SANDERS—Margaret (nee Eckstein), of 10 Huron Ave., Jersey City, beloved mother of.

Together with his brother, Hyman, his late brother Harry, and his father, Abraham Cohen, he erected the foundations of the Company structure on which we rest today. and Roy I. of New Rochelle. DOBBYN—Charles 5., on March 13, 1974, beloved brother of Mary D. Brennan, loving uncle of Rev. Schwartz’ Brothers “Forest Park Chapels” Queens Boulevard and 76 Road, Forest Hills.

Leave your condolences to the family on this memorial page or send flowers to show you care. SARTORI—Joseph, on March 13, 1974, beloved husband of Mary (nee eonzin11, devoted father of Joseph and Gene, loving grandfather of four grandchildren.

ron, Julius and the late Rose Roman.

Bernstein Funeral Home and Cremation Services. The beautiful and interactive Eternal Tribute tells Max's life story the way it deserves to be told in words, pictures and video.

Services 1 P.M. Friday, at Parkside Memnrial Chapels, 170 St. & Jerome Ave., Bronx. Calling hours, Fri. at the Edward F. Day Funeral Home, 134 Chestnut St., Holyoke. Donations can be made to a charity of your choice. Please omit flowers. M455 7‐9 P,M. loved husband of Lilly. Beloved husband of S. tette (Lee), dear brother of Mary Levine, Services Friday 9:30 A.M., at Lincoln Square Synagogue, Amsterdam Ave. at 69 t. BLSOCK—H. Services Friday March 15 9:30 A.M., The RIVerside” 76 St. and Amsterdam Ave. KRECHMER—Harold, on March 11, 1974, suddenly in Rio de Janeiro, of 32B Had don Rd., Cranbury, N. J. Beloved husband of Kay (nee Tischler) dear father of Mr. Kenneth Krechmer, brother of Mrs. Mary Shubin, Mrs. Lillian Rifkin, Albert A. and William (Billy) Krechmer. Beloved father of Werner, Franz, Bertha and Rudy and grandfather of 13 grandchildren. Find the obituary of Pearl Gordon (1929 - 2020) from Chelsea, MA. Share that special photograph of your loved one with everyone. CRAWFORD—Dorothy Sherman on March 14, 1974. TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers. Born in Ungdar, Hungary. Sam was deeply loved by as all. Also survived by 23 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren. Fox Funeral Home, 2080 Post Road, Larchmont where services will be held 1:30 Sunday. COHEN—Samuel. Father of William Skinner III, Mt, Kisco, N.Y., Mrs. Margaret Armistead, Pelham, N.Y. and Mrs. Sarah Hart, Permburg, Ohio. In your time of need, we're here to help. Mess of the Resurrection, Saturday, 9:45 A.M., St. Francis Xavier R.C. On March 13, 1974. Reposing at the R. Stutzmann & Son Funeral Horne, 224.39 Jamaica Ave', Queens Village, L.I. Services Friday 11:45 A.M. Forest Park Chapel, Queens Blvd. Devoted grandfather, uncle and good friend to all. Where love for animals & human sensitivity meet is the tenderest & most excruciating intersection. Israel Stavis, Secretarv.

DUBOV—Slmon, beloved husband of the late Ella.

The Advertising Lodge of Blnal B'rith mourn the untimely Passing of our esteemed brother and friend and extend heartfelt condolences to his, EDWIN CANTOR, Executive V. P. BOSCHWITZ—Ely. Funeral service Brett Schneider Funeral Home, 49 E. 7th St. (cor. Far Rockaway and was active in many Jewish charities. Devoted father of Irene Proust, Gloria MiklowItz, Joyce Sher, Dr. Spencer and Lester Dubov. Max was born in 1870 and passed away in 1949. G. (nee Fowlow). MacKENZIE—Rena Carol, wife of Dr. Luther B. MacKenzie, EmbrItus Professor Medicine at New York University Medical School, mother of Eleanor Graves, sister of Adele Glogau, died March 13 In Halifax, Nova Scotia. Shiva at 2200, Milton Road, University Heights, Ohio. Husband of Lillian, brother of Grace KePple, James and Joseph.

FAVA—Alfred J., on March 14, 1974. Reposing at the R. Stutzinann and 5011 Funeral Home, 224.39 Jamaica Avenue, Queens Village, L. I.

FRANKENSTEIN—Chester. OBITUARY Maxine Raney Baird February 20, 1995 – November 9, 2016 Arrangements under the direction of Bernstein Funeral Home, Athens, GA. Native of Fermanagh Ireland. Wood 111, George C. Fraser III, Mrs. William B. Beloved wife of Max. She left a legacy of devotion to her People.

Beloved mother of Mrs, Paul (Dorothy) Comer and Malcolm MacNaughton, Six loving grandchildren and ten loving great grandchildren. Sister of the late Mollie Lemansky.

