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March 12, 1971 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-03-12

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`Renewed Fighting Joseph Brown, 78,
Inevitable and in of Decorating Firm.
Joseph Brown, founder in 1906
Soviet's Interest'
and president of the Joseph Brown

PARIS (ZINS) — Gen. Andre
Bouffer, who led British and
French forces in the 1956 Suez
War, now chief of France's Insti-
tute for Strategic Affairs, is con-
vinced that a new round of battle
in the Arab-Israel war is unavoid-
able.
Despite the Kremlin's avowed
support for a political settlement,
it would secretly welcome renewed
fighting, the general believes.
He points to a growing discon-
tent within Egypt over the Soviet
presence there. Moscow must
demonstrate that without its help,
Egypt is doomed. There is no bet-
ter way to make the point than
to have a fresh round of war, he
said.
His views were publicized in
Figaro following a visit by the
general to Egypt.
Quoting General Bouffer: "No
Egyption government can agree
to extension of a cease fire so
long as Israel dose not withdraw
from all of the Arab territories.
Taking Into account that Israel
is not inclined to do so — es-
pecially in respect of Jerusalem
—Egypt will, sooner or later,
have to resume its war of attri-
tion in concert with the guer-
rillas who are based in Jordan."
(Fresh from an extended visit
to Egypt, a West German television
correspondent said in an interview
that he supports Bouffer's view
that the Kremlin is actually in
favor of a renewed round of fight-
ing between the UAR and Israel.
(According to the reporter, mili-
tary circles within Egypt confided
to him that the official Soviet stand
on the desirability of a peaceful
solution is merely a diplomatic
sham. It was alleged that Soviet
agents attempted to enlist the co-
operation of the head of Egyptian
intelligence in a confidential mis-
sion aimed at creating an incident
that could be interpreted as a pro-
vocative act by Israel in justifica-
tion of renewed warefare.) -

Painting and Decorating Co., died
March 4 at age 78.
Mr. Brown, 20521 Charlton,
Southfield, was born in Hungary
and lived in Detroit for 69 years.
He twice served as president
of the Greater Detroit Chapter
of the Painting and Decorating
Contractors of America and for
15 years was chairman of its
joint apprenticeship committee.
He was a life member and chan-
cellor commander of Lodge 1,
Knights of Pythias, past treasurer
of Daylight Lodge of the Masons
and a member of Detroit Consistory
and Moslem Shrine.
Mr. Brown was a charter mem-
ber of Cong. Bnai Moshe and a
past president of its men's club.
He leaves his wife, Rose; a son,
William; a daughter, Mrs. Law-
rence (Mildred) Weiss; and five
grandchildren.

Barney Balaban, 83;
Headed Paramount

BYRAM, Conn. — Barney Bala-
ban, honorary board chairman and
president of Paramount Pictures
Corp. for 28 years, died here last
weekend. He was 83.
Born in Chicago of a Russian-
born grocer, Mr. Balzban was a
young man when he and several
brothers entered the movie theater
business, putting $68.20 together
to buy a 100-seat theater in Chi-
cago.
Mr. Balaban went on to build
the first movie theater with a
balcony and, in partnership with
his brother-in-law, Sam Katz, built
a chain of theaters in the Middle
West, including the first "super-
colossal" theaters in Chicago.
Paramount Pictures bought a
controlling interest in the firm in
1926, and 10 years later, Balaban
was elected president of Para-
mount. He stepped- down in 1964.

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Edward Gelber, 67,
Canadian Zionist

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Edward
Gelber, a former president of the
Zionist Organization of Canada,
who settled here in 1956, died at
the age of 67.
Born in Toronto, he studied at
Toronto and Columbia univer-
sities, returning to Canada for an
active life in public service before
settling in Israel.
He was a founding co-chairman
of the Israel Bond campaign in
Canada, an officer of the Canadian
Jewish Congress and a member
of the Ontario and Israel bar,
though he did not practice law.
In Israel he served as deputy
chairman of the board of governors
of the Hebrew University, and as
a member of the board of the
United Israel AppeaL He served
also as chairman of the Rubin
Academy of Music here, as vice-
chairman of the Yad Vashem,
chairman of the executive of the
International Cultural Center for
Youth in Israel and as a member
of the board of the Jewish National
Fund.

Mrs. Goldie Teitelbaum,
Active JNF Enthusiast

Mrs. Goldie Teitelbaum, who had
been an active worker in many
Zionist and other women's groups
here, died Sunday.
Funeral services were held at
Chased shel Emes Monday morn-
ing.
Her husband, Aaron Teitelbaum,
an active Zionist and devotee of
Hebrew who was a leader in Kvut-
zah Ivrit, died seven years ago.
Mrs. Teitelbaum was born in
Russia, settled in New Hampshire
in 1913 and came to Detroit in 1926.
She was especially active in the
Jewish National Fund and was as-
sociated with the Sisterhood of
Adas Shalom, Hadassah, Horodok-
er Society and United Hebrew
Schools. - -
Surviving are a son, Dr. Myer
a brother, William
Bass 'of- Lynn; Mass.; five grand-
children • and six = great-grandchil-
dren.

