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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-29

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B ERG AND
URBACH

ly 21. He leaves his wife, Sue;
two sons, Robert and Gerald;
three sisters, Mrs. Al (Sarah)
Weiss, Mrs. Ann Weisberg
and Mrs. Seymour (Jean-
nette) Eizelman; seven grand-
children and one
great-grandson.

ETHEL
SCHUMER,

Lampe; two daughters, Mrs.
Gerald (Lillian) Siegel of
Toronto, Ont., and Mrs.
Robert (Betty) Seigle of West
Bloomfield; a brother, Edward
Lampcov of Arizona; a sister,
Mrs. Helen Glaser; nine
grandchildren and nine great-
grandchildren. Interment
Windsor.

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
OAK PARK LI 4-2212

66, former
Detroiter of Mesa, Ariz., died
July 25. Survived by her hus-
band, Irving S.; three sons,
Stanley of Highland, Mich.,
Larry of New York City and
Dr. Brian of Phoenix, Ariz.; a
brother, Murray Statfield of
Oak Park; two sisters, Mrs.
Harold N. (Janet) Bloch of
Southfield and Mrs. Sander
(Diane) Eisenberg of Farm-
ington Hills; and two
grandchildren.

Maxine Brodsky

Maxine R. Brodsky, an
employment counselor and
free-lance writer, died July 26
at age 52.
Born in Detroit, Mrs. Brod-
sky was involved in local
politics, having served as a
precinct delegate, chairman
of the Democratic Party in the
Second Congressional
District and was an active
supporter of many local and
national politicians.
Her interests included
travel, folk music and atten-
ding marches and rallies for
such causes as anti-nuclear,
anti-war and in support of the
ERA.
She leaves a son, Jeffrey E.;
a daughter, Sheri; and one
grandson.

Saul Katz

Saul Katz, a pharmacist for
40 years, died July 21.
Born in Poland, Mr. Katz
lived 68 years in Detroit. He
was a World War II veteran.
He owned Ardent Drugs on
Gratiot in Detroit for 27
years. After he sold his
business, he went to work for
Cunningham's.
He is survived by his wife,
Faye; a daughter, Elayne; and
two sisters.

B. Lampkovitz

Bernard Lampkovitz, owner
of Imperial Shoes in Windsor
for more than 45 years, died
July 23 at age 88.
Born in Poland, Mr. Lam-
pkovitz lived in Windsor for
63 years. He also was a
longtime member of Con-
gregation Shaar
Hashomayim in Windsor,
B'nai B'rith and a support of
Bar-Ilan University.
He leaves a son, Dr. Arthur

JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND

Brussels (JTA) — An inci-
dent in Bethlehem July 22
between Israeli soldiers and a
Belgian diplomat has turned
into an imbroglio.
The soldiers claim the
diplomat, Roger de Wulf, spat
at them. De Wulf, who is the
Belgian consul general in
east Jerusalem, insisted he
did no more than cast a
reproachful glance at three
armed soldiers guarding a
blindflded Palestinian with
his hands tied behind his
back.
The consul general said he
had been profoundly shocked
by the sight. Israeli
newspapers reported that he
insulted the soldiers.
Belgium's French- and
Flemish-language news-
papers gave the diplomat's
version, as reported by the
French news agency Agence
France-Presse.

Taba Sparks
Knesset Feud

Jerusalem (JTA) — Partisan
recriminations over the
handling of the Taba border
dispute with Egypt enlivened
a session of the Knesset
Foreign Affairs and Defense
Committee on Monday.
Premier Yitzhak Shamir
started the uproar by in-
timating that the Labor Par-
ty had bullied Likud into ac-
cepting binding arbitration of
the dispute, which now seems
likely to uphold Egypt.

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