Index to the Scrapbook of Jewish New Bedford

1982-present

Index #2: By Page (roughly chronological)

Volume I

Please contact Judy Farrar for a copy of an article, at jfarrar@umassd.edu

Page 1

  • “Noted city lawyer, active in Jewish affairs, dies.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,     Mass. February 2, 1982. (Concerning: Fisher Abramson)
  • Schwartz, Mary. “Fisher Abramson lived his life for others.” February 2, 1982.
  • Obituary: Robert A. Jackson. February 2, 1982.
  • “A lifetime of service.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 2, 1982.

(Concerning: Fisher Abramson)

  •  Rodrigues, Elmer. “Mirsky firm marks 70th year dealing in area’s scrap.” Standard-           Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 3, 1982. (About: metal scrap yard)
  • Walsh, Jim. “Israeli visitors find New Bedford teen-agers know little of Mideast.”             The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 6, 1982. (Concerning: Israel)

Page 2

  • “Ahavath Achim to honor city doctor at dedication.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,            Mass. April 7, 1982. (Concerning Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Valeri, Mike. “Search for leaven.” [Photo of Jewish family at Passover Seder]. April 24,    1982. (Concerning: Passover)
  • Kogut, David H. “Law tablets are focus of Jewish feast.”  The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass. April/May 1982. (Concerning: Shavout)
  • “Shavout services.” May 26, 1982. (Concerning: Shavout)

Page 3

  • “Dr. Joseph S. Heyman Wins Jaycee Award.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,            Mass. May 10, 1982. (Concerning: Dr. Joseph S. Heyman)
  • “SMU plans seminar on Jewish life.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 27,             1982. (Concerning: SMU)
  • “The Quest for Jewish Identity.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 29,        1982. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • “Scholars Corner: 3 receive certificates in management.” The Standard-Times, New           Bedford, Mass. May 29, 1982.

Page 4

  • “Ex-city job corps director will speak to SMU grads.” June 2, 1982. (Concerning: SMU)
  • “Religious Briefs: Jewish Federation to meet Tuesday - Rabbi Bernard Glassman   Honored for Service.” June 5, 1982. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • “A Tribute to Leadership: The Accomplishments of Rabbi Bernard Glassman.” Jewish                  Federation of Greater New Bedford. June 8, 1982. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard           Glassman)

Page 5

  • Mitchell, Marian. “A Jewish Chronicle: Reminiscing on tape- A vivid local history.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 13, 1982. (Concerning: SMU, CJC)

Page 6

  • “Jewish life insight offered.” Dartmouth Chronicle, Dartmouth, Mass. June 3, 1982.          (Concerning: SMU)
  • “Exhibit on Jewish life at SMU.” Dartmouth Chronicle, Dartmouth, Mass. June 10, 1982.             (Concerning: SMU)
  • Mitchell, Marian. “A child’s room is his castle: Youngsters take pride in room with own    décor.” Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 3, 1982.
  • “Celebration will mark 90th year of Jewish congregation.” The Standard-Times, New         Bedford, Mass. September 4, 1982. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim Synagogue)

Page 7

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Keeping the faith for over 90 years: Jewish congregation        celebrates.” Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 23, 1982.

            (Concerning Ahavath Achim Synagogue)

  • Kogut, David H. “Folk band helps synagogue celebrate 90 years in city.” Standard-          Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 1, 1982.
  • Mitchell, Marian. “The Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel: strong right arm for 60 years.”           Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 13, 1982.

            (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

Page 8

  • “Ahavath Achim to honor city doctor at dedication.” The Standard-           Times, New Bedford,             Mass. April 24, 1982. [Repeat article] (Concerning Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “City to mark Soviet Jewry Solidarity Day.” March 15, 1983. (Concerning: Soviet             Unoin)
  • “Anti-Defamation League to honor Eisner.” March 16, 1983. (Concerning: The Anti-        Defamation League, Isidore Eisner)

Page 9

  • Kogut, David H. “Passover celebrates liberation: Christians look for roots in Judaism.”      The Standard-            Times, New Bedford,             Mass. March 26, 1983. (Concerning: Passover)
  • Seaman, Hank. “Festival of Freedom.” March 28, 1983. (Concerning: Passover)
  • Sundaram, Viji. “Lesson in anguish: Local teacher learns of fellow Jews’ struggle.”

            April 19, 1983. (Concerning: Passover)

Page 10

  • Ackerman, John H. “Out of the dark into a free land: Countrymen helped Danish Jews     escape Holocaust.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 1, 1983.     (Concerning: Holocaust)

Page 11

  • Mitchell, Marian. “Life on a kibbutz: City couple take part in Israeli commune.” The          Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 19, 1983. (Concerning: Israel)
  • Manly, Howard. “Israeli teens consider stint in army as a debt of honor.” The Standard-    Times, New Bedford,         Mass. May 4, 1983. (Concerning: Israel)

Page 12

  • Ackerman, John H. “Tutor helps SMU students read, write better: Center concentrates on             techniques.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 6, 1983.         (Concerning: SMU)
  • Stewardson, Jack. “Religion News: Rosh Hashanah on Wednesday ushers in High Holy    Days.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford,             Mass. September 3, 1983.       (Concerning: High Holy Days, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Synagogues set Yom Kippur rites.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.     September 17, 1983. (Concerning: High Holy Days, Tifereth Israel Synagogue,    Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “New Bedford man to lead local B’nai B’rith chapter.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 17, 1983. (Concerning: B’nai      B’rith)

Page 13

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “New Bedford synagogue to honor couples.” The Standard-Times,     New Bedford,             Mass. September 24, 1983. (Concerning: Simchat Torah, Tifereth    Israel Synagogue)
  • Gabe, Catherine. “Synagogue Widow’s Support Group helps women air, share       problems.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 27, 1984.        (Concerning Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Joy of Purim festival recalls delivery from tyrant Haman.” The Standard-Times, New      Bedford, Mass. March 17, 1984. (Concerning: Purim)
  • “Holocaust survivor to speak at Bethel.” March/April 1984. (Concerning: Holocaust)
  • Seaman, Hank. “Meaning of Seder.” April 16, 1984. (Concerning: Passover).

Page 14

  • “Exposing, punishing misdeeds strengthens nation of Israel.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. May 31, 1984. (Concerning: Israel)
  • “Fifth Judaic Institute at SMU will examine modern social issues.” June 1984.       (Concerning: SMU)
  • Vosburgh, Mark. “Airport officials apologize for joking about the handicapped.” The        Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 17, 1984. (Concerning: Isidore       Eisner)
  • “Synagogue to honor two couple.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October     13, 1984. (Concerning: Simchat Torah, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “SMU to offer two Jewish programs.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October            13, 1984. (Concerning: SMU)
  • Zarafonitis, Bess. “Airport manager asks ally not to seek vote.” The Standard-Times,         New Bedford, Mass. November 21, 1984. (Concerning: Isidore Eisner)
  • “Holocaust survivor speaks to Fall River students.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 21, 1984. (Concerning: Abraham Landau)

Page 15

  • Hinchcliffe, Diane. “Jewish leaders fear effects of intermarriage; But couples say it can     work.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 7, 1984. (Concerning:
  • Ackerman, John H. “Spyglass: Winslow Building before November 1959 fire vs. 1984      view.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 3, 1984.

Page 16

  • Drucker, Nancy. “Mayor will replace 2 on harbor panel.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. November 21, 1984.
  • Drucker, Nancy. “Jews are asked not to forget plight of Soviet counterparts.” The             Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 8, 1984. (Concerning: Soviet          Union).
  • Obituary: Albert Malick. November 30, 1984.
  • Rodrigues, Elmer. “Apparel firm closing Dec. 31; more industry layoffs likely.” The          Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 21, 1984.

Page 17

  • Ackerman, John H. “Researcher works to preserve Yiddish language: Register makes        note of his achievements.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November         29, 1984. (Concerning: Yiddish)
  • “New SMU course will examine Jewish culture.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,       Mass. November 1984. (Concerning: SMU)
  • Obituary: Pearl Falk. November 26, 1984.
  • Obituary: Morris Glasser, proprietor of glass company. November 26, 1984.
  • Obituary: Bernice S. Goldstein. November 29, 1984.
  • Obituary: Jeannette Horvitz. November 29, 1984.
  • “Jewish Federation cites ex-president’s outstanding service” November 1984.        (Concerning: Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Rubye Finger)

Page 18

  • “Professor to get first Eisner Award.” January 1985. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel   Synagogue, Arthur G. Lipman)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Tapes at SMU trace rich Jewish heritage in area.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 23, 1985. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel       Synagogue, SMU)
  • “Jewish history course at SMU appeals to people of all faiths.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. March 16, 1985. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, SMU)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “B’nai B’rith lodge honors city physician.” The Standard-Times,         New Bedford, Mass. March 23, 1985. (Concerning: Dr. Eli Nochimow, B’nai         B’rith)

Page 19

  • Vosburgh, Mark. “Pawnbrokers aren’t making much money: Better economy, easy credit  are blamed.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 24, 1985.
  • Ackerman, John H. “Spyglass: view west on Cogeshall Street in 1907 vs. 1985 view.”       The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 1985.

Page 20

  • “Stan Lipp, radio talk show host.” Bowsprit Magazine, March 17, 1985. (Concerning:       Stanley Lipp)
  • “SMU center offers trip to view Judaic treasures.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,     Mass. March 26, 1985. (Concerning: SMU)
  • “B’nai B’rith names doctor Man of Year.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.       March 18, 1985. (Concerning: Dr. Eli Nochimow, B’nai B’rith)

Page 21

  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Area joins Bitburg outcry.” May 6, 1985. (Concerning     Holocaust)
  • Katz. “Groups to protest cemetery visit.” May 1985. (Concerning: Holocaust)
  • “Judaic Institute at SMU offers course in Jewish culture.” May 15, 1985. (Concerning       SMU)
  • “BCC building to be named for dentist.” May/June 1985. (Concerning Dr. Joseph Siegel)
  • Boyle, Maureen. “Woman has spiritual link with Soviet exile.” The Standard-Times,          New Bedford, Mass. June 10, 1985. (Concerning: Ruth Ades, Soviet Union)  

Page 22

  • Caldwell, Jean. “Supporters of Yiddish book center celebrate the revival of a culture.”      The Boston Sunday Globe. June 9, 1985. (Concerning: Yiddish)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Five-day Judaic Institute opens.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 21, 1985. (Concerning: SMU)
  • Sheckler, Jackie. “Signs for Freedom; signs are plea for captive Soviet Jews.” June 12,       1985. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue,        Soviet Union)

Page 23

  • “Institute to discuss role of Jewish tradition, values.” June 1985. (Concerning: SMU)
  • “Former area resident headed production of major TV efforts.” June 1985. (Concerning:   Phylis Jane Geller)
  • “Soviet Jew will chronicle her long struggle to emigrate.” June 1985. (Concerning: Olga    Levinson, Soviet Union)
  • Hinchcliffe, Diane. “Reaching the top of the temple: Synagogue’s first female president    is a breakthrough.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 14, 1985.    (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Evelyn Kroudvird)

Page 24

  • “Two honored at Israel bond ceremonies.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.       June 25, 1985. (Concerning: Dr. Paul Chervinsky, Robert McCarter)
  • Rodrigues, Elmer. “Enough to make big boys cry: Clothing store specializing in large         sizes going out of business.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August          30, 1985.
  • Hinchcliffe, Diane. “U.N. conference inspired woman: Delegate from Dartmouth found   pride in Kenya.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 26, 1985.

Page 25

  • Hirsch, Arthur. “The Rusitzkys: peddler, lawyer - Jews, in search of opportunity, found it             in turn-of-the-century New Bedford.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.      July 1, 1985. (Concerning: the Rusitzky family)

Page 26

  • Lindsey, Kathy. “Serves you Rite: A local company has come a long way in 20 years of    food service.” Times-Union Upfront: Food Guide, Rochester, N.Y. September 3, 1985.
  • Reeves, Tracy A. “Jewish Federation plans memorial in city to victims of Nazi       Holocaust.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 1985.           (Concerning: Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Holocaust Memorial)

Page 27

  • “A conversation with Andrew Ruben.” Bowsprit Magazine. September 29, 1985. (Concerning: Andrew Ruben)

Page 28

  • Reeves, Tracy A. “Jewish Federation plans memorial in city to victims of Nazi       Holocaust.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 1985.

            [Repeat article] (Concerning: Holocaust, Jewish Federation of Greater New           Bedford)

  • Levin, Alan. “Monument to victims gives survivor of holocaust a symbolic family grave.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 9, 1985.       (Concerning: Holocaust)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Synagogue honors 3 distinguished members.” The Standard-Times,   New Bedford, Mass. October 5, 1985. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Attorney from Dartmouth joins his father in New Bedford law practice.” October 1985. (Concerning: Novick family)
  • “Edward G. Siegal joins accounting firm Meyer, Regan & Wilner.” October 1985. (Concerning: Edward G. Siegal)

Page 29

  • Ackerman, John H. “Go west, young man…: Gold rush swept up Jewish city native.”       The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 3, 1985. (Concerning:             Bernhard Marks)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “B’nai B’rith admits women: Rules change helps spark new vitality    in local group.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 2, 1985.         (Concerning: Garrie A. Levine, B’nai B’rith)

Page 30

  • Rodrigues, Elmer. “Small chair, big growth: Former Dartmouth man helps found   furniture company.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 13, 1985. 
  • “Sylvia Ann Goos and Steven J. Greene wed May 18th at Temple Beth El.” 1985.
  • “Dr. Mary E. Russell and Dr. Michael H. Picard wed June 2nd.” 1985.
  • Bliss, Gil. “City Jewish leader visits homeland.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,        Mass. December 15, 1985. (Concerning: Israel)

Page 31

  • Vosburgh, Mark. “’Izzy’: What manner of manager is he?” The Standard-Times, New       Bedford, Mass. December 22, 1985. (Concerning: Isidore Eisner)
  • “Rebecca Ellen Rubin and Steven Robert Feinstein wed June 30.” 1985.
  • “Ellen S. Martin and Philip F. Ades wed September 1st at Tifereth Israel Synagogue.”       1985.
  • “Wendy Stella Kraetzer and Steven Victor Dubin wed September 7th.” 1985.

Page 32

  • “Rebecca Sara Gitlin and Martin Howard Eisenberg wed September 29th at Tifereth Israel             Synagogue.” 1985.
  • “Robin Leve and Ithamar Chalif wed October 13th at Tifereth Israel Synagogue.” 1985.
  • “Lisa Fran and Brian I. Marder wed November 10th.” 1985.
  • “Ilene Faith Siegal and Richard David Granstein wed November 24th.” 1985.
  • “Pamela Bellini and Leonard Gollis were wed October 6th at United Brothers         Synagogue.” 1985.

