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September 21, 1962 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-21

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ATLANTA, (JTA) — Samuel
H. Rosenberg, executive direc-
tor of the Atlanta Bureau of
Jewish Education, died here
Sept. 9. He was 57 years old.
He came to Atlanta to head up
the Bureau in 1949 after having
served as educational director of
congregations in Rochester, N.Y.,
New Haven, Conn., Jacksonville,
Fla., and Buffalo, N.Y.
He was a member of the board
of the National Council for Jew-
ish Education, which is made up
of professional Jewish educators
and worked very closely with
the American Association for
Jewish Education. He was par-
ticularly instrumental in the de-
velopment here of a Hebrew
High School and an Institute of
Jewish Studies. Recently he in-
itiated an Adult Education
Council.

Max Zuckerberg Dies

Joseph Haggai, Prominent Hebrew
Educator and Zionist Leader, Dies

Joseph Haggai, of 20276
Schaeffer,' one of the most prom-
inent Hebrew educators in Amer-
ica, who for many years was a
top-ranking labor Zionist leader,
died Wednes-
day at the age
of 74.
Funeral ser-
vices w ere
held Thursday
at Kaufman
Chapel.
Surviving
him are his
wife, Rebecca;
son, Jeremiah,
of Ain Hasho- Haggai,
phet, Israel, who was one of the
world leaders in Hashomer Hat-
zair; a daughter, Tikvah; three
grandchildren in Israel, a broth-
er, Moshe, and two sisters, Olga
and Pauline.
One of the founders of the
Labor Zionist movement in De-
troit and the organization's most
eloquent orator in the Middle
West, the late Mr. Haggai be-
came nationally famous for his
devoted efforts in behalf of the
Zionist cause.
He was among the most ac-
tive participants in efforts for
the Jewish National Fund and
campaigned for Zionist causes,
at the same time striving for
cultural advancement through
the movement.
An active pioneer leader in
the American Jewish Congress,
he was elected in a city-wide
poll, in 1918, as a delegate from
Michigan to the first American
Jewish Congress held in Phila-

delphia in that year, prepara-
LOUIS J. SMALL, 19474 Bir-
FLORENCE S CHEINBACH,
tory to presenting the Jewish 20065 Mansfield, died Sept. 13. wood, died Sept. 9. Survived by
case before the Peace Confernce She leaves her husband, Herman; sister, Beatrice of Chicago, Ill.
* *
after World War I. The other two sons, David and Ronald; and
delegates who were elected with three brothers.
SADIE H. KUSHNER, 13750
him him were the late Rabbi
* *
Dexter, died Sept. 14. Survived

A. M. Hershman and David W.
Simons.
For 55 years a Hebrew
reacher, Mr. Haggai was asso-
ciated with the United Hebrew
Schools for 30 years, except for
the two years during which he
lived in Palestine—before the
rebirth of Israel.

PHILIP LOWELL, 12946 San-
ta Clara, died Sept. 13. He leaves
his wife, Mary; a son, Maurice;
a brother and three grandchil-
dren.
* * *
TOBIAS GLEICH, 18227 Pine-
hurst, died Sept. 14. He leaves
a daughter, Mrs. Yvette McNer-
ney; and a granddaughter, Mrs.
Canadian Jewish
Robert Woolf.
• *
Congress Stresses
HAROLD CHARLES SMITH,
Importance of ORT
18622 Northlawn, died in Oak-
OTTAWA, (JTA)—The presi- land, Calif. Sept. 13. He leaves
dent of the Canadian Jewish his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Congress warned here that Jews Smith; a brother, Leonard Gere-
the world over must be pre- gach; a sister, Sandra; and his

