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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 26, 1984

OBITUARIES

95

Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

SARAH CHUDNOW, 80, of Oak
Park, died Oct. 20. Survived by
four sons, Harry, Meyer, Saul and
Herman; a brother, Sam
Kleiman; a sister, Mrs. Betty
Friedman; and 10 grandchildren.

GENESHE CUPRIK, 103, of
Kibbutz Ein Carmel, Israel, died
Oct. 18. Survived by two sisters,
Bessie Davidson of Southfield and
Edith LaZebnik of Jackson; nieces
and nephews.

KATHERINE GORBACK, 83,
former Detroiter of Chicago, Ill.,
died Oct. 12. Survived by a daugh-

ter, Mrs. Jack (Rosalie) Marks of
Chicago; three brothers, Benja-
min, Bill and Manuel, all of To-
ronto, Ont.; two sisters, Mrs. Mor-
ton (Yetta) Gladman of Toronto
and Mrs. Louis (Bertha) Suhd of
Southfield; and three grand-
children. Interment Chicago.

ROSE GOREN, 75, died Oct. 22.
She leaves her husband, Sam; a
daughter, Brenda Cohen; a
brother, Sam Weisman; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Esther Kinsel of
Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Sol (Tillie) Mil-
ler of Miami Beach, Fla., and Mrs.

Cantor Sonenklar memorialized
for communal, Zionist leadership

Cantor Sonenklar •

Tributes to the memory of Can-
tor Jacob H. Sonenklar, who died
Oct. 19 at age 91, link the national
recognition he attained as a
synagogue singer with his Zionist
loyalties and close affiliation with
educational movements.

Maurice Jacobs,
- publisher, dies

Philadelphia — Maurice
Jacobs, chairman of Maurice
Jacobs PubliShers, Inc., is dead at
age 87.
Mr. Jacobs, who was renowned
in the field of Jewish publishing
and in the Reform movement, was
a vice president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
and was executive vice president
of the Jewish Publication Society
from 1936 to 1950.
Among the causes with which
he allied himself were: Brandeis
University, the Jewish Education
Service of North America, Inc.,
YIVO Institute for Jewish Re-
search, World Union for Progress-
ive Judaism and the JWB.

NEWS

Herzog visits Bahais

Tel Aviv (JTA) — President
Chaim Herzog paid an official
visit to the Bahai Temple and ad-
ministrative headquarters of the
Bahai faith in Haifa, expressing
his solidarity with the members of
that faith persecuted in Iran.

In the early decades of activities
of the Detroit District of the
Zionist Organization of America,
his associates recall his top role in
behalf of both the fund-raising
functions-of the Keren Hayesod as
well as the membership
enrollments in which he was an
organizing leader. In support of
these efforts, he became known as
the singing Zionist who applied
musical scores to the ideological
appeals for the movement.
At the same time, he gave much
of his other spare time to member-
ship enrollment in the United
Hebrew Schools and was among
the most dedicated advocates of
priorities for Jewish educational
efforts.
In support of these causes, he
joined with leading Zionists, in
the 1930s and 1940s, in sponsor-
ing home singing groups, all with
the aim of advancing the Zionist
cause and Hebrew education.
Born in Austria, Cantor
Sonenklar began studying canto-
rial music in Tarnopol, Poland, at
age 8. He studied voice and music
at the Vienna Conservatory.
Cantor Sonenklar came to
Chicago in 1922 and served as
cantor for Cong. Anshe Emeth
until 1932. He came to Cong.
Shaarey Zedek in 1932 and served
until 1969, when he was named
cantor emeritus.
He leaves children, Jerome
Sonenklar, Sol Sonenklar, Mrs.
Robert (Claire) Tucker of Florida,
Mrs. Ozzie (Charlotte) Simmons
of New Jersey, Jerome Friedman,
Mrs. Myron (Celia) Bakst; 18
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.

Donald (Lillian) Hirschfield; and
two grandchildren.

(FAGENSON)
BERTHA
GORNBEIN, 84, of Oak Park,
died Oct. 21. Survived by three
sons, Albert Fagenson, William
Fagenson and Abraham Fagen-
son; eight grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.

MARCIA KAHN, 57, of Hun-
tington Woods, died Oct. 18. Sur-
vived by three sons, Richard of
Grayling, Mich., Neil and Barry;
a daughter, Mrs. Kedar (Ellen)
Joshi of Milford; her mother, Mrs.
Edna Lipowicz; two brothers, Dr.
Murray G. Kling and Sidney
Kling of Hudson, Mich.; a sister;
Mrs. Joseph (Selma) Racklin; and
five grandchildren.

PEARL KLEIFF, 75, of South-
field, died Oct. 24. Survived by a
son, Dr. Gilbert; a daughter, Mrs.
Harvey (Joan) Brown; a sister,
Mrs. Phillip (Gertrude) Lichten-
berg of Kansas City, Mo.; ten
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren. Services 11:30
a.m. today at Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

RALPH KLEINSMITH, 81,
died Oct. 18. He leaves a son,
Lewis; two sisters, Mrs. Arthur
(Mabel) Gottesman and Mrs. Ed-
mund (Rae) Saperston; and two
grandchildren.

HARRY KOGAN, 81, died Oct.
18. He leaves his wife, Helen; a
son, Aaron; a daughter, Mrs.
Marvin (Sara) Hoffman; -a
brother, Julius of Mexico City;
and six grandchildren.

BESSIE MOERMAN, 85, of Oak
Park, died Oct. 20. Survived by a
son, Rabbi Solomon of Cleveland
Heights, Ohio; a daughter, Mrs.
Eugene (Mary) Goldberg; a
brother, Dave Cohen of Los
Angeles, Calif.; nine grand-
children and 19 great-grand- -
children.

CLARA NACHTAJLER,
former Detroiter of Amherst,
Mass., died Oct. 21. Survived by
her husband, Mordko; a daughter,
Dr. Greta Slobin of Amherst; and
one granddaughter. Interment
Amherst.

SHIRLEY (GROSSMAN)
PLEASE, 76, of Southfield, died
Oct. 22. Survived by two daugh-

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and
three great-grandchildren.

IRVING E. POMISH, 63, of
Southfield, died Oct. 14. Survived
by his wife, Jeanette; a son, Craig;
two daughters, Mrs. John (Lisa)
Bellaver and Mrs. Geoffrey (Mor-
rine) Silverman; his mother,
Esther Pomish; a brother,
Seymour; a sister, Gertrude; and
three grandchildren.

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NORMAN ROSS died Oct. 18.
He leaves two sisters, Mrs. Morris
(Gladys) Watus of Hallandale,
Fla., and Mrs. Nathan (Elsa)
Keyser of Maryland.

JAMES H. SAPERSTEIN died
Oct. 18. He leaves his wife, Kat-
hryn; a daughter, Mrs. Allen
(Geraldine) Cherney; a son,
Bruce; two brothers, George and
Ben; two sisters, Mrs. Irving
(Rose) Kotin and Mrs. Morris
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and one great-granddaughter.

CONNIE ILENE SILL, 26, died
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and a sister, Mrs. Robert (Pamela)
Wolfson.

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