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November 09, 1962 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-09

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JERUSALEM (JTA) — A new
building of the Emet World
Academy, research center for
Talmudic scholarship, was dedi-
cated in the Bayit Vegan section
of Jerusalem in memory of the
late Chief Rabb _ i Isaac Halevi
Herzog.
Present at the ceremonies was
Sir Isaac Wolfson, • prominent
British philanthropist, who con-
tributed 500,000 pounds ($166,-
000) needed for the completion
of the structure. An initial ,
500,000 pounds had • been raised
by Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein
of New York, chancelor of the
academy, through the Harry
F i s c h e 1 Foundation which he
heads.
The new academy building
will house the facilities of the
Negotiations Set
Talmudic Encyclopedia and other
Israeli Talmud projectS in which
for Nov. 26 on Israel
100 rabbinic • scholars are
Tie to Common Market some
already
engaged, as well as a
Teletype Wire
(Direct,
school for prospective judges of
to Te Jewish News)
BRUSSELS—The Commission rabbinic courts. It will also con-
of the European Economic Com- tain a lecture hall and a 20,000-
munity disclosed Wednesday it volume rabbinic library.
had proposed that negotiations
Sir Isaac has also donated
for a trade link between Israel 1,000,000 Israeli pounds ($333,-
and the Common Market should 333) toward a special "Stipend
begin Nov. 26 and that it was Fund" to help finance high
awaiting confirmation from Is
rael for that date.
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dren from needy Israeli fami-
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t, WE REMEMBER

TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The first
volume of the Talmudic Dis-
courses by Rabbi Chaim Rabino-
witz, the manuscript of which
was saved from the Nazis in
Lithuania, has been published
in Israel.
Publication, both in the
United States and in Israel, was
sponsored by alumni of the
Telshe Yeshiva of Cleveland.
The work of the world-famous
Talmudic authority has been
greeted enthusiastically by Jew-
ish religious scholars. The man-
uscript had been brought to the
United Stataes by a group of
Telshe Yeshiva students who
fled from Lithuania during
World War II.

