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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Segal Monument
Unveiling Slated

Herz! Gesang, 67
Argentine Zionist

Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue and the fam-
ily of its late spiritual
leader, Rabbi Jacob E.
Segal, will unveil a
monument in his memory
1:30 p.m. Sunday at Adat
Shalom Memorial Park,
Six Mile and Middlebelt
Rds., Livonia.
The memorial, the cre-
ation of the congregation
-ad the Segarfamily, is
:scribed with a quota-
-- tion from Rabbi Segal's
writings: "There is a high
and bold adventure in-
volved in having religious
faith, and human life
makes sense and is ulti-
mately worthwhile."
Rabbi Segal was re-
cently designated found-
ing rabbi of the
synagogue.
The community is in-
vited.

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
— Herzl Gesang, a lead-
ing Zionist, died here Oct.
12 at age 67. At the time of
his death he was the
vice president of DAIA.
He had been active in
the General Zionist
Movement (Liberal) and
was chairman of the
Argentine Liberal Fed-
eration and the Latin
American Liberal Con-
federation.
Born in Argentina-, his
father, Nathan Gesang,
had been a founder of the
Argentine Zionist Feder-
ation.

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OBITUARIES

ESTHER CHARNAS,
65, 18100 Dorset, South-
field, died Oct. 16. Sur-
vived by her mother, Mrs.
Fannie Charnas; and two
brothers, Dr. Sidney and
Dr. George.
* * *
BERNICE COLE, 41,
5230 S. Pebblecreek, West
Bloomfield, died Oct. 15.
Survived by her husband,
Donald; a son, Scott; two
daughters, Nancy and
Tracy; her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Max (Caroline)
Kwartowitz; a brother,
Dr. Jerome J. Kwar-
Rabbi Gewirtzman, towitz; and a sister, Mrs.
Gerald (Helen) Weinstein.
* * *
'Wonder Rebbe,' 94
MAURICE I. CORN-
BRUSSELS (JTA) —
FIELD, 81, died Oct.
Rabbi Moishe Yitzhak
Gewirtzman, better 20. He leaves his wife,
Sadie; three daughters,
known as "Reb Itzikel,"
died Oct. 3 in Antwerp at Mrs. Murray (Harriet)
Shubin, Mrs. Norman
- age 94.
Morris Zeldin, 86
The Russian-born rabbi (Audrey) Lacoff and Mrs.
UJA Organizer
who settled in Belgium in Larrie (Loretta) Glober-
NEW YORK (JTA) — 1956 was world-renowned son; a brother, Charles of
Morris A. Zeldin, one of as a "wonder rebbe," with Hallandale, Fla.; a sister,
the organizers of the Un- tens of thousands of dis- Mrs. Samuel (Anne)
ited Jewish Appeal of ciples throughout the Jacoby; eight grandchil-
dren and one great-
New York nearly four de- world.
cades ago and a Zionist
A descendent of Rabbi grandson.
pioneer, died Oct. 14 in Elimelech, Reb Itzikel
Long Beach Memorial taught in Antwerp for the Lawrence Peirez,
Hospital after a brief ill- last 20 years. The local
ness. He was 86.
community had built a Bnai Brith Official
A fund raiser for the special "court" for him
NEW YORK, Oct. 17
UJA since its start in and a temple had been (JTA) — Lawrence
1939, Mr. Zeldin was a na- erected by his followers Peirez, a vice president of
tive of Petrokov, Russia, throughout the world.
Bnai Brith and chairman
who came to the United
of the civil rights commit-
States in 1912.
tee of the Anti-
Bessie Cohen, 73
Defamation League, died
He was an associate of
Bessie (Betty) Cohen, of a heart attack Oct. 15 at
many national and inter-
national Jewish leaders, whose husband recently 61.