Page 33

  • “Rosalind Poll Brooker chosen as City Solicitor.” January 5, 1986.
  • Stewardson, Jack. “Joy reaches city Jewish community: Local delegates met freed             dissident’s wife.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 13, 1986.         (Concerning: Soviet Union)
  • “Man named to speakers list.” February 24, 1986. (Concerning: Abraham Landau, B’nai   B’rith)
  • Saltzman, William. “Council is back.” February 9, 1986. (Concerning: New Bedford)
  • “Troup to honor Yiddish scholar.” February 6, 1986. (Concerning: Edith Lansky)
  • “The Standard-Times takes its hat off to: Florence G. Cohen and Aaron J. Lansky.”          The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 28, 1986. (Concerning:          Florence G. Cohen, Aaron J. Lansky)

Page 34

  • Vosburgh, Mark. “Panel postpones reappointment of airport chief: If confirmed, 3 new                 commissioners will help decide Eisner’s fate.” February 1986. (Concerning:            Isidore Eisner)
  • Vosburgh, Mark. “Airport manager won’t lose job: Panel asked to probe alleged    harassment.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 11, 1986.    (Concerning: Isidore Eisner)
  • “Commission to hear airport critics.” February 20, 1986. (Concerning: Isidore Eisner)

Page 35

  • Vosburgh, Mark. “Airport chief takes flak: Eisner, critics trade fire at airport board            meeting.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 21, 1986.    (Concerning: Isidore Eisner)

Page 36

  • Charig, Margaret A. “Wheels of Justice greased by judge in Bristol County.” March 18,    1986.
  • “Jewish song, theater slated in Fall River.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.       March 9, 1986. (Concerning: Cantor Hazzan Alberto Mizrahi)
  • “Light of Torah Award presented to Florence G. Cohen.” The Chronicle,   Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. March 5, 1986. (Concerning: Florence G.Cohen)
  • “BCC to host recital of music of Israel.” March 1986. (Concerning: Israel)
  • “Twin sisters to present free concert in SMU hall.” March 1986. (Concerning: SMU)
  • Bliss, Gill. “B’nai B’rith names Person of the Year.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 3, 1986. (Concerning: B’nai B’rith, Isidore Eisner)

Page 37

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish women’s philanthropic group is looking for new life.”  The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 12, 1986. (Concerning Lillian     Feingold)
  • “New Bedford man named SMU trustee.” April 1986. (Concerning: Fredric Alpert,          SMU)
  • “Son of late Rabbi to give lecture.” April 8, 1986. (Concerning: Jonathan R. Ziskind)
  • “A public offering of stock in the Kinderworks Corp.” April 13, 1986. (Concerning:          Andrew J. Kaplan, Sidney H. Kaplan)
  • “Local boy wins net title.” April 1986. (Concerning: Alexander Howard)
  • “Endowments set up Jewish lecture series.” April 1986. (Concerning: SMU)
  • Rodrigues, Elmer. “Friendly Fruit has new look: Store will offer more varied foods.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 1986. (Concerning: Wainer family)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Area Jews to celebrate Passover: Synagogues plan special services.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 19, 1986. (Concerning: Passover,            Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)

Page 38

  • Charig, Margaret A. “Judge irked by delays in pot smuggling trial.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 1986. (Concerning: Judge George Jacobs)
  • Martins, Gus. “Group honors goodness in midst of Holocaust.” The Standard-Times,         New Bedford, Mass. May 4, 1986. (Concerning: Holocaust)
  • “Seminary to honor city rabbi.” April 1986. (Concerning: Rabbi Barry David Hartman)
  • “Righteous Gentiles of the Holocaust: ‘A Tribute to Personal Valor.’” The Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, New Bedford, Mass. May 7, 1986.    (Concerning: Holocaust, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

Page 39

  • Martins, Gus. “Learning a lesson from heroic deeds during the Holocaust: Area     clergymen offer tribute to Jews, gentiles.” April/May 1986. (Concerning:          Holocaust, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Schwartz, Mary. “The Holocaust produced many heroes as well as horrors.” April/May      1986. (Concerning: Holocaust)
  • “Hadassah pays tribute to city woman.” April/May 1986. (Concerning: Hadassah, Anne    B. Eisner)
  • “Gary A. Kane, senior vice president, manufacturing, and general manager of Cliftex        Corporation has resigned for personal reasons.” April/May 1986. (Concerning:          Gary A. Kane)
  • “Joseph I. Segall was the city’s first Jewish serviceman to die in service in World War       II.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 25, 1986. (Concerning:     Joseph I. Segall)

Page 40

  • “Seminary honors New Bedford rabbi.” May 17, 1986. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard          Glassman)
  • “Rabbi Bernard Glassman will receive doctorate.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport,    Mass. May 14, 1986. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • “City native honored by college.” May 1986. (Concerning: Simeon L. Horvitz)
  • Martins, Gus. “Dartmouth teen receives National Merit Scholarship.” The Standard-          Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 26, 1986. (Concerning: Stacy Frauwirth)
  • “Man receives medical degree.” May/June 1986. (Concerning: UMASS Medical School    in Worcester, Steven David Herman)  
  • “David P. Robins receives associate degree.” May/June 1986.
  • “Ex-city woman earns doctorate.” May/June 1986. (Concerning: Bette L. Rothman-          Oneto)

Page 41

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Clergy seek to fight prejudice.” (Concerning: Interfaith, Tifereth       Israel Synagogue)
  • “Ilene Ruth Holland and Carolyn B. (Schwartz) Holland receive Bachelor of Science        degree.” May/June 1986.
  • Zarafonitis, Bess. “City Solicitor Brooker resigns: Judicial nominee cites inadequate          staffing, poor pay.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 17, 1986.
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “SMU center to conduct annual Judaic Institute.”  The Standard-       Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 14, 1986. (Concerning: SMU)
  • “SMU honors retiring professor of accounting.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,         Mass. June 1986. (Concerning: SMU)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “43-year educator cited for dedication.” June 1986. (Concerning:             Jacob Tabachnik)  

Page 42

  • Genensky, Samuel M. “Milton Berle Honored at Night for Sight.” CPS Sight Lines: The   Center for the Partially Sighted, June 1986. (Concerning: Samuel Genensky)
  • Hirsch, Arthur. “Sons find rewards in working for Dad.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass.June 15, 1986. (Concerning: Novick family)
  • “Author is named to panel.” July 7, 1986. (Concerning: Dr. Marilyn Bonner Feingold,       Holocaust)

Page 43

  • “Shulamith and Sheldon Friedland receive The Lion of Judah Award by State of Israel.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. July 9, 1986. (Concerning: Shulamith   Friedland, Sheldon Friedland, Israel)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Dartmouth volunteer makes his medical mark in Thailand.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 9, 1986.
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Youth in Israel learned to share.” The Standard-Times, New       Bedford, Mass. September 1986. (Concerning: Israel)
  • “Hospital honors woman for volunteer service.” September 1986. (Concerning: Marie        Oliver)
  • “The Standard-Times takes its hat off to: Fred Roth.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,           Mass. July 31, 1986. (Concerning: Fred Roth)
  • “Proud grandmother wins some fortune, wins some fortune, fame for heroine.”      September 1986. (Concerning: Aimee Salvatore)
  • “Harry S. Auerback named honorary member of the American Institute of Certified          Public Accountants.” September 21, 1986.
  • “Lost Yiddish music found.” September 1986. (Concerning: National Yiddish Book         Center, Aaron Lansky)

Page 44

  • Burke, Michael D. “Ties to UMASS aid producer in newest TV film.” The Alumnus,         September 1986. (Concerning: Brian D. Benlifer, SMU)
  • “Former resident makes film.” December 1986. (Concerning: Brian D. Benlifer)
  • “Producer is busy.” December 1986. (Concerning: Brian D. Benlifer)
  • “Ex-city man now a surgeon.” December 11, 1986. (Concerning: Dr. Bruce A. Perler)
  • “Flotilla has new commander.” December 1986. (Concerning: Robert M. Eisner) 

Page 45

  • Voorhis, Dan. “SMU expansion seen to aid community.” The Chronicle,     Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. September 3, 1986. (Concerning: SMU)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish holy days of penitence and reflection begin Friday.”  The       Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass., 1986. (Concerning: High Holy Days,             Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “Ziskind Memorial Lecture on April 19.” April 1986. (Concerning: Dr. Jonathan R.           Ziskind, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

Page 46

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Synagogues to mark Yom Kippur: Jewish holy day services planned             Sunday, Monday.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 11, 1986.     (Concerning: High Holy Days, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim   Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jews to begin 9 days of Sukkot.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 1986. (Concerning: Sukkot, Simchat Torah)
  • Secatore, Megan. “Hunt for S-T recipe winner bags a mousse.” The Standard-Times,         New Bedford, Mass. October 1986.
  • “Jewish leader to be honored at special Sukkot service.” (Concerning: Tifereth Israel         Synagogue, Sukkot)
  • “First Rusitzky lecture.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 1986.            (Concerning: Rusitsky, SMU)
  • “SMU honors founder of group that aids library.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,      Mass. October 1986. (Concerning: SMU)
  • “A double winner: 14th annual Standard-Times Cookbook Cooking Contest.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 15, 1986.

Page 47

  • “Spyglass: Class of ’36.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 12, 1986.
  • “Award to Wiesel brings praise from government officials, friends.” The Boston Globe/ Associated Press, October 15, 1986. (Concerning: Elie Wiesel, Holocaust)
  • “Area native passes exam.” October 1986. (Concerning: Gayle R. Robins)
  • “Donald J. Brody promoted to vice president of marketing and sales for the RACO          Division of Harvey Hubbell, Inc.” October 1986.
  • Hall, Bill. “DHS program matches students with jobs.” The Chronicle,        Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. October 22, 1986.

Page 48

  • Zarafonitis, Bess. “Willie the Watchdog, Unleashed: ‘Watchdog’ Willie stands his guard-             Councilor William Saltzman, 80, says only death will quiet his bark.” The Sunday       Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 19, 1986. (Concerning: William          Saltzman)

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Page 50

  • “Synagogue festival to conclude Sukkot.” October 22, 1986. (Concluding: Sukkot,           Simchat Torah, Shmini Atzereth, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim           Synagogue)
  • “Synagogue members to be honored.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 25, 1986. (Concerning: Simchat Torah, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • McAllister, Bill. “Holocaust chronicler Elie Wiesel wins Nobel.” Washington Post,            October/November 1986. (Concerning: Holocaust, Elie Wiesel)

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  • Rodrigues, Elmer. “Chamber salutes 3 luminaries.” The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass. October/November 1986.
  • Rodrigues, Elmer. “Calvin parent gets new chief.” The Standard-Times, New         Bedford, Mass. November 13, 1986.
  • “U.N. conference delegate to speak.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.   November 1, 1986. (Concerning: Phyllis M. Brody)
  • Vosburgh, Mark. “New citizens say it’s still a land of opportunity.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 15, 1986.
  • “Jewish War Vets to celebrate 50th year.” November 1986. (Concernings: Jewish    Veterans)
  • Myler, Kathleen. “Fido can look back fondly on his own baby book.” Houston Texas        Chronicle, November 16, 1986.
  • Boyle, Maureen. “Area Jewish, Protestant clergy urge abortion question defeat.” The         Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 1986. (Concerning: Abortion)
  • “Justice Department attorney to speak.” November 28, 1986.

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  • Schwartz, Mary. “An unforgettable first Christmas in America.” December 21, 1986.

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  • Muntzel, Patty. “Jewish volunteers serve Christmas cheer.” December 7, 1986.
  • Muntzel, Patty. “Together for the holiday: Jewish friends serve with Christmas spirit.”      December 1986.
  • “Susan Ruth Goldstein and James Patterson Cope wed September 20th.” 1986.
  • “Anne Mary Fletcher and Phillip L. Weiner wed June 8th at Tifereth Israel Synagogue by Rabbi Bernard Glassman.” 1986.
  • “Lynda Schall Orlovitz and Harry Jason Jacobvitz.” 1986.
  • “Elizabeth Allison Reed and Randy Jay Solomon wed August 17th.” 1986.
  • “Eileen V. Winterhalter and David H. Waxler wed August 23rd.” 1986.
  • “Kristin M. Berg and Mathew R. Matathia wed October 11th.” 1986.
  • “Susan Leslie Roth and William Matthew Rose wed December 14th.” 1986.

