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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-18

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Friday, May 18, 1919 63

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Begin Predicts Quick Peace Pact
After Negotiations With Lebanon

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel could sign a peace
agreement with Lebanon
after a day or two of negotia-
tions, Premier Menahem
Begin said Monday at a
luncheon with Bnai Brith in
Jerusalem.

Begin said Israel had no
territorial demands from
Lebanon. The agreement
with Lebanon could be fol
wed by similar agree-
ts with Jordan, Syria

Israel's Future

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Leon Dulzin, chairman of
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion and Jewish Agency
Executives, said Sunday
that the number of Jews liv-
ing creative lives in Israel
and the quality of life in the
Jewish state will determine
the future of Israel rather
than where its frontiers are
located.

The Family
of the Late

IDA L.
CHIMOFF

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, May 20, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Gorrelick will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 12:30
p.m. Sunday, June 3, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Nelson will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, May 20, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Gamze will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

The Family
of the Late

HYMAN
MILINSKY

IDA KRAUSE

-
Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 2 p.m.
Monday, May 28, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Schnipper and
Cantor Ackerman will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

Announces the un-
_veiling of a monument
in his memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, May 20, at
Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi
Rosenbaum will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.



The unveiling of a
monument in memory
of Sol Drapkin will be
held Sunday, May 20, at
11 a.m. at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Milton
Arm will officiate. Mr.
Drapkin was the
brother of Sally Fields
and Ginger Blair and
father of Dr. Harvey
Drapkin, Richard
Drapkin and Linda
Bogorad. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

Norman Levy, an ar-
chitect who designed the
Caucus Club and London
Chop House, among other
buildings, died May 12 at
age 71.
Born in Toledo, Ohio, Mr.
Levey headed Norman J.
Levey Associates for 30
years. He was graduated in
1932 from the University of
Michigan, where he ma-
jored in architecture.
He was a member of Tau
Sigma Delta Fraternity, the
American Institute of Ar-
chitects, Michigan Society
of Architects and Temple
Beth El.
Mr. Levey designed the
Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice Sheltered Workshop
and DIFC0-
Laboratories. He was the

FLORENCE LISS

MORRIS GOLD

the Islamic Conference in
Fez, Morocco, that
Jerusalem was the capi-
tal of Palestine. Since
Palestine was merely the
non-Hebrew name for
Eretz Yisrael it was true
that Jerusalem was the
capital of Palestine, he
said.
Begin
referred
to
Jerusalem as Jerusalem
D.C. — David's Capital.
"Just like Washington D.C.
will never be divided,
neither will Jerusalem
D.C.," he said.

Architect Norman Levey Dies

The Family
of the Late

The Family
of the Late

SOL
DRAPKIN'S
UNVEILING

and the rest of the Arab
world, he said.
Begin said that ever since
the peace agreement with
Egypt was signed, "we live
in a different world." He
noted that next month Is-
rael's navy will sail in the
Suez Canal, as an example
of the fast pace of normali-
zation.
But, added Begin, "We
still face many nrob-
lems." One of the major
problems is Jerusalem.
Begin said he agreed with
the resolution passed in

The Family
of the Late

JOSEPH J
STEINHART

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 20, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Leo Goldman will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

Detroit housing commis-
sioner from 1973 to 1974,
a trustee of the Detroit
Science Center, a
member of the board of
directors of JVS and vice
president of the Shiffman
Foundation from 1948 to
1977.
He leaves two sons,
Richard and Jim; a brother,
Mervin of Toledo; and one
grandson.

Shoshana Harris,
Kibutz Founder

Shoshana Harris (Esse
Marks), a former Detroiter
who was among the found-
ers of Kibutz Ein Dor, Is-
rael, died May 14 at age 54.

While in Detroit, Mrs.
Harris was active in the
Zionist movement, particu-
larly in Hashomer Hatzair.
She joined a group of De-
troiters who founded the
kibutz in Israel in 1948.
She is survived by her
husband, Matty; three sons,
David, Yoav and Hanan; a
daughter, Leah; a brother,
Dr. Daniel Marks of Detroit;
four sisters, Mrs. Harold
(Shirley) Strom of Detroit,
Marian Fuller of Detroit,
Mrs. Edward (Ruth Ann)
Jordan of- Silver Spring,
Md., and Judith Gordon of
Denver; and one
grandchild. Interment Is-
rael.

Rose Ziprin,
Wife of Editor--
NEW YORK (JTA) —

Rose Ziprin, wife of Nathan
Ziprin, the former editor of
Seven Arts Features Syndi-
cate, died Saturday at age
80.
Born in Lithuania, she
came to the United States at
an early age. Mrs. Ziprin
was a descendant of famous
rabbis and scholars.

In Memoriam

In loving memory of our
dear mother, Ida Pevin,
who passed away May 21,
1942, five days in Sivan.
Sadly missed by son George
and daughters Mrs. Betty
Fisher, Elsie and Sylvia.

