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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6 April 23, 1976

Israel, Syria Role in Lebanon Cited

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
President Ford praised both
Syria and Israel Monday for
having "acted very responsi-
bly" in the Lebanon crisis.

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He said that if the crisis is Heights which expires at
resolved and a central gov- the end of next month.
He predicted "additional
ernment is again function-
ing in Lebanon "then the re- headway" in the Middle
straint Syria has had and East if Israel and the Pales-
the restraint Israel has had tine Liberation Organiza-
will have gotten the Middle tion are able to resolve their
East off one of the most po- differences. He stressed
tential, volatile situations in that "those two parties will
have to make that decision."
recent months there."
While Ford was speak-
The President also dis-
closed that the U.S. is ing to Texas reporters in
"working with the parties" Washington, his press sec-
in the Mideast for an exten- retary, Ron Nessen, brief-
Lion of the mandate of the ing newsmen at the White
United Nations Disengage- House, indicated the ex-
ment observer Force pansion of U.S. tolerance
(UNDOF) on the Golan of Syrian intervention in
Lebanon.
Peres: West Bank
He said "the United
States opposes outside mili-
Election Harmless
tary intervention that could
JERUSALEM (JTA) — lead to a military confronta-
Defense Minister Shimon tion or to a Middle East
Peres said that the sweep- war." That was a departure
ing victory of Palestinian from Secretary of State
nationalists and radicals in Henry A. Kissinger's state-
the West Bank municipal ment last December that
elections last week should the U.S. opposed military
not be viewed as "a day of intervention in Lebanon
mourning for Israel," but from "any quarter" without
rather as a challenge which the qualifying reference to
the nation could success- confrontation or war.
fully face.
He said that, as an Israeli, U.S. Destroyer
he was proud that free, to Dock in Haifa
democratic elections had
been conducted in an or-
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
derly manner.
American missile-carrying
destroyer U.S.S. Mahan will
L L9 L - LSS
be at Haifa Wednesday,
May 2 as a guest of the Is-
raeli Navy which will pro-
uee.I6Jan3 79 zj.
vide entertainment and
tours of the country for her
L 'ON sinew Jatisom
complement of 22 officers
uos!ADa .ieIxea
and 335 enlisted men.

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OBITUARIES

SIMA AARON, 1200
Berkshire, Grosse Pointe
Park, died April 20. she
leaves two sons, Barney and
Morris of Montreal; a
daughter, Mrs. David (Sally)
Berman of Brooklyn, N.Y.;
10 grandchildren and 16
great-grandchildren.

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ANNA CROSS died
April 17. She leaves two
nieces, Mrs. George (Lois)
Dupnack and Mrs. Norman
(Sadie) Coltin of Montreal,
Canada; and two nephews,
Harold Moses and Sidney
Leon of Windsor.
* * *
NATHAN CUTLER,
24631 Kenosha, Oak Park,
died April 16. Survived by a
brother, Arthur; and two
sisters, Mrs. Jennie Barron
and Lena.

