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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-20

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Friday, March 20, 1981 71

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Former ORT Director-Gen.
Jacob Oleiski Dies at 80

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Jacob
Oleiski, a veteran of more
than 50 years with ORT, the
Organization for Rehabili-

Monument
Unveilings

Unveiling announcements
be inserted by mail or by
g The Jewish News, 17515
ine Mile, Suite 865, South-
field, Mich. 48075. 424-8833. Writ-
ten announcements must be ac-
companied by the name and ad-
dress of the person making the
insertions. There is a standing
charge of $7.50 for an unveiling
notice measuring an inch in
, depth, and $12.50 for a notice two
inches deep with a black border.

The family of the late Be-
ssie Kolar announces the
unveiling of the monument
in her memory 11 a.m. Sun-
day, March 29, at Shaar
Hashomayim Cemetery,
Windsor. Rabbi Ira
Grussgott will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

WE REMEMBEF

During the coming
week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the Yahr-
zeits of the follow-
ing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-

rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnavos.

-

ADAR II MAR.
16 22
ID DAMRAUER
16 22
LEON GREENBERG
16 22
BESSIE KATZ
HARRY LEVIN
16 22
ANN RUBENFAER
16 22
16 22
JOSEPH ZUCKER
SARAH EIZEN
17 23
MINNIE KAPLAN
17 23
17 23
LOUIS KASOFF
17 23
ISAAC LEVINE
SHABSE Y. LIPSCHUTZ
17 23
17 23
CHARLES SOLOMON
18 24
DAVID APPLEBAUM
18 24
SAMUEL BEZNOS
18 24
HEDWIG GREENBAUM
18 24
SARAH LYONS
18 24
JACOB NAGLER
18 24
ABE NUSBAUM
24
18
LOUIS PELAVIN
18 24
GERTRUDE SCHWARTZ
19 25
CHARLES DRESCHER
19 25
ELLIS FRIEDMAN
19 25
REBECCA KATZER
19 25
RACHEL SCHERR
19 25
JACK H. SCHEY
EVA SHLAKMAN'
19 25
IRVING LAWRENCE STERN 19 25
19 25
JULIUS WASSERMAN
19 25
MEYER WEISBERG
20 26
BESSIE BASKIN
20 26
ANNE COOPER
20 26
EMANUEL DANZIG
20 26
S_ADIE DELIN
20 26
'ER JACOBSON
20 26
tHAM M. KREPLAK
20 26
KA I E PITKOWSKY
20.26
SARAH ROTMAN
WILLIAM SCHWARTZMAN 20 26
20 26
SAMUEL WIERNIK
20 26
KATIE ZAMLER
21 27
FAIVEL APPLEBAUM
21 27
LILLIAN BLUESTEIN
21 27
JACOB CHABEN
21 27
ANNA CHAUSKY
21 27
HYMAN LERNER
21 27
LEAH MENUCK
21 27
MILLIE PHILIP
21 27
SYLVIA SILVERSTEIN
22 28
LOUIS BARSKY
22 '28
SOPHIA BRAGMAN
22 28
ABRAHAM DUBRINSKY
22 28
CLARA EISENSTEIN
LOUIS HONIFMAN
22 28
SARAH KARBAL
22 28
FANNIE KATZ
22 28
PEARL KELLER
22 28
22 28
ABRAM MARTIN
DORA NORBER
22 28
ROY RADNER
22 28
NATHAN SHECTER
22 28
TILLIE SHKOLNICK
22 28
EDWARD STARK
22 28
SADIE TZEVINE
22 28

Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
557-6750
Southfield

tation Through Training,
died March 13 at age 80.
He had been director gen-
eral of ORT in Israel from
1950 until his retirement in
1966 during which he was
in charge of its network of
vocational schools in the
country, many of which he
founded.
Mr. Oleiski was born in
Lithuania and was edu-
cated at the University of
Kaunas in Lithuania and
the University of Halle in
Germany as a chemist and
agronomist. ,
His association with
ORT began in 1925 in
Kaunas where he served
as principal of a voca-
tional high school. He
survived the Soviet and
Nazi occupations_ of his
native country during
World War II, including a
period in 1944 as an in-
mate of Auschwitz.

Mr. Oleiski was ap-
pointed director of ORT ac-
tivities in displaced persons
camps in the American-
occupied zone of Germany
immediately after the war
and immigrated to Israel in
1948. He became principal
of the ORT school in
Jerusalem the following
year and was named direc-
tor general of ORT in 1950.

Passion is the friend of
prejudice, not reason.