pared at all times to meet
emergencies caused by political
scrap
metal
dealer
and
for-
A
and economic • upheavals, even
mer bailiff, Max Zuckerberg,
where anti-Semitism as such
15141 Sutherland, Oak Park,
does not play a significant role.
died Wednesday. He was 54.
The caution was voiced by
Funeral services will be held
the CJC head, Michael Garber,
at 10 a.m. today in Kaufman's
of Montreal, at the seventh bi-
Chapel.
ennial convention banquet here
Mr. Zuckerberg was a mem-
of Women's Canadian ORT.
ber of Perfection Lodge, F. &
Garber cited Cuba as an ex-
A.M., and was a Shriner. He
ample of a country where
was also affiliated with Louis
"though no anti-Semitism is
Marshall Lodge, Bnai Brith.
practiced, and no one had told
Surviving are his wife,
the Jews to go, there is now
Esther; two sons, Robert and
almost no Jewish community
Harvey; three brothers, Joseph,
remaining, in Cuba. When pri-
Nathan of Miami Beach, Fla.,
vate enterprise changes to a
and David of Louisiana; and a
philosophy of Communism," he
grandson.
said, "the Jew is squeezed out
and has to leave. You never
know what country will next go
through such a convulsion."
For these reasons, among oth-
ers, he maintained, an organiza-
Founder and owner of the Hebrew Schools, the American tion like ORT, which Canadian

I. Lewis Zuieback Dies; Prominent
Merchant Was Active in Communty

women's ready - to - wear stores Jewish Congress and the Boys'
bearing his name, I. Lewis Zuie- Clubs of Detroit. He was a mem-
back died Sept. 14 at the age ber of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith and
of 70.
He lived at 2278 Bellwood Perfection Lodge, F. & A. M.
Surviving are his wife, Lillian;
south, Southfield. His business
included five stores operated by a daughter, Mrs. George Blum;
Zuieback, Inc., in the Detroit three brothers, Rudolph, Meyer
and Saul; four sisters, Mrs. Jo-
area.
Mr. Zuieback was an active seph Cantor, Mrs. Nathan Schol-
supporter of the Jewish Welfare nick, Mrs. Ely Robinson and Mrs.
Federation, the Zionist Organi- Herman Kanter; and three
zation of America, the United , grandchildren.

DETROIT JEWRY

is invited to participate in a

for the six million Jews who perished
in Europe at the hands of the Nazis .. .

which will be held on

Sunday, September 23rd, at 1:30 p. m.

at the

HEBREW MEMORIAL PARK

(Chesed Shel Emes Cemetery-14 Mi. Rd. and Gratiot)

RABBI SAMUEL H. PRERO

of the Young Israel of Northwest Detroit

CANTOR DAVID BAGLEY

of the Congregation Beth Aaron
will participate in these services.

Morris Dorn, President
Samuel Portner, Cemetery Chairman
Rabbi Israel I. Rockove, Eve,cutive Director

ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE

Jewry aids with contributions
totaling $200,000 annually, must
be maintained and strength-
ened.
Mrs. A. B. Bennett of Tor-

onto, national president of Wo-
men's Canadian ORT, told the
150 ORT members and guests
at the event, that, throughout
the world, "Jewish bodies and
souls are pleading for a modi-
cum of human dignity." She
pointed out that ORT schools
in many countries, including
Israel, offer vocational and
technical training to refugees
and displaced persons, and the
ORT activities "are not confined
to Jews alone."

Civic Enthusiast,
Ida Stein Dies

"Memorial Service"

Mrs. Ida Stein, longtime resi-
dent here and active in civic
and charitable organizations in
the Jewish community, died
Sept. 15. She was 76.
Mrs. Stein, 11501 Petoskey,
included Bnai Brith and the
Chernigover and Loyever So-
ciety and the Katrinislav
Groups among her affiliations,
along with her late husband,
Benjamin.
Surviving are three sons, Mor-
ris, Sonne and Robert; four
daughters, Mrs. Albert Raphael,
Mrs. Al Traub, Mrs. Al Papo
and Mrs. Irving Herman,; a
brother, Sam Sherline; 17
grandchildren and 16 great-
grandchildren.

grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Poskel.

