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June 23, 1978 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-23

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" 16 • iridri, hie 23, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

$10 CkS CLOTHES

of
entire
stock
suits,sportcoats, slacks,

outerwear & shoes

SUITS,
SPORT COATS& SLACKS

Entire Stock:

20%0FF

Selected Group of

SUITS, SLACKS
SPORT COATS,

No charge for alterations

'Cash and carry

Phone: 851-9080

CLOTHES

of
West Bloomfield

in the Orchard Mall
on Orchard Lake Road
just 1 /2 block north
of Maple Road

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Mon Tue Wed Sat 10 to 6 P.M. Thurs Fri 10 to 9 P.M. Sun 12 to 5 P.M.

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OBITUARIES

JACK
ISRAEL
AARON, 75, 23560
Church, Oak Park, died
June 20. He leaves his wife,
Rose; a son, Dr. Arnold of
Pomona, Calif.; a daughter,
Mrs. Leatrice Alpern; a
brother, Jacob Aronson of
Far Rockaway, N.Y.; and
six grandchildren.
* • *
KATE BALTER, 90,
died June 19. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Lee (Lillian)
Edloff; a sister, Mrs. Flor-
ence Rosey of Miami, Fla.;
and two grandchildren.
••••
MORRIS CHAFETS,
76, 19345 Robson, Detroit,
died June 20. Survived by
his wife, Eva; a sister, Mrs.
Mary Perlmutter of
Windsor.
• • •
ALBERT ALCON
COOPER, 66, 15689 Addi-
son, Southfield, died June
19. Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Russell (Charlene)
Larson of Ypsilanti; a
brother, Edgar of Calumet
City, Ill.; two sisters, Mrs.
Isadore (Ida) Stone and Mrs.
Eva Rimar, both of Florida;
and two grandchildren.
• • •
HARRY B. FRIEDEN-
BERG, former Detroiter of
Pasadena, Calif., died May
28. He leaves his wife, Rae;
a son, Michael of Pasadena;
a daughter, Mrs. Donald
(Ghinda) Marrich; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Tillie Stovack and
Mrs. Esther Shiffman; and
three granddaughters. In-
terment Los Angeles.
• • •
SARAH GOLDBAUM,
80, 24340 Eastwood, Oak
Park, died June 20. Sur-
vived by her husband,
Harry; two sons, Meyer D.
and Isadore; two daughters,
Mrs. Henry (Sonia) Siegal of
Toronto, Ontario, and Mrs.
Isadore (Molly) Katz; two
sisters, Mrs. Hyman (Tillie)
Margolis and Mrs. Roy
(Ethel) Kurian; 13 grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren.

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FANNIE KARPEL, 80,
died JUne1.7. She leaves two
sons, Harold and Jack of
Van Nuys, Calif.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Norman (Nettie)
Freilich; a brother, Charles
Friedenberg of Miami
Beach, Fla.; two sisters,
Mrs. Florence Goldfarb of
Miami, Fla., and Mrs. Mary
Heyman of San Francisco,
Calif.; nine grandchildren
great-
and three
grandchildren.

* * •
LEON KROWITZ, 82,
27455 Greenfield, South-
field, died June 20. Sur-
vived by his wife, Jean; and
a brother, Hyman.
• • •
BESSIE LAFER, 97,
20696 Knob Woods Dr., -
Southfield, died June 21.
Survived by a son, Louis R.
of Los Angeles, Calif.; four
daughters, Mrs. Albert
(Rose) Smith, Mrs. Jack
iGoldie) Gold, Mrs. Aubrey
(Esther) Oppenheim and
Faye S.; eight grandchil-
dren and 15 great-
grandchildren.
* * •
BERNARD LINDER-
MAN, 57, 24220 Coolidge,
Oak Park, died June 17.
Survived by two sisters,
Mrs. David (Rose) Cooper
and Mrs. Carl (Betty) Nor-
ris of Olivenhain, Calif.
* s *

