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March 03, 1967 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-03

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Albert Golomb,
Pittsburgh Paper
Manacrer, , Dies, , 63

PITTSBURGH, Pa. - Albert W.
Golomb, general manager of the
Jewish Chronicle of this city, a
prominent leader in Jewish news-
paper circles, died Feb. 25 at the
age of 63. He is survived by his
wife, Ethel, who was for a number
of years his associate in the Pitts-
burgh Outlook which he organized
and which was merged into the
i > current community-operated Jew-
L_--- --., Chronicle.
founder of the American As-
N ation of English-Jewish News-
I--\
papers, now the American Jewish
Press Association, "Mr. Golomb was
the association's vice president at
the time of his death. He previous-
ly served for 10 years as the asso-
ciation's treasurer.
Mr. Golomb was a member of
the board of directors of the Heb-
rew Institute of Pittsburgh, a mem-
ber of the Zionist Organization of
America, Bnai Brith and Brandeis
University Men's Club.
Among the many leaders who at-
tended the services was Adolph
Rosenberg, of Atlanta, president of
the AJPA. The offices of the Jew-
ish Chronicle were closed last Fri-
day in memory of Mr. Golomb.
Mr. Golomb, who was born in
Pittsburgh, began his journalistic
career as associate sports editor on
the defunct Pittsburgh Dispatch.
After graduation from the Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh, he became pub-
lisher of the American Jewish Out-
look which was absorbed by the
Jewish Chronicle.

Human Rights Committee
Set Up Within the OAS

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) - On a
motion by Chile, welcomed by the
Latin American section of the
World Jewish Congress, the third
extraordinary session of the Or-
ganization of American States,
concluded here last weekend,
adopted a resolution setting up in-
side OAS a special human rights
committee. The WJC is the only
nongovernmental organization that
had been invited by the OAS to
attend the inter-American confer-
ence as an observer.
The vote on the human rights
resolution, introduced by Manuel
Biamchi of Chile, was adopted by
a ballot of 18-0, with Argentina
abstaining.
Following the session, Dr. Isaac
Goldenberg, president of DAIA,
the central body of organized
Argentine Jewry, criticized Ar-
gentina for its abstention, de-
claring that the country's OAS
delegation "had not lived up to
the expectations of Argentine
public opinion."
Dr. Jose A. Mora, general sec-
retary of the OAS,' addressed a
luncheon given in his honor by the
WJC, at which Dr. Goldenberg
and Dr. Moises Goldman, chair-
man of the WJC's Latin American
executive, endorsed the Chilean
move for the establishment of an
OAS human rights committee.
At the luncheon, Dr. Mora
- nraised the WJC's cooperation with
le OAS, and lauded Israel's close
.)operation with the Organization
of American States.

The Family of the Late

GEORGE SPOON

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.

••

••...4•; ;;;;; ;•

Yeshiva U. Chemist,
Benjamin Rochien,51;
Dr. Samuel Soloveichik Manufacturer of Hats

NEW YORK - Dr. Samuel Solo-
veichik, associate professor of
chemistry at Yeshiva University
and an authority on the history of
chemistry, died last Saturday at
age 58.
Dr. Soloveichik, who joined Ye-
shiva University in 1953, special-
ized in the study of the effects of
laboratory experimentation on the
health of great research chemists
in the 19th Century. He found that
many had suffered early death or
mental deterioration as a result
of working with toxic materials,
and warned that even today re-
search chemists generally lead
shorter lives than persons in other
professions.
Last October, Dr. Soloveichik
stirred the interest of the scien-
tific community by proposing the
first classification scheme for
aliphatic organic chemicals. It is
designed to provide organic
chemists with a research tool
similar to the "periodic table"
developed in the 19th. Century,
which revolutionized the study
of inorganic chemistry.
A member of a renowned family
of rabbinic scholars, Dr. Solovei-
chik was born in Poland in 1908.
He obtained his education at the
University of Brussels, from which
he graduated magna cum laude and
received his doctor of science de-
gree in 1934.
He came to the United States
in 1939, and during World War II
served as a research chemist with
various government organizations,
including the chemical board of
warfare and the economic board
of warfare, both components of
the State Department.
Among his survivors are his
brothers, Rabbi Dr. Joseph B.
Soloveitchik, professor of Talmud at
Yeshiva University's Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Theological Seminary
and the recognized authority on
Orthodox Jewish theology, and
Rabbi Aaron Soloveichik, dean of
the Hebrew Theological College
in Chicago.

