Friday, December 28, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
In Memory Of
In Memory Of
Engineer Phillip Eisenberg dies
Former Detroiter Philip
Eisenberg, founder, president,
chief executive officer and chair-
man of the board of Hydronautics,
Inc., died Dec. 16 at age 65.
A resident of Bethesda, Md., at
the time of his death, Mr. Eisen-
berg was born in Detroit and edu-
cated at Central High School. He
Betty Weisenthal, a charter
member of Zedakah Club, died
Dec. 20 at age 80.
Born in Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Wei-
senthal was a member of Hadas-
sah and taught Braille transcrip-
tion as a volunteer.
She leaves a son, Lee Avery;
two daughters, Mrs. Arthur (Shir-
ley) Goodman and Mrs. Daniel
-(Mona) Rappaport; a brother,
Morrie Hoffman of Chicago; two
sisters, Mrs. Eugene (Mollie)
Moss and Mrs. Jack (Dorothy)
Fisher, both of Chicago; seven
grandchildren and two great-
Nathan J. Wrubel, a certified
public accountant, died Dec. 20 at
Born in Pennsylvania, Mr.
Wrubel was graduated from the
University of Detroit. He was a
member of Cong. Beth Achim and
its men's club, the Accountants
Guild, Mosaic Lodge of the Ma-
sons, Crescent Shrine, Jewish
War Veterans and was active in
efforts for the Allied Jewish Cam-
He also held membership in the
Michigan Association of CPAs
and American Institute of CPAs.
He leaves his wife, Rose; a son,
David of New York; and a daugh-
ter, Faye of Chicago, Ill.
John Frazer, treasurer and
office manager of Carhartt Over-
all Co., died Dec. 19 at age 92.
Born in Hartford, Conn., he was
a 60-year member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, former treasurer
of the Shaarey Zedek men's club
and sang in the men's club choir.
He also was a member of Perfec-
tion Lodge of the Masons and
Hannah Schloss Old Timers.
He leaves his wife, Hazel; a son,
David of Phoenix, Ariz.; a daugh-
ter, Frieda; a sister, Mrs. David
(Bess) Goldstein of La Jolla,
Calif.; and two grandchildren.
attended Wayne State Univer-
sity, where he was president of his
class all four years, and was a
member of MacKenzie Honor
Society and Pi Tau Sigma Frater-
nity. While at WSU, he was the
editor of the engineering maga-
Mr. Eisenberg was a member of
the National Academy of
Engineering. He also was on the
board of trustees of Webb Univer-
sity and a member of the visiting
committee at the University of
Miami and Massachusetts Insti-
tute of Technology.
He was a registered profes-
sional engineer, holding the de-
grees of C.E. and M.E. He had
been affiliated with the Office of
Naval Research, the U.S. Navy
and the State University of Iowa.
He pursued studies at Wayne
State University, the University
of Iowa, University of Maryland
and the California Institute of
Mr. Eisenberg received many
science and engineering honors.
He was affiliated with many pro-
fessional societies and sat on the
advisory boards and committees
Jan. 1, 1984
Deeply missed and al-
ways remembered by his
loving family. He is forever
in our hearts.
Alisa and Mara
Dec. 30, 1982
Beloved mother, grand-
mother and great-grand-
mother. Deeply missed
and always remembered
by her loving family. She is
forever in our hearts.
In Blessed and Beloved Memory of Our Dearly
Who passed away Dec. 28, 1966. Sadly missed and
forever in our hearts. Her loving children,
grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
of many research agencies. He
held a patent for tension
dynamometers and published
numerous works in professional
He is survived by his wife,
Edith: two daughters, Elyse of
San Francisco, Calif., and Jean of
Germantown, Md.; a sister, Mary
of Los Angeles, Calif.; and his
mother, Ida Eisenberg of Los
AFHU official Manson
New York (JTA) — Harold
Manson, director of the Office of
Academic Affairs of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, died Dec. 16 at age 66.
Mr. Manson was responsible for
the development of one of the
United States' most successful
overseas programs, which has
sent thousands of American stu-
dents to study at the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem. He played a
major role in the creation and de-
velopment of the Rothberg School
for Overseas Students at the He-
A former correspondent in the
Middle East for the Overseas
News Agency, Mr. Manson played
a prominent role during the late
1940s in winning support in the
United States for the establish-
ment of the State of Israel. From
1945 through 1948, he was direc-
tor of information for the Ameri-
can Zionist Emergency Council.
In 1949, Mr. Manson was
named director of public relations
Albert A. Roggin, a pharmacist,
died Dec. 22 in Pompano Beach,
Fla. He was 73.
A native Detroiter, Mr. Roggin
retired seven years ago. He was
past president of the Aesculapian
Pharmaceutical Association, and
a member of Perfection Lodge of
the Masons, B'nai B'rith, Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, Zionist Organiza-
tion of America and the Shriners.
He was a pharmacist for more
than 40 years.
He was graduated from the
former City College of Detroit. He
received a gold certificate in
honor of his 50 years in business.
He is survived by his wife
Sophia; a son, Dr. Gary of
Bethesda, M-d.; a daughter, Mrs.
Robert (Gail) Wilensky of Wash-
ington, D.C.; two brothers, Sam
and Ben; and five grandchildren.
in the Western Hemisphere for
the Jewish Agency. The Zionist
Quarterly was launched in 1951
under his editorship. During the
mid and late 1950s, he was execu-
tive vice chairman of the Zionist
Organization of America where
he headed its department of pub-
lic relations. He also served on the
executive committee of the
American Zionist Committee for
Julius Zemmol, a partner in
American Linen Supply since
1920, died Dec. 23 at age 88.
Born in Russia, Mr. Zemmol
lived 72 years in the U.S. He re-
tired in 1966.
He was a member of the Hebrew
Benevolent Society, Cong. Beth
Shalom, Harry Keidan Lodge of
B'nai B'rith, Histadrut and Ar-
lazaroff Branch of the Farband.
He is survived by his wife,
Anna; three sons, Bernard, Allen
and Walter; a daughter, Mrs.
William (Jenny) Roby; ten grand-
children and six great-grand-
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Stella Cole, an artist, potter and
former interior designer, died
Dec. 22 at age 72.
Born in Washington, D.C., Mrs.
Cole was the former president of
the Suburban Branch of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
She had been president of her con-
firmation class at Temple
Her pottery is on display at the
Habitat Gallery in Lathrup Vil-
She leaves her husband, Albert;
a daughter, Karen Warner; and
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