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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS.

10 • Friday, , March 20, 1981

Long-Term Cure for Israeli Economy

OBITUARIES

JERUSALEM (ZINS) — believe that no matter who
"The problems to the Israeli will win the elections, the
economy — inflation, high economic• problems, which
three
MICHAEL BADE, 75, of Klimist;
defense spending and spi- are already affecting the
raling fuel costs — are prob- important military sector Brooklyn, N.Y., died March grandchildren and one
lems which will require and the rate of emigration, '40. Survived by his wife, great-grandson.
* * *
Mildred; a son, Robert of
years to cure," said an will continue.
Copiague, N.Y.; a daughter,
BEN GOLDSTEIN, 64,
economist of the Bank of Is-
Mrs. Al (Norma) Schonwet- died March 12. He leaves
rael, the central bank. Haig Assessment
ter of Oak Park; and four his wife, Rebecca; two sons,
Moreover, some of the eco-
PARIS (ZINS) — U.S.
omic problems are beyond Secretary of State Alexan- grandchildren. Interment Melvin S. and Mark W. of
New York.
Santa Rosa, Calif.; two sis-
Israeli control. .
der Haig recently told
* * *
ters, Mrs. Sol (Helen) Mos-
The cost of oil rose from the French newspaper
ROSE BENJAMIN, 86, kowitz of the Bronx, N.Y.,
$775 million in 1978 to Politique Internationale
died March 12. She leaves and Mrs. Sol (Rae) Cooper;
$2.25 billion in 1980 as the that the Palestine Libera-
Israelis returned oil fields tion Organization was not two daughters, Mrs. Ed- and four grandchildren.
* * *
ward (Frances) Perlmutter
in Sinai as part of the price monolithic: it had some de-
GOLDA GUTTMAN,
and
Mrs.
Paul
(Lois)
for peace with Egypt.
cent, responsible members
Brickman of Chicago, Ill.; a 81, died March 18. Survived
Furthermore, despite the and some who are finan-
peace treaty, Israel has cially and ideologically brother, Albert Slakter of by a son, William Goodman;
Las Vegas, Nev.; two sis- a daughtef, Mrs. Julia
been forced to bear the tre- linked to the Soviet Union.
ters,
Goldie Slakter and Eva Schick; a brother, Irving
mendous costs of a new gen-
Haig said American
eration of weapons as well recognition of the PLO Slakter; four grandchildren Halpert of Philadelphia,
and two great-grand- Pa.; a sister, Mrs. Selma
as expensive pullbacks from would come only when the
Roth of Philadelphia; five
children.
Sinai. Some of the burden is organization assumed cer-
* * *
grandchildren and six
borne by American aid and tain specific respon-
loans, but the loans will sibilities.
DELIA BERGSTEIN, great-grandchildren.
* * *
87, died March 13. She
have to be repaid and depth
NORMA HILLEL
service already accounts for Rabin Advocates
leaves a daughter, Mrs.
about a third of the budget.
Walter (Herma) Cohn; KRASTOF, 36, died March
Defense
Cutback
three sisters, Mrs.. I. D. 16. He leaves his mother,
The military absorbs
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — (Bea) Friedman, Mrs. Oscar Mrs. Anne Krastof Koper; a
another third. It is a
measure of military costs Former Israeli Prime (Corrine) Salkin and brother, Mark; and a sister,
Nobel.
that domestic spending Minister Yitzhak Rabin Frances Marx, all of Sher- Mrs. David * (Debra)
* *
alone — army salaries told a television interviewer man Oaks, Calif.; two
ARON LANKIN, 69,
and the local arms indus- recently that Israel should grandchildren and two
died March 16. Survived by
try — represents 15 per- reduce its defense expendi- great-granddaughters.
* * *
his wife, Helen; a daughter,
cent of the.gross national tures because of the current
MORRIS
BERK, 78, Mrs. Ronald (Phyllis) Os-
situation
in
the
Middle
product, a proportion
died March 12. He leaves . troff; and three grand-
three times that in most of East.
a son, Raymond; a sister, children.
Rabin said that the peace
the members of the At-
* * *
treaty with Egypt, the rift Mrs. Fay Goldfarb; and
lantic alliance.
Israeli political parties between Syria and Jordan three grandchildren.
LEON LEWKOWICZ,
* * *
focus on economy as the key and the Iran-Iraq war have
75, died March 5. Survived
to the national elections reduced the Arab threat to
RUBIN BERMAN died by his wife, Lili; two sons,
June 30. Israeli economists Israel.
March 14. Survived by his Harry and Maurice; and a
wife, Kay; a son, Lester; a daughter, Mrs. Allen (Phyl-
daughter, Ellen; two lis) Kessler.
* * *
brothers, Irving of Miami,
Fla., and Ben Deir of San
LARRY LIPSON, 58,
Francisco, Calif.; two sis- died March 4. Survived by
1 75 1 5 W. 9 Mile Rd.
ters, Mrs. Charles (Shirley) his wife, Rosalie; two sons,
Charles of Los Angeles and Ronald and Brian; two
Suite 865
Mrs. Sophie Haberal, Las brothers, Nathan and Ben;
Southfield, Mich. 48075
Vegas, Nev.; and two and two sisters, Edith and
grandchildren.
Evelyn of Chicago.
• * *
** *
IRVING BRONSON,
died
MAX
LOBEL
73, former Detroiter of Boca
Raton, Fla., died Jan. 30. March 13. Survived by his
Survived by his wife, Elsie; wife, Ann; two sons, Gerald
a son, Dr. Barry of West A. and Ronald of Haver-
Bloomfield; a daughter, town, Pa.; two daughters,
Mrs. Gerald (Fern) Broock Mrs. Bernard (Loretta) Or-
of Dayton, Ohio; a brother, zuch and Mrs. Andrew
Boris "Bud" of Farmington (Sandra) Cohen of St.
Hills; four sisters, Mrs. Iry Petersburg, Fla.; two
(Dolly) Ruby of Florida, brothers, Morris of Denver,
Mrs. Henry (Sue) Levin of Colo., and Louis of Los
Dearborn and Mrs. Rose Angeles; two sisters, Mrs.
Lansky of Southfield; and Rose Buckley of Los
Angeles and Mrs. Jean
four grandchildren.
Goldman of Miami, Fla.;
* * *
and 10 grandchildren.
HARRY FELSOT, 92,
* * *
former Detroiter of Los
MOLLY LUTREN, 57,
Angeles, Calif., died March died March 15. Survived by
17. Survived by a daughter, her' husband, Leon; her
Mrs. Sydney (Helen) Cooper mother, Mrs. Freda Les-
of Southfield; two brothers, sing; and a brother, Bearl of
Max of Southfield and Chicago, Ill.
Paste in old label
Henry of Miami Beach, Fla.;
* * *
four grandchildren and 10
BECKY MALEN, 89,
great-grandchildren.
died March 18. Survived by
Interment Los Angeles.
a son, Albert; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Esther Robbins
BENJAMIN FINK, 57, and Mrs. Harry (Lillian)
former Detroiter of St. Castleman; eight grand-
Petersburg, Fla., died children and 11 great-
March 14. He leaves his grandchildren.
father; Isadore Fink; two
*
brothers, George and Julius
ARTHUR MARLEY
of California; and a sister,
Mrs. Martin (Lottie) died March 13. Survived by
Bruseloff. Interment De- a daughter, Mrs. James
(Carol) Spezzano of Lake
troit.
Havasti, Ariz.; and one
*
granddaughter.
88,
MAX
L.
GIDION,
NAME
died March 12. He leaves
RHEA PHILLIPS, 61,
his wife, Hilda; a daughter,
Effective Date
Mrs. Sheldon (Inez) died March 16. She leaves
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her husband, Julian; two
sons, Ronald of Appleton,
Wis., and Kenneth; and two
grandchildren.

