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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-06

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Monument Unveilings

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• • •

The family of the late Jonas
Keywell announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory 10
a.m. Sunday, Nov. 8, at Beth Te-
filo Cemetery. Rabbi Segal will
officiate. Relatikes and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

SAMUEL
BORTNICK

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 2:30
Sunday ,
Nov. 8 at Hebrew Memoir
lid Park. Rabbi L. Gold-
man will °dictate. Reia-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

NORA
MARKOWITZ

Announces the unveiling
of a monument la her
memory 10 a.m. Sunday,
Nov. 8 at Clover Bill
Memorial Park. Caster
Klein will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

JOSEPH SAKS

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
Nov. 8 at Chesed shel
Ewes Cemetery. Rabbi
Wohigelernter will offici-
ate. Relatives and Mends
are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

MARK DAVID
LEVY

Annonsees the unveiling
of a monument In ids
memory 10 a.m. &today,
Nov. 1, at Northwest He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi L. Goldman will
officiate. Relatives and
f riends are asked is
&dead.

The family of the late Harry Z
Ramer announces the unveiling of
a monument in his memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 15 at Beth Abraham
Cemetery. Relatives. and friends
are asked to attend.

Theodore Ulmer,
Engineer, Executive

Former Detroiter Theodore Ul-
mer, an engineering executive in
California, died Oct. 18 in Encino,
where he had made his home for
the last 31 years. He was 62.
Brother-in-law of Detroiters Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Berger, Mr. Ul-
mer was a mechanical engineering
graduate of the Detroit Institute of
Technology in 1934. lIe was founder
and president .of Mars Engineer-
ing and Manufacturing Co. in
Burbank, as well as Astro Relia-
bility Corp. in Sherman Oaks. He
also was vice president of Stanwick
Engineering Corp. in Washington
D.C.

An active supporter of Brandeis
University, Technion Society and
United Jewish Appeal, he belonged
to Beth Shalom Synagogue and
City of Hope in Encino. He was
president and later chairman of
the board of the Emek Hebrew
Academy of North Hollywood.
Surviving are his wife, Magda;
two sons, Richard and Gary; and
four grandchildren. Interment Los
Angeles. ,

The Family of the Late

SARAH MILLER

Announces the unveiling
of a =aliment in her
memory 11 a.m. Sooday,
Nw. 8, at Beth Tells
Ceoaetery. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family of the Late

SAM GLADSTONE

the unveiling
of a monument In his
memory 12:30 p.m. Sun-
day, Nov. 8, at Chesed
shel Ewes Cemetery. Rab-
bi Game will aMelate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

Ansi:Maces

The Family of the Late

SAM SIEGEL

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 11:30 a.n‘ Sun-
day, Nov. 8, at Mimed
sleet Roes Cemetery. Rab-
bi Grsolde will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
- asked to attend.

The Daughter of the Late

REBITZEN ESTHER STRAUSS

Expresses her thanks to the Mends who paid their last
respects to her beloved mother prior to her interment In
Israel; and gratefully acknowledges the many tributes
extended by friends in her blessed memory.

Rae E. Rips, 56
Leading Librarian

Rae Elizabeth Rips, bead of the
history and travel department of
the Detroit Public Library and
nationally recognized authority on
U.S. government publications, died
Wednesday at age 56.
Miss Rips, MO Merrick, recent-
ly won 31,800 and a two-month
vacation, which she spent on a
cruise, as recipient of
library
staff's Memorial and Fellowship
el
Association's 20th annual award
for distinguished librarianship.
Born in Omaha, Miss Rips was
reared in Tulsa. She was a grad-
uate of the library school of the
University of Illinois. She author-
ed "Detroit in Its World Setting,"
a chronology of Detroit history,
and was editor of "'Michigan in
Books," a bilhiegraPhY.
Miss Ripe joined the Detroit li-
brary staff in 4942 and was asked
to set up the history and travel
department when the reference
services were reorganized in 1948.
She leaves a brother, Merle of
Beatrice, Neb.; and two sisters,
Lillian and Mrs. Jack (Lade
Eiziks, both of Tulsa. Interment
Tulsa.

Maurice Morganroth,
Interior Decorator

Interior decorator Maurice Mor-
ganroth, whose firm M. J. Morgan-
roth Co. was at 3984 W. 12 Mile,
Berkley, died Sunday at age 65.
Mr. Morganroth had been in busi-
ness for 40 years.
Born in Chicago, he resided at
23150 Parklawn, -Oak Park. Mr.
Morganroth was a membeY of the
Elks, Craftsman Lodge of the
Masons, Detroit Consistory and
Moslem Temple and the Furniture
Club of Detroit.
Surviving are his wife, Sophie;
a son, Mayer; a daughter, Mrs.
Milton (Rae) Sperber; four broth-
ers, Sam, Ben, Phillip and Sidney;
two sisters, Mrs. Mollie Fellows
and Mrs. Erwin (Ruth) Berman;
and five grandchildren.

_ - .

