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December 08, 1961 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-08

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Samuel G. Keywell, head of
several imporant steel corpora-
tions, died Monday in Miami
Beach.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday at the new Kaufman
Chapel on W. 9 Mile Road.
He is survived by his wife,
Faye; a daughter, Mrs. Shirley
Wolf; three brothers, Henry.
Jonas and Barney L.; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Mary Marx and Mrs.
George Lowell, and two grand-
soni.
He was chairman of the board
of the Samuel G. Keywell Co.,
Inc., president of Hancock Steel
Co. and secretary of the Towne
Robinson Fastener Co.
Mr. Keywell had many com-
munal affiliations here and in
Florida. He was a member of
Temple Beth El, Perfection
Lodge F. & A. M., Consistory,
Shrine, Knollwood Country
Club, Young Israel, and was a
member of the board of the
Jewish Home for Aged and a
life member of Brandeis Uni-
versity Associates.
Mr. Keywell was a trustee
and founder of Sinai Hospital
in Miami and was a member of
Miami's Westview Country Club
and Standard Club.
He was treasurer emeritus
and board member of the Iron
and Steel Institute and a past
president of its Detroit chapter.
During the last war he was a
member of the OPA scrap divi-
sion.

In Memoriam

In loving memory of my dearly
beloved husband, Harry Schram,
who passed away Dec. 16, 1960
(27 days in Kislev). I am always
thinking of you, and the long and
happy loving years we had to-
gether. I miss you. Your sad and
lonesome wife, Bertha.

IN MEMORIAN
The Hannah Schloss
Old Timers
mourns the passing of
one of its distinguished
members
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OBITUARIES

DR. GUSTAVE B. FRED of
Boston, Mass., died Nov. 26. Sur-
vived by his wife, Dorothy; a
daughter, Mrs. Constance Berger;
a brother, Isadore Fred of Waco,
Tex.; and a sister, Mrs. Sam
Liberman of Detroit.
* * *
HERMAN (BUTCH) GOR-
DON, formerly of Detroit, died
Dec. 4 in Toronto, Ont.
Survived by a sister, M r s.
Rose Samuel of Toronto; two
nephews, including Henry Gor-
don of Mt. Clemens; and _four
nieces, including Sheila Gordon
of Detroit.
* * *
HELEN BARUCH, 20000 St.
Mary's, died Dec. 2. Survived, by
a son, Dr. Robert J. Baruch of
Inkster; a daughter, Mrs. Olga
Krause; mother, Mrs. - Sarah
Stern; two brothers, two sisters
and four grandchildren.
* * *
JOSEPH EDWARD GOOD-
MAN, 18800 Hillcrest, Livonia,
died Dec. 1. He leaves his wife,
Carol; a son, Jay Charles; his
mother, Mrs. ,Doris Goodman;
and a sister.
* *
JOSEPH ADELS, 4106 Cass,
died Dec. 1. No survivors:
* * *
ANNA GREEN, 3200 W. Chi-
cago, died Nov. 30. Survived
by two sons, Louis and Isadore.
• * *
HEDY - LONNERSTATER,
19201 Meyers, died Nov. 29.
Survived by husband, Max; a
son, Henry; a daughter, Mrs.
Milton Herst of Chicago; three
sisters and three grandchildren.
* *
ABE SHOR, 20121 Hubbell,
died Nov. 26. He leaves his
wife, Bessie; two sons, David of
Cincinnati and Arthur; five
daughters, Mrs. Joseph Cohen
of Dayton, Mrs. Louis Kirschner
of Cincinnati, Mrs. Joseph Blum-
berg of Baltimore, Mrs. Harry
Migdal and Mrs. David Gilden-
berg; 13 grandchildren and a
great grandchild.

