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September 25, 1970 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-25

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Alice Shapiro, Age 84

Alice Shapiro, a member of
Hadassah. National Council of
Jewish Women and Jewish Na-
tional Fund, died Tuesday at age
84.
Mrs. Shapiro, 25878 Pembroke,
Huntington Woods, was a native
of New York and lived in the De-
troit area 58 years.
She leaves her husband, Mau-
rice; two daughters, Mrs. Jack
(Evelyn) Munson and Mrs. Jules
(Lydia) Sanders; two sisters, Mrs.
Harry (Gussie) Glasses- and Mrs.
Beatrice Rogalin of New York:
four grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.

Memorial Service

for 6 Million Set

A memorial service for the Six
Million will be held 1 p.m. Oct. 4
at Hebrew Memorial Park. The
community is invited_
Ra bbi David
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah and rabbi
of Cong. Bnai Israel-Beth Yehudah;
and Cantor Joseph Birnholtz of
Beth Achim Synagogue will partic-
ipate in the services_
Paul Jacobs, president of the
Hebrew Benevolent Socienr, is
assisted by Nathan Samet, chair-
man, and his committee, Jacob
Bacow, Meyer I. Cooper, Morris
Dorn, Leo B. Furst, Joseph M.
It is great folly to wish only to Korman, Harry Portner, Samuel S..
Portner, Nathan P. Rossen and Leo
be wise.—La Rochefoucauld.
Stein.

Hyman Goldberg. 62

STAMF'ORD. Cm. — Hyman
Goldberg better known to the

OBITUARIES

a

faikgPers
kis eaadaz "aim'
in the old New York Journal-
American as 'Prudence Penny,"
died Sept 19 at age 62L
Mr_ Goldberg. a reporter, maga-
abbe inciter and author of conk-
books. ate& appearedeateiension
with cootie; dromastratiom Ifis

The Family of the Late

LENA AGREE

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

I

HYMN GOIMMEEG

two cock books. "Man in the
Kitchen" and –The Beginner's
Cook Book," were as much Inemor
as gourmet tips_ His recipe for
making rum pie with zwieback
crust was "Break up zwieback_
Keep rum bottle bandy; if smash-
Czar Fighter Dead at 83
ing up zwieback exhausts you,
NEW YORK—Simon R. Kaplan, take a swig of rum and resume
a one-time.. Russian_ revolutionary, zwieback breaking when strength
died here Sept 18 at age 83_ In rebzras."
1941 Kaplan wrote a book, "Once
a Rebel," det*iling his experience
in the pre-Bolshevik revolution of
1905.
By BAB= SAMUEL J. FOX
(Cnginizintsm, irte.Soc.)
Radomer--Services Set- -
"Sbessita" is the Sabbatical year
Radomer Aid Society will assem- deceased by the Wale (Leviticus
ble for memorial services 1 gm. 25:6) whereby the land of Israel
Sunday at Radomer Cemetery, He- Des fallow and debts are cancelled
brew Memorial Park. Rabbi Letter
The Talmud (Sanhedrin 84) ex-
Levin will officiate_ Members and plains that the Sabbatical year is a
friends are asked to attend_
means of demonstrating to man

Shemita

The Family .1 the Late

ERVIN KLEIN

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind encashing of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives -and frkmds &win
the -family's recent be-
reavement.

that be alone is not the authority

No man is the wiser for his nor the power in the world, eves
learning.—John Selden.
though be has the rights of pusses-

DETROIT JEWRY'

Is Invited to Participate in a

Memorial Service

For the Six Million Jews Who -
Perished in Europe at the
Hands of the Nazis .

-

which will be held on

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1:00 p.m.

at the

HEBREW MEMORIAL PARK

(Chesed Shel Ernes Cemetery . . .
Gratiot and 14 Mae Rood)

RAIN DAVID LIBBIAAll

Dean of Yeshivah Beth Yehudah and Rabbi_of Cong. Wind
Israel-Beth Yehudah

CANTOR JOSEPH MINIIXTE
of Beth Achim Synagogue

Will Participate in These Services

Paid JUAN, President
Edward IIMer, Nyman Limits, Vice Prairies('
80 Labia, Cemetery Chehalis
rael I. Redeem; Mee. Dir.
M el Is
Rabbi Nowy L. Cisidaehlag, Cem. Admin.
Harry E. Ott* Men. Pres.
ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE
Nathan Samet, Chairman; Jamb Beam, Meyer L Cooper,
Monis Dare, Lee B. Pm* Jess* IL Barnum Many
Ismes, Leo Stela,
Portage, Ssageot M. ?Mao; MMus

,1 ire

1W;44:1144/4079,741r

Fred and Ned;
one brother, one sister and three
grandchildren.

by two mos, Dr.

HUBD: GOLDS, fanner Detroit-
er of Its Angeles. died Sept lf.
Survived by his wife. SYlvia; two

Jonas Goldstein, owner of Gold-
stein Bakery for more than 30
years, died Sept. 18 at age 68_
Mr. Goldstein, a fifth-generation
baker, retired from his business in
1960. The bakery originally was
located in the Dexter-Calvert area,
and then at Wyoming and Curtis.
Born in Poland, Mr. Goldstein
lived in Detroit for some 50 years_
He was a member of Cong. Beth
Moses and the Chenstochover So-
ciety. His residence was at 19139
Lauder.
Surviving are his wife, Esther:
a daughter, Mrs. Roger K. (Mil-
dred) Brown; four brothers, Sey-
mour, Dr. David and Morris Mor-
ton and Carl Goldstein of Fart
Lauderdale; a sister, Mrs_ Harry
(Rose) Jacobs; and two grand-
children.

