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Jews of Czestochow, Poland ---Special Exhibit in Washington, DC #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

The following announcement will be of interest to those in the Washington,
DC area.

This is an exhibit about Jews of Czestochowa, December 5-9 at the Russell
Senate Office Building Rotunda. I saw the exhibit at the Polish Embassy in
New York and highly recommened it.

Senator Frank Lautenberg, in collaboration with Sigmund A. Rolat
and Alan M. Silberstein, invites you to view the exhibition
THE JEWS OF CZESTOCHOWA
COEXISTENCE . HOLOCAUST . MEMORY
December 5-9, 2005

This exhibition recounts the spirit and vitality of Czestochowa's Jewish
community, once an integral part of this important city. Before World
War II, Czestochowa, was home to over 35,000 Jews, a third of the city's
population. Today, fewer than 100 Jews live there.

Also on view is Inspired by Jewish Culture, art projects motivated by
the exhibition and created by students of the Malczewski School of Fine
Arts in Czestochowa.

Please join us for the presentation of these two exhibitions.

For information visit www.czestochowajews.org
Exhibition Hours: Mon-Thur 9am to 4:30pm, Fri 9am to 2pm
Russell Senate Office Building Rotunda,
located North of the main Capitol building at Delaware
and Constitution Avenue, N.E., Washington, D.C. 20510

Photo ID required at door for admission


Regards,
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
Scarsdale, NY


JRI Poland #Poland Jews of Czestochow, Poland ---Special Exhibit in Washington, DC #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

The following announcement will be of interest to those in the Washington,
DC area.

This is an exhibit about Jews of Czestochowa, December 5-9 at the Russell
Senate Office Building Rotunda. I saw the exhibit at the Polish Embassy in
New York and highly recommened it.

Senator Frank Lautenberg, in collaboration with Sigmund A. Rolat
and Alan M. Silberstein, invites you to view the exhibition
THE JEWS OF CZESTOCHOWA
COEXISTENCE . HOLOCAUST . MEMORY
December 5-9, 2005

This exhibition recounts the spirit and vitality of Czestochowa's Jewish
community, once an integral part of this important city. Before World
War II, Czestochowa, was home to over 35,000 Jews, a third of the city's
population. Today, fewer than 100 Jews live there.

Also on view is Inspired by Jewish Culture, art projects motivated by
the exhibition and created by students of the Malczewski School of Fine
Arts in Czestochowa.

Please join us for the presentation of these two exhibitions.

For information visit www.czestochowajews.org
Exhibition Hours: Mon-Thur 9am to 4:30pm, Fri 9am to 2pm
Russell Senate Office Building Rotunda,
located North of the main Capitol building at Delaware
and Constitution Avenue, N.E., Washington, D.C. 20510

Photo ID required at door for admission


Regards,
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
Scarsdale, NY


Phillips Family formerly Filipowsky #poland

Kevin Caughlan <caughlan@...>
 

I am still searching for any descendants of Isaac/Itchie Phillips, born
Filipowski in Suwalki, Russia/Poland around 1876 or 76. Itchie and wife
Sarah (Gittel) came to the U.S., he in 1903 and she and their two oldest
children Jennie (b. 1902 and Sam (Schmiel) b. c. 1903) came in 1905.
Itchie and Sarah then had Ida, Fannie, Dora, David and Lawrence Phillips.
Jennie married Irwin Pintel in 1927 and they had one daughter Beverly born
around 1928. Jennie was called Jeanette on her marriage license. Jeanette
died in 1951. Dora (born around 1909-10) married Louis P. Licht in 1933.
She was also called Gussie and Dorothy. David married Sarah and they had a
daughter Marilyn Phillips. She is listed as an "infant" on David's will
when he died in 1963. David's sister Dorothy Licht, the executor, had also
died according to the document. She lived in Little Neck, NY. I don't know
if Larry Phillips, Ida Phillips, Fannie Phillips or Sam Phillips ever
married, so I am asking everyone's help. If they know any Phillipses from
Russia/Poland, could they ask if they are related to Uncle Itchie? Thanks,