Dry
;., Harry Paysner, 72,
Retired Physician

Harry A. Paysner, a long-
time 'Detroit physician, died Sun-
s
n a lineWedintna s it
day
in
-North Miami, where he had
PARIS (JTA) — A number of: the'
and":,addresa - et the .pareon
making the insartioa: There - hia 'tend retireli bt •May 1969. He was 72.
centrist French political parties— big
dilute- et $4.55 for an:: Welling
Paysner, who had an active
including the Democratic Center, nodes, trimming an Inch Ja Sleuth.
Wee for one two Inches deep with practice .bere, for More than 40
the Radicals, the Independents and and
years,
was held in warm affection
the Socialists—have taken advan- a black border.

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by his patients, 300 of whom at-
tage of the upcoming municipal
The family of the late Sesa Lin- tended a surprise party for him
elections to make known their pro-
announces the unveiling of a when he retired. His nurse for 25
Israeli positions. The elections are der
monument in her memory 11:30 years, Mollie Dresser, and a few
scheduled for March 15.
a.m. - Sunday, March 21, at Mach- of the patients arranged the cele-
Leading centrist candidates on pelah Cemetery. Rabbi Arm will bration. Born in White Russia, he
several of- the slates spoke out at officiate. Relatives and friends are was a graduate of the Detroit Col-
a meeting sponsored by a local asked to attend.
lege of Medicine (now Wayne
Zionist organization. They stressed
• • •
State University's medical school).
that "anti-Zionism" was a moder-
Surviving are his wife, Rose
Mrs. Philip (Rose) Schriber and
nized code-phrase for anti-Semitism Mrs. Sidney (Bertha) Golden an- Jean; two daughters, Betty and
and that it must be fought on all nounce the unveiling of a mouu- Mrs. Gilbert (Margaret) ,Osnos,
fronts.
ment for the late Esther Topcik both of New York; three brothers,
The speakers included Paul noon Sunday, March 21, at Work- Edwird Peisner and Jack, both of
Pernin, president of the Demo- men's Circle Cemetery, Beth Orlando, and Sam Peisner of Reho-
cratic Center; Roger Friedmann, Shmuel section. Rabbi Halpern and vot, Israel; and two grandchildren.
president of the Paris Federation of Cantor Ackerman will officiate. Interment Miami Beach.
the Radical Party; and diplomat Relatives and friends are asked to
Pierre-Eugene Gilbert, ambassador attend.
Hyman Schwartz, 58;
to Israel from 1953 to 1959.
e a •
The family of the late Jake Selig Owned Tool, Die Firm
Kaplan announces the unveiling of
Hyman Schwartz, founder and
a monument in his memory 11 a.m. owner
In .wry
of the Lincoln Park Manu-
Sunday, March 21 at Beth Abra- facturing Co., a tool and die firm,
My Beloved Mother
ham Cemetery: Rabbi Arm will died in Miami Beach. He was 58.
officiate. Relatives and friends are
CLARA
Born in Montreal, Mr. Schwartz,
asked to attend.
3300 Dix, Lincoln Park, was foun-
OBERFIELD
der and co-owner of Dix Auto
CARD OF THANKS
Parts, Lincoln Park. He was a
who passed away March
Mrs. Rose Z. Katz, wife of the member of Temple Beth El and
12, 1966. She left no one-
late
Zesse
R.
Katz,
acknowledges
resided
part of the time in Miami
behind who can • take her
with grateful appreciation the Beach.
place. Sadly =hoed - by
many
kind
expressions
of
sym-
He leaves this wife, Ada (Con-
year daughter, Bentley
pathy extended by relatives and nie); two sons, Burton and Howard;
Stone.
friends during the family's recent a daughter, Tracie; and two broth-
bereavement.
ers, Harry and Albert.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

REBECCA FRUITMAN of Downs-
view, Ont., died Feb. 28. Survived
by a son, Gordon of Detroit; two
daughters, Mrs. Harry (Molly)
Beube of Hamilton, Ont., and Mrs.
Philip (Sylvia) Shore; nine grand-
children and three great-grandchil-
dren. Interment Downsview.
• • •
KENNETH E. GILBERT, former
Detroiter of Hawaii, died March 3.
He leaves his wife, Pat; his par-
ents, Peter and Eunice Gilbert of
Detroit; and one sister. Interment
Hawaii.

Harry Deutch, Owner
of Sloan's Hardware

Harry Charles Deutch, owner
of Sloan's HardWare Store, 9135
Mack, for 25 years, died March
10 at age 59.
Mr. Deutch, 18145 Onyx, South-
field, was a member of Cong. Bnai
David, Louis Marshall Lodge of
Bnai Brith, NAACP, Craftsman
Lodge of the Masons and East
Side Businessmen's Club. He was
a native Detroiter.
Mr. Deutch leaves his wife,
Shirley; a son, Gordon; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Joseph (Linda) Epstein
and Mrs. Judie Shopnick of Cali-
fornia; and four grandchildren.

