Date   

Olga Zabludoff #lithuania

Jose Gutstein
 

I’ve known Olga for slightly over two years, but we developed an immediate
bond that transcended our genealogical work >from the very start, becoming
great friends in the process, as if we've known each other forever. Working
side-by-side on various projects throughout this period, it became evident
early on how much effort she puts into everything she does. I’ve never asked
a single question which she deemed unworthy of an answer. Quickly and
efficiently. Her organizational skills are first rate, and she can take
pride in the attention to detail she devotes to all her work. Throw lots of
humor into the mix at every turn, and there’s never been anyone I’ve enjoyed
working with more.

Although she has resigned as District Research Groups Coordinator, she will
continue her role as Keidan Coordinator. That’s the good part, that at least
one lucky group will still get the full benefit of her hard work. I know we
will continue to work together on that one, and she will likewise continue
to help me with my Trakai District and Zasliai groups.

Thank you Olga, for a job well done.

Jose Gutstein
E-Mail: Gutstein@bellsouth.net
Trakai District Group: http://www.gutstein.net/trakai/index.htm


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Olga Zabludoff #lithuania

Jose Gutstein
 

I’ve known Olga for slightly over two years, but we developed an immediate
bond that transcended our genealogical work >from the very start, becoming
great friends in the process, as if we've known each other forever. Working
side-by-side on various projects throughout this period, it became evident
early on how much effort she puts into everything she does. I’ve never asked
a single question which she deemed unworthy of an answer. Quickly and
efficiently. Her organizational skills are first rate, and she can take
pride in the attention to detail she devotes to all her work. Throw lots of
humor into the mix at every turn, and there’s never been anyone I’ve enjoyed
working with more.

Although she has resigned as District Research Groups Coordinator, she will
continue her role as Keidan Coordinator. That’s the good part, that at least
one lucky group will still get the full benefit of her hard work. I know we
will continue to work together on that one, and she will likewise continue
to help me with my Trakai District and Zasliai groups.

Thank you Olga, for a job well done.

Jose Gutstein
E-Mail: Gutstein@bellsouth.net
Trakai District Group: http://www.gutstein.net/trakai/index.htm


2008 LitvakSIG Dues Renewal Reminder #lithuania

 

Dear LitvakSIG Member/Former Member:

Now is the time for Litvak SIG Members to renew their LitvakSIG
membership and pay their 2008 dues. Dues are paid on a calendar year
basis, beginning the first of the year.

Only members of LitvakSIG may vote in the summer board election and cast
a ballot for the expected change in bylaws that will be presented this
summer as well. In the planning stages is a members-only website.

Background
~~~~~~~~~~

Specifically, the dues are used to support the operating expenses of
the SIG, including regular international telephone conferences of board
meetings, professional fees, the annual donation to JewishGen for
hosting the All Lithuania Database (ALD) and for special activities,
such as helping to sponsor Lithuanian archivists or other special
speakers at annual IAJGS conferences, as well as the general goals of
the organization, which are described on our webpage at
www.litvaksig.org/goals.htm

This past year we have been very pleased with the response to the call
for new members and for renewals. We are now beyond the 380 member mark
and continuing to grow. Most heartening are the number of new members
that have already joined for 2008. In total, membership was up about
80% in 2007 compared to 2006 and the renewal rate for 2008 is more than 50%
faster than last year's.

Payment
~~~~~~~

To join or renew your membership, we have made it very easy and
convenient for you to do so by using our online secure website using a
credit card. Just go to www.litvaksig.org and click on "Become a
Contributor." Check the box for 2008 dues and click "Checkout." The
site will direct you to a page where you can fill out your credit card
information. The amount of the annual dues is $36. (Do not enter the $
in the payment area--just the number 36.)

Donations can be made for Vital Record Translations or other records,
organized by district, but these projects are separate >from membership
dues. Membership dues support the organizational effort of the board
to make these projects possible.

While we prefer you use the on-line credit card form if you would rather
mail in your credit card information or your check, that is easy to do
also. Please go to the LitvakSIG site ( www.litvaksig.org ) and click
on the word, "mail" and you will be directed to the page with mailing
instructions. If you have any trouble with this, please read the email
from our treasurer at the end of this message. Eden gives you some
tips and advice, especially if you are having trouble entering your
credit card information or are >from outside the U.S.

