A resident of the City of Taft for 48 years and one of the West Side’s most respected citizens. Mrs. Lena Goldstein, 533 B Street, died at the family home early Saturday morning following a long illness. Born in Libau, Russia in 1893, Mrs. Goldstein came to America and settled in San Francisco in 1906. She and her family moved to Taft in 1915 and for a number of years lived at Second and Lucard Streets. She is survived by three sons, Philip and Morris of Taft, Leo of Sawtelle, and one daughter, Eva Lockhard of Bakersfield. Five grandchildren include Sharon, Thomas and Rae Goldstein of Visalia and Marsha and Marilyn Lockhard of Bakersfield. Funeral services will be held for Mrs. Goldstein Tuesday morning at the Erickson and Brown Funeral Home at 10:00 o’clock with Rabbi Jack Levy of B’nai Jacob Temple of Bakersfield conducting the rites. Interment will follow at the West Side District Cemetery. Pallbearers include Robert Snyder of San Luis Obispo, Wendell Missamore of Bakersfield and Ben Strickler, Ralph Trahan, Jack Sowles and El Ray Lumpkin of Taft.