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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-09

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http :iiirakaufman.comi

Q: Could you explain the concept of a
"plain pine box?"

Just as it is with the shroud, the plain
pine box is a symbol of simplicity and
equality. However, there is no mandatory
requirement that pine should be used. At
one time pine was inexpensive, soft and easy
to work with. We have many caskets that are
free of metal and nails, referred to as
"kosher" or "orthodox" caskets.

Michigan Region
Women's American ORT
holds 45 Annual
Visions of Hope, 7:30 p.m.
Wed, May 14,
at Temple Shir Shalom,
3999 Walnut Lake Rd,
West Bloomfield.

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Visions of Hope,
the major fundraiser for
Michigan Region
Women's American ORT,
will be held 7:30 pm,
Wed, May 14 at
Temple Shir Shalom.

Event previews performance of
"When Purple Hearts
Turn Black and Blue,"
by noted author Anne Roiphe.

Tickets, $50, available by emailing
michiganort@waort.org .
Reservations required by May 9.

Contributions benefit
ORT schools worldwide,
especially in Israel,
where 25 percent population
attends, or has graduated from,
an ORT school.

For more information,
call 248-723-8860.

Bringing Together Family, Faith & Community

18325 West Nine Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48075

248-569-0020 • Facsimile 248-569-2502

OBITUARIES from page


Armand Keywell, Isabel Keywell,
Olivia Keywell, Maximus Keywell,
Molly Warshawsky. She was the
beloved wife of the late Dr. Phillip
Rader; loving mother of the late
Annette Fink.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Interment at
Adat Shalom Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial

MARTIN RYBA, 79, of Kibbutz Ein

Hanatziv, Israel, formerly of Oak Park,
died in Israel on April 21, 2003.
He is survived by his loving wife of
45 years, Esther Ryba; daughters and
sons-in-law, Sarah and Yerachmiel
Weiss of Kiryat Arba, Israel, Annette
and Benny Appel of Kibbutz Ein
Hanatziv, Israel, Pia and Steve Katz of
Southfield; grandchildren, Atara
Weiss, Renana Weiss, Gila Weiss,
Yitchak Weiss, Yoseff Weiss, Naftaly
Weiss, Michal Appel, Amir Appel, Ori
Appel, Gabriella Katz.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Interment at
Eretz Hachain Cemetery in Beit
Shemesh, Israel. This announcement
was placed at the request of the family
by Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

SARAH SMITH, 78, of West


The name "Ilan" means tree.

Before he died, astronaut Ilan Ramon of Israel
sent the following message back to earth...

'' h11 upon every Jew in the world to plant
a tree in the land of Israel during the
coming year. I would like to see 13 or
14 million new trees planted in Israel
exactly one year from now, on the
anniversary of the launching."

To plant a tree in Israel in

honor of Ilan Ramon and

his fellow astronauts, go to

www.jewish.com .

Click on Donations to Israel.

Bloomfield, died May 5, 2003.
She is survived by her son, Allan
Smith of Oak Park; daughter, Dr.
Sema Bayla of Palo Alto, Calif.; sisters
and brothers-in-law, Helen and Herb
Kollin of Farmington Hills, Gloria
"Goldie" and Mary Bookstein of West
Bloomfield; grandchild, Shira Malka
Ben Or. She was the beloved wife of
the late Julius Smith.
Contributions may be made to
Michigan Humane Society, B'nai
Moshe Synagogue or to a charity of
one's choice. Interment at Hebrew
Memorial Park. Arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

RUTH SOSNICK, 92, of Southfield,

died May 5, 2003.
She is survived by her daughters and
sons-in-law, Phyllis and Stanley
Satovsky of Bloomfield Hills, Sharon
and Gar Alperovitz of Washington,
D.C.; soh and daughter-in-law, Judge
Edward and Darlene Sosnick of
Bloomfield Hills; daughter-in-law,
SuSu Sosnick; grandchildren, Tony
and Katrin Sosnick, Cathy and Dr.
Charles Schwartz, Karen and Jeffrey
Schoenberg, Julie Cyrulnik, Marc and
Jill Baskin, Dana and Eric Coffman,
Howard and Carole Satovksy, Steven
and Rhonda Satovsky, Ronald and

Caryn Siegel, Karen and Ryan Rosett,
Meredith Pierce, Kari Alperovitz,
David and Joanna Alperovitz; great-
grandchildren, Claire Ruby Schwartz,
Joseph Henry Schwartz, Jason
Cyrulnik, Max Andrew Baskin, Jessica
Fink, Chad Coffman, Jodi Satovsky,
Reid Siegel,
Marli Siegel,
Jane Rosett,
brother and
sister-in-law, Dr. Abe and Sylvia
Pearlman of West Bloomfield. She was
the beloved mother of the late Robert
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to Beaumont Foundation,
Geriatric Research and Education
Fund, 3535 W. 13 Mile Road, Suite
105, Royal Oak, MI 48073.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman

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to publish photographs of the
deceased in all obituaries. There
is no charge.
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