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May 04, 1979 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-04

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Ohio Kidnap Victim Dies

CLEVELAND (JTA) —
Julius Kravitz, a prominent
business executive and
Jewish community leader,
died May 2 of gunshot
wounds inflicted by two
men who kidnapped him
, and his wife, Georgina, from
their Shaker Heights
apartment on Monday.
Kravitz was 68. Mrs.
KrP - itz, 56, was reported in
sa story condition with
bulict wounds in both arms.
Kravitz, a life-long resi-
dent of Cleveland, was
, board chairman of First Na-
tional Supermarkets Inc.
which operates a chain of
supermarkets in the North-
east and Midwest. He was
senior executive of the
Pick-N-Pay Supermarkets,
owned by First Nation.
Active for many years
in Jewish affairs, Kravitz
was a past general co-
chairman of the Jewish
Welfare Fund Appeal of
Cleveland and past co-
chairman of its special
gifts division. He was also
a past general chairman
of the Cleveland State of
:Israel Bonds campaign
and a former president of
the Jewish Community
.-,Council of Cleveland.
Several years ago he was
a recipient of the Bnai
Brith Humanitarian

/Monument
Unveilings

The family of the late Ab-
raham Lusky announces
- the unveiling of a monu-
ment in his memory 12 noon
Sunday, May 6, at Hebrew
Memorial Park. Rabbi
Gruskin will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are asked
- to attend.

The Family
of the Late

AARON
SCHULDINGER

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 12:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 13, at Adat
Shalom Memorial Park.
Cantor Klein will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

T SELMAN

I

Announces the un-
veiling bf a monument
in her memory 12 noon
Sunday, May 6, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Sperka will of-
ficiate. RelativeS and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

AGNES
YARROWS

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, May 13, at
Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi
Schnipper will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ellen J. Kushen

