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June 26, 1981 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 Friday, June 26, 1981

Women to Meet

- Beth ':Israel Sisterhood
will have an oneg Shabat
and book review 2:30 p.m.
Saturday in the home of
Zena Moss. "White Hotel"
will be reviewed.

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Frumeth Hirsh has been
elected treasurer of the
Women Lawyers Associa-
tion of Michigan.

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Family Shabat

Flint People
Make News

Cong. Beth Israel will
have a family Shabat serv-
ice 8 p.m. July 10. Songs and
discussion will be featured.

Audrey Lorber
585-7223 or 559-6022

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Information on the
whereabouts of Harold Kos-
toff, formerly of Flint, is
being sought by relatives in
Seattle, Wash. Persons who
have information should
call Sidell Sorscher, 629-
4442.

Boris Sagal

The death of film director s
Boris Sagal, 58, was re-
ported May 22. Sagal was
former Detroiter Bernard
Segal. He was a 1940
graduate of Central High
School and attended Wayne
University for a short time.
One of his most recent
films was the television
mini-series, "Masada."

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Flint's Temple Beth El
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Fishier and Reva Wexler
co-presidents at its recent
election meeting.
Other officers are: Jo Ab-
ramson, Judy Mallon and
Susan Wisnudel, vice
presidents; Dolores Rosen-
berg, Linda Roberts and
Diane Lindholm,
secretaries; Fay 'Alfred,
treasurer; and Blanche
Gordon, representative to
the temple board.

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Anna Eisenberg, a de-
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Yosef of Polonnoye, one of
the Baal Shem Tov's early
disciples, died June 14 at
age 85.
Born in Russia, Mrs.-
Eisenberg lived many years
in Detroit and resided i-
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time of her death. She diet
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Mrs. Eisenberg is sur-
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Dr. Harry T. Grossman,
an official with the U.S. De-
partment of Agriculture for
nearly 40 years, died June
21 at age 85.
Born in New York, Dr.
Grossman came to Detroit
60 years ago. He retired 30
years ago. He had served
with the Bureau of Animal
Industry-Meat Inspection.
Dr. Grossman was
graduated from Ohio State
University in 1917.
He is survived by his wife,
Laura; three sons, Samuel,
Joseph and Daniel; three
daughters,. Mrs. Harold
(Evelyn).Cantor, Mrs. Louis
(Rose) Rosenfeld and Mrs.
Paul F. (Zella) Daugherty; a
brother, Louis of Columbus,
Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Tessie
Schlonsky of Columbus; 13
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.

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Cross service, died of a heart
attack in Israel June 13 at
age 72, the American Red
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leaders of the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising 38 years
ago and a founder-member
of Kibutz Lohamei
Hagetatot, died last week.
He was 66.
Better known by his un-
derground fighter name of
"Antek," he took over com-
mand of the ghetto fighters
and managed to escape with
a handful of survivors to
continue their fight against
the Nazis in the forests.
After the war he helped
run the underground net-
work that transported
Jewish survivors to the
Mediterranean coast, where
they boarded ships for pre=
state Israel, in most cases
illegally.
Mr. Zuckerman dedi-
cated himself to the de-
velopment and operation
of a documentation cen-
ter on the Holocaust and
Jewish resistance con-
taining exhibitions relat-
ing to Nazi oppression,
the Warsaw Ghetto upris-
ing and concentration
camps.
He was a host to a large
group of participants in the
Holocaust survivors' con-
vention in Jerusalem.

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