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June 18, 1971 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-06-18

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Samuel D. Gross, 51;
Osteopathic Physician

Samuel D. Gross, osteopathic
physician, died June 10 in Ann
Arbor at age 51.
Dr. Gross, 25315 Kingshire,
Southfield, was a lifelong Detroit-
er. A World War II veteran, he
belonged to Mosiac Lodge of the
Masons.
He leaves his wife, Rhoda; two
sons, Milton. D. and Randall H.;
two daughters, Debby Ann and
Wendy; and two sisters.

In Memory of Our
Beloved Mother and
Grandmother

ANNA
ZACK

Who passed away June 18,
1963 (26 days in Sivan).
Sadly missed and always
remembered by her chil-
dren and grandchildren..

Father's Day
In Loving Memory of

DAVID.
COOPERMAN

Like falling leaves
the years go by,
But precious memories
never die.
Wife, Sylvia ; daughhters,
Carole Jonas and Frances
Stewart; also grandchil-
dren.

In Loving Memory of
Our Dear Mother and
Grandmother

LIBBY
ROSENBERG

Who passed away 12 years
ago, June 16, 1959 (11
days in Sivan). Her be-
loved memory will al-
ways be our inspiration.
Sadly missed and always
remembered by her chil-
dren, Rose and Mitchell,
Max and Ann, Esther
and Dave, and grandchil-
dren.

In Loving Memory of
"Our Dearest Mother"

FRANCES
(Fanny) ROTH

June 21, 1962
Sununer-1962.
Years—Now number 9.
Memories of you,
'So good, and wise, and
kind.
You did your best to
spare us pain,
We tried—the same for
you.
To never hear your voice
again—
No wonder we feel blue.
You left us with a legacy
More pe -verful than gold:
"Though heavy be your
heart today,
Have faith—Be brave and
bold."
Missed and loved by
your children:
Robert Roth, Helen
Hammer, Shirley
Greengood, Geraldine
(Jerry) Miller,
and Joan Adler, and all
your grandchildren.

Forgery Alleges Jewish Agency
ILneotiraging `Dual Loyalty'

WASH '•IGTON (JTA) — A
count, kr, document bearing the
imprint t.,,f the Jewish Agency's
organization and information de-
partment in Jerusalem is being
circulated in the United States
through the mails from Rockville,
Md., and in Europe from Paris.
A copy of the four-page leaflet
was obtained by the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency's Washington bu-
reau. The JTA alerted the Jewish
Agency in New York to its exist-
ence.

The obvious intent of the docu-
ment is to create anti-Semitic feel-

ing by raising the charge of dual
loyalty against Jews. It states, in
a "manifesto" to Jews, "Now every
Jew in Diaspora must have the
courage of declaring openly the
double loyalty. Every Jew has one
homeland only—the land of Israel.
Every Jew's duty is to defend and
consolidate the position of Israel
by all accessible means without
regard to interests of the country
he lives in."
The Jewish Agency American
Section branded the document a
forgery and said it has been turned
over to U.S. authorities for in-
vestigation of misuse of the mails.
The document bears the return
address, P.O.B. 92, Jerusalem, Is-
rael, the address of the Jewish
Agency in Israel.
A spokesman for the Agency
in New York said "no such piece
of literature was ever issued

Zionist Organization
Honors Ross' Memory

Tribute was paid this week by
the Zionist Organization of De-
troit to the memory of Gregory A.
Ross, who died on May 22.
In behalf of ZOD, its president,
Dr. Joel Hamburger, issued con-
dolences to the family recalling
Mr. Ross' many services to the
Zionist movement.
In most of Mr. Ross' 89
years, he had been associated with
the Zionist cause. Graduated from
Russian universities, Mr. Ross
practiced engineering in Russia,
later in Bulgaria, before coming
to the United States.
At Detroit Zionist meetings, be-
fore near-blindness prevented him
from traveling to meeting places,
he attended all local functions and
was sort of an historian, recalling
his Zionist work in Russia and
Bulgaria before becoming active in
the movement in this country.
Mr. Ross is survived by his wife,
Judith; a son, Victor G.; a daugh-
ter, Bella; and three grandchil-
dren.