Checks should be payable to LitvakSIG, Inc. If you are paying by mail,
please include your home and email addresses with your correspondence.

Here is the treasurer's address:

LitvakSIG, Inc.
c/o Eden Joachim
1204 Hillside Terrace, Pomona, NY. 10970
Tel. 845-362-5201

LitvakSIG, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. Contributions to
LitvakSIG, Inc. are tax-deductible according to law.

Thank you for your interest and support of LitvakSIG.

Sincerely,

Gene Alpert
Gene1@ix.netcom.com
Arlington, VA
Board Member and Membership Chair, LitvakSIG

Additional payment information:
==========================================================
Subject: Making Online Contributions - Possible Problems and Correcting
Them
From: Eden Joachim <esjoachim@optonline.net>
Date: Sun, 30 Dec 2007 17:17:04 -0500
X-Message-Number: 2

It's possible that many of you are having problems when entering your
information on our Secure Online Donations page because of the way in
which your information is being entered.

IMPORTANT: Please do not enter a $ when entering the total amount of
your donation. Only enter the numbers with the decimal point properly
placed. Example: a donation of $36 should be entered as 36.00

For those of you residing outside of the United States, the greatest
number of problems may be encountered because of the format of street
addresses, Postal Codes, Cities, Provinces and your Country. If you
have a postal code, please take care not to enter it in the box for
State or Province but only in the box for Postal Code. If you live in
Canada, especially, your 2 letter Province Code has to be entered in
the appropriate box. In many cases, there is not a place to enter your
Country of residence. I'm pretty smart and used to dealing with many
foreign locations, so I know when you are in Israel, Canada, Australia.
If you are in England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, your address will be
coded as UK.

If you want to contribute to a District (Uyezd) Research Group, enter
your contribution in the first box on the page and use the drop down
menu to choose the correct District group. Also, provide the specific
town of interest within the district if you know it.

If you want to contribute to the Vital Records Translation Project,
enter your contribution in the second box on the page and type in the
name of the town.

If you want to contribute to the Internal Passports Project (on ongoing
translation project) or the Kaunas Family List Project (which has not
yet begun) enter your contribution in the third box on the page. If you
have an interest in a specific town for the Internal Passport Project,
please enter it.

If you are paying your 2008 dues, enter your contribution amount in the
fourth box on the page. Type in Dues 2008.

Remember: A contribution of $200 is the amount to make you a qualifying
contributor to the Telsiai and Vilnius District Groups. All other
District Groups require a contribution of $100 to make you a qualifying
contributor. A contribution of $100 to the Vital Records Project for
one specific town makes you a qualifying contributor for that town
only. $100 makes you a qualifying contributor for one specific town in
the Internal Passports Project.

If you are unable to make your donation online, kindly mail your check
to my attention and include your correct mailing address, email address
(extremely important), telephone number, reason for your contribution
(what District Group, what town if for Vital Records, what town if for
Internal Passports, dues and year, etc). It is best to include the
form that can be printed >from the website.

Eden Joachim
Treasurer
1204 Hillside Terrace
Pomona, NY 10970
esjoachim@optonline.net
Fax 845-623-1708


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania 2008 LitvakSIG Dues Renewal Reminder #lithuania

 

Dear LitvakSIG Member/Former Member:

Now is the time for Litvak SIG Members to renew their LitvakSIG
membership and pay their 2008 dues. Dues are paid on a calendar year
basis, beginning the first of the year.

Only members of LitvakSIG may vote in the summer board election and cast
a ballot for the expected change in bylaws that will be presented this
summer as well. In the planning stages is a members-only website.

