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The famous Rav Yitzhak Friedlander #hungary

victor@...
 

A belated happy Holiday of lights to all.

On the gravestone of Golde Friedlander daughter of Rav Yitzhak Friedlander
(in the cemetery of Spisska Podhradie) is Inscribed "The daughter of the
Famous Rav Yitzhak Friedlander"

On the gravestone of Rahel Furher (another daughter of Rav Yitzhak
Friedlander)is inscribed "The daughter of the Wise Scholar" (Also in the
cemetery of Spisska Podhradie).

Does any one know of an important Rabbi Yitzhak Friedlander(b. abt.1818-d.
abt.1889) active in the Presov, Nova Ves,and Miskolc area in the mid to
late 19th century?

Would appreciate any help in this matter.

Searching for FRIEDLANDER Brezovika, Slovakia (Near Presov), Spisska
Podhradie, Spisska Nova Ves (Iglu), Roznava, HALEVY Spisska Podhradie,
Many thanks,
Victor
victor@kfar-hanassi.org.il


Hungary SIG #Hungary The famous Rav Yitzhak Friedlander #hungary

victor@...
 

A belated happy Holiday of lights to all.

On the gravestone of Golde Friedlander daughter of Rav Yitzhak Friedlander
(in the cemetery of Spisska Podhradie) is Inscribed "The daughter of the
Famous Rav Yitzhak Friedlander"

On the gravestone of Rahel Furher (another daughter of Rav Yitzhak
Friedlander)is inscribed "The daughter of the Wise Scholar" (Also in the
cemetery of Spisska Podhradie).

Does any one know of an important Rabbi Yitzhak Friedlander(b. abt.1818-d.
abt.1889) active in the Presov, Nova Ves,and Miskolc area in the mid to
late 19th century?

Would appreciate any help in this matter.

Searching for FRIEDLANDER Brezovika, Slovakia (Near Presov), Spisska
Podhradie, Spisska Nova Ves (Iglu), Roznava, HALEVY Spisska Podhradie,
Many thanks,
Victor
victor@kfar-hanassi.org.il


Re: "Riga Kurlander Verein" #courland #latvia

Prof. G. L. Esterson <jerry@...>
 

Dear all,

Martha lev-Zion posted about cemeteries in the US that might have
Latvian sections, where mostly emigrants >from Latvia would be
buried. I would be VERY interested in having information >from a
project to record the data on the tombstones in those cemeteries.

In our Given Names Data Bases project, one of the European countries
for which I am entering given names is Latvia. In addition to these
Hebrew, Yiddish, and secular names for those living in Latvia during
the 19th century, I am also listing the foreign names which emigrants
from Latvia adopted upon entry to countries like the US, South Africa,
and so on. Such a data base will have obvious benefits for Jewish
genealogists.

If such a project develops, I would like to know about it, so as to
enter these data in the new Latvia Given Names Data Base.

Regards,

Prof. G. L. Esterson, Ra'anana, Israel
<jerry@vms.huji.ac.il>

At 17:53 12/31/00 +0200, you wrote:
>I was reading copies of GENERATIONS, >from the Jewish Historical Society of
>Maryland, which were donated to our IGS Negev library. In one of them,
>someone was reminiscing and spoke of the "Riga Kurlander Verein" service
>building and a Riga section in the old part of the Jewish cemetery in
>Rosedale [east of Baltimore] at the intersection of Philadelphia Road and
>Hamilton Avenues in Maryland. I think it might be well worth our while for
>some volunteers in the area to go to the cemetery and copy down the
>tombstones. If they are not Hebrew literate, photos can be taken and I can
>translate the Hebrew. I am sure that there are Kurlander and Riga sections
>in other Jewish cemeteries as well. Who would volunteer to help out with
>this project? Could we discuss the possibilities of such a project on this
>list?


