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February 26, 1988 - Image 123

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-26

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Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Lengthy Service
Recorded By Dr. Hauser

A long record marked by
professional and community
honors are in the life record of
Dr. I. Jerome Hauser, who
died Feb. 20 at age 80.
With his wife, Diane, Dr.
Hauser shared many ac-
tivities in the Jewish Welfare
Federation and the Allied
Jewish Campaign, in
Zionism, the Jewish National
Fund and numerous other
causes.
Dr. and Mrs. Hauser were
extended Israeli and local
recognition when they were
honored at a dinner at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek on the occa-
sion of the planting of a JNF
forest in Israel in 1973.
Former chief of staff at
Sinai Hospital, Dr. Hauser
was an ear, nose and throat
specialist, before retiring in
1978. A 1931 graduate of the
University of Michigan
Medical School, Dr. Hauser
was Sinai's eye, ear, nose and
throat department chief from
1952 to 1970. He was chief of
staff from 1961 to 1967.
Dr. Hauser was a professor
of otolaryngology at Wayne
State University Medical
School.
During World War II, Dr.
Hauser was a lieutenant col-
onel in the Army Medical
Corps. He was a longtime
board member of the Jewish
Community Center.
Dr. Hauser's communal ser-
vice activities included a
longtime association with the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and its Allied Jewish Cam-
paign. He had been a member
of the Deroit Service Group,
having first served the Allied
Jewish Campaign as chair-
man of the Professional Divi-
sion. He had been a member
of the Jewish Welfare Federa-

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WE
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SERVING ALL CEMETERIES

WE REMEMBER

During the coming week Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will observe the Yahrzeits of the
following departed friends, with the tradi-
tional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kad-
dish and Studying of Mishnavos.

Dr. I.J. Hauser

tion board of governors. He
and his wife had made many
trips to Israel on United
Jewish Appeal study
missions.
He had been active in
numerous organizations
devoted to medical care and
education and served as an of-
ficer or board member of the
American Laryngological,
Rhinological and Otological
Society and the American
Council and Michigan Socie-
ty of Otolaryngology.
He is a former board
member and national presi-
dent of the National Founda-
tion for the Study of Health
Science Liability.
Dr. Hauser leaves his wife,
Diane; two daughters, Mrs.
Ronald (Nina) Swanson and
Mrs. Michael (Marjorie)
Federman; a brother, Dr.
Maurice; two sisters, Mrs.
Yale (Anne) Smith of Flint
and Mrs. Herbert (Frances)
Metz of San Diego, Calif.; and
two grandchildren.

Philanthropist D. Silver
Aided Many Causes

David I. Silver, active in
Zionist activities in the
Detroit area for more than 40
years, died Feb. 19.
Mr. Silver, 87, was a past
president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council of
Detroit and worked to involve
local synagogues in support
for Israel. A forest of 20,000
tress was planted in Israel in
his honor.
He was a past president of
Cong. Beth Achim, was active
with the Hebrew Benevolent
Society, and with his wife
Esther contributed toward
the administration building

Gardner, bet.
Coolidge & Greenfield

MONUMENTS BY

at Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
and a medical clinic in
Ashdod, Israel. He served on
the boards of Labor Zionist
Alliance, Farband and the
Detroit Interfaith Roundtable
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
Mr. Silver was born in
Poland and came to Detroit in
1932. He owned Day's
Fashions Inc., a ladies store in
Hamtramck.
He is survived by his wife,
Esther; two sons, Joseph, and
Larry of San Francisco, Calif.;
a sister, Mrs. Ann Wallach;
and one grandson.

JULIUS COHEN
LOUIS D. FELDMAN
BERTHA FISCHER
MINNIE FISHER
LOTTIE GERSON
AARON LANKIN
ISRAEL MALIK
SOPHY MEISNER
HERMAN SCHWARTZ
ROSE TEMCHIN
BENJAMIN TOPOR
ROSE ARONOFF
ESTHER J. BRAGMAN
MAX E. CHARNESS
HARRY FABER
ANNE KAUFMAN
MAURICE LEVIN
SAMUEL LIBERSON
IDA MANDELSOHN
LOUIS MENENDERG
JACOB ROSENBERG
SOLOMON ROSENBERG
LIBBY SIMONS
NATALIE WAGMAN
IDA WEIDER
ERNEST WOLFSHEIMER

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ELIZABETH BUSHKIN
LOUIS DANIELS
CLARA EISENBERG
LENA FARBER
DAVID GROSSMAN
GOLDA GUTTMAN
ISADORE KRAMER
SOLOMON LAPINSKY
SAM MENDELSOHN
BESS OSBORNE
SAMUEL TECHNER
MORRIS ABEL
HARRY ALTMAN
REBECCA BARRON
ABRAHAM BERKOWITZ
SALLY DANZIG
RABBI JOSEPH EISENMAN
KALMAN S. FLORENCE
SIMCHA KLEINEMUS
ROSE LEWIS
KARL LOEWENSTEIN
SARAH ROTOFSKY
LEBA SILVERSTEIN
IRVING ZEFF
TILLIE COHEN
SARAH COOPER
ABRAHAM EISENMAN
SAMUEL GITTLEMAN
FREIDA GOTTLIEB
BERTHA GREENSPAN
MANUEL KAPLAN
CELIA KING
BESSIE KUSHNER
ELLIS MARKOFSKY
ISAAC MICKELSON
SAMUEL PLOTKIN
EDWARD ROTHENBERG
SARAH SEPPEN
MEYER BAXTER
ANNETTE BOROVITZ
EVA BUNIN
ALFRED C. FUNKE
STEVEN B. GOLDSTEIN
MORRIS J. HART
LOUIS KUKES
HERMAN MILLER
MENDEL POSS
MEYER E. REVZIN
ALVIN B. SPECTOR
SIMON WATERSTONE
IDA DAMRAUER
LEON GREENBERG
BESSIE KATZ
HARRY LEVIN
ANN RUBENFAER
NATHAN RUZUMNA
PINE SCHWARTZ
BEN TKATCH
ALFRED WINEMAN
MALKA YASSKY
JOSEPH ZUCKER

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26640 GREENFIELD ROAD
OAK PARK, MICHIGAN
48237

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