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151 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I92)
 
152 Acording to his World War I Draft Registration his birthday is listed as 12 Oct 1899 Etscovitz, Jacob (I1191)
 
153 Adele Hirsch
July 4, 1928 - April 6, 2014
Obituary
Adele Hirsch (1928 - 2014)
Adele Hirsch, 85 of Boynton Beach, Florida, formerly of Long Beach, CA, Northbrook, IL and Worcester, MA passed away on Sunday, April 06, 2014.
Adele was born in 1928 to the late Edwin and Goldie Klein. She truly loved and appreciated the game of Bridge and was an avid player, champion (a Life Master) and teacher, a world traveler, and a committed volunteer.
Adele was predeceased by her loving husband Herbert.
She is survived by her beloved children Robert and Cynthia, her cherished grandchildren Ethan (Erin), Benny (Corrina) and Alex, her dear brother, Howard Klein of New York and her dear sister in law Carole Lipsky of Delray Beach, FL.
Funeral Services will be held Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 10:00 am at Stanetsky Memorial Chapels, 475 Washington Street, Canton, MA with burial to follow at Sharon Memorial Park, Sharon, MA.
The family will be sitting Shiva immediately following services and on Friday April 11, 2014 from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm at the residence of Robert Hirsch.
Those wishing to express sympathy and condolences to the family are asked to consider making a donation to JAFCO and National Council of Jewish Women. 
Klein, Adele (I3683)
 
154 Al Brooks, former mayor of Mesa, dies Brooks "Hosea Yehuda", Sumner Alan (I9)
 
155 Alex headstone reads Ben Zoav (Zayin Aleph Vet/Bet), son of Plessett, Alexander (I1442)
 
156 Also known as Alvin Sender Jarmel, and Alvin Jarmel Jarmulowsky, Alvin (I8774)
 
157 Also known as Anne and Annie Coven, Anita (I11330)
 
158 Also known as Avram Goldenberg Goldberg, Abraham (I853)
 
159 Also known as Chaia Jaslapky [--?--] "Edith Rose", Ida (I11326)
 
160 Also known as Chava Klein, Eva (I12293)
 
161 Also known as Dolly Coven "Dolly", Irene G. (I11332)
 
162 Also known as Icho Jaslapky Saslasky "Isaac Hacohen", Isaac (I3407)
 
163 Also known as Israel Hoffman, Irving (I4625)
 
164 Also Known as Jack Fresco, Jacob Joseph (I4120)
 
165 Also known as Jossel Kowalepky Coven, Joseph Simon (I11328)
 
166 Also known as Juda Kowalepky Coven, Julius (I11329)
 
167 Also known as Lea Kowalepky Saslasky, Lillian (I11327)
 
168 Also known as Manya Saslasky, Mary (I1268)
 
169 Also known as Millie Fresco "Millie", Amelia (I4097)
 
170 Also known as Sales Goldenberg Goldberg, Charles (I863)
 
171 Also known as Simon Fresco, Samuel (I4092)
 
172 Also known as Sprener according to data on Eli World War I Draft Registration Card [--?--] "Rosa", Ruchel (I3195)
 
173 Also possible 15 Sep 1896 Siegal, Bennett "Buruch" Isaac (I832)
 
174 American Mother of the Year Loitman, Judge Jennie D. (I4633)
 
175 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14)
 
176 Applied for Naturalization 31 Aug 1899 Age 34 Occupation Tailor Alien born Germany 12 Sept 1865 Arrived Port of New York 13 Sept 1891 Naturalized 03 Oct 1899 Witness John W. McKensie of 4Barton Street Worcester Witness John McRae of 9 Fulton Street Worcester Corbin "Alter", Adam (I900)
 
177 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I109)
 
178 Arianne is a descendat of an Afghani Royal Family Mahmoud-Ghazi, Arianne (I6437)
 
179 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11572)
 
180 Arnold disapeared from the family circa 1928. The family does not know wheather he ran away, was abducted or what his fate was. He was never heard from again. Family rumor has it that he had"mob" ties. Corash, Arnold (Leon) (I1275)
 
181 Arthur Berger, Composer and Music Critic, Is Dead at 91
By ALLAN KOZINNOCT. 10, 2003

Arthur Berger, an American composer whose rugged, economically scored music straddles Neo-Classicism and Serialism, and who established a sideline career as a thoughtful writer and critic, died on Tuesday at a hospital in Boston. He was 91 and lived in Cambridge, Mass.

Mr. Berger was part of the wave of Paris-trained composers whose work helped establish a contemporary American style in the 1940's -- one that, in the spirit of American culture, morphed to accommodate new interests and techniques.

