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April 01, 1966 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-01

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Young Hitchhiker Held in Death of Albert Smith; Florence Winn Dies;
Father-in-Law Sidney Tauber Dies Same Night Social Worker Staff of

Southfield businessman Albert
S. Smith was stabbed to death
March 25, apparently by a hitch-
hiking sailor heading home on
leave.
Mr. Smith, 43, of 22572
Bellwood, was murdered in what
police said was an attempted rob-
bery by Seaman Barrie S. Moody
Friday night.
Mr. Smith, who worked for Dan-
iel Silverman and Co. and was
treasurer of Dansco Associates,
two food brokerage and promo-

tonal firms, also headed the
Smith Scrap Metal Co.
It marked a double tragedy for
his wife Roslyn, whose father, Sid-
ney Tauber, 67, died a few hours
later while trying to comfort Mrs.
Smith.
The victim apparently had

OBITUARIES

Merrill-Palmer

Florence Winn, former faculty
member of the Merrill-Palmer
Institute and social worker-direc-
tor of UAW retiree centers, died
Sunday in Ypsilanti.
Her husband, Frank, is special
assistant to United Auto Workers
President Walter Reuther.
BOrn in Nebraska, Mrs. Winn
lived in Detroit before retiring
three years ago to live in Ypsi-
lanti.
A graduate of Wayne University
in 1938, Mrs. Winn received her
masters degree in social work from
the University of Michigan in 1956.
She was a member of the National
Association of Social Workers and
the Michigan Gerontological So-
ciety.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Winn
leaves a son, David; a daughter,
Mrs. Gavin (Cathe) Wright; her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Meyers; and three sisters, Mrs.
Leonard (Judith) Bensky, Mrs.
Edward (Marian) Winkes and Mrs.
Leonard (Janet) Rudoff.

