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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-19

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Louis Segal Dead at 69; Executive
of Farband - Labor - Zionist Order

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NEW YORK (JTA) — Louis
Segal, general secretary of the
Farband-Labor Zionist Order since
1926. and a veteran labor leader,
died here after a long illness.
He would have been 70 next
July 4. Interment was in the Far-
band section of Cedar Park Ceme-
tery in Paramus. N.J.
!At his death, he was a member
of the executive of the World Zion-
ist Organization and the Jewish
Agency for Is-
rael, and he
served as an offi-
cer or member
of the highest
governing bodies
of the World
Jewish Congress,
the Jewish
Claims Confer-
ence, the Na-
tional Committee
for Labor Israel,
the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, the
American Asso- Segal
ciation for Jewish Education, the
Jewish Education Committee of
New York, the American Finance
and Development Corporation for
Israel (AMPAL), the Labor Zion-
ist Organization of America, the
World Congress for Jewish Cul-
ture, and many others.
He was also a member of the
board of directors of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency. Segal was a
frequent contributor of articles to
the Yiddish and Anglo-Jewish
press. A volume of some of his
writings in Yiddish was published
in 1951 on the occasion of his 25th
anniversary as general secretary
if Farband.
Renowned as an orator, Segal
annually appeared in scores of
communities in the United States
and Canada, in Israel, as well as
in • Europe and Latin American

In Loving Memory of Our
Dear and Precious Mother

FRANCES ROTH

June 21, 1962
We cherish many
thoughts of you
Within our hearts today
Thoughts of all you meant
to us
In your own special way.
We are sure you have
always known this,
But with time it grows
still clearer
There was just one you,
in all the world,
And no one could be
dearer.
A mother who was kind
and loving,
A mother who was sweet
and dear,
Who was life's greatest
blessing
Every day of every year.
If the world was ours to
give,
We'd give it, yes, and
more
To have you, beloved
Mom,
Once again—greet us at
the door.
It must be true what they
say,
. That God chooses the
best;
He took your hand, and
made us part,
He gave you rest, but
broke our hearts.
Oh! what a sad two
years!
Her Children:
Robert Roth, Helene Ra-
paport, Shirley Green-
good, Jerry Miller and
Joan Adler.

countries. Born in Poland, he came
to the United States in 1911.
A statement mourning his death
was issued on behalf of the Jewish
Agency by Mrs. Rose Halprin,
leaves a great void in Jewish life
"The tragic death of Louis Segal
chairman of its American section.
and in the Zionist movement," the
statement said.
"Throughout his career, he
gave of himself unstintingly to
the Zionist movement and to
every constructive endeavor in
Jewish life. His services to the
Jewish people were that of a
dedicated, militant Zionist lead-
er who led and inspired the Jew-
ish working masses affiliated
with the Labor Zionist move-
ment to work unceasingly in be-
half of Israel and the Jewish
people generally.
"His specific role in building
the Farband-Labor Zionist Order
to its present place of eminence
in Jewish life constitutes a dis-
tinguished chapter in American
Jewish history. We shall sorely
miss his counsel, his dedication
and his enthusiasm.
"In the name of the executive
of the Jewish Agency, and the
World Zionist Organization, we
express our deepest condolences
to his family, to the Labor iZon-
ist movement and to the Jewish
people who have suffered an ir-
reparable loss," the statement con-
cluded.

OBITUARIES

LORENZ LEVIN, 18681 Monica,
died June 17. Survived by three
sons, Isadore, Arthur and Edward;
a daughter, Mrs. Pearl Sage; and
eight grandchildren.
* * *
BELLA DORFMAN, 16773 Tul-
ler, died June 17. Survived by a
son, Joseph H.; two daughters,
Mrs. William (Anne) Linovitz and
Mrs. Morris Rosenzweig; 10 grand-
children and six great-grandchil-
dren.

* *

LOUIS LEIDERMAN, 14100 W.
Nine Mile, Oak Park, died June 17.
Survived by wife. Clara, a son,
Abraham of Canton, 0.; one
brother; and two grandchildren.

Dr. Joseph Grueber 57
Local Dentist, Is Dead

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Dr. Joseph Grueber, 19920 Prest,
died Sunday at age 57. Born in
Vienna, he had been a resident of
Detroit for 30 years and had prac_
ticed as a dentist for 2,5 years with
offices at 1610 Broadway Tower.
He was a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Toronto and a member
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek. He was
past president of both local and
national chapters of Alpha Omega
dental fraternity, past president
of the Chamber Music Workshop,
and a member of the Bohemians
and the Chamber Music Society.
He is survived by his wife,
Yeshiva Starts $4,000,000 Project Shirley; two sons, David and Fred-
The Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and erick; a brother, Harry; and a
- Mestivta signed the contract for sister, Mrs. Minnie Krugel.
building its new $4,000,000 Harry
Herskowitz School in the Flatbush Philip Mendelson Dead;
section of Brooklyn, it was an-
nounced by Marvin Herskowitz, Was Building Contractor
Philip Mendelson, 18307 Ard-
chairman of the board of the Ye-
more, died June 15 at the age of
shiva.
69 in Harper Hospital. Born in
Russia, he had lived here for 50
years and worked as a building
The Family of the Late
contractor for 30 years.
He was a member of the Pinsker
ROSE
Prograssive Aid Society, Pisgah
GOLDSTE N
Lodge of Bnai Brith and Cong.
Acknowledges with grate-
Ahavis Achim.
ful appreciation the many
Surviving are his wife, Rebecca;
kind expressions of sym-
a son, Morris; two daughters, Mrs.
pathy extended by rela-
Mollie Moglovkin and Mrs. Helen
tives during the family's
Glass; two brothers, Victor Man-
recent bereavement.
dels of Jamaica, N.Y. and Louis
Mandels of Brooklyn; a sister, Ida
Mandels, also of Brooklyn; and six
grandcihldren.