MAX MILLNER, 11501
Petoskey, died Nov. 26. He
leaves two daughters, Mrs. Jack
Halperin and Mrs. Al Schwartz
of Los Angeles; a sister, two
grandchildren and five great
grandchildren.
* * *
ANNA DUCHAN of Miami
Beach, Fla., died Nov. 29. She
leaves her husband, Jacob; three
sons, Herbert, Milton and Har-
old; a brother and eight grand-
children. Interment, Detroit.
*
STANFORD MEGDALL,
18287 Griggs, died Nov. 30. He
leaves his wife, Martha; two
sons, Stuart and Lawrence; his
mother, Mrs. Anne Megdall;
three brothers and two sisters.
• *
KATHERINE DAVIDOFF,
3361 Monterey, died Dec. 1.
Survived by husband, Joseph;
two sons, Nathan and Martin;
a brother and two sisters.
• * *
-- SYLVIA CHARMER, 20476
Lesure, died Dec. 1. She leaves
two sons, David and Morey; two
daughters, Mrs. Ben Slotsky and
Mrs. Sam Sheps; three sisters,
eight grandchildren and a great
grandchild.
* * *
IRVING HERMAN, of 19127
Washburn, died Dec. 6. Survived
by wife, Mollie; children, Mor-
ton J., Allen J., Solomon H.,
Betty Ruth and Martha S.;- two
grandchildren and two sisters,
Mesdames Jack Harriman and
Ben Bavly.
* * *
DAVID MARC HORWITZ,
19642 Ingram, Livonia, died Dec.
5. Survived by parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Horwitz; a brother,
Richard; and grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joshua Horwitz and Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Cantor of Ban-
gor, Me.

Steinberg, Welfare
Board Executive, Dies

Legendary Peddler,
Samuel Zemurray Dies

William Steinberg, associate
director of -the. National Jewish
Welfare Board's fund-raising di-
vision, died Dec. 3 in his New
York home. He was 52.
An attorney who received a
master's degree in social work
from Yeshiva University School
of Social Work, Steinberg was
also treasurer of the New York
City Adult Education Council,
and was a consultant to the Sen-
ior Citizens Council of the New
York Section of the Jewish Wel-
fare Board.
Surviving are his wife, Jennie;
a daughter, Brenda; two sons,
Michael and Jonathan; and a
sister.

Samuel Zemurray, the former
president of United Fruit Com-
pany who lived to see the story
of his career become legend,
died Dec. 1 in New Orleans at
84.
A Russian immigrant who came
to this country in 1892, he got
his start peddling bananas in
Alabama. "Sam the Banana
Man," as he was called then,
could boast of $100,000 in the
bank when he was 20. He began
penniless and built his fortune
to $30,000,000.

Jeanette Hinderstein,
Assn. Secretary, Dies

Mrs. Jeanette Hinderstein,
18652 Fairfield, died Dec. 5. She
was for 26 years secretary of the
International Mail Advertising
Service Association and active in
its Detroit chapter.
She belonged to Temple Beth
El and its Sisterhood, Detroit
Section of the National Council
of Jewish Women, ORT and
Jewish Family and Children's
Service.
Mrs. Hinderstein leaves her
husband, Louis M., owner of
the Madison Co. Other survivors
include a daughter, Joan; two
sisters, Selma Robinson and Mrs.
Hyman Klein; and a brother, Dr.
Milton Robinson.

Grossinger's Rabbi
Harry Z. Stone Dies

ANNA
DUCHAN

Acknowledges
with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent bereave.
ment.

ham

Sir Basil Henriques
Dies in London at 71

LONDON, (JTA) — Sir Basil
Henriques, scion of one of the
most famous Anglo-Jewish fami-
lies, a judge for 30 years, and
one of the leading British au-
thorities on juvenile delinquency,
died here Saturday at the age
of 71.
He was a vice-president of the
World Union for Progressive
Judaism, and a member of the
Council of the Anglo-Jewish
Association.

The Family of the Late

HANNAH
ZUCKERBERG

Acknowledges
with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind el:
pressions of sympathy
extended b. y friends
during the family's re-
cent bereavement.

