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June 16, 1967 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-16

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Morris Zuroff Dies;
Was Active Detroiter

Morris Zuroff, owner of Zuroff
Furniture on Twelfth St. for more
than 45 years, died June 9 at age
80.
Mr. Zuroff was born in Russia
and came to Detroit in 1913. An
active Detroiter, he was life mem-
ber of the Jewish National Fund.
and held membership in Mizrachi
Organization, Odd Fellows Jerico
Lodge, Yeshiva Yehuda, Bani Da-
vid Congregation, Beth Tefilo
Emanual Tikvah, Turover Aid
Society, Hebrew Benevolent So-
ciety. Mozirer Aid Society, and
the United Age of Jerusalem.
He is survived by his wife, Rose;
a son, Sam; two grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

Monty Jacob, Official
of World Jewish Congress
in New York, Dead; Was 50
NEW YORK (JTA) — Monty
Jacobs, of the World Jewish Con-
gress here, died at his home after
a heart attack. A veteran both of
the British Air Force and of the
Israel Air Force, for which he
volunteered during Israel's 1948
War for Independence, Mr. Jacobs
was born 50 years ago in Scotland.
He was a widely-read columnist
in the Jerusalem Post, and later
became the American corre-
spondent for the London Chronicle,
leading Anglo-Jewish newspaper
of Great Britain. He served for a
time as press director and execu-
tive director of the World Jewish
Congress.

In Loving Memory of
Our Dear Mother and
Grandmother

LIBBY
ROSENBERG

who passed away eight
years ago, June 16, 1959
(11 days in Sivan). Her
beloved memory will al-
ways be our inspiration.
Sadly missed and always
remembered by her chil-
dren, Rose and Mitchell,
Max and Ann, Esther and
Dave, and grandchildren.

In Loving Memory of
"Our Dearest One"
Our Mother

FRANCES
(FANNY) ROTH
June 21, 1962

Today we light a candle
Our hearts still full of
tears,
Tis hard to believe the
lonely days
Have now become five
years.
Time has a way of healing,
Dear Mom, this may be
true —
Our lives have taken many
paths,
But, we have not forgotten
you.
So sleep in peace —
Our Darling,
You did not go alone,
Part of our hearts went
with you,
The day God called you
home.
Greatly missed and loved
by her children,
Robert Roth, Helene Ham-
mer, Shirley Greengood,
Geraldine (Jerry) Mil-
ler, and Joan Adler,

Nat Greene, 57

Gemara Wisdom

Nathaniel R. Greene, 57, founder
and former owner of Nat Greene
Inc., women's apparel store, 19147
Livernois, died June 14. He owned
the Expectation Shop in Birming-
ham.
Mr. Greene. 20728 Knob Woods
Dr., Southfield, was born in Eng-
land and was a 40 year resident
of Detroit. He was a member of
the Montefiore Lodge #12, Free
Sons of Israel and was founder
and past president of the Seven
Mile-Livernois Merchant's Associ-
ation.
Mr. Greene is survived by his
wife, Saralee; a son. Dr. James S.;
two daughters, Mrs. Melvin (Mar-
gie) Sachs and Mrs. Donald (Gael)
Forst of New York; a brother,
two sisters and three grandchildren.

Once a disciple of Rabbi Akiva
became ill and no one visited him.
Rabbi Akiva, however, entered the
sick man's room, arranged that it
be swept and cleaned, placed the
pillow in order, and the like. All
this assisted the recovery of the
disciple. He exclaimed, "0 Mas-
ter, thou has revived me."

