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June 05, 1964 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-05

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WJC Message of Grief
J. Maurice Karo Dies ;
Head Adas Shalom and on the Death of Nehru
The grief of world Jewry at the
Was Active in Bonds
death of Prime Minister Jawaharlal

J. Maurice Karo. an active con-
-
and community leader
died May 29. Funeral services were
held Sunday in
the new Hebrew
Memorial Chapel
on Greenfield.
Surviving h i m
are his w i f e,
Helen; daughter,
-)Ith; and two
\-7
,tens, Mrs. Max
Rosenfeld, and
,
Mrs. Albert Win-
nick of Las
Vegas.
Active in Israel J. M. Karo
\ ,
Bonds, Mr. Karo was among those
who participated in the leadership
dinner meeting the night before
his death.
Besides being president of Con-
gregation Adas Shalom, he had
participated in many movements
here, including the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.

Jerry Tobias Dies at 64

Jerome J. Tobias, 64, of 18001
Birchrest, died May 29. Fu-
neral services were held at Tem-
ple Beth El Sun-
day afternoon.
Surviving a r e
his wife, Sally;
son, Jerry; three
grandchildren
and a sister, Mrs.
Gabriel Schulman
of New York.
A native of
New York, Mr.
Tobias came
J. J. Tobias here 48 years
ago. He was chairman of the board
of Allen Industries, past chairman
of the American Cancer Society's
southeastern Michigan committee
and a member of Temple Beth El,
Franklin Hills and Standard City
Clubs.

Mrs. Max (Ann) Bard
daughter of the late

LOUIS
BUCHBINDER

acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

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-

Nehru of India
has been ex-
pressed b y Dr.
Nahum Gol d-
mann, president
of the World
Jewish Congress.
in a telegram
sent to the Prime
Minister's daugh-
ter, Mrs. Indira
Gandhi, in New
Delhi. Dr. Gold- Nehru
mann indicated in his message
that he had planned to meet the
Prime Minister later this year in
India.

* *

India's Jewry Mourns
Nehru at Public Service

BOMBAY (JTA) — The Jewish
community here held a public
memorial service expressing grief
over the death of Prime Minister
Jawaharlal Nehru.
A statement issued by the Cen-
tral Jewish Board said: "The Jews
of India mourn the passing of
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.
His death is an irreparable loss to
the Nation and to humanity.
As architect of modern India, he
inspired the Nation with ideals of
peace and brotherhood of man,
and dedicated his service to the
Nation.
His cherished ideals and vision
of a better world will guide the
fortunes of the Nation and serve
as an eternal memorial to India's
greatest son."

OBITUARIES

MORRIS BERNARD
RUBIN,
18981 Woodingham, died June 1.
Survived by wife, Helen; four
sons, Ronald, David, Kenneth and
Robert; mother, Ida; one bhother
and five sisters.
* * *
IDA ADELA NAFTOLIN, 1996
Taylor, dtied June 1. Survived
by husband, Meyer; a son, Albert;
and two grandchildren.
* * *
HARRY NOVEN, 3720 Richton,
died June 1. Survived by two
brothers, Morris Nordwind, of the
Bronx, N.Y., and Louis Nowend;
and one sister, Mrs. Sadie Nadler.
* *
SARAH MILLER ROSE, of
M i a m i, Florida, died June 1.
Survived by a son, David Miller
of Jackson, Mich.; one daughter,
Mrs. Ann Schutzman, of Miami;
and one grandchild.

Dr. Snyder Dies at 51

Dr. Arthur M. Snyder, 18625 Oak
Dr., died June 3. He was 51.
Dr. Snyder, a native of Detroit,
was an M.D. and had his offices
at 23200 Woodward, Ferndale, for
the past six years.
He was a member of Cong. Adas
Shalom, Wayne and Oakland
County Medical Societies, Amer-
ican Academy of General Prac-
tice and Tam O'Shanter Country
Club. He was a graduate of Cent-
ral High School and the University
of Michigan Medical School.
He leaves his wife, Sylvia; two
sons,
Daniel and Murray; one
Mrs. Jackier's Mother
daughter, Ada; father, Isadore; and
a brother, Dr. Leopold Snyder of
Dies in Bayonne, N. J.
Mrs. Samuel Turteltaub of Bay- Fresno, Calif.
onne, N.J., mother of Mrs. Joseph
(Edythe) Jackier of 19465 War- Oilman Philip Sinai Dies
rington, died May 24, three weeks
Philip Sinai, president of Dear-
before her 84th birthday. Funeral born Refining Company, 3901
services were held May 26 in Jer- Wyoming, and treasurer of Philip
sey City, with Rabbi Abraham M. Oil Co., Columbus, Ohio, died
Feinerman officiatine.
June 3.
A member of one of the oldest
Sinai resided at 18501 Santa
families in Bayonne, Mrs. Turtel- Barbara and was a resident of De-
taub lived there for 65 years, was troit for 37 years. He was a mem-
on the boards of many local or- ber of Cong. Adas Shalom and the
ganizations and was active in Tem- Detroit Oilmen's Club.
ple Emanuel and its Sisterhood
He leaves his wife, Mollie; three
She was a member of Eastern sons, David, Sheldon and Stuart;
Star, Council of Jewish Women one daughter, Mrs. Seymour (Do-
and other movements.
lores) Schuldinger; three brothers,
Besides her daughter, Mrs.
two sisters and eight grand-
Jackier, she is survived by a son,
children.
Leo. of Bayonne; two other daugh-

