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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-07

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44 Friday, October 7, 1977
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On- the . -days
-judg-
ement, God sits on His
throne of justice and admin-
isters to all their deserts in
accordance with their con-
duct. -

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Births

ROTH

* * *

Certified Mohel

557-0888

RABBI S. ZACHARIASH

Specialized._

MOHEL

or Hospital

557.:9666

RABBI DR. - LEO

GOLDMAN

Sept. 19—To former
Detroiter Ira E. Hoffman
and Mrs. Hoffman of Lon-
don, England, a son. Wil-
liam Guy.
* * *
Sept. 19—To Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Raimi (Ruthy
Goren) of Kibutz Beit Hash-
itta, Israel, a son, Moay.
* * *
Aug. 28—To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard R. Pierce (Connie
Jacobs), 2778 Comfort, West
Bloomfield, a daughter,
Jamie Lauren.
* * *
Aug. 25—To Dr. and Mrs.
Howard Finnk (Lynn Mar-
golin), 34347 _Lakehurst,
Farmington Hills, a son,
Steven David.

* * *

Sept. 26—To Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford Markovitz (Karen
Rocklin), 26160 W. 12 Mile,
Southfield, a daughter,
Erica Lyn.

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Sept. 28—To Dr. and Mrs.
Kenneth A. Edelman (Enid
Rose Fraiberg), 4520 Pine
Village Dr., West
Bloomfield_, a son, David
Aaron.
* * *
Sept. 27—To Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Malley (Wendy
Manson), 26422 Summerdale
Dr., Southfield, a son, David
Joshua.

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Sept. 23—To Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Partrich -(Loree
Binder), 20985 Independ-
ence, Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Dana Brpoke.

Sept. 29—To Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Frumkin (Nancy Bur-
meister) of Southfield, a
daughter, Rachel Marie.

REV. HERSHL

_

Edward Fleischman 80th Birthday
Draws Communal, Oil Firm Honors

547-8555

Cantor Sidney

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Sept. 26—To Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Korobkin, 21530 Con-
cord Ct., Southfield, a
daughter, Jill Renee.
* * *
Sept. 25—To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Hamburger (Merrill
Ann Hoffman), 31520 Stone-
wood Ct. E., Farmington
Hills; a daughter, Laura
Elizabeth.

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Aug. 18—To Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Zerkel (Linda Weis-
berg) of Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Erika Helene.

LONDON (JTA)—The
British Labor Party, tradi-
tionally friendly towards
Israel, is being pressed by
pro-Arab supporters to issue
a statement recognizing the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization as the representative
of the Palestinian people.
The proposals were made
recently at a meeting of the
special Middle East sub-
committee of the Party's
International Affairs Com-
mittee under the chairman-
ship of Eric Heffer, a for-
Ther minister.
The meeting, held on
Rosh Hashana, was not
attended by two members
who represent the British
Poale Zion, an affiliate of
the Labor Party. They are
expected to oppose the draft
statement at the next meet-
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October.

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The encomia were
expressed privately and in
brief greetings by members
of the family and Rabbi
Irwin I. Groner at a birth-
day party- at Knollwood
Country- Club, Sept. 24. The
party was given by their
children. Rose Liebergott,
Marvin and Sharon Fleisch-
man and Alvin and Fannie
Robinson. The Fleischmans'
nine grandchildren being
part of the hosting group.

Born in Russia. Fleisch-
man came to this country at
the age of 16. He was a
newspaper distributor in
New Haven, Conn. He came
to Detroit_ at the age of 20
and was in several impor-
tant business enterprises
before entering the oil dis-
tribution business in which
he now ranks among the
outstanding leaders in the
Midwest.
He organized the Peerless
Oil Distributing Co. in 1932

Pro-Arabs Pressuring British
Labor Party to Recognize PLO

* * *

399-7194 — 547-7970

Community agencies'
associates, co-workers in
the agencies of aid to the
aged. and associates in the
oil industry joined in honor-
ing. Edward I. Fleischman
on his 80th birthday.

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The meeting had been
asked to press for an early
British statement agreeing
with the recent American
State Department call for
Palestinian representation
at the Geneva conference.
Heffer, who is prominent
in the Labor Friends of
Israel, argued that such a
statement would further
harm the prestige and
morale of the Israeli Labor
_Party in the wake • of its
electoral defeat. However,
he felt that Israel will even-
tually have to deal with the
PLO and he may put this
view to Yigal Allon when
the former Israeli Foreign
Minister visits Britain for
the forthcoming Labor
Party conference.

Primarily interested in
aiding the aged. Fleischman
held many official posts in
the Jewish Home for the
Aged and served the agency
as president, presently
remaining active as a mem-
ber of the board.

Under his leadership, the
Jewish Home for the Aged
expanded in its nresent
building and consummated
plans for additional exten-
sive services for the elderly.

Fleischman also served
on the boards of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, the Jewish
Welfare Federation, the
Jewish Community Center
and Federation Apartments.
Besides having organized
and continuing to head the
Peerless Distributing Co.,
which is marketing petro-
leum products, Fleischman
is chairman of the boards of
Lakeside Refining Co.,
Kalamazoo, Mich., and
Crystal Refining Co., Car-
son City, Mich.
Before organizing the
Peerless Co. in 1932,

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PHILADELPHIA—When
Davi__Zinkoff. announcer for
the Philadelphia 76er bas- .
ketball team, asked his
friend, violinist Isaac Stern.
what he could bring to Con-
necticut during arecent
visit, Stern said, "Bring me
a Stradivarius or a platter
from Famous Deli."
Zinkoff had. the Phila-
delphia deli prepare a plat-
ter in a violin case and
drove to Connecticut to pre-
sent it to Stern.

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Quebec Jews
Subject of Study

MONTREAL (JTA)—The
Canadian Jewish Congress
(CJC) and the Allied Jewish
Community Services
(AJCS) have set up a Que-
bec Policy Research
Institute to find out how
many Jews are leaving the
province and the reasons for
doing so.
The institute, which has a
two-year mandate. will be
headed by Irwin Cotler, a
law professor at McGill Uni-
versity. There will be five
members from the CJC,
five from the AJCS and five
from academic circles. The
institute has a budget of
$250.000 which has been pro-
vided by leading Jewish
businessmen. All findings
will be made public.

Fleischman had an inter-
esting business career. He
was a foreman at the Max-
well Auto Co. and later
managed cab services. He
owned the Detroit Jitney
Co. and was a member of
the board of the Detroit
Checker Co. He was the
manager of the Navin Field
Garage. He also became a
Chevrolet car distributor
and retains a partnership in
the Trumbull Chevrolet
Agency.
The Fleischmans
just celebrated their
wedding anniversary.
Fleischman was married in
Detroit to the former Freda
Moehlman in 1918.

and became associated with
numerous business enter-
prises, and his business
interests in no sense sty-
mied his communal
concerns.

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