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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lillian Bloom, 66,
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Detroit Caterer

Luba Borochov

Luba Borochov, widow of
Dov Ber Borochov, a
founder of the Poale
(workers) Zionist move-
ment in Czarist Russia,
died Aug. 29 at age 95.
Dov Borochov, the
father of Socialist
Zionism, died in Kiev in
1917. His remains were
.brought to Israel 13 years
ago through the personal
efforts of the late Presi-
dent Zalman Shazar who
had been one of
•-..-,ochov's pupils.
rs. Borochov came to
the United States with
her two small children
after she was widowed
but settled in Palestine in
1924 and went to work for
Histadrut as a cashier.
Though not active in
politics, she was a prolific
writer and contributed ar-
ticles to Poale Zion publi-
cations in the U.S. and in
Israel.
She kept a diary in Rus-
sian in which she referred
to talks with her husband
and described her long
years as a widow. She
stipulated that the
diaries were not to be
published during her
lifetime.

Zvi Gershuni, 60
Knesset Member

OBITUARIES

Philip Ralph Horwitch,
founder of a plastics pro-
ducts manufacturing
company in Leominster,
Mass., died Sept. 2 at age
59.
Born in Leominster,
Mr. Horwitch lived 16
years in Detroit. He was
brought to the General
Motors Tech Center in
Warren 16 years ago to
assist the plastics divi-
sion. He helped develop
crash pads and other
plastic parts used in au-
tomobiles.
He was graduated from
the University of Mas-
sachusetts Engineering
school. Mr. Horwitch was
a World War II veteran
and a senior vice com-
mander of the Jewish War
Veterans Silverman-
Detroit Post. He resided
at 15598 Addison, South-
field.
He is survived by his
wife, Francine; a son,
Gary; a daughter, Mrs.
Ira (Iris) Rubin; and a
brother, Harry of
Leominster.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Lillian "Lil" Bloom,
founder in the 1950s of Lil Zvi Gershuni, an Align-
Bloom's Kosher Catering, ment Knesset member
FANNIE ASARCH,
collapsed suddenly last 16214 Cumberland,
died Sept. 6 at age 66.
Born in Bay City, Mrs. week at the Knesset Southfield, died Sept. 7.
Bloom was the caterer for building a few minutes She leaves her husband,
Cong. Bnai David. She before the House Finance Robert; two daughters,
sold carry-out kosher food Committee, of which he Patricia and Andrea; a
items at her Coolidge was a member, was brother, David L. Wexler;
Hwy. location. Some of 'scheduled to meet. He and a sister, Mrs. Ralph
her kosher products were was immediately rushed (Kitty) Goldsmith.
sold in local supermar- to the Shaare Zedek Hos-
* * *
pital and died there.
kets.
DORIS
BARNETT, 80,
Gershuni,
60,
was
a
She was a member of
Bnai Brith Women and member of Kibutz Nir- former Mt. Clemens resi-
the Mezeritcher Aid Soci- Am, and was the Align- dent of Chicago, died
ety. She resided at 14480 ment representative on Sept. 7. She leaves two
the Knesset Finance grandsons, Barry L.
LaBelle Ave., Oak Park.
Mrs. Bloom leaves a Committee. He came to Howard of Southfield and
son, Harvey of Miami, Israel 40 years ago and Jay Vern Barnett; and
Fla.; a daughter, Mrs. was active in the kibutz one great-grandson. Ser-
vices 11:30 a.m. today at
Anthony (Shirley) Fe- movement.
Beth El Memorial Park.
roni; three brothers, Jack
Interment Detroit.
Jaffe, Birney Jaffe and Julius Strauss,
* * *
Edward Jaffe; and five
Led
Cigar
Firm
grandchildren.
NEW YORK — Julius
PAULINE DEITCH, 80,
Strauss,
retired
presi-
15225
Northgate Blvd.,
Mark Vishniak,
dent and chief executive Oak Park, died Sept. 4.
of the General Cigar Co., Survived by two nieces,
Magazine Writer
Mrs. Pauline (Bunny)
NEW YORK — Mark died Sept. 3 at age 77.
Klein
Mrs. Sidney
A
native
of
Stuttgart,
Vishniak, a leading figure Germany, Mr. Strauss (Anne) and
Brand.
of the non-Bolshevik left sold the family business
* * *
in revolutionary Russia to a Swiss concern during
LUIS FREEDMAN, 77,
and later Time
former
Detroiter of Lon-
the
rise
of
Hitler
and
magazine's senior came to the U.S. in 1936. don, Ontario,
died Sept. 6.
specialist on Soviet af- He was credited with de- Survived by
his wife,
fairs, died Aug. 31 at age veloping
what was called Freda; two sons, Charles
93.
homogenized tobacco, a and Walter of New York;
A cousin of Roman Vis- process for making cigars two daughters, Mrs. Sid-
hniac, the noted photo- with the help of more au- ney (Rachel) Brickner
grapher of microscopic tomation.
and Mrs. Sol E. (Ruth)
life forms, Mr. Vishniak
Goldberg; and 13 grand-
was a law professor at the
children.
Moscow Pedagogical In- Alexander Joseph,
* * *
stitute and taught Rus- Physicist, Scientist
sian at a U.S. Navy school
LAURA HOFFER, 83,
NEW YORK — Dr. Ale-
and at Cornell Univer- xander Joseph, a retired 20841 Kipling, Oak Park,
sity. He joined Time in physicist, forensic scien- died Sept. 2. She leaves a
1946.
tist, educator and author, son, Milton; two
daughters, Mrs. Simon
died Sept. 3 at age 69.
Michael Chesik
Prior to his retirement (Rose) Miller and Belle of
Michael Chesik, former in 1975, he was professor Los Angeles, Calif.; and a
business agent for the and chairman in the sci- sister, Mrs. George (Ruth)
hotel and restaurant ence and mathematics Haar.
* *
workers union, died Sept. division at John Jay Col-
ABRAHAM KIRMAN,
legebf Criminal Justice in
2 at age 67.
Born in Poland, Mr. New York City. He was a 87, 26051 Lahser, South-
Chesik was a life-long re- consultant to the United field, died Sept. 4. Sur-
sident of Detroit. He was
States Department of vived by a son, Norman
involved in the formation Justice.
M.; a daughter, Mrs. Sig-
of labor unions. He also
was associated with the
UAW.
He leaves his wife,
Dorothy; a son, Michael
A. of Anchorage, Alaska;
Thus saith the Lord:
two daughters, Mrs.
In
an acceptable time have I answered thee,
Adele Meisel and Mrs.
And in a day of salvation have I helped thee;
James (Annette) Easton;
And I will preserve thee, and give thee
two brothers, two sisters
For a covenant of the people,
and nine grandchildren.

