Pilot Officer Michael Stein Jacobs of Montreal, Quebec, was reported killed on active service (R.C.A.F. Casualty List No. 503). Major S. Gershon Levi, M.B.E., senior Jewish chaplain, officiated at Pilot Officer Jacobs’ funeral. Pilot Officer Jacobs enlisted in the air force in September 1940. He received his observer’s wing and sergeant’s stripes at Uplands and was promoted to flight sergeant in March 1941. He was posted overseas in September and participated in the 1000-plane raid on Cologne in the spring of 1942. A member of the famous “Moose” squadron, with more than thirty raids over enemy territory to his credit, Pilot Officer Jacobs had just been commissioned when he was reported killed.