Moses Zvi Frank and His Wife, Anna, Struck by Car and Killed
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Moses Zvi Frank and His Wife, Anna, Struck by Car and Killed

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Funeral services will be held tomorrow in Hackensack, N.J. for Moses Zvi Frank, a veteran Zionist writer and publicist and his wife, Anna R. Frank, who were struck by a car and killed in Montreal last Saturday. The Franks, who made their home in Israel since 1970, were in North America to visit their children.

Mr. Frank was born in Russia in 1897 and immigrated to Canada as a young man, He served as principal of a Hebrew high school in Toronto and then began a long career as a writer and editor of Jewish and-Zionist publications in Canada and the U.S. which included the Jewish Standard of Toronto, the Jewish Frontier, the National Jewish Post and the American Zionist. For many years Mr. Frank wrote a syndicated column for the American Jewish press under the by-line, M.Z. Frank.

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