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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-06

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OBITUARIES

ANNA ALPERT, 18635 Mark
Twain, died March 5. She leaves
a son, Sidney of New York; a
daughter, Mrs. Mildred Cohen;
and three grandchildren.

SAMUEL R. CAPLAN, 13966
Evergreen, died March 4. He
leaves his wife, Edythe; two sons,
Dr. Martin of Mount Clemens and
Bertram of California; • and six
grandchildren.
* • s
EDNA FEIGELMAN, 20412
Schaefer, died Feb. 27. She leaves
a son, Lawrence; a daughter, Mrs.
Leonard (Rena) Gordon of Scotts-
dale, Ariz., one brother, one sister
and six grandchildren.
• • •
MORRIS FELDMAN, 19225 Wood-
bine, died Feb. 27. Survived by his
wife, Margaret; four sons, Sam of
Brooklyn, Louis, Harold - and Rob-
ert; three daughters, Mrs. Bela
(Margaret) Reinitz, Mrs. Sam
(Lillian) Levey and Mrs. Sam
(Maxine) Krinsky; 22 grandchil-
dren and eight great-grandchil-
dren.
• • •
ANNA FRAMOVITZ, 18460 Ken-
tucky, died March 3. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Joseph
(Helena) Spitzer and Mrs. Hillel
(Ethel) Abrams; 10 grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
• • a
DORIS M. GELMAN, 26421 Gra-
ham, died March 2. Survived by
her husband, Dr. Sidney; two sons,
David and Howard; three daugh-
ters, Sheryl, Sheila and Holly; one
brother and one sister.
• s
Dr. S. NEIL JACOBS, 1118 St.
Aubin, died Feb. 28. Survived by a
brother, Ramon; and a sister, Mrs.
Allan (Luba) Grundy.
s • •
SADIE KATZ, 22031 Sunset, Oak

The Family of the Late

BLANCHE IRENE
STERN

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family of the Late

SANDY
GO= E

Acknowledge with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

Park, died March 2. Survived by
her husband, Louis; a son, Gilbert
of Haifa; a daughter, MrS. Nor-
man (Florence) Borim; one
brother, one sister and five grand-
children.

RONALD MARK LEVIN, 14841
Talbot, Oak Park, died Feb. 26. He
leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Levin; his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Levin and
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Gould; and
his great-grandmother, Mrs. Viola
Stanley.
s • •
CHARLES V. RICHTER, 941 Mer-
ton, died March 3. He leaves his
wife, May; a son, Irving; two
daughters, Phyllis and Natalie; one
brother and one sister.
a
* •
HARRY E. ROSEN, 833 Henley,
Birmingham, died Feb. 27. He
leaves a brother, Jack H.; and two
sisters, Mrs. Loretta Rashken and
Mrs. Jeanne R. Twiss.
• s •
LILLIAN SCHANE, 20525 Ap-
poline, died March 1. She leaves
her husband, Adolph; a son, Dale
of San Francisco; two daughters,
Mrs. Gerald (Bernice) Hill of Tibu-
ron, Calif., and Mrs. Kenneth
(Shirley) Blan of Arlington, W.
Va.; five brothers, three sisters
and three grandchildren.
• •
MORRIS SCHLESINGER, 18400
Stansbury, died Feb. 27. He leaves
a son, Eugene; a daughter, Mrs.
Sol (Florence) Amster; and four
grandchildren.
• s •
NATHANIEL M. SCHOSTAK,
former Detroiter of Frankfort,
Mich., died March 4. He leaves
his wife, Henrietta; a daughter,
Mrs. Erwin (Louise) Chandler;
four brothers, two sisters and two
grandchildren.
▪ s s
HANS ISADORE WINE, 19811
Greenfield, died March 3. He
leaves his wife, Ida; two sons,
Arnold and Leonard; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Betty Goldstein and
Mrs. Martin (Janet) Messinger;
and five grandchildren.

