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Continued from page 24 Arizona, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Nor- man Isquith. [] L. Rachel Marie lsquith Dana Capell, Bat Mitzvah Dana Capell Dana Capell will celebrate her Bat Mitz- JOSEPH MEZISTRANO, 79, passed away July 12. Born in Galipoli, Turkey, he came to Seattle in 1920. Mr. Mezistrano was in the furniture business in Seattle for many years in part- nership with his brother, Ben. He later was involved in building and real estate. He served in the National Guard after coming to this country. He was a member of Sephardic Bikur Holim and the Sephardic Brotherhood, and he was a life member of B'nai B'rith. Mr. Mezistrano is survived by his Wife of 55 years, Eda; two sons, Robert and David; yah at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 16 at Temple Beth Am. Rabbi Norman D. Hirsh will officiate. Dana is the daughter of Linda and Peter Capeil. Her grandparents are Ruth and Moses Capell of Rochester, New York and Yetta and Max Feldman of Mountain View, California. Dana will symbolically share the occa- sion with Oiga lofee of Leningrad, U.S.S.R. This will be the first twinning at Temple Beth Am. [] New Arrivals Jack and Nancy Goldberg announce the birth of their first child, Brit Daniel Goldberg, born July 16. Sandy Voit and Elee Hochman announce the birth of their daughter, Rebecca Hochman Voit, born July 12. [] two daughters, Annette Hasson and Bever- ly Mezistrano; a brother, Morris Mezistrano; and seven grandchildren. Born June 4, 1899 in Seattle, ROSE B. LEVIN was the widow of Meyer Levin. She attended the University of Washington. Mrs. Levi• was a past president of the Seat- tle Chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women and was a member of City of Hope, ORT, and Temple De Hirsch Sinai; she was also a life member of Brandeis University National Women's Committee. Mrs. Levin is survived by a son, Robert M. Levin of Bellevue; a daughter, Joyce L. Zeldow of Mercer Island; and six grand- children. JULIA FUNES, 73, born September 7, 1912, is survived by her sisters, Estraya Amen and Clemance Baroh; her children, David and Eva Funes, Rachel and Bill Calve, and Estelle and Bob Handlin; and nine grandchildren. Remembrances may be made to the Children's Camp Fund, Sephardic Bikur Holim, 6500 52nd S., Seat- tle. EDITH L. HARDMAN, born in Portland, Oregon on Feburary 15, 1891, was the granddaughter of pioneer Oregon residents. She was the widow of Max Hard- man, son of a pioneer Seattle family and early settlers of Bellevue. Edith was a member of Temple De Hirsch Sinai. She is survived by a son, William C. Hardman of Seattle; two daughters, Erna Poliak of Palm Springs, California and Jeanne H. Senders of Portland, Oregon; II nine grandchildren; and fourteen great- grandchildren. ALBERT B. HALFON, 63, died July 13. He is survived by his wife, Mildred; a brother, Bill Halfon of Mercer Island; his children, Raymond and Dorothy Herr of Lynnwood; and three granddaughters. MOLLIE L. NUSSBAUM, 92, was a pioneer of Seattle. She is survived by her son, James A. Nussbaum, and five grand- children. CELIA H. SEELIG, 82, widow of Milton C. Seelig, is sur,,ived by her daughter, Eleanor S. Rosenberg of Bellevue and New Jersey; sons Howard L. Seelig and Martin A. Seelig, both of Bellevue; eight grandchildren; and three great- grandchildren. Memorials may be made to Technion University of Haifa, Israel, Hospice of Seattle, or Swedish Hospital Sustaining Care. ROSE ASHCANASE, 94, died August 6. She is survived by three children, Harry Ash, Sarah Weiner, and Abe Ashcanase; four grandchildren; and six great grand- children. DOROTHY FUNK, 79, died August 6 following a long illness. She was a resident of Seattle from early childhood and was the widow of Hyman Funk, a Seattle mer- chant. Mrs. Funk was the sister of Shirley Edelson of Bellevue, Marion Keisler of Costa Mesa, California, and Sidney Finegold of Seattle. 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