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- THE D6RIHT- IEMS1(' NEWS _

West Point Rabbi Dies

NEW YORK — Rabbi
Avraham Soltes, Jewish
Chaplain at the U.S. Mili-
tary Academy at West
Point, died May 23 at age
66.
Rabbi Soltes held several
pulpits on the east coast and
participated in many cul-
tural and educational ac-
tivities involving Jewish
art, music and literature.
He was chairman of the Na-
tional Jewish Music Coun-
cil from 1963 to 1969 and a
member of the board of the
National Jewish Book
Council from 1967 to 1972.
From 1974 to 1977, he
was assistant to the
president of the Tel Aviv

Rose Shepard

Rose Shepard, a member
of Jewish women's organ-
izations, died May 23 at age
89.
Born in Poland, Mrs.
Shepard was a member of
Jewish Women's European
Welfare Organization and
Bnai Brith.
She leaves two sons,
Samuel and Elliott; a
brother, Albert Kliger of
Florida; a sister, Mrs. Philip
(Cybille) Gibbs of Atlants,
Ga.;- six grandchildren and
one great-grandson.

In loving memory of

MAX
SOLARZ

University, and according
to the New York Times, he
was credited with a key role
in the establishment of the
New York medical division
at the university.
In 1981, Rabbi Soltes re-
ceived the Jabotinsky
Award from Prime Minister
Menahem Begin "for his
service to Israel."

Julius Karden

You are sadly missed

and forever in our

hearts.

All our love.

Your family

and friends

Beatrice Sturman, a
member of Jewish com-
munal organizations, died
May 22 at age 68.
Born in New York, Mrs.
Sturman was a member of
Temple Israel and Brandeis
Chapter of Bnai Brith
Women.
She leaves a son, Jerome;
a daughter, Mrs. Allen
(Ilene) Horowitz of Hol-
lywood, Fla.; a sister, Mrs.
Alan (Ida) Nathan; and six
grandchildren.

In blesSed and beloved memory of our
dearly departed

LOUIS MARGOLIS

Who passed away May 30, 1962. Sadly
missed and forever in our hearts. His loving
children, grandchildren and great-grand-
children.

In Loving Memory Of

DR. KARL STILLWATER,

Pediatrician

Who died on May 30, 1981. He will always
be in our hearts and minds as he is missed by
his wife, children, grandchildren, friends
and relatives, colleagues and patients.

THE

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OBITUARIES

AMELIA BROWN, 89,
died May 22. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Lawrence
(Lenore) Block; two grand-
children and three great-
grandchildren.
** *

MARVIN CHERESH,

56, died May 19. He leaves
his wife, Joyce; two sons,
David of California and-
Daniel; a daughter, Susan;
and a brother, Earl.
** *
HAROLD COVEL, 62,
of Columbus, Ohio, died
May 19. Survived by his
wife, Rose; and step-
children, Dr. Charles M.
Goodman, Mark D. Good-
man, both of West Bloom-
field and Ellen Taub of
Southfield; and seven
grandchildren. Interment
Columbus.

Julius Karden, founder
and owner of the Detroit -
Hinge Manufacturing 'Co.
and the J. Karden Co. —
Hardware Distributing Co.,
died May 19 at age 87.
Born in Russia, Mr. Kar-
den was a life member of
Craftsman Lodge of the Ma-
sons, member of Jewish
War Veterans, Hannah
Schloss Old Timers, and a
life and founding member of
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
He was a volunteer
** *
worker at Sinai Hospital
ANN FREEDMAN, 66,
and transported cancer
patients to and from the died May 21. She leaves her
husband, Max; a son, Larry;
hospital.
He leaves his wife, Ethel; a daughter, Doreen; her
a son, George of Delray Be- father, Abe Kovel; a sister,
ach, Fla.; four daughters, Mrs. Hyman (Lillian)
Mrs.' Bernard (Vivian) Polonsky of Chicago, Ill.;
Wenst, Mrs. Charles and two grandchildren.
**
(Elaine) Perlman, Mrs.
PHILIP GIBBS, 81,
Harry (Bobbie) Miller and
Mrs. Leslie F. (Miriam) former Detroiter of Atlanta,
Colburn; 16 grandchildren Ga., died May 13. Survived
and 15 great-grandchil- by his wife, Cybille; a son,
Sherwin of Atlanta; and
dren.
four grandchildren.
** *
Sturman

