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September 25, 1981 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-25

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—ivingiin Detroit
chit:Of-Tovv-ners'- SeekItiti-L

-:Samuel- Wolf of Linth-
ium Heights, Md., is seek-
ing the whereabouts of rela-
tives believed to be living in
the Detroit area.
According to Wolf:
"It concerns a fiunily that
kvisited as a boy in the late
20s. Unfortunately all those
Whoknew any details are
gone. ThP'father was David
Goldman who may have

4

been a comraeiii painter,:
He came from the Kherson=
area of Russia, born perhapi,
circa 1885. He had a wooden
leg, the end result of a fair.
from a scaffold. I do not::
know his wife's name.
"There Were three'
children: the -oldest a girt
born perhapsici;94.3.912;f,
the younger •briint, two
boys. The father, David',-'

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may have died circa 1933.
I remember my father
going to Detroit for a fun-
eral at that time._ David
Goldman was my father's
cousin,- their _mothers
being sisters.
"David's mother's maiden
name was Raisa Fluss, and
she was from Kherson. She
and her husband did not
come to the U.S., as far as I
know._
Gne claim was that the
040x lived on Vishta St.
Aiheiiiik,that he had talent
as a mural painter, but I
fc ■ P?;Icl,. no record of that
name on any WPA art proj-
ect or,',at art institutions.
Arecilicis of the Painters'
..rufflirdo not go back to the
'21Imtpxid '30s-"
ersoas who have infor-
„about the David
ta
iActipan. Family should
conk.act W olf, 120 N.
1.40roc,roSs Rd., Linthicum
Heights, Md. 21090.
Rabbi
Meanwhile,
I4in Groner .of Cong.
$itaarey
.. -;- Zedek. has for-
The' Jewish
pyi* letter from Lud-
ik Rothman, a
1 . 1Lpalopaltst.,.survisior, who
isithelprig the. . whereab-
opAsouricousins believed
t4. ifyintin Detroit.
.ipanis.the son of the
Qhakirp Rothman of
eDSl ovakia. His cousins
ar
e, children of Harry
R.O.Airpart, his uncle. Lud-
vik:A ggiandparents were
Ad ose,s Ihithrnan and Rifka
$tilI4in Rothman.
;Anyone having., informa-
tion about Rothman's rela-
tives should. write him c/o
Rahhi.ewis A. Weintraub,
Temple, Israel, 420 Univer-
E., Silver Spring,
sity

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LONDON (ZINS) — Ac-
cording to the weekly Eight
Days, Israel and South Af-
rica are collaborating to
build an atomic 'submarine
at 'Sir:unison, near Cape
TOWnl .
The report claims that
South Africa is helping to
finance Israel's Levi jet
fighter aircraft, that Israel
hail sold British Centurion
tanks' to 'South Africa, and
that' special steels de-
Veloped for Israel's Mer-
kiva tank will be used in
the ,sfiNnarineproject,

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Jumbo
Towels

its 'Graduates

Joint Venture?

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Micluates' pictures dis-
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rid& hall of the school.
family and
friends of Hillel in the corn-
munfty are invited to view
this display. Fifteen clacses
have graduated since the
fir-St- class in 1967, and 225
students are honored.
There will be a reunion of
Hillel graduates on
Th4nksgiVing weekend.
Anyone wishing to be in-
cluded or wishing to volun-
teer should contact Anaruth
Bernard, 569-5605; or Ruth
Ellett,. Kass Singer, 349-
8310.

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