18
Sophie Gladstone 23
18
Pauline Golden 23
18
18
Gertrude. Grunt 23
Michael Katz
23
18
Isaac
23
18
KelmanovItz
18
Rose Levy
23
Nathan Marcus 23
18
Benjamin Mason 23
18
23
18
David Morris
23
18
Max Radin
Abraham
C. Rosen
23
18
Samuel
Scheinfield
23
18
18
Herman Seppen 23
Jacob Zitrine
23
18
Raizel Bas
19
Avrohom
24
19
Tillie Cohen
24
19
H. German
24
Esther L.
Fleischman
19
24
Isadore
Freedman
24
19
19
Ida Kabaker
24
19
Mania Katzman 24
24
19
Louis Klein
Louis Stoilman 24
19
19
G. Weisswasser 24
19
Ira Wurm
24
Joseph Berger
25
20
20
Beatrice Borocoff 25
20
Aaron Jacobson 25
Robert R. Marwil 25
20
Arthur J.
25
20
Osborne
Rebecca Pont
25
20
Esther Schlussel 25
20
Charles Sperling 25
20
25
20
Carl Strauss
Meyer Watnick 25
20

Hattie Buch
Alta Matz
Benjamin
Oopenheim
Gustave Pines
Joseph
Yashenovsky
Ch.na Y. Brose
Betty
Rothenberg

26
26

21
21

26

26

21
21

26
27

21
22

27 • 22

15751 W. 101/4 Mile

Gardner, bet. Coolidge & Greenfield
At 2711, Eve 616-0330

26th of Kislev
December 21st

During th•
coming w••k
Yeshivoth Beth
Y•huel• will
observe the
raki,:sit of the
following de-
p•rted friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial Prayers, r•-
cit•ti•n •f
Kaddish end
studying of
Mishnayos.

Yeshivoth Beth
Yehuda

Sidney A. Deitch

Meyer Levin

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., SOUTHFIELD

Survivors besides her hus-
band are a son, Allen; a
daughter, Mrs. David (Phyl-
lis) Rothman; a brother,
Alvin Davis of Detroit; and
four grandchildren. Inter-
ment Los Angeles.

Thelma Levenstein, The
Jewish News' "Miss Davis"
who served for 25 years in
the classified advertising de-
partment, died Sunday in
Los Angeles. She was 64.
Mrs. Levenstein, who re-
tired Sept. 1, moved with
her husband Israel to be with
their children in Los An-
geles. She lived at 130 S.
Flores, Los Angeles.
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Levenstein was brought to
this country as a child, liv-
ing first in Indianapolis, then
Detroit. She received her
advertising training at the
Free Press, where she work-
ed for a number of years.
She was a member of Bnai
Brith.

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

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