My sincere sympathy to you and your family at this sad time. Born in Worcester and a resident there for much of his life, Mr. Bernstein was a co-owner, with his family, of a large number of apartment buildings in the central area of Worcester. Such an inspiration to human kind... She will be greatly missed by all who loved her dearly. Levine father of Candy and the late Gerrie. LARDO—Antoinette, beloved wife of Rosario, beloved mother of Rose Delwey, Gina LocascIo and Vincent, also six loving grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife Dorothy (Goodstein) Bernstein in 1990. Funeral service at Riewerts Memorial Home 187 South Washington Ave, Bergenfield, NJ, Saturday, March 16, 11 A.M. Interment South Church Cemetery, Bergenfleid, Visiting Friday 2.4 and 7.9 P.M. GOLDSTE1N—Ray, on March, 14th. To his devoted wife, Mary Elizabeth, our heartfelt, Barons, Spelmans, Raisses, and Silvers.

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Contributions In lieu of flowers to the N.Y. Service for the Handicapped or Blythedale Childrens Hospital. BERNSTEIN—Max, on March 13, 1974. Members are requested to attend the services at Park West Memorial Chapel, 115 W. 79th Street at Columbus Ave., on Friday, 10 A.M. ESPOSITO—Josephine, on March 13, 1974, dear sister of Miter Funeral Monday, AM, from the McLaughlin and Sens Colonial Home, Third Ave. at 97th St., Brooklyn, Mass of the Resurrection, 9:30 AA., Our LadY of Angels Church. Find the obituary of Ethel D. (Bernstein) Yarrish (2019) from Newton, MA.

Reposing at the Chapel of Joseph G. Otrity, 9th St. SCHECTMAN—Beniamin, devoted husband of Vette, loving father of Eli, Man, Elaine Sabarra and Janet Saladoff, adored brother, grandfather and great‐grandfather, Service today 2:15 P.M. at “The Colonial Chenels” of I. J. Morris Inc., 46 Greenwich Street, Hempstead.

Vernon. Interment follows Maple Grove Cemetery. Interment Beth David Cemetery, EIment, L. 1. FLEMM—John J., on March 13, of 66 Prospect Rd., Atlantic Highlands, N.J., beloved father of Mrs. Ruth Brannon and John J., Jr., dear brother of Mrs. Julia Meiograno, also survived by nine grandchildren and three great‐grandchildren, Reposing at Frank E. Campbell, Madison Ave. at 81st St., on Saturday and Sunday.

Friday, 8 P.M., Interment Riverside Ceme. Thank you for making the world a better place during your short life. condolences are extended to his wife Sylvia and daughters Francine Schnelp, Aileen Lutzky and Laurie Heller. Daughter of the late Peter and. Trudy Hogerwaard and mother‐in‐law of Bill Hogerwaard, loving aunt and dearest friend to many. Beloved husband Edythe. ersal, Lexington Avenue and 52nd Street. Your example compels me to take better care of all creatures, humans & animal. Suddenly on March 12th. Services Friday, 2:15 P.M:. Adored by all his sisters‐in‐law, nieces, nephews and cousins. COHEN—Samuel. Beloved husband of Mabelle. Funeral private. Church. 2nd Ave.), 12 o'clock Friday. Cherished grandmother of Karen and Arlene. Brother of Slater Carmen of St. Dorothy's Convent, Staten Island, Mary, Jessie, Joseph end Vincent. Services Friday, 10 A.M. at the Oceanside Jewish Center. Dear sister of Sylvia Lindenberg, Judith Geisner, Harold and William Taubln. Give Spaz a kiss in Heaven.

Widow of Sam, devoted and loving mother of Murray and Rubin, loving grandmother six grandchildren. It is suggested contributions be’ made to the Medical College of Pa jar, Cancer Research, 3300 Henry Ave, Phila. His second marriage to Kate Striker is announced in the JC February 25, 1921. Visiting hours 2‐5 and 7‐10. He was employed at Bernstein Liquors in Middlesex and then became a manager at Community Liquors in Princeton for over 40 years, retiring in 1975. My thoughts and...Read More » On March 12th In his 96th year after a short Illness. Max was born in Plainfield, NJ and formerly of Cranbury and Middlesex before moving to Somerset in 2013. Loving sister of Irma Maten, Ann Batkin and sister In‐law of Ann Teitelbaum. NEWMAN—Pauline. Arlene Weinman. This site is provided as a service of SCI Shared Resources, LLC. our esteemed chalrrnan. Devoted mother of Blanche Sit. BRATMAN—Morris on March 13, 1974. Services “Winn & Wien” 2030 Kennedy Blvd., Jersey City, Friday 12 noon, Interment private.


Husband of the late Ma Barclay Gawenus. Funeral at Skinner Memorial Chapel, Holyoke, Sat. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Irving Yarock Post #32, Worcester Jewish War Veterans, 633 Salisbury St., Worcester, MA 01609. CHILDREN & GRANDCHILDREN. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 2:00 PM lowshie, 47 Fifth Ave, N.Y.C. BALABAN, President.

Earn was one of the founders of our Company In 1911. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at Holy Family Church, Sat.

Devoted brother of Clarice Spellman. WIENER—Hansl. Harry Bernstein was born May 30, 1910, in Stockport, England, and was the fifth of seven children.

617-969-0800 | ELLIOTT—Royal T., on March 11, 1974, Vancouver, Can. Services Friday 11 A.M. “Jotter Funeral Homes”, Hillside Avenue at 188th St., Hollis, L.I. Religious service Saturday, 10 A.M., United Methodist Church, 35 Verbena Ave, Floral Park. Funeral mass Saturday March 16th 9:30 A.M. at the Church of St. Jean Baptiste, 76th St. and Lexington Ave.