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January 30, 1987 - Image 103

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-30

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SHELDON
MONUMENT
COMPANY

MONUMENTS BY

BERG
URBACH

AND

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

Southfield; a daughter, Mrs.
Sylvia Reese of Sunrise, Fla.;
11 grandchildren and 13
>, great-grandchildren.

BESSIE RICHARDSON of

Windsor, Ont., died Jan. 24.
Survived by three daughters,
Mrs. Douglas Purther and Mrs.
Irving Rogovein, both of South-
field, and Mrs. Cecil Croll of
Windsor; seven grandchildren
and 15 great-grandchildren.

tein; and four grandchildren.

HERSCHEL SICER, 82, of

died Jan. 21. He leaves two
sons, James and David of Los
Angeles, Calif.; a daughter,
Mrs. Robert (Bonnie) Weins-

Next to Stanley Steamer

Southfield, died Jan. 22. Sur-
vived by a daughter, Mrs. Mor-
ris (Nettie) Adelsberg; two
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.

SAY
IT
WITH
TREES

died Jan. 23. He leaves his
wife, Florence; and a son,
Richard.

Morris Lieberman Led
Many In Labor Zionism

Zionist Federation of which he
was a member and former offi-
cer; the Jewish Community
Council, to which he was a
delegate; League for Labor Is-
rael, of which he was a founder;
and American Jewish Con-
gress.
Mr. Lieberman leaves his
wife, Pearl; a son, Bernard of
Israel; a daughter, Mrs. Judith
Wiser; a sister, Mrs. Lawrence
(Bertha) Lewin; and one
grandson.

Jacob Wapner

Morris Lieberman

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/--'

Morris Lieberman, all of his
adult life an affiliate of the
Labor Zionist movement, rose
to top roles in the movement
and was associated with the
giants in the cause. From
David Ben-Gurion down the
line, he was intimate and la-
bored with the presidents and
prime ministers of Israel. He
was, therefore, their move-
ment's semi-official represen-
tative, not only in this area but
as one of the spokesmen for
Labor Zionism in this country.
Mr. Lieberman, who died
Jan. 26 at age 79, was a symbol
of all that was related to the
movement he represented.
Thereby, he also assumed a
major position in the com-
munal life of Greater Detroit
Jewry, and was constantly
enlisted to aid in many local
movements.
His identification with the
major causes here also resulted
in his being counted for coop-
eration in civic movements and
was called upon for assistance
by government, state and city
officials.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Lieberman was a practicing at-
torney. In the Jewish sphere,
he also counted among his ac-
tivities Histadrut of Detroit, of
which he was the current
chairman; the board of the
Labor Zionist Institute; Am-
pal, of which he was a board
member and co-founder; the

Jacob Wapner, retired owner
and operator of Grand Packing
Co. and Owosso Livestock Co.
in Owosso, died Jan. 23 at age
68.
Born in Grand Rapids, Mr.
Wapner lived in Flint most of
his life. He had residences both
in Flint and Tucson, Ariz. Mr.
Wapner retired in 1983.
He was a World War II vete-
ran and a member of Cong.
Beth Israel in Flint, B'nai
B'rith, the Shriners and was a
32nd degree Mason.
Mr. Wapner is survived by
his wife, Ruth; two daughters,
Mrs. Henry (Janice) Citron of
West Bloomfield and Mrs.
Gary (Maxine) Rotenberg of
Southfield; a son, Dr. Samuel
of West Bloomfield; six sisters,
Mrs. Irving (Rose) Kleiman of
Grand Rapids, Mrs. Philip
(Anne) Kaplan of Flint, Mrs.
David (Lillian) Zirin of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla., Mrs. Albert
(Jean) Sossner of Colonia, N.J.,
Mrs. Donald (Ethel) Murray of
Coral Gables, Fla., and Ms.
Judy Rauchman of Freehold,
N.Y.; and six grandchildren.
Interment Flint.

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SIDNEY SILVERMAN, 79,

field, died Jan. 22. Survived by
a sister, Mrs. Julia Fleishman
of Downsview, Ontario,
Canada; nieces, nephews and a
cousin.

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