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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-27

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JEWISH 'NEWS

Ida Spear, 75

Ida Spear, who amassed
41,000 volunteer hours at
Sinai Hospital, died Aug 23
at age 75.
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Spear lived 70 years in De-
troit. She was a life member
of Jewish Home for Aged
and Children's Hospital.
She also held membership
in Hadassah, League of
Jewish Women's Organiza-
tions, Louis Marshall Chap-
ter of Bnai Brith, Primrose
Benevolent Club, Hebrew
Benevolent Society,
Women's American ORT,
Jewish National Fund and
haare Zedek Hospital
She began her volunteer
service at Sinai in 1959. She
was a member of the Sinai
Hospital Guild since 1958,
and a life member since
1976.
She is survived by a son,
Dr. Victor of Rockford, Ill.; a
daughter, Mrs. Gladys
Sampson; four
grandchildren and one-
great-granddaughter.

Clara Roman

Clara Roman, an original
member of the Jewish Folk
Chorus, died Aug. 20 at age
82.
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Roman lived 40 years in De-
troit. She was a member of
Hadassah and was active in
tasks on behalf of the
Jewish National Fund.
She leaves nieces and
nephews.

In Memoriam

In loving memory of Phil-
lip Golden, who passed
away Aug. 31, 1979. Missed
by wife, Ethel; children,
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.

HAROLD "HAL"
BRAY, 58, former De-
troiter of Paris, France, died
Aug. 14. Survived by his
wife, Anne; two daughters,
Laura and Jennie; and a
brother in Los Angeles,
Calif. Interment France.
* * *
ESTHER BROWN, 65,
of Windsor, Ont., died Aug.
21. Survived by a sister,
Mrs. Ida Baron of Chicago,
Ill. Interment Detroit.

James Kahn,
Publisher, 74

BOSTON (JTA) — James
Kahn, publisher of the
Jewish Times of Brookline,
died Aug. 11. He was 74.
Mr. Kahn was born in
Worcester, Mass., and had
resided in the Boston area
for many years. A graduate
of Boston University School
of Business Management,
Mr. Kahn was a salesman of
advertising, and as such he
represented many news-
papers in Massachusetts.
More than two decades
ago Mr. Kahn established
the Jewish Times as an al-
ternative voice of the
Jewish community in the
Metropolitan area.

Mr. Kahn was a member
of Temple Ohabei Shalom,
Brookline; Bnai Brith, the
Zionist Organization of
America, the Men's Asso-
ciation of the Hebrew Re-
habilitation Center for the
Aged, and the Tub Thum-
pers, a fraternal organiza-
tion of persons affiliated
with the advertising busi-
ness.

N

In loving memory of
our-beloved

CONNIE

Sadly missed by her
entire family.

OBITUARIES

_ —
CLARA GOROSH, 88,
died Aug. 22. She leaves a
son, Bernard; a daughter,
Marilyn Brenner; three
brothers, William Wolfe,
Joseph Wolfe and Morris
Moss; two sisters, Mrs.
Betty Schreiber of Miami
Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Eva
Sumner of Windsor, Ont.;
12 grandchildren and one
great-grandson.
* * *
DENNIS HORDS, 22,
former Detroiter of LaMesa,
Calif., died Aug. 23. He
leaves his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Stuart (Patricia)
Hords of Southfield and
Judith Hords of LaMesa;
brothers and sisters, Debbie
and Lori of California,
David Kramer of South-
field, Brandon Czech, Renee
Czech and Jason Czech; and
grandmothers, Mrs. Shirley
Rosenberg of Florida and
Mrs. Mary Utley of Califor-
nia.
* * *
NETTIE KONSTAN-
TIN, 86, of Southfield, died
Aug. 21. Survived by a son,
William; a daughter, Mrs.
Maurice (Sylvia) Stotzky; a
brother, Bernardo Baum of
Florida; a sister, Mrs. Bella
Moncarz of Brussels, Bel-
gium; four grandchildren
and three great-
grandchildren.
• * *
AUSTEN JOSEPH
LANDMAN, 67, of Cin-
cinnati, Ohio, died Aug. 25.
Survived by his wife,
Mildred; two sons, Jerome
of Indianapolis, Ind., and
Stephen of Ann Arbor; a
brother, Milton of Cincin-
nati; and two granddaugh-
ters. Interment Detroit.

.