Courland SIG #Courland #Latvia Re: "Riga Kurlander Verein" #courland #latvia

Prof. G. L. Esterson <jerry@...>
 

Dear all,

Martha lev-Zion posted about cemeteries in the US that might have
Latvian sections, where mostly emigrants >from Latvia would be
buried. I would be VERY interested in having information >from a
project to record the data on the tombstones in those cemeteries.

In our Given Names Data Bases project, one of the European countries
for which I am entering given names is Latvia. In addition to these
Hebrew, Yiddish, and secular names for those living in Latvia during
the 19th century, I am also listing the foreign names which emigrants
from Latvia adopted upon entry to countries like the US, South Africa,
and so on. Such a data base will have obvious benefits for Jewish
genealogists.

If such a project develops, I would like to know about it, so as to
enter these data in the new Latvia Given Names Data Base.

Regards,

Prof. G. L. Esterson, Ra'anana, Israel
<jerry@vms.huji.ac.il>

At 17:53 12/31/00 +0200, you wrote:
>I was reading copies of GENERATIONS, >from the Jewish Historical Society of
>Maryland, which were donated to our IGS Negev library. In one of them,
>someone was reminiscing and spoke of the "Riga Kurlander Verein" service
>building and a Riga section in the old part of the Jewish cemetery in
>Rosedale [east of Baltimore] at the intersection of Philadelphia Road and
>Hamilton Avenues in Maryland. I think it might be well worth our while for
>some volunteers in the area to go to the cemetery and copy down the
>tombstones. If they are not Hebrew literate, photos can be taken and I can
>translate the Hebrew. I am sure that there are Kurlander and Riga sections
>in other Jewish cemeteries as well. Who would volunteer to help out with
>this project? Could we discuss the possibilities of such a project on this
>list?


Names: ROSSOFF -- RESENT! IN PLAIN TEXT! #belarus

Elsebeth Paikin
 

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard/Rachel Levine" <richrach@alaska.net>
To: "Belarus SIG" <belarus@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Saturday, December 30, 2000 7:46 AM
Subject: Names:Rossoff
---------
Regrettably the message was sent out -- it should have been rejected
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rejected by AOL, so that AOL-users didn't get it (except for those getting
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Date: Fri, 29 Dec 2000 22:46:08 -0900
From: Richard/Rachel Levine <richrach@alaska.net>
Subject: Names:Rossoff

> Then
> finally, his certificate (1912) shows his signature clearly as "Bonth Mose
> Rossoff". I have not yet been able to find his name on a manifest. The
> Petition shows his arrival at Castle Garden on or about September 14, 1904
> >from Antwerp on the vessel "Ferland" (which I take as "Finland"). But the
> Morton-Allen does not show Finland arriving on that date. I have tried
> other dates and have given up, at least for the moment. Perhaps I have been
> looking for the wrong name.
>

Several of my ancestors were not on the ships that were noted on their
Naturalization Papers. I had the best luck in locating people in
manifests by using the Passenger Arrival Index (soundex) for ships to
New York. I believe it includes >from July 1902 to 1943. I believe
many people just didn't remember the name of the ship or the correct
arrival date. You also should look at any possible variations of the
names. Since Rossoff is not as common a name as my Levines and Cohens
the index might be worth checking.
Dick Levine
Fairbanks, Alaska


--
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark,
e-mail: elsebeth@paikin.dk
--


Belarus SIG #Belarus Names: ROSSOFF -- RESENT! IN PLAIN TEXT! #belarus

Elsebeth Paikin
 

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard/Rachel Levine" <richrach@alaska.net>
To: "Belarus SIG" <belarus@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Saturday, December 30, 2000 7:46 AM
Subject: Names:Rossoff
---------
Regrettably the message was sent out -- it should have been rejected
because it was encoded text and not in plain text. That means that it was
rejected by AOL, so that AOL-users didn't get it (except for those getting
the Digest, I think!?).

But sometimes when moderating and in a hurry, you "hit the wrong button"
(approve instead of reject) and sometimes it goes unnoticed that the
message is encoded ...

