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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 31, 1968-47

OBITUARIES

Rabbi I. Paneth, Orthodox Scholar,
Buried in Jerusalem; Was Age 67

Rabbi Isaac Paneth, Orthodox
rabbi whose scholarship was well
recognized in Detroit, died Tuesday
at age 67. Burial took place in
Jerusalem.
A teacher, rather than a preach-
er, Rabbi Paneth was highly re-
garded by the members of the
secularist Jewish Parents Institute,
for whom he conducted a class in
Jewish ethics. Other classes he
taught at the Jewish Center in-
cluded Yiddish courses on current
Jewish topics and Bible study and
classes in historical and practical
Judaism. He also conducted holi-
y workshops for persons with no
wish background. He particular-
ly enjoyed teaching children.
"He was a traditional rabbi, yet
e of the most liberal people
und," according to Charles
olfe, supervisor of the Center's
e ducational
services department.
In his free time, he taught a class
in Jewish history for the Center
staff.
In the past few years, he had
conducted High Holy Day serw-
f ices at the Center. For five years,
he served as spiritual leader of
the Baal Israel and Beth Moses
congregations on Linwood.

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The Family of the Late

EDWARD SKLAR

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family of the Late

LOUIS WOLOK

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

Born in Hungary, Rabbi Paneth
was ordained in Frankfurt-am-
Main. When the Nazis seized power,
Rabbi Paneth was sent to Bergen-
Belsen.
With the death of their rabbi,
the Dutch Jews who were interned
with Rabbi Panetk selected him as
their leader, bestowing on him the
tallis of their late rabbi. This tallis
remained with Rabbi Paneth for
the remainder of his life, and it
was his wish that he be buried
with it.
Rabbi Paneth's son-in-law, Rabbi
Marshall Goldman, recalled the
story of unique occurrence in
Bergen-Belsen on Passover. Rabbi
Paneth found the pit of an apricot
and, with a little wine, prepared
haroset. He told his fellow prison-
ers that this was a sign they would
be liberated.
On the last day of Passover,
aboard a train to the death camp,
he and his comrades were liberat-
ed by the Americans.
After the war, Rabbi Paneth
served as secretary of the Buda-
pest Orthodox congregation. He
came to the United States, and
Detroit, in 1948. Only two brothers
survived the Holocaust.
He leaves his wife, Ann, 15320
Northgate, Oak Park; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Marshall (Miriam) Gold-
man, Mrs. William (Naomi) Wein-
man and Mrs. Harold (Judith)
Lax; two brothers, Yaakov and
Shmuel of Bnei Brak, Israel; and
13 grandchildren.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Samuel
Katzthan acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy extended by
relatives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.

GERTRUDE BAIDELL, 2 0 1 0 1
Schaefer died May 24. Survived by
her husband, Sam; one brother and
two sisters.
* * *
HARRY BASKIN, 19741 Schae-
fer, died May 28. Survived by his
wife Ida; three sons, Irving, Max
and Ben; two brothers; one sister,
seven grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
* * *-
SIDNEY ROBERT BERMAN,
17178 Greenlawn, died May 26. He
leaves his wife. Ruth, and a sister,
Mrs. Leah Wise.

* * *

JACOB B. BENJAMIN, 24321
Jerome, Oak Park, died May 28.
He leaves a son, Neil; a daughter,

Allen H. Blondy,
Ex-State Senator

Former State Senator Allen H.
Blondy died Sunday at age 65.
Mr. Blondy an attorney with of-
fices in the First 77
N a tional Build-
ing was a mem-
ber of C o n g.
Adas Shalom Mo-
saic Lodge of the
Masons Crescent
Shrine and Bnai
Brith.
Born in New
York, Mr. Blondy
ANA,
was a graduate
Mr. Blondy
of the University
of Detroit's law school in 1926.
He was a legislator from 1954 to
1955.
Surviving are his wife, Rhoda,
2C653 Kensington, Southfield; a
son Richard; a daughter Mrs. Ger-
ald (Susan) Ross; two brothers,
Dr. Samuel and Charles; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Lee Jacoby and Mrs.
Florence Gaylord of California;
and three grandchildren.

Argentine 'Churchman
Lauds Israel on Birthday

In Blessed and Beloved
Memory of
Our Dearly Departed

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — The
head of the Roman Catholic Church
in Argentina has congratulated Is-
rael on the occasion of the 20th
anniversary of its independence.
Antonio Cardinal Caggiano. Arch-
bishop of Buenos Aires, addressed
his message to Baruch Tenenbaum,
secretary-general of the Committee
for Argentine House in Israel.
The cardinal's message said in
part: "I am glad to congratulate
you for your longings for peace
. . . the responsibility of creating
a peaceful atmosphere is a task
for everyone. Certainly the obliga-
tion to seek peace does not con-
flict with the rights of self-defense.
I extend my most fervent wishes
that Israel's genius, illuminated by
God, shall find a way to peace. Its
success in the fields of culture and
science deserve the world's ad-
miration."

