Won't Go k`ree
that i hatsWeicred:ili;t* releaie:
for the, time being.i-the last three
ntina)ti ;aerving sen-
rt•itut the -, televiiion sanolincen -ini
by Premier Barenti
Justice- hliniaterrAndries Van Agi
•did not preehide the- eventual .re-
lease of =the prisoners.lon ,an, indiii-
ldual• basis; -
The government leaders saidthe
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
last WededdiA 85,t81 vote by the
, Abe, gar:rained' •Plana
to examine .the mental and - phya17.
cal .con4iticin, of _each prisoner -by:
'a" Coniattee Minerts whe•have
the -Confidenee - of various groups
opposed to a. pardon.' The• prison-
ers are Franz Fischer, 76, Joseph
Kotaella, 65; and Ferdinand Aus
Den Fuenten,„73. All have beeriiiii;
prisoned since 1945.
The local 'Jewish community
continued to be' split over the issue
Rabbi Abraham Soetendorp, 29, of
the Amsterdam Liberal Congrega-
tion, who is -considered the main
spokesman for 'the Jewish com-
munity following his father's retire-
ment last week, 'expressed regret
that the government has not defi-
nitely rejected: , clemency for the
But, Prof. August Belinfante, a
former rector 'of Anisterdam Uni-
versity and ,a- _Jewish spokesman,
sharply condenmed the anti-pardon
demonstrations while Parliament
Was debating last week; and the
attacks on the juitice minister.
Friday, Mack 10, 1972-55
QUSSIE. BROWN, 22162 Hessel MAN, former Detroiter - of Miami
died March 8. Survived by he r Beach, died March 5. Survived by
husband, Ben; two sons, Howard her husband, Sigmund; two sons,
and Kenneth; a daughter, Eileen; Samuel and Irving Topper; two
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Israel daughters, Mrs. David (Sarah) Sie-
Woodrow; one brother, and one gel and Mrs. Joseph (Mary) Buchs-
baum; eight grandchildren and 10
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LOIS ELLEN COLTEN, 31112
E. Huntley, Birmingham, died
TILL/E SHKOLNICK, 25535
March 4. She leaves a son, Stew- -Greenfield, Southfield, died March
Gen. Barley: Becomes
art; a daughter, Mary Ellen, and 8. Survived by two sisters, Mrs.
New Commerce Minister
Sophie Chapman and Mrs. Marsha
JERUSALEM . (JTA)—Lt. Gen.
JOSEPH DAVIDOFF, 13501 Dex-
Haim Barley, former chief of staff
of Israel's armed ,forces, was
'sworn in as minister of commerce
I have been driven many times
• • •
and industry:1: - -
ABRAHAM GODLIN, 3019 W. 13 to my knees by the overwhelming
Barley, who retired from the
DR -SAMUEL N. BLUMENF1ELD Mile, Royal Oak, died March 8. conviction that I had nowhere else
-army last January, took the minis-
to go. My own wisdom, and that
' terial oath Of allegiance before the
NEW-YORK (JTAl—Dr. Samuel He leaves his wife, Goldie.
of all about -me seemed insuffi-
• • C
Kneiset -after -that :body approved
Blumenfield, director of the De-
cient for the day.—Abraham Lin-
his nomination to •the cabinet by „1--
partment of Education and Culture
' vcte of 57-2 -with 31 abstentions.
of the American Section of -the idge, Oak Park, died March 7.
Barley is the
World Zionist Organization for,over Survived by his wife, Goldie;three
join the present. cabinet -and is re-
a 'decade; died March 1 at age 70. daughters, Mrs. Sue Murfin of
' garded as a" protege of Finance
Dr. Blumenfield was dean and Winter Park, Fla., Mrs. George
:Minister Pinhas Sapir.viho held the
president of the College of Jewish (Jean) Robert and Mrs. Michael
l commerce and Industry portfolio
Studies, Chicago. He also lectured (Barbara) Hoff of Worms, Ger-
until Mimi; - - • -
at the New School' of Social Re- many; seven grandchildren and
Sank told a Labor Party meeting
search and taught Judaic culture three great-grandchildren.
Buda, the eon*.
• • •
in Tel Aviv that he was not a can-
at Hofstra University. -
week Yashiro Seth
,clidate for the premiership to Mc-
Dr. Blumenfield was a graduate
YAW. will alitwera
- teed Prethier Golda Weir and that
the Yahrsoit of NH
TEL AVIV (JTA) - - Dr. Mosh of City College and studied for the (KIRSCH), 24030 Norwood, Oak
be would not seek another term in Sneh, who' died here March I -a rabbinate at the -Jewish Institute Park, died March 7. He leaves his
friends, with the
-the cabinet after: the general elec- age-63, was buried here in accord of Religion where he received a wife, Greta; a son, Peter of An-
tions 18. Months from - now. - ante with Jewish religious tra
master's degree in 1930.
dover, Mass.; two daughters, Mari-
lyn of New York and Mrs. Julian
lion, with recitations from th
of Kaddish and stu-
(Doris) Wohl of Toledo; four sis-
B. Z. Glass of Bnai Brith Psalms and Kadish by his so
dying of Mishima&
ters and two grandchildren.
Ben Zion Glass, honorary past as he requested in' his will.