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  • “Wiesel Accepts Nobel Peace Prize.” B’nai B’rith Star, January 1987. (Concerning Elie     Wiesel, B’nai B’rith)
  • Wilson, Cynthia. “Library trustee donates $10,000: Money slated for scholarship, Jewish materials.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 12, 1987.
  • Zeman, Donald. “Jewish War Vererans to honor students.” January 1987. (Concerning:     Jewish Veterans)
  • “Concern Citizens for Francis P. Memorial Hospital are sponsoring A Testimonial Dance   for Dr. Eli Nochimow on February 7, 1987.” 
  • “B’nai B’rith rally to be held.” January/February 1987. (Concerning: B’nai B’rith)

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Mrs. Eisner wins Light of Torah Award.” The Standard-Times,         New Bedford, Mass. February 21, 1987. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Scholar to speak at SMU.” The Chronicle, February 18, 1987. (Concerning: SMU)
  • “Torah Fund Day at Tifereth Israel.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass.                February 18, 1987. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Dr. Daniel Seth Hurwitz elected chief of medicine at Coral Springs Medical Center         Hospital.” February 1987.
  • “Optomitrist honored by college.” 1987. (Concerning: Dr. Matthew J. Garston, O.D.)
  • “Other memorials have been recently created at Dartmouth High School and Middle         School.” 1987. 
  • “You do good work, Boss.” 1987. (Concerning: David S. Barnet)
  • “Behind the scenes.” 1987. (Concerning: Larry Jackson)
  • Wilson, Cynthia. “Dartmouth woman wins award.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,   Mass. 1987. (Concerning: Rubye M. Finger)
  • “Jewish council honors city woman for service.” 1987. (Concerning: Phyllis Mayer-           Brody)

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  • Lovinger, Robert. “Jewish community to honor former Portuguese consul.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1987. (Concerning: Dr. Aristides de Sousa Mendes)
  • Devlin, Lisa. “Portuguese Holocaust hero honored.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1987. (Concerning: Holocaust, Dr. Aristides de Sousa Mendes, Tifereth   Israel Synagogue)
  • Landau, Abraham. “Lesson of the Holocaust must be: Never Again.” 1987. (Concerning: Holocaust)
  • “Synagogue to honor city native.” 1987. (Concerning: Dr. Arthur G. Lipman, Tifereth       Israel Synagogue)

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  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “2 say racism, prejudice continues: Lectures given at SMU and     New Bedford High.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1987.      (Concerning: SMU, Larry A. Katz, George Fredrickson)
  • “Clothing firm’s president/CEO retires.” 1987. (Concerning: Calvin Siegal)
  • Vosburgh, Mark. “Writer vanishes in Israel; New Bedford man fears son’s book is why.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1987. (Concerning: Jack M. Landau)
  • “Heidi B. Picard: achievements.” 1987.
  • “Missing son of city couple seen recently in Israel, friends told.” May 29, 1987.
  • “Judaic Institute speakers.” 1987. (Concerning: SMU, Stephen Birmingham, Harold          Kushner)

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Daughter: Sadat lived for peace.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. 1987. (Concerning: Anwar Sadat)
  • “Her TV work is a winner.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1987.         (Concerning: Holly Hurwitz)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Professor recognized for service: Waxler to receive Boy Scout           award.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1987. (Concerning: SMU, Dr.          Robert P. Waxler)
  • Rodrigues, Elmer. “Emotions often weaken small family firms: Outside experts offer        objective helping hand.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1987.      (Concerning: Genus Resources Inc.)
  • “Ex-city resident has California design studio.” 1987. (Concerning: Marcia Lee (Benlifer)             Dinova)
  • “Andrew J. Miller, M.D., a member of the Worcester Memorial Hospital medical staff,      was honored recently as one of four “Teachers of the Year” by the hospital’s       staff.” 1987.
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Organizer of studies on Holocaust honored.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 6, 1987. (Concerning: Holocaust, Stephen       Fraga)

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  • “Zeiterion play: Local billing.” 1987. (Concerning: Abe Novick, Chamber Reperatory        Theater)
  • “Robert Waxler appointed assistant dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at SMU.”    August 19, 1987. (Concerning: SMU, Robert Waxler)
  • “Steven V. Dubin of Dartmouth will join Main Street Marketing.” 1987.
  • Levin, Alan. “Soviet refusenik and city woman share deep ties.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. October 6, 1987. (Concerning: Soviet Union, Ruth Ades, Ida            Nudel)
  • “New cantor earned several degrees.” 1987. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue,         Scott A. Buckner)
  • “Synagogue to honor three.” 1987. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Simchat         Torah, Isidore and Anne B. Eisner, Dr. Solomon)
  • “Yom Kippur observance.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 3, 1987.   (Concerning: High Holy Days, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Area businessman wins college award.” 1987. (Concerning: Henry B. Wainer)
  • “Irving Kestenbaum has retired from a long and active carreer.” 1987. (Concerning:           SMU) 

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  • “Synagogue honors old friend.” 1987. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert. “Paul Horowitz compiles his life’s lectures, letters.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1987. (Concerning: Paul Horowitz)
  • “Council loses a ‘legend’: Colleagues remember ‘watchdog’ Saltzman.” 1987.        (Concerning: William Saltzman)
  • Kearney, Dorothy Eve. “Colleague will miss Willy Saltzman.” 1987. (Concerning:             William Saltzman)

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  • Zarafonitis, Bess. “Saltzman--and era--laid to rest.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,   Mass. 1987. (Concerning: William Saltzman)
  • “Farewell to Mr. Saltzman, a true American original.” 1987. (Concerning: William             Saltzman)
  • “Matthew B. Picard receives a Bachelors of Arts degree from Harvard University.” 1987.
  • “Jewish woman award scholarships to area students.” 1987. (Concerning: National            Council of Jewish Women)

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Ahavath Achim to mark 95th anniversary with events next      weekend.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 28, 1987.     (Concerning: Aaron J. Lansky, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “Group honors city doctor.” November 1987. (Concerning: Dr. Sheldon M. Caplan)
  • “Octogenarian-Libertarian Gourse Rendered Acclaim.” 1987. (Concerning: S. Norman      Gourse) 
  • Caldwell, Jean. “Preserving Yiddish culture.” The Boston Globe, November 29, 1987.      (Concerning: Yiddish, Aaron Lansky)
  • “Club aids 11 area scholars.” 1987. (Concerning: Jewish Professional Women’s Club         Inc.)
  • “Area woman studies in Israel.” 1987. (Concerning: Stacy J. Rosenfield)
  • “George Schwartz elected treasurer of the New England Oldsmobile Dealers         Association.” 1987. 

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Religious fervor is sweeping Israel, Hebrew scholars says.” The         Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1987. (Concerning: Israel, Zionism)
  • Thomas, Rachel G. “Veteran winner used her noodles: Prize shared with 10-year-old.”      1987. (Concerning: Barbara Rubin, Keri Anselmo, Standard-Times Cookbook   and Recipe Contest)
  • Glover, Sandra L. “City to adopt Soviet family.” 1987. (Concerning: Soviet Union, Ades             family)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “City ‘adopts’ Soviet couple: Bullard telephones would-be           emigres, promises to help.” 1987. (Concerning: Soviet Union)
  • “Nominations are being sought for the fourth annual Isidore Eisner Award by Boy Scout Troop 8 of Tifereth Israel Synagogue.” 1987. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel           Synagogue)   

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Synagogues prepare for Hanukkah.”  The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass. 1987. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim,       Hannukkah)
  • Glover, Sandra L. “Summit protest stirs ‘incredible emotion.’” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. 1987. (Concerning: Soviet Union)
  • Glover, Sandra L. “Soviet émigré seeks support for D.C. rally.” 1987. (Concerning:           Soviet Union)
  • “Alumni reactive MIT club.” December 1987.
  • “Man passes bar exams.” 1987. (Concerning: Alan Bruce Howard)
  • “Jonah Unit Aids New Bedford In Adoption of Refuseniks.” 1987. (Concerning: Soviet   Union)
  • “Jewish family that has been trying to leave the Soviet Union for 14 years.” 1987.             (Concerning: Soviet Union)

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  • “Beth Lynn Barry and Daniel Lloyd Sussman wed January 31.” 1988.
  • “Pamela J. Brown and Stanley M. Crook wed March 21st at B’nai Israel Synagogue.”
  • “Elisabeth L. Haskell and William M. Friedman were wed May 31st at Tifereth Israel         Synagogue.”
  • “Lila Glogowsky and Phillip Levin wed June 22nd.”
  • “Sue Ellen Kestenbaum and David Seth Goldenberg wed July 5th.”
  • “Amy J. Russell and Phillip M. Greene wed July 18th.”
  • “Gayle Robins and Norman Snyder wed August 30th at Tifereth Israel Synagogue.”
  • “Sandra J. Epstein and Bill N. Jacob wed September 6th.”
  • “Cheryle Ann Zeitz and Lewis Jeffrey Cantin wed September 13th at Tifereth Israel          Synagogue.”
  • “Sheri Elias and Sean P. O’Gorman wed August 22nd.”

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  • White, Natalie. “Refusenik’s family tearfully reunited after 11 years.” The Standard-         Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1988. (Concerning: Soviet Union, Tufeld family)
  • “Jewish scholar to lecture.” 1988. (Concerning: Dr. Samuel Schafler)
  • “Rabbi moved by historic Jerusalem.” 1988. (Concerning: Rabbi Barry David Hartman,     Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Israel)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Airport manager to be honored.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. February 1, 1988. (Concerning: Isidore Eisner)
  • “Jewish society head to talk at synagogue.” 1988. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel       Synagogue, The American Jewish Historical Society)

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  • “SMU program targets Jewish, Portuguese link.” 1988. (Concerning: SMU)
  • “A special honor for a special man: Director of city programs for disabled to receive          Eisner Citizenship Award.” February 22, 1988. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel      Synagogue, Andrew M. Katz)
  • “Dartmouth woman wins Light of Torah Award.” 1988. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel         Synagogue, Mary Franklin)
  • “Grandmother sees playwright’s work.” 1988. (Concerning: Mindi Dickstein, Marcella      Brody, Abraham Brody, Frayda Brody Faigel)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Time is running out for finding war criminals, Nazi hunter says.”       The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1988. (Concerning: Holocaust,             Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Let them not enjoy sunsets as witnesses pass on, students are      told.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1988. (Concerning: Holocaust)
  • “Jewish woman to mark Israel’s 40th anniversary.” May 13, 1988. (Concerning: Marilyn     Flanzbaum, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Israel)
  • “Federation to celebrate Israel anniversary.” 1988. (Concerning: Jewish Federation of        Greater New Bedford, Israel, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

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  • “Cynthia and Mel Yoken share an office at SMU.” 1988. (Concerning: Cynthia Yoken,    SMU)
  • “Roger Lukoff named vice president of planning and external affairs of Chestnut Hill       Hospital HealthCare family.” 1988.
  • “Group explores relation of Azorean-Jewish cultures.” 1988. (Concerning: Portuguese       Jews)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Passover, commemorating Jews’ exodus from Egypt, starts    tonight.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1988. (Concerning: Tifereth     Israel Synagogue, Passover)
  • “Judaic Institute opens June 12 at SMU.” 1988. (Concerning: SMU, Julius Lester, David Bagley, Evelyn Beck)

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  • Gross, Tanya. “Area Jews voice support for Israel: Celebrate 40 years of nation’s   statehood.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 2, 1988.             (Concerning: Israel, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Insurance agent rocks with the best but rarely gets rest.” 1988.    (Concerning: Samuel M. Rosenfeld)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “B’nai B’rith selects judge its person of the year.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1988. (Concerning: B’nai B’rith, Rosalind Poll        Brooker)
  • Brody, Phyllis. “Arabs will have to make the first move for West Bank peace.” 1988.        (Concerning: Israel)

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  • Thomas, Buddy. “Courage: It’s found in Dartmouth- Feldman beat tumor to play football            again.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1988. (Concerning: Seth       Feldman, Dartmouth High School)
  • “75 years means lots of tables, beds and chairs.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,        Mass. 1988. (Concerning: Samuel Kaplan)
  • “Andrew Robert Holland graduates cum laude with Bachelor’s Degree in economics         from the University of Pennsylvania.” 1988.
  • “Dr. Cristina R. Ivaldi and Dr. Robert K. Horowitz have jointly opened Family     Chiropractic Center.” 1988.  

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  • Fehrenbacher, Gretchen. “City woman’s first novel published: Seniorscope editor writes   for young adults.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 19, 1988.    (Concerning: Rona S. Zable)
  • “Ex-New Bedford woman visits Australia.” September 19, 1988. (Concerning: Dr.            Norman A. Krasnegor and Rebecca Krasnegor)
  • Viera, Michael. “By day she deals with elderly, at night she writes teen fiction.” The         Providence Journal-Bulletin, Providence, RI. June 31, 1988. (Concerning: Rona            S. Zable)
  • “New Bedford woman has law degree from Suffolk.” August 15, 1988. (Concerning: Iris             Alkalay)
  • “Ronald M. Jacobs graduated with honors in classics from Harvard College.” 1988.           (Concerning: Ronald M. Jacobs)
  • “Chemistry student awarded Brandeis doctoral degree.” 1988. (Concerning: Dr. Steven    Alan Kates)
  • “Synagogue names executive director.” 1988. (Concerning: Jack Berg, Tifereth Israel        Synagogue)

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Group resurrects dying culture of Azores Jews.” The Standard-         Times, New Bedford,         Mass. 1988. (Concerning: Portuguese Jews)
  • Laurans, Penelope. “News, the Scores - and a Poem.” The New York Times, September    3, 1988.
  • “SCORE Volunteers Offer Free Assistance to Small Businesses.” New Bedford, Mass.     September 1988.   

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  • “Yom Kippur observance is Tuesday: Day of Atonement opens 10-day period of   penance, reflection and renewal.” September 17, 1988. (Concerning: Tifereth           Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, High Holy Days)
  • Couto, Lucinda. “Israeli teens share culture at high school: Good will mission.” The           Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1988. (Concerning: Israel)
  • “Area native earns degree in medicine.” October 31, 1988. (Concerning: Dr. Jane T.          Schwartz)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Bethel service honors 5 fishermen lost at sea.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,             Mass. September 19, 1988. (Concerning: Seamen’s Bethel)
  • “Federation Honored on 50th Anniversary.” Jewish Messenger, January 1989.         (Concerning: Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)

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  • Mulcahy, M. W. “Cherish life, Holocaust survivor urges teens.” The Standard-Times,        New Bedford,             Mass. 1988. (Concerning: Ray Eichenbaum, Holocaust, Dartmouth             High School)
  • “Portuguese Jews topic of lecture.” November 3, 1988. (Concerning: SMU, Portuguese     Jews)
  • Duprey-Gutierrez, Irene. “Special pie is a winner for young cook.”  The Standard-Times,   New Bedford,             Mass. October 28, 1988. (Concerning: Sarah Rubin)
  • “The Boston Color Group of Woburn announces the appointment of Lauren A. Cohen as the marketing director of the eyewear division.” 1988.
  • “Diana Renee Falk and David Arron wed May 29th.” 1988.
  • “Barbara Viera and Steven Goldstein wed August 27th.” 1988.
  • “Robin Fran Segal and Bruce Alan Kestenbaum wed August 28th at Temple Shalom.”       1988.
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  • Pacheco, Richard. “Talent receives direction: Young concert artists find friend in   program.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 30, 1988.         (Concerning: Robert Besen)
  • “Co-Chairmen of the Pace-Setters Division of the 1989 Federation Campaign.” Jewish      Messenger, January, 1989.
  • “Co-Chairmen of the New Bedford Jewish Convalescent Home Linen Luncheon.” Jewish            Messenger, January 1989.
  • “Judith Wendy Rubin and Michael Douglas McAnaw wed October 9th.” 1988.
  • “Grapevine: Former city resident honored.” November 6, 1988. (Concerning: Dr. Samuel M. Genensky)
  • “22 at SMU to be honored for performance of jobs.” November 11, 1988. (Concerning:    Susan F. Glassman, SMU)
  • “Kimberly Ann Machado and Jerry Greenberg wed September 24th.” 1988.
  • “Group trying to repair synagogue in Azores.” January 3, 1989. (Concerning: Portuguese   Jews, Azores)
  • “Dvorah Karen Shaw and Yale Michael Lansky wed October 16th at Congregation            Rodphy Sholom.” 1988.
  • “Marsha Sue Jackson and Dr. John Brian Dockstader wed May 29th.” 1988.
  • “Group trying to repair synagogue in Azores.” January 3, 1989. (Concerning: Azores)
  • “3rd area resident now in art ‘Who’s Who.’” (Concerning: Mary Lindenberg)

