THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 4, 1985
ANNE BECHER, 84, died Jan. 1.
She leaves a son, Richard; and one
grandson. Services 11:3 0 a.m.
today at Ira Kaufman Chapel.
LOIS S. CENKER, 62, died Dec.
28. She leaves a son, Eric; and a
brother, Howard Kraus of North-
brook, Ill. Interment Chicago.
MOSES CENKER, 63, died Dec.
26. He leaves a son, Eric; and a
brother, Hershal of Atlanta, Ga.
SOPHIE FARBER, 88, of De-
troit, died Dec. 30. Survived by
two sons, Irving and Alfred S.; six
grandchildren and three great-
TILLIE GINIS, 83, of Southfield,
died Jan. 1. Survived by a son, Dr.
Morris; two daughters, Mrs.
Rudolph (Betty) Straus and Mrs.
Raymond (Lynn) Wert; two
brothers, Jack Zysfein and Ab-
raham Zysfein, both of New York;
a sister, Sheila Zysfein of New
York; 17 grandchildren and two
MINNIE KNOPPER, 81, died
Dec. 30. She leaves two sons, Dr.
Martin Bodansky, a sheet
metal worker for Cooney
Engineering in Oak Park, died
Dec. 27 at age 76.
Born in New York, Mr.
Bodansky was a former trustee of
Local 80, Sheet Metal Workers
and a volunteer for its credit
union. He was a member of Tem-
ple Israel, Pisgah Lodge of B'nai
B'rith, Oak Park Masonic Lodge,
Crescent Shrine Club, Scottish
Rite Bodies, Odd Fellows and was
active in efforts to help crippled
and burned children.
He leaves his wife, Katy; a son,
Irwin; and a sister, Mrs. Eugene
(Edna) StOne of Lynbrook, N.Y.
Louis Mintz, owner of Fay's
Style Shop, died Dec. 27 at age 78.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr.
Mintz was a member of Cong.
B'nai Moshe and Mosaic Lodge of
I the Masons.
He leaves his wife:Rose; and a
brother, Jack of Brooklyn.
New York — More than 10,000
delegates are expected to attend
the first world assembly com-
memorating the 40th anniversary
of the victory over the Nazis in
Israel next May.
The gathering is being spon-
sored by a worldwide coalition of
Jewish organizations. Former
U.S. Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger and New York Mayor
I Ed Koch are slated to be among
the dignitaries at the assembly.
Morton of Boulder, Colo., and
Daniel; a daughter, Mrs. Stuart
(Laurie) Graff; a brother, Irving
Key of New York; a sister, Mrs.
Mai (Tillie) Kastenbaum of New
York; seven grandchildren and
BARBARA KELTER KOMER,
81, died Dec. 26. She leaves a son,
Richard Rice of Rotunda West,
Fla.; a sister, Lillian Kelter
Brook; two grandsons and six
ROSE MARGOLIS, 84, of Far-
mington Hills, died Dec. 28. Sur-
vived by a son, Theodore (Isadore)
of Van Nuys, Calif.; a daughter,
Mrs. Lillian Evans; three
Matilda Helfgott, a member of
Jewish women's organizations,
died Dec. 27 at age 74.
Born in Detroit, Mrs. Helfgott
resided in Tamarac, Fla., at the
time of her death. She was a
member of Adat Shalom
Synagogue, Women's American
ORT, B'nai B'rith Women. and
She leaves two daughters, Mrs.
Iry (Lue) Maggin of Potomac, Md.,
and Mrs. Leo (Sylvia) Cohen of
Gaithersburg, Md.; a brother, Dr.
Harold Maxmen of Southfield;
three sisters, Mrs. Fannie Levin
of Southfield, Mrs. Rose Witt of
Detroit and Mrs. Ann Hirschman;
six grandchildren and one great-
grandchild. Interment Detroit.
Morris Sussman, a pharmacist,
died Dec. 31 at age 81.
Born in Russia, Mr. Sussman
was a life member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, a member of Per-
fection Lodge of the Masons and
the Aesculapian Pharmaceutical
He leaves two daughters, Mrs.
Gerald (Sandra) Lorence and Mrs.
Leonard (Bluma) Siegal; a son,
Alan Sussman; a sister, Mrs.
Jules (Ethel) Horowitz of Cleve-
land, Ohio; and four grandsons.
H. B. Kahrnoff
Harry B. Kahrnoff, founder and
owner of Cadillac Luggage lo-
cated in Detroit for 25 years, died
Dec. 27 at age 81.
Born in Russia, Mr. Kahrnoff
was a charter member of Tikvah
Lodge of B'nai B'rith and a
member of the Hebrew Benevo-
He is survived by his wife, Flor-
ence; three daughters, Mrs. Paul
(Deanne) Hamburger, Lois and
Mrs. Lawrence (Sharon) Gurs-
ten; and four grandchildren.
Miami Beach — Ben David Ze-
vin, head of the World Publishing
Co., once the largest publisher of
the King James Bible, died Dec.
27 at age 88.
grandchildren and one. great-
DOROTHY PARIS, 81, died
Dec. 30. She leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Benjamin (Corinne) Yancon;
two grandchildren and three
HERMAN L. SCHWARTZ, 71,
of Detroit, died Dec. 31. Survived
by a son, Joel; two daughters, Mrs.
Mark (Jaycelyn) Colestock of New
Bright, Minn., and Francine of
Boston, Mass-,; and two
HARRY SHANBERG, 62, died
PHILLIP ROSS, 77, of South-
field, died Jan. 2. Survived by his
wife, Edith; a son, Leonard; a
daughter, Carol Plotnik; a
brother, Carl of Downsview, Ont.;
a sister, Mrs. Nathan (Esther)
Kornbloom of Downsview; and
HARRY SACHS, 84, former De-
troiter of Deerfield Beach, Fla.,
died Dec. 31. He leaves his wife,
Gene; two sons, Dr. Mischa of
Farmington Hills and Dr. Barry
of Kingswood, Tex.; a daughter,
Mrs. Harold (Esther) Gottlieb of
Birmingham; a sister, Mrs. Ab-
raham (Anna) Morrison of Deer-
field Beach; ten grandchildren
and two great grandchildren.
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Next to Stanley Steamer
Dec. 31. He leaves Dr. Leslie Sher,
Sandy Brod, Sylvia Kraft, Pat
Heinderlighter, Stanley and Ann
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