TIN DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, December 3,
Henry C. Keywell, Former Bnai David
President, Retired Detroit Builder
Henry C. Keywell, for more than
50 years a prominent real estate
builder and investor here, died
Nov. 25 at the age of 84. Funeral
services were held Sunday at
Charles Komer, 73;
Charles A. Kamer, founder and
former co-owner and president of
the Community Theaters, died Sun-
day at age 73.
Mr. Komer, -32249 Wolloughby,
Farmington, was a native Detroit-
er. He was a member of the
Variety Club and formerly the
Franklin Hills Country Club. He
had been retired for the past 14
Surviving are his wife, Barbara;
three sons, Myron and Adolph and
Richard Rice; a daughter, Mrs.
Martin (Barbara) Madvin; two
brothers, Harry and Nathan; four
sisters, Sarah, Bessie, Marion and
Bertha; and seven grandchildren.
Evelyn Fishman, 59
Evelyn Fishman, a member of
many Jewish organizations, died
Nov. 26 at age 59.
Born in Utica, N.Y., Mrs. Fish-
man was a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and its sisterhood,
Hadassah and City of Hope. She
lived at 6815 Orinoco, Birming-
Mrs. Fishman leaves her hus-
band, Samuel; a son, Merrill; a
daughter, Mrs. Hanley (Susan)
Yorke; her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ruben (Nettie) Newman; a broth-
er, Albert; a sister, Mrs. Irving
(Jeanette) Ross; and seven grand-
The Family of the Late
Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 2 p.m. Sunday,
Dec. 5 at Machpeledt
Cemetery. Rabbi Hertz
and friends are asked tu
Surviving are his son, Jerome;
three daughters, Mrs. Kopel I.
(Estelle) Kahn, Tao-,
J. Philip (Ethel) -
Levant and Mrs.
Paul (J o y c e)
L. Keywell, and
two sisters, Mrs.
Marx and Mrs.
George Lowell. Mr. Kewlell
A former president of Cong.
Bnai David-he headed the con-
gregation when the edifice on 14th
and Elmhurst was erected - he
served in recent years on the board
of Cong. Adas Shalom where he
set up the Henry and Rose Key-
Mr. Keywell was a life member
of Young Israel. He was a member
of Perfection Lodge 486 F&AM,
Detroit Consistory Moslem Temple,
Knights of Pythias Lodge 55 and
many Jewish movements.
He had been active in politics,
he befriended governors and con-
gressmen and took part in civic,
Jewish and philanthropic move-
Mrs. Grubner, Mother
of Orthodox Rabbi
Ruchla Grubner, mother of Rabbi
Chaskel Grubner, executive di-
rector of the Council of Orthodox
Rabbis of Detroit, died Wednesday
at age 86.
Mrs. Grubner, 14100 Sherwood,
Oak Park, was active in the Ladies
Auxiliary of Yeshivath Beth Yehu-
dah, Nshei Agudath Yisrael and
the ladies' auxiliary of the Luba-
vitcher Organization. Born in Kra-
kow, Poland, Mrs. Grubner lost
four children and eight grandchil-
dren during World War II. She
made it to Russia, remaining there
until 1948, when she came to the
U.S. Mrs. Grubner was the widow
of Rev. Simon Grubner, a Detroit
shohet, who died 15 years ago.
Besides her son, she leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Izak (Leah) Sil-
ver and Mrs. Pinchas (Ziporah)
Kaner of Bnei Brak, Israel; 13
grandchildren and nine great-
grandchildren. Interment IsraeL
Mary Axelrod, 103
Mary Axelrod, a Detroit resi-
dent since 1914, died Sunday at
age 103. -
Mrs. Axelrod had 17 grand-
children, 30 great-grandchildren
and five great-great-grandchildren.
She was the mother of a son,
Ruben of Jackson; and three
daughters, (Mrs. Barnet (Ida) Katz,
MrS. M I n n I e Shugol and Mrs.
