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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-10-02

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earrings off her ears if she knew
you needed, wanted or admired
them."
Mrs. Keywell is survived by her
brother, Sol Gold; children, Marcia
and Mark Scarr of West Bloomfield
and Fort Myers, Fla., Arthur and
Harriet Wiss of Minnetonka, Minn.,
and Palm Springs, Calif; grandchil-
dren, Traci and John Smallwood,
Heather and Steve Corless, Mark
Scarr Jr., Kathy and A. James
Vells, Elizabeth Scarr, Carrie
and Brian Wolschlager; great-
grandchildren, Mark and Claire
Smallwood, Armand, Charlie and
Bill Vella, Kelsey, Kevin and Kaitlyn
Wolschlager; nieces and nephews,
Edwin and Marilyn Acker, Rhoda
and Ted Kahn and all of their chil-
dren and grandchildren.
She was the daughter of the
late David and the late Rose Gold;
wife of the late Harry; sister of
the late Dora Acker, the late Frieda
Massover, the late Irving Gold;
special friend of the late Morris
Tugander.
Interment at Machpelah
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Dorfman Chapel.

They were
wonderful':

We hear kind words consistently.We're proud that
people feel comfortable enough with us to openly tell
us how much they appreciate what we did for them.
In fact, it's this appreciation that drives us to offer the
very best in comfort, compassion and service.

Actor Paul Newman, 83
JTA — Paul Newman, actor,
director, racecar driver, liberal
activist and philanthropist, died
Sept. 26 at 83 after a long battle
with cancer.
Newman acted in 59 movies
and received 10 Oscar nomina-
tions. To many Jewish viewers,
Newman's most stirring role
was as Haganah leader Ari Ben
Canaan in the 1960 film Exodus,
depicting the struggle for Israeli
independence.
Paul Leonard Newman was
born in the Shaker Heights, Ohio,
a suburb of Cleveland. His father,
the owner of a sporting goods
store, was Jewish and his mother
Catholic. Newman always identi-
fied himself as a Jew because, he
said, "It is more of a challenge'
A passionate civil rights
and anti-Vietnam war activist,
Newman gave millions to chari-
ties through his food company
and set up camps for severely ill
children.
He is survived by his second
wife, actress Joanne Woodward,
five children and two grandsons.

Obituaries on page C44

THE DORFMAN CHAPEL

SERVING WITH DIGNITY, SANCTITY AND COMPASSION

www. thedorfmanchapel. corn
30440 Twelve Mile Road
Farmington Hills •
48334
248.406.6000
TOLL FREE 1-866-406-6003
Licensed Funeral Directors:
Alan Dorfman, Jonathan Dorfman

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