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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-07-24

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OBITUARIES

LOUIS ALTMAN, former De-
troiter of Los Angeles, died July
16. Survived by two sons, Albert
and Martin of Youngstown, O.:
two daughters, Mrs. Albert (Doris)
Burstein of Detroit and Mrs. Har-
old (Jeri) Alden; and 10 grand-
children. Interment Los Angeles.
• *
JOANNE DAVIDSON, 28521 Stu-
art, Southfield, died July 21. She
leaves her husband, Maurice; two
sons, Randy and Joel; a daughter,
Deborah; her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Kreekun; and one sis-
ter.
• • •
ABRAHAM DOKTOR, 14170 Bal-
four, Oak Park, died July 19. Sur-
vived by his brother, Irving and a
sister, Mrs. Morris (Ida) Cohen.
• • •
TILLIE EISENBERG, 11501 Pet-
oskey, died July 16. Survived by
three sons, Harry L., Jack and
Meyer; three daughters, Mrs.
Sarah Levitan and Mrs. Jack
(Tybie) Levine of Los Angeles and
Mrs. Maurice (Gussie) Zucker-
stein; 19 grandchildren, 26 great-
grandchildren and one great-great-
granchild.

REBECCA FOX, 17548 Pinehurst,
died July 16. She leaves a son,
Henry J.; and three grandchildren.

GUSSIE LEWIS, 13278 N. Not-
folk, died July 19. Survived by her
husband, Joseph; a son, Harry
Eisenberg; two brothers and three
grandchildren.
e e

SAM HECHT, 17152 Hartwell,
died July 20. Survived by his wife,
Frieda; a daughter, Mrs. Joseph
(Sharon) Petty; and one grand-
child.
• • •
ALFRED HELPERT of Garden
City died July 22. He leaves a son,
Robert Clark; two daughters, Mrs.
D. (Caroline) McCloud and Mrs.
Douglas (Brenda) Everly; one
brother and two sisters.
• • •
ISADORE (IRVING) KLEIFF,
19775 Burgess, died July 17. Sur-
vived by his wife, Pearl; a son,
Dr. Gilbert; a daughter, Mrs.
Morris (Joan) Ginis; one sister
and five grandchildren.
• • •
LOUIS LEVINSOHN, 15430 Mil-
ler, Oak Park, died July 21. Sur-
vived by a son, Dr. David of Sagi-
naw; a daughter, Mrs. Elaine
Grant; one sister, one brother and
one grandchild. Interment Bay
City.

BECKIE SYNER, 19100 W. Seven
Mile, died July 20. Sur-ved by
two sons, Leon of Rochester, N.Y.,
and Alex; six grandchildren and
10 great-grandchildren.
• • •

The Family of the Late

The family of the late Bessie
Kostoff announces the unveiling of
a monument in her memory 11:30
a.m. Sunday, Aug. 2, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.
• * •
The family of the late Samuel
Fox announces the unveiling of a
monument in his memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, July 26 at Cloverhill Me-
morial Park. Rabbi Syme will offi-
ciate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.
e •
The family of the late Freda
Hoffman announces the unveiling
of a monument in her memory 10
a.m. Sunday, Aug. 2 at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Segal
will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.

GERTRUDE
MOLITZ

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives, friends and organi-
zations during the fam-
ily's recent bereavement.

The Family of the Late

ALEX CITRON

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

ESTHER MANHEIMER, 20015
Trinity, died July 18. She leaves
six sons, Irving, Leo, Sol, Harry,
David and Gus; two daughters,
Mrs. Henry B. (Martha) Lewis and
Mrs. George K. (Sylvia) Lewis;
one brother, three sisters, 19 grand-
children and 14 great-grandchil-
dren.
• * e
ESTHER RIECKMANN, 13628
Vassar, died July 19. She leaves a
son, Herman Goren; two brothers,
Morris Siegel of Toronto and Irwin
Siegel of Shaker Heights, O.; and
four grandchildren.
• • •

FRED ROBERT RUBIN, former
Detroiter of Miami, died July 17.
Survived by his wife, Mary; two
daughters, Mrs. Rene Turinson and
Sheryl; a brother Max and a
sister, Mrs. Samuel (Irene) Gur-
win, both of Detroit; and two
grandchildren. Interment Miami.
• • •

DAVID SUSSMAN, 161 W. Fish-
er Fwy., died July 19. No survivors.

• • •

RIVA TRIFLER, 23008 Kipling,
Oak Park, died July 16. Survived
by two sons, Abe of Downsview,
Ont., and Harvey; four daughters,
Mrs. Sol (Rita) Ager, Mrs. Sam
(Nancy) Ager, Mrs. Saul (Estelle)
Sternberg and Mrs. Martin (Sarah)
Cohen; 19 grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.

e

MAX YELLEN, 20221 Faust,
died July 17. Survived by his wife,
Rose; a son, Seymour; two broth-
ers, three sisters and four grand-
children.

Monument
Unveilings

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Sophie
Eckshtat acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy extended by
relatives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

BENJAMIN
COHEN

of Windsor
Acknowledges with grate-

ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.



BEN BLAU

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 10 a.m. Sunday,
Aug. 2, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbis Levin
and Zachariash will offi-
ciate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

MD's Death Brings Plea From Friend

The ambush killing of Dr. Ron
Paz, the only pediatrician in the
little developmenttown of Karmiel,
Israel, was related this week to
The Jewish News by the doctor's
friend, Zeev Ben-David, newly ap-
pointed director of the Israel Aliya
Center here.
Ben-David, owner of an insurance
agency in Karmiel, said he learned
of Dr. Paz's death when he read
the Hebrew newspaper Ha'Aretz,
to which he subscribes.