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  • Fehrenbacher, Gretchen. “Coming to America: At Ellis Island, Dartmouth couple remember their parents.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 8,           1989.
  • “New Bedford man hitches his wagon to Orion Pictures.” The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass. January 15, 1989.
  • “The Way We Were: Students at the Thomas Donaghy School.” Senior Scope, January     1989. (Concerning: Annie Sachs, Lillian Finkel, Harvey Kroudvird, G.   Kroudvird)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Refugee who became pharmacist to get Eisner award.” The   Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1989. (Concerning: Kurt Kleinmann)

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “’A model for court reporters’ dies at 89.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. 19, 1989. (Concerning: Joseph Epstein)
  • “Radio talk show host to get award: To be honored for work in aiding poor.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 6, 1989. (Concerning: Stan Lipp)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “2 Scouts soar to Eagle rank: Honored in Dartmouth.” The Standard- Times, New Bedford,         Mass. February 27, 1989. (Concerning: Kenneth Frauwirth,             Leonardo Hsu)  
  • “2 cantors present concert of Yiddish, Sephardic music.” April 29, 1989. (Concerning:      Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Cantor Bensoussan, Cantor Buckner)
  • “SMU graduate student talks at conference.” 1989. (Concerning: SMU, Shoshana             (Turner) Hartman, Rabbi Barry David Hartman)

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  • Blowen, Michael. “A trio of Easterners who can say yes to rising stars.” The Boston          Sunday Globe, Boston, Mass. February 19, 1989.
  • “Teenager’s legacy lives on at Jimmy Fund.” Jimmy Fund, May 1989. (Concerning: Seth   Feldman)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Compassion of French villagers helped save Jews, author says.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 16, 1989. (Concerning: Holocaust)
  • “Holocaust remembered in annual event.” May 14, 1989. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel        Synagogue, Holocaust)
  • “Dartmouth woman honored for writings.” May 1989. (Concerning: Eleanor Roth)
  • “Lawyer to speak on media bias against Israel.” May 24, 1989. (Concerning: Ahavath       Achim Synagogue, Iris Alkalay)

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Center looks at Jewish ethics.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 10, 1989. (Concerning: CJC)
  • “Jewish War Veterans plan installation.” June 1989. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim             Synagogue, Jewish War Veterans)
  • Couto, Lucinda. “City librarian heads west to pursue writings career: going to San             Diego.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 1989. (Concerning: Risa           Goldberg)
  • Fraga, Stephen. “Holocaust teaches about ethical choices.” May 21, 1989. (Concerning:    Holocaust)
  • “Bar honors retired New Bedford judge.” July 31, 1989. (Concerning: Jack London)
  • “Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Boston announces that Lauren A. Cohen has     been appointed assistant to the director, home care services.” 1989.
  •   “City author is published.” 1989. (Concerning: Rona S. Zable)
  • “Jana L. Eisenberg has been named vice president of operations for Domain, Inc.” 1989.
  • “Jessica Schwartz of Boston.” July 18, 1989.
  • “Russian order gives company a big boost.” August 4, 1989. (Concerning: Irwin Gaffin)
  • Claffey, Charles E. “Lansky plans programs.” July 19, 1989. (Concerning: Aaron   Lansky, Yiddish)

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  • Couto, Lucinda. “A ‘parent’ visits her ‘daughter’ in Ecuador.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. July 4, 1989. (Concerning: Margie Walder)
  • “Heidi B. Picard and Bruce M. Alpert wed October 29th at Tifereth Israel Synagogue.”     January 1, 1989.
  • “Cathy G. Gersin and Marc R. Goldstein wed May 29th.”
  • “Kathy-Anne Saltzman and Alan Hoffman wed June 25th at Tifereth Israel Synagogue.”
  • “Charlene Ann Little and Michael B. Hochman wed June 25th.”
  • “Faith Ann Dubin and Anthony Maurice LeMay wed July 1st.”
  • Ackerman, John H. “Expert on Yiddish literature wins grant.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. July 21, 1989. (Concerning: Aaron Lansky, Yiddish)

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  • Abby, Erin. “Anti-Semitic graffiti defaces wall.” The Standard-Times, New           Bedford, Mass. August 5, 1989. (Concerning: Jewish Federation of Greater New         Bedford, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, anti-Semitism)
  • Freedenthal, Stacey. “Anti-Semitic graffiti, threats upset New Bedford temple.” August   1989. (Concerning: Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, anti-Semitism)
  • Abby, Erin. “Mystery box ruins service at synagogue: Anti-Semitic slurs, threats lead to    heightened security.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 6, 1989.         (Concerning: Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel        Synagogue, anti-Semitism)
  • “Jewish Federation elects new officers.” July 9, 1989. (Concerning: Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • Pacheco, Richard. “It’s summer in Padanaram, and the tuneful sounds of the Dartmouth   Community Band drift on the sea breezes at Apponagansett Park. But this       ensemble of volunteer musicians performs at other times of the year, too, at            nursing homes, clubs and festivals.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.           August 17, 1989.

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  • Lovinger, Robert. “Dartmouth clinic is first of its kind in area.” The Standard-Times,         New Bedford, Mass. September 5, 1989. (Concerning: Daniel Schwartz)
  • Corrigan, Ernest J. “Judge picked for promotion.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,     Mass. September 21, 1989. (Concerning: Judge George Jacobs)
  • McArdle, Elaine. “Local man named judge: Practiced law 35 years.” The Standard-           Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 16, 1989. (Concerning: Malcolm Jones)
  • “Betsy B. Winslow School, Around 1930-1931.” Senior Scope, April 1989. (Concerning: Sidney Kaplan, Leonard Miller, Anna Ostroff, Barbara Mirsky, Hope Lumiansky,   Robert Lesco, Gladys Wollison)
  • “Eight more set to enter NBH Gridiron Club shrine.” 1989. (Concerning: Harvey   Mickelson)

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  • “Jews preparing to observe two holy days: Rosh Hashana begins Friday eve.” September 5, 1989. (Concerning: High Holy Days, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “The Way We Were: 8th Grade Graduates of Betsy B. Winslow School, 1927.” Senior       Scope, April 1989. (Concerning: Doris Cohen, Mervin Leen, Irving Abramson,             Jack London)
  • “The William H. Taylor School, Room 2B, October, 1927.” Senior Scope, October 1989. (Concerning: Harold Cohen)

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  • Grossman, Ron. “Preservation of Yiddish books becomes man’s 10-year quest.” Chicago Tribune: Sun-Sentinel, September 8, 1989. (Concerning: Aaron Lansky, Yiddish)
  • “Guard auxiliary elects Somerset man.” October 16, 1989. (Concerning: Robert M.            Eisner)
  • “Jeffrey L. Raymon, of Rosenfield, Holland & Raymon, P.C., has been named chairman   of the professional division of this year’s fundraising campaign for the United Way of Greater New Bedford.” October 15, 1989. (Concerning: Jeffrey L.             Raymon)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Teen practices pluralism in Israel.” The Standard-Times, New            Bedford, Mass. October 2, 1989. (Concerning: Israel, Idith Klein, Tifereth Israel     Synagogue, Edgar M. Bronfman Youth Fellowship Program)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Synagogue to honor three members.”  The Standard-Times, New       Bedford, Mass. October 20, 1989. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Simhchat Torah, Alvin H. Shwartz, Lynda and Arthur N. Mindlin)  

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  • Boyle, Maureen. “MADD plants tree in memory of victim.” The Standard-Times, New     Bedford, Mass. October 12, 1989. (Concerning: MADD)
  • “Judaic scholar to give talks.” October 28, 1989. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim      Synagogue, Dr. Eliyahu Hartman)
  • “City native in Florida show.” November 1989. (Concerning: Abe Novick)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Zeiterion director to take post at Philadelphia music theater.” The      Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 11, 1989. (Concerning: Robert       A. Freedman, Zeiterion Theater)
  • “Guardsman is awarded Army medal.” (Concerning: Michael J. Zeman)
  • “George Handler, a New Bedford native, led The Guardian Life Insurance Company of   America in sales last year, but he is not resting on his success.” November 19,            1989. (Concerning: George Handler)
  • “M.I.T. Club of Southeastern Massachusetts Special Meeting: ‘Plumbers of the Past -        Shaping the Historic House’ and ‘A Brief Summary of Alumni/ae Association &           Institute Activities.’” November 29, 1989. (Concerning: M.I.T. Club of           Southeastern Massachusetts, Maxmillian L. Ferro, Harris Weinstein)

Page 86

  • Ackerman, John H. “Unlocking the artist: Professor helps students unleash creativity.”      The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 4, 1989. (Concerning: Dr.    Peter London)
  • “Lori Beth Rubin, daughter of Frederick A. and Suzanne F. Rubin of 208 Hawthorn St., New Bedford, received a bachelor of arts degree in history at this year’s     commencement of Connecticut College in New London, Conn.” 1989.            (Concerning: Lori Beth Rubin)
  • Radigan, Anne L. “’Marvin Gardens’ touches home.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. December 17, 1989. (Concerning: Rona Zable)
  • Boyle, Maureen. “Troopers seize car believed connected to I-195 robbery.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 16, 1989. (Concerning: Sydney   L. Horvitz)

Page 87

  • Mata, Carolina M. “Ex-carpenter carves career out of thinking like a child.” The Boston    Sunday Globe, July 15, 1990. (Concerning: Kinderworks, Andrew Kaplan, Corey Woodward)
  • Valeri, Mike. [photo]. December 20, 1989. (Concerning: Carolyn B. Shuster, Hanukkah)
  • “Sara Gene Ades and Ari Ephraim Goodwin wed December 9th [1989] at Tifereth Israel   Synagogue.” March 1990.
  • “Andrea K. Ades and Steven T. Woolner wed May 28th at Tifereth Israel Synagogue.”      1990.
  • “Patricia Ann Bindon and Dr. Bruce Alan Perler were married October 13th.” 1989.
  • “Gayle Sharon Danis and Ilan Rinot wed December 20th in Tel Aviv.”  1989.

Page 88

  • “90-year-old lawyer ‘keeps on going.’” February 3, 1990. (Concerning: Kolman Shapira, Elizabeth Fried)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Azorean synagogue to be saved.” February 12, 1990. (Concerning:    Azores, Dr. Robert P. Waxler)
  • “Restaurant trend: casual, less costly.” Arizona Daily Star, February 16, 1990.        (Concerning: Harris Rusitzsky)
  • “Suetelle and Bed Liss celebrated their 50th anniversary in October [1989].” February 25, 1990. (Concerning: Suetelle (Phillips) Liss, Ben Liss)
  • Pacheco, Richard. “Faces of the Holocaust: Fairhaven artist mines his subconscious for     images of death camps.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 19,          1990. (Concerning: Holocaust, Dr. Peter London, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Synagogue to honor Greek pastor.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. March 3, 1990. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Tifereth      Israel Synagogue, Rev. Constantine Bebis)
  • “Bigotry returns to haunt Soviet Jews.” The Associated Press. 1990. (Concerning: Soviet Union)
  • White, Natalie. “They came by choice, for choice.” The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass. March 4, 1990. (Concerning: Soviet Union, Moldovia)
  • “Dartmouth High senior Derek E. Sachs is one of 1,500 semi-finalists in the 1990 Presidential Scholars Program.” March 11, 1990. (Concerning: Derek E. Sachs)
  • “Collegiate violinist plays at Carnegie Hall.” March 1990. (Concerning: Kenneth A.           Frauwirth)

Page 89

  • “Area Holocaust Commemoration set for Monday.” April 20, 1990. (Concerning: Holocaust, Yom HaShoah, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim synagogue,        Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • Gonsalves, Christopher E. “Jews commemorate deaths of millions.” (Concerning: Holocaust, Yom HaShoah, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Jewish Federation of       Greater New Bedford, Abraham Landau, Margo Klein)
  • “Council of Jewish Women to sponsor forum on choice.” April 16, 1990. (Concerning:      Abortion, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, The National             Council of Jewish Women)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Council of Jewish Women meeting set.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. May 7, 1990. (Concerning: The National Council of Jewish Women, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Epstein, Stan. “Mother’s Day Made in Heaven.” The Journal, May 10, 1990.
  • “Nominees for award sought.” May 7, 1990. (Concerning: New Bedford High School,      Philip A. Bronspiegel, Jonah Unit of B’nai B’rith, Stephen Glassman, Constantine    T. Nanopoulos)

Page 90

  • Ackerman, John H. “Coping with Cancer: Dartmouth group helps victims, survivors deal with brain tumors.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 1, 1990.      (Concerning: The Brain Tumor Society, G. Bonnie Feldman)
  • Locke, Michelle. “City native gives Yiddish culture rebirth.” Associated Press, August      13, 1990. (Concerning: Yiddish, Aaron Lansky)
  • “City author wins award.” May 28, 1990. (Concerning: Rona S. Zable)
  • “Dartmouth man cited at UMASS.” June 11, 1990. (Concerning: Jeffrey David     Glassman, UMASS Amherst)
  • “City woman’s granddaughter in med school.” August 13, 1990. (Concerning: Sharon       Rose Newman)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “A rabbi and scholar, Glassman to be honored.” The Standard-           Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 10, 1990. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard             Glassman, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

Page 91

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Well-traveled rabbi speaks at local synagogue.” May 12, 1990.          (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Soviet Union, Rabbi Leonid Feldman,    Moldovia, Rabi Bernard Glassman)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish program set at SMU: Five-day event to include lectures,         films.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 9, 1990. (Concerning:   SMU/UMASS Dartmouth, Rabbi Moshe Waldoks, Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin,    Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald, Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Dr. Robert P. Waxler)
  • “SMU professor in ‘Who’s Who.’” 1990. (Concerning: SMU/UMASS Dartmouth, Dr.      Robert P. Waxler)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Career comes full circle for retiring teacher.” June 20, 1990.        (Concerning: Elaine L. Burke)
  • “University honors Judge Brooker.” July 2, 1990. (Concerning: Judge Rosalind Poll          Brooker, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Founder of Yiddish Book Center Wins Fellowship.” B’nai B’rith, September 1990.         (Concerning: Aaron Lansky, Yiddish, National Yiddish Book Center)

Page 92

  • Caldwell, Jean. “Saving Yiddish culture in its books.” The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass.   November 25,             1989. (Concerning: Aaron Lansky, Yiddish, National Yiddish         Book Center)
  • Genensky, Samuel M. “Point of View.” 1990. (Concerning: The Center for the Partially    Sighted)