B.

riday, lay -21; 1983- 63

NORMAN GOLDS-

TEIN,3N Oak Park, died
May 19. Survived by his
mother, Rose; a sister, Mrs.
A. Richard (Marilyn) Sil-
verman; and nieces.
* * *

MORRIS INERFELD,

75, former Detroiter of the
Bronx, N.Y., died May 19.
Survived by his wife, Mol-
lie; and a niece, Mrs. liar-

vey (Barbara) Goldberg of
West Bloomfield.
-
* * *

LEONARD MILLING,

79, of Detroit, died May 17.
Survived by a brother,
Meyer; and a sister, Pearl
Handelman.
* * *

ESTHER MOGLOV-
KIN, 69, of Oak Park, died

May 24. Survived by three
sons, Marshall of Morton,
Pa., Eugene of Alden, Mich.,
and Selden; five daughters,
Mrs. Ronald (Lois) Ledger,
Mrs. Sanford (Marlene)
Walkon, Mrs. Betsy Roby,
Mrs. Kenneth (Risa) Law -
ton and Joyce Aaron of Los
Angeles, Calif.; a brother,
Martin Shulman; a sister,
Mrs. Gerald (Jeanette)
Beckman; 18 grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.

Jerry Cooper

Jerry Cooper, former De-
troiter and owner of the
Paula Pearl Co. in Detroit,
died May 22 in Phoenix,
Ariz. He was 75.
While in Detroit, Mr.
Cooper was a member of the
Louis Marshall Lodge of
Bnai Brith.
He is survived by his wife,
Anne; two sons, Richard of
Cocoanut Grove, Fla., and
David of West Bloomfield;
two brothers, Rabbi Eli of
York, Pa., and Cantor
Henry of Pikesville, Md.;
three sisters, Fannie Was-
sermann and Clara Cooper
of Philadelphia, Pa., and
Elizabeth Langa • of
Phoenix; and two grand-
children.

PEARL MURAV, 87, of
Birmingham, died May 19.
Survived by three sons,
Benjamin, Carl and Martin;
seven grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.
* * *

SEYMOUR S. RAVID,

83, of Southfield, died May
18. Survived by his wife, Be-
lle; a son, Richard; -a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Sherman (Sandra)
Kane; a brother, Samuel of
Cleveland, Ohio; and eight
grandchildren.
* * *

HARVEY LEON RE-
MER, 52, of Oak Park, died

May 23. Survived by his
wife, Audrey; a son, David
L.; a daughter, Melinda of
Perry, Mich.; his mother,
Freda; and two brothers,
Earl M. and Bernard.
* * *
IRVIN J. ROTH, 68,
former Detroiter of Holmes
Beach, Fla., died May 19.
SurVived by a son, James of
Barrington, Ill.; a daughter,
Madeline Rahamin of
Nahariya, Israel; and five
grandchildren. Interment
Cincinnati, Ohio.

** *
SAUL SMITH, 59, died

May 23. He leaves his wife,
Thelma; a daughter, Jac-
queline; and a brother,
Julius.
* * *

J. LOUIS SMULYAN,

65, died May 22. He leaves
wife, Mildred; three daugh-
ters, Deborah Cohn, Mari-
lyn Hope of California and
Lauren; three sisters, Mrs.
G-oldye Miller and Mrs. Kay
Liebman, both of Philadel-
phia, Pa., and Mrs. Harold
(Minnette) Knopman; and
one grandchild. -

WE REMEMBER

During the coming
week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzefts of the fol-
lowing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
Studying of Mis- -
hnayos.

SHELDON
MONUMENT COMPANY

19800 WOODWARD AVE.
Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads
Phone 368-3550
Over 60 Years in Same Location!

