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June 26, 1987 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-26

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Sidney A. Deitch

"Serving the Jewish community with
traditional dignity and understanding"

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

HEBREW
MEMORIAL
CHAPEL

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Park
Neighborhood
Association.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Louis; a daughter, Sarah
Markowitz; two sons, Daniel of
Chelsea and Barney of
Oklahoma; a brother, Raymond
Sokolov of Sarasota, Fla.; and
four grandchildren.

Hyman Rothstein

Hyman Rothstein, co-owner
of the Vienna Wholesale
Delicatessen in Detroit, died
June 19 at age 65.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr.
Rothstein lived more than 50
years in Detroit. He was a
member of Jewish War
Veterans and M.C. Zeiger Lodge
of B'nai B'rith.
He leaves his wife, Adell; two
sons, Mark and Dr. Larry; a
daughter, Mrs. Todd (Elaine)
Turkin; two sisters, Mrs. Alan
(Temi) Finkelstein of Brooklyn,
N.Y., and Mrs. Theodore (Iris)
Radin of Hallandale, Fla.; and
one granddaughter.

Sidney Ersher

Sidney Ersher, one of the
founders of the Mandell-Zager
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, died June
24 at age 77.
Born in Albany, N.Y., Mr. Er-

sher was the first president of
the lodge. He was a member of
the Zager-Stone-Tucker-Grant
Lodge of B'nai B'rith at the
time of his death. He also was
in the industrial equipment
business.
He leaves his wife, Freda; two
sons, Edward and Mitchell; two
daughters, Mrs. Marvin
(Judith) Weinstein and Susan;
a brother, Benjamin; three
sisters, Mrs. Ella Cohen, Mrs.
Anna Tanzman and Mrs. Harry
(Clara) Gordon of California;
four grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

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at age 87.
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Avadenka was a volunteer at
the Pontiac Osteopathic
Hospital.
She leaves a son, Edward; a
brother, Morris Kerness of
Duluth, Minn.; two sisters, Mrs.
William (Evelyn) Keller of Los
Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Mabel
Becker of Union City, Calif.;
five grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

Peres Pushes Europe
On Peace Conference

Paris (JTA) — Israeli Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres arrived
in London last Monday to begin
an eight-day round of meetings
with Western European leaders
to consolidate their support for
an international conference for
Middle East peace.
Peres and his Labor Party col-
leagues favor such a forum as
a step to direct negotiations
between Israel and the Arab
states. But Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir and Likud are
fiercely opposed. Peres hopes to
obtain public backing from
European leaders who seem in-
clined to favor the plan.
During his stay in London,
Peres will confer with Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher,
Foreign Secretary Sir Geoffrey
Howe and Tory and opposition
leaders in Parliament.
In Paris, he will hold meet-
ings with President Francois
Mitterrand, Premier Jacques
Chirac and Foreign Minister
Jean-Vernard Raymond.
Peres will visit Bonn to meet
with Chancellor Helmut Kohl
and Foreign Minister Hans-
Dietrich Genscher. He will also
visit Switzerland, mainly for a
rest, but he has a meeting
scheduled in Bern with Foreign
Minister Pierre Aubert.
However, diplomatic obser-
vers expect no movement on the
plan for the next six months.

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One reason is that the rotating
chairmanship of the European
Economic Community's (EEC)
Council of Ministers will be
taken over on July 1 by Den-
mark, which is considered the
most pro-Israel of the 12 EEC
member states and not likely to
act unless there is a consensus
in Israel.

Neo-Nazi Gets
Murder Charge

Bonn (JTA) — Odfried Hepp,
the 29-year-old leader of a neo-
Nazi gang described by police
as violent and dangerous, has
been charged in Frankfurt with
the attempted murder of an
American soldier. He is also
charged with membership in a
terrorist organization.
Hepp was extradited to West
Germany from France last
January. According to the state
prosecutor, he and others plac-
ed explosives under the car of
an American soldier in Butz-
bach, West Germany in
December 1982. The soldier
was seriously injured.
Hepp's activities include
bank robberies, circulating
anti-Semitic propaganda and
displaying Nazi symbols, accor-
ding to police.

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