including Chaim Weiz- endowed a chair at the
He had been a national
mann whom he aided Weizmann Institute of commissioner of the ADL,
when Weizmann came to Science in Rehovot, Is- a member of the Bnai
the United States in 1927 rael, in his, hers and their Brith Board of Governors
to raise funds for the son's names, died Oct. 16 and chairman of the Bnai
at age 73.
Zionist movement.
Brith personnel policy
Mrs. Cohen, who re- committee.
sided at 16500 North Park
Bernard Sharkey
Dr., Southfield, leaves
Bernard H. Sharkey, a her husband, Harry; a Israel Office Gives
teacher in the Detroit son, - Malcolm; one Report on Scientists
Public Schools, died Oct. brother, six sisters, three
JERUSALEM (ZINS)
13 at age 65.
grandchildren and one
— A report made public
Born in New York, Mr. great-granddaughter.
by the Prime Minister's
Sharkey lived 60 years in
office states there are
Detroit. He taught in the Jeffrey Berger
now 43 scientists and en-
Detroit school system for
Jeffrey Berger, a scrap gineers for every 10,000 of-
18 years and retired in
June. He was a physics dealer associated with population, compared
teacher at Cass Technical Minkin Metal and Great with the United States
Lakes Smelting, died Oct. where the ratio is 42 per
High School.
10,000 inhabitants. Japan
He was a member of 15 at age 83.
A native Detroiter, Mr. is in third place with 32.
Cong. Bnai Moshe and
In the area of scientific
Marshall Lodge of Bnai Berger was an avid
Brith and was active in bridge player and life publications, the ratio for
efforts for the Detroit master. He also was an Israel is 13 per 10,000 in-
Science Center. Mr. avid golfer. He resided-at habitants, while for the
United States the figure
Sharkey resided at 13344 941 Merton Rd.
He leaves his wife, Lil- is somewhat under 10,
Elgin, Huntington
lian.
based on the same popu-
Woods.
lation quotient.
e leaves his wife, Viv- Seymour I. Davis
In Israel, 155 out of
; two sons, Joel of
Seymour I. Davis, a every 10,000 are now en-
sing and Philip of Los
sales consultant for ap- rolled in a university, the
ngeles, Calif.; a daugh-
parel manufacturers, same ratio as in Sweden.
ter, Mrs. Ronald (Han-
died Oct. 17 at age 55.
However, in the United
nah) Myerson of Tucson;
Born in Chicago, Ill., States the number is
three brothers, Arnold,
Mr. Davis lived 30 years more than twice that, i.e.,
Raymond and Leonard;
in Detroit. He was a 318. Based on the 'same
and three grandchildren.
member of Adat Shalom population quotient, the
Synagogue, the Jewish number of university
The Family
Welfare Federation, the students in Japan is 151;
of the Late
NAWCAS Sales Group in France 140 and in
and the Michigan Wo- Holland, 86.
NAOMI
men's Apparel Club.
The report also states
He leaves his wife, Bar- that in Israel 12 of every
TOBISMAN
bara (Bunny); two sons, 10,000 residents, age 20
Jeffrey of Archer, Fla., and over, receives the
Acknowledges with
and Marshall (Mickey); a means to acquire a mas-
grateful appreciation
daughter, Mrs. Steven ter's or doctor's degree.
the many kind expres-
(Judy) Metz; his mother, For the United States,
sions extended by re-
:Mrs. Maurice. (Lena) that figure is almost
latives and friends
Davis of Chicago; a twice as large (21), while
during the family's re-
'brother, Dr. Oscar of in Holland the compara-
cent bereavement.
Glencoe, Ill.; and three ble figure is 10, and in
grandchildren.
Norway nine.

