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April 07, 1978 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-07

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' !THE

Attorney Rex plies to Ozick

The Sunday N.Y. Times
Op-Ed Page carried a reply
by Washington attorney
Thomas R. Asher to the ar-
ticle by Miss Cynthia Ozick
mourning her 14-year-old
cousin killed by Arab ter-
rorists.
Declaring himself a sup-
porter of Israel, Asher de-
clares there should be as
much compassion for Arab
children who died in Israeli
retaliations as there is for
Israeli dead.
"Then turn to Page 16 of

Comparing Aliya
from South Africa

the same New York Times
where, safely shielded from
those who want only the
front-page story, are refer-
ences to the civilian victims
of Israel's retaliatory inva-
sion of Lebanon: One of the
few residents who had not
fled said two children had
lost their legs in the shel-
ling.
"'Others lost their
lives, as whole villages
and the sorry home ites
we euphemistically call
'refugee camps' were
bombed or shelled by the
Israeli military.
" 'Do you cry out with the
same passion for these chil-
dren, Miss Ozick, children
who in their hopeless pov-
erty know no poetry or
clarinets, no orchestras and
no fruit-laden gardens, no
comfort and no peace?' "

ALEX H. WINER

The Family
of the Late

IGNAC
WEISS

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fami-
ly's recent bereave-
ment.

~ tidav;

'A ill ,' 1 1978 ' 71

-

OBITUARIES

ANNA EPSTEIN,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died March
27. Survived by a son, Ed-
ward of Southfield; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Carl (Leona)
White of Los Angeles; six
grandchildren, 11 great-
grandchildren and one
great-great-grandchild. In-
terment Los Angeles.
•• •
ERNESTINE FELZER,
87, died April 3. She leaves
a son, Bert, two daughters,
Mrs. Sam (Theda) Gerbs
and Mrs. Martin (Joan)
Gordon of Beverly Hills,
Calif., and five grandchil-
dren.

Under the heading "Our
Loss Is Their Gain," Point
International- gives the
comparative figures of aliya
• • •
to Israel from South Africa
SOL GORMAN, 78,
for the past two years. The
25539 Greenfield, South-
article states:
field, died April 2. Survived
Last year 1,429 South Af-
by his wife, Molly; two sons,
Technion
Offers
ricans settled in Israel as
Herman and Marvin; two
against 585 the previous 7-Day Vacations
brothers, Joseph and Phillip
year. They were a sizeable
portion of that beleagured
HAIFA — As part of their of Los Angeles, Calif.; and
country's 21,456 new arri- contribution to Israel's 30th five grandchildren.
• • •
vals — 6.6 percent.
anniversary celebration,
FANNIE HORTICK,
In only two years since Technion students will
69,
23105
Providence
Dr.,
World War II has South Af- share their campus with
rica had fewer immigrants other students from around Southfield, died April 3. She
than emigrants. The first the world during summer leaves her husband, Louis;
two sons, Harvey and Con-
was 1960, after Sharpeville: vacation.
"Hai-fun" on the campus rad; a brother, Harry Stein-
new arrivals 9,805, depar-
berg; three sisters, Mrs.
of
the
Technion-Israel
Insti-
tures 12,705, net loss 2,900.
The second was last year tute of Technology in Haifa David (Celia) Borlack, Mrs.
Joseph
(Sarah) Berman
will
offer
an
unusual
vaca-
after the Soweto riots: new
arrivals 24,822, departures tion in Israel. Students will of Miami Beach, Fla., and
live among Israeli students Mrs. Earl (Dolores) Casden
26,000, net loss 1,178.
In 1975 and 1976 depar- and partake in daily cut= of Plantation, Fla.; and one
tures respectively were tural, social and sports ac- granddaughter.
•• •
10,209 and 15,641. But the tivities.
The program will run
BEATRICE HOR-
net gains through immig-
ration were 40,209 and from July 16 through Oct. 1.
WITZ, 68, died April 5. She
For information, write leaves her husband,
30,598.
The conclusion is ines- Hai-fun, the Technion, Box Nathan; a daughter, Mrs.
Raymond (Sheila) Randel;
capable — civil unrest di- 33594 Haifa, Israel.
rectly harms the economy.
two brothers, Charles Rader
and Henry Rader; and three
Yet despite the menace of London Leaflets
grandchildren.
the Arab states hemming it
LONDON — Anti-
in, Israel's aliya, or intake
Semitic leaflets have been
of new citizens, continues to
circulated in London in re- Chains Manage
rise.
cent weeks, blaming Jews
Last year 8,351 Jews ar-
for Britain's economic prob- Israeli Hotels
rived from the Soviet Union
lems. The London Jewish
— an increase of 14.7 per-
NEW YORK — Ramada
cent over the previous 12 Chronicle said the leaflets Inns and Sonesta Hotels
have
been placed in Nome
months.
have
taken over manage-
North America with mail boxes and sent to per- ment of two Israel hotels.
sons writing letters to
2,937 (U.S. 2,600, Canada
Jerusalem's
288-room
337) remained the second- newspapers about racism.
Shalom Hotel will now be
largest provider of new Is-
the Ramada Shalom Hotel,
CARDS OF THANKS
raelis. Then came Argen-
the second hotel in Israel
The family of the late
tina with 2,158 and South
managed by the Ramada In-
Bessie Lepofsky acknow- ternational Hotel chain.
Africa with its 1,429.
ledges with grateful ap-
The Daniel Tower Hotel
preciation
the many kind
In Beloved Memory Of
(180 rooms) in the Mediter-
expressions of sympathy ex-
ranean resort town of Herz-
EMORY
tended by relatives and
1M will become the Daniel
HACKER
friends during the family's Tower Sonesta Hotel.
April 7, 1966
recent bereavement.