George Walt, 76;
Had Wine Firm

by its (the Jewish Agency's)
information department in Jeru-
salem. It is entirely fraudulent
and designed for propaganda
purposes against Israel, and Jews
generally. It voices sentiments
never held by the Jewish Agen-
cy, the World Zionist Organi-
zation or the Israel government."
The document is crudely written
and contains misspelling and er-
rors of grammar. Its cover dis-
plays a Star of David with the
date June 5, 1967, the date of the
outbreak of the Six-Day War.
The text begins : "Jews the forth
(sic) anniversary of the vieotirous,
(sic) Six-Day War falls on the pe-
riod of new endeavors of the Israels
enemies aiming at deceitful de-
priving us of the regained lands of
our forefathers. The anti-Semites
and the Arabs joining their forces
together, backed by the Communist
block (sic) attempt to set up the
public opinion of the world against
the Jews. Several European coun-
tries for getting oil concessions are
backing the partitioning plans of
robbing Israel of her lands . . .
Those nations are owing a great
debt to Jews and Britain in par-
ticular because her crimes on the
Jewish nation can only be com-
pared with those committed by the
Germans. Israel is not only a
homeland for her citizens but a
country for all of the living Jews
all over the world . . . The Six-
Day War has proved once more
to the world that the United Jewish
nation is determined to sacrifice
everything, including the atomic
holocaust of the world in defense
its state in the historical beifinda-
i•es (sic). The very existence of
Israel in the present frontirs can-
not satisfy us. She must always
expand and consolidate her boun-
daires up to the moment when
all the lands of our forefathers will
be regained."
The text concludes with, "See
you next year in Jerusalem."
(The Sunday Telegraph in Lon-
don reports the expose of an at-
tempt by Soviet Embassy employes
to embarrass the Israeli Embassy
over the trials of Jews in Russia.
During a rumpus at the Russian
consulate May 13, Alan Freeman,
chairman of the Universities Com-
mittee for Soviet Jewry, left be-
hind a briefcase. According to the
Russians, it contained detailed
plans for anti-Soviet demonstra-
tions.
(Freeman said the documents
produced from the briefcase were
"perfectly genuine," but that the
Russians had written "to Israel
Embassy" at the bottom of a sheet
headed "Application for Special
Grant for Riga Trials." By adding
the words, said Freeman, the Rus-
sian Embassy made the commit-
tee appear as a "sinister organiza-
tion," sponsored by the Israel gov-
ernment.)

George Walt, former owner of
the Detroit Wine Co., dealing in
retail wine sales, died June 12
A bad cold wouldn't be so annoy-
at age 76.
ing if it weren't for the advice of
Born in New York, Mr. Walt, our friends. — Kin Hubbard.
15250 Saratoga, was a 45-year res
ident of Detroit. He was a life mem -
ber of Craftsman Lodge of the
The Family of the Late
Masons, Detroit Consistory and the
Moslem Shrine.
REBECCA
He leaves his wife, Elsie; a son,
Alan; a brother, Max of Miami
BIALICK
Beach; a sister, Mrs. Raymond
Acknowledges
with grate-
(Arline) Rothman; and four grand-
ful appreciation the many
children.
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
Unveilings
the family's recent be-
reavement.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

BRYNA ATLAS, 19785 Snow-
den, died June 12. She leaves her
husband, Ben; a son, Marvin; a
daughter, Mrs. Paul (Faygabeth)
•Rosen; two sisters and three
grandchildren.
* * *
RALPH BERG, 19340 Votrobeck,
died June 16. He leaves his wife,
Minnie; and nieces and nephews.

