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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-03

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TIN DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 3,

1971-55

OBITUARIES

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
Kaufman ChapeL

Charles Komer, 73;
Theaters Founder

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
years.
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-
ham.
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-
children.

The Family of the Late

JOSEPH
KOBLIN

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 2 p.m. Sunday,
Dec. 5 at Machpeledt
Cemetery. Rabbi Hertz
officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked tu
attend.

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)
Pensler; 10
grandchildren; a
brother, Barney
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-
well Fund.
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-
ments.

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.
Frances Levy.
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
1909.

The Family of the Late

BEN KRUGEL

:Aeknowledges with grate-
`Iasi - appreciation the "malty:
kind . expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tties and friends: during
the- family's recent be
`:reavensent.

MONUMENT CENTER,

MILL FERNDALE
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-;
reavement.

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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.
a a a
Thekla, and a sister, Mrs. Julius dren and four great-grandchildren.
* * •
MOLLIE TAKSER, 5033 Greens-
Dreyfus.
a * a
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.
a • •
Mrs. Arthur (Adeline) Rochlen; Mrs. Joseph (Rose) Hecker. Serv-
and three grandchildren.
LOUIS VORZIMER of Miami
ices 10 a.m. today at Kaufman
* a a
Beach died Nov. 27. Survived by
Chapel.
• • *
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
mouth,
Oak
Park,
died
Nov.
29.
wife, Sadie; two daughters, Mrs.
and four grandchildren. Interment
Jack ,(Mildred) Geer and Mrs. Survived by nieces and nephews. Miami Beach.
a a a
a • *
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.
dren.
vived by a daughter, Mrs. Morris Survived by his wife, Rose; a son,
a a a
(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,
• 0
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-
dren.
children.
* • •
* a *
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-
• • a
Yelnrde will observe
sner; one brother, nine grandchil-
the Yehrseit of the
ANNA SANDLER, 18111 Steel,
dren and five great-grandchildren.
followine departed
died Nov. 24. Survived by two
friends, with the
• • •
sons, Solomon and Sam; a daugh-
treditionel Memorial
LARRY MORRIS FOGEL, 18040 ter, Cele; two sisters and six
recitative
Prayers,
Northlawn, died Nov. 26. He leaves grandchildren.
of Kaddish and stu-
a son, Sheldon of Chicago; and a
• • a
dying of Mishnayes.
sister, Mrs. Alvin (Helen) Horo-
CELIA SASLOVE, former De-
KISLEV DEC.
witz.
troiter of Kibutz Gan Mehayel, Is-
Sandford Lloyd
* •
13
1
Ketchen
rael, died Nov. 24. Survived by her
17
William Diamond
FANNIE FREID, 11501 Petos- husband, Abe; a daughter, Mrs.
5
17
Revs Rosin
key, died Nov. 24. Survived by two Eddie (Esther) Green; and three
17
Morris Fox
5
Harold E. Shiffman 17
sons, Rubin and Max Halperin; a grandchildren. Interment Israel.
6 4
Solomon A. Schaap 15