********************************************************
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Here comes the message again:
-----------------------------
Date: Fri, 29 Dec 2000 22:46:08 -0900
From: Richard/Rachel Levine <richrach@alaska.net>
Subject: Names:Rossoff

> Then
> finally, his certificate (1912) shows his signature clearly as "Bonth Mose
> Rossoff". I have not yet been able to find his name on a manifest. The
> Petition shows his arrival at Castle Garden on or about September 14, 1904
> >from Antwerp on the vessel "Ferland" (which I take as "Finland"). But the
> Morton-Allen does not show Finland arriving on that date. I have tried
> other dates and have given up, at least for the moment. Perhaps I have been
> looking for the wrong name.
>

Several of my ancestors were not on the ships that were noted on their
Naturalization Papers. I had the best luck in locating people in
manifests by using the Passenger Arrival Index (soundex) for ships to
New York. I believe it includes >from July 1902 to 1943. I believe
many people just didn't remember the name of the ship or the correct
arrival date. You also should look at any possible variations of the
names. Since Rossoff is not as common a name as my Levines and Cohens
the index might be worth checking.
Dick Levine
Fairbanks, Alaska


--
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark,
e-mail: elsebeth@paikin.dk
--


Names: ROSSOFF -- RESENT! IN PLAIN TEXT! #belarus

Elsebeth Paikin
 

The below message >from Norma Brewer came in for moderation:

There was no message sent.
Please re post with a message.
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Full 'messsage' exactly as below.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard/Rachel Levine" <richrach@alaska.net>
To: "Belarus SIG" <belarus@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Saturday, December 30, 2000 7:46 AM
Subject: Names:Rossoff
---------
Regrettably the message was sent out -- it should have been rejected
because it was encoded text and not in plain text. That means that
it was rejected by AOL, so that AOL-users didn't get it (except for
those getting the Digest, I think!?).

Others received empty messages.
-- Sorry!

But sometimes when moderating and in a hurry, you "hit the wrong
button" (approve instead of reject) and sometimes it goes unnoticed
that the message is encoded ...

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------------------------------------
Moderator of the Belarus, Denmark
and Ekaterinoslav Discussion Groups
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
e-mail: elsebeth@paikin.dk
------------------------------------

Here comes the message again:
-----------------------------
Date: Fri, 29 Dec 2000 22:46:08 -0900
From: Richard/Rachel Levine <richrach@alaska.net>
Subject: Names:Rossoff

.... Then
finally, his certificate (1912) shows his signature clearly as "Bonth
Mose Rossoff". I have not yet been able to find his name on a manifest.
The Petition shows his arrival at Castle Garden on or about September
14, 1904 >from Antwerp on the vessel "Ferland" (which I take as
"Finland"). But the Morton-Allen does not show Finland arriving on that
date. I have tried other dates and have given up, at least for the
moment. Perhaps I have been looking for the wrong name.
---------
Several of my ancestors were not on the ships that were noted on their
Naturalization Papers. I had the best luck in locating people in
manifests by using the Passenger Arrival Index (soundex) for ships to
New York. I believe it includes >from July 1902 to 1943. I believe
many people just didn't remember the name of the ship or the correct
arrival date. You also should look at any possible variations of the
names. Since Rossoff is not as common a name as my Levines and Cohens
the index might be worth checking.
Dick Levine
Fairbanks, Alaska

---------------------


Belarus SIG #Belarus Names: ROSSOFF -- RESENT! IN PLAIN TEXT! #belarus

Elsebeth Paikin
 

The below message >from Norma Brewer came in for moderation:

There was no message sent.
Please re post with a message.
Norma Brewer
Full 'messsage' exactly as below.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard/Rachel Levine" <richrach@alaska.net>
To: "Belarus SIG" <belarus@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Saturday, December 30, 2000 7:46 AM
Subject: Names:Rossoff
---------
Regrettably the message was sent out -- it should have been rejected
because it was encoded text and not in plain text. That means that
it was rejected by AOL, so that AOL-users didn't get it (except for
those getting the Digest, I think!?).