Dr. Max Sherman,
Longtime Podiatrist

Dr. Max M. Sherman, local
podiatrist, died Oct. 29 at age 55.
A native Detroiter, Dr. Sherman,
29081 Dequindre, Madison Heights,
was graduated from the Ohio Col-
lege of Podiatry in 1938 and was a
member of the Michigan Podiatry
Association. He practiced in the
David Stott Building before moving
his offices to his residence in Madi-
son Heights in 1963.
He is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Paul (Renee) Schreibman;
five sisters, Mrs. Bertha Wein-
traub, Mrs. Sophie Scherr, Mrs.
Jack (Tillie) Cohen, Mrs. Esther
Rich and Mrs. Sam (Elizabeth)
Cherniak of Hollandale, Fla.; and
two grandchildren.

Casali Chemistry Center
to Go Up at Hebrew U.

JERUSALEM—The cornerstone
of the Casali Institute of Applied
Chemistry has been laid • at the
Hebrew University's Givat Ram
campus. The new , institute will
operate within the framework of
the recently established postgradu-
ate school of applied s ci ence of
technology in the faculty of sci-
ence. An agreement to set up the
institute was reached in the spring
between Alberto Casali Foundation
in Italy and the university.

11 11E'lltOIT JEWM11 .111EWS

Maly, Ilerniar 6, 1M-47

OBITUARIES

BEATRICE EDELHEIT, 24741
Manistee, Oak Park, died Nov. 4.
She leaves her husband, David;
a son, Martin; a daughter, Joan;
her mother, Mrs. Margaret Schmit-
tel; one sister and two grand-
children.
• •
MAX EMMERS, 19188 Spencer,
died Oct. 3L Survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Donald (Betty)
Wisniewski of Milwaukee and Rita;
and one grandchild.
• • •
FANNIE GOLD, 23400 Church,
Oak Park, died Nov. 2. Survived
by her husband, Samuel; three
sons, Arthur, -Tack and Simon; one
sister and .11 grandchildren-
• • •
MAX DAVID BORT, 21482 De-
quindre, Warren, died Oct. 30. Sur-
vived by his wife, Lillian; six sons,
Arthur, Aubrey, Sidney, Jack, Phil-
lip and ;Jerold; three daughters,
Mrs. Annabelle Stark of Port
Huron, Mrs. Hyman Mitow of Sagi-
naw and Mrs. Aaron Lazaroff of
Encino; 18 grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
• • •
ROSE LESHINSKY of Lowell,
Mass., died Oct. 31. Survived by
four daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Lan-
dau of Detroit, Mrs. Norman (Flo-
rence) Hurwitz of Windsor, Mrs.
Samuel Doctoroff and Mrs. George
Parker; one sister, nine grandchil-
dren and eight great-grandchildren.
Interment Lowell.
• • •
HARRY LEVINE, 15220 Kenton,
Oak Park, died Nov. 1. Survived
by two daughters, Mrs. David (Sal-
ly) Leibowitz of Staten Island,
N.Y., and Mrs. Edwin (Irene)
Schwartz; and four grandchildren.
• • •
IRVIN LEVINE, 3015 W. 13
Mile, Royal Oak, died Nov. 3. He
leaves his wife, Eleanor; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Arnold (Ina) Sky; two
brothers, two sisters and two
grandchildren.
• • •
ISAAC LEZELL, 19061 Benner,
died Oct. 29. He leaves his wife,



Atomic Scientists Meet

REHOVOT (ZINS)—A total of
130 atomic scientists from 18 coun-
tries participated in the Interna-
tional Conference on Atomic Sci-
ence sponsored by the Weizmann
Institute. Participating scientists
from the U.S., Belgium, Brazil,
Canada, Denmark, England,
France, Greece and other countries
heard reports indicating that man-
kind was on the verge of a new
epochal period in the field of
atomic science.

DETROIT _
MONUMENT ,..ORKS

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114 Stocks R. et Woodward
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Dora; four sons, Sam, Hy, Dr.
Alvin and Maurice; a sister, Mrs.
Luba Gordon of Lexington, ICY.;
17 grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
• • •
WILLIAM LOVINGER, 24641
Manistee, Oak Park, died Oct. 29.
He leaves his wife, Florence; two
daughters, Lindsay and Joan; and
two sisters.
• • •
ROSA MEDVEDOV, 23831 Ma-
jestic, Oak Park, died Nov. 1.
She leaves three daughters, Mrs.
Harry (Zelda) Landsman, Mrs.
Harold (Sara) Silverston and Mrs.
Isaac (Luba) Erman; one sister,
eight grandchildren and 17 great-
grandchildren
• • •
ALBERT P. RICHMOND, 19405
Braile, died Nov. 3. Survival by
his wife, Bertha; a son, Donald;
two brothers and one sister.
• • •
TILLIE SILBERG, 18200 W. 13
Mile, Beverly Hills, died Oct. 30.
She leaves a son, David J, of Fort
Wayne, Ind.; three daughters, Mrs.
Oscar (Lillian) Gorelick, Mrs. Mor-
ris (Sylvia) Olshansky of Tucson
and Mrs. Jack (Madeline) Segal;
eight grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
• • •
HERMAN L. SOKOLOFF, 161 W.
Columbia, died Oct. 26. No sur-
vivors.
• • •
REBECCA ULANOFF, 2660
Glynn Ct, died Nov. 2. Survived
by a son, Abe; a daughter, Mrs.
Walter (Betsy) Poole; two grand-
children and one great-grandchild.

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