Jenny Caughlan, Kensington, MD

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


JRI Poland #Poland Phillips Family formerly Filipowsky #poland

Kevin Caughlan <caughlan@...>
 

I am still searching for any descendants of Isaac/Itchie Phillips, born
Filipowski in Suwalki, Russia/Poland around 1876 or 76. Itchie and wife
Sarah (Gittel) came to the U.S., he in 1903 and she and their two oldest
children Jennie (b. 1902 and Sam (Schmiel) b. c. 1903) came in 1905.
Itchie and Sarah then had Ida, Fannie, Dora, David and Lawrence Phillips.
Jennie married Irwin Pintel in 1927 and they had one daughter Beverly born
around 1928. Jennie was called Jeanette on her marriage license. Jeanette
died in 1951. Dora (born around 1909-10) married Louis P. Licht in 1933.
She was also called Gussie and Dorothy. David married Sarah and they had a
daughter Marilyn Phillips. She is listed as an "infant" on David's will
when he died in 1963. David's sister Dorothy Licht, the executor, had also
died according to the document. She lived in Little Neck, NY. I don't know
if Larry Phillips, Ida Phillips, Fannie Phillips or Sam Phillips ever
married, so I am asking everyone's help. If they know any Phillipses from
Russia/Poland, could they ask if they are related to Uncle Itchie? Thanks,

Jenny Caughlan, Kensington, MD

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Re: Can it be Olkusz? #poland

Alexander Sharon
 

Linda Silverman Shefler wrote:

I am again in need of some helpful input. I had a military document of an
ancestor translated and am wondering if others come to the same conclusion
that I have. The document was issued in 1880 and translated as the
following:

Gubernia: Keletskoy (Krenetc)
Uyezd: Sipusheny? Onpushsky? Olpushena?
City: Oipusha? Onpusha? Olpusha?

I've concluded that it was the City of Olkusz in Opulski Uyezd and Kielce
Gubernia.

Does anyone have any other suggestions or would you come to the same
conclusion?

As usual, I thank you very much in advance for your help.

Have a lovely week.
Appears to be correct, Linda.

There is a bit of a play with the Russian grammar.
Town Olkusz, Uyezd Olkusz, Kielce Guberniya.

BTW, Olkusz was a district (powiat) town and was located also within Kielce
Province (Wojewodztwo) during independent Poland interwar period.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Ab


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Can it be Olkusz? #poland

Alexander Sharon
 

Linda Silverman Shefler wrote:

I am again in need of some helpful input. I had a military document of an
ancestor translated and am wondering if others come to the same conclusion
that I have. The document was issued in 1880 and translated as the
following:

Gubernia: Keletskoy (Krenetc)
Uyezd: Sipusheny? Onpushsky? Olpushena?
City: Oipusha? Onpusha? Olpusha?

I've concluded that it was the City of Olkusz in Opulski Uyezd and Kielce
Gubernia.

Does anyone have any other suggestions or would you come to the same
conclusion?

As usual, I thank you very much in advance for your help.

Have a lovely week.
Appears to be correct, Linda.

There is a bit of a play with the Russian grammar.
Town Olkusz, Uyezd Olkusz, Kielce Guberniya.

BTW, Olkusz was a district (powiat) town and was located also within Kielce
Province (Wojewodztwo) during independent Poland interwar period.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Ab


How do I contact the Submitter of Pages of Testomy? #general

Julian Peerutin <jushilli@...>
 

Shalom

I saw a page of testomy submitted to the Yad Vashem Holocaust database in
1956. Is there any way of knowing how to contact the submitter?
The Pages of Testomy in question were submitted by Batsheva Shulman for
Moshe Cindelis, Faiga Cindeliene, Shlomo Cindelis, Judit Cindel and Chaim
Cindelis.
Does anyone know of Baysheva Shulman and how to contact her?

Thanks

Julian Peerutin
Kfar Saba, Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen How do I contact the Submitter of Pages of Testomy? #general

Julian Peerutin <jushilli@...>
 

Shalom

I saw a page of testomy submitted to the Yad Vashem Holocaust database in
1956. Is there any way of knowing how to contact the submitter?
The Pages of Testomy in question were submitted by Batsheva Shulman for
Moshe Cindelis, Faiga Cindeliene, Shlomo Cindelis, Judit Cindel and Chaim
Cindelis.
Does anyone know of Baysheva Shulman and how to contact her?