A resident of the Jewish Home
for Aged, she was a member of
Cong. Mishkan Israel Nusach
HarL She had come to this coun-
try from her native Russia in
The Family of the Late
:Aeknowledges with grate-
`Iasi - appreciation the "malty:
kind . expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tties and friends: during
the- family's recent be
11/2 Illiocks IL of Woodward
6 Elia from 2 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward
Acknowledges with grate-
,ftd appreciation the many
.kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-,
lives and friends during .
the family's recent bi-;
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MAX ADLER, 19187 Sussex, died vived by a daughter, Mrs. Harry Phillips, of Detroit, Interment De-
Nov. 27. Survived by his wife, (Eve) Ostroff; seven grandchil- troit.
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Thekla, and a sister, Mrs. Julius dren and four great-grandchildren.
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MOLLIE TAKSER, 5033 Greens-
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SOPHIA LIFS IT Z, 2281 W. ward, Birmingham, died Dec. 2.
ELIAS (AL) COHEN, 16189 Ox- Grand Blvd., -died Dec. 1. She She leaves a son, Milford; a daugh-
ley, Southfield, died Nov. 29. He leaves four brothers, Samuel, Mor- ter, Mrs. Lillian Reinheimer; one
leaves his wife, Mary; a daughter, ris, Jack and Aaron; and a sister, brother and one grandchild.
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Mrs. Arthur (Adeline) Rochlen; Mrs. Joseph (Rose) Hecker. Serv-
and three grandchildren.
LOUIS VORZIMER of Miami
ices 10 a.m. today at Kaufman
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Beach died Nov. 27. Survived by
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his wife, Anne; a son, Jack of
ELI FEINSTEIN, 19506 Glaston-
HELEN PRAGER, 15211 Dart- Detroit; one brother, two sisters
bury, died Nov. 25. He leaves his
wife, Sadie; two daughters, Mrs.
and four grandchildren. Interment
Jack ,(Mildred) Geer and Mrs. Survived by nieces and nephews. Miami Beach.
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Harvey (Muriel) Weinberg; two
brothers, one sister, seven grand-
S E L M A ROSENBERG, 2408
HARRIS YOUNG, former De-
children and four great-grandchil- Coolidge, Troy, died Nov. 30. Sur- troiter, of California, died Nov. 13.
vived by a daughter, Mrs. Morris Survived by his wife, Rose; a son,
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(Irene) Kessler; two sisters, three David, of Long Beach; two daugh-
HYMAN FELHANDLER, 18965 'grandchildren and eight great- ters, Mrs. Hy (Carole) Stolman of
Linwood, died Nov. 30. Survived grandchildren.
Detroit and Mrs. Sanford (Sharon)
by a son, George; three daughters,
Anilovitz of Sacramento; two
Mrs. Betty Seid, Mrs. David (Gus-
ANNE ROSENFIELD, 27356 brothers and six grandchildren.
sie) Meyers of Hollywood, Fla., Aberdeen, Southfield, died Nov. 28. Interment Detroit.
and Mrs. Ben (Annette) Kaluzny Survived by a daughter, Mrs.
of Culver City, Calif.; nine grand- Herman (Daphne) Fenster; three
children and 14 great-grandchil- brothers, one sister and two grand-
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LUDWIG FLEISHACKER, 24230
MORRIS RUBIN, 12121 Otsego,
Rensselaer, Oak Park, died Nov. died Nov. 28. Survived by two
28. He leaves his wife, Regina; a sons, David C. Rieven and Martin
During the condo.
son, Irvin of Los Angeles; daugh- L.; and four grandchildren.
week Yeshiva Beth
ter, Mrs. Abraham (Eleanor) Pay-
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Yelnrde will observe
sner; one brother, nine grandchil-
the Yehrseit of the
ANNA SANDLER, 18111 Steel,
dren and five great-grandchildren.
died Nov. 24. Survived by two
friends, with the
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sons, Solomon and Sam; a daugh-
LARRY MORRIS FOGEL, 18040 ter, Cele; two sisters and six
Northlawn, died Nov. 26. He leaves grandchildren.
of Kaddish and stu-
a son, Sheldon of Chicago; and a
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dying of Mishnayes.
sister, Mrs. Alvin (Helen) Horo-
CELIA SASLOVE, former De-
troiter of Kibutz Gan Mehayel, Is-
rael, died Nov. 24. Survived by her
FANNIE FREID, 11501 Petos- husband, Abe; a daughter, Mrs.
key, died Nov. 24. Survived by two Eddie (Esther) Green; and three
Harold E. Shiffman 17
sons, Rubin and Max Halperin; a grandchildren. Interment Israel.