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

HARRY StiERE, 11= Brooks.

Ann Arbor. died Sept zt. Survived

SYLVIA FOX of Beediwand. 0.,
cried Sept_ 2e. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Mrs.. Leon (Faye) Stone of
Detroit; one brother, three sisters,
two grandchildren and one great-
grandchild_ Intermera Cleveland_

Longtime Baker

ALBERT
SCHWARTZ

ter, Mrs. Sidney (Syd) Erandall of
Hal Harbour, Fla.: roe brother
and four grandchildren_

AGREE. 15= Nortlegate.
Oak Park. cried Sept_ IL She leaves
a son. George; five daughters.
Mrs_ Robert (Flossie) Geller, Mrs_
Marvin (Tniely) Steam. Mier Sam-
net (Margie) Hack. Mrs_ Richard
(Dorado) Irwin of Chicago and
Mrs. Joseph (Elsie) Haas of woott-
D.C: nee brother. are
sister, 17 grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren_

Jonas Goldstein,

The Family of the Late

raider. sapewier 25, 10/741-55

Gounglipt Caskjgg Waller; TIE IOW MEM MIES

Moe to the earth_
By being forced to restrict him-
self from using the earth for a
year, he shows that there is a
higher power than himself. It is
also to demonstrate to man how ft
Bois to be poor and devoid of the
trues at the earth so that be can
sympathize with the poor. Some
deka that the Sabbatical year is
Us the arratah day of the week
Observing the seventh day of the
we as ,the Sabbath is man's way
SI shas( that be believes that the
ward was created by the Almighty
who gave man the privilege of
Ming its produce.
The cematioe of ' labor in the
fields on the seventh year is bike
the general cessation of labor on
the Sabbath_ Some modern agricul-
tural scientists have found that
allowing the field to lie fallow bene-
fits the prOdoctivily of the future
erop. Also, like the seventh day of
the week. the Sabbatical year al-
lows the farmer the chance to en-
gage in study which be is often too
busy to do because of his coneeni
with the productivity of his land.

C.AID OF THANES
The family of the late Peggy
Morris acknowledges with grateful
appreciation the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy extended
by relatives and friends during
the fandles meat bereavement

sans. Dr_ Jack of Detroit and B-
narci; three brothers, one sister
and file grandchildren. Interment

Las Angeles_

.
.
ABE HARRIS. 24525 Lee Baker,
Southfield. creed Sept 23. He leav es
his wife. Blanche - a son, Melvin;
a daughter. Mrs. Gilbert (Befrose)
Gall:ring: two brothers. two sisters
and five grandchildren_ •

CRARIES ALLEN MILLION,
28261 Winthrop. died Sept. 18_
Survived by his parents. Peter
and Jean; his grandfather, &coon
llifirsen a brother, David; and two
sisters, Susan and Carol_
.
*
CHARLES NEWMAN, 751 E_
Grand Blvd., died Sept. 20 He
leaves a brother, David; and two
sisters, Mrs_ Marne (SYbill) Siegel
and Mrs. Benjamin (Helen) Sobel

Mt •

KATIE SCHULDINGER. 13160
Irvine, Oak Park, cried Sept. 21.
She leaves a son, Mac; a. daugh-

A telephone call to us

gives you the assurance
that a man you know is
helping you.

We can make the desired
anangements regardless
of where a death occias.

IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL

18325 W. Nine node Ra

Smthfield
again 750:10

Optician Bert Ozer

ho and

Bert H. Ozer, founder and own-
er for 35 years of Professional
Optical Co.„ 19168 Liver:anis, died
Monday at age 64.
Mr_ Ora, 1755 Muirland, was
a member of the "Insight" organ-
ization_ He was a native of Youngs-
town, 0., and lived in Detroit
years
Surviving are his wife, Helen; a
son, Dr.. Belly of El Paso;
daughter, Mrs. Laurence (Mar-
garet) Cadman of New York; a
brother, Irving. and -a sister, Mrs.
Gerald (Florence) Spero. both of
California_

Mindy Keyn, Age 19,
Past BBG President

Men wino do not make advances
to women are apt to become vic-
tims to women who make advances
to them--Walter Bagebot.

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114 Illacla E. al Wasoemanil
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Daring the coming
we Yeshiva Beth
Yeeeile wall almorre
the Yobeaele of she
fallowino ....oar
friends. with the
tooditional Mensetial
Prayers. recitation if
Itionrosh and stalk-
ing of Alb berms.

Hebrew Civil

Mindy D. Keyn, 19-year-oid
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Keyn, 20728 Knob Woods, South-
field, died Monday.
A past president of Lsraelettes
Baal Brith Girls, Miss Keyn was
a junior at Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity with a major in music and
history. She was a native Detroiter
and was graduated from Mum-
ford High School in 1967.
Besides her parents, Miss Keyn
leaves her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ivan Katzman of Windsor.

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