LOUIS MARGOLIS

Who passed away May 30,
1962. Sadly missed and
always remembered by
his loving children, grand-
children and great-grand-
children.

AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE PUBLIC
FROM THE COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS
OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

To our sorrow and dismay, we learn, from time to
time, of the public violation of the Jewish Holidays, which
come about from holding funerals during those days even
with the participation of certain rabbis and cantors.

We are, therefore, taking this opportunity to reiterate
again, as we have already done in the past, that holding a
Ar funeral on a Jewish Holiday, even on the second day,
entails a violation of our religious laws and practices. The
present geographic dispersal of the Jewish community
adds so many obvious violations of the Holiday.

Dr. Erwin Moss, 63

Dr. Erwin C. Moss, dentist with
offices on Vernor Hwy., died Sun-
day at age 63.
Dr. M o s s, a native of Mount
Clemens was a graduate of the
University of Michigan d e n t a 1
school. A member of Alpha Omega
dental fraternity he resided at
11537 Hamilton.
Suriving are two brothers, Edsel
of Reno a n d Dr. Milton of St.
Louis; and two sisters, Mrs. Ida
Harris and Mrs. Herbert Moss,
both of Los Angeles.

Mrs. Myron (Linda) Tink; three
brothers and three grandchildren.
* * *
ESTHER COLTON, 18655 Prairie,
died May 28. She leaves a son,
Bernard; and two grandchildren.
* * *
HARRY DIAMOND, 20545 Avon,
died May 27. He leaves his wife,
Ruth; a son, Phillip of Atlanta; a
daughter, Mrs. Harold (Doloris)
Finegood; one sister and five
grandchildren.
* * *
JACOB DOMOWICH, 22130 Mor-
ton, Oak Park, died May 25. Sur-
vived by his wife, Eva; four sons,
one daughter, two brothers and
three sisters.
* * *
HARRY B. ENGLANDER, for-
mer Detroiter of Riohland Hills,
Tex., died May 17. He leaves his
wife, Irma Lucille; and tow broth-
ers, Jules of Detroit and William
of Park Ridge, Ill. Interment
Forth Worth.
* * *
ABRAHAM GOOSE, former De-
troiter of Sherman Oaks, Calif.,
died May 23. Survived by his wife,
Evelyn; two sons, Monte and
Ronald; four brothers, including
Jack and Samuel of Detroit; two
sisters, Mrs. Minnie Bloom and
Mrs. Norman (Esther) Goldenberg,
both of Detroit; and four grand-
children. Interment California.
* * *
ALBERT LEO JASLOVE, 23160
Kipling, Oak Park, died May 24.
He leaves his wife, Mina; two sons,
Irving and Norman; a daughter,
Mrs. Milton (Jean) Goldberg; one
brother, one sister and nine grand-
children. SAMUEL BAKER, 120
W. Montcalm, died May 25. He
leaves a brother, Benjamin of
Flushing, N.Y.; and a sister, Mrs.
Florence Horwitz.
* * *
LILLIAN MARKS, 25058 Schoen-
herr, Warren, died May 24. Sur-
vived by her husband, Irving; and
four brothers.
* * *
JOSEPH SCHLAFF, 23070 Mar-
low, Oak Park, died May 27. Sur-
vived by two sons, Sidney and Dr.
Robert; a daughter, M r s. Leon
(Beatrice) Mondry; and six grand-
children.
* * *
HA R R Y SCHWARTZ, 18654
Lesure, died May 23. Survived by
his wife, Edith; a son, Norman; two
daughters, Mrs. Joseph (Gertrude)
Bort and Mrs. Merle (Linda)

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BERTHA SINGER, 14200 North-
end, Oak Park, died May 22, Sur-
vived by two daughters, Mrs. David
(Irma) Schonberger and Mrs. Wil-
liam (Alice) Kroh; one brother, two
sisters, three grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.
* * *
NATHAN STANDLER, 19726 Sus-
sex died May 24. Survived by his
wife, Anna; a son, Daniel of Pitts-
burgh; two daughters, Mrs. Sam
(Ethel) Toby of Pontiac and Mrs.
Irving H. (Sylvia) Pelavin; eight
grandchildren a n d five great-
grandchildren.
* *
HAZEL A. TACHMAN, 7045
Middlepointe, Dearborn, died May
27. She leaves her husband, Hy-
man J.; two sisters, Mrs. Ethel
Sayers of Long Beach, Calif., and
Mrs. Mabel Wall.



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