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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SachaNacW,Frer , :;h Psychoanalyst

(JTA)--Sacha
PARIS
Nacht, a former vice presi-
dent of the International As-
sociation of Psychoanalysis
and considered a world au-
thority on this subject, died
recently at age 76.
Mr. Nacht, who was born
in Romania, studied medi-
cine in France and worked
with Sigmund Freud in
Vienna in 1926. Many ex-

Chaim Wirszubski, Hebrew U. Prof

JERUSALEM—Classics
Prof. Chaim Wirs z - abski of
the Hebrew University died
Aug. 24 at age 62.
He held the Shalom Horo-
witz Chair of Classics,--errid
had been a member of the
university's teaching -stall
since 1948, reaching profes-
sional rank in 1956.

Louis Zeve, 66

Louis Zeve, a graduate of
the Detroit College of Law
who was affiliated with Lit-
waks Restaurant in Mt. Cle-
mens, died Sept. 2 at age
66.
Mr. Zeve was a member
of Cong. Beth Tephilath
Moses and Bnai Brith. He
resided at 133 Lodewyck,
Mt. Clemens.
He is survived by his
wife, Rose; a son, Robert
M. ; two daughters, Mrs.
Marshall (Judith) Kandell
of Fountain Valley, Calif.,
and Leah of Fraser; three
sisters, Elaine of North
Carolina, Mrs. Raymond
(Frances) Meyers and Mrs.
Sylvia Woolman both of
Miami Beach; and three
grandchildren.

Bessie Yalta, 83

Bessie Yaffa, a member
of Jewish communal organi-
zations, died Sept. 2 at age
83.
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Yaffa was a member of the
Jewish Home for the
Aged's women's auxiliary,
Marshall Chapter of Bnai
Brith, the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America and - the
Jewish National Fund.
She leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Oscar (Goldie) Bank;
five grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.

The Family
of the Late

PAULINE
BERNIECE
GOLDEN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many . kini ex-
pressions of mpathy
extended by relatives,
friends and associates
during the family's re-
cent bereavement.

In Everlasting Memory

OBITUARIES

perts considered him to be
Freud's successor.

Mr. Nacht established the
French Institute of Psycho-
analysis which he headed
until his death. He served
as director of one of
France's largest psy-
chiatric hospitals and pub-
lished over a dozen scien-
tific works.

Born in Vilna in 1915, he
came to Israel in 1933. He
received his MA degree at
the Hebrew University and
his PhD degree at Cam-
bridge. His field of special-
ization was Latin language
and literature.
Prof. Wirszubski was a
member of the Israel Acad-
emy of Science and Human-
ities.

PAULINE BARNETT, 89,
27065 Marshall, Southfield,
died Sept. 7. Survived by a
son, Nathan; two daugh-
ters, Henrietta and Mrs.
Samuel (Roselyn) Gonte; a
sister, Mrs. Carolyn Bur-
gess of Los Angeles, Calif.;
nine grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren. Serv-
ices 12 noon today at Hebr-
ew Memorial Chapel.

The Shofar was used in
public affairs to call the
people's attention to an an-
nouncement. On Rosh Hash-
ana, the Shofar came to be
regarded as a warning to
the people to pause in their
earthly pursuits and consid-
er their spiritual well-being.

A Lesson for Blacks in Judaism

By MATTHEW CASTILLE -

Houston Forward Times

Editor's note: The follow-
ing column is reprinted
from the Forward Times, a
black newspaper in Hous-
ton.
Over the years it seems
to me that blacks in this
country might have over-
looked one of the most in-
spirational forms of reli-
gious worship that the
world has ever known —
Judaism.
Why aren't we curious
enough to inquire about a
religion that has held a
people so close together de-
spite centuries of oppres-
sion? Nay, most of us are
not interested. But, do we
realize that persons who em-
brace Judaism make up al-
most zero percent of the
American prison system?
In view of the rampage of
crime which shatters the
. imagination, I don't feel
that we have anything to
lose by closely observing
Judaism in action. And, I
might go a step further by
suggesting that embracing
it for a single year might
bring about surprising re-
sults.
After studying the history
of Judaism in America, one
will discover that persons
of the Jewish faith under-
went a transition similar to
that of the black social
movements of the 50's and
60's. Yet, whereas their
transition apparently united
persons of the Jewish faith
more closely, the Civil
Rights movement of the

