[Mendele] MENDELE Personal Notices and Announcements--YORTSAYT-SHIR IN ONDENK FUN DR. MORDKHE SCHAECHTER Z"L , Feb. 22

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Fri Feb 20 11:10:41 EST 2009

  MENDELE Yiddish Language and Literature

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Feb. 20, 2009

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*From:* rukhls at gmail.com 


*Received:* Mon Feb 9 14:39:20 2009




Mir farbetn aykh kumen opmerkn mit undz di tsveyte yortsayt fun Dr. Mordkhe

Schaechter z’l,

zuntik, dem 22stn februar 2009, 6:30 in ovnt, in der Young Israel Ohab

Zedek;, 6015 Riverdale Avenue, Bronx, New York, 10471.


In zayn ondenk veln mir hern a shir af yidish fun Dr. Dovid Fishman

af der teme:*"Eylu Ne'emorin Bekhol Loshn: Tsi meg men, un zol men, davenen

af yidish? A halokhisher un historisher analiz".


A laykhte vetshere vet servirt vern.


Kidey ontsukumen ahin, fort mit der unterban #1 biz 231ster gas, un dernokh

mitn oytobus #7 oder #10 biz 261ster gas; oder nemt dem Express oytobus BxM1

oder BxM2 biz 261ster gas.





We invite you to join us in commemorating the second yortsayt of Dr. Mordkhe

Schaechter  Sunday, February 22, 2009, 6:30 pm, at the Young Israel Ohab Zedek, 6015

Riverdale Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10471.


In his memory we will hear a shiur in Yiddish by Dr. David Fishman, on the

topic: Eylu Ne'emorin Bekhol Loshn: Is Prayer in Yiddish Permissible?

Preferable?: A Halakhic-Historical Analysis.


A light supper will be served.


Directions: take the #1 train to 231st Street, and transfer for the #7 or

#10 bus to 261st Street; or take the express bus BxM1 or BxM2 to 261st



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