M. Widlansky Buried; Helped Build Synagogue
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M. Widlansky Buried; Helped Build Synagogue

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Funeral services were held here for Morris Widlansky, seventy-one, one of the seven founders of Rodeph Sholem Synagogue and its first vice-president. He died here early this week at the home of his son, Samuel.

The deceased, a resident of Atlantic City for fifty years, was buried from the synagogue he had helped found.

He is survived by two sons and three daughters, all of this city, and two daughters residing in Philadelphia.

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