ters, Mesdames Estelle Levy and
Shirley Strum of Brooklyn; a Oscar Garrison Dies
brother, 12 grandchildren and
Oscar Garrison, 18291 Ilene, died
nine great-grandchildren.
May 29. A native of Roumania, he
had lived in Detroit for 53 years.
He retired recently after 35 years
Noted Poet Aaron Kurtz
at the Chrysler Corp., and was a
Dead in N.Y. at Age 72
former recording sceretary of
LONG BEACH, N.Y. (JTA) — UAW local 490. Mr. Garrison was
Aaron Kurtz, 72, prominent Yid- a member of the board of Cong.
dish poet, lecturer and editor, Beth Mosese and a member of
died here May 30, after a long ill- Handler Lodge, Bnai Brith.
ness.
Surviving are his wife, Lena;
Born in Russia, Mr. Kurtz came sons Benjamin and Hyman; daugh-
to the United States in 1911. He ters Mrs. Lily Atlas, Mrs. Ruth
wrote articles on Yiddish litera- Abramson and Mrs. Pearl Kaplan;
ture and was editor and publisher three sisters; 14 grandchildren;
of "Heintike Lieder," a magazine and nine great-grandchildren.
of contemporary Yiddish poetry.
Among his books of poetry were
It is estimated that tourists
"Chaos," "Figaro," and "Plakaten." spend over $700,000,000 in Mich-
igan each year, making the tourist
and resort industry the third
largest producer of revenue for
In Memory of Our
the state.
Beloved Mother and
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Grandmother
39
Friday, June 5, 1964

ROSE ROSSON, 10420 Corning,
Oak Park, died May 29. Survived
by husband, Joseph; brother, Ben
Exler of Niagara F a 11 s , N.Y.;
sister, Mrs. Sadie Bernstein of
Buffalo, N.Y.
* :3, *
HENRY FINKELSTEIN, of San
Diego, died May 30. Survived by
one son, William Finnk of De-
troit; a daughter, Ada Moss of San
Diego; six grandchildren and 14
great-grandchildren. Interment San
Diego.
* * *
ALBERT H. COHEN, of Denver,
Colo., formerly of Detroit, died re-
cently. Surviving are his wife,
Nessie; sister, Mrs. Helen Moore;
brother, Sidney Cohen of Pitts-
burgh; and four grandchildren.
*
RUBY H. KAPPER, 25150 Rue
Versailles E., Oak Park, died May
28. He leaves his wife, Eva; a
brother, David, and two sisters,
Mrs. Ruth Levin and Mrs. Ada
Axelrod.
* * *
PHYLLIS L. TATT (Phyllis L.
Kent), 17131 Santa Rosa, died
May 29. She leaves her mother,
Mrs. Erna Fox; a daughter, Laura,
and a sister, Mrs. Stanley (Rosalie)
Nastir.
* * *
OSCAR GARRISON, 18291
Ilene, died May 29. He leaves his
wife, Lena; two sons, Ben and
Hyman; three daughters, Mrs.
Reuben (Lily) Atlas, Mrs. Bernard
(Ruth) Abramson and Mrs. Robert
(Pearl) Kaplan; three sisters, 14
grandchildren and nine great
grandchildren.
* * *
LOUIS I. DARSKY, 1111 Olden,
Ann Arbor, died May 28. He
leaves two sons, Benjamin and
David H.; a daughter, Mrs. Abra-
ham (Helen) Netler; a brother and
five grandchildren. Interment in
Canton, 0.
* * *
ROSE THAL, 229 Highland,
Highland Park, died May 31. She
leaves a sister, Mrs. Max (Olive)
Weiss, and two nephews, Dr. Sid-
ney and Dr. Stanford Glazer.
* * *
HARRY PARTRITE, Tuller
Hotel, died May 31. He leaves two
sisters, Mrs. Herman (Julia) Ma-
thias and Mrs. Harry (Stella) Ritz-
woller.

LEON DUBROWSKY, 17325 an
Juan, died May 31. He leaves his
wife, Anna; a son, Harold; two
daughters, Mrs. Stewart (Judy)
Steinberger and Frances; four
brothers and two grandchildren..
* * *

JACOB W. WALERSTEIN, 94
Lexingon, Buffalo, N.Y., died June
1. He leaves daughters, Mrs. Al-
len (Rose) Nichamin, Mrs. Henry
(Ida) Shuman, Mrs. T h omas
(Lillian) Brandon and Mrs. Harry
(Celia) Gittler, all of New York;
seven grandchildren; and one great
grandchild. Interment Detroit.
* * *
HARRIET TALBOTT, 17160
Pennington, died June 1. ?She
leaves her son, Dr. Nathan Tal-
bott; and two grandchildren.
* * *
E L M E R FREEDMAN, 2743
Monterey, died June 2. He leaves
two brothers, Sidney and Samuel.
* * *
ROSE MILLER, 29287 Redfern,
died June 3. She leaves her son,
Harry Miller; daughters Mrs. Sey-
mour (Ruth) Marcus. and Mrs.
Frank (Toby) Rosette; three broth-
ers; two sisters; and five grand-
children.

WE REMEMBEL
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During the coming
Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

week

Dora Halpert
Benjamin Steele
Joachim Koenigsberg
Samuel Kaplan

Sivan June
27
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27
7
27
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Morris Goldman
Rose Milinsky
Pearl Goldman

28
28
28

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Rose Shecter
Sam Klaiman
Esther Judith
Shugerman
A. Spiegelman
Harry Smith

29
29

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Adolph Nemeroff
William Rosen
Katherine H. Schey

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30

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