The Family of the Late

Student Hides in Shaft
for 7 Months at Yale

JACOB
FAIGENBAUM

NEW HAVEN—A pre-medical
student at Yale lived in a four-
foot-wide passageway without be-
ing discovered for the past seven
months.
Alan Kornfeld„ 22 years old and
six-foot-three, emerged from his
hiding place after school gradu-
ation exercises. He admitted that
the shaft was a little cold in win-
ter, but once that problem had
been overcome with an electric
blanket, he managed quite well.
A fifth year special student,
Kornfeld, an Oklahoman, lacked
the funds for living expenses, so
chose the ventilation shaft as a
temporary hideaway in one of
Yale's 12 residential colleges.

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

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Y.
Druckman
and
Mrs. Harry J. Druckman,
the family of the late

HARRY J.
DRUCKMAN

Morris Cafritz Dies at 77
Morris Cafritz, millionaire Wash-
ington financier, died June 12 in
Hot Springs, Va., at the age of 77 .

Acknowledge with grateful
appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friend's during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

ISADORE TONKIN, 21811 Hard-
ing, Oak Park, died JJune 12. Sur-
vived by a brother, Morris; and
two sisters, Mrs. Fred Gayer and
Mrs. Carl Lacky.
* * *

SAMUEL SCHIFFMAN, 14421
W. Lincoln, Oak Park, died June
14. Survived by wife, Becky; a son,
Jay; four daughters, Mrs. Louis
(Jessie) Sanford of Flint, Mrs.
Jack (Dorothy) Brown, Mrs. Zvi
(Sylvia) Gotesdiner and Mrs. Mor-
GOLDIE MATYAS, 24071 Rens- ris (Freda) Mandlebaum; seven
salaer, Oak Park, died June 12. grandchildren; three great-grand-
She leaves two daughters, Mrs. children.
Edward Mentzel and Mrs. Milton
* * *
Altholz; a sister, Mrs. Jim Palko-
EDSEL BENSTEIN of Toronto,
vitz, and three grandchildren.
died June 14. Survived by wife,
* * *
Ida; a son, Eli H. of Detroit; a
SALI ROSENBAUM, 16755 daughter, Mrs. Mervin (Victoria)
Woodingham. died June 9. Sur- Young of Toronto; and seven
vived by a son, Jack Rose; two grandchildren.
* * *
daughters. Mrs. Mary Barabas and
Mrs. Sarah N i e d e r m a n; nine
MAMIE COHEN. 3037 Monterey,
grandchildren; and nine great- died June 12. She leaves her hus-
grandchildren.
band, Louis; two daughters, Mrs.
* * *
Samuel Klegon and Mrs. Mark
BENJAMIN MISKIN, 13153 Bal- Cooper, and two grandchildren.
four, Huntington Woods, died June
* * *
11. Survived by w i f e, Minnie;
BENJAMIN G R 0 S' SMAN,
three daughters, Mrs. Eric (Bayla) Youngstown, Ohio, died June 6.
Spevak, Mrs. Harold (Sybil) Al- Survived by wife, Anna; three
bert, of N. Hollywood, Calif., and sons, Sam of Columbus. Aaron of
Mrs. Ronald (Flora) Castleman; Youngstown and Fred of Detroit;
one brother; two sisters; and six three daughters, Mrs. Max (Belle)
grandchildren.
Siegel of New York; Mrs. Max
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(Cell) of Ypsilanti and Mrs. Nate
BENJAMIN BLOCK, 17192 Mon- (Pauline) Meister of Youngstown;
ica, died June 12. He leaves his one brother, two sisters. 14 grand-
wife Sonia, two sons, Ronald and children and two great grantchil-
Marvin; a brother; and seven dren.
grandchildren.
* * *
CHARLOTTE FABIAN, 18291
Kentfield, died June 15. Survived
by a son, Charles.
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DAVID EBNER, 26701 Hunting-
During the coming
ton Woods, died June 17. He leaves
week Yeshiva Beth
his wife Rosalind; a son, Herbert;
Yehuda will observe
a daughter. Mrs. Irving (Sybil)
the Yahrzeit of the
Robinson: and three grandchildren.
following departed

WE REMEMBER
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friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

BESSIE ROCHLIN, 16359 Indi-
ana, died June 17. She leaves her
husband, Milton; two sons. Morris
and Rubin; a daughter, Mrs. Ada
Moiseev; three brothers, one sister
and 10 grandchildren.
* * *
SAMUEL SPINNER, 3345 Rich-
ton, died June 17. Survived by
four sons, Albert, Herman, Mer-
vin and Charles; two daughters,
Mrs. Rose Lover and Mrs. Ralph
(Edith) Cutler; one sister; 15
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.

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