RAY SHAPIRO,• 843 Whit-
DAVID HARRIS, formerly of
Detroit, died Nov. 4 in Bay more Rd., died Nov. 2. She
Harbor (Miami Beach), Fla. leaves sons, Nathan, Herman
Surviving are his wife, Dor- and William; two brothers; a
othy; two sons, Marshall of sister; three grandchildren; and
Miami and Bernard of Bay three great-grandchildren.
• *
Harbor; three brothers, Joseph,
M A U R I C E KOVARSKY,
George and Arthur, all of Los
15894 Wisconsin, died Nov. 1.
Angeles, Calif.; two sisters, He leaves his wife, Bessie;
.
Ruth of Los Angeles and Mrs
son, David S. Kover; daughter,
Ella Purdy of Detroit; and Mrs. Bertram Ellstein; two
two grandchildren.
brothers; and six grandchil-
*
*
EDWARD FISHER, 17147 dren.
*
*
Hartwell, died Nov. 5. Survived
ERIC ENDELMAN, 20522
by wife, Ethel; two daughters, Strathmoor, died Nov. 2. He
Mrs. Michael Mitz and Mrs. Hy- leaves his wife, Betty; sons,
man Blinder; four sisters and Frederick and Earle; and three
three gandchildren.
brothers.'
*
*
* a *
GERTRUDE LEIB 0 VIT Z,
F. 11 E D A SELIGSON, 11501
17553 Roselawn, died Nov. 1. Petoskey, died Nov. 6. Survived
She leaves her husband, Isa- by a son, Marvin; a brother; two
dore; daughters, Mrs. Arthur sisters and four grandchildren.
*
Migdal, Mrs. Albert Davis and
REBECCA ROSENSTEIN,
Mrs. Alex Roth; two sisters;
11501 Petoskey, died Nov. 3.
and nine grandchildren.
* *
She leaves daughters, Mrs. Ben
DR. BERNARD W. WEISS, Swartz, Mrs. Jacob Thomas and
1135 Charrington, Birmingham, Mrs. Julian I. Huebschman; a
died Nov. 2. He leaves his wife, brother; two sisters; five grand-
Mary; son, Barry; daughters, children; and eight great-grand-
Barbara and Wendee; mother, children.
* *
Mrs. Bella Weiss; and a sister.
SELMA LORIG, 3200 Boston
Blvd., died Nov. 4. She leaves
two brothers; a sister; and two
nieces.
* * *
MAX WILSON, Los Angeles,
died Oct. 31. He leaves sons,
Charles and Herbert; daugh-
ter, Gertrude; three brothers;
(Unveiling announcements may
be inserted by mailing or by call- a sister; and five grandchil-
ing The Jewish News office, 17100 dren.
W. 7 Mile Road, Detroit 35, VE
* * *
8-9364. Written announcements must
be "accompanied by the name and
AARON L. SHEIFMAN, a
address of the person making the former Detroiter, died Oct. 27
insertion. There is a standing charge
of $3.00 for an unveiling, notice, in Israel. Surviving are a son,
measuring an inch in depth).
Saul Shiefman; grandchildren,
*
*
The family of the late Ida Jack Lifsitz, Vicky and Joseph
Karpf announces the unveiling Shiefman; and two great grand-
Jerusalem.
of a monument in her memory children. Interment,
* * *
In loving memory of our
11:45 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, at
HANNAH M. TILDS, 4180 dearly beloved parents and
Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi Arlington Dr. Royal Oak, died
Max Moss, who
Segal will officiate. Relatives and Nov. 2. She leaves a brother. grandparents,
passed away Oct. 16, 1954 (19
to
attend.
*
*
*
friends are asked
Charlotte
* * *
LOUIS E. POOK, 115 N. days in Tishri), and
The family of the late Ed- Hamilton, Ypsilanti, died Nov. Moss, who left us on Oct. 18,
ward Minkoff announces the 6. Survived by three sons, Henry 1955 (two days in Heshvan).
unveiling of a monument in his Polk of Los Angeles, Calif., Sadly missed by their children
memory 11:30 a.m. Sunday, Harry Cook' of Washington, D.C., and grandchildren.
Nov. 18, at Machpelah Ceme- and Neal Pook; and two grand-
tery. Rabbi Segal will officiate. children.
In Memory of the Late
Relatives and friends are asked
* * *
HARRY HEARSHEN, 3272
to attend.
LORRAINE
* * *
Monterey, died Nov. 6. Survived
The family of the late Abra- by wife, Molly; three sons, Mor-
ALTUS
ham J. Newman announces the ris B., Irving J., and Max of
Who passed away Nov.
unveiling of a monument in his Allentown, Pa.; a daughter, Mrs.
13, 1957. Sadly missed
memory 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. Isadore (Leah) Shrodeck; nine
and always remem-
18, at Northwest Hebrew Me- grandchildren and a g r eat-
bered by her daugh-
Park
Cemetery.
Rabbi
morial
grandchild.
ters, Shelley and Mrs.
Segal will officiate. Relatives
* * *
Marilyn Pollack; her
and friends are asked to attend.
RACHELA (ROSE) KAPLAN,
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
3754 Tyler, died Nov. 6. Sur-
Arthur Glaser; her sis-
vived by husband, Joseph; and
ters, Mrs. Bernice Rob-
two brothers, Irving and Leo
The Family of the Late
inson and Mrs. Adele
York.
Berlin; and brother,
* • *
FANNIE KLEIN
Sidney Glaser.
FANNIE RUDIN, 20232
KESSLER
Tracey, died Nov. 3. Survived
and her son, the late
by sons, Sam, Harry and Irving;
CHARLES B.
daughters, Mrs. Jack Rice and
Mrs. Joseph Cranis; five grand-
KESSLER
children; and three great-grand-
Announces the unveil-
In Memory of
children.
ing of monuments in
* *
their memory 11 a.m.
S A D I E LOVINGER, 13725
Sunday, Nov. 11, at
ISABEL 'STUDEN
Dexter, died Nov. 5. Survived by
Oakview Cemetery,
her daughter, Mrs. Otto Hirsch.
1032 N. Main St., Royal
TRUNSKY
Oak. Rabbi Lehrman
Sam Kronick, Canada
and Cantor Klein will
officiate. Mrs. Harry
Zionist, Dies at 82
(Sarah) Greenspan,
TORONTO, (JTA) — Sam
Mrs. Harry (Jule)
Kronick, a prominent Jewish
Lightstone, Mrs. Elsie
communal leader and veteran
Gedrich, Mrs. P earl
Zionist, died here Nov. 4 at
Haller and Mrs. Bar-
the age of 82.
Born in Kovno, Lithuania,
ney (Rose) Kahn,
Kronick emigrated to Toronto
daughters and sisters
Sadly missed by her
in 1902. He was active in the
of the deceased, ask
son,
Leonard H.
Jewish
National
work of the
that relatives and
Fund, the Canadian Jewish Con-
friends attend.
gress and various local Toronto
Jewish causes.

Monument
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Cheshvan Nov.

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David Friedman
Rose Wimmer
Leah Lakritz

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Frieda Lux
Fannie Singeser

15
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Halcum Goldenberg 16
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Abraham Freed
Moses Philip
16
Ellenson

13
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Celia Frank Eckert
Jacob Lesser
Dr. Leo Orecklin
Alter Farber

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Martin Amhowitz
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Ida Miller
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Minnie Levi
Rose Leah Kramer 20
Sarah Pearl Kliman 20
Samuel J. Maxman 20
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Yetta Teller
Ida Maiseloff
David Sirota
Roy C. Greenblatt

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following deported
friends, with the
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studying of Mish-
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39 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, November 9, 1962

OBITUARIES

Talmudic .Discourses,
Saved from Nazis,
Published in Israel

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