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October 09, 1981 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-09

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Alex Schreiber, Movie Theater
Operator, ActiVe in Community

Alex Schreiber, a pioneer
in the operation of motion
picture theaters here, with
active community roles,
died in Los Angeles, where
he had been making his
home for many years. He
was 81.
Mr. Schreiber was among
the early leaders in the es-
tablishment of the central
community agencies here.

was honored for his war
bond activity by President
Roosevelt.
He was the chief barker of
the Variety Club.
He leaves his wife, Molly;
two sons, Max and Howard;
daughter, 'Blume; eight
grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter.

Ray Saltzman

Matilda Kepes, an active
member of Jewish women's
and communal organiza-
tions, died Sept. 30 at age
83.
Born in Hungary, she was
a life member of Hadassah,
past president of the Heb-
rew Ladies Aid Society, a
member of Women's Ameri-
can ORT, Sinai Hospital
Guild and Order of the
Eastern Star.

Matilda Kepes

Ray J. Saltzman, an ap-
praiser for the Dean Ap-
praiser Co. for the past two
years, died Sept. 30 at age
28.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Saltzman was a former
Franklin Village assessor.
He held membership in the
Oakland County Young Re-
publicans, Oakland County
Chapter of the Michigan
State Alumni Association,
was issues chairman of the
19th District Republican
Committee and was a
member of the executive
committee of the Oakland
County Republican Party.
He also was a volunteer
athletic trainer at Birmin-
gham Groves High School
and Michigan State Uni-
versity.
He leaves his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur (Florence
"Jo") Saltzman; and two sis-
ters, Amie R. and Sarah
"Sally."

As president of the Fresh
Air Society, he participated
in the numerous advances
made in the establishment
of summer camps under
Jewish communal opera-
tion.
He had important roles
in the Jewish Welfare
Federation and Allied
Jewish Campaigns.
Mr. Schreiber owned
numerous theaters in De-
troit and theaters and bowl-
ing centers in Los Angeles.
He began operating motion
picture theaters in 1919 in
Detroit, later branching out
to Los Angeles.
During World War II, he

The Family
of the Late

ROSE BELLE
BRENNER

ABRAHAM
DANIEL

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 9:30 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 11, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Yolkut will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

ALEX SCHREIBER

In Loving Memory
of Mother,
Grandmother,
Great-Grandmother
and Sister

Who passed away Oct.
3, 1975. Sadly missed
and always remem-
bered by her children,
grandchildren, great-
grandchildren and sis-

ter.

The Seyburn, Schlain
and Brenner Families
and Sister, Frances Uhr

In 1977, Mrs. Kepes and
her husband established the
Louis and Matilda Kepes
Family Forest in Israel. She
was a member of Women of
Jewish National Fund,
Bnai Moshe Sisterhood,
Bnai Brith and Brandeis
University National Wo-
men's Committee and the
Zionist Organization of
-
America.

She also benefited the
National Jewish
Hospital/National
Asthma Center and the
Jewish Home for the
Aged.
She leaves her husband,
Louis; a son, Erwin; a
daughter, Mrs. Ernest
(Lydia) Stecker; eight
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

Trust men and they will
be true to you; treat them
greatly and they will show
themselves great.
—Emerson

In Loving Memory Of

The Family
of the Late

DAVE COOPERMAN

SYLVIA
HIRSCHMAN

Like falling leaves the years fly by,
But our precious memories never die.

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 10 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 11, at Beth
Moses Cemetery. Rabbi
Yolkut will officiate. Re-
latives and friends are
asked to attend.

Who passed away Oct. 3, 1968 (12th of
Tishri). Sadly missed by daughters, Mrs. J.
Walter (Carole) Jonas and Mrs. Ronald
(Frances) Stewart; grandchildren, Laur-
ence, Michele, Rachele, Lisa, Douglas,
David and Scott.

N

The Family
of the Late

GERTA-and
LOUIS
MARKOW

Announces the un-
veiling of monuments in
their memory 3 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 11, at He-
brew memorial Park
(Pinsker Section). Can-
tor Larry Vieder will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

In Memory Of

LOUIS I.
SHAER

Passed away
Oct. 13, 1964

Deep in my heart these memories kept

I miss him too much to ever forget.
Seventeen lonely years lovingly remembered
and missed.

THE DETROIT JEWISH( NEWS

Couple Die
in Car Crash

Luba Brode, 78, and Jack
Brode, 85, died Oct. 6 from
injuries sustained in an au-
tomobile accident.
The couple were members
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Mr.
Brode was the founder of
Broder Brothers wholesale
dry goods.
The Brodes leave a son,
Harold; a daughter, Mrs.
William (Elaine) Serman;
nine grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Brode is survived by
a brother, Sol Newhouse of
Pontiac. Mr. Brode leaves
two brothers, Leonard and
Henry.

