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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-26

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THE" DETROIrJEWISH MEWS'

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Friday, September 26, 1980 63'

Rabbi Emanuel Neiman Dies

Rabbi Emanuel Neiman, and teacher at the
spiritual leader of the synagogue.
He
former Beth Joseph Anshei
organized • the
HERMAN BERNS-
Ruzhiner synagogue on synagogue and was its only TEIN, 65, of Philadelphia,
Wyoming in Detroit, died rabbi. He taught Bar Pa., died Sept. 19. He leaves
Sept. 24 at age 81.
Mitzva lessons and retired his wife, Faye; two sons,
Born in Poland, Rabbi 15 years ago.
Arnold of Southfield and
Neiman lived 58 years in
He was a life member Stephen of Philadelphia;
Detroit. He was a commer- and secretary and of the four brothers, one sister and
cial artist and president of Farband. He was a three grandsons. Interment
General Electric Sign Co. member of Cong. Bnai Philadelphia.
* * *
prior to becoming a rabbi David and the Founders
Society of the Detroit In-
MOLLIE DANAS, 72,
Richard Thal
stitute of Arts.
888 Pallister, Detroit, died
He helped Polish immig- Sept. 19. Survived by a son,
Richard B. Thal, former
caner of Thal's Women's rants come to the U.S. He Stanley of Harper Woods;
Apparel in Flint and former resided at 17081 Maryland, two daughters, Mrs. John
(Marceline) Smith of Dry-
owner of the Carriage Southfield.
Rabbi Neiman is survived den, Mich., and Mrs. Paul
Shoppe in Grand Blanc,
by his wife, Freda; three (Lucy) Perry of Taylor; two
died Sept. 19 at age 56.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Thal daughters, Mrs. Al (Selma) brothers, David Goldman
lived 33 years in Flint. He Schurut and Mrs. Seymour and Albert E. Goldman of
owned his women's apparel (Dorothy) Wolk, both of Los Miami, Fla.; a sister, Mrs.
Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Sidney (Sara) Kay; 11
store from 1953 to 1975.
He was a member of Phillip (Anita) Gold; a grandchildren and five
Flint's Temple Beth El, brother, Morris; two sisters, great-grandchildren.
* * *
Flint Golf Club, American Mrs. Rose Shapiro and Mrs.
Ruth
Wilson
of
San
Fran-
IRVING DEITCH, 78,
Angus Association, Ameri-
can Breeders Association cisco, Calif.; and six died Sept. 22. He leaves his
and the Phoenix Club of grandchildren. Services wife, Rose; a brother, Sid-
11:15 a.m. Sunday at He- ney; two sisters, Mrs.-
Flint. He resided in Flint.
brew
Memorial Chapel.
Joseph (Julia) Pleasant and
He leaves his wife,
Dorothy; children, Kathy
and Robert Quayle, Laurie
and Steven Duquette, Ter-
The Family of the Late
rie and Richard Hoag,
Diane Thal and David Thal;
two brothers, Donald and
Bruce; and three
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.
Acknowledges with grateful appre-

LILLIAN (LILLIE) FARBER

Max Schubiner

Max M. Schubiner, gen-
eral supervisor for Epps
Sporting Goods for 26 years,
died Sept. 19 at age 70.
Born in Rochester, N.Y.,
Mr. Schubiner lived 50
years in Detroit. He was a
member of Mosaic Lodge of
the Masons, Crescent
Shrine Club and Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
He leaves his wife,
Dorothy; his mother, Mrs.
Rose Siegel of Florida; a
brother, Arthur; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Marvin (Esther)
Warren of Florida.

Sol Lesser,
Movie Producer

HOLLYWOOD — Movie
producer Sol Lesser, who
had 117 films to his credit,
died Sept. 19 at age 90.
Among his credits were
19 Ta-rzan movies and
"Stage Door Canteen." He
had won an Oscar for
"Kon-Tiki."
The Academy of Motion
Picture Arts and Sciences
presented him with its Jean
Hersholt Humanitarian
award in 1960 "for his long-
term support of theatrical
and film industry causes."

I

In Loving Memory
of Our Dear
Husband
Father, Brother
and Grandfather

SAM
FELDMAN

Sept. 18, 1979. Wife
Charlotte; children, Irv-
ing and Linda, Wendy
and Ted;
grandchildren, Brian
and Lisa; brothers, Abe
and Wilfred; and sister,
Belle.

ciation the many kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by relatives and friends
during the family's recent bereavement.

The Family of the Late

MARCY ANN (KOLB)
BINDER

Wife of Michael Binder; Daughter
of Leon and Freda Kolb; Sister of
David Kolb and Francine Welstand.

