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April 03, 1987 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-03

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Sidney A. Deitch

TI-IE

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

MORRIS SNYDER, 90, of
Windsor, Ont., died March
31. Survived by three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Saul (Leah) Berns-
tein of Windsor, Mrs. Jack
(Ida) Schwartz of Oak Park
and Mrs. Doris Armeland of
Windsor; nine grandchildren
and ten great-grandchildren.

berg and Morris Greene; two
sisters, Mrs. Harry (Hen-
rietta) Palmer and Mrs. Leon
(Stella) Rives; four
grandchildren, nieces,
nephews, grandnieces and
grandnephews.

JOSEPH TUCHMAN, 72,
died March 31. He leaves his
wife, Blanche; two sons, Mar-
tin A. Tuchman and Jack
Robinson; two daughters,
Mrs. Philip (Sharon) Granitz
and Marcia Robinson; a
brother, Fischel of Israel;
three sisters, Esther Hannah
of Russia; Mrs. Schendel of
Brodacz and Mrs. Phillip
(Chaya) Zucker, both of To-
ronto, Ont.; and five
grandchildren.

Jacob Kurtz

IDA VERONA, 81, former
Detroiter of St. Petersburg,
Fla., died March 16. Survived
by two sons, Dr. Robert of
Columbus, Ohio, and Erwin
of Phoenix, Ariz.; a daughter,
Mrs. Robert (Sandra)
Russman of Palm Harbor,
Fla.; 20 grandchildren and 15
great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment Florida.

JOSEPH WISOTSKY, 85,
former Detroiter of Hol-
lywood, Fla., died March 24.
Survived by his wife, Beckie;
a son, Milton; two daughters,
Mrs. Morris (Ceal) Bogrow of
East Lansing and Mrs.
Jerome (Dolores) Friedman of
Hollywood, Fla; eight
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren. Interment
Hollywood, Fla.

Mollie Visotsky

Mollie H. Visotsky, a book-
keeper for F and M Dis-
tributors for the past 20
years, died March 31 at age

82.

Born in Pennsylvania, Mrs.
Visotsky was a life member
of Hadassah and was honored
last December as a 20-year
employee of F and M.
She leaves nephews and
nieces, Orville and Jan Lefko
and Irving and Gloria Chad-
wick; great-nieces, great-
nephews and cousins.

Esther Kampner

Esther Kampner, a former
member and former sister-
hood president of Cong. B'nai
Israel of West Bloomfield,
died March 29 at age 76.
Born in San Antonio, Tex.,
Mrs. Kampner lived 63 years
in Detroit. She also was a
member of Hadassah and
Women's American ORT.
She leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Richard (Carol) Dubin of
Milwaukee, Wis.; two
brothers, Dr. Ralph Green-

Jacob Kurtz, a commercial
photographer, died March 27
at age 101.
Born in Russia, Mr. Kurtz
was a photographer in Lans-
ing for many years and at
one time owned the Midland
Photo Shop.
He had a life-long love of
music and sang in Yiddish
theater in Detroit in the
1920s.
He sang in the Dow Chem-
ical Co. choir and for ten
years sang the High holiday
liturgy in a Midland
synagogue.
Mr. Kurtz was the unoffi-
cial cantor for Borman Hall-
Jewish Home for Aged for the
past 14 years.
He is survived by a son,
Paul; two daughters, Mrs.
Albert J. (Merry) Silber and
Mrs. Isadore (Janet) Gussin;
five grandchildren nd six
great-grandchildren.

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Coolidge & Greenfield

399-2711, Eve. 626-0330

Athens (JTA) — A Palesti-
nian terrorist linked to the
October 1982 bombing of the
main synagogue in Rome was
sentenced to two years' im-
prisonment last week, short-
ly after completing 19
months of a 20-month sen-
tence for smuggling explosive
into Greece.
Zomar Osana was con-
victed on charges of carrying
an illegal weapon in jail while
awaiting trial, attempting to
escape and resisting a prison
guard. But his sentence was
seen by many here as another
move by the government to
avoid extraditing Osana to
Italy where he would face
possible life imprisonment if
convicted of the synagogue
attack which killed a two-
year-old child.
His extradition was ordered
by two appeals courts in 1984
and upheld by the Supreme
Court in a unanimous deci-
sion. In March 1985, the
Minister of Justice signed the
extradition order. But three
days later it was rescinded on
grounds that Osana was un-
der investigation for an at-
tempted terrorist attack at
Athens airport, notwith-
standing that he was in jail at
the time. A grand jury re-
fused to indict him.

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