PEARL .BERKOWITZ, 29177
Lancaster, Southfield, died June
17. She leaves a son, Dr. Jack
Burke of East Grand Forks, Minn.;
and two daughters, Mrs. Harry
(Jean) •otocsky and Mrs. Harold
(Lillian) Sternfeld.

LOUIS BOGROW, 20308 Oak-
field, died June 10. Survived by
his wife, Rose; a son, Howard; a
daughter, Mrs. Solomon (Barbara)
Margolis; one brother, two sisters
and five grandchildren.,
*
*
LILLIAN BRODY, 325 W. Giles,
Windsor, died June 15. She leaves
a son, Lewis; a daughter, Mrs.
Abe (Doris) Schmeir of Detroit;
one brother, five grandchildren and
nine great-grandchildren.
J . *
SAM ISRAEL, former Detroiter
of St. Louis Park, Minn., died June
15. He leaves his wife, Betty; two
daughters, Mrs. Ronald (Linda)
Ellen of Minneapolis and Gail of
Detroit; one sister and five grand-
children. Interment Detroit.

Burton W. London, vice presi-
dent of the Bowling Proprietors
Association of Greater Detroit,
died June 13 at age 57.
Mr. London, 20672 Knob Woods,
Southfield, was owner for 20 years
of the Lucky Strike Bowling Alley,
6545 Grand River. Born in Port-
land, he was a 40-year Detroit
resident.
As a youth, Mr. London was in-
volved in the theater business, in
which his family had been pio-
neers during the 1920s and '30s.
He was a member of Tikvah Lodge,
Bnai Brith; and the Varsity Club.
He leaves his wife, Rhoda; a son,
Robert; and a sister, Mrs. Harold
(Bernice) Cohn of San Diego.

Father's Day at Cemetery

Rev. Herman Roth, sexton of
Bnai David Synagogue, will be at
Bnai David Cemetery Sunday,
Father's Day, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

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JULIUS SCHLAN, 4260 Buena
Vista, died June 10. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Geraldine
Gilley of Long Beach, Calif., and
Beatrice; one brother, one sister
and two grandchildren.
*
*
MAX WALLS, 102 South, Mount
Clemens, died June 12. Survived
by a son, Abe of the Bronx.
*
*
*
BEATRICE Y. WAYBURN, 428
S. Fox Hills, Bloomfield Hills, died
June 17. She leaves her husband,
Max; two sons, Ronald and Law-
rence; one brother and one sister.

DAVE ZEIDMAN, former De-
troiter of Durham, N. H., died June
16. Survived by a daughter, Mrs.
Herbert (Annette) Tischler; and
t w o grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.

WE REMEMBER
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following departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
recitation
Prayers,
of Kaddish and stu-
dying of Mishnayes.

Julian J. Slakter
Samuel A. Starr
Fannie Karol
Rose Schwartz
Zavil Cohen
John D. Smith
Etta Segerman
Rose Bernstein
Dwora Bigman
Koffe Kliman
Seymour J. Cohn
William Dubrinsky
011ie Penfil
Solomon Wnuk
Lloyd Weingarden
Sam Korman
Harris Buch
Benjamin Krause
Emma D. Dana
Sarah Zucker
David Rosenblum

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Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the

Leon Kohn
Jacob Faigenbaum
Samuel Levine
Joachim
Koenigsberg
Benjamin Steele
Samuel Kaplan
Dora Halpert
Rose Milinsky
Rae Levin
Morris Goldman
Pearl Goldman
Leonard Bennett
Harry Smith
Jake Tob:n
Sam Klaiman
Esther J.
Shugerman
Jenny Tkatch
A. Spiegelman
Isadore Weinstein
Ernest Grossman
Barney W. Weiner
Katherine H. Schey
Sam Gutman
Adolph Nemeroff

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DANIEL LIEBERGOTT, 12911
Wales, Huntington Woods, died
June 16. He leaves his mother,
Mrs. Rose Liebergott; two sisters,
Myra and Elaine; and his grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Fleischman.

Burton W. London, 57;
Owned Bowling Alley

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