The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on March 12, 1993 · Page 21
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Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle March 12, 1993. Page 22 Obituaries Chronicling history A look at news reported in past issues of The Wisconsin Jewish Rabbi Louis Swichkow officiated at the funeral Feb. 7. Burial was in Beth Hamedrosh Hagodel Cemetery. The family would appreciate memorial contributions to the City of Hope. Beatrice B. Urich Funeral services were held Feb. 24 for Beatrice B. Urich (nee Budner) who died of pneumonia Feb. 22 at the Mequon Care Center at age 87. She had suffered a massive stroke 10 years ago. Born in Russia, she came to Milwaukee as a young girl. She graduated from North Division High School in 1923. She and her husband, Samuel J. Urich, were married for 62 years until his death in 1990. The longtime member of Congregation Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun was an honorary lifetime director of the Milwaukee Jewish Home and a past president of Hadassah locally. She is survived by two daughters, Miriam (Herbert) Hillman of Mequon and Barbara Steiner of Las Vegas; and two Evelyn Radoff Evelyn Radoff (nee Sadoff) died Feb. 4 of complications of diabetes. The Milwaukee Jewish Home resident was 80. Bom in Odessa, she came to Fond du Lac when she was two years old. She moved to Milwaukee in 1932 to attend secretarial school, and worked as a bookkeeper at West Bend Insurance Co. in Fond du Lac prior to her marriage. After settling in Milwaukee with her husband, Joseph, she worked as a bookkeeper at Millway Nursing Home. She belonged to Beth El Ner Tamid Synagogue, B'nai B'rith Women and Women's American ORT. She was active in the City of Hope, serving as a local vice president. She is survived by daughters Lois (Gerald) Perlman of Deer-field, HI., Renee Radoff of Milwaukee and Darleen (Martin) Salomon of Northbrook, ILL; sisters Rose Jurkowski and Anne Sadoff, both of Milwaukee, and Esther Alperin of Los Angeles; brother Morris Sadoff of Tor-rence, Calif.; and two grandchildren. Hex husband died in 1967. Chronicle. 1943 Wisconsin: The A. B. Zuckert Company is Wisconsin's first Jewish-owned firm and one of the first in the country to receive the Army-Navy "E" production award for products benefiting the war effort Mayor John L. Bohn presided at the ceremonies at the Milwaukee Auditorium, where the firm's 350 employees received "pins. Elsewhere: The nation's top Jewish war hero, Master Sgt Meyer Levin of Brooklyn, N.Y., died in a crash of a Flying Fortress bomber airplane that was stalking a Japanese convoy off New Guinea. The plane encountered a severe storm, ran out of gas and was forced down at sea. Levin was credited with sinking the Japanese battleship Haruna shortly after the Pearl Harbor attack, and a Japanese cargo ship during the Battle of the Coral Sea. 1968 Wisconsin: Congregation Shalom in Fox Point will celebrate the completion of an addition to the synagogue during the weekend of March 15. The new social and cultural wing houses a community hall, youth lounge, modern kitchen and six additional classrooms. Services will be conducted by Rabbi Harry B. Pastor. The guest speaker will be Rabbi Manfred Swarsensky of Congregation Bern El in Madison. Elsewhere: Israel has removed the designation "enemy territory" from the' areas occupied by her forces during the 1967 Six-Day War. Interior Ministry officials said the move was essentially a legal measure intended to formalize a situation that has existed since the war, not to change the territories' status. However, the ruling reportedly created a furor in Arab capitals, where it was seen as a step toward annexation. 1983 Wisconsin: Representatives of the Milwaukee Jewish Council met Tuesday with Wisconsin Attorney General Bronson LaFol-lette to discuss ways of curbing the activities of the Posse Comita-tus. The council delegation characterized posse members as "armed and militant extremists' who preach "a Nazi-like message of hatred against Jews and other religious and racial groups in the state. Elsewhere: The war in Lebanon has added another 1,100 members to the Association of Disabled War Veterans in Israel, according to the organization's chairman in an interview in the Israeli Army's weekly magazine. The association has some 37,000 members, 97.5 percent of whom are self-supporting, he reported. Leon Cohen Rabbi Francis Barry Silberg officiated at the funeral. Burial was in Spring Hill Cemetery. The family would appreciate memorial contributions to the Mequon Care Center. Miriam