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November 27, 1981 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-27

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INN IETWOMJEWISH NEWS

Rabbi Jacob Hoberman, Pioneer in Aliya,
Volunteer Organizer for Religious Institutions

Gershwin Kin

NEW YORK — Arthur
Gershwin, brother of lyri-
cist Ira and composer
George Gershwin and a
composer in his own right,
died Nov. 20 at age 81.

God taketh account of all
things.

Rabbi Jacob Hoberman,
who had a merited role as a
volunteer worker and or-
ganizer of supporting
groups for Israeli religious

institutions, died Nov. 18.
Rabbi Hoberman was
more than the dedicated
worker for Israel causes. He
was among the first from

this area to go on aliya, set-
tling in Israel some 12 years
ago.
He offered his services to
religious institutions, not
only as the volunteer but
often financing .the ex-
penses of such campaigns.

A resident of Bnei
Brak, Israel, at the time of
his death, Rabbi Hober-
man was the rabbi of the
Fisher Street synagogue,

THE JEWISH NEWS

In Istael, Rabbi Hober-
man devoted his life to the
General Israel Orphan
Home and to the United
Aged Home in Jerusalem.
He else supported other

Beth Yitzchok, on the
east side of Detroit. In
addition to his rabbinical
duties, Rabbi Hoberman
also taught Hebrew.
Following his retirement
from Beth Yitzchok, Rabbi
Hoberman continued teach-
ing Hebrew from his home.
While in Detroit he was a
member of the Young Israel
congregations and other
communal organizations.

philanthropies in Israel.
Rabbi Hoberman is sur-
vived by a - brother-in-law,
Irving Mudrick of Oak
Park; a sister-in-law, Anna
Hoberman of Oak Park; and
nieces and nephews.

Harvey Goldman Dies at 77



Harvey H. Goldman, president of Sinai Hospital
founder and president of and chairman of the long-
Machinery Finance Corp. range planning committee
and Flexo - Plan Corp., died for the hospital.
He was a former board
Nov. 18 at age 77.
A native Detroiter, Mr. member of Temple Beth El
Goldman was the president and Franklin Hills Country
of the Michigan Association Club.
During World War H,
of Machinery Dealers,
Mr. Goldman was a
chairman of the Machine
member of the U.S. Gov-
Dealers National Associa-
ernment Machine Tool
tion's government affairs
committee and was named
"man of the year" by the
MDNA. He was the founder
and past president of the
MDNA. Abraham Eliowitz, a
teacher and coach in the De-
He was a board member of
the Jewish Children's troit Public Schools, died
Home, founder and first Nov. 19 at age 71.

Industry Advisory Com-
mission and the machine
tool builders committee.

Mr. Goldman was among
the early presidents of the
Detroit Chapter of the
American Society for
Technion.
He leaves his wife, Ethel;
a daughter, Lois; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Charles (Irene)
Stern Briskman. '

Coach Abe Eliowitz Dies, 71

Born in New York City,
president of the Jewish
Vocational Service and past Mr. Eliowitz was graduated
president, vice president from Michigan State Uni-
and chairman of the build- versity in 1933. He was an
ing committee of the Jewish All-American in football
and played professional
Community Center.
He was the past vice football with the Ottawa
Roughriders and the
president of the Jewish
Montreal' Alouettes.
Welfare Federation and a
Mr. Eliowitz was in-
member of its capital
stalled in the Canadian
needs committee. He also
Football Hall of Fame in
was co-chairman of the
Hamilton, Ontario.
Allied Jewish Campaign
He taught Rhysical
for the past two years.
Mr. Goldman was a vice education in the Detroit

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schools for 31 years. Mr.
Eliowitz coached at
Denby High School and
his team won the city
championship. He later
coached football,
baseball and cross coun-
try at Cooley and Red-
ford High Schools, his
teams winning several
city championships.
He leaves a son, Samuel;
two daughters, Mrs.
Jonathan (Susan) Hoover of
Jackson and Mrs. Leslie
(Linda) Gorback; a bi--other,
"Shy" Ellison of Santa
Monica, Calif.; and six
grandchildren.

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It is traditional to sing
Zemirot (Sabbath songs) at
the table during the Sab-
bath meal.
On the Sabbath one is
supposed to experience de-
light. Singing, of course,
produces such delight and
makes the Sabbath meal a
delightful experience. Some
however, offer a more
sophisticated reason.
The. Jewish table, espe-
cially on the Sabbath where
there is more leisure time;
was supposed to be a place
for intellectual discussion,
especially for Jewish learn-
ing. The problem then arose
that many people might not
have the intellectual back-
ground to be able to partici-
pate in such an experience.
For this reason poetry
and..prose were written and
appropriate melodies were
composed to fit these words.
The content of the words
was comprised of intellec-
tual ideas. If a person does
not have the intellectual
capacity to understand the
depth of thought involved in
the literary content he can
at least join in the melodi-
ous singing of the wor4 and
thus fulfill the requirement
of expressing some intellec,
tual content.

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