OBITUARIES

Ellen (Jones) Kushen, a (
former Detroiter who wa
active in Jewish communa 1
LOUISE S. APTEKAR,
efforts in Highland Park
'
86,
died
May 2. She leaves
Ill., died April 30 at age 42 •
her husband, Albert; two
Born in Detroit, Mrs
sons, Milton and Dr. Gerald;
Kushen attended the Uni
a daughter, Mrs. Joseph
versity of Michigan. Sh
lived in Illinois since colleg e (Beatrice) Denhoffer; a sis-
e ter, Mrs. Harry (Birdie)
graduation.
Lloyd of Huntington Park,
They held the couple at
Mrs. Kushen was the
Calif.; seven grandchildren
gunpoint and demanded $1 daughter of Jennie Jones
million ransom. Later, they former chairman of the De ' and seven great-
grandchildren. Services
forced the couple into their troit Jewish Welfare Feder
noon Sunday at Ira Kauf-
own car and after driving ation's Women's Division
man Chapel.
for a time shot them.
and of the national women's
* * *
division
of
United
Jewish
Mrs. Kravitz escaped.
RIVA (REBECCA)
One of the suspects turned Appeal.
BECKMAN, 90, 19100 W.
Besides her mother, who Seven Mile, Detroit, died
himself in late Wednesday.
Police are still searching for resides in Sarasota, Fla. , April 28. No known sur-
Mrs. Kushen is survived by vivors. * * *
the second.
her husband, Ivan; two
ANNE. ELKIN, of Bal
daughters, Ann and Karen; Harbour, Fla., formerly of
B. N. Nathanson and a brother, Richard Mt.
Clemens, died April 22.
Benjamin N. Nathanson, Jones of Chicago. Iriterment She leaves her husband,
Chicago.
a retired manufacturer of
Max; and a daughter, Mrs.
wood novelties, died March
Barbara Schimmel of
Rose Abrams, 78 Philadelphia, Pa. Inter-
23 in Ft. Meyers, Fla. He
was 81.
Rose Abrams, a former ment Philadelphia.
* * *
employee of Kline's and
Owner of McLean Spe-
WILLIAM
GOODMAN,
Schiller's
millery
depart-
cialties in Detroit, Mr.
ments before opening her 78, died April 28. He leaves
Nathanson retired five
years ago. He was a member own millinery shop, the his wife, Annette; a son,
Green Hat Box, died April Neil; two sisters, Mrs. Lou
of Pisgah Lodge of Bnai
(Gertrude) Harris and Mrs.
27 at age 78.
Brith. He resided at 850
Mrs. Abrams served as an Harry (Bess) Behrmann;
Whitmore Rd., Detroit.
and two grandsons.
He is survived by his wife, interpreter at Sinai Hospi-
** *
tal
and
later
volunteered
Evelyn; two brothers,
MARTHA MAURICE,
her time making cancer
George of Teheran, Iran,
pads. She was a member of 79, 25643 Greenfield,
and Morris of Anaheim,
the Sunshine Club and Southfield, died April 26.
Calif.; and a sistet, Pearl Pioneer Women.
Survived by a brother, Sam
Fogelman of Miami Reach,
She leaves a son, Sidney; Cooper; and a sister, Mrs.
Fla. Interment Ft. Meyers.
two daughters, Mrs. Marian Saul (Blanche) Baron.
* * *
Wiseman and Mrs. Leonard
CARD OF THANKS
JOSEPH
PECK, 65, of
(Celia) Raimi; three
The family of the late brothers, Edward New York City, died April
Isadore J. Kutinsky ac- Greenspon of New York 24. Survived by his wife,
knowledges with grateful City, George Greenspon and Blossom (Sadovitz); a son,
appreciation the many kind \ Jimmy Greenspon; a sister, Laurence of New York City;
expressions of sympathy ex- Mrs. Helen Marder of a daughter, Lois of New
tended by relatives and Pennsylvania; 10 York City; and one brother.
York.
friends during the family's grandchildren and three Interment New
** *
great-grandchildren.
recent bereavement.
MARY ROZENBLUM,
Rahl Marren 58 72, 19348 Winthrop, De-
Rahl Warren, a member troit, died April 29. Sur-
NATHAN
of Jewish women's and civic vived by a daughter, Mrs.
organizations, died April 27 Alexander (Harriet) Orns-
TALCOTT
tein; a nephew and two
at age 58.
A native Detroiter, Mrs. grandchildren.
* * *
To the greatest father
Warren was a life member
a girl ever had. Not one
MENDEL
ROZEN-.
of Greater Detroit Chapter, BLUM,
day goes by when we
75, 19348 Winth-
Brandeis
University
Na-
don't think of you.
rop, Detroit, died April 27.
tional Women's Committee;
Women's American ORT Bud Blum Dies,
Dorothy, Edith
and the American Jewish
and Sally
Congress. She was the or- Ex-Mayor's Aide
ganizer and first chairman
Bud Blum, secretary for
of the Docent Group of the former Detroit Mayor
Detroit Institute of Arts.
Charles E. Bowles, died
In Beloved Memory
She leaves her husband, April 27 at age 81.
of Our Dear Mother,
Dr. Max; two daughters,
Mr. Blum was a life
Grandmother and
Rosalind of Boston, M4ss., member of Cong. Bnai
Great-Grandmother
and Diane of Philadelphia, David and Masonic Lodge of
Pa.; a brother, Col. Ervin the Masons. In the 1920s he
BECKY
Greenbaum of Hallandale, was active in politics.
CAPLAN
Fla.; and two sisters, Mrs.
His wife, Florence, was
Harvey (Caroline) Green the executive director of
and Mrs. Earl (Elsie) Gil- Hadassah in Detroit for
Who left us May 5, 1949.
man, both of Palm Springs, more than 25 years. The
Like falling leaves the
Calif.
years go by, but preci-
couple moved to California
ous memories never die.
two years ago and resided at
Peace
Challenge
You are sadly missed by
1525 Soltair, Los Angeles,
your son, Dr. B.B. Cap-
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — 90025.
lan of Columbus, Ohio,
Egyptian Prime Minister
Besides his wife, Mr.
and your daughter and
Mustafa Khalil reportedly Blum is survived by a
son- in-law, Mr. and
challenged Israeli Foreign daughter, Mrs. Beryl
Mrs. Nathan (Ann)
Minister Moshe Dayan dur- (Josephine) Seegel of Los
Feldman of North
ing the Camp David talks to Angeles; and three
Miami, Fla.
"become known as a hero for grandchildren. Interment
peace."
Los Angeles.

