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May 20, 1988 - Image 139

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-20

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Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

died May 1. Survived by his
wife, Gertrude; a daughter,
Judy Aufhauser of San Fran-
cisco, Calif.; a son, Steve
Millman of San Diego; and
five grandchildren. Interment
San Diego.

LEONARD F. SCHWART-
ZMAN, 78, former Detroiter

Gardner, bet.
Coolidge & Greenfield

399-2711, Eve. 626-0330

of Bay Harbor, Fla., died May
14. He leaves a son, Richard
of Southfield; a daughter,
Mrs. Harold (Carole) Blacher
of Southfield; and three
grandchildren.

SAY
IT
WITH
TREES

FRANCES POULIN, 88,

former Detroiter of Gulfport,
Fla., died May 13. Survived
by her husband, Maurice; a
daughter, Mrs. Greta Cash of
Sunrise, Fla.; and two
granddaughters.

DOUGLAS A. PURTHER,

82, died May 11. He leaves his
wife, Shirley; two sons,
Franklin and Donald; two
brothers, Louis and Jack of
California; a sister, Mrs. Ed-
ward (Evelyn) Burk; and
seven grandchildren.

EUGENE SALAVAN, 82,

died May 16. He leaves his
wife, Marge; a brother, Leo
Salavon; nieces and nephews.
Interment Cleveland, Ohio.

LOUIS SCHLIEN, 92, died

May 11. He leaves a son, Dave
Lane; seven grandchildren
and seven
great-grandchildren.

Dr. Ralph
Greenberg

Dr. Ralph Greenberg, a den-
tist with offices in Madison
Heights for 36 years, died
May 17 at age 68.
Born in San Antonio, Tex.,
Dr. Greenberg was graduated
in 1952 from the University of
Detroit School of Dentistry,
where he was the student
president of Alpha Omega.
He was a fellow of the
Academy of General Den-
tistry for 36 years.
He was a second lieutenant
in the U.S. Air Corps during
World War II.
He is survived by his wife,
Violet; a daughter, Mrs.
Daniel (Cathy) Klein; two
sons, Kenneth and Dr.
Lawrence; a brother, Morris
Greene; two sisters, Mrs.
Henrietta Palmer and Mrs.
Stella Rives; one grandson.

N EWS

I

Shamir Predicts Mideast
Engaged In Arms Race

Jerusalem (JTA) — Premier
Yitzhak Shamir warned
Tuesday that Middle East
countries are engaged in a
race to acquire sophisticated,
advanced weapons systems,
including chemical weapons,
and he stressed that Israel
cannot allow itself to fall
behind.
"No matter how trying the
circumstances, we cannot
shut our eyes to the world
around us," Shamir said in
Jerusalem, at a conference of
the Weizmann Institute of
Science.
"Even countries which are
exposed to no real threats to
their security are making im-
mense investments in arms
and military equipment,"
said Shamir. "With so much
violence and totalitarianism
around us, we have no alter-
native but to maintain the
power to deter and, if
necessary, to face threats to
our security."
There was a parallel discus-
sion Tuesday at the Hebrew
University's Truman In-
stitute, where a leading
Israeli China-watcher, Prof.
Yitzhak Shichor, discussed
the implications of Saudi
Arabia's recent purchase of

intermediate range missiles
from China.
He said the deal was sur-
prising because Saudi Arabia
does not recognize the Peo-
ple's Republic of China and
continues to support Taiwan
politically. Nevertheless,
there is a steadily developing
relationship between the two
countries. Chinese exports to
Saudi Arabia have averaged
a quarter billion dollars an-
nually in recent years,
Shichor said.

Support Letter
Sent To Israel

Champaign, Ill. (JTA) —
Fred Gottheil, a professor of
economics at the University
of Illionis, Urbana-
Champaign, has gotten 136 of
his friends, neighbors, facul-
ty colleagues and others in
the Jewish community here
to sign a letter affirming "un-
qualified support for the
State of Israel in this difficult
hour of trial."
The letter, dated April 15,
was addressed to Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir of
Israel, with a covering letter
to Shamir's media adviser,
Avi Pazner.

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WOLF LAKRITZ
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MORRIS OMMERMAN
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SAM ROSENBAUM
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REBECCA TEMCHIN
DANIEL GREENBLATT
JACOB MANDELL
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LIBBY ROSENBERG
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ANNA WEISBERGER
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JOSEPH GMELMAN
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ABE MEISNER
NETTIE NEWMAN

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