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July 30, 1965 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-30

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Rose Lewinson Dies;
Active Club Worker

(

Rose Lewinson, an active mem-
ber of several communal organi-
zations, died Monday at age 67.
She was a member of Beth Aaron
Sisterhood, Hadassah and Bnai
Brith. Mrs. Lewinsson also served
several handicapped children's
groups and was recording secre-
tary of Chaim Czenesh Pioneer
Women.
Born in New York City, Mrs.
Lewinson lived in Detroit 50 years.
She lived at 18660 Steel. A grad-
uate of Detroit Teachers College
in 1918, she taught in the Detroit
School System 12 years.
Mrs. Lewinson leaves her hus-
band, Barney; a son, Edwin; a
daughter, Virginia; two brothers,
George and Harry Rosengard; and
three sisters, Mrs. A. C. (Ann)
Pearlman, Mrs. Robert (Isabelle)
Lieberman and Mrs. Daniel
--ThLouise) Avrunin.

U.S.-Israeli Board Redelheim Dies;
Sees Desalination Headed the .BOA
BROOKLYN — Abraham A. Re-
Plant by 1972
delheim of Brooklyn, who was

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Estab-
lishment of a nuclear desalting
plant in Israel is feasible from
both technological and economic
viewpoints, and erection can be
achieved by 1972, according to
findings made known at a meeting
of the Joint. American-Israeli De-
salting Board.
It was meanwhile made known
that cooperation of America and
Israeli in desalting will be ex-
panded, and that Israel will be
asked t) participate in basic stu-
dies in the United States. A corn-
plete exchange of information will
be maintained between the two
countries.
Confidence in American indus-
trial circles about the feasibility of
the Israeli project is expected to
boost U.S. industries connected
with desalting plants.
The purpose of the meeting
was the discussion of the in-
terim report submitted by the
Kaiser-Catalytic Co. This firm
conducted the feasibility study
(Unveiling announcements may be
that began in Israel in January,
inserted by mailing or by calling The
1965. The report was ratified by
Jewish News office, 17100 W. 7 Mile
Rd., Detroit 35, VE 8-9364. Written an-
the joint board. The Board found
nouncements must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
enough data to support belief
making the insertion. There is a stana-
that erection of the plant can be
ing charge of $3.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth.)
achieved, within the contem-
*

The family of the late Rebecca plated schedule, by 1972.
The final report will be submit-
Gampel announces the unveiling of
a monument in her memory 11 ted by Kaiser-Catalytic by the end

Monument
Unveiling

a.m. Sunday, Aug. 1, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery. - Rabbi Stoll-

man will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
• * *
The family of the late Ida Blum-
berg announces the unveiling of a
monument in her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, Aug. 8 at Chesed shel
Ernes Cemetery. Rabbi Goldschlag
will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
* * *
The family of the late Rachel

of a monument in his memory
_ soon Sunday, Aug. 8, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Sperka
twill officiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

MARION KOLB

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 11:30 a.m. Sun-
day, Aug. 1 at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery.
Rabbi Syme will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

factors and application.
The boar d recognized the
need for a development project
in which various components re-
quired for the Israeli project
will be tested, including raw ma-
terials. The office of saline
waters of the U.S. Department
of the Interior will soon start
construction of its own testing
plant on the American West
Coast.
The meeting took place at the
U.S. Department of the Interior.
The Israeli team was headed by
Gen. Tzvi Tsur, chief coordinator
of the Israeli desalting project.
Kenneth Holum, assistant secre-
tary of the interior for water and

power, took part, along with other
saline water and nuclear authori-
ties of the U.S. government.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Ida Peitz
acknowledges witth grateful appre-

The Family of the Late

JOSEPH FOX

Adler will officiate. Rel-
atives and friends are
asked to attend.

J.

der Bnai Zion and was a Jewish
* * *
National Fund director.
BLANCHE
HOROWITZ, 3345
ish National Fund direcyor.
Born in Jerusalem in 1897, Mr. Richton, died July 22. Survived by
Redelheim was a public relations a son, Jack of Long Beach, Calif.,
consultant in this country for many one brother. one sister and three
grandchildren.
years.
* * *
He was active at the Zionist con-
SAMUEL FOSTER, 19766 Ward,
vention in New York earlier this

month, and was among the active
American leaders at the World
Zionist Congress in Jerusalem in
January.
He is survived by his wife, a
son, a daughter, seven grandchil-
dren and his father, Rabbi Jacob

Wolf Redelheim of Tel Aviv.

Joseph Golomb Dead

died July 28. He leaves a son, Dr.
Melvin; a daughter, Marilyn; one
brother, one sister and one grand-

child.

The Family of the Late

LEONARD
KROM IRS

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 DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 30, 1965-31

cause.
Born in Lithuania, he came to
Baltimore at age 6. He was an
agent of the Metropolitan Life
Insurance Co. from 1928 until his
retirement in 1962.
Besides his sister in Detroit,
Mr. Golomb leaves his wife, Rose;
a son, Jerome, a daughter, Mrs.
Sylvia Tapper; two brothers, two
sisters and six grandchildren.

leaders in the 1920s and 1930s.
Surviving him are his wife, Jen-
nie; a son, Frank; two daughters,
Mrs. Tobi (Ann) Goldoftas of
Cleveland and Mrs. Sidney (Mir-
iam) Rosen of Portland; a brother,
Joseph Askin of New Jersey; two
sisters, Mrs. Kate Levine of New
York and Mrs. Anna Belensky;
and eight grandchildren.

member of Bnai Brith.
He leaves three sisters, Mrs.
Philip (Rae) Olender, Mrs. Leo
(Sarah) Kolodin and Mrs. Melvyn

(Betty) Schubiner.