Background
~~~~~~~~~~

Specifically, the dues are used to support the operating expenses of
the SIG, including regular international telephone conferences of board
meetings, professional fees, the annual donation to JewishGen for
hosting the All Lithuania Database (ALD) and for special activities,
such as helping to sponsor Lithuanian archivists or other special
speakers at annual IAJGS conferences, as well as the general goals of
the organization, which are described on our webpage at
www.litvaksig.org/goals.htm

This past year we have been very pleased with the response to the call
for new members and for renewals. We are now beyond the 380 member mark
and continuing to grow. Most heartening are the number of new members
that have already joined for 2008. In total, membership was up about
80% in 2007 compared to 2006 and the renewal rate for 2008 is more than 50%
faster than last year's.

Payment
~~~~~~~

To join or renew your membership, we have made it very easy and
convenient for you to do so by using our online secure website using a
credit card. Just go to www.litvaksig.org and click on "Become a
Contributor." Check the box for 2008 dues and click "Checkout." The
site will direct you to a page where you can fill out your credit card
information. The amount of the annual dues is $36. (Do not enter the $
in the payment area--just the number 36.)

Donations can be made for Vital Record Translations or other records,
organized by district, but these projects are separate >from membership
dues. Membership dues support the organizational effort of the board
to make these projects possible.

While we prefer you use the on-line credit card form if you would rather
mail in your credit card information or your check, that is easy to do
also. Please go to the LitvakSIG site ( www.litvaksig.org ) and click
on the word, "mail" and you will be directed to the page with mailing
instructions. If you have any trouble with this, please read the email
from our treasurer at the end of this message. Eden gives you some
tips and advice, especially if you are having trouble entering your
credit card information or are >from outside the U.S.

Checks should be payable to LitvakSIG, Inc. If you are paying by mail,
please include your home and email addresses with your correspondence.

Here is the treasurer's address:

LitvakSIG, Inc.
c/o Eden Joachim
1204 Hillside Terrace, Pomona, NY. 10970
Tel. 845-362-5201

LitvakSIG, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. Contributions to
LitvakSIG, Inc. are tax-deductible according to law.

Thank you for your interest and support of LitvakSIG.

Sincerely,

Gene Alpert
Gene1@ix.netcom.com
Arlington, VA
Board Member and Membership Chair, LitvakSIG

Additional payment information:
==========================================================
Subject: Making Online Contributions - Possible Problems and Correcting
Them
From: Eden Joachim <esjoachim@optonline.net>
Date: Sun, 30 Dec 2007 17:17:04 -0500
X-Message-Number: 2

It's possible that many of you are having problems when entering your
information on our Secure Online Donations page because of the way in
which your information is being entered.

IMPORTANT: Please do not enter a $ when entering the total amount of
your donation. Only enter the numbers with the decimal point properly
placed. Example: a donation of $36 should be entered as 36.00

For those of you residing outside of the United States, the greatest
number of problems may be encountered because of the format of street
addresses, Postal Codes, Cities, Provinces and your Country. If you
have a postal code, please take care not to enter it in the box for
State or Province but only in the box for Postal Code. If you live in
Canada, especially, your 2 letter Province Code has to be entered in
the appropriate box. In many cases, there is not a place to enter your
Country of residence. I'm pretty smart and used to dealing with many
foreign locations, so I know when you are in Israel, Canada, Australia.
If you are in England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, your address will be
coded as UK.

If you want to contribute to a District (Uyezd) Research Group, enter
your contribution in the first box on the page and use the drop down
menu to choose the correct District group. Also, provide the specific
town of interest within the district if you know it.

If you want to contribute to the Vital Records Translation Project,
enter your contribution in the second box on the page and type in the
name of the town.

If you want to contribute to the Internal Passports Project (on ongoing
translation project) or the Kaunas Family List Project (which has not
yet begun) enter your contribution in the third box on the page. If you
have an interest in a specific town for the Internal Passport Project,
please enter it.

If you are paying your 2008 dues, enter your contribution amount in the
fourth box on the page. Type in Dues 2008.

Remember: A contribution of $200 is the amount to make you a qualifying
contributor to the Telsiai and Vilnius District Groups. All other
District Groups require a contribution of $100 to make you a qualifying
contributor. A contribution of $100 to the Vital Records Project for
one specific town makes you a qualifying contributor for that town
only. $100 makes you a qualifying contributor for one specific town in
the Internal Passports Project.

If you are unable to make your donation online, kindly mail your check
to my attention and include your correct mailing address, email address
(extremely important), telephone number, reason for your contribution
(what District Group, what town if for Vital Records, what town if for
Internal Passports, dues and year, etc). It is best to include the
form that can be printed >from the website.