* * a
daughter, Mrs. Louis (Rose) Lux;
Samuel Zwirn IS
Morris H. Goldberg 15
12 grandchildren and six great-
ROSE SCHUMANSKY, 27436
6
IS
Gussie liricknor
grandchildren.
6
Aberdeen, Southfield, died Nov. 25.
1$
Harold H. Cohen
a a a
II
Sally A. Tucker
She leaves her husband, Alex; a
19
Max Unrot
BETTY KASMER GATES, for- daughter, Mrs. Irvin (Dorothy)
E lsie:wren Greenberg 19
mer Detroiter of Los Angeles, Girer; two sisters, four grandchil-
19
Zelda Baron
19
Zelda
Bloom
died Nov. 30. Survived by her hus- dren and five great-grandchildren.
19
Ida Margolin
a a a
band, Eugene; a son, Jeffrey; a
Geraldine Greenwald 19
19
Louis* Seiverstein
daughter, Pamela; her father, Al-
LOUIS SHAPERO, 22811 W.
19
William Mediae
bert Kasmer; one brother and two Seven Mile, died Nov. 29. He leaves
19
Nathan Yanchair
sther
Rothberg
20
E
sisters. Interment California.
his wife, Winifred; two brothers
20
Samuel BorrnIck
* • •
and four sisters.
20
Yachet Klein
* a a
20
Mary Simon
PHILIP GOLUB, 17158 Green-
20
Isadore Blither
lawn, died Nov. 28. Survived by
FRANK SKOLNIK, 20429
20
Joseph Segerman
Joseph Epstein
20
his wife, Rose, and nieces and Cheyenne, died Nov. 29. Survived
Abraham Reiter
20
by his wife, Fae; two daughters,
nephews.
Fanny August
20
a • a
Mrs. Paul (Betty) Sherizen and
Bon Cragman
21
Mary Kaplan
21
ABRAHAM S. GOTHELF, 22040 Mrs. Herbert (Fern) Baker; one
E. S. Wolfson
21
Ridgedale, Oak Park, died Nov. brother, four sisters and eight
Harvey Simon
21
Norman Chason
21
28. He leaves his wife, Eugenie; grandchildren.
Anna Caplan
21
* * •
a son, Richard of Minneapolis; two
Julius Gold
22
Anna Duchan
22
daughters, Mrs. Richard J. (Jud-
SAM SNIDER, former Detroiter
Miriam
Papeiensky
22
ith) Dobransky and Mrs. Fred J. of Los Angeles, died Nov. 27. He
Fannie Goldberg
22
(Carol) Levine; one brother and leaves seven brothers, Charles,
Mary Peitz
22
Anna satin
22
three grandchildren.
Arthur, Norman, Reuben, Joseph,
E sther Kirsh
22
• *
Simeon and Albert. Interment De-
Harry S. Clayman 22
1
Ida Kessolman
22
1
troit.
HARRY HERTZBERG, 25808
Abraham
C.
Rosen
23
1
a * a
Lincoln Terr., Oak Park, died Nov.
Gertrude Grunt
23
1
Max itadin
SADIE STROBINSKY
23
11
28. Survived by a son, David G.;
Jacob Zitrine
23
11
four daughters, Mrs. Rose Gurwin, (STERN), former Detroiter of
Michael Katz
23
11
North
Hollywood,
Calif.,
died
riamuel
Scheinfield
23
11
Mrs. Marie Haas, Mrs. -Bertha
Herman
Seppen
23
11
Selke and Mrs. Willis (Ann) Nov. 25. Survived by a son, Her-
Rose Levy
23
11
Isaac Keirnanovitz
23
11
iarvis; seven grandchildren and man; three daughters, Mrs. Max
David Morris
23
11
(Lil) Hoffman of Detroit, Mrs.
four great-grandchildren.
A. Cal Rosen
23
11
Rose Pollack and Mrs. Sam
• • •
Pauline Golden
23
11
Benjamin Mason
23
11
(Mary) Pollack; nine grandchil-
SAM FIOROWITZ, 20220 Schaefer, dren and seven great-grandchil-
Nathan Marcus
23
11
Sophie Gladstone
23
11
died Nov. 27. Survived by a dren. Interment California.
Marcus Ginsberg
23
11
brother, Joe, and a sister, Mrs.
s • a
Yeshivoth Beth Yebudnh
Isadore (Sophie) Blank of Bronx.
ALBERT SUFFRIN, former De-

a
15751 W. 10 V2 Mi., Southfield
troiter, of Los Angeles, died Nov.
Phone 35747511
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;
AND
a brother, Eli of Kushva, Siberia;
and a sister, Mrs. Leo (Minnie)
Grossman of Detroit.
a a a
ROSE KATZ, 32263 Glen Cove,
Farmington,- died. Nov. 29. Sur-

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