Owner of a wholesale drug and
sundries firm, Harry S. Clayman,
18038 Pennington, died Nov. 30.
He was 68.
Mr. Clayman founded the Clay-
man Co. 36 years ago. He was a
life member of Perfection Lodge,
F. & A. M., a Shriner and a
member of Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue, Mishkan Israel and the
Hebrew Benevolent Society.
Surviving are his wife, Belle;
a son, Dr. Charles of Chicago;
two daughters, Mrs. Jack Green
and Mrs. Leo Shipko; four sis-
ters, Mrs. Max Haidy, Mrs... Lena
Fox, Mrs. Sam Steinberg and
Mrs. Harry Mintz; and seven
grandchildren.

4 WE REMEMBER
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Rabbi Harry Z. Stone, resident
rabbi at Grossinger's resort hotel
near Liberty in the Catskill
Mountains, N.Y., died Nov. 30
of a heart attack. He was 54.
Born in Poland, Rabbi Stone
came to this country in 1929.
He served congregations in
Brooklyn, N.Y., before going to
Grossinger's in 1940.
Berish Friedman, 63,
Surviving are his wife, Ganina;
Dies in Los Angeles
and two sisters,- Mrs. Lillian
Berish Friedman, 63, of 1632 Walder and .m Bialik.
N. Laurel Ave., Los Angeles,
hey A. Deitch
a former Detroiter, died in Los
Angeles Tuesday morning.
TROIT MONUM
Funeral services will be held
WORKS
The Family of the Late
there today.
SOSIA SHIFFMAN
Best Qu
ran:
Surviving him are his w
d
and
as •
Dorothy; sons, Nathan and M
JACOB SHIFFMAN
2744
a
c
yin; daughter, Mrs. Saralee Tu
Announces the unveiling
TO 8 - 6 23
kel;
two
grandchildren
and
two
of a monument in their
brothers, Sol H. and Harry Fried-
memory, originally sched-
man of Detroit.
uled for 1 p.m. Dec. 10 at
MONUMENTS IN THE
The deceased was in the furn-
Beth Yehudah Cemetery,
iture business in Detroit 'before
has been postponed.
EW
moving with his family to Cali-
fornia. He was active in
K
1111.1111.11MMir Labor Zionist movement.

The Family of the Late

Owner of Drug Firm,
Harry Clayman Dies

During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
f riends, with the
traditional M e mo
rial Prayers, iecita-
tion of Kaddish and
studying of Mish.
nayes.

Hebrew
Teveth
Esther Shuster
2
Jacob J. Lipshinsky
2
Krendel Salas

David
3
Rose
3
Paul
Weinstein 3
Cer
hesluk . 3
Sa
01 on Reinstein 3
A
3
h

10
10
10
10

10
10

h

rris K •
line S owitz
1
el Fishman
Stein
E
Ha

Bessie
Sarah Rachel Lubetsky
Tony Thorn
Rose Wolfgang

5
5
5
5

12
12
12
12

Samuel Robinson
Jacob Corn

6
6

13
13

Fannie Gutman
Ben Feldman
Benjamin H. Ettinger
Liba Esther Agranowitz
Ethel Leah Weiner
Lee Gladstone
Dr. Joseph M. Berris
Zelda Kleiman
David W. Diskin

Israel Shulman
Dorothy Misrach
Rose Feld
Bernard Bloch
Israel Lubow
Fayga Gittel Chesluk
Sam Siegel
Harry Keys
Rose Levy

7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7

8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8

Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
12305 Dexter
WE 1-0203

Harry Matler Dies

A Detroit businessman for 38
years, Harry Matler, 59, of
17554 Birchcrest, died Nov. 30.
He was a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, the Zionist Or-
ganization of - America and
Knollwood Country Club.
Surviving are his wife, Min-
nie; a daughter, Barbara; a
brother, Charles; and two sis-
ters, Mrs. Nathan Schwartz and
Mrs. Harry Silverman.

Elgin 1-5200

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Ira Kaufman-Herbert Kaufman

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

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39 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 8, 1961

Samuel Keywell
Dies in Florida

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