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Israel Cabinet Votes
Israel Develops Tiny
Bernard M. Cohen Dies to Set Up Autonomous Medical Transmitter
Bernard M. Cohen, founder Broadcasting Authority
A tiny medical measuring and
and owner of the Zenith Furni-
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The transmitting unit, weighing only
JENNIE HEIT died in Miami,
GRACE R. FRIEDLAND, 950
Fla., Jan. 22. Survived by two Whitmore, died Jan. 16. She ture Co., 14460 Gratiot, and the cabinet decided to set up an five ounces, which can be
sons, Reuben of Miami and Jos- leaves son, Bud; daughter, Mrs. Mars - Zenith Furniture . Co., autonomous broadcasting author- placed in a helmet or attached
eph of Detroit; a daughter, Mrs. Charles Averbach; a brother; 23600 Michigan, Dearborn, died ity and instructed a ministerial
Jan. 18. He was 52.
committee to prepare a law on to a belt, has been developed
Esther Genzburg of New York; and a granddaughter.
Born in Smith Falls, Ont., Mr. this subject for ratification by by the scientists of Israel's Na-
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a sister and six grandchildren.
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JACOB LIEBERMAN, 15241 Cohen, 17144 Wildemere, was a the Knesset at the earliest pos- tional Research and Develop-
ment Council. Composed of
ELEANOR SCHEER, 23121 Rosemary, Oak Park, died Jan. Detroit resident for 40 years. sible date.
The authority would also deal standard parts, the unit will cost
Radcliff, Oak Park, died Jan. 17. 18. Survived by four sons, Irv- He was well known to retail
She leaves her husband, Philip; ing, Alex, Sidney and Nathan and wholesale furniture dealers with television broadcasting, edu- considerably less than the cheap-
both here and in other centers cational and general, if and est medical transmitter now in
sons, Bennett and Howard; and H.; three daughters, Mrs. Sam of
when they are introduced.
uel (Lillian) Hechtman, Mrs •
The cabinet decision is ex-
past officer of the Furni-
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Another advantage of the new
ture Club of Detroit, Mr. Cohen pected to win over some of the device is the possibility of moni-
IRVING SHERMAN, 15603 Mrs. Morris (Rose) Wolok; a was
Geo. Washington, Southfield, brother, 18 grandchildren and Campaign. Other of his affili- television project sponsored by toring and recording simultane-
ously—which enables a doctor
died Jan. 21. He leaves his wife, seven great-grandchildren.
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ations included Keidan Lodge the Rothschild Memorial Group. to follow the activities of a
Ann; sons, Allan and Stewart;
RICHARD WEIL, 11534 By- of Bnai Brith, Town and Coun- At least one party, the Liberals, patient's heart from a distance
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benny ron,
served notice during the contro- and to obtain an immediate re-
died Jan. 18. Survived by try Club and Temple Israel.
Sherman; a brother, Gerald; and his wife,
versial Knesset debate on the cording of a heart attack.
a sister, Mrs. Richard Abel.
that it would condition
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er and two grandchildren.
K.; daughters, Mrs. Barry Yaker its support on the establishment New Orleans Opens
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JENNIE GOTTESMAN, 12950
and Mrs. Gerald Primak; moth- of an autonomous television
ALTER STEIN, 1397 Victoria. er, Mrs. Jen Cohen; brother, broadcasting authority. The Is- Home for the Aged
Northfield, Oak Park, died Jan
18. She leaves her husband, Windsor, died Jan. 19. Survived Joseph; and two grandchildren. rael broadcasting network is
NEW ORLEANS, (JTA) —
William; son, Burton E.; daugh- by a son, Monty of Los.Angeles;
presently under the Prime Min- New Orleans Home for the
ter, Mrs. Leonard Moss; mother, a daughter, Mrs. Dan (Bess)
Aged, the outcome of a six-year
Mrs. Rosa . Medvedov; two sis- Bulkin; and a brother.
study by the Jewish Federation
ters; and five grandchildren.
SAMUEL MOSS, 15736 Appo- Produce Dealer, Dies
Main Source of TB
of the needs of the Jewish
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line, died Jan. 20. Survived by
aged in New Orleans, was dedi-
Schwartz, chairman Wiped Out in Israel
MINNIE SUCHER, 11707 Bir- a son, Leonard; a brother and of .Benjamin
the board of Schwartz Bros.,
Bovine tuberculosis, one of cated last week. The modernis-
wood, died Jan. 20. She leaves four grandchildren.
main sources of human TB tic home was built at a cost of
daughters, Mrs. Tauba Dresser,
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died Jan. 21. He was 67.
infection, has been virtually $800,000.
Mrs. Morris Mandel and Mrs.