Dropsie Dean

PHILADELPHIA — Dr.
Sol Cohen, associate profes-
sor in Semitics at Dropsie
University has been ap-
pointed academic dean.

WE.REMEMBER

D
w u ere in kg the coming

Aik

6

....

Beth Yehudah will
observe the Van,-
zees of the follow-
ing departed
friends. with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers recita -
tion of Kaddish

and Studying of

MtshnavoS

TISHREI OCT
13 11
SARAH G BESHKIN
13 11
MORRIS BRICKNER
13 11
NOCHUM COHEN
13 11
CELIA EIZEN
13 - 11
CHANA• FISHMAN
13 11
GEDALIA GUESTEIN
13 11
SARAH LEVINE
13 11
HYMAN SLAKTER
13 11
JACOB UHR
13 11
SYLVIA UNGER
13 11
A. MARVIN WESTERMAN
13 11
AVNER WOLF
14 12
SCHMUL G. HOLLENDER
14 12
IDA KASOFF
14 12
LOUIS RADINE
14 12
MANUEL L. ROSENTHAL
14 12
JENNIE WASSERMAN
15 13
ABRAHAM APPLEBAUM
15 13
SHIRLEY GALLISON
15 13
BARNETT GITTLEMAN
15 13
MORRIS KOWAL
15 13
JULIUS LEFTON
15 13
SAMUEL RAPP
16 14
DAVID M. EDELMAN
16 14
MORRIS GOLDBERG
16 14
ALLEN KRAKOW
16 14
CELIA MARGOLIS
16 14
DORA ROSEN
16 14
LAELA M. SAULSON
16 14
MORRIS SILVERSTEIN
16 14
ESTHER R. SMITH
17 15
ROSE JEREMIAS
17 15
MINNIE KIDECKEL
DORA STROM
17 15
ROTHENHAUS
17 15
WILLIAM SOLOMON
18 16
STANLEY BRAWER
18 16
SADIE ETTINGER
18 16
JACK FRANKS
18 16
SAMUEL GRANITZ
18 16
WILLIAM M. ISENBERG
18 16
SAMUEL KIEF
18 16
SOL KWARTOWITZ
18 16
ABRAHAM S. LIPSON
18 16
PHILIP ROBINSON
18 16
TANIA SAFRAN
18 16
SAM WEINTRAUB
19 17
ISADORE BERKOWITZ
19 17
ROBERT JONAS
19 17
ETTA JOSSELSON
19 17
ETTA KATZMAN
19 17
HARRY LEVIN
19 17
BELLA RAIM
19 17
ISADORE ROLNITZKY
19 17
SONYA SALEM
19 17
SOL STEIN
19 17
GEORGE R. TEREBELO

Yeshivoth Beth
Yehudah

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
5574750
Southfield

'Friday, Wier 9, 1981 63
Torah Meetings Are Set in NY

NEW YORK — A Joint
Torah Leaders Convention
sponsored by five national
organizations will take
place Nov. 4 - 8 in Spring
Glen, N.Y.
Taking part in the con-
vention are the Rabbinic
Alumni of Rabbi Isaac El-
chanan Theological Semi-
nary (RfETS), the
Educators Council of
America, the Cantorial
Council of America, the Na-
tional Association of Tradi-
tional Jewish Communal
Workers and the Yeshiva
College Alumni Associa-
tion.

During the joint plenary
sessions, professional and
lay leaders will address four
topics: Priority Concerns in

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SMALL BEQUESTS
BUILD A
STRONG ISRAEL

the tradition of including the Jewish
National Ftr led in the Will of ecery Jew were
in variably j011owed, sufficient resources would
be accumulated to ensure the future of the
young Jewish State on a sound basis of land
deowlopment. social welfare, and justice.

A bequest to the Jewish National Fund
should be as traditional as having a Blue Box
in one's home.

You may want your bequest to be
dedicated to afforestation, to a village, a
Nach fah, to a children's play area, to perpetual
yahrzeit or kaddish, or to some form of
permanent tribute in the names of persons
dear to you.

Consult the Foundation for Jewish
National Fund, 27308 Southfield Rd.,
557-6644
They will gladly co-operate with you in
working out plans to meet your special
requirements, in strict privacy.

TIE RA KAU MAN 0-1ApE[ IN

Directors of Funerals

the Jewish Community as
Guidelines for Service; De-
veloping Lay Leadership;
Creating a Sense of Mission
in the Training of Torah
Leaders; and Demographic
Change and the Implication
for the Continuity of Torah
Life.

C 569-0020

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