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Originally a member of the Gen
president of- District Grand Lodge
MAE MENDLOVITS, 20236 Lab-
6 of Bnai Brith, died March 5. He
Joseph A. Bloom, a longtime
was executive secretary of the
'district from 1939 to 1965, and views. In 1947 he joined Mapam Detroit attorney with offices in the her husband, Joseph; a son, Allen
upon retirement was made hon- and remained a member until he David Stott Minding, died Wednes- Menlo of Ann Arbor; a daughter,
Mrs. Sidney (Clare) Winkler; two
orary past president. He had paid joined -the Communist Party in day at age 89.
Mr. Bloom', who lived in Borman sisters, five grandchildren and
many visits to Detroit. He lived in 1954. He was a Mapam MK• from
Frank Greenwald 27
Albuquerque at the time of his 1949-54. From 1954. From. 1954-65 Hall, was a graduate of the Detroit three great-grandchildren.
and from 1969 to date, he was a College of Law in 1917 and con-
I- death. -
Joseph Levenberg 27
MYRA RADNER, .21834 Cool-
tinued in active practice almost up
- Leo I. Friedlaander 27
Dr. Snob was the bead of the until his death.
idge, Oak Park, died March 3.
Eva L. Sandweiss 27
pro-Israel Maki (Communist
Born in Russia and a 55-year She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Lewis
Party) at the time of his death. resident of Detroit, he was a mem- (Carol) Bandell; three brothers
He remained a traditional Jew ber of the Michigan, Wayne and and two grandchildren.
in outlook, though not out ward- Detroit bar associations.
ly In behavior.
ANN RUBENFAER, 20545 West-
Survivors include two sons, Les-
In New York, the Americans for lie and Dr. Herbert J.; two daugh- moreland, died March 2. Survived
The family of the late Abraham
- Fannie Furman
,Klein announces the unveiling of Progressive Israel-liashomer Hat- ters, Mrs. Samuel (Evelyn) Chatt- by a son, Dr. Leon- M. of River-
- a monument in his Memory 10:30 lair, a Socialist-Zionist , group in man and Mrs. William (Lydia) side, Calif.; two brothers and two
a.m. March 12 at Adas Shalom ideological agreement with Ma- Erlichman of Pennsylvania; a sis- grandchildren
- Cemetery. Rabbi- Segal will offi- pam, expressed its sorrow at the ter, Mrs. Morris (Anna) Scherr of
JEDINIE SAPERSTEIN (MOS-
San Antonio; 10 grandchildren and
ciate. Relatives and friends are death of Dr. Sneh.
KOVITZ), 18901 Meyers, died
His political path veered shraply, 13 great-grandchildren.
asked to attend.
March 3. Survived-by three sons,
the- group noted, but "whether or
Sam Moss of Los Angeles, Phil
not we agreed with his views, we Sydney- Goodman, 69;
Dr. Charles Ornstein 1
and Ben Moss; a daughter,
saw him always as a leader of
Max Wolf, Son of the Late
Mrs. Leopold (Anne) Simon; one
integrity fighting fearlessly for his Self-Employed Tailor
ideas, deeply rooted in Judam,
Sydney Goodman, a self-employ. brother, two sisters, 12 grandchil-
full of love for his people and his ed tailor, died March 6. He was dren and nine great-grandchildren.
Announces the unveiling
ANNA TOPOROWSKY SHER-
position nor did he accept orders
Mr. Goodman, 831 W. Romeo,
of a monument In her
Maurine H. Zackhelm 1
from outsiders." -
Lev is Slakter
Oxford, was born in Milwaukee
memory 12:30 p.m. March.
Etta C. Siakter
and lived in Oxford .for 23 years.
12 at Machpelah Ceme-
Robert B. Merits
He owned Syd's Valeteria in the
Rabbi Morris Halpern,
tery. Rabbi Sperka and
Cantor Adler will officiate.
Rabbinical Council Head Commonwealth Building for more
Rdatives and friends are`
- MONTREAL (JTA)—Rabbi ?dor, than 30 years. He was active in
1 1 kA,;,
asked to- attend.
xisHalpern,.42, spiritual leader of
Cong. Beth Ora, died here March 1 and was a past president of that
after suffering a heart attack. - organization.
A native of New York, Rabbi
Halpern served as national pro-
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The Fansihr it the Late
gram director of the Union of Jennie Marrich, Active
M/ R. a MILE, FERNDALE
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of in Women's Groups
114 Blocks E. of Woodward
Yeshivoth Both Yalaulab
Ameriti - before coming to Mon-
Jennie Marrich, active in several
6 Elks from 3 Jewish
15751 W. 10Y: AC, Southfield
treal. He was a member of the women's organizations, died
Cemeteries on Woodward
Ammarees the unveiling
Miziachi National Council, the March 2. She was 74.
of a - momnaast ill his
Eastern Regional Council of the
Mrs. Marrich, 23237 Providence,
memory 111:311 a.m. DEarch
Southfield, was born in Leeds,
at Classed steel Eines
Montreal_ -Board- of Jewish Mini- England, and lived in Detroit 48
tesietery. Rabbi Regal;
steis, the Council of Orthodox Rab- years. She was a member of
bis and the Montre-al Board of Hadassah, ORT, Pioneer Women
officiate, -Relatives • and
the Israel Bond Organization.
and City of Hope.
frf Lade are asked to
Rabbi Halpern was past presi-
She leaves her husband, Maurice;
dent of the` RabbinicalCouncil of a son, Donald; one brother, four
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