*

SKY, 15221 Northgate
Blvd., Oak Park, died April
10. Survived by his wife,
Anna; seven grandchildren
and six great-grandchil-
dren.
* * *
SIDNEY FINN (FI-
NEBERG), 29810 Ruther-
land N., Southfield, died
April 18. Survived by a son,
Leonard Finn; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Monte (Marcia)
Masserman and Ms. Tama
Malamud; five brothers in
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and 10 grandchildren.
* * *
GOLD-
PAULINE
BERG, 22401 Foster Winter
Dr., Southfield, died April
19. Survived by three
daughters, Mrs. Joseph
(Irene) Rodman, Mrs. Irwin
(Mary) Borkin and Mrs.
Carl (Gertrude) Pearl; seven
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren. Serv-
ices 12:30 p.m. today at
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.
* * *
CY R. GOLDE, 26715
Greenfield, Southfield, died
April 18. Survived by a sis-
ter, Mrs. Benjamin (Bessie)
Ager of Miami Beach, Fla.;
a niece, Mrs. Paul (Shirley)
Sabo of Southfield; and a
nephew, Dr. Jerome M.
Winkler of Southfield.
* * *
PHILLIP GOLDMAN,
26051 Lahser, Southfield,
died April 15. Survived by
two sons, Julius and Joseph;
and three grandchildren.
* * *
HENRY M. GOT-
TLIEB, 26051 Lahser,
Southfield, died April 16.
Survived by a sister, Fannie.
* * *
HENRIETTA GRAND,
19900 Kentfield, died April
19. Survived by her hus-
band, Albert; a son, Mark; a
daughter, Julie; two broth-
ers, Irwin Reid and Herbert
Rosenberg; two sisters, Mrs.
Joseph (Eileen) Allan and
Mrs. Bernard (Sarah) Kes-
sler of Spring Valley, N.Y.
* * *
ELSIE ANNETTE
GRANITZ, 19463 Schaefer,
died April 19. Survived by
her husband, Louis; a son,
Harold; a brother, Victor
Ross; and a sister, Mrs. Jack
(Roselle) Tausend; and one
grandchild. Services 10 a.m.
today at Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.
* *
REBECCA GREEN-
BERG, 19100 W. Seven
Mile, died April 15. Sur-
vived by two sons, Louis
Green and Dr. Harry H.
Greenberg of Delavan, Wis.;
and two grandchildren.
* * *
CARL MANELA, 1235
South Maple, Ann Arbor,
died April 19. Survived by
his wife, Rachel; a son, Ro-
ger; and a brother, Meyer of
Oak Park.
* * *
PHILIP MILLER, 31371
Stone Wood Ct., Farming-
ton Hills, died April 15. He
leaves his wife, Geneva;
three sons, Herbert, James
A. and David D.; two grand-
children and one great-
grandchild.
* * *
JEANNETTE MOS-
KOWITZ died April 15. She
leaves her husband, Samuel;
two daughters, Mrs. Gerald
(Marilyn) Herman and Mrs.
David (Brenda) Kaplan;
three brothers, Ben Zup-
nitske, Bernard Zuppke of

Cape Coral, Fla., and Isa-
dore Zuppke; a sister, Mrs.
Jacob (Dora) Cohen; and
four grandchildren.
* * *
LOUIS MYERS died
April 20. He leaves three
sons, Sol, David and Wil-
liam of Houston, Texas; two
daughters, Mrs. Alex
(Edith) Friedman and Mrs.
Milton (Rose) Markovitz; 16
grandchildren and 11 great-
grandchildren.
* * *
GLADYS OLEN died
April 20. She leaves her hus-
band, Sam L.; two sons,
Ronald and Kenneth;
brothers, Nathan Wat
and David Watkins.
* * *
DAVID HARRY SIL-
VER, former Detroiter of
San Francisco, died April
11. Survived by his wife,
Hanna; a son, Sol of Sausal-
ito, Calif.; two brothers,
Meyer and Jack, both of
New Haven, Conn.; and
three grandchildren. Inter-
ment San Francisco.
* * *
IRA SLEW, 300 W.
Breckenridge, Ferndale,
died April 16. He leaves his
wife, Helen; and two daugh-
ters, Suzette and Denise.

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*

SOPHIA WEISBERG,
26715 Greenfield, South-
field, died April 17. Survived
by two daughters, Mrs.
Harvey (Eileen) Gross and
Mrs. Marc (Rhea) Druck-
man; two brothers, Sam
Weingarden and Leo Wein-
garden; three sisters, Mrs.
Ethel Rosenberg, Mrs. Al-
bert (Mollie) Gordon and
Shirley Weingarden; and
seven grandchildren.
* * *
JACOB J. WOLK, 25300
Lahser, Southfield, died
April 16. Survived by a son,
David L.; and two grandchil-
dren.

Philip

Zald, 48

Philip Zald, owner of
Postal Instant Press in Ann
Arbor for the past five
years, died April 14 at age
48.
A native of Ann Arbor,
Mr. Zald was co-owner of
Gordon's Grocery in Ypsi-
lanti prior to his ownership
of the printing company. He
was a member of Cong.
Beth Israel in Ann Arbor,
Bnai Brith and the Ann
Arbor Chamber of Com-
merce.
He leaves his wife, Irma;
a son, Harold S.; two daugh-
ters, Roberta L. and Anne
,r
E.; and a brother, Dr. I\
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of Nashville, Tenn.

Veracity

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Judaism commands us to
practice veracity so that our
"Aye" be "Aye" and our
"Nay" be "Nay." It forbids
misrepresentation, hypoc-
risy, simulation and every
kind of sham.

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