Hyman Mitnick, 75,
Poultry Co. Founder

Hyman Mitnick, founder and co-
owner of Eastern Poultry Co., 2534
Riopelle, died last Friday at age
75.
Mr. Mitnick, 20464 Oxley, South-
field, was a board member of the
Hebrew Benevolent Society for
more than 50 years and was hon-
orary treasurer at the time of his
death. He was a member of Cong.
Bnai David and Brandeis Lodge
of Bnai Brith. Born in Russia,
Mr. Mitnick lived in the Detroit
area 57 years.
Surviving are his wife, Minnie;
a son, Herbert; a daughter, Mrs.
Harry (Estelle) Weingarden; a
brother, Meyer; two sisters, Mrs.
Ruth Cohen and Mrs. Zesse (Rose)
Katz; and four grandchildren.

John Herman, 72

e'area an
Grandparents of the Late

RONALD
MARK
LEVIN

Acknowledge with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

Criminologists Say
System of Justice
Unfair to Blacks

NEW YORK—Two noted crimin-
ologists—one the research director
of the National (Eisenhower) Com-
mission on the Causes and Pre-
vention of Violence, the other an
expert on juvenile crime—charged
that the U.S. system of criminal
justice was unfair to blacks and
that current efforts to curb sky-
rocketing crime rates were doom-
ed to failure unless the nation
speedily ended the misconception
that blacks were inherently more
crime-prone than whites.
Dr. Marvin E. Wolfgang, chair-
man of the sociology department,
University of Pennsylvania, and
director of its Center for Studies in
Criminology and Criminal Law,
who served with the Violence Com-
mission, and Dr. Bernard Cohen,
assistant professor of sociology at
Queens College, made these charges
at a news conference at offices of
the American Jewish Committee,
marking publication of their 128-
page book "Crime and Race: Con-
ceptions and Misconceptions," by
AJC's Institute of Human Rela-
tions Press.
"Minority-group members are
more likely than whites to be
stopped, interrogated, searched, ar-
rested and charged, and they are
also more likely to be treated more
severely in the courts," they said.

Revisionist Leader Schechtinan, 79

NEW YORK (JTA)—Dr. Joseph
B. Schechtman, president of the
United Zionist Revisionists of
America and chairman of the
World Council of the Zionist Re-
visionist Movement, died Sunday
at age 79.
Co-founder with Vladimir Jabotin-
sky of the Revisionist Zionists,
and his official biographer, Dr.
Schechtman had for many years
been one of the outstanding world

Zionist leaders and a leading
writer on Zionist affairs.
His body was flown to Israel,
where the Jewish Agency conduct-
ed funeral services.
Born in Odessa, Dr. Schechtman
was active in Zionist affairs from
his early youth. He came to this
country in 1941. At the time of
his death, be was a member of the
World Zionist General Council
(Actions Committee).

Adolph Moses, Owner
of Food Specialties Shops

DR. JOSEPH B. SCHECHTMAN

Adolph Moses, owner of whole-
sale food specialties shops at
Eastern and Western markets for
more than 30 years, died Tuesday
at age 80. He was retired for the
past four years.
Mr. Moses, born in Hungary,
lived in Detroit 50 years. His resi-
dence was at 18478 Prest.
He was a charter member of
Cong. Bnai Moshe and a member
of Harry Keidan Lodge of Bnai
Brith.
Survivors are two sons, Edwin
and Robert; a daughter, Mrs.
William (Virginia) Leebove; and
eight grandchildren.