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Friday, October 22, 1976 63

DR. ROBERT B.
EAGLE, 24, died Oct. 20.
He leaves his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Leo (Irene)
Eagle; two brothers, Ste-
ven of California and
James; two sisters, Mrs.
Stephen (Janet) Wilson of
California and Barbara;
his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Max (Ida) Eagle.
* * *
JULIUS J. FUNKE, 88,
died Oct. 20. He leaves a
brother, Oscar M. Ser-
vices 11 a.m. today at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.
* * *
BERTHA GREEN, 76,
4354 Stoney River Dr.,
Birmingham, died Oct. 16.
She leaves a son, Milton;
a brother, Bernie Ab-
rams; and two grandchil-
dren.
* * *
MORRIS J. GREEN-
BERG, 52, died Oct. 14. He
leaves his wife, Pearl; a
son, Frank R.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Gary F. (Sharel)
Persin; his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman (Re-
becca) Greenberg of
Miami Beach, Fla.; two
sisters, Mrs. Morris
(Rose) Richman and Mrs.
Harry (Shirley) Cohen of
Brooklyn, N.Y.; and three
grandchildren

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MORRIS SIPORIN, 68,
died Oct. 13. He leaves his
wife, Rose; a son, Samuel
S. of Los Angeles, Calif.; a
daughter, Mrs. Harold
(Evelyn) Goodman; a
brother, Srol Cyporyn of
Arizona; and three
grandchildren.
* * *
LILLIAN STEIN, 74,
22020 Coolidge, Oak Park,
died Oct. 19. Survived by
her husband, Abraham;
three sons, Ben, Sol and
Irving; a daughter, Mrs.
Sam (Madelyne) Kovan;
and four grandchildren.
* * *
DOROTHY WEIN-
BERG, 68, of New York,
N.Y., died Oct. 18. Sur-
vived by her husband,
David; two sons; two
brothers, including Ar-
thur Schussler of South-
field; four sisters and four
granddaughters. Inter-
ment New York.

IRENE S. WEISS, 59,
died Oct. 17. She leaves
her husband, Martin; a
daughter, Mrs. Lynne
Vinocur; two sisters, Mrs.
Bernard (Dorothy) Lin-
ton and Mrs. Belle Siegel
of N. Palm Beach, Fla.;
and two grandchildren.
* * *
SADIE WHITEMAN,
89, 25300 Lahser, South-
field, died Oct. 19. Sur-
vived by a son, Ernest;
two daughters, Mrs. Har-
vey (Sylvia) Glassman
and Mrs. Morie (Char-
lotte) Nelson; a sister,
Mrs. Lena Frank of Pro-
vidence, R.I.; six grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren.

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FREDA KASMER, 75,
died Oct. 20. She leaves a
son, Gerald P. of Castro
Valley, Calif.; a daughter,
Mrs. Nathan • (Shirley)
Greenberg; a sister, Mrs.
Sam (Anna) Cherry of
Tampa, Fla.; three
grandchildren and one
great-grandson.
* * *
BERTHA LACHMAN,
66, died Oct. 17. She
leaves her husband,
Harold; a daughter, Mrs.
Bernard- (Sandee)
Glieberman; a brother,
Irvin H. Yackness; a sis-
ter,-.Mrs. Thelma Polsky;
and two grandchildren.
* * *
LEWIS MAROFSKY,
65, 24761 Maryland,
Southfield, died Oct. 17.
Survived by his wife,
Dorothy; a son, Bernard;
two daughters, Lenore
and Adrienne; and two
sisters, Mrs. Joe (Helen)
Schriber and Mrs. Mur-
ray (Mary) Adler, both of
Hollywood, Calif.
* * *
JOSEPHINE MORRIS,
62, 15441 Park, Oak Park,
died Oct. 18. She leaves
her husband, Abraham; a
son, Milton; a brother,
David Lefko; and four
grandchildren.
* * *
ROSE MUROFF, 78,
29110 Ramblewood, Far-
mington Hills, died Oct.
20. Survived by a son, Wil-
liam; a daughter, Mrs.
Samuel (Edith) Moss; a
brother, Meyer Millman;
three sisters, Mrs. Bella
Rimer of Beverly Hills,
Calif., Mrs. Sam (Lillian)
Belkin and Mrs. Max
(Gladys) Moiseev of
Huntsville, Ala.; and five
grandchildren.
'* * *
JACOB RICHMAN, 92,
died. Oct. 18. He leaves
three sons, Jack Borsand,
Morris Richman and Isa-
dore Richman; seven
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.

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