NAACP Warns
Police-Civil Patrol
Vigilante Threat

BOSTON (JTA)—A proposal for
a police-civilian patrol force for
the largely Jewish, high-crime
areas of Mattapan and Dorchester
has been scored as a potential
"vigilante committee" by the
president of the local branch of the
National Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People, Leon
Nelson.
"You must realize that there are
no safeguards to insure that this
Will not occur," he wrote A. Regi-
nald Eaves, administrator of the
Mayor's Office of Human Rights,
adding, "It is, furthermore, incred-
ible that top city officials have
championed this program as it is
presently designed without realiz-
ing. the dangers inherent in such a
plan."
Nelson viewed the proposed
patrol as repressive of Blacks,
claiming that "If crime rose on
Beacon Hill or other parts of the
city we are certain that the police
would augment their force to
effectively deal with the prob-
lem."
He said the proposed patrol "will
cause irritation and frustration to
quickly surface" and "is doomed
to failure," and asserted that
crime control was possible without
"shoddy and ill-fated solutions."
The patrol, which is scheduled to
begin this month, was approved
last month by Mayor Kevin White;
Robert M. Segal, president of the
Jewish Community Council; Rob-
ert E. Segal, JCC executive direc-
tor; and the Rev. Arthur Walms-
ley, general secretary of the Mas-
sachusetts Council of Churches.
Synagogue vandalism, muggings
and robberies have been prevalent
in Mattapan and Dorchester.

American Cancer Society
Suggests Memorial Gifts

. Dr. Paz, 38, and one other doctor
cared for the more than 1,000
families living in the town. He was
called to active duty as a captain
in the army reserves.
On his 40-day reserve duty,
Dr. Paz took up his post with a
medical unit along the Syrian
border. Alerted by message that
the United Nations observer had
been injured in crossfire, Dr.
Paz was hurrying to his aid when
his jeep was ambushed by Syrian
soldiers, and he was shot.
It later developed that the UN
observer had escaped injury. Dr.
Paz was dead.
"I feel doubly saddened at this
loss," said Ben-David. "Not only
have I lost a good friend, who died
in the service of his country, but
now the town of Karmiel will be
without even one children's doctor."
He added, "In a small country
like Israel, every individual loss
means a loss to all. This is why I
am convinced of the importance of
aliya. We need trained people from
the U.S. to assist us.
"As I read in Ha'aretz the arti-
cle concerning my friend, I won-
dered whether it might not be
possible to recruit professional
people to go to Israel to further
the work which Dr. Paz had start-
ed. If his story can inspire even
one doctor to make his aliya, this
would be a fitting memorial to my
friend."
The Israel Aliya Center serves
the four-state region of Ohio,
Michigan, Indiana and Kentucky.
The offices are at 13947 Cedar,
321-0757.

A gift of life could result from a
contribution to the American Can-
cer Society in memory of a loved
one. It could be a part cf the
nationwide research program to
find a cause and cure of cancer.
Memorial gifts may be sent to
the American Cancer Society, 15241
W. McNichols, Detroit 48235.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 24, 1970-47

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Freda Shiffman; 81

Freda Shiffman, an active mem-
ber of the Detroit Jewish commu-
nity, died July 18 at age 81.
Mrs. Shiffman, 11501 Petoskey,
born in Austria, was a 71-year
resident of Detroit. She was a
member of Cong. Beth Abraham,
Silverman Detroit Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans, Hadassah,
Pythian Sisters and Galician Soci-
ety, and for many years was a
worker for the USO.
She is survived by three sons,
Ralph of Prairie Village, Kan.:
David of Essexville, Mich.; and
Victor; and a daughter, Mrs. Sam-
uel (Elaine) Krohn; a brother, Isa-
dore Banks; 11 grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.

Dr. Harold Weisberg,
Dutch Parliamentarians
Praise Israel's Intentions Brandeis Philosophy
AMSTERDAM (JTA) —A Dutch Chairman, BB Leader

parliamentary delegation that re-
turned from a week's visit to Israel
stressed that country's desire for
peace : S said it was ready to
evacuate occupied Arab territories
once peace was assured and
s e c u r e, recognized boundaries
established.
But one member of the 14-man
delegation dissented. A. Vanders-
pek, of the New Left Socialist
Party said he admired Israel's
achievements but condemned its
policy of military escalation, which
he said, could lead of Israel's total
destruction.

Dr. Victor Glikman

Dr. Victor Glikman, a psychia-
trist with offices at 20131 James
Couzens, died July 21 at age 50.
Dr. Glikman, 16561 Greenfield, is
survived by a son, Samuel of Stan-
ford, Corm.; a daughter, Helen of
Rhode Island; and his mother,
Mrs. Esther Chein of New York.
Interment New Jersey.

Dr. Samuel Konefsky,
Blind Professor, Author

NEW YORK — Dr. Samuel J.
Konefsky, professor of political
science at Brooklyn College and
the author of books on the justices
of the Supreme Court, died July
18 at age 55. Dr. Konefsky, who
was sightless since age 8, won the
Media Award of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews for
his "The Legacy of Holmes and
Brandeis: A Study in safe Influ-
ence of Ideas."

BOSTON — Dr. Harold C. Wes-
berg, chairman of the philosophy
department at Brandeis University
and former dean of the graduate
school of arts and sciences, died
Saturday at age 45.
He was a founding staff director
and national chairman of the Bnai
Brith Commission on Adult Jewish
Education and served as chairman
of Bnai Brith Institutes on Juda-
ism.
A 1946 graduate of Brooklyn Col-
lege, he received a masters degree
from the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary in 1950 and PhD from Colum-
bia University in 1962.

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