"Like falling leaves the
years go by, but the pre-
cious memories never
die." Sadly missed by
wife, son William,
daughter Adrianne and
grandchildren Mark,
Brian, Richard, Ken-
neth and Lori.

neritilikW6 iiivs

The Family
of the Late

TILLIE
COHEN

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, April 9, at Heb-
rew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Conrad will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

SAM KATZ, 83, 18580
Westmoreland, Detroit,
died March 27. Survived by
his wife, Violet; two
daughters, Mrs. Dorothy
Marofsky and Mrs. Leonard
(Norma) Levitan; seven
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
•• •
PEARL KELLER, 76,
former Detroiter of
Windsor, died March 31.
She leaves a brother, Louis
Firsht of Windsor; nieces
and nephews.

SOPHIE LEBOWSKY,

85, former Detroiter of Mil-
waukee, Wis., died April 4.
Survived by her husband,
Max; a son, Robert Mendel-
sohn of West Bloomfield; a
daughter, Mrs. Sid (Ger-
trude) Levner of Mil-
waukee; a sister, Mrs. Ethel
Gordon of Florida; seven
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren. In-
terment Milwaukee.
• • •
HARRIETT' LEVY, 50,
cited April 2. She leaves her
husband, Morris. Interment
New Jersey.

ROSE LIPOVITCH, 71,
former Detroiter of
Phoenix, Ariz., died March
31. Survived by her hus-
band, Jacob; two sons, Irv-
ing of Southfield and Dr.
Fred B. of Phoenix; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Peter (Faye)
Globerson of Calabasas,
Calif.; and eight grandchil-
dren. Interment Phoenix.
• • •
SARAH MANIS, 82,
25631 Lincoln Terrace Dr.,
Oak Park, died March 27.
Survived by her husband,
Joseph; a son, Jerome G. of
Kalamazoo; two daughters,
Mrs. Harold (Fay) Helfer

sisters and two grandchil- 74, died April 3. She leaves
a brother, Jerry. Harris of
dren. • • •
ALFONS ROSEN- Chicago, Ill.; two sisters,
BACHER, 64, 6600 Alder- Mrs. Eve S. Fishman and
ley Way, West Bloomfield, Mrs. Maurice E. (Gertrude)
died April 4. Survived by his Klasky of Duluth, Minn.
mother, Mrs. Rita Rosen-
FANNIE STEINBERG,
bacher; and a sister, Mrs.
96, 26451 Harding, Oak
Henry J. (Inge) Fuller.
•• •
Park, died April 2. She
LILLIAN SHAINAK leaves a son Julius; two
died March 31. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Lee (Sara)
three sisters, Mrs. David Albert of Grand Rapids and
(Thelma) Lebow, Mrs. Miriam; a brother, Harry
Jerome (Pauline) Wiener Wetsman; a sister, Mrs.
and Mrs. Joseph (Sally) Simon (Jennie) Natow of
Wagenheim; nieces and Phoenix, Ariz.; nine grand-
nephews.
children and three great-
grandchildren.
•• •
ANNE E. SOSNOSKY,
JACOB Z. WELNER,
Albert E. Jacobs 84, 14061 W. Nine Mile,
Oak Park, died April 1.
Albert E. Jacobs, retired Survived by one son Louis
master plumber., died L. of Tel Aviv, Israel; three
March 29 at age 77.
daughters, Mrs. Morris H.
Born in England, Mr. (Rae) Berris, Mrs. Jack
Jacobs retired seven years (Jean) Ellish and Mrs.
ago. He was the former Meyer (Eve) Weiner; nine
owner of Century Plumbing grandchildren and three
and Heating Co. of Detroit. great-grandchildren.
He leaves his wife, Anne;
a son, Dr. Milton M.; two
'WE REMEMBER
daughters, Mrs. Albert
During
m
ish n am
" . coming
(Nancy) Korby and Mrs.
week Yeshivath
Henry (Shirlee) Katz of
Beth Yehudah will
Sharon, Mass.; a sister, Mrs.
observe the Yahr-
Isadore (Eva) Brennan; and
zeits of the follow-
11 grandchildren.

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of Philadelphia, Pa.; eight
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
••
EMMY MEYERS, 81,
25632 Lincoln Terrace Dr.,
Oak Park, died March 30.
Survived by a son, Steven; a
sister, Mrs. Otto (Barbara)
Singer of Boston, Mass.; and
two grandchildren.
•• •
LOUIS POMERANTZ,
88, Detroiter of San Diego,
Calif., died March 27. Sur-
vived by a son, Harry; three
daughters, Mrs. Sam (Ruth)
Selvan, Mrs. George (Shir-
ley ) Sada of La Mesa, Calif.,
and Mrs. Kenneth (Sylvia)
Stern; seven grandchildren
and five great-
grandchildren.
• • • •
MARTHA (PIANKO)
PANKO, 62, 5116 Chester-
shire, West Bloomfield, died
April 3. She leaves two sons,
Harvey Pianko and Martin
Pianko; two brothers, four

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ROBERT B. NOVITZ
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IMRE WEISS
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MANIE COHEN
ISAAC GOLDSTEIN
PHILIP GORDON
EVA HAYMAN
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HYMAN A. KEYS
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LOUIS A. WOOLMAN
MARY BAXTER
LILLIAN FARELL
ABD KOLE
REVA UTSCHIJTZ
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FLORA MORRIS
SAMUEL REMER
FRANK FRIEDMAN
YETTA GLADSTONE
MINNIE LAZARUS
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MAYER BERMAN
ANNA BOLOTIN
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MY H. FREEMAN
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