Thanks

Julian Peerutin
Kfar Saba, Israel


The role of Belarusian Jews in creating the state of Israel #belarus

Albert <alic99@...>
 

There is interesting article of Dr. Ioffe >from Minsk:
"The role of Belarusian Jews in creating the state of Israel"
http://www.open.by/belarus-now/cont/1998/0512/politics/4.html

The list is not complete. I can attach some persons, as Moshe Sharet (Chertok) and
Even Shushan.

Best,
Dr. Albert Kaganovitch,
Jerusalem


Belarus SIG #Belarus The role of Belarusian Jews in creating the state of Israel #belarus

Albert <alic99@...>
 

There is interesting article of Dr. Ioffe >from Minsk:
"The role of Belarusian Jews in creating the state of Israel"
http://www.open.by/belarus-now/cont/1998/0512/politics/4.html

The list is not complete. I can attach some persons, as Moshe Sharet (Chertok) and
Even Shushan.

Best,
Dr. Albert Kaganovitch,
Jerusalem


Lodz Synagogue #lodz #poland

Nicki Chodnoff - On The Go Publishing <nicki@...>
 

Hello All

I'm trying to find the correct spelling and exact location for a pre-war
shul that my grandfather belonged to in Lodz, Poland.

When I heard the name, it sounded like Yar Ochinski and was located on
Pomorska Street. If anyone knows the shul's correct name, spelling and
address, please email me privately. Or if you have research advice or
general information the rest of the group can use, please post for all.

Additional information such the shul's history, if photos survived or are
available online, if any archives survived and other details are greatly
appreciated.

Nicki Chodnoff
Columbus, Ohio
researching ROZENTAL >from Dabie, Lodz and Bialystock; ORCHAN >from Lodz,
Dabie and Poddebice; and PARZENCZEWSKA(SKI) >from Lodz and Ozorkow.


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Lodz Synagogue #lodz #poland

Nicki Chodnoff - On The Go Publishing <nicki@...>
 

Hello All

I'm trying to find the correct spelling and exact location for a pre-war
shul that my grandfather belonged to in Lodz, Poland.

When I heard the name, it sounded like Yar Ochinski and was located on
Pomorska Street. If anyone knows the shul's correct name, spelling and
address, please email me privately. Or if you have research advice or
general information the rest of the group can use, please post for all.

Additional information such the shul's history, if photos survived or are
available online, if any archives survived and other details are greatly
appreciated.

Nicki Chodnoff
Columbus, Ohio
researching ROZENTAL >from Dabie, Lodz and Bialystock; ORCHAN >from Lodz,
Dabie and Poddebice; and PARZENCZEWSKA(SKI) >from Lodz and Ozorkow.


Lodz Synagogue #general

write person <nicki@...>
 

Hello All

I'm trying to find the correct spelling and exact location for a pre-war
shul that my grandfather belonged to in Lodz, Poland.

When I heard the name, it sounded like Yar Ochinski and was located on
Pomorska Street. If anyone knows the shul's correct name, spelling and
address, please email me privately. Or if you have research advice or
general information the rest of the group can use, please post for all.

Additional information such the shul's history, if photos survived or are
available online, if any archives survived and other details are greatly
appreciated.

Nicki Chodnoff
Columbus, Ohio
researching ROZENTAL >from Dabie, Lodz and Bialystock; ORCHAN >from Lodz,
Dabie and Poddebice; and PARZENCZEWSKA(SKI) >from Lodz and Ozorkow.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lodz Synagogue #general

write person <nicki@...>
 

Hello All

I'm trying to find the correct spelling and exact location for a pre-war
shul that my grandfather belonged to in Lodz, Poland.

When I heard the name, it sounded like Yar Ochinski and was located on
Pomorska Street. If anyone knows the shul's correct name, spelling and
address, please email me privately. Or if you have research advice or
general information the rest of the group can use, please post for all.

Additional information such the shul's history, if photos survived or are
available online, if any archives survived and other details are greatly
appreciated.

Nicki Chodnoff
Columbus, Ohio
researching ROZENTAL >from Dabie, Lodz and Bialystock; ORCHAN >from Lodz,
Dabie and Poddebice; and PARZENCZEWSKA(SKI) >from Lodz and Ozorkow.