Solomon A. Schaap 15
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daughter, Mrs. Louis (Rose) Lux;
Samuel Zwirn IS
Morris H. Goldberg 15
12 grandchildren and six great-
ROSE SCHUMANSKY, 27436
Aberdeen, Southfield, died Nov. 25.
Harold H. Cohen
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Sally A. Tucker
She leaves her husband, Alex; a
BETTY KASMER GATES, for- daughter, Mrs. Irvin (Dorothy)
E lsie:wren Greenberg 19
mer Detroiter of Los Angeles, Girer; two sisters, four grandchil-
died Nov. 30. Survived by her hus- dren and five great-grandchildren.
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band, Eugene; a son, Jeffrey; a
Geraldine Greenwald 19
daughter, Pamela; her father, Al-
LOUIS SHAPERO, 22811 W.
bert Kasmer; one brother and two Seven Mile, died Nov. 29. He leaves
sisters. Interment California.
his wife, Winifred; two brothers
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and four sisters.
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PHILIP GOLUB, 17158 Green-
lawn, died Nov. 28. Survived by
FRANK SKOLNIK, 20429
his wife, Rose, and nieces and Cheyenne, died Nov. 29. Survived
by his wife, Fae; two daughters,
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Mrs. Paul (Betty) Sherizen and
ABRAHAM S. GOTHELF, 22040 Mrs. Herbert (Fern) Baker; one
E. S. Wolfson
Ridgedale, Oak Park, died Nov. brother, four sisters and eight
28. He leaves his wife, Eugenie; grandchildren.
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a son, Richard of Minneapolis; two
daughters, Mrs. Richard J. (Jud-
SAM SNIDER, former Detroiter
ith) Dobransky and Mrs. Fred J. of Los Angeles, died Nov. 27. He
(Carol) Levine; one brother and leaves seven brothers, Charles,
Arthur, Norman, Reuben, Joseph,
E sther Kirsh
Simeon and Albert. Interment De-
Harry S. Clayman 22
HARRY HERTZBERG, 25808
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Lincoln Terr., Oak Park, died Nov.
28. Survived by a son, David G.;
four daughters, Mrs. Rose Gurwin, (STERN), former Detroiter of
Mrs. Marie Haas, Mrs. -Bertha
Selke and Mrs. Willis (Ann) Nov. 25. Survived by a son, Her-
iarvis; seven grandchildren and man; three daughters, Mrs. Max
(Lil) Hoffman of Detroit, Mrs.
A. Cal Rosen
Rose Pollack and Mrs. Sam
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(Mary) Pollack; nine grandchil-
SAM FIOROWITZ, 20220 Schaefer, dren and seven great-grandchil-
died Nov. 27. Survived by a dren. Interment California.
brother, Joe, and a sister, Mrs.
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Yeshivoth Beth Yebudnh
Isadore (Sophie) Blank of Bronx.
ALBERT SUFFRIN, former De-
15751 W. 10 V2 Mi., Southfield
troiter, of Los Angeles, died Nov.
ISIDORE HAUPTMAN, former 26. Survived by a sister, Mrs. Ida
Detroiter of Philadelphia, died
Nov. 21. Survived by his wife,
Adele; two sons, Gerald and Ted;
a brother, Eli of Kushva, Siberia;
and a sister, Mrs. Leo (Minnie)
Grossman of Detroit.
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ROSE KATZ, 32263 Glen Cove,
Farmington,- died. Nov. 29. Sur-
r net swire b'-I oriek*itholService
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Ira Kaufman-Herbert Kaufman