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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Maurice Boukstein, Zionist
Leader, NY Attorney

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Maurice Boukstein, It- dis-
tinguished American
Zionist leader and New
York attorney, died Nov. 18
at age 75.
Since 1946 he served as
legal adviser to the Jewi -ib.
Agency and the World
Zionist Organization. In
that capacity, in 1952, he
negotiated with Premier
David Ben-Gurion the
enactment by the Knesset of
the Law of Status of the
-7, rld Zionist Organization
Lid the Jewish Agency
which he brought up to date
in 1979.
Mr. Boukstein was
actively involved in de-
veloping the legal
framework of the leading
organizations assisting in
the development of Israel:
the United Jewish Appeal
and the United Palestine
Appeal-United Israel. Ap-
peal which he served as
legal adviser for four de-
cades. He was also the gen-
eral counsel to Hadassah.
Mr. Boukstein drafted
the agreement which re-
sulted in the reconstitu-
tion of the Jewish Agency
for Israel in 1971. He was
directly involved in, and
made major contribu-
tions to the negotiations
with the Federal Repub-
lic of Germany for com-
pensation and indemnifi-
cation for victims of Nazi
persecution.
He was chairman of the
board and president and the
founder and for three de-
cades the counsel of the
Conference on Jewish
Material Claims Against
Germany. He was also a
former JTA board member.
Actively engaged in

The Family
of the Late

.ESTELLE
SULKIN

Announces the un-
veiling of a' monument
in her memory 10 a.m.
Sunday, Nov. 30, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Milton Arm and
Cantor Barry Ulrych
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

DR. ROBERT B.
GOLDBERG

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the sympathy and con-
tributions offered by
relatives and friends in
his blessed memory.

In Memory Of
Our Beloved
Mother and
Grandmother

Dr. Donald Kurtz

Zionist affairs since 1932,
Mr. Boukstein was a
member of the board of goV-
ernors and in 1970-1971
served as chairman of the
executive council of the
Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence in Rehovot, Israel. He
also was legal adviser and
one of the founders of the
American Committee for
the Weizmann Institute.
The institute awarded him
an honorary doctorate in
1976. •
He served on numerous
Zionist bodies, including
the American Zionist
Emergency Council, the
Zionist Organization of
America and Jewish Na-
tional Fund.

Freda Steinberg

Dr. Donald Kurtz, an in-
structor at Harvard Medical
School and a neurologist in
private practice at Boston-
area hospitals, died Nov. 5
at age 41.
A native Detroiter, Dr.
Kurtz made his home in
Newton Centre, Mass. He
was graduated from the
University of Michigan and
its medical school.
He studied at the School
of Neurology. in London,
England, and did research
at the National Institute of
Health in Bethesda. He was
a resident at Boston City
Hospital and a research fel-
low at Massachusetts Gen
eral Hospital.
Dr. Kurtz was a
member of the American
Academy of Neurology,
American Medical
Society. He was on the
staffs of several hospi-
tals.
Dr. Kurtz was a member
of Temple Beth Avodah in
Newton Centre.
He is survived by his wife,
Natalie; two sons, Jonathan
and Kenneth; a daughter,
Karen; his mother, Mrs.
Irvin J. (Henrietta) Kurtz of
Southfield; two sisters, Jane
Rodney of New Jersey and
Carol Feinberg of New York
City. Interment Borton.

.

Israel Museum
Displays Statue

Florence, Clifford and Gerald Striph,
The Family of the Late

NEWELL DENTON

Announces the unveiling of a monument
in his memory 10 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 30, at
Adat Shalom Memorial Park. Rabbi Harold
Loss will officiate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

GERTRUDE
KORT

Who passed away
Dec. 11, 1979. You are
always in our hearts
and memory. Sadly mis-
sed by your children
and grandchildren.

• se.

TI-1E IM

OBITUARIES

ROSE BERKOWITZ,
84, died Nov. 22. Survived
by a son, Edward; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ann Lessing; three
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

* * *

EDGAR BROWN, 76,
died Nov. 22. He leaves his
wife, Edith; two sons,
Ronald and Harry of Cherry
Hill, N.J.; three brothers,
James, George and David of
Port Richie, Fla.; two sis-
ters, . Mrs. Pearl Samit
Schwartz and Mrs. Sylvia
Schneider; , and five
grandchildren.

