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OBITUARIES

Eve Wallace

Eve Erusall Wallace, 89, of
Bloomfield Hills, died Jan.
11.
Mrs. Wallace was a charter
member of the Women's
Association for the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, a
member of the Greater
Detroit Motion Picture and

Mr. Canvasser was also a
flight instructor with the
Naval Air Corps during
World War II.
He leaves his wife Jocelyn;
a daughter and son-in-law,
Barbara and Milford Nemer
of Franklin; sons and a
daughter-in-law, Leonard and
Deena of Bloomfield Hills,
Paul of Birmingham; his
mother, Minnie of Southfield;
mother-in-law, Marian Galin;
sisters and a brother-in-law,
Rita and Jerome Keywell and
Betty Gold; and four
grandchildren.

Isadore Starr

Eve Wallace

Television Council and the
Detroit League Children's
Asthmatic Research Hospital,
which later merged into Na-
tional Jewish Hospital.
She was secretary and
editor of Monthly Bulletin for
25 years, a 60-year member
of Temple Beth El and
Sisterhood, a founding
member of the Music Study
Club of Detroit and member
of the Choral Group.
Mrs. Wallace was also a
charter member of the Sinai
Hospital Guild, Women's
American ORT, National
Council of Jewish Women and
Women's Committee-
Brandeis University.
She leaves daughters and a
son-in-law, Peggy and Stanley
Winkelman of Bloomfield
Hills and Barbara Leeds of
Pompano Beach, Fla.; sisters,
Ida Siden of California and
Mildred Perlis of Southfield;
six grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.

Darwin Canvasser

Darwin "Del" Canvasser,
68, of West Bloomfield, died
Jan. 16.
Mr. Canvasser was presi-
dent of State Plumbing and
Heating Supplies and had
been in business for 50 years
in Detroit.
He was a past officer of the
Wholesale Plumbing Sup-
pliers Association, a member
of the United States Inventors
Society, with which he held
two plumbing patents, a
member of Knollwood Coun-
try Club and Temple Israel.

Isadore Raymond Starr, an
attorney and active member
of Lubavitch, died Jan. 12. He
was 88.
Mr. Starr, of Oak Park, for
years was president of Con-
gregation Mishkan Israel
Nusach Hari. From 1943 to
1945, Mr. Starr was president
of the Pisgah Lodge of B'nai
B'rith, the first man to serve
as president for two terms. He
also served as president of the
Greater Detroit B'nai B'rith
Council.
Following World War I, Mr.
Starr was active in Jewish
Russian War Relief.
A graduate of Detroit Col-
lege of Law, Mr. Starr practic-
ed law in Detroit for over 60
years. As a youth, he was an
outstanding athlete, playing
professional baseball for one
year after college.
Mr. Starr is survived by his
wife, Esther; a son, Theodore
Starr of Southfield; a
daughter and son-in-law,
Laurens and Judith Ruben of
Oregon; a brother, Harry of
Southfield; five grandchildren
and three great-grand-
children.

Eli C. Goldin

Eli C. Goldin, a long time
Jewish activist of Windsor,
owner of Lazare's Furs in
Windsor, died Jan. 12. He was
91.
Born in Russia, Mr. Goldin
moved to Montreal in 1923 at
age 25 and worked in a fur
manufacturing and retailing
factory. He bought the Wind-
sor business in 1936.
He was active in a number
of organizations and
charities. In 1962, Mr. Goldin
received a medal from Pope
John XXIII for his
humanitarian work.
The Jewish community
honored him with a special
dinner on his 80th birthday.
The Jewish National Fund
gave him a plaque recogniz-
ing his contributions to
Israel.
Mr. Goldin is survived by
his daughter, Gail Yuzpe; five
grandchildren and a brother.





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