Weinman Lifelong Milwaukeean Miriam Weinman (nee Kniaz) of Brown Deer died Feb. 5 at age 68. She graduated in 1942 from North Division High School and studied for two years at the Uni-, versity of Denver. She worked for the Internal Revenue Service here for many years. She was a member of Hadas-sah and an opera lover. She is survived by her husband, Irvin; daughter Natalie Zoe and son Richard Weinman, both of Austin, Tex.; siblings Shirley Bamberger of Milwaukee, Dr. Albert Kniaz of Milwaukee, Dr. Harry Kniaz of Madison, Leon Kniaz of Reston, Va., Rose Radtke of West Bend and Esther Ray of Michigan; and two grandchildren The funeral was held Feb. 7, with burial in Mound Zion Cemetery. The family would appreciate memorial contributions to the Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin, Inc. Morris V. Zuckerman Morris V. Zuckerman of Glendale died Jan. 28 at age 88. He was born in Russia and came to Milwaukee in 1908. He graduated from North Division High School in 1922 With his wife, Edith, he owned and operated Zuckerman s Grocery Store for more than 45 years. They had a store at 6th St and Vine for 35 years ( and later moved to 38th St and Locust Ave. After retiring 15 years ago, the couple enjoyed traveling. He was a member of Congregation Beth Israel and the Milwaukee Grocers Association. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Martin (Arlene) Zuckerman and Philip Pre-Need , FtmerMA FROMOUItHLES Dedication THESE ARE THE PEOPLE THINKING AHEAD van. in Aashai Lebowitz Ceme tery. Rabbi Bernard Reichman LeoS.!.:uz!ckznt A monument will be dedicated in memory of Leo S. Musick-ant on Sunday, March 21 at 1 will ornciate. Keiatives ana friends are asked to attend. rntTO Individuals anticipating going on if rwn TMe 19 of Tld0 1$ recpients. : 1 1 . Complete funeral arrangements are an exemption available to you. Israeli official to describe talks with U.S. Christians Sun Beit Residents - A single phone call to our office, is all you will ever have to do. Avi Granot, counselor for annual Catholic-Jewish Confer-church affairs at the Israeli ence Education Series sponsored (Nadine) Zuckerman, both of WWW I I'M) ft iSSK W-D.C.. CCC. Individuals with little or no family -For peace of mind that everything will be done in accordance and one great-grandchild. uus iub aiuwivwi RabbiLee Buckman official- Christian Community and the ence of the Educational and Interfaith Commission of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Jewish Council and the Wisconsin Council of Rabbis. j sl) 4 i with your desires. Israeli uovernment on lues-day, March 23 at 7:30 pjn. at St Roman Parish, 1810 W. Bolivar St ed at the funeral Jan. 29. Burial was in Mound Zion Cemetery. The family would appreciate memorial contributions to Congregation Bern IsraeL - His lecture is part of the QoflteSt moMauais concernea aoout Harming their own wishes - These can be recorded and carried out , eliminating crises situations for family members. - V Pro-need selection of burial space j U j (FrompageS) three divisions of the Jewish Bible Torah, Prophets and Writings. This year's selections were Deuteronomy, Joshua and Esther. The test also asked about the Land of Israel as described in these G I - As part of your retirement plan A sensible hedge against inflation; ; Frequent Travelers - Ve are avail-; able 24 hours of each day, 7 days a week to respond to your needs In the televised contest, seven nr efoht hnnVs nf th Rikl arm Pre-need planning is a modern, practical approach to selecting burial space. It permits sound decision-making at a time free from mental anguish. It's a good way to prevent hurried, uncertain choices and pressured decisions. By selecting and arranging for a grave site or family plot in advance, loved ones are spared this responsibility at a painful and difficult time of loss. covered, Tsaidi said, adding that contestants have a year in which to study. ' Incidentally, the answers to the above questions are: Two spies were sent in secret to Jericho (Joshua 2). . Mordechai revealed his Jew-ishness to explain why he didn't bow to Hainan (Esther 3). Consult with our staff for their expertise in pre-need funeral arrangements. X JL JL GREENWOOD CEMETERY For additional information call A Traditional Jewish Cemetery (414)352-4370 Entering its second century of service tft Milwaukee's .Tnrl'h rrnnmiirtttir Affiliated with Congregation Emanu-El B'ne Jesburun PERPETUAL CARE IN A SETTING OF WARMTH, BEAUTY AND SERENITY Call 271-3490. r for information. ! fcfllwsukce - 1C7hitefisli Bay -V J

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