YETTA WOLF, 16776 Tuller,
Mr. Schwartz, 12930 Dart- wiped out in Israel, according to
Jack Constant; seven grandchil- died Jan. 20. Survived by three
dren; and two great- gr andchil- sons, Julius, Sidney and Erwin; mouth, Oak Park, was born in a report submitted by the Vet-
two daughters, Mrs. Irving Russia and was a Detroit area erinary Service of the Israel
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(Ruth) Bolton and Mrs. Jack resident for 40 years. He was a Ministry of Agriculture.
This will make Israel's the
MICHAEL CHARLES STARK, (Beatrice) Lipson; a sister and member - a Cong. Shaarey Zedek
and the Zionist Organization of first tuberculosis-free cattle
14736 Hubbard Rd., Livonia, 13 grandchildren.
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herds in the world. Only a few
died Jan. 20. He leaves his par-
During the coming
SAM GREEN, formerly of
Surviving are his wife, Sarah; isolated cases of the disease
ents, Mr. and MrS. Paul Stark;
week Yeshiva Beth
sister, Rita; grandparents, Mr. Detroit, died in Israel on Jan. three daughters, Miriam, Mrs. were reported during a nation-
Yehuda will observe
and Mrs. Louis Wolfgang and 16. Survived by his wife, Esther; Arnold Rodin • and Mrs. Max wide check made earlier this
the Yahrzeit of the
a son, Hy; and two daughters, Burns; a brother, Samuel; two year. Of 85,000 tests made, posi-
Ruth and Wm. Stark.
Sally Steiner and Mary Schoen- sisters, Mrs. Sarah Rosen and tive results were a minimal 0.6
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friends, with the
feld; a sister, seven grandchil- Mrs. Esther Spilkin; and five per cent. Milch and beef herds
LILLIAN SCHWARTZ, 17390 dren -and six great grandchil-
Prayers, recitation of
Northlawn, died Jan. 19. She dren.
Kaddish and study-
70,000 heads, providing an an-
leaves her husband, Louis;
ing of Mishnayes.
nual 265 million liters of milk.
daughters, Constance, Ann
FRANCES BLUMROSEN, N. Y. Philanthropist
Karen - and Margaret; two 13937 Petoskey, died Jan. 21.
Discussion About Sighing
brothers; and a sister.
Survived by son, Alfred; and two Joseph Shapiro Dies
In the Talmud, there is an
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Joseph
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Shapiro, a leading_ OrthodoX lay- interesting discussion about Anna Posner
SAM NOVETSKY, Tucson, man and philanthropist, died sighing. Rev. , said, "Sighing Fruma
The Family of the Late
Ariz., died Jan. 22. He -leaves here Jan. 16 at the age of 69. breaks half the- body." In sup- Fannie Patlejohn
his wife, Dyna; three sons, Irv- Born in Horodok, Poland, he port of this, he quotes a Biblical Sarah Faber
ing, Max and Joseph; daughter, came to the United ,States and verse, "But thou, son of man,
Sarah Finley Copin
of 23000 Wildwood,
Mrs. Edward (Ruth) Rope; and Was active in the textile industry. do thou sigh as with broken Fanny Briskin
He administered a $2,250,000 bones."
Leo Gross, husband;
However, Reb Jochanan dif- . Sarah Saks
MAX BROWN, 6054 Oakman
sisters, brother and
Fund established by his fers. He contends that sighing Rose Marks
Blvd., leaves his wife, Vinsetta;- Loan
their families acknowl-
breaks not half the body but Moses Henry Thorn
edge with grateful ap-
the entire body. The verse in
Wheeling,* W. Va.
predation the many
the Bible which Ray quotes Abraham Morris Corn 4
Israel Revives Old
kind expressions of
about "the broken loins," he Max
sympathy- extended by
System to Store Water
relatives and friends
starts with the broken
An ancient agricultural sys- damage
during their recent be-
loins, but it spreads through Max Milgrom
the entire body.
In beloved memory of the of _winter rain run-off by storing
late Morris Hoptman, who pass- it underground - is now being
Sidney A. Deitch
ed away Jan. 9, 1962 (four days revived for modern use in Is-
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In loving memory of my dear ing an area of about 250 square
son, Martin Fine, who • passed miles, is a joint operation of
away Jan. 24, 1947 (three days the Israel government and the
in Shvat). He will always be in United Nations Special Assist-
my heart. Gone but not forgot- ance Fund, which has allocated
ten. Very much missed by his $320,000 for the project. The
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mother, Lilly Fine.
purpose of the scheme—known
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Dr. J. I. Sklover Dies
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20. He was 61.
Dr. Sklover, 17537 Fairfield,
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