50's and the 60's appear to
have alienated blacks from
each other.
For some unknown or un-
publicized reason, we appar-
ently maintain a slave-like
mentality. That is, from
coast to coast, en masse,
one does not find us busy-
ing ourselves to uplift our
people. Instead, we seem-
ingly live like crickets, leap-
ing from One black parasite
to the other. How can this
be explained? None of the
intelligent minds in our
midst appear to be able to
offer solutions pertinent to
blacks on black crime.
But though it is a serious
problem, there is a work-
able solution. Again, why
not take a close look at
Judaism? There is not and
never has been a Jewish or
Jewish criminal problem.
So, why a black on black
one? We see the great
works that the Jews do. We
speak about the love and re-
spect that they maintain for
each other. Why not us?
Reasonable persons know
that talk will not alleviate
certain conditions. But we
must come to realize that
our money is for the most
part earned too hard to
take it into a courtroom
and give it away for foolish-
ness.
Life is much too precious
to be snuffed out for foolish-
ness. Characters are too
valuable to be defamed for
foolishness. Again, if the
Jews don't do these things,
why do we?

"MEC,

IN MEMORIAM

In this period of sombe -r reflections we
pause to pay tribute to those members of the
Hannah Schloss Old Timers who have de-
parted.


We pay tribute to their memory for their
friendship, and for all the good deeds that
marked their active lives.

of

LEONA$D E.
ADLER

April 10, 1922
--Sept. 7, 1974 -

By
His Loving Family

Friday, September 9, 1977

Our heartfelt sympathies go to their families.

N
Chadwick,
(Ida)
daughters, Mrs. William H.
BETTY BECKER, 68, for-
Harry
(Pauline)
Miller
(Sally)
Elsohn
of
North
Hol-
mer Detroiter of Miami,
lywood, Calif., and Mrs. Mrs. Hyman (Evel
Fla., died Sept. 6. She
Harry (Phyllis) Robbins of ,Lewis; and two gra
leaves a son, Allan; her
Scottsdale, Ariz.; four sis- children. * * *
Hyman
Mrs.
mother,
ters; three grandchildren
of
Milkovsky
(Dinah)
SOL WINTER, 83,
and four great-grand- Phoenix, Ariz., died
Miami Beach, Fla. ; and
children. Interment Detroit. 30. Survived by his wife,
three granddaughters.
*
*
* * *
ther; a son, Arthur of
LAWRENCE
POZEN,
64, linas, Calif.; three daL
ISRAEL BOROVOY, 66,
22141 Avon, Oak Park, died ters, Mrs. Shirley Mord:
formerly of Southfield and
Sept. 7. Survived by his Mrs. Ruth Blum
London, Ontario, died Sept.
wife, Evelyn; two daugh- Bloomfield Hills and 11
2 in Chatham. Ontario. Sur-
vived by a son, Ted of To- ters, Mrs. Fernando Sylvia Gross of Enc
(Doris) Rolland of Pasa- Calif.; two sisters, 10 grz
ronto; four brothers, Wil-
dena, Calif., and Mrs. Barn- children and one gr
liam of Canada, Sam of Cal-
ey (Irene) Slobin; a sister, grandchild. Interment P1
ifornia, Frank of Toronto
Mrs. Clare Miller of Flor- nix. * * *
and Dr. Mathew of South-
ida; and six grandchildren.
field; three sisters, Mrs.
* a *
NORMAN ZELDES,
William (Kay) Herzog of
died Sept 3. He leave
BEATRICE
SCHWARTZ,
St. Louis, Sandra of Califor-
60, 21700 Colony Park Cir., son, David; two daught
nia and Mrs. Leonard (Han-
Southfield, died Sept 2. Sur- Marilyn and Janis;
nah) Ralston of California;
vived by her husband, Max four brothers. Sher
and two grandchildren. 'In-
M. ; a son, Dr. Richard S.; Zeldes, Simon Zeldes
terment Toronto.
* * *
a daughter, Mrs. Gerald Elliott A. Zeldes and B
(Rena) Chernow of Plan- Copley.
80,
of
SARAH CHINSKY,
tation, Fla. ; a brother, The-
Windsor died Sept. 1. She
odore Tanner; a sister,
Meaves her husband, Harry;
WE REMEMBER
Mrs. Robert (Carolyn)
a son, Edward; two daugh-
Hughes
of
Las
Vegas,
Nev.;
ters, Mrs. Sidney (Leah)
and two grandchildren.
Nickin and Mrs. Manny
* * *
During t
(Rae) Moorin; seven grand-
BIRDIE
WINER, 66,
coming w
children and three great-
Yeshivath E
19840 W. 12 Mile, Southfield,
grandchildren.
Yehudah
* * *
died Sept. 6. She leaves two
observe
sons, Kenneth and Alan; a
JENNIE FREDSON, 86,
Yahrzeits of
brother, Ben Feldstein;
19100 W. Seven Mile, De-
following
three
sisters,
Mrs.
Morris
troit, died Aug. 31. Survived
parted frie ,
by two sons, George and
with the tr
Al; a daughter, Mrs. Ben-
Sidney A. Deitch
tional Mem(
jamin (Frances) Roberts; a
Prayers, rei
DETROIT
brother, Louis Fridson of
tion of Kali
MONUMENT WORKS
Los Angeles, Calif.; four sis-
and Studyir.
Rd.
14441
W.
11
Mile
ters, Mrs. Mollie Simons,
Mishnayos.
Gardner, Petw. Coolidge & Greenfie'd
Mrs. Albert (Minnie) Kla-
ELUL
399-2711' Eve. 626-0330
vons, Mrs. Rose Brass and
CHANAN B'R MAER HAKOHEN
28
Mrs. Anna Goldman; and
2E
ALICE Z. KARP
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
six grandchildren.
28
CHERNIA KNOPPOW
* * *
28
HARRY MARGOLIS
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
2E
SARAH
P.
OPPEN
LILLIAN GORDON, 66,
I '12 Blocks E. of Woodward
28
NORMA A. SHOEMAKER
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
24321 Rosewood, Oak Park,
28
DAVID WEINSTEIN
Cemeteries
on
Woodward

