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October 21, 1988 - Image 147

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-21

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WE REMEMBER

During the coming week Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will observe the Yahrzeits of the
following departed friends, with the tradi-
tional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kad-
dish and Studying of Mishnavos.



Samuel Barr

Samuel W Barr, an at-
. torney with offices in Troy,
died Oct. 18 at age 77.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Barr
was former vice president of
Temple Israel and former
chairman of the building com-
mittee for the new temple
building in West Bloomfield.
▪ He was a 1932 graduate of
Detroit City Law School and

Anna Fellman

Anna T. Fellman, a legal
assistant, died Oct. 12 at age
92.
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Fellman lived 80 years in
Detroit. She was a member of
Temple Beth El, a supporter
of CARIH (National Jewish
Hospital/National Asthma
Center) and Hadassah.
She leaves a son, Dr.
Sheldon of Hendersonville,
Tenn.; a daughter, Dr. Roslyn
Pariser of Columbus, Ohio;
nine grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.

Henry Levin





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Samuel Barr
practiced law for 56 years.
He was a member of Perfec-
tion Lodge of the Masons and
the Detroit Branch of the
Safari Club. Mr. Barr was a
member of the American Bar
Association, the American
Arbitration Association,
American Judicature Society.
He was admitted to practice
before the U.S. Court of Ap-
peals, the U.S. Supreme
Court, the U.S. Tax Court and
the Michigan Supreme Court.
He was a member of the
Association of Claimant Corn-
pensation Attorneys, the
American Trial Lawyers
Association.
He leaves his wife, Sylvia;
two daughters, Rochelle and
Mrs. Jerome (Brenda) Sage; a
brother, George; and seven
grandchildren.

Henry Levin, owner of the
Roth Jewelry Store in Detroit,
died Oct. 15 at age 89.
Born in Boston, Mass., Mr.
Levin was a circulation
manager at the now defunct
Detroit Times. He was a past
president of B'nai B'rith Gold
Star.
He leaves his wife, Susane;
two sons, Louis and Roy of
Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.; and two
grandsons.

Isaak
Widenbaum

Isaak Widenbaum, founder
and owner of Widenbaum
Jewelers, died Oct. 15 at age
91.
Born in Poland, Mr. Widen-
baum founded his business in
1925 and closed in 1986. He
was a member of Congrega-
tion B'nai Moshe and B'nai
B'rith.
He leaves a son, Victor; two
daughters, Mrs. Ben
(Madelyn) Gruskin and Mrs.
Eleanor Blazofsky; 10 grand-
children and four
great-grandchildren.

Jack Citron





Jack M. Citron, founder
and owner of J.M. Citron
Men's Wear onWashington
Blvd. in Detroit, died Oct. 14
at age 75.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr.
Citron founded his store more
than 50 years ago and was ac-
tive in the operation of the
business until his death. He
was a past president of the
Probus Club, a member of the
Downtown Merchants Club,
past president of the
Washington Blvd. Associa-
tion, a 32nd degree Mason.
He copyrighted many shirt
designs.
He leaves his wife, Julie; a
daughter, Mrs. Eric (Marilyn)
Kosky of Willowdale, Ont.; a
sister, Mrs. Harry (Ethel)
Rochman of Pennsylvania.

CHESHVAN OCT.
23
12
GOLDIE BRESHGOLD
23
12
ANNA FEGELMAN
23
12
DEVORA KAZERINSKY
23
12
PEARL KNOPPOW
12
23
BEN MATZ
12
23
MAX ROSENBAUM
12
23
HARRY SHAFER
23
12
DR. JULIAN STERN
23
12
MAX TEITELBAUM
23
12
MORRIS WEISS
24
13
JACK DLITZER
24
13
SAMUEL BURNS
24
13
JOSEPH IRVING FRIEDMAN
24
13
FANNIE HUBERT
24
13
ROSE KAZDAN
24
13
SAMUEL SCHWARTZ
14
25
YETTA BORINSTEIN
25
14
BENJAMIN BRAGMAN
-25
14
SAM COHEN
14
25
HELEN COHN
25
14
DAVID FRIEDMAN
25
14
NECHEMIAH Y. KIRSNIANSKI
14
25
LEAH LAKRITZ
25
14
JACOB LEVIN
25
14
ROSE WIMMER
26
15
JOSEPH BURSTEIN
26
15
ANNIE CITRIN
26
15
IRWIN I. COHN
26
15
ABRAHAM DIEM
26
15
DAVID J. GOLDBERG
26
15
PH I LLI P LEWIS
15
26
FRIEDA LUX
26
15
PEARL RUFFSKY
26
15
ISADORE SHECHTER
26
15
MITCHELL STEIN
26
15
JOSEPH WEXLER
26
15
FANNIE ZINGESER
27
16
BENJAMIN APT
27
16
BERTHA APT
27
16
ABRAHAM L. BRESOFF
27
16
IRVING DOKTOR
27
16
MOSES P. ELLENSON
27
16
WILLIAM FINNK
27
16
ABRAHAM FREED
27
16
ROSE KATZ
27
16
HARRY LEVINE
27
16
JULIUS PORTNOY
27
16
HENRY ROSENMUND
27
16
JOSEPH RABINOWITZ
28
17
ESTHER AVERBACH
28
17
RIVA BOESKY
28
17
SOPHIE BUCH
28
17
BERTHA CORN
28
17
ESTHER DOMNITCH
28
17
SOPHIE LERMAN
28
17
ESTHER MINDLIN
28
17
SAMUEL REVZIN
28
17
LENA ROSENBAUM
17
28
HAROLD SHERR
28
17
ETHEL SHORR
29
18
ALTER FARBER
29
18
CELIA FRANK-ECKERT
29
18
DAVID FELDSTEIN
29
18
JACOB LESSER
29
18
TZIPPORAH MILLER
29
18
DR. LEO ORECKLIN
29
18
IDA ROTHENBERG
29
18
NORMA WEINGER
29
18
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