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Samuel Rivkin
Esther Marcus

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Lena Nucian
Ethel Rosenbaum

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9
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Rose Solomon
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Chaim Cohen
9
Louis Semansky
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Anita Rubin
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Murray Jacob Roth
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Max Roggin
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Max Louis Roberts
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Bertha Hess
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Devorah Hayman

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sky; one brother, one sister and

Sidney A. Deitch

Hashomer Officer Dies

off, treasurer of Hashomer Hatzair
in the U.S. and a member of the
American Committee for the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science, died
here July 22 at age 66. He aided
the kibbutz movement in Israel.

*
CLARA KAMINSKY, 19944
Schaefer, died July 25. Survived
by her husband, Isaac; two sons,
Theodore and Louis; one sister,
six grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
* * *
SARAH MINDLIN, 28737 Glas-
gow, Southfield, died July 26. Sur-
vived by two daughters, Mrs.
Adam (Betty) Morgan and Sylvia;
and one grandchild.
* *
JEANNETTE MENDELSON,
15245 James, Oak Park, died July
22. She leaves two daughters, Mrs.
Amy Goldin and Mrs. Ruth Hus-
ton; her mother, Mrs. Sarah Bar-

WE REMEMBER
17:17∎ 7117N

Press circulation department, died
Sunday at age 59. Mr. Rosenthal
lived at 13641 Dexter.
Druggist Aishishkin Dies;
He leaves his wife, Ida; a daugh-
Had Store for 40 Years
ter, Mrs. Louis Woodberg; two
Peter C. Aishishkin, 72, 18660 brothers, Ben and Joseph; and
Ilene, well-known Detroit pharma- three granchildren.
cist, died July 22.
For nearly 40 years Mr. Aishish-
Sid Wolfson's
kin operated the drugstore on the

corner of Oakland and Westmin-
ster.
He was the son of the late Rabbi
Ezekiel Aishishkin, who was one of
Detroit's most prominent orthodox

BENJAMIN SELIG-MAN of Tole-
do died July 27. Survived by two
sisters, Mrs. Rose Felstein and
Mary, both of Toledo; and a broth-
er, Maurice of Detroit.
*
*
HARRY KANE, 14180 River-
view, died July 25. Survived by
a son, Bruno; a daughter, Mrs.
Abe (Hannah) Bleiweiss; o n e
brother and three grandchildren.

one grandchild.
* * *
RITA BRONSTEIN, 32350 Briar
crest, Farmington, died July 27.
Survived by her husband, William;
her mother, Mrs. Bertha Koetzing;
and four daughters, Wendy, Peggy,
Nancy and Judy.
During the coming

Joseph Golomb, active member
of the Baltimore Jewish communi- Marvin Howard Dead
ty and brother of Mrs. Benjamin
Marvin Howard, co-owner of
M. Laikin of Detroit, is dead at Morris Levine and Associates engi-
age 68 following a brief illness.
neering and surveying firm in De-
Mr. Golomb was board chairman troit, died July 24 at age 41. Mr.
for
many
years
of
Agudath
Achim
desalted water per day.
Howard lived at 25350 Greenfield,
It was estimated that a capital Anshe Sphard Synagogue and was Oak Park.
investment of $150,000,000 to a lifelong worker in charitable
Detroit-born Mr. Howard was a

ciation the many kind expressions
of sympathy extended by relatives
and friends during the family's re-
cent bereavement.

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 2:30 p.m. Sunday,
Aug. 8 at Chesed shel
Emes Cemetery. Rabbi
Leo Goldman and Cantor

JESSIE DVORIN, 18062 Griggs,
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America from 1958 to 1960, died July 27. Survived by her hus-
and in that capacity addressed band, Joseph; her mother, Mrs.
sever al public Anna Graff; a son, Stephen; a
meetings of the daughter, Mrs. Sidney (Carolann)
Zionist Organiza- Seltzer of St. Louis; one brother,
tion of Detroit, three sisters and two grandchil-
died here Mon- dren.
* 4,
day at the age
SAM
WALLACE
GREEN, 3200
of 68.
An outstanding Calvert, died July 25. He leaves
Hebraist, he was his wife, Helen; three brothers
a former presi- and one sister. • * *
dent of Histad-
HARRY TRENIS. 6047 Barrett,
ruth Ivrith of
America. He also died July 26. He leaves his son,
served as grand Leonard; t w o daughters, Mrs.
Martin (Helen) Roth and Beatrice;
Mr. Redelheim master of the Or- two
sisters and one grandchild.

of November. E x p e r t s will
elaborate their study and have de-
cided to concentrate on a dual-
purpose nuclear plant, expected to
provide 200 megawatts of elec-
tricity and 100,000,000 gallons of

$175,000,000 will be required for
this plan to obtain fresh water at
a cost of 26 cents to 60 cents per
1,000 gallons, based upon interest
of between 5 and 10 per cent. The
Pearlman announces the un- feasibility study will pursue fur-
veiling of a monument in her ther research for more detailed
memory 11:30 a.m. Aug. 8 at West- data concerning the various given

wood Cemetery, 26200 Michigan
Ave., Inkster. Rabbi S. Stollman
will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
* * *
The family of the late Henry
Willner announces the unveiling

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