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May 29, 1992 - Image 125

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OBITUARIES

Jrving Kroll,
Attorney

Irving Kroll, of Southfield,
died May 20. He was 72.
A retired attorney and long-
time civil liberties advocate,
Mr. Kroll was the former
toenior partner of Weinstein,
Kroll and Gordon. He served
as president of the Michigan
Trial Lawyers Association,
was a member of the board of
governors of the Association
of Trial Lawyers of America,
xecutive secretary of the
,creep Actors Guild (AFL-
CIO) of Detroit, and a
member of the American
Civil Liberties Union and Na-
tional Lawyers Guild. He
received his law degree from
.Wayne State University and
'served as a captain of the U.S.
my during WWII.
He leaves his wife, Ruth;
son, Michael of Detroit;
daughter and son-in-law,
Shelley Beth and Richard
Feigenberg of Medford, Mass.;
brother and sister-in-law, Dr.
Phillip and Syma of Ann Ar-
or; two grandchildren.

nard Harris,
prthopedic Surgeon

Bernard J. Harris, of Flint,
died April 18.
Dr. Harris practiced or-
thopedic surgery in Flint for
more than 26 years. He was a
graduate of Flint Central
High School, the University
of Michigan and the U-M
Medical School. He was train-
ed at Henry Ford Hospital in
Detroit.
He was past president of the
Flint Academy of Surgery,
diplomate of the American
Board of Orthopedic Surgery,

past chairman of the Depart-
ment of Orthopedic Surgery
at McLaren Regional Medical
Center and clinical professor
of orthopedic surgery at
Michigan State University.
He was a member of
Hadassah, B'nai B'rith and
Congregation Beth Israel.
He is survived by his wife,
Arlene; son and daughter-in-
law, Richard S. and Ilene K.
of Flint; son and daughter-in-
law, Joel H. and Ann H. of
Flint; daughter and son-in-
law, Shelly M. and Steven
Shafer of Bethesda, Md.; son,
Louis A. of Washington, D.C.;
mother, Esther; brother, Max
of Miami Beach, Fla.; sister,
Deanna Burger, of Palm
Beach, Fla; three grand-
children.

Philip Habib,
Mideast Envoy
Washington (JTA) —
Philip Habib, President
Ronald Reagan's special en-
voy to the Middle East in the
early 1980s, died May 25 of a
heart attack. He was 72.
A career diplomat who
retired in 1980 as
undersecretary of state for
political affairs, Mr. Habib
was sent by President
Reagan as a special
emissary to the Middle East
in 1981 to try to lessen the
growing tension along the
Lebanese-Israeli border.
Mr. Habib helped bring
about an unofficial cease-fire
between Israel and the Pa-
lestinian terrorists shelling
Israel from across the
Lebanese border.
In July 1982, after Israel's
incursion into Lebanon, Mr.
Habib, who was of Lebanese
extraction, worked suc-
cessfully to get the Palestine
Liberation Organization out
of Beirut and eventually out
of the country.
In November 1982, Presi-
dent Reagan gave Mr. Habib
control of overall Middle
East peace negotiations, and
named him coordinator of
U.S. efforts to get Israeli,
Syrian and Palestinian
forces out of Lebanon.

Mr. Habib, known for his
fairness and ability to main-
tain diplomatic confiden-
tiality, helped shape the ill-
fated peace agreement bet-
ween Israel and Lebanon,
which collapsed when Syria
refused to go along.
In 1983, Mr. Habib became
a senior fellow at the Ameri-
can Enterprise Institute in
Washington. Also that year,
he was presented the Cove-
nant of Peace Award by the
Synagogue Council of
America.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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