ELLA MONAST, 84,
15726 Fairfax, Southfield,
died June 20. Survived by
two sons, Sam and Benja-
min; and five grandchil-
dren.
* • •
NETTIE MOSS, 93, died
June 19. She leaves a
daughter, Beatrice; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Richard (Bea)
Colby and Ida Friedman;
three grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
s * •
TILLIE H. NIRKIND,
59, died June 17. She leaves
her husband, Allen J.; a son,
Robert B.; a daughter, Lynn
Beth of Marquette; and a
sister, Mrs. Isadore (Zelma)
Martin.
* * •
MILDRED PERSHIN,
57, 25530 Southfield, died
June 21. Survived by her
husband, Jerome; a son,

Benjamin Ellias

Benjamin P. Ellias,
owner and operator of the
Thriftee Market in Trenton
since 1938, died June 16 at
age 76.
Born in Bad Axe, Mr. El-
lies lived 64 years in Tren-
ton. He was the former
owner of Uncle Ben's
Lounge in Trenton.
Mr. Ellias donated the
land on which Cong. Beth
Isaac of Trenton stands, and
he was a founding member
of the synagogue. He was a
50-year member of Trenton
Lodge of the Masons and
was a member of the Detroit
Consistory and the Moslem
Temple.
He leaves a daughter,
Marian of New York; a
brother, Max; and four sis-
ters, Mrs. Sadie Mulias,
Mrs. Betty London, Mrs.
Peter (Jennie) Aishiskiii
and Mrs. Max (Rose) Carp.

Nochum; two daughters,
Mrs. Ronald (Felice) Lipsky
of North Hollywood, Calif.,
and Mrs. David (Marilyn)
Weisberg of Corte Madera,
Calif.
• 5 ■
REBECCA POLLACK,
87, 22120 Marlow, Oak
Park, died June 17. Sur-
vived by seven sons, Samuel
of Scottsdale, Ariz., Ber-
nard, Nathan, Harry, Man-
uel A., Irwin and Joseph F.
of Ypsilanti; two daughters,
Mrs. Arthur (Thelma-Toby)
Leader and Mrs. Howard
(Sarah) Selin of Morton
Grove, Ill.; 23 grandchil-
dren and 10
great-
grandchildren.
• * •
EVA ROLLER, 73, 9146
Woodward, Detroit, died
June 17. No known sur-
vivors.
• * *
EDITH WEINER, 57,
22171 Beverly, Oak Park,
died June 18. Survived by a
son, David F. of Pontiac; a
brother, Alfred M. Bartick
of Torrence, Calif.; three
sisters, Mrs. Frank
(Dorothy) Bushta, Mrs. Syl-
via Kaplan and Mrs. Ethel
Goldstein.
• • •
ROSALIND LEAH
ZUCKMAN, 64, 29096
Franklin Hills Dr., South-
field, died June 17. Sur-
vived by her husband, Mor-
ris; a son, Ralph H.; a
daughter, Mrs. Barry
(Elaine M.) Resnick; three
brothers, Meyer Levin, Is-
rael Levin and Morris Le-
vin; two sisters, Mrs. Mary
Zate and Mrs. Sam (Alice)
Olstein; and three grand-
children.

Sheldon Snitz, 52

Sheldon Saul Snitz,
owner of a wholesale pro-
duce business, died June 21
at age 52.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Snitz was a Navy veteran.
He was a member of Eins-
tein Lodge of Bnai Brith. He
resided at 13330 W. 10 Mile,
Huntington Woods.
He is survived by his wife,
Shirley; a daughter, Celia; a
brother, Louis Snitz Stone;
and two sisters, Mrs. Molly
Segall and Mrs. Idabelle
Levy, both of Florida.

Terri Anderberg

Terri Weingarden An-
derberg, a junior at the
University of Michigan,
died June 19 at age 21.
Born in Detroit, Mrs. An-
derberg was a graduate of
Harrison High School in
Farmington. She resided at
25266 Arden Park Dr.,
Farmington Hills.
She leaves her husband,
Paul; her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd (Helen) Wein-
garden; a brother, Dr. Mark
Weingarden; and grandpa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
(Phyllis) Menders.

Reform Growth

LONDON — The Reform
Movement in Great Britain
now has 28 affiliated
synagogues.

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