Like Aaron Copland and Virgil Thomson, with whom he was associated, Mr. Berger was fascinated in his early years by Stravinsky's music, and he adopted aspects of Stravinsky's rhythmically pointed style, as well as the textural clarity that was central to Stravinsky's Neo-Classicism.

Mr. Berger's work maintained a gritty urbanity that gave the impression of greater abstraction, and held popularity at arm's length, unlike Copland and Thomson. He magnified that distance in the late 1950's by incorporating 12-tone techniques into his music, which retained its Neo-Classical contours.

Popularity was never an issue for Mr. Berger. ''If Serialism's detractors mean that it has not become big-time box office,'' he wrote in a 1987 article in The Boston Review, ''they should be reminded that there are other audiences, not at all negligible, besides the big ones.''

Arthur Berger was born in New York on May 15, 1912. He began playing the piano when he was 11, and wrote his first compositions while in high school. Although he enrolled at City College in 1928, he did not begin his formal studies in composition until he transferred to New York University, where he completed a bachelor's degree in 1934.

He also became friendly with Copland, and joined Copland's informal Young Composer's Group.

With the composer Bernard Herrmann -- who had not yet made his name as a film-score composer -- Mr. Berger published the Musical Mercury, a magazine devoted to contemporary and traditional music. He edited the magazine for three years, while also studying composition with Walter Piston, Hugo Leichtentritt and Archibald Thompson Davison at Harvard, where he earned his master's degree in 1936.

In 1937 he moved to Paris for two years of study with Nadia Boulanger, the French theory and composition teacher who had been a crucial influence on Copland. Upon his return from Paris in 1939, Mr. Berger joined the faculty of Mills College in Oakland, Calif., where he also continued his composition studies with Darius Milhaud. He later taught at Brooklyn College, the Juilliard School, Brandeis University and the New England Conservatory, retiring from teaching in 1999.

Mr. Berger also contributed reviews to The Boston Transcript and The New York Sun in the mid-1940's, and joined Thomson as a critic at The New York Herald Tribune. In 1962 he helped found Perspectives on New Music, a scholarly publication, which he edited briefly.

His autobiography, ''Reflections of an American Composer,'' was published by the University of California Press in 2002.

Mr. Berger's musical output includes works for orchestra, solo voice and choir, but his most durable and varied compositions are for chamber ensembles and piano. His first major work, the Quartet for Winds (1941) -- a lively Neo-Classical piece dedicated to Copland -- is still performed regularly. A series of duos -- for violin and piano (1948), cello and piano (1951) and oboe and clarinet (1952) -- continue to sound vital and fresh, and there is much power and beauty in his piano music.

He is survived by his wife, Ellen. 
Berger, Arthur Victor (I7447)
 
182 As "Lilly Marr" I was an actress on the New York stage and fashion model for Harry Conover and Lily Dache' back in the olden days. Margolskee, Lillian (I1909)
 
183 as a result of a car accident Chase, Gordon (I7522)
 
184 as a result of an automobile accident Zarr, Michael Robert (I4540)
 
185 as a result of an automobile accident Bouchard, Peter Jr. (I3615)
 
186 As a youngster had TB. Was sent to Rutland, Vermont for treatment. Later became a Physiotherapist. Bernstein, Susan Miriam (I1142)
 
187 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I108)
 
188 as reported by the SSDI Freyman, Howard George (I6338)
 
189 As told by Ellen Heymann.
As a child of 5 or 6 Harry had a bad sledding accident, where he received a serious brain injury. As a result he suffered seizures. Medical people of those days though he was retarded. But infact just the oppisite was true. He was overly intelligent.
The family had him placed in an institutioal facility. He escaped. He was then put into facility in Bangor. He escaped again with another inmate. They both tried to swim across the Penobscotriver, but both individuals drowned in the process.
Ellen remembers meeting him once. He was wearing strange looking glasses and just stared at her.
She also attended the funeral, where he was burried in the old cemetery section in Bangor. 
Plesset, Harry J. (I1199)
 
190 at a local hospital Etscovitz, Samuel Louis (I1209)
 
191 at home Chase, Herbert S. (I7521)
 
192 at home Aho, Harlan C. (I7023)
 
193 at home Hall, Stephen W. Sr (I7014)
 
194 at home Sullivan, Grace G. (I6971)
 
195 at home Miller, Norman (I6931)
 
196 at home Melnikoff, Ruth E. (I4550)
 
197 at home Jaffee, Sophie (I4243)
 
198 at home Gordon, Joseph (I3817)
 
199 at home Grossman, Sidney William (I2522)
 
200 at home Steigman, Lizzie (I2485)
 

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