Ex-Jerusalem Post Editor Lea Ben Dor Is Dead at 68

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Lea Ben Dor, a former
editor of the Jerusalem Post
whose relatively hawkish
views and acerbic commen-
tary on events in the Knes-
set were widely respected,
though not always shared
by her colleagues, died last
week at age 68.
She was associated with
Israel's secret service dur-
ing the early years of state-
hood and at one point took a
three-year leave of absence
from the Post to work in the
prime minister's office.
Mrs. Ben Dor was the
daughter of George Hal-
pern, a prominent Zionist
from Germany who was one
of the founders of the Bank
Leumi and the Migdal Mi-
nyan Insurance Co. She
often recounted to friends
her memories of visits to her
father's home by Chaim
Weizmann, the first
president of Israel, and
other Zionist leaders.
She was educated at
Roedean, a prestigious
girls school in England,
and at Cambridge and
London universities. She
joined the Palestine Post,
as the newspaper was
known before 1948, in the
middle 1930s and took
leave during World War
II to serve with the
British Army in Egypt.
During the 1950s and
1960s her influence was
strongly felt at the Post. She
and then-editor Ted Lurie

The Officers and Board of the Jewish National Fund mourn
the passing of Rose Zuckerman, beloved mother of Paul Zuc-
kerman, a past JNF honoree, a member of the JNF Board of
Directors, and chairman of the JNF National Committee for the
Hubert H. Humphrey Parkway in Israel. Rose Zuckerman was
a multi-faceted communal leader who labored tirelessly and
successfully on behalf of her people, her country and of Israel.
She was a founder of the original Ladies Auxiliary of JNF. Her
brilliant career was a source of inspiration to her son Paul, and
to her other children and grandchildren.
, Her achievements will not soon be forgotten.
We express our condolences to her family who were pro-
foundly enriched by her life and her attainments.

Rabbi William Berkowitz, President
Dr. Samuel-I. Cohen, Ex. Vice President
Jewish National Fund of America
Ruben H. Isaacs, President—Metro Detroit JNF
Shirley (Mrs. Jules) Kraft—President Women of JNF
Faye (Mrs. Edward) Menczer—President of Young Women of JNF
Percy Kaplan, Executive Director

IN MEMORIAM

The HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (Chesed Shel Emes)
remembers their departed Board Members, whose Yorseit is
observed in the month of Adar

DAVID BOLTON

ABRAHAM PAULL

7th of Adar
March 12th

11th of Adar
March 16th

MAURICE LEVIN

NATHAN P. ROSSEN

11th of Adar
March 16th

11th of Adar
March 16th

SAMUEL LIBERSON

MEYER WEISBERG

11th of Adar
March 16th

19th of Adar
March 24th

SAMUEL FRIEDMAN

(1st VICE PRESIDENT)
25th of Adar
March 30th

ThEIRA KAU

Directors of Funerals

were strongly pro-Ben Gur-
ion and saw to it that the
views of , Israel's first pre-
mier shaped the "line" of the
paper.
Her often sharply worded
column on doings in parli-
ament became an institu-
tion on Israel's political
scene.
Mrs. Ben Dor remained a
hawk and a staunch ad-

mirer of former Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan
after the Yom Kippur War
when many of her Post col-
leagues held different out-
looks.
The clash • of views be-
came serious when Mrs.
Ben Dor assumed editor-
ship of the Post after
Lurie died in 197.4.
But chronic asthma and

Teacher Applebaum Dies

M. Lawrence Applebaum,
an electronics teacher at
Cass Technical High school
for 21 years, died March 17
at age 65.
Born in Toronto, Ont.,
Mr. Applebaum was a de-
partment head at Cass Tech
and taught in the Detroit
school system for 31 years.
He retired three years ago.
After his retirement he
volunteered his time and
services to repair "talking
books" for the blind. He was
a Scout leader at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek for many
years. He was a member of
the Detroit Amateur Radio
Association, a board
member of the American
Society for Technion and a
member of the Detroit Met-

Arabs Buying
Over Border

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israel Army Radib recently
reported that millions of
dollars worth of Israeli
goods are being sold
through south Lebanon and
finding their way into the
Lebanese and Syrian mar-
kets.
The sales include two mil-
lion bottles of Israeli beer
that was recently sold to
Syria.
On the illegal side, how-
ever, the radio report said
millions of dollars worth of
stolen _television sets have
also been sold to Arab
buyers.

ropolitan Area Physics
Teachers Association.
He was one of the foun-
ders of the Chamber
Music Workshop and
held the presidency for
six years. He was a
member of the board of
directors of the Detroit
Astronomical Society
and coordinated eclipse
expeditions to Florida
and Prince Edward Is-
land.
He leaves his wife,
Frieda; a son, Edward of
Glencoe, Ill.; a daughter,
Mrs. Jerry (Lois) Beznos; a
brother, Maurice of Los
Angeles, Calif.; a sister,
Mrs. Morris (Lillian) Gros-
berg of Van Nuys, Calif.;
and three grandchildren.

impatience with adminis-
trative duties, rather than
political differences, cut
short her tenure on the
newspaper. She retired
after less than two years but
remained a member of the
Post's board of directors.

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DETROIT
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The Family
of the Late

JEANETTE
(JACKIE)
COHEN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

In Memory Of

ANN
ROTH

March 19, 1972
No words can ever
express how much you
were loved and how
much you are missed by
your children, Allan
Roth; Sandy and Ivan
Collins; and grand-
daughters, Marla and
Eden.

FORESTS

that bear your name

Long after you have gone, forests in Israel
renewing themselves in the cycle of sea-
sons, will keep your memory ever green.
When making your Will, provide that a
forest in Israel be planted in your name or
in that of someone dear to you, handing
down your last wish from generation to
generation.

A bequest to the J.N.F. is a bequest to the
entire Jewish people, linking the name
of the Testator with Israel in perpetuity.

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