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October 02, 1970 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-02

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Friday, OCIldier 1070.41



Detroiter of Sherman Oaks, Calif.,
died Sept. 16. Survived by a son,
Sam of California; and four daugh-
ters, Eve Kalt and Cell Podell,
both of California, Ida Levine and
Gaye Jamison, both of Florida; 14
grandchildren and one great-grand-
• • •
BENJAMIN CARP, 20054 Burt,
died Sept. 28. Survived by his wife,
Bessie; three sons, Morris of Tor-
onto, Joseph of London, Ont., and
Jack; two daughters,. Mrs. Albert
(Jean) Byer and Mrs. Manuel
(Esther) Grossberg; two sisters,
15 grandchildren and one great-
• • •
ALBERT DAVIS, 25875 Green-
field, Southfield, died Sept. 26. Sur-
vived by his wife, Helen; two
brothers and one sister.
• • •
ison, died Sept. 28. She leaves
three sons, Richard of Los Ange-
les, Terry and Leslie; a daughter,
Mrs. Edward (Marilyn) Blumberg;
one brother, two sisters and two
• • •
VERA HALPERT, 15400 Miller,
Oak Park, died Sept. 26. She leaves
a son, Harry Fineberg; a daughter,
Mrs. Max (Ann) Gealer; three
grandchildren and two great-grand-
• • •
Edinborough, Birmingham, died
Sept 17. She leaves two sons, Rich-
ard and Leo; seven grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.

In Loving Memory of
Beloved Husband, Father-
and Grandfather


Who passed away Oct. 6,
1967. Sadly missed and al-
ways remembered by his
wife Sarah; daughters
Mrs. Sydney (Sandra)
Levethan, Mrs. Ronald
(Estelle) Hurwitz and
Mrs. Hershel (Gail) Ep-
stein; -and grandchildren.

HYMAN KAPLAN, 13241 W. Chi-
cago, died Sept. 24. He leaves his
wife, Elizabeth; a son, Benjamin;
and a daughter, Mrs. Sarah Jane
• • •
HARRY LAINE, former De-
troiter. of Hollywood, Fla., died
Sept. 25. Survived by his wife,
Theresa; a son, Harold of Detroit;
a daughter, Mrs. Herman Good-
man; and five grandchildren. In-
terment North Miami.
• • •
loughby, Farmington, died Sept.
At He leaves his wife, Sadie; two
daughters, Alice and Mrs. Eugene
(Marcia) Applebaum; four broth-
ers, three sisters and two grand-
• • •
TENA B. LIPTON, 17725 Man-
derson, died Sept. 26. She leaves
her husband, Moses; a son, David;
a daughter, Mrs. Donald (Eliza-
beth) Cohn of Rochester, N.Y.;
two sisters, five grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

Rabbi Morris Lieberman;
Headed JWB Committee

BALTIMORE - Rabbi Mor-
ris Lieberman, spiritual leader of
the Baltimore Hebrew Congrega
tion, oldest Jewish congregation in
Maryland, who was chairman of
the National Jewish Welfare Board
armed forces and veteran services
committee since January 1967, died
Sept. 23, after an illness of several
weeks. He was 61.
A former chairman of JWB's
commission on Jewish chaplaincy,
Rabbi Lieberman was a national
1964 to March 1970. He had also
been vice-president of the board of
governors of the United Service
vice president of JWB from March
Organizations, of which JWB is a
member agency.
In 1962 he received the Frank
L. Well Award of JWB for distin-
guished contribution to the welfare
of Jewish personnel in the U.S.
Armed Forces. Rabbi Lieberman
was the first chairman of JWB's
public affairs committee in 1961.

The Family of the Late

In Memory of Our Beloved
Father and Grandfather



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

Who passed away Oct.
5, 1962 (seven days in
Tishre.) Sadly missed and
always remembered by his
children and grandchil-



In this period of somber reflection we
pause to pay tribute to those members of
the Hannah Schloss Old Timers who have
We pay tribute to their memory, for
their friendship and for all the good deeds
that marked their active lives.
Our heartfelt sympathies go to their

Israel's Stamps Honor N.Y.

YETTA MARKMAN, 3733 Tyler,
died Sept. 29. Survived by a son,
Julius; and three grandchildren.
• • •
DAVID MEWS, 22150 Sussex,
Oak Park, died Sept. 28. He leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Abe (Shirley)
Budman and Mrs. Sherwin (Nata-
lie) Molonon; five grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
• • •
Greenfield, Southfield, died Sept.
24. He leaves his wife, Gertrude;
a son, Dr. Marshall; a daughter,
Mrs. Edward (Sharorr) May; one
brother, two sisters and four grand-
• • •
FRANK REUBEN, 23105 Provi-
dence, Southfield, died Sept. 25.
He leaves his wife, Eva; a son,
Spencer; a daughter, Mrs. Harvey
(Sydney) Leach; his mother,
Bessie of Florida; one brother, two
sisters and four grandchildren.
• • •
geles died Sept. 25. Survived by his
wife, Bertha; two daughters, Mrs.
Elaine Sanders and Mrs. Pauline
Smolens of Cincinnati; a sister,
Mrs. Ervin (Frieda) Klein of De-
troit; one brother and four grand-
children. Interment Los Angeles.
_ • • •
SAUL SELTZER, 18447 Schaefer,
died Sept 24. Survived by his wife,
Tillie; a son, Benjamin; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Mary Sellin and Mrs.
Philip (Ann) Rosenthal of Wood-
land Hills. Calif.; and nine grand-
• • •
troiter of Los Angeles, died Sept.
26. Survived by a son, David; a
daughter, Mrs. Bruce (Lynda) Gil-
bert; two brothers and two grand-
children. Interment Los Angeles.
• • •
18694 Ohio, died Sept. 24. Survived
by a daughter, Gertrude. Inter-
ment Israel.
• • •
LOUIS WINKLER, 14071 Elgin,
Oak Park, died Sept 26. Survived
by a son, Jeremiah; a daughter,
Mrs. Ruth Rosner; and five grand-
• • •
ANNA WISS, 758./2 Lincoln Terr.,
Oak Park, died Sept. 25. Survived
by her husband, Nathan; three
sons, Abraham M., Meyer H. and
William A.; and eight grandchil-


