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Combining Hebrew and English
lyrics, Craig's music brings the
joy and spirit of Jewish heritage
music has inspired
Jewish community for more
than 18 years.
Temple Israel's Harry Laker
Memorial Concert Series
presents Craig Taubman.
3:00 pm on Sun April 6
at Temple Israel in
Concert is free and open to public.
Event is co-sponsored by
Part of the Harry Laker Memorial
Concert Series, talented
singer/songwriter Craig Taubman
Will perform Sun, April 6 at
Temple Israel, 5725 Walnut Lake
Temple Israel's Couples Club.
For complimentan., tickets,
call Temple Israel at
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the University of Minnesota in 1938
and worked as associate director of
the schools of nursing at Springfield
Memorial Hospital in Springfield,
Ill., and Mount Sinai Hospital in
Chicago. While working in Chicago,
she met and married Rabbi Julius
Shuback, who served as rabbi of
Congregation Beth Sholom (later
B'nai Sholom) for 50 years.
For several years Mrs. Shuback
was a substitute teacher in the East
Chicago school system. One of her
pastimes was transcription of books
into Braille. With this ability, she
was appointed head of the visually
impaired for the school system, a
position she held for several years.
Mrs. Shuback served on the
Northwest Indiana Board of the
American Red Cross and was active
in the Women's League of
Conservative Judaism and sister-
hood. She was a member of B'nai
B'rith Women and ORT and a life-
time member of Hadassah.
Mrs. Shuback is survived by her
beloved husband of 60 years, Rabbi
Julius Shuback; daughter, Joyce
Hertz of Highland, Ind., son and
daughter-in-law, Fred and Mindy
Shuback of West Bloomfield; grand-
children, Adam Roenbloom, Rivian
Hertz and Marissa, Jeremy and
Andrea Shuback. She was the
daughter of the late Harry and
Interment at South Superior
Hebrew Cemetery in Superior, Wis.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel in Oak Park and Downs
Funeral Home in Superior.
Contributions may be made to
the American Cancer Society, attn.
WEB, P.O. Box 102454, Atlanta,
GA 30368 - 2454 or to a charity of
LAWRENCE M. SINUK, 61, of
Scottsdale, Ariz., died March 17,
He is survived by his wife, Donna;
children, Ronald Garland of San
Diego, Laura Musikantow of
Scottsdale, both formerly of Detroit,
Brian Sinuk of Scottsdale, David
and Lisa Sinuk of Phoenix; brother
and sister-in-law, Stewart and Lori
Sinuk of Farmington Hills; grand-
children, Jacob, Charlie, Lexi,
Graveside services were held at
Green Acres Memorial Gardens in
Scottsdale. Contributions may be
made to Hospice of the Valley, 1510
E. Flower St., Phoenix, AZ 85014.
JTA Foreign Editor
NewYork/JTA — The Jewish Telegraphic
envy's longtime foreign editor,
Mitchell Danow, 55, died of a heart
attack March 20, 2003, while on vaca-
tion in Japan.
Responsible for much of JTA's foreign
copy and news briefs, his edited stories
would be virtually error-free — JTA
staffers often marveled at how he could
churn out such clean copy under dead-
Mr. Danow worked for a media indus-
try newsletter and Newsweek before
deciding to work in Jewish journalism.
He did a brief stint at the Forward before
coming to JTA in 1993.
"I wanted to write about something
that I care about," he said.
Mark Joffe, JTA's executive editor and
publisher, said, "With certain news devel-
opments that might not make the main-
stream press, he was concerned that if
JTA didn't report it, the world would not
know it had happened.
"He painstakingly documented every
terrorist attack and every development in
the battle for Holocaust restitution and
justice — issues about which he cared
— Peter Ephross,
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
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