THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, December 27, 1968-31
Morris Weinberg, Founder-Publisher
of Yiddish Paper, The Day, Dead at 93
NEW YORK (JTA) — Morris
Weinberg, founder and publisher
of The Day-Jewish Journal, Yid-
dish-language daily, died Dec. 20
in Palm Beach at age 93. He
maintained an active interest in
the operation of the newspaper
until his death.
Mr. Weinberg established The
Day as a Zionist-oriented news-
paper in 1914 and to further the
cause of Yiddish culture, in which
he was deeply interested. He re-
tired from ownership and man-
agement of the paper in 1923 but
returned to the helm when the
paper was in difficulties in 1941.
In 1953, the Jewish Morning
Journal was merged with The
Day. Active his entire life in the
Zionist movement, Mr. Weinberg
was an honorary vice president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica; treasurer for many years of
the ZOA; attended many of the
World Zionist Congresses and na-
tional ZOA conventions; and visit-
ed Israel frequently.
Mrs. Elsie Katz, wife and
Children of the Late
JOSEPH M. KATZ
Announce the unveiling of
a monument in his mem-
ory noon Sunday, Dec. 29,
at Beth Tefilo Emanuel
Cemetery. Rabbi Levin
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
SARAH CHARTOU, 11430 W. Mrs. Lillian Nolan, both of South
Dora Rubin Weinberg; three chil-
dren, Mrs. Ruth Jacobs, wife of Outer Drive, died Dec. 20. No San Francisco; one brother, one
sister and one grandchild.
Arthur L. Jacobs, general man- survivors.
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JACK POMERANZ, former De-
SARAH EINHORN, 11501 Petos-
key, died Dec. 25. Survived by two troiter of Los Angeles, died Dec.
sons, Joseph of Los Angeles and 2. Survived by his wife, Sondra;
Lawrence; two daughters, Mrs. two daughters, Mr s . Edward
Paul (Olga) Hirsch and Mrs. Max (Alice) Brand and June: a brother,
(Rose) Gittelman; four grandchil- Aaron of Detroit; and three grand-
dren and four great-grandchildren. children. Interment Los Angeles.
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MAYER PRICE, 15350 Miller,
ESTHER ELLER, 264 Ottawa,
Pontiac, died Dec. 24. She leaves Oak Park, died Dec. 24. Survived
her husband, Sol; two sons, Martin by his wife, Bessie; and two daugh-
and Melvin of Harrisburg, Pa.; ters, Mrs. Frank (Pearl) Manche'
a daughter, Mrs. Harold (Chariot- and Mrs. Robert (Lillian) Glick-
ta) Chapman; and eight grandchil- man of Tarzana, Calif.
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ISADORE ROSENBERG, 24621
DOROTHY ELLIS, 18285 Wash- Radclift, died Dec. 21. Survived by
burn, died Dec. 24. Survived by her two sons, Samuel and Allen; two
husband, Max; three sons, Dr. Har- daughters, Mrs. Harry (Sarah)
vey, Burton and Mark; three Rosenblatt and Mrs. Manuel (Eva)
brothers and four sisters.
Rott; nine grandchildren and one
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IRWIN FRIEDMAN, 51 Seward,
YETTA SAKS, 17758 Alta Vista,
ager of The Day-Jewish • Journal; died Dec. 25. Survived by a cousin,
Southfield, died Dec. 24. She leaves
Mrs. Solomon Buchiler; and Good-
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a son, David; a daughter, Mrs. Jay
win G., vice president of the com-
(Rickel) Shumaker of Atlanta; one
pany owning the newspaper; three
20820 W. Nine Mile, Southfield,
grandchildren and five great- died Dec. 24. Survived by her par- brother and three sisters.
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ents, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Good-
ALLEN SHAPIRO, 119 Fisher,
man; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. died Dec, 20. Survived by his wife,
Isaac Goodman and Mr. and Mrs. Ruth.
Jacob Goldman; two brothers,
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Theodore (Ted) Moss, catering Henry and Steve; and a sister,
JOSEPH SNITMAN, 25070 W.
manager at the Raleigh . House, Julie.
Eight Mile, Southfield, died Dec.
died Wednesday at age 52.
