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Morris Levi, Annie Paltiel


Fresno Bee
1965 Dec 06

Mrs. Annie Levi

Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Levi, 81, of 2201 Calaveras St., a former Hanford resident, will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of the Light.

Mrs. Levi died Saturday night in a local rest home. She was a native of Poland.

Mrs. Levi and her husband, Morris, who died in 1959, first came to Fresno about 1910, living here until the mid-1920s when they moved to Hanford.

In Fresno, Levi had been a partner in the Levi's Iron and Metal Co., and in Hanford, owner of the Hanford Furniture Co.

She moved to Fresno after his death.

She was a member of Temple Beth Israel.

Her survivors are a son, Myron B. Levi of Hanford, and five grandchildren.

The Harry Palm Funeral Service has charge fo the rites.

Hanford Sentinel
1953 Apr 09

Jewish Appeal Group Will Sponsor Dinner

The Tulare and Kings counties coordinating committee of the current United Jewish Appeal campaign will sponsor a dinner Sunday at 6 p.m. in the Johnson hotel, Visalia.

Zelig S. Chinitz, who served as a chaplain in Korea following an extended trip to Israel, will speak on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. Funds raised in the campaign will aid Jewish immigrants in Israel and furnish help to 250,000 homeless Jews in other countries overseas.

Hanford members of the coordinating committee are Harold Mirviss, vice chairman; Morris Levi, co-chairman, and Irving Braskin.

Reservations for the dinner are being handled by George Levin, committee secretary, P. O. Box 879, Tulare.

Petaluma Argus-Courier
1945 Jul 11

Milton L. Forman Home From War Is Honored

Milton Lawrence Forman, U.S. merchant marine, who has spent 13 months overseas, where he was stationed in Belgium and France, is home on leave of two weeks which he is spending with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Forman of 180 Cherry street and enjoying the visit at home after many months spent in the war theaters.

The other son of the Petaluma couple, Pvt. Leonard Forman, who is in the Signal Corps, is now stationed somewhere in China.

At The Colony Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Forman gave a dinner in honor of the return of their son; also honored were the couple's nephew, Lt. Myron Levi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Levi, whose father is a former business man of this city, having purchased the second hand store conducted by M. Lerer 18 years ago and later removed to Hanford where the family now reside.

Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Al Goldstein of New York, Mrs. Goldstein being a sister of Mrs. Leonard Forman; Mr and Mrs. Maurice Levi, Lt. Myron Levi, of Hanford; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lazarus, Joe Lazarus of Napa; Peter Braga, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baily and son and daughter of Napa.

The Hanford Sentinel
1941 May 08

Benefit Party Given At Pius Home

A benefit party for the J. C. R. A., Jewish Consumptives Relief Association, was given Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. Pius. The evening was spent with cards. Refreshments were served.

Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Erich Menders and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herwitz, all of Visalia, Mr. and Mrs. Pius of Exeter, and numerous others.

Hanford persons attending were Mrs. Rebecca Lavine, Mrs. M. Levi and Mrs. H. Cohen.