Eden Joachim
Treasurer
1204 Hillside Terrace
Pomona, NY 10970
esjoachim@optonline.net
Fax 845-623-1708


Rabbinical Source: Dorot Ha-Achronim (1937 edition) help needed #general

Lisa
 

Is there someone in the group that has easy access to the rabbinical source
Dorot Ha-Achronim (1937 edition only) by Benzion Eisenstadt? I am interested
in what is written on page two regarding Rabbi Aronson of Kiev. Thank you very
much.

Lisa Brahin Weinblatt
REDBALL62@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Rabbinical Source: Dorot Ha-Achronim (1937 edition) help needed #general

Lisa
 

Is there someone in the group that has easy access to the rabbinical source
Dorot Ha-Achronim (1937 edition only) by Benzion Eisenstadt? I am interested
in what is written on page two regarding Rabbi Aronson of Kiev. Thank you very
much.

Lisa Brahin Weinblatt
REDBALL62@aol.com


Obit lookup-Leonard PLATO #general

mkshapiro@...
 

Greetings-
I am interested in obtaining information on the following obit (if you can find
it):

Leonard PLATO born in New Jersy around 1910/1911 died in December 1984 in New
York. Leonard was the half brother of Mortimer and Phyllis EPSTEIN/PLATO. Ella,
Leonard's mother, was married to Oscar Epstein (first marriage) Oscar was my
grandfathers ( Jacob Epstein) older half brother.
Then Ella married a Plato - sorry I don't have his first name.
If someone can find me any information I would greatly appreciate it. You can
email me at mkshapiro@comcast.net
Thanks ,
Marshall Shapiro
researching SHAPIRO/EPSTEIN/SATENSTEIN


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Obit lookup-Leonard PLATO #general

mkshapiro@...
 

Greetings-
I am interested in obtaining information on the following obit (if you can find
it):

Leonard PLATO born in New Jersy around 1910/1911 died in December 1984 in New
York. Leonard was the half brother of Mortimer and Phyllis EPSTEIN/PLATO. Ella,
Leonard's mother, was married to Oscar Epstein (first marriage) Oscar was my
grandfathers ( Jacob Epstein) older half brother.
Then Ella married a Plato - sorry I don't have his first name.
If someone can find me any information I would greatly appreciate it. You can
email me at mkshapiro@comcast.net
Thanks ,
Marshall Shapiro
researching SHAPIRO/EPSTEIN/SATENSTEIN


Beth El Synagogue, New Rochelle #general

Vivian Kahn
 

During the 1950's my family belonged to Beth El Synagogue in New
Rochelle, NY and my brother and I attended their Hebrew school.
While cleaning out old files, I came across copies of The Scroll,
the yearbook of Beth El's education program for the years 1952-1958.

Please contact me off-list if you'd like me to look for names and/or
pictures of friends or family.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA
vkahn@kmort.com
http://web.mac.com/lmort/Vivian_Kahn_Family_Website/Home_Page.html

Researching families including: BAL/BERKOVICS/ROTH/Orasu Nou, Rom.(Avas Ujvaros,
Hun.)Hung.); Seini, Rom. (Szinervaralja, Hun), Vamfalu, Hung. (Vama, Rom.)
KAHAN/SEGAL/ZEGAL/, Sighet, Rom.(Maramarossziget, Hun)
KOHN/(Zebegnyo, Zemplen, Hun.) Zbehnov, Slov., Cleveland
MOSKOVITS/MOSKOWITZ/MOSS, Ostrov (Kisozstro), Bunkocz, Sobrance, Michalovce,
Cleveland NEUMANN/POLACSEK/Sobrance, Michalovce, Kereszt (Kristy, Slov.)


Re: Zine as a middle name #general

Barbara Zilber
 

I grew up in Montreal with a childhood friend whose first name was Zina, so it is
indeed a real name.
Barbara Zilber
Montreal, Canada


Lookup Request 1937 Pittsburgh, PA for one surname #general

Anna Reuter <anna94306@...>
 

Dear Genners:
Does anyone have access to a 1937 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania City Directory?
I would like to check one surname in the Directory.
1937 is ideal.
Any Pittsburgh Directory between 1936 and 1938 is also good.