*

MONUMENT CENTER
Granite - Bronze - Marble

300 ft. West of Northwestern Highway

Announcement of plans to
create a garden memorial in
Israel in the memory of Harry
H. Anbender, Detroit attorney,
has been made by Sam
Schwartzberg, president of the
Greater Detroit Scrap Trade
Association.
The fund for the memorial
has been created by individual
contributions by Association
members.

rrirx ritN

SOPHIE SMARGON died in
Chicago, Ill., Sept. 14. Survived
by husband, Dr. Abraham Smar-
gon; two daughters, Anne Green-
berg and Ruth Kaplan; a son,
Dr. Ben Smargon of Detroit;
and eight grandchildren.

During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth .
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional M e mo
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
studying of Mish-
nayes.

Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT MONUMENT
WORKS

Best Quality Granites
Personalized Designs
Priced Reasonable
2744 W. Davison cor. Lawton

TO 8-6923

DI 1-1175

MEMORIALS

in the Jewish
tradition by

KARL BERG
MEMORIALS

3201 JOY RD.

Hebrew Civil
ELLUL SEPT.

Bessie Krause
Peter S. Goldstein
Regina Rubinstein

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Sophie Scherr
Meyer Levy
Anna Gruskin

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Rose Kolodney
Ann Stein .
Joseph Slakter

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Sarah Pearl Oppen
Solomon Seibner
Cherna Knoppow

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Samuel Wetter
Rabbi M. Zager
Miksa Rosenthal

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TISHRI

Tillie Feldman
Tillie Berlin
Isaac Kammerman
Yeruchim Berlin
Morris Eizen
Solomon Sidder
Jacob Zack

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Slut to the Hebrew Ilomovolont Society

CLOSED SATURDAYS
and JEWISH HOLIDAYS

Yeshiva Beth Yehuda

OPEN SUNDAYS

12305 Dexter

TYlor 6-0196

WE 1-0203

Norfhwesf Monument Co.

MEMORIALS OF DISTINCTION

Custom De signed

Premium Granites of Reasonable Prices
CLOSED SATURDAYS: OPEN SUNDAYS 10 to 5 P.M.

7747 Fenkelt at Woodingham
UN 4-0786
UN 4-0785

18325 W. 9 MILE RD. IN SOUTHFIELD

Scrap Trade Assn.
Creates Memorial for
Harry H. Anbender

WE REMEMBER

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

* *

by her husband, Benjamin; son,
Abraham; daughter, Mrs. Na-
than (Helen) Greenberg; a
brother; two sisters, and six
grandchildren.
* a
SURA NESHEFSKY, 3771
Burlingame, died Sept. 19. Sur-
vived by son, Sam; a daughter,
Mrs. Bella Marcus; three grand-
children and three great grand-
children.

DR. RUBIE R. GOLDSTONE,
25416 Park wood, Huntington
Woods, died Sept. 14. He leaves
his wife, Grace; a son, George;
a daughter, Mrs. Donald Spero;
and four grandchildren.
a * *
ANNIE KINSLEY, 1033 Suf-
field, Birmingham, died Sept. 16.
A nuclear reactor, to help de-
She leaves a son, Dr. George velop the use of atomic energy
Kinsle y; a brother and two or scientific research and in-
grandchildren.
rustrial purposes, has been
*
*
built in Israel_ with funds from
MARGARET MARIENT H A L , the United States Government
Lee Plaza Hotel, died in Miami, and the Israel Bond drive.
Sept. 15. She leaves her husband,
Charles; three daughters, Mrs.
Morton Kiefer, Mrs. Saul Modell
and Mrs. Beverly Loeb; five sis-
ters, a brother and six grand-
children.
* * *

I SAMUEL
SIDNEY
WOLFSON I GORLICK

(Owners)

Nathan Samet, Chairman
Joseph Franovitz
Joe Gorman
Meyer Cooper
Isidore Sosnick
Nathan P. Rossen

I

OBITUARIES

TE 4 - 4062

7436 TIREMAN

Ira Kaufman-Herbert Kaufman

Elgin 7-5200

39 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS . Friday, Septemb er 21, 1962

Samuel H. Rosenberg
Dies in Atlanta

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