Golda Sussman

Golda R. Sussman, first presi-
dent of the Youth Education
League and a member of several
com m u n a l organizations, died
Tuesday at age 61.
Mrs. Sussman, 16192 Oxley,
Southfield, was a native Detroiter.
She belonged to Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek and its sisterhood, Hadassah;
Women's American ORT and Bnai
Brith.
She leaves her husband, Morris;
a son, Alan; two daughters, Mrs.
Leonard (Bluma) Siegal and Mrs.
Gerald (Sandra) Lorence; three
sisters, Mrs. Ben (Fritz') Gold-
berg, Mrs. Harold (Dorothy) Mo-
ran and Mrs. Simon (Ann) Ler-
man; and three grandchildren.

Edwaid'FranZblazi, 73

Former Detroiter Edward I.
Franzblau, a director of the Lake
Shore Drive Synagogue in Chi-
cago, died Sunday in Fort Lauder.
dale. He was 73.
Mr. Franzblau, a native of Aus-
tria, lived in Detroit from 1911 to
1942 before moving to Chicago.
He was a retired salesman for
a wholesale shoe company. Mr.
Franzblau was a member of His-
tadrut.
Surviving are a son, Dr. Charles
of Hollywood, Fla.; a brother,
Eugene of California; and three
grandchildren. Interment Detroit.

DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

MONUMENT CENTER, INC

441 E. II MILE, FERNDALE
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Ilk's from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward
LI 24266
JO 4-5557

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

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Friday, March 12, 1971-43

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MOLLIE GROSS, 20527 Carol
died March 4. She leaves her hus
band, Joseph; a daughter, Mrs
Raymond (June) Rismann; one
brother, four sisters, two grandchil-
dren and two great-grandchildren.
e • .
FRANCES KLEIN, 8542 Winston,
Dearborn Heights, died Feb. 28.
Survived by her husband, E.
Charles; her father, Charles Hess;
and one brother.
• • •
WALTER KOLLMANN, 18023
Forrer, died March 5. He leaves
his wife, Herta; and two sisters.
• • e
ALBERT LEVCOWITZ, 11501
Petoskey, died March 5. Survived
by a son, Marvin Lawrence.
• * •
ARTHUR SILBERSTEIN, 18674
Ilene, died March 4. Survived by
nieces and nephews.
• • •
LOUIS TOWER, 20175 Votrobeck,
died March 7. He leaves a son,
Benjamin; four daughters, Marion,
Mrs. Pearl Klein, Mrs. Max (Ade-
line) Warschaw and Mrs. Gerald
(Frieda) Weisman; 12 grandchil-
dren and seven great-grandchil-
dren.

WE REMEMBER

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Maria, the candy
week Yeshiva Beth
Yalta& will observe
the Yehrseit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional Menserial
Prayers, recitation
of Kaddish sod stu-
dying of Mishaayes.

Attar March
14
17
Sarah Elan
14
17
Israel Charlie
14
17
Isaac LII1VIIMI
14
Shabse Y. Lipschutz 17
14
17
Moses Gunshot."
14
17
Charles Solomon
15
1$
Charles Cohen
15
AbeNusisaants - . 111.
15
1111• ,
Louie Pelavin'"'"
13
1$
Ida Mickel
18 • - 15
Samuel taransity
15
18
Samuel Beznos
16
19
Harry Raskin
16
19
E. Friedman
16
19
Charles Drascher
16
19
Rebecca Katzer
16
19
Leo Barth
16
19
Eva Shlakrnan
16
19
Julius Wasserman
19
is
Cachet Schorr
19
16
Harold Herman -
16
19
Meyer Weisberg
17
Abraham M. Kreplak 24
17
28
Kati e Zamler
17
Wm. Sdtwartzman 211
17
25
Hadassah Weir's
17
28
Meyer Nusbaum
15
21
Lillian Bluestein
15
21
Leah Menuck
18
21
Bessie Bulkin
1$
11
Anna Chausky
15
Faisal Applebaum 21
1$
21
Hyman Lerner
15
21
Sylvia Silverstein
18
21
Abraham Marcus
a
21
Jacob Chaben
21
15
Meyer Schwartz
19
22
Abram Martin
19
22
Sadie Trevino
19
22
Fannie Katz
22
19
Harry Marva]
19
22
Louis Barsky
22
19
Roy Radnor
19
Abraham DubrInsky 22
19
22
Nathan Shorter
22
19
Leopold Hirsch
20
23
Norman Fill
20
23
Alexander Farber
20
Hattie Oppenhiem 23
20
23
Rebecca Lipschitz
20
Nathan Kane
23
Sylvia Millar
23
20
Mollie Goldberg
13
20

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah

15751 W. 101/2 Mi., Southfield

Phone 353-6750

and Ma, H Urboch & Son

Elgin 1-5200

Ira Kaufman-Herbert Kaufman

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., SOUTHFIELD

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