Thanks,

Anna Reuter
Palo Alto, California


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Beth El Synagogue, New Rochelle #general

Vivian Kahn
 

During the 1950's my family belonged to Beth El Synagogue in New
Rochelle, NY and my brother and I attended their Hebrew school.
While cleaning out old files, I came across copies of The Scroll,
the yearbook of Beth El's education program for the years 1952-1958.

Please contact me off-list if you'd like me to look for names and/or
pictures of friends or family.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA
vkahn@kmort.com
http://web.mac.com/lmort/Vivian_Kahn_Family_Website/Home_Page.html

Researching families including: BAL/BERKOVICS/ROTH/Orasu Nou, Rom.(Avas Ujvaros,
Hun.)Hung.); Seini, Rom. (Szinervaralja, Hun), Vamfalu, Hung. (Vama, Rom.)
KAHAN/SEGAL/ZEGAL/, Sighet, Rom.(Maramarossziget, Hun)
KOHN/(Zebegnyo, Zemplen, Hun.) Zbehnov, Slov., Cleveland
MOSKOVITS/MOSKOWITZ/MOSS, Ostrov (Kisozstro), Bunkocz, Sobrance, Michalovce,
Cleveland NEUMANN/POLACSEK/Sobrance, Michalovce, Kereszt (Kristy, Slov.)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Zine as a middle name #general

Barbara Zilber
 

I grew up in Montreal with a childhood friend whose first name was Zina, so it is
indeed a real name.
Barbara Zilber
Montreal, Canada


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lookup Request 1937 Pittsburgh, PA for one surname #general

Anna Reuter <anna94306@...>
 

Dear Genners:
Does anyone have access to a 1937 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania City Directory?
I would like to check one surname in the Directory.
1937 is ideal.
Any Pittsburgh Directory between 1936 and 1938 is also good.

Thanks,

Anna Reuter
Palo Alto, California


need help locating LUSTIG Ashkelon, Israel #general

Debby Gincig Painter
 

A few years ago I tried this and had been put on the trail of the wrong
family. So I'm trying again.

Is there any one who can help me locate Moses LUSTIG who was living in
Ashkelon in 1971 or members of his family. His Father was Abraham. His
Mother was possibly Rachel Itte (Kempler). According to a document
found on Yad Vashem filed by her brother Zev SCHVITZER, she perished in
Nowy Sacz so I am unsure if she is his Mother or if Abraham might have
remarried. I do not know if Moses was married or not. Uncles' name
he would know are Benjamin and Natan/Nathan. Nathan passed away in, I
believe Ashkelon, in the spring of that year. After having lost his
wife and daughter in Auschwitz, Nathan had remarried and has a
stepdaughter and granddaughter also living in, I believe, Ashkelon in
the 1960s-70s. I don't know if he married in Poland or Israel.
Benjamin (my Grandfather) perished in Auschwitz. The Moses Lustig I am
looking for would have been visited by cousins Lily and Renee in 1971.
It is said he (we) have family in Toronto, but so far I have not been
able to find the right family there either. This is the address I had
recieved for the wrong Moses Lustig in 2002: Hadekel ##.

I know extremely little about this side of my family as my Grandfather
left Nowy Sacz/Limanowa, Poland for Dortmund, Germany and for
complicated reasons had little to no contact with his family. I know
that my Grandfather had numerous brothers and perhaps 1 sister but don't
know how many for sure. These are the names I have found for my family:
Ascher born/died 1888
Moses born/died 1893
Benjamin Hersh born 1900 died about 1942 married Lea Elisabeth KLINGER
Abraham born 1902 died? married Ruchel Itte KEMPLER
Nathan born ? died Spring 1971 married? married?
Lola?

Their parents were:
Jakob born? died after 1926
Rifke IMOFF (also shown as Fink) born? died?

I realize this is a difficul request but I've run out of options.

Thanking all in advance for help and/or guidance,
Debby Painter
Michigan, USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen need help locating LUSTIG Ashkelon, Israel #general

Debby Gincig Painter
 

A few years ago I tried this and had been put on the trail of the wrong
family. So I'm trying again.