* * *

,

Freda Frank Steinberg,
active in Jewish women's
and communal organiza-
tions, died Nov. 24 at age 91.
Born in New York, Mrs.
Steinberg lived 85 years in
Detroit. She was an honor-
ary life member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and former
board member of its sister-
hood. She was a life member
of Hadassah, Women's
American ORT, Sinai Hos-
pital Guild and the Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Rebecca Warren
Women.
Rebecca Warren, a
She leaves two sons,
Robert E. and William of member of Jewish com-
Ann Arbor; a daughter, munal organizations, died
Mrs. Harold (Beatrice) , Nov. 24 at age 90.
Born in Russia, she was
Helper; Hope Steinberg; a
brother, Seymour Frank; a past president of Kinneret
Chapter of Pioneer Women
sister, Mrs. Gertrude Kopel;
five grandchildren and one and its current treasurer
and past secretary of
great-grandson.
Workmen's Circle Branch
Isadore Shapiro
156.
Isadore Shapiro, a
She leaves a son, George;
member of communal a daughter, Mrs. Albert
organizations in Detroit, (Geraldine) Ziff; a sister,
died Nov. 22 in North Mrs. Louisa Stein; four
Miami Beach, Fla. He was grandchildren and two
86.
great-grandchildren.
Born in Russia, Mr. Shap-
iro lived 60 years in Detroit
and for the past eight years
in Florida. He was a
member of Pisgah Lodge of
JERUSALEM — A
Bnai Brith, Zionist Organ- bronze, armorclad statue of
ization of America, Hebrew Hadrian is on show at the
Benevolent Society, Israel Museum as a special
,Berditchev-Zitomer Aid exhibit. The statue, in
Society and Histadrut.
over-life-size, consists of
He is survived by his wife, melted down fragments
Rose; three sons, William of found by chance near Bet
Inverness, Fla., Herman G. Shean.
of Oak Park and David of
Hadrian, suppressed the
Southfield; a daughter, Mrs. Jews in the Bar Kochba war
Morris (Rose) Moss of Oak in 135 CE, some 65 years
Park; 11 grandchildren and after the burning of the Sec-
eight great-grandchildren.
ond Temple.

RUTH FIELDING, 68,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Nov.
19. Survived by two sons,
Robert and Kenneth, both of
Los Angeles; a daughter,
Susan Kohler of Los
Angeles; a brother, George
I. Fisher of Oak Park; and
seven grandchildren. In-
terment Los Angeles.

ters, Mrs. Frank (Eleanor)
Pereira and Mrs Albert
(Frances) Mitchell, both of
Birmingham; 10
grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren. In-
terment Hallandale.

* * *

FLORENCE
N.
REINHEIMER, 88, died
Nov. 20. She leaves two
sons, Herbert N. and Alan
C.; a daughter, Mrs. Ruth
Rothschild; and six
grandchildren.

***

SOLOMON "SAM"
GRAND, 69, died Nov. 20.
He leaves his wife, Hattie; a
son, Michael; two brothers,
David and Albert; a sister,
Mrs. Albert (Lillian)
Weiner; and two
grandchildren.

.

* * *

LOUIS JACOBSON, 84,
died Nov. 21. He leaves
nieces and nephews, includ-
ing Ben Stucker, Ben Wein-
berg, Fanny Michaels, Syl-
via Alpert, Rose Karbel,
Selma Mallon, Betty
LaBelle, Morris Jacobson
and Tillie Becker.

* * *

DR. HENRY. E.
KNIGHT,65, died Nov. 23.
He leaves his wife, Beatrice;
two sons, Dr. Robert Novin
and Sanford Novin; and
three brothers, Sidney, Ed-
ward and Leo.

* * *

RAE CHERTOFF
LEVINE, 87, former De-
troiter of Los Angeles,
Calif., died Nov. 21. Sur-
vived by a son, Morrey
Chertoff of Sherman Oaks,
Calif.; a daughter, Mrs.
Mildred Kotzer of Colum-
bus, Ohio; a sister, Edna
Fedowitz of Las Vegas,
Nev.; and four
grandchildren. Interment
Los Angeles.

* * *

DAVID LUTREN, 53,
died Nov. 19. He leaves his
wife, Jean; a son, Robert; a
daughter, Mrs. Paul
(Sandra) Seltzer; a brother,
Charles; a sister, Mrs.
Elaine Harelik; and one
granddaughter.
* * *
CHARLES MINO-
WITZ, former Detroiter of
Hallandale, Fla., died Nov.
20. Survived by his wife,
Ruth; a son, Abraham of
_Birmingham; two daugh-

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18325 W. 9 Mile Rd. Southfield

JOSEPH TOIVEY
TEITELBAUM, 14, died;
Nov. 23. SUrvived by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. David
(Liva) Teitelbaum; a
brother, Zanvel; five sisters,
Rivka, Mrs. Moshe (Leah)
Felder of Monsey, N.Y.,
Charlie, Esther and Chavie.

WE REMEMBER

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.

* * *

SANFORD
LEO
ROSENBERG, 75, died
Nov. 22. Survived by his
wife, Betty.

WILLIAM ROTTEN-
BERG, 88, died Nov. 24. 'He
leaves a son, Edward
Rothenberg; a daughter,
Mrs. Kurt (Belle)
Doernberg of Chevy Chase,
Md.; four grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.

* * *

* * *

NAOMI GLANZ, 64,
died Nov. 21. She leaves

nieces and nephews.

KAUfMAN

Directors of Funerals

Friday, November 28, 1980 81

HYMAN RUDOLPH,
71, former Detroiter of
Margate, Fla., died Nov. 23.
Survived by his wife, Rose; a
son, Lewis C. of Detroit; a
brother, Leo of Southfield; a
sister, Mrs. Lillian Weiss of
Royal Oak; and one
grandchild.

* * *

LEE SCHECHTER, 72,
died Nov. 24. She leaves her
husband, Hyman; four sons,
Neal, Ronald, Robert and
Howard of Stinson Beach,
Calif.; two brothers, Macs
Leitman and Sherwood
Leaman; and eight
grandchildren.

Sidney A. Deitch

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GERTRUDE GRUNT
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ROSE LEVY
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