Page 93

  • Mehegan, David. “In Mattapoisett, it’s hats off to Bart & Co.” The Boston Globe,            Boston, Mass. July 31, 1990. (Concerning: Kenneth Shwartz)
  • “‘Cowabunga!’ His business is predicting fads: Mattapoisett baseball cap maker puts the   hottest names on his hats.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1990. (Concerning: Kenneth Shwartz)
  • “Rachel S. Besen, daughter of Myra and Norman Besen, 288 Maple St., New Bedford,    received a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from the University of         Massachusetts at Amherst.” 1990. (Concerning: Rachel S. Besen)
  • “Marjorie Lynn Holland, daughter of Melvin A. and Carolyn (Schwartz) Holland og 5      Beveric Lane, North Dartmouth, has earned a bachelor’s degree from the School   of Literature, Science and the Arts at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.”          P. Bio, August 19, 1990. (Concerning: Marjorie Lynn Holland)
  • “Scholars corner.” August 28, 1990. (Concerning: Michael Aaron Morse, Lisa Ann            Morse, Jonathan k. London)
  • “S&L Bailout Chief’s Team Is Complete.” Washington Post, August 24, 1990.      (Concerning: Harris Weinstein)     

Page 94

  • Harney, Patrick J. “Painting gives Claire Hurwitz satisfaction.” The Chronicle,       September 5, 1990. (Concerning: Claire Hurwitz)
  • Ryan, Michael. “Park Motors, Schwartz celebrate 50th anniversary.” The Standard-            Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 2, 1990. (Concerning: George Schwartz)
  • “Westward, ho? Native son looks beyond public TV.” September 2, 1990. (Concerning:    Brian Benlifer)
  • “Elliot Rosenfield, CPA, of Rosenfield, Holland & Raymon, P.C., has been elected a        director of the Citizens Federal Credit Union of New Bedford.” September 9,       1990. (Concerning: Elliot Rosenfield, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • “Jewish War Veterans honor friends.” September 17, 1990. (Concerning: Jewish War        Veterans)
  • “French professor to autograph books.” September 11, 1990. (Concerning: Mel B.             Yoken, SMU)
  • “Former Dartmouth woman earns award.” September 24, 1990. (Concerning: Priscilla       King gray, Dr. Paul E. Gray, Harris Weinstein, Joseph Weinstein, Eric G.    Newberg, Martin S. Lindenberg, Mary K. Lindenberg)

Page 95

  • Pacheco, Richard. “From horses to HBO: Snappy graphics earn her accolades.” The           Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 16, 1990 (Concerning: Holly          Hurwitz)
  • “Group to report on migration of Soviet Jews.” 1990. (Concerning: Israel, Soviet Union,   Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Area Jews asked to help resettle Soviets in Israel: Migration called    ‘historic turn in destiny.’”  1990. (Concerning: Israel, Soviet Union, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Scholars Corner: Jewish women’s club awards scholarships.” 1990. (Concerning: New     Bedford Jewish Professional Women’s Club Inc., Karin Blumberg, Lori Beth           Graubart, Michael Jeffrey Graubart, Adam Wayne Martin, Jonathan Nelson, Lori             Sue Seltzer, Idith Klein)
  • Dias, Earl J. “A look at the arts: Classical music loses a local devotee.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 14, 1990. (Concerning: Leo P. Schwartz)
  • “Local Jewish community to aid Operation Exodus.” October 8, 1990. (Concerning:          Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Israel, Soviet Union)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish festival of thanksgiving starts Wednesday.” The Standard-    Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 2, 1990. (Concerning: Sukkot, Simchat      Torah, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)

Page 96

  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Brandeis to honor jeweler posthumously: His colleagues plan      scholarship in his memory.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October,        8, 1990. (Concerning: Brandeis University, Joel M. Karten)
  • “Scholars Corner.” October 15, 1990. (Concerning: Dr. Matthew Bruce Picard)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish community to celebrate ‘Rejoicing with the Torah.’” The        Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 10, 1990. (Concerning: Sinchat          Torah, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Shaw, Daniel A. “Retiring Magistrate Eyes Green Pasture.” The Los Angeles Times,         November 19, 1990. (Concerning: Ralph J. Geffen)
  • Fehrenbacher, Gretchen. “Company believes arbitration, mediation can cut legal costs.”     The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 28, 1990. (Concerning:           Richard K. Gottesman)
  • “Grapevine: Special Olympics honors Dartmouth man.” November 12, 1990.          (Concerning: Joseph A. Siegel)
  •  “Grapevine: City man awarded chiropractic degree.” November 12, 1990. (Concerning:   Dr. Mark Jeffrey Joachim)
  • “Harvard professor to talk at synagogue Dec. 13.” December 4, 1990. (Concerning:           Mideast, Ephraim Poker, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “The law firm of Edwards & Angell has elected six associates to partnership in the firm.” November 25, 1990. (Concerning: Murray J. Lukoff)

Page 97

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Synagogues plan special celebrations for Hanukkah.” The Standard- Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 8, 1990. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel       Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Hanukkah, Rabbi Bernard Glassman,             Rabbi Barry David Hartman)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Hanukkah play lights up Carney classrooms.” The Standard-       Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 12, 1990. (Concerning: Carney Academy,          Hanukkah)
  • “Arlene Greenberg and Kenneth C. Jackson III wed February 18th.” March 11, 1990.
  • “Suzanne Louise Rapp and Matthew Bruce Picard wed April 21st.” April 29, 1990.
  • “Dor Reatha Darlene Michels and Eliot Scott Lassow wed March 31st.” May 20, 1990.
  • “Dr. Nancy Tischenkel and Dr. Stephen R. Scheinman wed June 17th.” September 15,       1990. 
  • “Susan Jane Nebelkopf and Dr. Darin Hale Kamins wed June 17th at Temple Emanu-El     by Rabbi Richard Shapiro.” August 11, 1990.
  • “Janice M. Davenport and David E. Russell wed September 9th at the Seaman’s Bethel by            the Rev. Nehemiah Boynton III and Rabbi Albert Ginsburgh.” 1990.
  • “Robin Leslie Cohen and Bruce David Revzin wed September 15th at Temple Beth Torah             by Rabbi Jacob Friedman.” 1990.

Page 98

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Boy Scout corrals Eagle rank: Building museum fence helped him     qualify.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 3, 1990.    (Concerning: Eric Frauwirth)
  • O’Connor, Patricia. “Volunteers keep the spirit alive: Serve up dinner, cheer to needy.”     The Standard-            Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 26, 1990. (Concerning:        Isidore Eisner, Christmas)
  • “Elizabeth Anne Abrams and Charles Hart Ehrenberg were married October 28th at           Tifereth Israel Synagogue by Rabbi Bernard Glassman.” 1990.
  • “Joan Bronspiegel and Stuart Dickman were married November 4th at Congregation          Agudath Israel by Rabbi Alan Silverstein.” 1990.

Page 99

  • “Betsy B. Winslow School, 7th Grade, 1940.” Senior Scope, January 1990. (Concerning:   Cynthia Gerstenzang, Ira Goldstein, Edith Rubin, Gordon Wolf)
  • “The Clark Street School, Third Grade, 1927.” Senior Scope, May 1990. (Concerning:       Philip Lassow, Lena (Modiano) Benlifer)
  • “Abraham Lincoln School, About 1939.” Senior Scope, April 1990. (Concerning: Martin   Bromberg)
  • Gonsalves, Christopher E. “Israeli consul addresses local Jews: Says sentiment now           shifting to vengeance - War Against Iraq.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,           Mass. January 24, 1991. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Iraq, Israel)
  • “Alumni/ae Awards.” MIT Association, January 1991. (Concerning: MIT, Jean Pierre        Gouyet, Harris Weinstein)

Page 100

  • “Vils, Ursula. “Center Offers the Partially Sighted Lessons in Coping.” Los Angeles         Times, November 11, 1986. (Concerning: Center for the Partially Sighted, Dr.             Samuel Genensky)

Page 101

  • “Jewish service offers family life workshops.” January 26, 1991. (Concerning: Jewish        Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • “St. Luke’s announces officials: Outgoing chairmen cite achievements.” The Standard-     Times, New Bedford,         Mass. January 28, 1991. (Concerning: Frederic Alpert,         John G. Hodgson, Dr. William Caplan, Barbara Grunkemeyer, George Jacobs)
  • “Firm names experts for private arbitration.” January 27, 1991. (Concerning: William R.    Balderson, Charles R. Desmarais, John F. Folan, Daniel George, Richard T.       Moses, David H. Waxler, Lynn Whitney, Donald Zeman, Michael Zeman, James           H. Fagan, Orlando F. deAbreau, Peter C. Collias, Jeffrey S. Entin, John H.        Harrington, Richard N. LaSalle)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Ex-resident now heads vision center.” The Standard-Times, New      Bedford, Mass. February 4, 1991. (Concerning: Dr. Samuel Genensky, Center for    the Partially Sighted)
  • “‘Down Under’ for Conference.” 1991. (Concerning: Dr. Samuel Genensky)

Page 102

  • “Painting from the cockpit of a boat causes many “happy painting accidents” for this         New England artist!: Mary Lindenberg.” North Light Magazine, February 1991.   (Concerning: Mary Lindenberg)  
  • “Alumni profile: Harris Weinstein - Keeping the Heat on the S&Ls.” MIT,             February/March 1991. (Concerning: Harris Weinstein)
  • “Optometrist honored by college.” 1991. (Concerning: Dr. Matthew J. Garston, O.D.)
  • “City woman conducts writing workshop.” August 12, 1991. (Concerning: Rona S.           Zable)  

Page 103

  • “Letter home to Dartmouth relives terror in Tel Aviv.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 2, 1991. (Concerning: Israel, Gayle (Danis) Rinot, Iraq)
  • Rinot, Gayle (Danis). “Living in fear of missiles becomes normal in Israel.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 2, 1991. (Concerning: Israel,         Gayle (Danis) Rinot, Iraq)
  • Rinot, Gayle (Dabis). “In Israel, money’s no object when your life is at stake.” February    20, 1991. (Concerning: Israel, Gayle (Danis) Rinot, Iraq)

Page 104

  • Rinot, Gayle (Danis). “Israelis flock to streets but fear of war remains.” The           Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 8, 1991. (Concerning: Israel,             Gayle (Danis) Rinot, Iraq)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Passover observance starts Friday.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. March 28, 1991. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Tifereth    Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue,           Passover)
  • O’Brien, Dan. “Revue dramatizes Israeli attitudes in throes of Iraq war.” The         Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 10, 1991. (Concerning: Tifereth        Israel Synagogue, Israel, Iraq, Soviet Union, Jewish Federation of Greater New     Bedford)
  • “Synagogue will honor retired Episcopal cleric.” March 16, 1991. (Concerning: Rev.          Philip C. Douglas, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • “City native honored by hospital.” March 18, 1991. (Concerning: Dr. Bruce Alan Perler)
  • “The rubber division of the Acushnet Co. has announced the promotion of James Walder to vice president of technical development.” 1991. (Concerning: James Walder)
  • “[G]uest speaker at a recent seminar on International Marketing at Bridgewater State        College.” April 14, 1991. (Concerning: Bernard Roth) 

Page 105

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Three students receive Jewish brotherhood awards.” The        Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 16, 1991. (Concerning: Jewish War   Veterans, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Ann-Marie Miller, Robin Lee Smith, Ivan D. Bernier)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Program to commemorate ‘Holocaust to hope.’” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 10, 1991. (Concerning: Holocaust, Jewish      Federation of Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Bernard     Glassman, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue,     Congregation Agudas Achim)
  • “At the end of March, The Standard-Times tips its hat to…Judge Robert J. Kane, Professor Robert Waxler and Wayne St. Pierre.” March 31, 1991. (Concerning:          Dr. Robert Waxler, Judge Robert J. Kane, Wayne St. Pierre)
  • “Betsy B. Winslow School 8th Grade, 1925.” Senior Scope, April 1991. (Concerning:        Ruth Lumiansky)
  • “Bazaar, Yiddish jazz concert to help celebrate Israel’s independence.” April 30, 1991.     (Concerning: Yiddish, Shirim Klezmer Orchestra, Tifereth Israel Synagogue,       Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • “Dartmouth 271, Somerset 384.” April 24, 1991. (Concerning: Russ Glassman)
  • Lovinger, Robert.  “Casa da Saudade plans celebration of survival.” The Standard-Times,             New Bedford, Mass. April 25, 1991. (Concerning: Casa da Saudade, Roberta     Barnet)
  • “Frederick A. Rubin, CID, trustee, Lakeville Realty Associates, has been named a fellow member of the American Economic Development Council.” May 26, 1991.             (Concerning: Frederick A. Rubin)  

Page 106

  • “Lovinger, Robert. “Teens chilled by survivor’s Holocaust tale.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. April 12, 1991. (Concerning: Heinz Sandelowski, Holocaust,             Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • “AT the end of April, The Standard-Times tips its hat to…Roberta S. Barnet.” The            Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 30, 1991. (Concerning: Roberta S.         Barnet)
  • Ackerman, John H. “Library trustee has lived life by the book.”  The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. May 12, 1991. (Concerning: Roberta Barnet)
  • “Jewish women’s group honors two.” May 27, 1991. (Concerning: Anita Asser, Lynda      Mindlin)
  • “MIT graduates attend inaguration.” May 27, 1991. (Concerning: MIT Club of      Southeastern Massachusetts, Charles M. Vest)

Page 107

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Yiddish expert to speak at Judaic Institute opening.” The       Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 27, 1990. (Concerning: Yiddish           National Book Center, Yiddish, Aaron J. Lansky, SMU)
  • “Jewish veterans announce officers.” May 27, 1991. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim             Synagogue, Jewish War Veterans)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Inter-Church Council honors seven.” The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass.  May 25, 1991. (Concerning: Inter-Church Council of Greater          New Bedford Inc., Unitarian Memorial Church)
  • Gonsalves, Chris. “A motto: ‘Whatever I can do, for as long as I can do it.’” The   Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 27, 1991. (Concerning: Hebrew      Ladies Helping Hands Society) 
  • Moya, Mimi. “Refusenik speaks against ‘intellectual genocide.’” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. 1991. (Concerning: Soviet Union, Israel, Vladimir Belitsky)
  • “Telephone company cites city women.” June 3, 1991. (Concerning: Marjorie E. Zable,      Rona S. Zable)
  • “Shabbat fete to honor early Ahavath Achim rabbi.” June 1, 1991. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Rabbi Hyman Papkin)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Social studies chairman wins Bronspiegel award.” June 14,         1991. (Concerning: Frederick B. Cole, B’nai B’rith)
  • “Ellen Hill of Dartmouth is the recipient of this year’s “Light of Torah” award given by    the New England Branch of the Women’s League of Conservative Judaism.” The       Chronicle, May 1, 1991. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Ellen Hull,             “Light of Torah Award, Rev. Virginia Bush Derr)