EDNA ANDERMAN, 18939 Win -1 JACOB MEVIS, 20507 Sorrento,
throp, died March 27. Survived by died March 27. He leaves his wife
her husband, Sam; a daughter , Sunny; three daughters, Mrs. Rob-
Mrs. Stanley (Paulette) Sokolik ; ert Ettinger, Mrs. Sam Saad and
and four grandchildren.
Mars. Donald Williams; two bro-
* * *
thers and three grandchildren.
picked up Moody at the airport
* * *
MARY BAXTER, 11501 Petos-
when Smith was on his way
key, died March 26. Survived by
FANNIE
RICHMAN,
18112 Rose-
home from a business trip.
a step-son, Samuel; four step- lawn, died March 25. She leaves
A Southfield resident was a
daughters, Mrs. Alex (Sally) Rovin, her husband, Jacob; three sons,
witness to the slaying outside his
Mrs. Sam (Anne) Lapin, Minnie Jack Borsand, Morris and Isadore;
home and phoned the police. They
and Mrs. Nathan (Betty) Chess.
seven grandchildren and one great-
captured Moody as he tried to flee
* * *
grandchild.
with the dead man in the rear seat
* * *
SOL BLOOM, 20534 Avon, died
Miller Interviewer Dies;
of his car.
March 24. Survived by his wife,
ANNIE SIEGEL, 19934 Strath-
Mr. Smith's employer, Daniel
Saw Fuhrer as 'Afraid'
Sarah; four daughters, Mrs. Shel- moor, died March 29. Survived by
UNITED NATIONS — Pierre J. Silverma n, described him as
don (Fern) Onickel, Mrs. Ralph two sons, Julius and Benjamin; and
(Miriam) Stillwell, Mrs. Paul three grandchildren.
Huss, foreign correspondent who "good natured, too good to other
* * *
(Rita) Cohen and Harriet; three
was on close conversational terms people." He said he and Smith had
brothers, three sisters and four
with Hitler and many of the dic- recently discussed picking up
DAVID SUGARMAN, 23140 East-
grandchildren.
tator's henchmen, died March 23 hitchhikers, that Mr. Smith agreed
wood, Oak Park, died March 30.
• • •
it was dangerous.
at age 59.
Survived by his wife Rachael; his
A
member
of
Shaarey
Zedek
BENJAMIN CANVASSER, 17346 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Sugar-
Huss wrote a series of three ar-
Indiana, died March 30. He leaves man of Chicago; a son, Mark J.;
ticles, "Hitler Unmasked," three and its men's club, Mr. Smith
his wife, Ethel; a son, George. of and a daughter, Susan R.
weeks after the Japanese attack on also belonged to Tikvah Lodge,
New York; two daughters, Mrs.
* * *
Pearl Harbor. The series opened Bnai Brith. He was born in New
Julius (Rose) Meskin and Mrs.
ANNA HERSHKOVITZ of
by saying that Hitler was "afraid" York and lived in Detroit 40
Ralph (Ruth) Greenbaum; one Brooklyn died March 26. She
of President Franklin D. Roosevelt years.
Attorney Hyman Keys
Besides his wife Roslyn, an ele-
brother, one sister, eight grand- leaves a son and three daughters
and "of the might and power of
Attorney
Hyman
A.
Keys,
who
children and one great-grandchild. in Brooklyn; three sisters, Mrs.
mentary school teacher in South-
the United States."
practiced law here more than half
*
A few days before he left Eu- field, Mr. Smith leaves a son, Rob- a century, died March 25 at
CHARLES FREEDMAN, 12848 Freda Meyers and Mrs. Morris
rope for a home leave in Novem- ert; a daughter, Joanne, and his age 77.
Santa Clara, died March 25. Sur- (Gertrude) Fine of Detroit and
ber 1941, Huss interviewed Hitler, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
vived
by his wife, Annette; a Mrs. Ben (Blanche) Davis of Tay-
Mr.
Keys,
who
had
offices
in
Smith.
quoting the Nazi as saying:
the Cadillac Towers, lived in De- daughter, Reesa L.; and two bro- lor, Pa.; three grandchildren and
Mr.
Tauber,
a
furniture
sales-
three great-grandchildren.
"I am Fuehrer of a Reich that
troit the last 75 years. He was a thers.
will last for a thousand years to man for Metro Furniture Co., was graduate of the University of Mich-
* * *
GERMAINE FRIEDMAN, 20977
come. No power on earth can born in Chicago. He was a member igan in 1912 and was a member of
shake the German Reich now. of Temple Israel and Perfection the Detroit and Michigan Bar as- Greenview, Southfield, died March
Lodge,
F&AM.
26. She leaves her husband, Dr.
Divine Providence has willed it
He leaves his wife, Adeline, sociations and Hannah Schloss Old Aaron; a son, William Ash; a
that I carry through the fulfill-
Timers and charter member of
daughter, Elaine Ash; and one sis-
ment of a Germanic task." It was 13257 S. Norfolk; his daughter; a Cong. Beth Abraham.
ter.
one of the last interviews given to sister, Mrs. Ruth Friedenberg, and
Mr.
Keys,
19505
Monica,
leaves
During the coming
* * *
any newspaper correspondent by two grandchildren.
his wife, Bess; three sons, Jay B.
week Yeshiva Beth
LOUIS GELLERMAN, 18952
Hitler before America's entry into
and Alan of Miami, and Calvin; Mark Twain, died March 27. He
Yehuda will observe
the war.
a brother, Marvin; three sisters, leaves his wife, Hannah; two
the Yahrzeit of the
following deported
Mrs. David A. (Sadie) Levine, Mrs.