Rubin Losh, 63

Claire G. Rands

Rubin Losh, retired
founder and president of
Jewell Garment Co., died
Sept. 6 at age 63.
A native Detroiter Mr.
T r‘sh founded his com-
in 1 1945 and retired
year. His company
manufactured ladies
ready-to-wear garments.
A 1936 graduate of the
Detroit College of Law,
Mr. Losh went to work as
manager of the Lou
Littman Wholesale Stock
house which at that time
was the largest dis-
tributor of ladies ready-
to-wear in the area. He
was a member of Temple
Emanu-El. He resided at
13101 Northfield, Oak
Park.

He leaves his wife,
Naomi; a son, Stephen; a
daughter, Dr. Susan Hes-
selbart of Tallahassee,
Fla.; a brother, George of
North Hollywood, Calif.;
and two grandchildren.

Claire Grant Rands, a
former director of the
Fresh Air Society, died
Sept. 6 at age 61.
A native Detroiter,
Mrs. Rands was a
member of the Birmin-
gham Temple, a past of-
ficer of the Temple Beth
El Sisterhood, and a
member of the National
Council Of Jewish Women
and Hadassah.
She leaves her hus-
band, Samuel J. Rands;
two sons, P. Dennis
Rands of Miami, Fla., and
Dale G. Rands; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Seymour (Ka-
ren) Bobker of Miami;
and five grandchildren.

Philip R. Horwitch

Historic Call to Peace

To raise up the land,
To cause to inherit the desolate heritages;
Saying to the prisoners: "Go forth;"
To them that are in darkness:
"Show yourselves;"
They shall feed in the ways,
And in all high hills shall be their pasture;
They shall not hunger nor thirst,
Neither shall the heat nor sun smite them:
For He that hath compassion on them will lead them,
Even by the springs of water will He guide them.
And I will make all My mountains a way,
And My highways shall be raised on high.
Behold, these shall come from far;
And, lo, these from the north and from the west,
And these from the land of Sinim.
Sing, 0 heavens, and be joyful, 0 earth,
And break forth into singing, 0 mountains;
For the Lord hath comforted His people,
And bath compassion upon His afflicted.

—Isaiah (Chapter 49, verses 8 13)

-

man (Trudy) Gendein;
and seven grandchildren.

LINA KOHLMANN, 90,
29143 Evergreen, South-
field, died Sept. 3. Sur-
vived by two daughters,
Mrs. Peter (Else) Black of
Yorkshire, England, and
Mrs. Alexander (Grete)
Sutin; five grandchildren
and eight great-
grandchildren.

* * *
RUTH E. LIEBERMAN,
68, 22010 Ridgedale, Oak
Park, died Sept. 1. Sur-
vived by three sons,
David, Raymond and
Martin; a daughter,
Feannie; a sister, Mrs.
Sylvia Cherrin Michaels
and three grandchildren.
* * *
SAM MITTLEMAN, 80,
12 W. Glenwood Ct..
Ecorse, died Sept. 8. Sur-
vived by his wife, Minnie;
a son, Philip H. of
Chicago, Ill.; a daughter,
Mrs. Jerry (Annette)
Meisel; two brothers,
Samuel and Norman,
both of Florida; and seven
grandchildren.

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., SOUTHFIELD

PHILLIP SCHACHT,
63, 3214 Fourth St., died
Aug. 28. No known sur-
vivors.
* *
FAE SWEET, 87,
former Detroiter of
Hinsdale, Ill., died Sept. 5.
Survived by a son,
Joseph of California; two
daughters, Mrs. Sam
(Freida) Schneider and
Mrs. Alex (Tessie) Wolk;
and a niece, Mrs. Everett
(Donna) Needleman of
Chicago, Ill.

* * *

NICHOLAS YOVA, 66,
former Detroiter of Van
Nuys, Calif., died Sept. 4.
He leaves his wife, Rose; a
daughter, Mrs. Marcia
Greenspon of Van Nuys;
and a sister, Mrs. Romul
(Pearl) Pantea. Inter-
ment Detroit.

WI WADABLE
rrIZTX :71Z ■ 2

During the
coming week
Yeshivoth Beth
Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the
following d *-
parted friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial •Proyers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
Studying of
Mishnoyos.



* * *

SHIRLEY SANDLER of
Elmira, N.Y., died Sept. 1.
Survived by her husband,
Irving; and three sisters,
Mrs. Herbert N.
(Dorothy) Reinheimer of
Birmingham, Mrs. David
(Sylvia) Velk of Albany,
N. Y., and Miss Ruth
Semelisky of Miami, Fla.
Interment Elmira.

Sidney A. Deitch
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