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May 15, 1987 - Image 119

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-15

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When So Sorry
is not enough . .
Send a tray

Nibbles
& Nuts

Max Pincus, Notable
Among Detroit Boosters

Max J. Pincus, a leading
Detroit booster, former retail
clothing executive and owner of
the London Chop House, died
May 9 at age 63.
Born in Philadelphia, Mr.
Pincus lived 36 years in
Detroit. From 1951 to 1980, Mr.
Pincus owned, with his brother
Bernard, the Hughes and
Hatcher chain of clothing
stores, of which he was the
president. The brothers sold
their company in 1980.
In 1982, Mr. Pincus bought
the London Chop House and
the Caucus Club, the latter of
which he sold in 1986.
A graduate of Harvard
University, Mr. Pincus served
in the Army Corps of Engineers
and worked on the Manhattan
Project during World War II. He
later joined the family clothing
business prior to moving to
Detroit.
He was a notable among
Detroit's movers and shakers,
and with his wife, Lainie,
benefitted many charitable
projects.
In the civic sphere, Mr. Pincus
was a member of the board of

Robert Rosenberg

Former Detroiter Robert N.
Rosenberg, a member of the
State of Michigan Attorney
General's staff since 1973, died
May 10 at age 40.
Born in Youngstown, Ohio,
Mr. Rosenberg resided in
Detroit prior to moving to East
Lansing in 1973.
He was graduated from the
University of Michigan Law
School with a J.D. degree in
1973. Mr. Rosenberg was a
member of East Lansing's
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, State Bar
of Michigan and the American
Association of Public Welfare
Attorneys.
He is survived by his wife,
Janis; a son, Jeff; a daughter,
Jill; his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Rosenberg of
Southfield; a brother, Stanley of
Bloomfield Hills; nieces and
nephews.

Dr. Rosefield

Dr. John L. Rosefield, a fami-
ly physician in Detroit for 60
years, died May 4 at age. 87.
Born in Minsk, Russia, Dr.
Rosefield lived 83 years in
Detroit. He attended Cass 'Tech,
Wayne State University and
the University of Michigan
Medical School. He was a staff
doctor at Hutzel Hospital and
had cared for nearly four
generations of patients.
He leaves a son, Ronald Ross;
a brother, Sol Rosenfeld; two
sisters, Mrs. Isabelle Gray and
Mrs. Ben (Rose) Miller; and two
grandsons.

governors of Wayne State
University for 16 years, was a
member of the City of Detroit
Arts Commission, a board
member of the Friends School
in Detroit, had co-chaired an
NAACP Fight for Freedom din-
ner and had served as vice
president of the Michigan
Association for Emotionally
Disturbed Children.
In the Jewish community, Mr.
Pincus was a member of
Franklin Hills Country Club, a
former member of Temple
Emanu-El, a former member of
the Jewish Welfare Federation
Board of Governors and its
Community Relations Division,
former co-chairman of the Mer-
cantile Division of the Allied
Jewish Campaign and a former
AJCampaign chairman.
Besides his wife, Mr. Pincus
is survived by two daughters,
Julie of San Francisco, Calif.,
and Lisa of Aspen, Cola; a son,
James Yaffe of Los Angeles,
Calif.; and two brothers, Ber-
nard and Jack of Los Angeles.

Nathan Tarnow

Nathan Tarnow, co-founder of
Tarnow Electric Supply, died
May 9 at age 79.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Tarnow
started his business in 1935
and it is still in operation today.
He was the unofficial host to
visiting baseball umpires. They
awarded him a lifetime pass to
any baseball game in the coun-
try. He spent many years
visiting the Detroit Tigers in
Lakeland, Fla., during spring
training.
He was a member of the
Crisis Club, The 2,000 Club,
The Recess Club, The 100 Club,
Boys Town of Italy, the Elec-
trical Old Timers, the Hannah
Schloss Old Timers.
He leaves two sons, Arthur
and Robert; a daughter, Mrs.
Isadore (Adrienne) Goldbaum;
three brothers, Ben, William
and Louis; a sister, Gloria; 12
grandchildren and one great-
granddaughter.

Bernice Neuman

Bernice Neuman, a member
of Jewish organizations in
Flint, died May 4, at age 84.
Born in Poland, Mrs. Neuman
was a member of Flint's Thmple
Beth El, Women's American
ORT, Hadassah and B'nai
B'rith.
She is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. David (Leona)
Small of Pompano Beach, Fla.,
and Mrs. Gerald (Sylvia)
Berner of Flint; five grand-
children, nieces and nephews.

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