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  • Contrada, Fred. “’Peddlers’ provide Yiddish history.” The Springfield Union-News,         August 3, 1990. (Concerning: Aaron Lansky, National Yiddish Book Center,           Soviet Union)
  • Ackerman, John H. “Pair see creation from different perspectives.” The Standard-Times,   New Bedford, Mass.June 2, 1991. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman,  Dr.Peter London)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Judaic Institute planned at SMU: Renowned Yiddish scholar to        address program.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.June 1, 1991.       (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Aaron Lansky,       Dr. Robert P. Waxler, Aaron Lansky, National Yiddish Book Center,             SMU/UMASS Dartmouth)
  • “City post celebrates 55th anniversary.” September 11, 1991. (Concerning: Jewish War       Veterans)
  • “Lisa Harriet Nefussy, daughter of attorney Eli M. and Lois Ann (Horvitz) Nefussy of 19             Whiteweed Drive, North Dartmouth, received a graduate assistantship in the     Student Affairs Office at Northeastern University.” August 25, 1991.            (Concerning: Lisa Harriet Nefussy)
  • “Debra Ann Nefussy, daughter of attorney Eli M. and Lois Ann (Horvitz) Nefussy of 19 Whiteweed Drive, North Dartmouth, was awarded a bachelor’s degree in health          education during commencement exercises at the University of Massachusetts at          Amherst.” July 9, 1991. (Concerning: Debra Ann Nefussy, UMASS Amherst)
  • “Lori Suzanne Newman, daughter of Dr. Stephen A. and Mary Ellen (Lassow) Newman   of Union, N.J., received a bachelor of arts degree at the 244th commencement of     Princeton University in Princeton, N.J.” 1991. (Concerning: Lori Suzanne       Newman)

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  • “Stan Lipp: Open Line’s ‘Host with the Most.’” Senior Scope, June 1991. (Concerning:    Stan Lipp)
  • “Rabbi returns from mission.” August 10, 1991. (Concerning: Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)    
  • “Elizabeth Barnet, daughter of attorney David S. and Susan C. (Slater) Barnet of New     Bedford, received her master’s degree in counseling from the University of      Pennsylvania.” October 23, 1991. (Concerning: Elizabeth Barnet)
  • “Bruce A. Kestenbaum, CIC, of North Dartmouth was honored last month by the Society            of Certified Insurance Councelors for more than five years of…” October 20,    1991. (Concerning: Bruce A. Kestenbaum)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Dartmouth man new president of Tifereth Israel congregation.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 24, 1991. (Concerning: Robert B.            Feingold, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • “City lawyer wins Pro Bono award.” November 4, 1991. (Concerning: Kenneth D.            Lipman)
  • “Betsy B. Winslow School, 8th Grade Graduating Class, 1942.” Senior Scope, June 1991.             (Concerning: Florene Fogelman, Gerald Portnoy, Annette Robinson, Dorothy        Levow, Alvin Fishman, Norma Ofstrock, Louis Narva, Sheldon Davis, Pauline     Liss, Audrey Brodsky, Barbara Long, Elaine Lipton, Selma Lubin, Burton   Freeman, Robert Zeitz, Bernard Silverstein, Charles Brodd, Jordan Mickelson,       Florence Milman, Osna Weinstein, Gerald Kaplan, Joel Goodman)
  • “Senator’s aide speaks today at synagogue.” November 2, 1991. (Concerning: Jewish        Federation of Greater New Bedford, Dr. David Luchins)

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  • Collins, Patrick. “Horticulture students build living classroom.” June 16, 1991.       (Concerning: Margaret Brumsted, Ricky Hopps, Kathryn Duff, Matthew     Petitjean, Donna Sachs)
  •  “Jews welcome in 5752 with Rosh Hashana Sunday.” (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard           Glassman, Rabbi Barry D. Hartman, Rosh Hashana, Tifereth Israel Synagogue,          Ahavath Achim Synagogue, High Holy Days)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Playground dedicated to devoted principal.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 3, 1991. (Concerning: Anna Asekoff)

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  • “Yom Kippur is time to reflect: Most solemn day of Hebrew calendar.” September 14,      1991. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Yom Kippur, High Holy Days,   Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Cantor Scott A. Buckner)
  • Zable, Rona S. “Editor’s Notes: Daddy, I Hardly Knew You…” Senior Scope, October    1991. (Concerning: Rona Zable)
  • “Jews prepare for Simchat: Two-day festival starts on Monday.” September 29, 1991.       (Concerning: Simchat Torah, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Rabbi Barry David      Hartman)
  • “Interim leader named president of St. Luke’s.” November 7, 1991. (Concerning: John B.             Day, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Ibelle, Bill. “Zaritt lost election, but he wins listeners.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 22, 1991. (Concerning: Michael Zaritt)
  • Roberts, Len. “Gridiron club honors six more Whaler legends.” The Standard-Times,         New Bedford, Mass. November 27, 1991. (Concerning: New Bedford High           School Gridiron Hall Club)

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  • White, Natalie. “Jewish woman’s life has been struggle for survival.” The Standard-          Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1991. (Concerning: Holocaust, Riva Zbrijer’s)
  • White, Natalie. “City embraces Russian Jewish immigrants, federation says.” 1991.           (Concerning: Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Russia/Soviet Union) 
  • “Patti Jane Abrams and Alan Bruce Howard were married April 13th.” April 28, 1991.

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  • Fehrenbacher, Gretchen. “Calvin, 2nd clothing mill to merge: City operation will survive     changes, executive insists.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 15,           1991. (Concerning: Henry D. Siegal)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Hanukkah fete starts Sunday.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,             Mass. November 30, 1991. (Concerning: Hanukkah, Rabbi Bernard Glassman,     Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Jewish Federation of    Greater New Bedford, Rabbi Barry David Hartman)
  • “Rosalyn Bette Bacherman and Barry Steven Abrams were married at Temple Ner Tamid             in Peabody.” The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. March 11, 1991.
  • “Sarah and Luther Mitchem of Lowell, N.C., announce the engagement of their daughter,            Maria Lynn, to Brian Neal Davidson, son of Saul and Merna Davidson of 34       Skyline Drive, North Dartmouth.” March 10, 1991.
  • “Jewish Professional Women’s club awards scholarships.” November 21, 1991.      (Concerning: Jewish Professional Women’s Club Inc., Jill Feldman, Karin            Blumberg, Shana Gelven, Nick Goldstein, Lori Beth Graubart, Yael B. Jacquel,         Jonathan Nelson, Karen L. Wolstenholme)
  • “Karen Barbara Shapiro and Dr. Michael Goldaber were married June 2, at Tifereth Israel             Synagogue by Rabbi Bernard Glassman and Rabbi Steven Dworken.” September         8, 1991.
  • “Lenore Philips and Kieron Saunders were married May 27 at the Boston Marriott by        Rabbi Albert Ginsburgh.” September 8, 1991.
  • “Maria Lynn Mitchem and Brian Davidson were married May 4 at the Faculty Club of      North Carolina State University by Magistrate Gary Will.” July 28, 1991.
  • “Ilene Ruth Holland and Geoffrey Scott Frankel were married Sept. 1 at Tifereth Israel    Synagogue by Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Cantor Scott Buckner and Cantor Aaron             Marcus.” 1991.

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  • Caldwell, Jean. “Yiddish book center to move to Hampshire, fulfilling founder’s dream.”             The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. July 28, 1991. (Concerning: Yiddish, Aaron Lansky, National Yiddish Book Center)
  • Sheffield, Reggie. “Volunteers fill plates and hearts.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,            Mass. December 26, 1991. (Concerning: Christmas)
  • “Iris Glaser and Gary Michael Walace were married October 26 at Tifereth Israel   Synagogue by Rabbi Bernard Glassman.” January 5, 1992.
  • “City produce firm named ‘vendor of year.’” February 2, 1992. (Concerning: Sid Wainer & Son Specialty Produce, Culinary Federation Inc. of Cape Cod and The Islands)
  • “Magazine uses area woman’s card design.” February 10, 1992. (Concerning: Mary           Lindenberg)
  • “Jewish art lecture at UMass Dartmouth.” (Concerning: UMASS Dartmouth, Jewish         Federation of Greater New Bedford, Fall River United Jewish Appeal)
  • “Attorney awarded life membership.” March 17, 1992. (Concerning: Kolman Shapira,       Albert Z. Cohen, Elizabeth Fried, Jewish War Veterans)
  • “Shuster’s story should make everyone feel red, white and blue all over.” March 15,          1992. (Concerning: Boris Shuster)
  • “Jewish Center to show film at BCC.” March 18, 1993. (Concerning: UMASS       Dartmouth, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, BCC)

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  • “UMass Cooperative Learning Center.” The Torch, North Dartmouth, Mass. February 28,             1992. (Concerning: Susan Glassman)
  • Barcellos, Bob. “Holocaust survivor warns of forgetting.” The Standard-Times, New         Bedford, Mass. May 1, 1992. (Concerning: Holocaust, Jewish Federation of            Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ray Eichenbaum)
  • Labaton, Stephen. “…Going After The Lawyers.” The New York Times, New York, NY.            March 8, 1992. (Concerning: Harris Weinstein)
  • Roberts, Len. “While they played nearly 50 seasons apart, both Harry Thurley and Neil     Solomon were 3-sport colossi on the Dartmouth sports scene.” April 26, 1992.           (Concerning: Alvin Glaser)  
  • Angrist, Stanley W. “The Last Yiddish Linotype in America.” The Wall Street Journal,     Chicopee, Mass. March 5, 1992. (Concerning: Aaron Lansky, National Yiddish         Book Center, Yiddish)
  • “Professor to speak about Portuguese Jews.” April 20, 1992. (Concerning: UMASS           Dartmouth, Nelson Viera, Portuguese Jews)

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  • Ackerman, John H. “Friendly (International) Fruit: Local market scours the world to         please gourmet palates.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. (Concerning:   Henry B. Wainer, Sid Wainer and Son, Friendly Fruit Inc.)
  • “Actress’ death brings back memories.” May 4, 1992. (Concerning: Yiddish, Molly           Picon, Mary Schwartz)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Passover: journey to freedom.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 22, 1992. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim        Synagogue, Passover, Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Rabbi Barry David Hartman)
  • “Academy Award-winning actress Particia Neal, a champion of rehabilitative medicine,    will give the keynote address May 31 at UMass Dartmouth’s 92nd            commencement.” May 1, 1992.
  • “Torah Award to honor Dartmouth woman.” April 27, 1992. (Concerning: Goldie S.         Gitlin, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Bernard Glassman, The Light of Torah      Award)
  • “Ex-city man plays major role in S&L suit.” April 6, 1992. (Concerning: Attorney Harris   Weinstein, Joseph Weinstein, Gertrude (Rusitzky) Weinstein, Alice (Queen)    Navison Weinstein, Rosa Grunberg) 

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  • Barcellos, Robert. “Brotherhood to honor 3 seniors.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,             Mass. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans, Classmates Today - Neighbors Tomorrow Brotherhood, Sandra Nuno, Rebecca Gorban, Tristany Nicole Lafleur)
  • “Zeiterion appoints development director.” May 11, 1992. (Concerning: Zeiterion Theatre, Lillian LaFrance, Lynn Alpert, Claire E. Bessette, Elaine Meredith,     Douglas E. Rodrigues)
  • “Post 154 will decorate the J.W.V. Monument.” May 21, 1992. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans)
  • “Several physicians from Eye Health Associates in North Dartmouth will participate          Wednesday in an Optometric Continuing Education Seminar.” May 17, 1992.            (Concerning: Dr. Alan S. Geller)
  • “Brandeis University Professor to discuss future of Judaism: To be guest speaker at free    lecture.” May 9, 1992. (Concerning: Dr. Reuben Kimelman, Tifereth Israel    Synagogue)
  • “Mary Saltzman, 84, widow of Willie (“The Watchdog”) Saltzman.” Senior Scope. April 1992. (Concerning: Mary Saltzman, Willie Saltzman)
  • “Federation to sponsor musical performances.” May 23, 1992. (Concerning The Jewish      Federation of Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Rodman School, 8th Grade, 1943.” Senior Scope, April 1992. (Concerning: Malcolm        Jones, Burton Gerstenzang, Robert Horenstein)
  • “Melissa Rubin Wins Kraft Award.” Jewish Messenger, June 1992. (Concerning: The        New Bedford Jewish Federation, Melissa Rubin)
  • “Standard-Times takes its hat off to: Jeffrey Dolinsky.” The Standard Times, New            Bedford, Mass. May 31, 1992. (Concerning: Jeffrey Dolinsky)
  • “Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weinstein were the sponsors of a performance by the St. Paul’s        Ladies Kitchen Band given for the Jewish Senior Citizens.” Senior Scope, May       1992. (Concerning: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weinstein)
  • “Anne Rebecca Glicksman, daughter of David P. and Ruth (Horenstein) Glicksman of 53             Evelyn St., North Dartmouth, was awarded the Arnold I. Bittleman Memorial              Prize during a Prize Day ceremony at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y.” June       4, 1992. (Concerning: Anne Rebecca Glicksman)

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  • “Judaic Institute comes of age: Program set for June event.” May 23, 1992. (Concerning:             UMass Dartmouth, Dr. Robert P. Waxler, Rabbi Bernard Glassman, The Mary      Wolfman Players, Sholem Aleichem, Yiddish, Gloria Goldreich, Dr. Mervin F.           Verbit).
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish congregation turns 100.” The Standard-Times, New  Bedford, Mass. June 13, 1992. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim, Rabbi Barry David     Hartman)
  • Ibelle, Bill. “Bookseller has a special niche, holds head high.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. June 7, 1992. (Concerning: Ira Cohen)
  • “The Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford recently gave scholarships to four area students.” 1992. (Concerning: Brett Pacheco, Emma Shovmer, Rebecca Gorban,     Eric Martin, The Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford).
  • “Bed Gaffin joins realty staff.” Chronicle, June 17, 1992. (Concerning: Ben Gaffin)
  • “Program opens Judaic Institute.” June 13, 1992. (Concerning: UMass Dartmouth, Dr.     Robert P. Waxler, Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Sholem Aleichem, Yiddish).
  • “Dartmouth couple attend MIT reunion.” June 22, 1992. (Concerning: Martin S.   Lindenberg, Mary K. Lindenberg, Robert Bloom, Lenore Bloom, Fay Lindenberg,          Bill Sinkin, Charles Vest, Maurice Katz, Lenore Garland).
  • Fehrenbacher, Gretchen.“Calvin Clothing to be sold, but 725 jobs to stay in city.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 20, 1992. (Concerning: Henry D.           Siegal).
  • “Samuel J. Glicksman, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Glicksman of Evelyn Street, North      Dartmouth, received a bachelor’s degree from Lake Forest College in Illinois.”             1992. (Concerning: Samuel J. Glicksman)
  • Michael J. Graubart of North Dartmouth, son of Myra Goldberg and the late Alan           Graubart, has earned a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy at The University of Rhode           Island College of Pharmacy.” 1992. (Concerning: Michael J. Graubart)