Monument
Unveiling

Unveiling announcements may be in
serted by mail or by calling The Jewish
News office, 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd., De.
troit 48235. VE 8-9364. Written an-
nouncements must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a stand-
ing charge of $3.50 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth.
and $7.00 for one two inches deep with
a black border.
*

The family of the late Benjamin
Hausner announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory 2
p.m. Sunday, March 19, at Clover
Hill Park Cemetery. Rabbi Israel
Goodman will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to attend.

Sam Maltz, 51, Dies;
Was Newspaper Worker

Benjamin Rochlen, for many
years the only millinery manufac-
turer in Michigan, died Monday at
age 51.
A native of Detroit, Mr. Rochlen
was founder, owner and president
of Charm Hat Co., Inc., at 1425
Broadway. He was in the millinery
manufacturing business for 35
years.
A member of Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue, Mr. Rochlen, . 18247 Ard-
more, also belonged to the Zionist
Organization of America and Tam
O'Shanter Country Club.
Survivors are his wife, Evelyn;•
two sons, Kenneth and Donald;
three sisters, Mrs. Fred (Belle)
Goodman and Mrs. Ted (Ann)
Vane and Mrs. Jack (Mollie) Ros-
enthal, both of Los Angeles; and
one grandchild.

Armand Brunschwig,
Leader of Swiss Jewry

GENEVA (JTA) - Armand
Brunschwig, honorary president of
the Geneva Jewish community and
for many years a leader in Jewish
and Israeli causes in this country,
died here at age 85.
Brunschwig was president of
this city's Jewish community until
recent years. He was also presi-
dent of Swiss ORT, and held many
important positions in non-Jewish
as well as in Jewish and especially
Israeli causes here. A generous
contributor to Israeli causes, he
was president of the Geneva com-
mittee for the sale of Israel bonds.
During World War II, he de-
voted his energies and influence
to aiding Jewish refugees from
Nazi-occupied countries. He had
also been vice president of the
Swiss Federation of Jewish com-
munities and honorary president
of the ORT Central Institute
here.
His widow, Suzanne Brunschwig,
is honorary president of the Gene-
va section of the Women's Inter-
national Zionist Organization. An-
other survivor, a son, Jean, is pres.
ident of the Keren Hayesod, the
fund-raising arm of the World
Zionist Organization in French
Switzerland.

Norman Tishman, 65
Was NY Philanthropist

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

NEW YORK-Norman Tishman,
a leading New York realtor and
philanthropist, died Monday at his
home here at age 65.
Mr. Tishman, one of the coun-
try's leading developers of office
and apartment buildings, was
chairman of the board of Tishman
Realty and Construction Co.,
founded by his Polish-born immi-
grant father.
He was a trustee of the Federa-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies of
New York and honorary chairman
of the board of governors of the
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai
Brith. He was also active in the
American Jewish Committee and
in the United Jewish Appeal of
Greater New York.

Sam Maltz, a circulation district
manager of the Detroit Free Press
for 31 years, died Feb. - 23. He
was 51.
Mr. Maltz was a member of the
Mosaic Lodge F&AM and a mem-
ber of the Detroit Consistory and
Composer Franz Waxman
Moslem Temple.
He is survived by his wife, Lil-
LOS ANGELES (JTA)-Franz
lian, and two sons, Phillip and Waxman, a prominent Jewish
Allen.
composer who won Oscars from
the Motion Picture Academy for
Boston Hospital Gets Grant two movie scores he composed,
BOSTON (JTA) - The United died at Mount Sinai Hospital here
States Public Health Service has last weekend at age 60,
Born in Germany, Mr. Waxman
given Beth Israel Hospital here a
grant of $1,662,000 for the con- studied music in Berlin and fled
struction of a four-story research to Paris in 1933 when the Nazis
building, it was announced by came to power. His score for a
Samuel L. Slosberg and Dr. Mit- French film brought him to Holly-
chell T. Rabkin, respectively presi- wood the following year and he
dent and general director of the remained here to compose the
music for many American movies.
hospital.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 3, 1967-31

OBITUARIES

HARRY BERMAN, 382 Newport,
died Feb. 26. Survived by his wife,
Mary; two sons, Seymour A. and
Jack J.; a daughter, Susan; and
four grandchildren.
• * *
BEATRICE BOCK of Brooklyn
died Feb. 26. Survived by a son,
Howard, of Detroit; brothers, sis-
ters and three grandchildren.