?law

Robert Levitt

Robert Israel Levitt, a
jewelry salesman, died May
24 at age 68.
Born in New York City,
Mr. Levitt was a member of
Barnie Aaron
the Masons, Disabled
Barnie Aaron, retired American Veterans, Jewish
owner of Aaron Hardware, War Veterans and a past
commander of the Berkley
died May 20 at age 79.
Born in Russia, Mr. Post of the American
Aaron was in the hardware Legion.
He leaves his wife,
business for 40 years. He
was a member of Bnai Brith Isabella; a son, Theodore
and Craftsman Lodge of the Russell of Dallas, Tex.; a
daughter, Mrs. Gail Marsha
Masons'.
He leaves two sons, Al- Bopp; a brother, Jack; and
bert and Bob, both of four grandchildren.
Alaska; two daughters,
Mrs. Dietrich (Judith) Harry Rosen
Strohmaier of Alaska and
Harry K. Rosen, an attor-
Mrs. Raymond W. (Gerry) ney for 53 years, died May
West of California; a 24 at age 77.
brother, Morris of Canada; a
Born in Chicago, Ill., Mr.
sister, Mrs. David (Sally) Rosen was a member of the
Berger of New York; and Michigan Bar Association,
five grandchildren.
the Detroit Bar Association,
the American Bar Associa-
tion, Judicature Society,
CARD OF THANKS
Hannah Schloss Old Tim-
ers, Bnai Brith, and was on
The family of the late
Max Tuttleman acknowl- the board of directors of the
Downtown Synagogue.
edges with grateful,,appre-
He leaves his wife, Sis;
ciation the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy ex- two sons, Robert and Ken-
tended by relatives and neth; a sister, Mrs. Lena
friends during the family's Walbott; and seven grand-
children.
recent bereavement.

IRA NAUMAN CHAPEL

HELEN SIMONS, 68, of
Florida, died May 23. She
leaves two brothers,
William Yost and Sanford
Yost of Southfield; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Harry (Lucy)
Topcik of Oak Park, Mrs.
Mary Varon of Southfield
and Mrs. Jennie Wiatrak of
Oak Park.

INC.

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward
LI 2-8266
JO 4-5557

Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Gardner, betty. Coolidge & Greenfield

.399-2711 Eve. 626-0330

11111

■ 111111

MONUMENTS BY

BERG AND
JURBACH

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge

OAK PARK -

LI 4-2212

Next to Stanley Steamer

rdern
arameni
afes inc.

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GRANITE - BRONZE MEMORIALS
BRONZE PLAQUES
FINAL INSCRIPTIONS
GRANITE CLEANING

557-0070 or
1-800-292-1432

FREDA ABRAHAM
ESTHER R. BRODMAN
CHARLES H. CHARLIP
RABBY HYMAN
EISENBERG
BESSIE HARRIS
BERTHA HELFMAN
JOSEPH HOLTZMAN
ABRAHAM KLENOV
MORRIS VERNICK
BECKIE WEINBERG
CHAYA GOLDA COHEN
FRED FISHER
NATHAN LEVINE
NETTIE MARKOFSKY
SAMUEL MEMBER
DR. NATHAN J.
REISMAN
ISAAC BRANDT
ILONA FRIEDLANDER
AARON LEVINE
JOSEPH MILLER
SOL SKLAR

SIVAN MAY
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ABRAHAM DUBIN
IDA GOLDMAN
ROSE HELLER
MORRIS JACOBSON
MAX G. SALASNEK
MORRIS TEITEL
WILLIAM COHEN
NORMAN EGREN
LOUIS GELFUND
BROCHA R.
GREENBERG
DAVID GREENBERG
PHILIP M. HERMAN
HARRY H.-HOCHMAN
ISAAC ROSENTHAL
LOUIS ARONOFF
MOSES WEINGARDEN
IDA COHEN
JACOB HOLLAND
ALBERT PRITZ
JACOB B. SHLAIN
ISRAEL STILLERMAN.
BERTHA COSSMAN
ISADORE GLATTSTEIN
MAX KOZLOWSKI
SIDNEY LORFEL
HARRY MALTZ
MORRIS STOLER
ERIC WEISS

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Yeshivath Beth

Yehudah

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
Southfield
557-6750

Funerals To All
Jewish Cemeteries

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