When Rabbi Akiva departed, he
said: "Whosoever neglects to visit
a friendless, sick person is as if he
shed his blood." — Nedarim, 40a
A man should always be alert
in the fear (of God) — which
means giving the soft answer that
turns away wrath, increasing peace
with all men, even the heathen in
the street. so that he may be be-
loved above and on earth. — Bera-
kot, 17a
Flora Cole, Musician
He who has a claim for money
Flora P. Cole, 19373 Robson, upon his neighbor and knows that
a past president of the Music Study the latter is unable to pay, must
Club and the Detroit Chapter of not keep crossing his path. — Baba
Hadassah, died June 9.
Metzia, 75b
Mrs. Cole, born in Boston 75
Rabbi Baruka of Huza frequent-
years ago, was a graduate of the
ed the market of Lapet. One day
Boston Latin School and taught
Elijah appeared to him there, and
music. She came to Detroit 40
Rabbi Baruka asked him: "Is there
years ago.
among the people of this market
She is survived by her husband,
any one that is destined to share
Davis H.; and a sister Esther R.
in the World to Come?" Elijah re-
Prussian.
plied, "There is none." But then
two men appeared on the scene,
Irving Spiegel . Honored
and Elijah said to Rabbi Baruka,
in Scholarship Fund
"No, here are two who will share
NEW YORK (JTA) — Some 300 in the World to Come."
guests joined in honoring Irving
Rabbi Baruka then asked them,
Spiegel, who has covered Jewish "What is your occupation?" They
news for 25 years for the New said, "We are merry-makers.
York Times, at a dinner sponsored When we see a man who is down-
by Bnai Brith. They heard an an- cast, we cheer him up; also when
nouncement of creation of an Irv- we see two people quarreling, we
ing Spiegel Scholarship Fund for endeavor to make peace between
college students and teenagers to
On Gentiles
attend summer institutes in Israel
In a city where there are both
and the United States sponsored
by the Bnai Brith Youth Organ- Jews and Gentiles, the collectors
ization and the Hillel Founda- of alms collect both from Jews
tions. The fund will provide main- and Gentiles, and feed the poor of
both, visit the sick of both, bury
ly for travel exepnses.
both, comfort the mourners whe-
ther they be Jews or Gentiles, and
restore the lost goods of both —
T. J. Demai, 6:6
In Memory of Our
To cheat a Gentile is even worse
Beloved Husband
than cheating a Jew, for besides
and Father
being a violation of the moral law,
it brings Israel's religion into con-
HERMAN
tempt, and desecrates the name
MITNICK
of Israel's God. — Baba Kamma,
Who passed away July 19,
113b
1965. Sadly missed and al-
He who steals from a non-Jew
ways remembered by his
is bound to make restitution to the
wife, children and grand-
non-Jew; it is worse to steal from
children.
a non-Jew than to steal from an
Israelite because of the profana-
tion of the Name. — T. J. Baba
Kamma, 10:15
• *
Once the Roman Senate planned
In Loving Memory of
to adopt a law prohibiting the ob-
servance of the circumcision rite.
CHARLES DEITCH
Rabbi Reuben decided to outwit
Beloved husband and fa-
the oppressors, so he disguised
ther who passed away
himself
as a Roman, came before
June 11, 1966 (23 days in
the Senate, and said: "You hate
Sivan)
the Jews, yet you will enable them
We are sad within our
to become richer if you make them
memory,
labor seven days a week instead of
Lonely are our hearts to-
six."
So the Senate voted down the
day,
first prohibition.
For the one we loved so
Rabbi Reuben continued: "You
dearly
will- also keep them from weaken-
Has forever gone away.
ing
themselves if you forbid the
We think of him in
rite of circumcision." So this pro-
silence,
hibition,
too, was voted down. —
No eye may see us weep,
Megilla, 17a
But many silent tears are
shed
When others are asleep.
The years may wipe out
The Family of the Late
many things
But this they wipe out
JOSEPH D.
never—
SHIFFMAN
The memory of those
happy days—
Acknowledges with grate-
When we were all to-
ful appreciation the many
gether.
kind expressions of sym-
Your loving wife, Yetta,
pathy extended by rela-
and children Seymour,
tives and friends during
Lewis, Harr y, Morris,
the family's recent be-
Gladys and Esther.
reavement.

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OBITUARIES

NAT D. GOLD, 746 Collingwood,
died June 10. He leaves his wife,
Bette; two sons, Steven of Lansing
and James of Kalamazoo: three
brothers, and one sister. Interment
in Columbus.

CORNELA IlAYDU, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died June 10. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Anton (Helen)
Kaczander and Mrs. Joseph (Syl-
via) Meyers; nine ggrandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.

REGINA KAHAN, 11501 Petos-
key, died June 14. She leaves two
sons, Joseph and Oscar; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. David B. (Gretchen) Key-
well; one sister; five grand-
children and two great-grandchil-
dren.
• *
BENJAMIN H. KRELL of Chi-
cago, formerly of Detroit, died
June 8. He leaves two brothers,
Harry of Grand Rapids. and Leon;
and a sister Mrs. Elizabeth Krell
Schlafer. Interment in Detroit.
* *
LELA LOCKMAN, 13850 Cort-
land, Oak Park, died June 9. She
leaves two sons, Sam Lockman
and Harry Gordon; three daugh-
ters, Dorothy Lockman, Mrs. Abe
(Gertrude) Scherr, and Mrs. Ed
(Anne) Elias; five grandchildren,
and twelve great-grandchildren.

*

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., IN SOUTHFIELD

*

RUTH MARMON, 18000 St.
Marys, died June 14. Survived by
a son. Charles of N. Miami Beach:
and two grandchildren.
• * *
ABRAHAM M A TTLE R. 19153
Sussex. died June 9. He leaves his
wife, Regina: a son, Martin: two
daughters, Mrs. David (Alice)
Rosen, and Mrs. Sidney (Mary)
Morris; one sister; five grand-
children; and one great-grandchild.

MINNIE RADER, 23455 Plum-
brooke, Southfield, died June 10.
Survived by two sons, Philip and
Isaac of New York; a daughter.
Mrs. Joseph ( Bertha) Pervin of
Toledo; four grandchildren and
three great grandchildren.

ABRAHAM RUSINO W. died
June 12. Ile leaves a son. Dan;
three daughters, Mrs. Ralph (Flor-
ence) Dealing_ Mrs. Sylvia Lurie,
and Mrs. Woodrow ( lichen) Mor-
gan; one sister; eight grandchil-
dren; and three great-grandchil-
dren.

ROBERT SHAPIRO. 20220 Ap-
poline, died June 13. Ile leaves his
wife, Bessie; a son, Harold; two

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*

MOLLIE SINGER, 22001 Fern,
Oak Park, died June 12. Survived
by her husband. Hyman Max; two
sons , Lester and Frank: a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Frank (Anne) Selman;
two brothers, a sister and five
grandchildren.
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OSCAR SNYDER, 275 Merton
Rd., died June 13. He leaves his
wife, Edda; a son, Cyron, of San
Carlos, Calif.; a brother and three
grandchildren. Interment Chicago.
* .)
GOLDIE WARTOSKY, 19301
Evergreen, died June 10. She
leaves a son, Harvey Alan Warto-
sky; and brother, Raymond Stein-
berg.
• ) *
SHIRLEY WEINSTEIN (Schlus-
sel) of Phoenix, formerly of Utica,
N.Y. and Detroit, died June 9. She
leaves her husband, Yale, two
daughters, Janice and Ann; two
brothers; and three sisters. Inter-
ment in Detroit.

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Kaddish and study-
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