Others received empty messages.
-- Sorry!

But sometimes when moderating and in a hurry, you "hit the wrong
button" (approve instead of reject) and sometimes it goes unnoticed
that the message is encoded ...

********************************************************
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********************************************************


------------------------------------
Moderator of the Belarus, Denmark
and Ekaterinoslav Discussion Groups
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
e-mail: elsebeth@paikin.dk
------------------------------------

Here comes the message again:
-----------------------------
Date: Fri, 29 Dec 2000 22:46:08 -0900
From: Richard/Rachel Levine <richrach@alaska.net>
Subject: Names:Rossoff

.... Then
finally, his certificate (1912) shows his signature clearly as "Bonth
Mose Rossoff". I have not yet been able to find his name on a manifest.
The Petition shows his arrival at Castle Garden on or about September
14, 1904 >from Antwerp on the vessel "Ferland" (which I take as
"Finland"). But the Morton-Allen does not show Finland arriving on that
date. I have tried other dates and have given up, at least for the
moment. Perhaps I have been looking for the wrong name.
---------
Several of my ancestors were not on the ships that were noted on their
Naturalization Papers. I had the best luck in locating people in
manifests by using the Passenger Arrival Index (soundex) for ships to
New York. I believe it includes >from July 1902 to 1943. I believe
many people just didn't remember the name of the ship or the correct
arrival date. You also should look at any possible variations of the
names. Since Rossoff is not as common a name as my Levines and Cohens
the index might be worth checking.
Dick Levine
Fairbanks, Alaska

---------------------


Green Castle web address #belarus

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

greencastle@genealogy.f2s.com

Someone called Alex MARKO replied very =

quickly & courteously. =


The first page of the website gives an address which
does not work. You have to go to the "Consultations"
page & use the form there to actually make contact.
It seems a serious & useful group-I have no knowledge
of their charges.

Miriam MARGOLYES
Santa Monica
email: 75342.3217@compuserve.com

searching: PACEWICZ (Grodno) TURIANKSY (Grodno &
Bialystock) STUPEL (Grodno)


Belarus SIG #Belarus Green Castle web address #belarus

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

greencastle@genealogy.f2s.com

Someone called Alex MARKO replied very =

quickly & courteously. =


The first page of the website gives an address which
does not work. You have to go to the "Consultations"
page & use the form there to actually make contact.
It seems a serious & useful group-I have no knowledge
of their charges.

Miriam MARGOLYES
Santa Monica
email: 75342.3217@compuserve.com

searching: PACEWICZ (Grodno) TURIANKSY (Grodno &
Bialystock) STUPEL (Grodno)


ViewMate Second try #yiddish

David W. Harris <dharris1@...>
 

To those who received this message in Unreadable format, I apologize. I
started New Year's Eve too early. We're going to try this one again - the
message is worth the effort.

The message below is >from the administrator of the ViewMate site. As
moderator of the Yiddish Theater and Vaudeville Research Group, I
encourage our readers to make use of ViewMate and, when possible,
assist others needing our help.
My best wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year for all.
David Harris (moderator YT&V)

Subject - ADMIN Note -ViewMate -Thank you!

As the administrator of the ViewMate site
(http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/)
I want to take this opportunity to THANK all the members of the
JewishGen community who may have come to the ViewMate site to help
their fellow JewishGeners with their research. Although the ViewMate
site has only been up for 2 months - starting November, 2000 - based
on feedback I have received >from the ViewMate posters - they have
almost all received some form of help or assistance with their inquiry.
As someone who has also posted documents to the ViewMate site - I can
speak with first hand experience - about the awesome set of talented
people we have in the JewishGen community and also commend them on their
willingness to take the time to help others.
If you have not been to the site - give it a try.
Thank You Again!