ANNA
WROTSLAVSKY
died Sept. 6. Survived by
MARGARET
YELLIN
JO 4-5557
her husband, Morris; a son,
LI 2-8266
2f
SOLOMON ZIMNER
Harvey; a daughter, Mrs.
MINNIE DINKIN
EVA
GLASER
Laurence (Irene) Kronen;
JACOB MIGDAL
MONUMENTS BY
a brother, Philip Rubin;
21
IDA NOSANCHUK
and six grandchildren.
21
JESSIE NOVITZ
* * *
21
MIKSA ROSENTHAL
2!
HARRY SHULMAN
MARLEEN GUNSBERG,
MEYER H. SUROWITZ
• 2!
30, 29809 Bedford N., South-
SAUL TARNOPOL
2
RABBI M. ZAGER
field, died Sept. 6. She
TISHF
leaves her husband, Ronald
MORRIS EIZEN
TILLIE FELDMAN
M.; a daughter, Lisa; a son,
FINE MONUMENTS
ISAAC KAMMERMAN
Jeffrey; and her mother,
SOLOMON SIDDER
SINCE 1910
Mrs. Ben (Shirley) Gold-
DAVID BRILL
13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
MARY GRENNBAUM
stein.
JOHN HAVMAN
* * *
OAK PARK — LI 4-2212
AARON NOSANCHUCK
Next to Stanley Steamer
ELIZABETH ICZKO-
-GILBERT PARKER
ROSE SPEYER
Plumcrest
Dr.,
82.
5729
VITS,
DANIEL TEMCHIN
West Bloomfield, died Sept
MARTIN GOLDSMITH
3. Survived by a daughter,
HARRY KAPE
1/58 11415
ISADORE LEVINE
Mrs. David (Agnes) Lanyi;
ABE SITORSKY
M414
and two grandchildren.
-04111=Pro
ANNE WEISSWASSER
• * *
GOLDIE R. YELLIN
For
Monuments
ISAAK HESS
HERBERT H. KAHN,
All Jewish Cemeteries
FANNY SILBER
died Sept. 1. He leaves his
LEAH STERN
RIVA ABRAM OVITZ
wife, Louise; two daugh-
SHELDON GRANITE
BELLA BOESKY
ters, Mrs. John (Toby) Cur-
PINCUS HENDLER
COMPANY
ry and Mrs. Robert (Carol)
MICHAEL H. LEVITSKY
MAX POTOK
Castor of Hendersonville,
SAM GORLICK
DAVID SHORR
Tenn. ; a sister, Mrs. Dora
(owner)
JOSEPH SILVERSTEIN
Grayson of New York; and
VERA WEISZ
Serving the Jewish Community
SAMUEL J. WIENER
two grand-daughters.
for over 60 years
* * *
Yeshivah
368-3530
SOPHIA MARX NEDER-
Yehudah
LANDER, 89, former De-
19800 WOObWARD
i 5751W. Lincoln-I
troiter of Studio City, Calif.,
• 557
Southfield
(Betw. 7 & 8 Mile)
died Sept 3. She leaves two

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