Help Finding Low-Cost N.Y.C. Accommodations With Access To Central Manhattan Research #general

richard may
 

Dear Cousins,

I'm going to visit New York City in order to research
one branch of my family. I need to be where I can get
to and >from central Manhattan fairly easily. I wish to
minimize my hotel expenses.
Would anyone familiar with N.Y.C. accommodations
please kindly recommend reasonable low-budget options
with fairly easy access to central Manhattan?

Thank you for your kind assistance and expertise!
Please respond privately.

Richard May < ferdlilac@yahoo.com >
Buffalo, New York, USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Help Finding Low-Cost N.Y.C. Accommodations With Access To Central Manhattan Research #general

richard may
 

Dear Cousins,

I'm going to visit New York City in order to research
one branch of my family. I need to be where I can get
to and >from central Manhattan fairly easily. I wish to
minimize my hotel expenses.
Would anyone familiar with N.Y.C. accommodations
please kindly recommend reasonable low-budget options
with fairly easy access to central Manhattan?

Thank you for your kind assistance and expertise!
Please respond privately.

Richard May < ferdlilac@yahoo.com >
Buffalo, New York, USA


Headstone - Hebrew Translation Please #general

Bobby Furst <bobby1st@...>
 

I have posted a headstone to Viewmate for translation of the Hebrew.
The direct link is:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7144

Please reply directly to me at bobby1st@sprynet.com

Thanks in advance,

Bobby Furst


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Headstone - Hebrew Translation Please #general

Bobby Furst <bobby1st@...>
 

I have posted a headstone to Viewmate for translation of the Hebrew.
The direct link is:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7144

Please reply directly to me at bobby1st@sprynet.com

Thanks in advance,

Bobby Furst


JGSBroward Florida Reschedules Ron Arons #general

kasakaplan@...
 

Hurricane Wilma forced us to cancel our October 23rd program featuring Ron
Arons.

We've got our power back, our phones are working again, we're cleaning up the
mess, and we have rescheduled his talk to:

Sunday, January 29th at 2:00 PM
Soref JCC, 6501 West Sunrise Blvd.
at 65 Avenue between University Drive and the Florida Turnpike
Plantation Florida.

There is plenty of free parking on the 16-acre campus. We are thrilled that
we have been able to reschedule this much anticipated event.

Our speaker Ron Arons is a seasoned genealogist who has given presentations
locally and abroad, including past International Association of Jewish
Genealogical Societies annual conferences. He will speak about Bugsy Siegel and
Meyer Lansky - the Men Behind the famous Flamingo Hotel, and their amazing lives.
The talk will not only provide a terrific story, but also focus on how and
where one can find non-traditional documents. Of special local interest, Meyer
Lansky, born Maier Suchowljansky, a Jew >from Grodno, once lived in Miami Beach
and later helped put Las Vegas on the map.

We just wanted to let everyone who lives in Florida or is planning to visit
Florida to mark the calendars now so that you will not miss this exciting and
informative lecture.

All are welcome, refreshments will be served; admission is free. For
additional information or inquiries, please check our website at
www.JGSBroward.org

Elaine L. Kaplan
Program Chairman
JGSBroward Florida


Barbara Musikar to Speak at JGS of Greater Miami, Inc on the Early Jewish Community of New York City #general

Barbara Musikar
 

In honor of the celebration of the 350th Anniversary of Jewish Settlement in
the United States, the Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Miami presents
Barbara Musikar who will speak about the New York City Jewish community in
the early 18th century and its ties to the Brazilian Jewish community as
well as communities in the Caribbean. Barbara will be basing this lecture on
her Master's thesis and her trips to the Caribbean and Brazil.

The JGS of Greater Miami, Inc. will also have a member Chanukah gift
exchange and holiday celebration. Please bring one gift $5 and under for our
grab bag. A special door prize will be raffled at this meeting.

The meeting will take place at 10 AM sharp at the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, 4200 Biscayne Blvd, Miami on Sunday, December 4, 2005. Please
enter the parking lot on Federal Highway and bring picture ID.

For further information, please call the Society at 305-868-9226 or email
bar945@hotmail.com.

Barbara Musikar
President JGS of Greater Miami, Inc
VP Programming
Surfside, FL
bmusikar@atlanticbb.net