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre ViewMate Second try #yiddish

David W. Harris <dharris1@...>
 

To those who received this message in Unreadable format, I apologize. I
started New Year's Eve too early. We're going to try this one again - the
message is worth the effort.

The message below is >from the administrator of the ViewMate site. As
moderator of the Yiddish Theater and Vaudeville Research Group, I
encourage our readers to make use of ViewMate and, when possible,
assist others needing our help.
My best wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year for all.
David Harris (moderator YT&V)

Subject - ADMIN Note -ViewMate -Thank you!

As the administrator of the ViewMate site
(http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/)
I want to take this opportunity to THANK all the members of the
JewishGen community who may have come to the ViewMate site to help
their fellow JewishGeners with their research. Although the ViewMate
site has only been up for 2 months - starting November, 2000 - based
on feedback I have received >from the ViewMate posters - they have
almost all received some form of help or assistance with their inquiry.
As someone who has also posted documents to the ViewMate site - I can
speak with first hand experience - about the awesome set of talented
people we have in the JewishGen community and also commend them on their
willingness to take the time to help others.
If you have not been to the site - give it a try.
Thank You Again!


ViewMate #yiddish

David W. Harris <dharris1@...>
 

The message below is >from the administrator of the ViewMate site. As
moderator of the Yiddish Theater and Vaudeville Research Group, I
encourage our readers to make use of ViewMate and when possible to assist
others needing our help.
My best wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year for all.
David Harris (moderator YT&V)

Subject - ADMIN Note - ViewMate - Thank you!

As the administrator of the ViewMate site

(http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/)

I want to take this opportunity to THANK all of the members of the
JewishGen community who have come to the ViewMate site to help their
fellow JewishGeners with their research. Although the ViewMate site has
only been up for 2 months - starting in November, 2000 - based on
feedback I have received >from the ViewMate posters - they have almost
all received some form of help or assistance with their inquiry.
As someone who has also posted documents to the ViewMate site - I can
speak with first hand experience - about the awesome set of talented
people we have in the JewishGen community and also commend them on
their willingness to take the time to help others.
If you have not been to the site - get it a try.
Thank You Again!
~~~~~


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre ViewMate #yiddish

David W. Harris <dharris1@...>
 

The message below is >from the administrator of the ViewMate site. As
moderator of the Yiddish Theater and Vaudeville Research Group, I
encourage our readers to make use of ViewMate and when possible to assist
others needing our help.
My best wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year for all.
David Harris (moderator YT&V)

Subject - ADMIN Note - ViewMate - Thank you!

As the administrator of the ViewMate site

(http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/)

I want to take this opportunity to THANK all of the members of the
JewishGen community who have come to the ViewMate site to help their
fellow JewishGeners with their research. Although the ViewMate site has
only been up for 2 months - starting in November, 2000 - based on
feedback I have received >from the ViewMate posters - they have almost
all received some form of help or assistance with their inquiry.
As someone who has also posted documents to the ViewMate site - I can
speak with first hand experience - about the awesome set of talented
people we have in the JewishGen community and also commend them on
their willingness to take the time to help others.
If you have not been to the site - get it a try.
Thank You Again!
~~~~~


Re: Yosef B'reb Tuvya - Yiddish? #belarus

ROBERT WEISS
 

In a message dated 12/29/00 10:12:32 PM, Len Farber writes:

<<This is a Hebrew contraction for Yosef ben Reb Tuvya, meaning Yosef, son of
Reb Tuvya. Reb
is a title of respect but is not the same as either Rebbe or Rabbi.>>

It is often abbreviated as b"R or BAR.