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  • Brown, Pamela G. “Eleanor Roth: Grab your opportunities.” Chronicle, June 17, 1992.      (Concerning: Eleanor Roth)
  • “Award Winner.” August 1992. (Concerning: Andrew J. Miller)
  • “Fall River Art Weeks start.” July 6, 1992. (Concerning: Mary K. Lindenberg, Edmund    Moniz, Mayor John R. Mitchell, Walter E. Owen, Claire Hurwitz, Phyllis   Krueger, Earl Chase, Evan Tatelbaum)
  • Collins, Patrick. “Ex-school official to be unpaid adviser in Dartmouth.” The Standard-     Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 16, 1992. (Concerning: Marilyn Bonner-          Feingold)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Third graders take a close look at their neighbors.” The    Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 18, 1992. (Concerning: Sandra F.         Gomes, Barbara N. Kaplan)
  • “City woman to serve AARP as spokeswoman.” July 27, 1992. (Concerning: Phyllis          Mayer)
  • “Phyllis Mayer of 107 Brownell St., New Bedford, was among 48 recipients of a   certificate from the University of Massachusetts following completion of a one-            year program in gerontology.” July 28, 1992. (Concerning: Phyllis Mayer, UMass     Boston)
  • Burt, Jeffrey. “Judge Brooker retires to become ‘lady of leisure’.” The Standard-Times,     New Bedford, Mass. July 4, 1992. (Concerning: Rosalind Poll Brooker)
  • “Sadow’s owner retires; son takes over business.” July 26, 1992. (Concerning: Leon          Sadow)
  • “Vets post awards 5 scholarships.” July 6, 1992. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans,          Allyson Ciaramello, Rebecca Gorban, Treva Jacquel, Ann-Marie Segall)
  • “Fall River rabbi is honored for 25 years at synagogue.” July 11, 1992. (Concerning:          Rabbi Norbert Weinberg, Adas Israel Synagogue, Temple Beth-El, Ahavath           Achim Synagogue, Beth Shalom Synagogue)

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  • “Brothers Eric Frauwirth and Kenneth Frauwirth received degrees during commencement             ceremonies recently.” July 22, 1992. (Concerning: Eric Frauwirth, Kenneth       Frauwirth)
  • “Rotary Club installs new slate of officers.” July 21, 1992. (Concerning: Elaine Lima,        Jane Mello, Joe Vlek, Steven Beauregard)
  • “Anne H. Burke and Richard W. Sadow were wed June 7 at Manning Chapel, Brown       University, by the Rev. Janet Cooper Nelson.” July 12, 1992. (Concerning: Anne                     H. Burke, Richard W. Sadow)
  • “Todd L. Eisenberg, C.P.A. of Raymond Eisenberg & Associates, P.C. has been elected a            director of the Citizens Federal Credit Union.” 1992. (Concerning: Todd L.     Eisenberg)
  • “Multi-generational art exhibited at YMCA.” August 17, 1992. (Concerning: Evan            Tatelbaum, Claire Hurwitz)
  • “Sephardic expert will speak at city synagogue tonight.” September 19, 1992.        (Concerning: Dr. Chaim Shapiro, Touro Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue,      Rabbi Barry David Hartman)
  • “Wendy Joblon has joined the Hawthorne Country Club as director of banquet sales.”       September 27, 1992. (Concerning: Wendy Joblon)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Eisner to retire after 19 years of running New Bedford airport.”  The            Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 28, 1992. (Concerning: Isidore            Eisner)
  • Ibelle, Bill. ‘Watchdog’ remembered at City Hall.” The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass. September 25, 1992. (Concerning: William Saltzman)
  • “During commencement exercises in May, Ruth A. Shapiro of Birchfield Farm, South       Dartmouth, received a juris doctor degree, cum laude, from Marquette University,        Milwaulkee, Wis.” September 14, 1992. (Concerning: Ruth A. Shapiro)
  • “St. Luke’s honors surgeon for service.” September 28, 1992. (Concerning: Dr. Edward    D. Mackler)
  • “Jewish vets set dinner-dance.” October 26, 1992. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans,      Dr. Arthur Weisman, Stanley Rezvin, Elliott Feinstein, Howard Z. Mann, David          Salk, Leo Kaplan, Dr. Myer Halpren, Harry Leibowitz)
  • “David and Dorothy Salk of New Bedford celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a             surprise dinner party given by their sons at the Venus de Milo, Swansea.” October 27, 1992. (Concerning: David Salk, Dorothy Salk, Rabbi Bernard Zuskind,             Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Lisa Thomas and Peter Wise were married Sept. 20 at the Hampden Country Club by      John Auchler.” 1992. (Concerning: Lisa Thomas, Peter Wise)
  • “Jewish group will welcome Israeli journalist.” October 1, 1992. (Concerning: The             Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Freda Keet, Tifereth Israel            Synagogue)
  • “Ex-resident writes summer reading guide.” October 12, 1992. (Concerning: Martha Seif Simpson, John C. Simpson, Sam Seif, Dorothy Seif)

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Hosh Hashana begins: Rabbis reflect on bigotry in High Holy            Days.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 27, 1992.             (Concerning: Hosh Hashana, High Holy Days, Rabbi Barry David Hartman,   Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Particia E. Gellman, daughter of Dr. Arnold E. and Frances (Surkamer) Gellman of 8      Delano Way, South Dartmouth, received a bachelor of arts degree on her             graduation from the American University in Washington D.C.” November 19,   1992. (Concerning: Patricia Gellman)
  • “Isidore Eisner, ex-airport manager.” October 31, 1992. (Concerning: Isidore Eisner)
  • “Three North Dartmouth residents have been elected to class offices at the Wheeler           School in Providence for the school year.” October 2, 1992. (Concerning: Stacy         Roth, David Fishman, Jason Rosenblatt)
  • “Local artists awards at festival.” October 26, 1992. (Concerning: Susan Cabral, Simon     Dalton, Norma Sumner, Claire Hurwitz, Jessica Fortin, Melissa Gouveia, Kaileen    Souza, Evan Tatelbaum, Everett Tatelbaum)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “City synagogues join world in Yom Kippur celebration.” The             Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 3, 1992. (Concerning: Yom    Kippur, High Holy Days, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue,          Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “New cycle of readings begins at Simchat Torah.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 18, 1992. (Concerning: Simchat Torah,      Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Schim Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jews mark harvest festival.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford,     Mass. October 14, 1992. (Concerning: Sukkot, Simchat Torah, Tifereth Israel   Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “Hartman to play key role in Rabbinic Alumni convention.” October 17, 1992.       (Concerning: Rabbi David Barry Hartman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary)
  • “Author to speak at synagogue.” October 24, 1992. (Concerning: Dr. Fred Rosner,            Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “Silverstein’s names new president.” October 11, 1992. (Concerning: Stephen T.    Silverstein)

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  • Lovinger, Robert. “Forgoing the knife for the needle.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 13, 1992. (Concerning: Daniel Schwartz)
  • “Real R. Breton, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Compass Bank, had    announced several changes within the bank’s corporate family.” December 20,             1992. (Concerning: Alda M. Petitti, John B. Day)
  • “City lawyer receives appointment.” December 28, 1992. (Concerning: Michael Zeman,    Joshua Werner)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “City school’s Hanukkah program gets wider audience: Home      residents are invited guests.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 15, 1992. (Concerning: Hanukkah, New Bedford Jewish Convalescent   Home, Thelma Shotlander, Lillian Caplan, Carney Academy)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Area synagogues set to begin Hanukkah.” The Standard-Times,         New Bedford, Mass.  Deccember 18, 1992. (Concerning: Hanukkah, Tifereth         Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Rabbi           Barry David Hartman, Jewish Senior Citizens Group of the Jewish Federation of         Greater New Bedford Inc.)
  • “Karen Marie Boyle and Jeffrey David Martin were married Aug. 30 at Rotch-Jones-Duff            House by the Hon. George Jacobs.” 1992. (Concerning: Karen Marie Boyle,   Jeffrey David Martin)

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  • “Language group honors teacher.” December 3, 1992. (Concerning: Melvin B. Yoken,       UMass Dartmouth)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Yule dinner tradition continues.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 7, 1992. (Concerning: Isidore Eisner, Christmas)
  • Schattle, Hans. “Airport manager honored: Retiring Eisner gets soaring accolades.” The    Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 21, 1992. (Concerning: Isidore       Eisner)
  •   “The Standard Times takes its hat off to: Isidore Eisner.”  The Standard-Times, New       Bedford, Mass. December 31, 1992. (Concerning: Isidore Eisner)
  • “Dr. Levin heads staff at St. Luke’s Hospital.” February 2, 1993. (Concerning: Dr.            Clinton N. Levin)
  • “Elizabeth Joan Osswald and Robert Glenn Levinson were married August 23 at the         Lakesider, North Dartmouth, by Francis B. Morse Jr., justice of the peace.” 1992.      (Concerning: Elizabeth Joan Osswald, Robert Glenn Levinson)
  • “Katherine M. Atkinson and Peter S. Kaplan were married August 23 in Concord Academy Chapel by Ann Wilson, justice of the peace.” 1992. (Concerning:      Katherine M. Atkinson, Peter S. Kaplan) 
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  • “City visions: A collection of diverse opinions.” February 7, 1993. (Concerning: Norman   Glassman, David Barnet, Mel Holland)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “World’s Jews celebrate Esther’s courage: Purim honors heroine          who averted Persian holocoaust.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.     March 3, 1993. (Concerning: Purim, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel   Synagogue, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • “Area Jewish woman plan Passover event.” March 29, 1993. (Concerning: Passover,          Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Sheffield, Reggie. “Judge named for promotion.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. March 11, 1993. (Concerning: Malcolm Jones)
  • “Lisa A. Morse and Brian J. Oren were married March 20, 1993, at Tifereth Israel Synagogue by Rabbi Bernard Glassman.” 1993. (Concerning: Lisa A. Morse,       Brian J. Oren)
  • Holland, Betty. “We have some work to do.” March 22, 1993. (Concerning: Betty             Holland)
  • “Betsy B. Winslow School, 8th Grade Graduating Class, 1938.” Senior Scope, 1993.          (Concerning: Charlotte Greenberg, Selma Levine, Ruth Tobias, Harold Leen,       Irene Gerstein, Shirley Cohen, David Narva, Shirley Mendlesohn, Harriet   Lippman, Bernard Herman, Irwin Herman)
  • “New Bedford Attorney Michael J. Zeman recently participated as a faculty member in    the statewide Jury Trial Skills Program of the Massachusetts Committee For     Public Counsel Services.” March 14, 1993. (Concerning: Michael Zeman)
  • “Betsy B. Winslow School, Class of June 1934.” Senior Scope, 1993. (Concerning:           Leona Dratch, Irving Levine, Shirley Horvitz, Malcolm Levy, Leon Abrams, Jack Forman, Carl Zeitz, Jack Rosenberg, Louis Finger, Haskell Kivowitz)
  • “JWV post installs officers.” June 8, 1992. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans, Dr. Myer   Halpren, Stanley A. Revzin, David Salk, Dr. Arthur Weisman, Leo Kaplan,   Harvey Shuster, Abraham Brand, Gerald Franklin, Dr. Shelon Caplan, Elliott   Feinstein, Sidney Lansky, Howard Mann, Milton Nisson, Donald Zeman, Sumner           Kaplan, Milton Miller)  

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  • Glass, Pamela. “City native keeps Al Gore in place on time.” Ottaway News Service,        March 7, 1993. (Concerning: Dennis Alpert)
  • “Former city man is TV producer.” January 4, 1993. (Concerning: Larry Sanitsky, Nick     Gillott, Sawyer M. Sanitsky, Netta Sanitsky)
  • “Jewish survival authority will speak at synagogue.” January 9, 1993. (Concerning: Dr.      Ellen Cannon, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Larry Lefkowitz, vice president and proprietor of Furniture City on West Rodney            French Boulevard.” May 9, 1993. (Concerning: Larry Lefkowitz)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Convalescent home plans anniversary fete.” The Standard-Times,      New Bedford, Mass. January 11, 1993. (Concerning: The New Bedford Jewish      Convalescent Home, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Israeli independence celebration Sunday.” April 28, 1993. (Concerning: Israel, Tifereth   Israel Synagogue)
  • “UMass professor to speak at Judaism conference.” April 24, 1993. (Concerning: Dr.         Robert P. Waxler)
  • “Book review session set for Jan. 19.” July 11, 1993. (Concerning: Shulamith Friedland,   National Council of Jewish Women, Gloria Zeman, Roz Glaser, Phyllis Mayer,           Marcia Revzin, Lynda Mindlin, Dorothy Siegel)
  • ““I lost quite a few buddies,” said Milton Nisson of Dartmouth, a World War II Army      Veteran.” May 30, 1993. (Concerning: Milton Nissan, Jewish War Veteran)
  • “Lisa H. Nefussy of 233 Winchester Street, Brookline, received a Masters in education     and counseling from Northeastern University’s Bouve College of Pharmacy and     Allied Health.” October 24, 1993. (Concerning: Lisa H. Nefussy)
  • “Yeshiva professor will lecture in city.” May 1, 1993. (Concerning: Rabbi Manfred            Fulda, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “UMass professor to be honored by France.” April 12, 1993. (Concerning: Dr. Mel B.       Yoken, UMass Dartmouth)
  •  “Karen Shapiro Goldaber, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert L. Shapiro of Birchfield        Farms, South Dartmouth, received a juris doctor degree from the Cardozo Law    School at Yeshiva University in New York City.” August 14, 1993. (Concerning:   Karen Shapiro Goldaber)
  • “Taunton - Margarita Zimnova and Gary Finkelstein of 193 Britton Circle, Raynham,        were married March 28, 1993, at Benjamin’s Restaurant by a justice of the           peace.” 1993. (Concerning: Margarita Zimnova, Gary Finkelstein)