Schwartz and Mrs. Albert
(Rose) Alfou; nine grand-
children and 12 great-
grandchildren.

* * *

* * *

LIBBY SIMONS, 75,
BENJAMIN ROSEN- died March 17. She leaves -
BLOOM died March 14. two daughters, Mrs. David
Survived by his wife, Helen; (Judith) Gold and Mrs. Mor-
two sons, Simon Roberts. ton (Elinor) Trotsky; a
and Marcus Roberts of brother, Isadore Kustin of
Bloomingdale, N.J.; a sis- Cleveland, Ohio; two s'Q
ter, Mrs.. Sarah Rubin; and ters, Mrs. Sadie Young a
seven grandchildren.
Mrs. Anne Katzman, both u.
* * *
Cleveland; and five grand-
LILLIAN SACHS, 66, children.
* * *
died March 12. She leaves
BESSIE TEITEL, 81,
two brothers, Marvin Sachs
and Paul Danto; and a sis- died March 14. She leaves a
ter, Mrs. Gerson (Elaine) son, Ben; a daughter, Mrs.
Lacoff; nieces and nephews. Oscar (Jeanette) Cook; two
* * *
brothers, Sam Birholtz and
LILLYAN GREEN- Morris-Birholtz; two sisters,
BERG SCHAFFER, for- Mrs. Mark (Gladys) Lawr-
merly of Ann Arbor, of Palm ence and Mrs. Fannie Be-
Springs, Calif., died March rman; six grandchildren
14. She leaves a daughter, and five treat-grand-
Mrs. Margo Schaffer children.
Millsberg of Palm Springs;
a sister, Mrs. Ruth Cornell Water, Project
of Palm Springs; and one
_ASHDOD (JNI) — A $26
granddaughter. Interment million prototype desalina-
Palm Springs.
tion plant, the largest of its
* * *
kind' in the world, is being
ANN SIMON, 83, died built by the U.S. and Israel
March 11. She leaves her in Ashdod. The plant is
husband, Max; two sons, aimed at developing new
Irving and Dr. Burton; a technology and will be able
brother, Max Smith; two to desalinate 17,000 cubic
sisters, Mrs. Leo (Betty) meters of water a day.



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