[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--FRIMORGN GEVIDMET MAREK EDELMAN - ARBETER-RING TEL AVIV - 28 OKTOBER
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Oct. 22, 2009
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Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2009 10:20:27 +0200
From: Brith Haavoda <brtavoda at netvision.net.il>
Subject: FRIMORGN GEVIDMET MAREK
EDELMAN - ARBETER-RING TEL AVIV - 28 OKTOBER
A troyer-akademia tsu baern dem ondenk fun undzer alemens balibtn
khaver,dem heldishn kemfer MAREK EDELMAN vet forkumen Mitvokh dem 28-tn
Oktober 2009 in Artur Ziglboym zal,Arbeter-Ring, Kalisher 48, Tel Aviv,
Es nemen onteyl:
A forshteyer fun der poilisher amabasade in Yisroel
Yael Zoretsky, Rezhiserin fun dem film "Di Letste Kemfer"
Rukhi Putermilkh-Narkis, di tokhter fun di getto-kemfer
Mashe un Jakov -Putermilkh
Yitzchok Luden, Redaktor fun "Lebns-fragn"
In kinstlerishn teyl:
Shura Grinhoyz-Turkow - Retsitatsye
Aliza Goldberg - Solo gesang
baym klavir - Anna Smolow
A program honoring the memory of our dear friend, the heroic fighter of
the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, MAREK EDELMAN, will take place on Wed., Oct.
28th at Brith Haavoda, 48 Kalisher Street, Tel Aviv at 11:30 A.M.:
1. Representative from the Polish Embassy, Tel Aviv
2. Ms. Yael Zaretzky, director of the film "The Last Fighters" about the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
3. Ruchi Putermilch-Narkiss, daughter of the ghetto-fighter Masha
4. Itzchak Luden, Editor of the Yiddish bi-monthly "Lebns-fragn"
Recitations from Shura Grinhoyz-Turkow
Songs sung by Aliza Blecherowitz; at the piano: Anna Smolow
Brith Haavoda - Arbeter-ring Tel Aviv
E-mail: brtavoda at netvision.net.il
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