Eleanor Beninson, past president Louis (Sue) Weingarten and Mrs. daughters, Roberta and Mrs. Bern-
friends, with the
ard
Supian,
three
brothers,
one
and an organizer of the Michigan Henry (Doris) Applebaum; and
traditional Memorial
sister and two grandchildren.
In Loving Memory of
Cooperative Nurseries Association, three grandchildren.
Prayers, recitation of
*
*
Beloved Wife and Mother
died Tuesday at age 42.
Kaddish and study-
IVAN HEYMANSON, 11501 Pet-
ing of Mishnayes.
Mrs. Beninson, 4743 Burnley,
oskey, died March 25. Survived
LILLIAN STERN
Bloomfield Hills, was a member of Dr. Frederick Garber by his wife, Ethel; a son, Julius;
Who passed away March
Hebrew Civil
Birmingham Temple and the Na-
31, 1958. Sadly missed and
Dr. Frederick Garber, assistant and a daughter, Pauline.
Nissan April
tional Women's Committee of Bran-
* * *
always remembered by her
professor
and
research
associate
in
Rose
Busch
12
deis
University.
A
native
of
2
CLARA KALLER. 132,60 N. Nor-
husband, Irving; daugh-
Irving Glasser
endodontics at the University of folk, died March 29. She leaves
12
2
Youngstown,
0.,
she
lived
in
the
Anna
Silverberg
12
2
ters, Mrs. Sidney (Sandra)
Detroit's dental school, died Wed- four sons, Sam, Herbert, Max and
Detroit
area
for
the
past
14
years.
Rabbi Solomon Krevsky 12
2
Levethan of New York,
nesday
at
age
35.
David
Shulman
12
2
Surviving are her husband, Dr.
Louis Calfin; three daughters, Mrs.
Lottie
Rosenshine
Mrs. Ronald (Estelle)
12
2
Dr. Garber, who had offices at Harry (Jean) Moore, Mrs. Ray-
Joseph; four daughters, Maureen,
Rebecca Cohen
12
2
Hurwitz and Mrs. Hershel
Ellen, Eileen and Fern; her mother, 19190 Greenfield, was a member mond (Lorretta) Davis and Mrs.
Neva Lubetsky
13
3
(Gail) Epstein.
of
Temple
Emanu-El
and
Alpha
Rochel
Fine
13
3
Mrs. Sarah Stolmack of Youngs-
Abe (Betty) Litvin; two sisters, 19
Max Steingold
13
3
Omega
dental
fraternity.
A
native
town; a brother, Donald of Phila-
grandchildren and six great-grand-
Anna Shere
14
4
delphia; and a sister, Mrs. Bernard Detroiter, he was a graduate of children.
Jacob Goodman
14
4
• • •
Benjamin Sachs
14
4
(Joyce) Kennedy of Trenton, N.J. U of D and served in the Army
Sophia Helfend
14
4
dental corps from 1956 to 1958.
HYMAN KAPLANSKY, 19301
Thelma Ray
He leaves his wife, Sandra, whose Sussex, died March 25. Survived
Brodersohn
5
15
Harold Goldman, 65 father,
Marcella Maiseloff
15
5
In Loving Memory of
Albert Stone, passed away by a son, Eli; three daughters, Mrs.
Edward E. Schultz
16
6
Harold H. Goldman, 65, of 5300 last week; a son, Dale; two daugh- Celia Priest, Mrs. Jerry (Katie)
Jolan Isaac
16
6
W. Outer Dr., died Sunday. A ters, Lindsey and Susan; his par- Messer and Mrs. Ted (Jessie)
ROBERT
Jane Feintuch
16
6
health, accident and life insurance ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Garber; Rosen; eight grandchildren; and
Rochel Leah bas
SHATANOFF
Yitzchock
16
6
agent, he lived in Detroit 35 his grandmother, Mrs. Gertrude five great-grandchidren.
17
7
Morris Greenberg
*
years.
Garber, and one sister.
Morris Canvasser
17
7
Beloved husband, father
JACOB KUNECK, 13268 N. Nor-
17
7
Mr. Goldman, who had offices at
David King
and grandfather. "Forever
17
Irving Sperka
7
folk, died March 24. Survived by
10438 W. McNichols, was a mem-
17
David
Solomon
7
in Our Hearts." April 22,
his wife, Lena; a son, Meyer; a
ber of Detroit Health and Accident Developer Sol Berger
18
8
Sarah Cohen
Sol Berger, a real estate deve- daughter, Mrs. Curtis (Anne) Ben-
1943.
18
8
Association, Detroit Consistory
Wolf Henigman
18
8
Bertha
Potak
and Moslem Shrine and Plum loper here, died Monday at age 72. son; one brother and four grand-
8
18
Eli Scherr
Lodge, F&AM, of Chicago. He was Mr. Berger, 25120 E. Rue Ver- children.
18
8
Amelia Meisner
* * *
8
Benjamin Abramovitz 18
sailles, Oak Park, lived in the area
born in Chicago.
8
Henriette
Loewenstein
18
ABRAHAM LERNER, Hotel Tal-
Survivors are his wife, Freida; four years, having come from New
8
18
Samuel Fields
ler, died March 25. Survived by
three sons, Ronald and Lary Gold- Jersey.
a
son,
Dr.
Peter
S.;
a
daughter,
Yeshivath
Beth
Yehudah
From 1954 to 1956 he was New
man and Gregory Smith; a daugh-
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In Loving Memory of
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children.
Bonds and also belonged to and two sisters, including Mrs.
Fannie
Rice.
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MILLSTEIN
ish astronomer, was a leading pio- lom, Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith,
Sidney A. Deitch
HYMAN J.
neer in techniques for the astro- Moslem Shrine and Elks.
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Mr. Berger leaves two sons, Dr.
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positions. He developed a photo- Eli V. and Stanley L.; two daugh-
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