Is there any one who can help me locate Moses LUSTIG who was living in
Ashkelon in 1971 or members of his family. His Father was Abraham. His
Mother was possibly Rachel Itte (Kempler). According to a document
found on Yad Vashem filed by her brother Zev SCHVITZER, she perished in
Nowy Sacz so I am unsure if she is his Mother or if Abraham might have
remarried. I do not know if Moses was married or not. Uncles' name
he would know are Benjamin and Natan/Nathan. Nathan passed away in, I
believe Ashkelon, in the spring of that year. After having lost his
wife and daughter in Auschwitz, Nathan had remarried and has a
stepdaughter and granddaughter also living in, I believe, Ashkelon in
the 1960s-70s. I don't know if he married in Poland or Israel.
Benjamin (my Grandfather) perished in Auschwitz. The Moses Lustig I am
looking for would have been visited by cousins Lily and Renee in 1971.
It is said he (we) have family in Toronto, but so far I have not been
able to find the right family there either. This is the address I had
recieved for the wrong Moses Lustig in 2002: Hadekel ##.

I know extremely little about this side of my family as my Grandfather
left Nowy Sacz/Limanowa, Poland for Dortmund, Germany and for
complicated reasons had little to no contact with his family. I know
that my Grandfather had numerous brothers and perhaps 1 sister but don't
know how many for sure. These are the names I have found for my family:
Ascher born/died 1888
Moses born/died 1893
Benjamin Hersh born 1900 died about 1942 married Lea Elisabeth KLINGER
Abraham born 1902 died? married Ruchel Itte KEMPLER
Nathan born ? died Spring 1971 married? married?
Lola?

Their parents were:
Jakob born? died after 1926
Rifke IMOFF (also shown as Fink) born? died?

I realize this is a difficul request but I've run out of options.

Thanking all in advance for help and/or guidance,
Debby Painter
Michigan, USA


question about information found on http://www.indeks.karta.org.pl #general

Debby Gincig Painter
 

I have found my Great-Uncle, Abraham LUSTIG on this list. I used the
suggested translation program for the smaller sections, but I haven't
been able to navigate the site on a whole so I'm hoping someone can help
me figure out what it all means.

It says that that in 1940 Abraham is deported >from Lwow. July 24, 1940
he is interned in Muzykowo, Archangielska and September 4, 1941 he
"departs," or as explanation says, given amnesty.

Does any one know about Muzykowo, Archangielska and what exactly it was?
Secondly, given the rough translation, of the source (Archive IT
district USW Archangielskiego, book of polish citizen included >from 1941
year amnesty - position ) what is meant by amnesty and to where would
he have been deported - back to Lwow? If so, how would I trace what
happened next? Basically, how can I find out more with the information
provided on this site?

Debby Gincig Painter
Michigan


Re: Has anyone heard of the surname: YOLGONITZER ? Thanks #general

Roy Ogus
 

I'd like to thank all of you who responded to my posting. There are
too many of you for me to respond individually. Your help was most
appreciated. The consensus appears to be that the name was actually
YAGOLNITZER, a fairly common name. Thanks again.

Roy Ogus
Palo Alto, California, USA
r_ogus@hotmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen question about information found on http://www.indeks.karta.org.pl #general

Debby Gincig Painter
 

I have found my Great-Uncle, Abraham LUSTIG on this list. I used the
suggested translation program for the smaller sections, but I haven't
been able to navigate the site on a whole so I'm hoping someone can help
me figure out what it all means.

It says that that in 1940 Abraham is deported >from Lwow. July 24, 1940
he is interned in Muzykowo, Archangielska and September 4, 1941 he
"departs," or as explanation says, given amnesty.

Does any one know about Muzykowo, Archangielska and what exactly it was?
Secondly, given the rough translation, of the source (Archive IT
district USW Archangielskiego, book of polish citizen included >from 1941
year amnesty - position ) what is meant by amnesty and to where would
he have been deported - back to Lwow? If so, how would I trace what
happened next? Basically, how can I find out more with the information
provided on this site?

Debby Gincig Painter
Michigan


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Has anyone heard of the surname: YOLGONITZER ? Thanks #general

Roy Ogus
 

I'd like to thank all of you who responded to my posting. There are
too many of you for me to respond individually. Your help was most
appreciated. The consensus appears to be that the name was actually
YAGOLNITZER, a fairly common name. Thanks again.

Roy Ogus
Palo Alto, California, USA
r_ogus@hotmail.com