Bob Weiss in Northridge,
RWeissJGS@aol.com

------------------
MODERATOR NOTE:
With this on names we end the thread
-- and also
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY 2001 TO ALL!
-------------------


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Yosef B'reb Tuvya - Yiddish? #belarus

ROBERT WEISS
 

In a message dated 12/29/00 10:12:32 PM, Len Farber writes:

<<This is a Hebrew contraction for Yosef ben Reb Tuvya, meaning Yosef, son of
Reb Tuvya. Reb
is a title of respect but is not the same as either Rebbe or Rabbi.>>

It is often abbreviated as b"R or BAR.

Bob Weiss in Northridge,
RWeissJGS@aol.com

------------------
MODERATOR NOTE:
With this on names we end the thread
-- and also
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY 2001 TO ALL!
-------------------


ViewMate--a success! #yizkorbooks

Harriet Brown <hnbrown@...>
 

As the administrator of the ViewMate site
(http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/), I want to take this opportunity to
THANK all of the members of the JewishGen community who have come to the
ViewMate site to help their fellow JewishGeners with their research.

Although the ViewMate site has only been up for 2 months--starting in
November 2000-- based on feedback I have received >from the ViewMate
posters, they have almost all received some form of help or assistance with
their inquiry.

As someone who has also posted documents to the ViewMate site, I can speak from
firsthand experience about the awesome set of talented people we have in
the JewishGen community and also commend them on their willingness to take
the time to help others.

If you have not been to the site--give it a try.

Thank You Again!

Bernard Kouchel
koosh@worldnet.att.net


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks ViewMate--a success! #yizkorbooks

Harriet Brown <hnbrown@...>
 

As the administrator of the ViewMate site
(http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/), I want to take this opportunity to
THANK all of the members of the JewishGen community who have come to the
ViewMate site to help their fellow JewishGeners with their research.

Although the ViewMate site has only been up for 2 months--starting in
November 2000-- based on feedback I have received >from the ViewMate
posters, they have almost all received some form of help or assistance with
their inquiry.

As someone who has also posted documents to the ViewMate site, I can speak from
firsthand experience about the awesome set of talented people we have in
the JewishGen community and also commend them on their willingness to take
the time to help others.

If you have not been to the site--give it a try.

Thank You Again!

Bernard Kouchel
koosh@worldnet.att.net


ViewMate - Thank you! #lodz #poland

Seflaum@...
 

Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2000 10:44:13 -0800
To: Jewishgen SIG-Lists
From: "Josef A. Herz" <josef@jaherz.com>

Subject: ViewMate - Thank you!

As the administrator of the ViewMate site
(http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/) I want to take this opportunity
to THANK all of the members of the JewishGen community who have come
to the ViewMate site to help their fellow JewishGeners with their
research.

Although the ViewMate site has only been up for 2 months - starting
in November, 2000 - based on feedback I have received >from the
ViewMate posters - they have almost all received some form of help or
assistance with their inquiry.

As someone who has also posted documents to the ViewMate site - I can
speak with first hand experience - about the awesome set of talented
people we have in the JewishGen community and also commend them on
their willingness to take the time to help others.

If you have not been to the site - get it a try.

Thank You Again!
Josef A. Hertz
josef@jaherz.com


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland ViewMate - Thank you! #lodz #poland

Seflaum@...
 

Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2000 10:44:13 -0800
To: Jewishgen SIG-Lists
From: "Josef A. Herz" <josef@jaherz.com>

Subject: ViewMate - Thank you!

As the administrator of the ViewMate site
(http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/) I want to take this opportunity
to THANK all of the members of the JewishGen community who have come
to the ViewMate site to help their fellow JewishGeners with their
research.

Although the ViewMate site has only been up for 2 months - starting
in November, 2000 - based on feedback I have received >from the
ViewMate posters - they have almost all received some form of help or
assistance with their inquiry.

As someone who has also posted documents to the ViewMate site - I can
speak with first hand experience - about the awesome set of talented
people we have in the JewishGen community and also commend them on
their willingness to take the time to help others.

If you have not been to the site - get it a try.

Thank You Again!
Josef A. Hertz
josef@jaherz.com