24. He leaves two sons, Harry of
Mr. Moss, who had been with
MORRIS GROSS, 11501 Petos-
Calvert Catering prior to Raleigh key, died Dec. 24. Survived by Los Angeles and Samuel of Bev-
House, was a native Detroiter. He two sons, Harold and Stanford; one erly Hills; five daughters, Bertha,
Mrs. Morton (Rosalyn) Meklir of
resided at 18024 Fairfield.
sister and four grandchildren.
Cherry Hill, N.J., Mrs. Abraham
Surviving are his wife, Janet;
(Jeanne) Eizelman, Mrs. Manuel
two sons, Ronald and Richard; a
BENJAMIN KASSELMAN, for- (Doris) Feldman and Mrs. Jack
daughter, Karen; his mother, Mrs. mer Detroiter of Los Angeles, died
Sarah Jalan; a brother, Milton B.; Dec. 13. He leaves his wife, Minnie; (Fritzi) Darval of W. Covina,
and three grandchildren.
three daughters, Mrs. Albert (Dor-
othy) Kaliff, Mrs. Dave (Ida)
Stein and Mrs. Ann Dorf; and four
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
grandchildren. Interment Los
661 E. a MILE, FERNDALE
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
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Cemeteries on Woodward
SONIA KRAMER 11501 Petoskey,
died Dec. 22. She leaves a son,
Peter of Arlington, Va.; three
daughters, Mrs. Ben (Fanny)
Press, Mrs. Harry (Irene) Morris
and Mrs. Gerald (Edith) Simon of
Cincinnati; three brothers, seven
grandchildren and three great-
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ANNA LAZARUS of Traverse
City, died Dec. 23. She leaves her
husband, Maynard; a son, David of
Detroit; two daughters, Mrs.
Michael (Helene) Tinn of Detroit
and Mrs. Boyce (Adele) Lucas of
Whitehall, Mich.; one brother and
10 grandchildren. Interment Tra-
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MORRIS L. LEWIS, 20557 Stout,
died Dec. 20. Survived by his wife,
Anna; two daughters, Ruth and
Ted Moss, Caterer
THE DETROIT ISRAEL
If a death
expresses profound grief at the
loss of its great friend and
May his memory be a blessing!
Sidney A. Deitch & Son
LOUIS E. LEVITAN
MRS. MORRIS L. SCHAVER
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
Between Coolidge & Greenfield
399.2711, eve. EL 3-2722
The National Officers and Staff of The
Israel Bond Organization mourn the passing of
a dedicated champion of Israel and an outstand-
ing supporter of the national effort on behalf of
Israel's economic independence and security.
DR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ
A telephone call to us
gives you the assurance
that a man you know is
We can make the desired
of where a death occurs.
IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL
18325 W. Nine Mile Rd.
Ira and Herbert Kaufman
Calif.; 10 grandchildren and two
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SAUL STEINBERG, 19808 St.
Marys, died Dec. 20. Survived by
his wife, Florence; a son, Leonard;
and two brothers.
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ESTHER STOLOROW of South
Bend, Ind., died Dec. 19. She leaves
her husband, Benjamin; three sons,
Samuel, Aaron of Grand Rapids
and Sol of Jackson; one brother,
seven grandchildren and six great-
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HARRY WEINER, 602 Fairway,
Royal Oak, died Dec. 23. He leaves
his wife, Frances; two sons, Wil-
liam and Harry; a daughter, Mrs.
Robert (Jacqueline) Braidwood;
and five grandchildren.
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DR. RAYMOND ZBICK of Chic-
ago died Dec. 11. He leaves his
wife, Joan; his father, Abraham J.
of Detroit; and a sister, Evelyn of
Detroit. Interment Chicago.
Arthur Campbell, 68;
Arthur R. Campbell, retired con-
troller for Mac-O-Lac Paint Co.,
died Tuesday at age 68.
Mr. Campbell, 25617 Greenfield,
Smithfield, was a member of Tem-
ple Beth El, its men's club and
cemetery board, as well as Per-
fection Lodge of the Masons. He
was a native of Stamford, Conn.
Surviving are his wife, Dorothy;
and a son, Mark.
i WE REMEMBER
111- 0TX Mt(
During the coming
week Yeshiva Bath
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
friends, with the
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.
Edith Lewis Marx
Hyman R. Cohen
Menachem M. Cohen
Rachel pe ng
Jacob Kopel Palman
Samuel B. Kempner
Arthur M. Glaser
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
15751 W. 101/2 ML Southfield
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