TSEMEKH ZAMBROVSKI (b. April 15, 1911)
He was born in Warsaw, Poland, into a rabbinic family. He moved to the United States in 1924, graduated from rabbinic seminary, and received ordination into the rabbinate. In 1932 he graduated from university in Cleveland. For a time he served as rabbi there and from 1948 he was rabbi in Montreal. He was chairman of Mizraḥi in Canada and a member of the executive of World Mizraḥi and of the General Zionist Organization. He also chaired the Montreal rabbinate. From 1932 he contributed to the Yiddish, Hebrew, and English-language Jewish press in the United States, Canada, and elsewhere. He placed work in: Keneder odler (Canadian Eagle) and the monthly Di mizrakhi-shtime (The voice of Mizraḥi), of which he was also editor—both in Montreal; Morgn-zhurnal (Morning journal) in New York; Unzer veg (Our way) in Paris; Hatsofe (The spectator) in Tel Aviv; and other serials. He was also editor of Tora veavoda (Torah and belief) in Cleveland. He was last living in Montreal.
Sources: D. Tidhar, in Entsiklopedyah leḥalutse hayishuv uvonav (Encyclopedia of the pioneers and builders of the yishuv), vol. 10 (Tel Aviv, 1959), pp. 3571-72; M. Ginzburg, in Keneder odler (Montreal) (November 2, 1959); Who’s Who in World Jewry (New York, 1955), p. 838.