Wishes to acknowledge with
greatful appreciation the many kind
expressions of sympathy extended
by friends, relatives and community
organizations during the family's
recent bereavement.

dear
lugs /41- us-
eut so matt,
deautifid memories
rematiL,

OBITUARIES'

Mrs. Esther Hilf; three
nieces and seven nephews.

* * *

DORA FREED, 81,
15100 W. 10 Mile, Oak
Park, died Sept. 21. Sur-
vived by a son, Jack; and six
grandchildren.

* * *

MILDRED FULLMAN,
former Detroiter of Las
Vegas, Nev., died Sept. 20.
Survived by two sons, Elliot
and Norvin, both of Los
Angeles, Calif.; a brother,
Dave Siegel of Las Vegas;
three sisters, Mrs. Mary
Friedman of Southfield,
Mrs. Fay Dukor of Las
Vegas and Mrs. Rose
Stephens of Los Angeles;
and four grandchildren.
Interment Las Vegas.

* * *

LOUIS GERTZMAN,
89, 25104 E. Rue Versailles,
Oak Park, died Sept. 21.
Survived by his wife, Tillie.

RUTH E. MOSHER, 73,
former Detroiter of Miami,
Fla., died Sept. 22. She
leaves a daughter, Suzanne;
three grandchildren, one
sister, nieces and nephews.
Interment Detroit.

* * *

SAMUEL POLLACK,
former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, Fla., died Sept. 16.
Survived by a brother,
Lawrence Hart of Cincin-
nati, Ohio; a sister, Mrs.
Lyle (Florence) Limerick of
Hollywood, Fla.; and a
cousin, Arthui Leader of
Oak Park.

CLARA GRAUMAN
died Sept. 24. She leaves a
sister, Mrs. Harry (Mildred)
Sand; nieces and nephews.
Interment Arkansas.

* * *

SIDNEY B. GUYER, 76,
27529 Echo Valley W.,
Farmington Hills, died
Sept. 22. Survived by his
wife, Anna; a son, Dr. Ber-
nard of Boston, Mass.; two
daughters, Mrs. Ben (Eve-
lyn) Gorge and Mrs.
Michael (Marilyn) Rice; two
brothers, Jose Haya of
Uruguay and Moshe Haya
of Tel Aviv, Israel; a sister,
Mrs. Max (Hanna) Guyer;
and nine grandchildren.

* * *

ABRAHAM SHER-
MAN, 91, died Sept. 22. He
leaves two sons, Dr. Phillip
and Edward; seven
grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.

* * *

LOUIS WEINSTEIN,
55, 1539 E. Grand Blvd.,
Detroit, died Sept. 21. Sur-

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ANN JAFFE, 70, died
Sept. 22. She leaves a son,
Ira; a daughter; Mrs. Mar-
vin (Gloria) Siegel; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Morris (Jean)
Tonkin and Mrs. J. Harmon
(Dorothy) Moss; two
brothers, Dr. David Freed-
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* * *

IDA SAMOTNIK, 90,
former Detroiter of Irvine,
Calif., died recently. She
leaves two daughters, Mary
and Jennie Shiffman of Ir-
vine; eight grandchildren
and 13 great-
grandchildren. Interment
Irvine.

MONUMENTS BY

NEW YORK (JTA) —
There is a regular minyan of
Jewish prisoners at the
Greenhaven prison in
Stormville, the New York
State maximum security
facility, and an area has
been set aside in the prison
for inmates who want to don
phylacteries and prayer-
„shawls.

WE REMEMBER

BESSIE PUKOFF, 72,
28014 Bellcrest, Far-
mington Hills, died Sept.
20. Survived by a son,
Harold; a brother, Robert
Kushner of Los Angeles,
Calif.; and three
grandchildren.

* * *

Prison Minyan

* * *

MARY YEZERSKY, 80,
died Sept. 21. She leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Ber-
nard (Patricia) Halberg and
Mrs. Alvin (Ruth) Slafkin;
and four grandchildren.

* * *

* * *

SARAH R. GORDON,
77, formerly of Boston,
Mass., and Los Angeles,
Calif., died Sept. 18. She
leaves nieces and nephews,
Mrs. Connie Cohen of Tuc-
son, Ariz., William J.
Goodman of Longwood,
Fla., Mrs. Eleanor Ross of
Newton, Mass., Mrs. Lillian
Schwartz of. Providence,
R.I., and Mrs. -Raymond
(Kathleen) Zimmerman of
West
Bloomfield;
grandnieces
and
grandnephews. _Interment
Detroit.

vived by his wife, Loretta;
two sons, Lester and Allen;
his mother, Mrs. Pauline
Weinstein; four brothers,
Fred, Harry, Hyman and
Jack of Las Vegas, Nev.; a
sister, Mrs. Leon (Sylvia)
Weber of Baltimore, Md.

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