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LOUIS MORGINOFSKY, 17219
HARRY H. MALINAS, 18301
Washburn, died Dec. 30. Sur- Fenmore, diesi Dec. 27. He leaves
vived by his wife Gussie; three his wife Belle, two sons, Melvin
sons, Hyman, Norman and Ger- and Russell; four brothers, two
ald; and six grandchildren. ' sisters and two grandchildren.
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DAVID RICHARDSON, 1195
JOSEPH AARON DIAMOND, Bruce, Windsor, died Jan.
3265 Calvert, died Dec. 31. Sur-
He is survived by a sister, Mrs.
vived by his • wife Esther; two
Helen Cohn, and two brothers,
sons, David and Albert; three
Saul and Val Richardson.
daughters, - Ruth, Leona and Mrs.
Arthur Freedman of Pennsylva-
nia; two sisters and 12 grandchil-
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CHARLES PAUL DRUKER,
In loving memory of Esther 14024 Pembroke, died Jan. 1.
Schwartz, who passed away Jan. Survived by his wife Sally; a son,
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Order Female Physician Norfolk, died Jan. 2. She leaves
two daughters, Selma and Mrs.
The family of the late Harry L.
'Convicted of Nazi Acts Samuel Marks of Palm Beach, Shapiro announces the unveiling
to Halt Medical Practice Fla.; two sisters and two grand- of a monument in his memory
BONN, (JTA) — West Ger- children. Interment, Toronto, On- at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 8, at
Clover Hill Park Cemetery. Rabbi
man authorities ordered Dr. tario.
Adler will officiate. Relatives and
Herta Oberhauser, 49-year-old
physician convicted of war I HARRY H. NEWMAN, 17160 friends are asked to attend.
crimes against women impris- Pennington, died Dec. 29. He
oned during the war at the leaves his wife Eve; a son Irvel; Dr. Emil Rothman Dies;
Ravensbrueck concentration three daughters, Mrs. Philip Rob-
camp, to stop practicing medi- bins, Mrs. Robert Victor and Obstetrics-Gynecology
cine, although she is still ap- Mrs. David Stron; a sister and Chief at Sinai Hospital
pealing a court order barring eight grandchildren.
Dr. Emil D. Rothman, chief
her from further medical prac-
of obstetrics and gynecology at
ADOLPH E. ROTH, 10331 Joy,
Dr. Oberhauser had been sen- died Dec. 28. He leaves two sons, Sinai Hospital, died Jan. 3. A
tenced - to 20 years' imprison- Harry and Murray C. of Clover- Detroit physician for 37 years,
ment as a war criminal by the dale, Mich., four daughters, Mrs. Dr. Rothman, 60, lived at 25704
Nuremberg War Crimes Tribu- Saul Raub, Mrs. Roy Patton, Mrs. Ivanhoe, Huntington Woods.
He was a diplomat of the
nal in 1947, but was released Morris Zaremberg and Betty
after serving only five years. Roth; two brothers, three sisters, Board of Obstetrics and Gyne-
She resumed her practice. Two eight grandchildren and eight cology, an emeritus staff mem-
ber at Highla.
weeks ago, a court in Hamburg great-grandchildren.
ruled that she - is barred from
ent and chief of o
practice because of her war
s, and a charter member'
SAMUEL B. KEMPNER, 15803 st
e College of Obstetrics and
Cherrylawn, died Dec. 30. He
his wife Ida; two • son
Univeisity of California leaves
Dr. Rothman leaves his wife
George Kent and Irving H.;
to Make Unprecedented four g. andchildren.
Minna; a son, William A.; two -
brothers, P r. Arthur of st
* * *
Study on Anti-Semitism
An unprecedented five-year
LOUIS GANTZ, 371
urlin- Mrs. Ma i
study by a major university to game, died Jan. 3. Su ved
J grandch' dre
determine the present status his wife, Gussie,. a so
and extent of anti-Semitism in - Gantz of Greenfield, I
the United States and the "fac- ter Mrs. James Gola
tors which maintain it" was an- ranee, Calif.; and fi
nounced jointly 'by Dr.' Glenn dren.
T. Seaborg, Chancellor of the
University of California, Berke-
During - the coming
ley, and Henry E. Sch•ultz, na- Gardner,- 0
week Yeshiva Beth
tional chairman of the Anti- Survived
Yehuda will observe
Defamation League of Bnai sons, Leon
the Yahrzeit of the
Brith in New York.
da;- and two s
- The study will be made under
friends, with the
the auspices of the University
traditional M e mo -
by its Survey Research Center.
rial Prayers, recita-
ANNIE HARRIS, Ann Arb
tion of Kaddish and
Dr. Charles Y. Glock, director
ed Jan. 1. She leaves her h
studying of Mish-
• and, Harry; a son, Dr. Sam;'t
of the Center, will coordina
the five year program. -
daughters, Mrs. Jose Finn
Dr. Seaborg and Sch
revealed that the study
begin early next year "t •ro- I grandchil dr
duce an accurate and co •re-
hensive picture of anti-Se
in America, to assess its c
status and extent, to ma
sources and identify f
which encourage and sustain
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world are now living and study-
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of Phoenix, Ariz.,
formerly of Detroit,
the many expressions
of sympathy extended
by relatives and friends
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