Award.
Cleveland police were re-
portedly on the trail of two
suspects. According to
Shaker Heights Police
Chief George Lamboy, two
men gained entry to the
Kravitz's apartment posing
as a police officers.

-

-

"

ThE

Survived by his wife, Mary;
a daughter, Mrs. Alexander
(Harriet) Ornstein; a sister,
Mrs. Masha Avniel of Is-
rael; and two
grandchildren.
* * *
PAULINE SCHIFF, 80,
died May 2. She leaves a
brother, Samuel Miller of
Los Angeles, Calif.; three
sisters, Mrs. Sidney (Helen)
Farber of Hallandale, Fla.,
Mrs. Jacob (Rosalyn) Zeldes
and Edith Miller of Ann Ar-
bor; and four grandchildren.
* * *
RUTH SIMON, 85, died
April 28. She leaves a sister,
Mrs. Irene Kutinsky.
* * *
IRVING SMITH, 63,
died April 28. He leaves his
wife, Audrey; a son, Stuart;
a daughter, Mrs. James
(Margaret) Lanard of
Arizona; a brother, Mack of
Chicago, Ill.; and three
grandchildren.
** *
ANNA WEINER, 88,
26051 Lahser Rd., South-
field. Survived by four sons,
Irving, David B., Joseph of
San Francisco, Calif., and
Henry of Tempe, Ariz.; two
daughters, Mrs. Sara Be-
linsky and Esther; 13
grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren.
* * *
HYMAN WIENER, 93,
12800 W. Nine Mile, Oak
Park, died April 30. Sur-
vived by his wife, Sadie; two
sons, Lawrence J. and Alan
B. of South San Gabriel,
Calif.; a daughter, Dr. Ros-
lyn of South Pasadena,

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* * *
SCOTT
DAVID
WILLIAMS, 22, former
Detroiter of Sharon, Mass.,
died April 22. Survived by
his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis A. (Cecile) Williams;
a sister, Mrs. Thomas
(Nada) Webb of Foxboro,
Mass.; and grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Nat (Frieda)
Williams of Oak Park and
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WE REMEMBER



During the corning
week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the Yahr-
zeits of the follow-
ing departeo
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnavos.

SADIE LYNN
ALICE ROBINSON
EVA WAINER
MARIE ZARKIN
HANNA BORDELOW
BESSIE GOLDSMITH
FANNIE GOREN
IDA KARBEL
ROSE KELMAN
JACOB LECHTZIN
IDA REISER
PHILIP ROSS
ANNA SPITZER
SIDNEY APPLEBAUM
FANNIE FREEDMAN
VICTORIA FREEDMAN
GERSHON GROSSMAN
MR. S. JALAN
TOBA LERNER
GUS LEW
HARRY SHAPIRO
CHARLOTTE YAFFE
ABRAHAM •BERRIS
EVA GOLDEN
LEOPOLD HERTZ
CHARLES LIPCHINSKY
DAVID MODLINSKY
ANNA RABINOVITCH
BETTY ROBINS
SADIE WOOLF
JACOB BERNER
LENA BODZIN
CLARA SARAH DRESCHER
SADIE EISENBERG
PAULINE GARELICK
THEODORE ROGVOY
SARAH SHULMAN
MORRIS Z. CUTLER
MINNIE FRIEDMAN
SARAH R. KAPLAN
KOPEL KAPLOWITZ
JEAN L. KRAVETZ
ALICE MARCUS
STANLEY SAMEROFF
DAVID SCHNEIDER
MAX SCHULTZ
AIZIK SELESNY
SARAH A. SHEAWITZ
LIBBY TAITELBAUM
JOSEPH M. YAKER
ANNA BENNETT
HAROLD BILLER
BELLA KOWAL
FANNY PEVOZ
CHARLES SCHWARTZ
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