ALEX AISNER'S

FAMILY WISHES TO ACKNOWLEDGE WITH
GRATEFUL APPRECIATION THE MANY KIND
EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY EXTENDED BY
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS DURING THE
FAMILY'S RECENT BEREAVEMENT.
WIFE, IDA; SONS, DAVID AND ARTHUR

N

The Family
of the Late

DR. IRA
AVRIN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

Alex Kraft
Dr. and Mrs. Jeffy Kraft
Mr. & Mrs. Jerald (Marilyn) Goldsmith

The Family Of

ELLA
KRAFT

CARD OF THANKS

The Family

of the Late

JEANNE

STUTZ

Wishes to thank her
many friends and rela-
tives for their kind ex-
pressions of sympathy.

Acknowledges with grateful appreciation
the many contributions and expressions of
sympathy extended by friends and relatives
during the family's recent bereavement.

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ADA HOROWITZ
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BLANCHE KALE
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ANNA KUSHNER LEVITT
13 1
ISADORE C. LUBETSKY
13 1
BEATRICE PEIMAN
13 1
ROCHEL POMERANTZ
13 1
BERTHA WEINSCHENK
13 1
MORRIS NOAH KLEIFF
14 2
HERMAN MICHEL
14 2
MAX LIONEL RAIMI
14 2
MOLLY SCHWARTZ
14 2
SIGMUND M. THORNE
14 2
SOLOMON WEBER
14 2
ABNER WOLF
14 2
MILTON ABRAMSON
15 3
NORBERT H. AOUATE
15 3
EDUS BARSHACK
BERMAN
15' 3
JOSEF GLASER
15 3
GHANA DVORA
KAZERINSKI
15 3
AVROHOM MOSHE
KAZERINSKI
15 3
MICHAEL LIEBMAN
15 3
MAX NEWMAN
15 3
SAMUEL SAKS
15 3
MILTON BURNSTINE
16 4
SONIA DENISON
16 4
ETHEL EISENBERG
16 4
SAMUEL MILLER
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WILLIAM SANDLER
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BELLA ANTEL/
MARGIT HOLLANDER
HARRY LEVIN
MANIS LEVITT
ABRAHAM D. PLISSKIN
LEON ROY
DEBORAH ATLAS
CHARLES COTTLER
IRWIN EHRLICH
SAMUEL FREED
SOLOMON G. CHINITZ
ETHEL JACOBSON
MINNIE KRUGEL
SARAH LANGWALD
EZAK LAZOWSKY
ETHEL LEIDERMAN
ROSE LEVIN
ANNA RADNER
BEN REPITOR
HYMAN SKLAR
IRVING RALPH BERG
WOLF HUBERT
ABRAHAM J. HUDOSH
HARRY LUBORSKY
SARAH C. RAPP
AARON WULL

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AMALIE LOEWENT-
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HAL, 89, died Aug. 25. Sur- Oak Park, died Aug. 24.
vived by a son, Eric of Survived by a son, Albert of
Houston, Tex; a brother in Novi; a daughter, Mrs.
New York and a sister in Norman (Sybil) Shackman
Tom's River, N.J.; and of Kent, Conn.; a brother,
nieces and nephews.
Leo Sherman of Madison
Graveside services 11 a.m. Heights; and six
today at Beth Tefilo grandchildren.
Emanuel Cemetery.
* * *
* * *
DOROTHY SUPIN, 70,
PEARL SHERMAN, died Aug. 20. She leaves two
87, died Aug. 21. She leaves sons, Robert of San Fer-
a son, Bernard; a brother, nando, Calif., and Gerald;
Arthur Trachtenberg; two two daughters, Ms. Dolores
sisters, Mrs. Bertha Sofen of Ann Roth of Fraser and
Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Harry L. (Carol)
Mrs. Celia Cowan of San Cushard of Marine City; a
Diego, Calif.; three brother, Leon Simon of New
grandchildren and one York; and eight
grandchildren.
great-granddaughter.
* * *
* * *
ALBERT
ZEIGER, 69,
ABRAM ARNOLD
SOSENKY, 74, of Oak died Aug. 20. He leaves his
Park, died Aug. 20. Sur- wife, Helen; two sons,
vived by his wife, Celia; and Harold and Robert of Ann
Arbor; a daughter, Mrs.
a sister, Ida of Russia.
Christopher (Linda) Bolles
of Columbus, Ohio; and two
brothers, Robert of Delray
WE REMEMBER
Beach, Fla., and Edward.
During the coming

week Yeshivath
il Beth Yehudah will
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observe the
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