(

OBITUARIES

ROSE COHEN, 83,
24300 Civic Center Dr.,
Southfield, died May 12.
Survived by a son, Hyman;
a sister, Mrs. Louis (Lillian)
Meltzer; five grandchildren
and seven great-
grandchildren.
* * *
HARRY D. DAVIS, 83,
died May 15. He leaves his
wife, Celia; a daughter,
Mrs. Irving (Dorothy)
Roder; a brother, Samuel;
and two grandsons.
* * * •
ELIZABETH
DEUTSCH, 82, 18470 New
Hampshire, Southfield,
died May 15. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Julius
(Ruth) Novick and Mrs.
Donald (Maxine) Schiller;
three sisters, Mrs. Barney
(Mell) Barnett, Mrs. Harry
(Anne) Howard of Sun City,
Ariz., and Rebecca Ehrin-
pries of New York; four
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
* * *
MAY ETKIN, 91, died
May 14. She leaves a son,
Ben; a daughter, Mrs. Lil-
lian Kogan of California;
five grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
* * *
JEAN FISHER, 77,
15407 Northgate, Oak
Park, died May 9. Survived
by her husband, Sam; three
sons, Albert Tobin of Nor-
cross, Ga., Seymour of Man-
lius, N.Y., and Dr. Walter of
Geneva, Ill.; a sister, Mrs.
Jenny Pearlman; and six
grandchildren.
** *
EDWARD GRAY, 76,
23237 Providence Dr.,
Southfield, died May 11. He
leaves his wife, Pearl; two
daughters, Mrs. Lois Gor-
don and Mrs. Larry (Rise)
Silverstein of London, On-
tario; a brother, Abraham; a
sister, Mrs. Celia Rimmer of
Liverpool, England; and
five grandchildren.
** *
LILLIAN A. LEVINE,
82, died May 12. She leaves
a son, Harold; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Herbert (Huddy)
Arons and Mrs. Betty Rol-
lins; two brothers, Louis
Goodman of Lake Worth,
Fla., and Sidney Goodman

Prof. Eulogized

NEW YORK — U.S.
Supreme Court Justice
Byron White delivered the
eulogy Tuesday at a Colum-
bia University memorial
service for Prof. Charles
Frankel and his wife, Helen
Lehman Frankel, who were
murdered last week during
a robbery at their Bedford
Hills home.
Dr. Frankel was professor
of philosophy and public af-
fairs at Columbia and direc-
tor of the new National
Humanities Center in
Raleigh, N.C.

of Lansing; a sister, Selma
Goodman; 11 grandchildren
and one great-
granddaughter.
* * *
JOSEPH LOOMUS, 77,
died May 16. He leaves a
son, Dr. Gerald; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Donald (Maxine)
Ruskin and Mrs. Sanford
(Maureen) Kornweise; two
sisters, Mrs. Abe (Lena) Be-
rlin and Mrs. Harry (Becky)
Stein; and seven
grandchildren. Services 10
a.m. today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.
** *
MURRAY J. MINUS,
75, died May 15. He leaves
his wife, Ida; two daughters,
Mrs. Bob (Marilyn) Freed-
man of Florida and Linda of
Warren; two brothers, Sam
and Philip; a sister, Mrs.
Adolph (Nettie) Halpert of
Florida; four grandchildren
and two great-
grandchildren.
•* *
REGINA
W.
PERLMUTTER, 78, of El
Paso, Texas, died May 10.
She leaves a son, George of
California; two daughters,
Mrs. Mayer (Eva) Schwartz
of Israel and Mrs. Allan (Be-
tty) Weiner of Farmington
Hills; one brother, one sister
and eight grandchildren.
Interment in El Paso.
** *
ESTHER REDER, 82,
former Detroiter of North
Miami Beach, Fla., died
May 11. Survived by a son,
William; a daughter, Mrs.
Martin (Alice) Rafal; five
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

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LEANORA
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STRAUSS, 91, died May
13. She leaves three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Robert (Barbara)
Friedenberg, Mrs. Bernard
(Nancy) Axelrad and Mrs.
Leo (Virginia) Jacobs; a
brother, Edward Tobias; 10
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.
* * *
HARRY WEINSTEIN,
73, former Detroiter of
Chicago, Ill., died May 9.
Survived by his wife, Be-
ssie; three sons, Jack Wynn
of Lincolnwood, Ill., Morris
of Skokie, Ill., and Rudy of
Chicago; a sister, Mrs.
Sarah Winokur of Oak
Park; and seven
grandchildren. Interment
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During the coming
week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the Yahr-
zeits of the follow-
ing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnavos.

GUSSIE ANSTANDIG
SAMUEL BASCHIN
RACHEL BERNSTEIN
OLGA FEKETE
IDA KOVINSKY
LAURA WETSTEIN
YANKA EISLER
ROSENBERG
SHIRLEY S. GLICKER
ABRAHAM ZWERLING
JACK B. MICKEL
MOSE BARNETT
CHAIM A. CORMAN
ABRAHAM FINE
EVA SARAH KATZ
WILLIAM RASKIN
JACOB JOSEPH SIMON
ANN SHINDLER WOLK
LILLIE BLOCH
MAX COHEN
ADOLPH E. FELL
JEANETTE M. GOLDBERG
ALBERT L. JASLOVE
SARA KANER
BEN NOSANCHUCK
SYLVIA RABINOVITZ
SAMUEL WOHL
JACOB DOMOWICH
PEARL LEADER
LOUIS MORRISON
SARAH NATHAN
HARRY PENFIL
RAYMOND ROSENBERG
ZAVEL SILBER
LOUIS ZEFF
IDA FRIEDLANDER
BESSIE LANDGARTEN
ABRAHAM SACHS
PHILIP SCHLUSSEL
CHAJA RACHEL SIWEK
TILLIE SNYDER
DOROTHY TEREBELO
SAM KLEIMAN
AARON LEIDERMAN
CHARLES LESSER
REGINA LEVI
BORIS J. SHEAWITZ
MORRIS SKLAR
EVA STEIN
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