The historical Congregation is a Torah which was thrown into
Shearith Israel, now located on the street during the British occu-
Central Park West and 70th pation of New York during the
in New York City, is the subject American Revolution and still
of the high value of Israel's new bears the mark of a horse's hooves.
High Holiday set of postage stamps
Cong. Shearith Israel is one of
issued Sept. 7. A special ceremony five synagogues throughout the
held at the synagogue Sept. 9 in- world honored on Israel's 1970
augurated the issue.
High Holiday stamps. The others
Jacques Minkus, president of the are the Great Synagogue in Tunis
Israel Philatelic Agency in Amer- which was dedicated in 1937; Am-
ica, presented commemorative sterdam's Portuguese Synagogue
folders to the spiritual leaders of which dates from 1675; the Stara
the congregation on behalf of the Synagogue in Cracow which was
Israel government Recipients of built during the 14th Century; and
the folders were Edgar J. Nathan the Great Synagogue in Moscow
3rd, president of Shearith Israel; which was built in 1891 but never
and Rev. Dr. Louis C. Gerstein, allowed to open as a Jewish place
rabbi, In addition, a presentation of worship.
was made to Mrs. David de Sola
Pool for her husband, Rev. Dr.
Pool, who was unable to attend.
Rabbi Pool has been associated
with Congregation Shearith Israel
for 63 years and is minister emeri-
Max Schneider, founder and
president of the Max Schneider
Shearith Israel is the oldest con- Co., which merged with Federal
gregation in the United States and Alloys Corp. 25 years ago, died
dates from September, 1654, when Sept. 25 at age 85.
23 Jews fleeing the inquisition in
A lth o'u g h semi-retired, Mr.
Recife, Brazil landed in New Am- Schneider, 25280 N. Montmortre,
sterdam. There they founded the Oak Park, served as a consultant
Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue and adviser to Federal Alloys for
"Shearith Israel" - a remnant of the past 15 years. He was in the
metal business all of his life.
At first services were held in
Born in Russia, Mr. Schneider
homes and then in a rented loft. came to Detroit 65 years ago. He
The first synagogue was erected on was a board member of Mizrachi
'Mill St. (today 27 South William and Yeshivath Beth Yehudah, a
St.) in 1730, and it and its enlarged member of Cong. Beth Tefilo
successor served for over a cen- Emanuel Tikva and a life member
tury. In 1834 a new place of wor- of Beth Aaron Synagogue.
ship was consecrated at Crosby
He is survived by his wife,
St, in lower Manhattan and in
1860, the congregation moved with Dora; three sons, Albert, George
Jacob; two daughters, Mrs.
the city uptown to 19th. Finally
the present building on Central Albert (Sophie) Prag and Mrs.
Ruzumna; two. sisters; 12
Park West and 70th was dedicated
grandchildren and 10 great-grand-
in 1897.
Of special note within the pres-

Attorney Harold Shpiece

Harold E. Shpiece, an attorney
with offices in the Cadillac Tower,
died Tuesday at age 50. He was a
partner with his wife in the firm
of Shpiece and Wheeler.
Mr. Shpiece, a native of Detroit,
was a graduate of Wayne State
University's law school in 1949. He
was a member of the Michigan
State Bar Association and was
active in the Farmington Demo-
cratic Party.
Surviving are his wife, Marie;
two sons, Michael and William;
a daughter, Kathleen; and his
mother, Mrs. Dora Shpiece.

Max Schneider , 85 ,
Company Head

ent edifice is the Little Syna-
A good marriage is that in which
gogue. Used daily by Rabbi Ger- each appoints the other guardian
stein and his congregation for of his solitude. - Rainer Maria
services, small weddings, the nam- Rilke.
ing of a baby, thanksgiving and
intimate personal prayers, the
Little Synagague is equipped
with the furnishings of the first
Mill St. Synagogue. Designed in
the American Colonial tradition of
the first synagogue, it houses
During the coming
benches, reader's desk, tablet of
week Yeshiva Both
the Ten Commandments and Eter-
win observe
nal Light all dating from 1730. Four
the Yahrzen of the
exquisite candlesticks made of
following departed
Spanish brass are the oldest items
friends, with the
in the Little Synagogue-they were
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
in use in the 1730 chapel and may
Kaddish and study-
date from the 15th Century. Tin
ing of Mishnoyes.
bells date from the 17th century
and the pair of silver bells crown-
Hebrew Civil
ing the scroll of the Five Books cf
Moses date from the 18th century
David Teitelbaum
[sank Hess
and were hand-crafted by the fa-
Max Potok
mous silversmith, Meyer Meyers.
Bella Boesky
One of their most hallowed objects
Shorr David




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own spirit is like a city that is
broken down, and without walls.-
Book of Proverbs


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