*
SADIE BOCKOFF, former De-
troiter of N. Hollywood, Calif.,
died Feb. 28. Survived by her hus-
band, Sam; her mother, Mrs. Leah
Heller of Detroit; one brother and
two sisters, Mrs. Sam (Dorothy)
Goldstein and Mrs. Myer (Celia)
Raclin, both of Detroit.
• *
WILLIAM L. GOTTLIEB, 18225
Appoline, died Feb. 24. Survived
by his wife, Ruth; a son, Albert; a
daughter, Mrs. Irving (Frances)
Sable; one sister and three grand-
children.
* * *
ZIGMUND GREY, 6424 W. Fort,
died Feb. 25. He leaves his wife,
Lillian; three sons, Leonard, Law-
rence and Leslie; one brother and
one sister.
* * *
JEAN MATATALL, 2467 Cass,
died Feb. 27. Survived by a son,
George Karson of Tarzana, Calif.;
two brothers, five sisters and two
grandchildren.

MOSES MATLF.N, 16124 Green-
field, died Feb. 25. Survived by his
wife, Goldie; two sons, Lawrence
and Jerry; two daughters, Carol
and Mrs. Roy (Paula) Steinbach;
his mother, Mrs. Mary Matlen;
four brothers and two sisters.
• * • *

SAMUEL R.OSENSTEIN, 20200
Faust, died Feb. 26. Survived by
his wife, Goldie; three sons. Irving,
Julius and David; and one sister.

*

* *

ESTHER ROSENTHAL, 21180 W.
Seven Mile, died March 2. She
leaves two sons, Nathan and Ger-
ald; a daughter, Mrs. Harvey
(Kay) Myerson; and six grandchil-
dren.
* * *

ANN SCHEINBACH of Toledo
died Feb. 27. Survived by her hus-
band, Mark, formerly of Detroit; a
son, Irving; and a daughter, Ruth
Steingroot.
* * *

MAX SELTZER, 23501 Wild-
wood, Oak Park, died Feb. 23. He
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Sam (Mir-
iam) Zachs; five grandchildren
and one great-grandson.
* * *

SAM SHIER, 4236 Clements, died
Feb. 28. He leaves his brother,
Elias; and one sister in Paris.

* *

HARRY STEINBERG, 17141
Washburn, died Feb. 28. He leaves
his wife, Dorothy; and two broth-
ers, Joseph and Sam of Sepulveda,
Max Prince, founder and one- Calif.
time owner of Prince Motor Sales
on W. Fort St., died Feb. 23 at
age 73.
Mr. Prince, a 50-year resident of
Detroit, lived at 19767 Cranbrook.
7ins:
He was a member of Cong. Beth
Abraham, Craftsman Lodge F&AM,
During the coming
Moslem Temple and Detroit Con-
week. Yeshiva Beth
sistory. He was also a member of
Yehuda will observe
Bnai Brith.
the Yahrzeit of the
Mr. Prince is survived by his
following deported
wife, Lillian; a son, Jack, of Ros-
friends, with the -
traditional Memorial
lyn, N.Y.; a daughter, Mrs. Alvin
Prayers, recitation of
(Ruth) Yarrows; a brother, Julius
Kaddish and study-
of California; a sister in Israel and
ing of Mishnayes.
five grandchildren.

Dealership Founder,
Max Prince, Dies at 73

gts WE REMEMBER
71-arx

Marcia Baru, Teacher

Marcia Baru, a teacher in the
Livonia Public Schools, was killed
in an automobile accident Monday
outside Ann Arbor, where she and
her husband David made their
home.
Mrs. Baru, 23, a native of St.
Louis, also leaves her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Erlich of St. Louis.
Interment St. Louis.

John Dight, British Leader

LONDON (JTA) - John Dight,
chairman of the Jewish Defense
Committee and a leader of British
Jewry, died here Tuesday at age
74. Born in London, Mr. Dight
served as chairman of the Asso-
ciation of Jewish Friendly Socie-
ties and was named to the Jewish
Defense Committee in 1948.

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