Mark Rothko Dies;

Thomas Partovich

standing artists of his generation,
died here Feb. 19 of self-inflicted
wounds at the age of 66.
Mr. Rothko was reported to
have been despondent because of
poor health.
The artist was born in Russia —
his name was Marcus Rothkovitch
— and immigrated to the United
States with his father, a pharma-
cist, in 1913, settling in Portland,
Ore. He attended Yale University
and studied art at the New York
Art Students League.
He was a pioneer of the school
of • abstract expressionism.

age 61.
Mr. Partovich, 21950 Sussex, Oak
Park, was a member of Cong.
Beth Achim, Oak Park Lodge of
the Masons and Detroit Lodge of
Bnai Brith. He was born in Russia.
Surviving are his wife, Lotty;
four brothers, Max and Harry
Partrich, Edward of San Diego
and Nate; and four sisters, Mrs.
Max (Lillian) Mark of Phoenix,
Mrs. Claude (Clara) Goldston,
Mrs. Isaac Jack (Rose) Zucker-
man and Mrs. Ben (Ceil) Stocker.

• • •
Thomas D. (Tony) Partovich,
Pioneer in Painting
34 Groups Publish Report
NEW YORK (JTA)—Mark Roth- president of Anthony Sheet Metal
Co.,
sheet metal fabricators, at
ko, an-abstract expressionist paint-
by Violence Commission
er regarded as one of the out- 14027 Fenkell, died Wednesday at

Thirty-four religious, civil rights
and labor organizations are co-
sponsoring publication of a 32-page
pamphlet containing the introduc-
tion and summary of recommenda-
tions from the final report of the
National Commission on Violence,
it was announced by the American
Jewish Committee and the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai Brith.
The joint publication project was
organized by AJC and ADL in re-
sponse to the challenge of the
Violence Commission report, and
has resulted in a first printing of
over 200,000 pamphlets. They will
be available from all the sponsors
as a resource in planning and or-
ganization of local and national
projects in support of the commis-
sion's recommendations.
The 34 co-sponsors, who are un-
dertaking educational and commu-
nity-action programs in line with
the commission's findings, include
the AJCommittee, ADL, National
Conference of Christians and Jews,
National Council of Jewish Women
and United Synagogue of America.

Analysts Say Nasser
Was Preparing for
Assault Last Summer

TEL AVIV — Experts in mili-
tary affairs said here last weekend
that President Gamal Abdel Nas-
ser of Egypt probably was prepar-
ing a full-scale military asault on
Isreal last summer but had second
thoughts after Israel's heavy mili-
tary response during the ensuing
six months.
The analysts pointed to the
heavy bombardment of the Israeli
positions on the Suez Canal be-
ginning in late summer, as an in-
dication that the Egyptian army
was trying to ready the area for
a cross-canal assault.
However, Israel's response—air
forays against military targets on
the canal's west bank and further
back into the Nile Valley—blocked
Nasser's attempt, they believe.

John R. Herman, founder and
president of the 30-year-old Detroit
Body Products, company, 1400
Prairie, died Monday at age 72.
Mr. Herman, 3041 W. Outer Dr.,
was a member of the board of the
Jewish Center, Craftsman Lodge
of the Masons and Temple Israel.
A native of Manchester, Eng-
land, Mr. Herman leaves his wife,
Rose; a son, Donald of Grand
Death rates from chronic res-
Rapids; a daughter, Mrs. Albert
(Hortense) Kaufman; a sister, piratory disease are double in
Mrs. Reuben (Ruth) Allender; and areas where air pollution is most
concentrated.
five grandchildren.

Nathan Tepperman,
Windsor Firm Owner

Nathan Tepperman, founder and
president of N. Tepperman, Ltd.,
furniture and appliance firm at
1214 Ottawa, Windsor, died Tues-
day in Lake Worth, Fla. He was
68.
Born in Russia, Mr. Tepperman
was a member of Cong. Shaar
Hashomayim and Bnai Brith.
Survivors are his wife, Rose; a
son, William; a daughter, Mrs.
Harriett Modlin of New York; and
three sisters.

inn WI 9 ARA 9Ps• MITIMILD

The human species, according to
the best theory I can form of it,
is composed of two distinct races,
the men who borrow, and the men
who lend.—Charles Lamb.

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traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

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