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June 26, 1981 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-26

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Friday, lune 26, 1981 31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Daniel LeVine,
of Tool Firm

Nathaniel Goldstick Dies at 87,
Notable in Detroit Legal Circles

A man may be outwardly
successful all his life long,
and die hollow and worth-
less as a puff-ball; and he

until his retirment in
1962. Previously, he was
the legal adviser to the
Detroit Police Depart-
ment (1926-1957). He ran
for Congress in 1936
against incumbent John
D. Dingell, but lost the
election.
He taught law classes at
Wayne State,,University to
police officers.
Mr. Goldstick was the
champion of unpopular
causes. On the question of
whether police had the right
to ticket a parked car when
the owner was away, Mr.
Goldstick fought the ques-
tion through the State Sup-
reme Court, and as a result,
Detroit was the first U.S.
city where such ticketing
was permitted.
He also was instrumental
in drafting a city ban — the
first in the nation — against
the unauthorized use of
fireworks. He also helped
write the midnight curfew
law for Detroit youths and a
ban against the use of BB
guns by minors.
According to the De-
troit News, Mr. Goldstick
won a decision over the
famed Clarence Darrow
in 1929, when the old De-
troit Opera House chal-
lenged police department
C. Ginsburg,
censorship of The Cap-
of Fruit Co.
tive," a play about
Charles A. Ginsburg, co- • homosexuality.
Through the efforts of Mr.
owner and founder of Cadil-
lac Square Fruit Co. at Goldstick, the ban was up-
Eastern Market, died June M. Chernick
22 at age 82.
Micheal Frank Chernick,
Born in Russia, Mr.
Ginsburg was in the fruit a home builder and de-
business for 60 years. The veloper, died June 22 at age
company was founded in 81.
Born in Russia, Mr.
1924.
He was the founder and Chernick was a member of
past president of the Market the Builders Association of
Dealers Association and Southeastern Michigan,
had a co-operative broker- Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Pis-
age Service at the Detroit gah Lodge of Bnai Brith and
the Zionist Organization of
Union Produce Terminal.
He sold war bonds dur- America.
He leaves his wife, Viola
ing World War II and con-
tinued his charitable ac- Belle; a son, Herbert; a
tivities in tasks for the Al- daughter, Mrs. -Donald (Sal-
lied Jewish Campaign. lee) Rosen; a sister, Mrs.
He . was a member of Earl (Mary) Leader of New-
port News, Va.; seven
Cong. Bnai Moshe.
He leaves his wife, grandchildren and two
Esther; a son, David; two great-grandchildren.
daughters, Mrs. Walter
(Sally) Jarvis and Mrs.
Ralph (Barbara) Wexler of
Mayfield Heights, Ohio; two
brothers, Joseph and Dr.
Harold; two sisters, Mrs.
William (Rose) Wolfe and
Mary; six grandchildren
and two great-grandsons.

1

Daniel M. LeVine,
president of Federal
Nathaniel H. Goldstick is
Engineering, tool and die
and diversified automotive a name that spelled the
supply, died June 21 at age most memorable in Met-
ropolitan Detroit history for
71.
A native Detroiter, Mr. several decades. The almost
LeVine was a founding legendary in his activities
member of Adat Shalom and character, in his serv-
Synagogue and a member of ices to the city and' to the
state, and in many fashions
its building committee.
He was the former trea- to Jewish heritage, called
surer for many years and on the attention of his fellow
the building-committee and citizens on Monday when he
board of the Jewish Home died at age 87.
He had been ill for several
for Aged for 30 years.
He was a past president years, yet he remained a
of the Boys Clubs of De- dynamic figure also in the
troit and held member- Florida Jewish community,
ship in Probus Club, where he resided upon his
Automobile Owners retirement 15 years ago. It
Association of the In- was there that he celebrated
dianapolis 500 (past his 63rd wedding anniver-
sary with his wife, the
president), Detroit Tool-
ing Association (board former Ella D. Goldstein.
Born in London, Ont., Mr.
member), Craftsman
Lodge of the Masons Goldstick was graduated
(33rd degree Mason), from the University of
Moslem Shrine and Scot- Michigan and earned a law
degree there in 1915. He
tish Rite Consistory.
He leaves his wife, served in the U.S. Army in
Sophie; a son, Fredric of World War I and served in
New York City; three the Reserves as a first
daughters, Lisa and Debra, lieutenant.
both of New York City, and
In 1926, he was the
Donna of Chicago, Ill.; a assistant corporatibn
brother, Saul; and a sister, counsel and became the
Mrs. Allan (Lillian) Waller. corporation counsel to
the city of Detroit in 1957
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After his retirement, Mr.
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He was the past president
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Lodge of Knights of Pythias.
He leaves his wife, Ella; a
son, John of Lindenhurst,
N.Y.; four daughters, Mrs.
Charles (Jean) Polacheck of
Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs.
Max (Sandrea) Chair of
Chauncey, Ohio, Dorothy
and Mrs. Leo (Edith)
Samuels of San Francisco,
Calif.; a brother, Dr.
Maurice of Great Neck,
N.Y.; a sister, Mrs. Martin
(Rosalie) . Friedman; 11
grandchildren add six
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