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  • “Well-known author lectures Wednesday: The Jewish ethics of speech is topic of Ziskind memorial.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 8, 1993. (Concerning:   Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Klady, Leonard. “Jackson Exec VP at Davis’ Chicago Pacific.” 1993. (Concerning: Larry             Jackson)
  • “Early Childhood Center raffles special handmade quilt.” May 10, 1993. (Concerning:      The New Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood Center, Tifereth Israel             Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Judaic Institute to stress diversity: Jewish center events scheduled    over 5 days at UMass.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 29, 1993.             (Concerning: UMass Dartmouth, Bishop Sean P. O’Malley, Dr. Robert P. Waxler,       Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Rabbi (Dr.) William E. Kaufman, Dr. Janet Freedman,           Karen A. Katz)
  • “Gorban to Direct JCC.” Jewish Messenger, May 1993. (Concerning: Steven Gorban)
  • “Veterans group prepares for Memorial Day activity.” May 18, 1993. (Concerning:            Jewish War Veterans, Dr. Myer Halpren)
  • “Program focusing on kosher meals begins on Tuesday.” May 30, 1993. (Concerning:        Ahavath Achim Synagogue, C.E.S.I. Kosher Nutrition Program)
  • “Local artist’s work displayed in D.C.” August 16, 1993. (Concerning: Claire Hurwitz)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Brier installed as Tifereth president.” The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass. August 14, 1993. (Concerning: Robert Alan Brier, Tifereth Israel    Synagogue)
  • “Stag Social, 30 years ago.” 1930. (Concerning: Nig Shuster, Ed Gamson, Max Queen,     Abe Gerstein, Solomon Shuster, Simeon Shuster, Phill Hornstein, John Nickelson,            Alfred Gamson, Abe Horvitz, Julius Rusitzky, Ceasar Lansky)
  • “Jewish War Veterans install officers.” June 8, 1993. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Dr. Myer Halpren)

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Bishop O’Malley speaks at 14th Judaic Institute.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 14, 1993. (Concerning: UMass Dartmouth,     Bishop Sean Patrick O’Malley)
  • “The Jewish Convalescent Home celebrated its renovations with an open house attended by residents and family members.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass.          June 30, 1993. (Concerning: Jewish Convalescent Home)
  • “City native to sign books.” June 19, 1993. (Concerning: Sandra Jacobs)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “City Jewish War Veterans commander receives award.”  The             Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 28, 1993. (Concerning: Jewish War         Veterans, Dr. Myer Halpren)
  • “Building housed dad’s company for 40 years.” July 26, 1993. (Concerning: Robert          Lipman, Harry Lipman, Frieda Lipman)
  • “64-team field vies for Allendale’s 34th Invitational Fourball.” July 17, 1993.          (Concerning: The Allendale Invitational Fourball, Gordon Handler, Dr. Paul   Chervinsky, Steve Glassman, Mark Glassman, Steve Brown, Brian Marder,   Vaughn Wedge)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jews prepare for their holiest of days: Rosh Hashana services             announced.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 14, 1993.             (Concerning: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, High Holy Days, Ahavath Achim     Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Barry Hartman, Rabbi Bernard             Glassman)
  • Forman, Preston P. “Jews prepare for their holiest of days: Seniors look back, forward       hopefully.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 14, 1993.             (Concerning: High Holy Days, New Bedford Jewish Convalescent Home, Israel)
  • “Service honors Holocaust dead.” September 10, 1993. (Concerning: Holocaust, Jewish    Federation of Greater New Bedford, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)    

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Lunch boxes offer workers food for thought.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 8, 1993. (Concerning: National Council of Jewish             Women, Dorothy Siegel, Lynda Mindlin, Ida Rothman)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “”Sukkot services at local synagogues.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 29, 1993. (Concerning: Sukkot, Shimini   Atzeroth, Simchat Torah, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “Rabbi to speak on local Jewish history.” September 11, 1993. (Concerning: Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “Local cantor among celebrants at gala cantorial concert Sunday.” November 19, 1993.     (Concerning: Cantor Scott A. Buckner, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Mishkan Tefila           Synagogue)
  • “Jewish scholar to lecture locally.” October 10, 1993. (Concerning: Mervin F. Verbit,        Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Jewish vets mark 57 years.” October 26, 1993. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans)
  • “Dr. Steven D. Herman has been appointed director of the coronary care unit at Memorial             hospital of Rhode Island.” November 2, 1993. (Concerning: Dr. Steven D.       Herman)
  • “Ex-Calvin Clothing chief takes new post.” November 10, 1993. (Concerning: Henry D.   Siegal)
  • “Jeffrey L. Raymon, certified public accountant, has been appointed to the Small Business Taxation Committee of the American Institute of Certified Public      Accountants.” November 21, 1993. (Concerning: Jeffrey L. Raymon) 
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Local synagogues plan services for Yom Kippur.” The Standard-       Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 23, 1993. (Concerning: Yom Kippur,     High Holy Days, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Barbara F. Dubin appointed as liaison.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass.         September 22, 1993. (Concerning: Barbara F. Dubin)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Auction to benefit preschool.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford,             Mass. November 4, 1993. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Jewish             Community Early Childhood Center)

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  • Conklin, Rebecca, and Preston P. Forman. “Retiring Silversteins proud of family   tradition.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 13, 1993.     (Concerning: Joseph Silverstein, Bernard Silverstein, Louis Silverstein)
  • “Area Jews to reach out on Christmas.” November 25, 1993. (Concerning: Christmas,        New Bedford Council on Aging and Elderly Nutrition, Isidore Eisner)
  • “Land-Taking Justice.” 1993. (Concerning: Attorney General Brooke)
  • Brown, Pamela G. “Local women represents AARP Women’s Initiative in             Massachusetts.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. December 1, 1993.   (Concerning: Phyllis Mayer)
  • “Local resident named conservative Jewish group’s president: Heads 800 North     American congregations.” December 16, 1993. (Concerning: Alan A. Ades,      Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, United            Synagogue of Conservative Judaism)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Synagogues ready for Hanukkah: Local congregations announce       celebration plans.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 4, 1993.         (Concerning: Hanukkah, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Rabbi Bernard Glassman,           Rabbi Barry David Hartman)
  • “Nutrition group to hold Hanukkah events.” December 5, 1993. (Concerning: Hanukkah, The Kosher Nutrition Program for Older Adults)
  • “Newport, R.I. - Faye Ilsa Weitman and James Alan Rubin were married October 30,        1993, at Touro Synagogue by Rabbi Chaim Shapiro.” 1993. (Concerning: Faye       Ilsa Weitzman, James Alan Rubin)

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  • “Amy-Jill Levine, associate professor of religion and chair of the Religion Department at Swarthmore College, has been named Sara Lawrence Lightfoot Professor.”        November 11, 1993. (Concerning: Amy-Jill Levine)
  • O’Connor, Patricia. “Getting to the Point: Pencils Inc. carves out a niche in the office        supply market despite stiff competition from mega-stores.” The Standard-Times,   New Bedford, Mass. December 19, 1993. (Concerning: Steven Mazza, Sam       Palestine)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish volunteers set to serve: Will host Christian neighbors at          Christmas dinner Sunday.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December      20, 1993. (Concerning: Isidore Eisner, Anne Eisner, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Revzin,   Norman Walder)
  • “New Bedford - Cristine Kaufman and Gregory Friedlander were married Aug. 29, 1993,            at Tifereth Israel Synagogue by Rabbi Bernard Glassman and Cantor Scott      Buckner.” 1993. (Concerning: Cristine Kaufman, Gregory Friedlander, Tifereth        Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Cantor Scott Buckner)
  • “Barrington, R.I. - Elisabeth Jane Finch and Martin Frederick Kaplan were married Oct.   3, 1993, at Temple Habonim by Rabbi James B. Rosenberg.” 1993. (Concerning:          Elizabeth Jane Finch, Martin Frederick Kaplan, Temple Habonim, Rabbi James         B. Rosenberg)
  • “Mequon, Wis. - Nanci Sue Miller and Donald Charles Schaum were married June 27,       1993, at Beth El Ner Tamid Synagogue by Rabbi Gideon Goldenholz.” 1993.           (Concerning: Nanci Sue Miller, Donald Charles Schaum, Beth El Ner Tamid Synagogue, Rabbi Gideon Goldenholz)  

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  • Corey, William. “Holiday dinner helps bring community together: Mayor hails fall of         ethnic, cultural, religious barriers.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.          December 27, 1993. (Concerning: Christmas, Isidore Eisner, New Bedford       Council on Aging, Coastline Elderly Nutrition Program)
  • “Betsy B. Winslow School, 8th Grade, Class of 1939.” Senior Scope, December 1993.       (Concerning: David Mendelson, Lela Winograd Porter, Miriam Marder Handler,             Gertrude Davis Gollis)

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  • “UMass Dartmouth professor honored in Paris.” January 5, 1994 (Concerning: Mel B.       Yoken, UMass Dartmouth)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “UMass head joins state’s ‘New Technologies’ trade trek to          Israel.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 22, 1994.      (Concerning: Dr. Peter Cressy, UMass Dartmouth, Israel)
  • Tynan, Trudy. “Center seeks to save Yiddish culture.” Associated Press, January 30,         1994. (Concerning: National Yiddish Book Center, Aaron Lansky)
  • “Dr. Barbara Pearl has been appointed to the St. Luke’s Hospital medical staff.” January   4, 1994. (Concerning: Dr. Barbara Pearl)
  • “Local Woman accepts position.” February 14, 1994. (Concerning: Mary Lindenberg)
  • “Jason Rosenblatt, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosenblatt of North Dartmouth, is        among the student athletes selected…” February 6, 1994. (Concerning: Jason   Rosenblatt)
  • “University Chancellor to speak about Israel visit.” February 6, 1994. (Concerning: Dr.      Peter H. Cressy, UMass Dartmouth, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford,     Israel)
  • “Crowning royalty.” February 15, 1994. (Concerning: J.C. Henry, Louis Silverstein, New Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood Center, Purim)
  • “Rabbi to speak in Virginia.” April 22, 1994. (Concerning: Rabbi Barry David Hartman,   Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Orthodox Union’s annual National Leadership Conference of Synagogues of Smaller Jewish Communities)
  • “Fairhaven set to honor its all-time best.” February 9, 1994. (Concerning: Fairhaven High School’s Hall of Fame)
  • Levesque, David. “UMass chancellor bolsters ties with Jews.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 11, 1994. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue,             Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, UMass Dartmouth, Israel, Dr. Peter           H. Cressy)  

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  • Lovinger, Robert. “Remembering a nightmare so others won’t forget.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 4, 1994. (Concerning: Holocaust, Sam Seif)
  • “Holocaust survivor has tale to tell: Historians unfamiliar with family’s ghetto.” The          Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 7, 1994. (Concerning: Holocaust,     Abraham Landau, Zagorow ghetto)
  • Caldwell, Jean. “Yiddish book center finds home on Mass. Campus: Will settle at Hampshire College.” The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. February 26, 1994.      (Concerning: National Yiddish Book Center, Aaron Lansky)  

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Congregations prepare for Passover.” The Standard-Times, New       Bedford, Mass. March 26, 1994. (Concerning: Passover, Ahavath Achim      Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Students learn doctor’s ‘inside story’ of typical day.”  The          Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. (Concerning: Dr. Barbara S. Pearl)
  • Horowitz, Carl. “Lennar Corp.’s Leonard Miller: Finding New Niches to Make Home       Builder’s Profit’s Grow.” Investor’s Business Daily, March 8, 1994. (Concerning:      Leonard Miller)
  • “Jason Rosenblatt, son of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosenblatt of North Dartmouth, has           received honors in two areas of school life at the Wheeler School in Providence.”         May 15, 1994. (Concerning: Jason Rosenblatt)
  • “Aaron J. Revzin - Bruce and Robin Revzin of Brookline announce the birth of their first child, Aaron Joshua, June 13, in Boston.” July 24, 1994. (Concerning: Aaron J.   Revzin)
  • “Nursing home celebrates Dr.’s day.” April 25, 1994. (Concerning: Dr. Rahim Aghal,        Evelyn Oliveira, Jean Duval, Antoinette Duval)
  • “New real estate office accepts listings in Dartmouth area.” May 1, 1994. (Concerning:     Elizabeth Wolman Blumen)
  • “Jewish war vets elect ’94 officers.” May 17, 1994. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans,     Dr. Myer Halpren, Stanley A. Revzin, David Salk, Dr. Arthur Weisman, Leo    Kaplan, Harvey Shuster, Abraham Brand, Gerald Franklin, Dr. Sheldon Caplan,            Elliott Feinstein, Sidney Lansky, Howard Mann, Milton Nisson, Donald Zeman)
  • “Dr. Myer Malpren was seated for his 18th consecutive year as commander during the        annual installation of officers of New Bedford Post 154, Jewish War Veterans of        the United States.” June 30, 1994. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans, Ahavath             Achim Synagogue, Dr. Myer Halpren)
  • “Karen Levine and Gunther Martin were married at the Tifereth Israel Synagogue in New             Bedford.” May 31, 1994. (Concerning: Karen Levine, Gunther Martin)
  • “Eric Frauwirth named director of new program.” 1994. (Concerning: Eric Frauwirth)

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  • “Two cantors to present special concert May 11.” May 7, 1994. (Concerning: Cantor         Scott A. Buckner, Cantor Jacob Mendelson)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Holocaust survivor’s memory shared at veterans gathering.” The        Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 7, 1994. (Concerning: Holocaust,            Abraham Landau)
  • “Scholar-in-residence weekend May 20-21.” May 14, 1994. (Concerning: Rabbi Rafael     Grossman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Levesque, David. “Program to help university expand its reach.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. April 8, 1994. (Concerning: UMass Dartmouth, Dr. Robert    P. Waxler)
  • McQuillan, Joanna. “City warehouse caters to chefs.” May 25, 1994. (Concerning: Henry B. Wainer)

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  • Allen, Jane E. and Robert Lovinger. “Second Sight: After surgery, the world looks            redecorated to nearly blind mathematician Sam Genensky.” The Associated Press,             May 31, 1994. (Concerning: Sam Genensky) 
  • “Winslow students and staff made sure that the retirement of Anne Asekoff didn’t go by             unnoticed.” August 29, 1994. (Concerning: Anne Asekoff)
  • “Another win for Dartmouth artist.” September 19, 1994. (Concerning: Mary         Lindenberg)
  • “Dartmouth student is semifinalist.” September 25, 1994. (Concerning: Alex Howard)
  • “WBSM Award to Sylvia Roth.” Jewish Messenger, September 1993. (Concerning:          Sylvia Roth)
  • “Alan Novick is the conductor of the Dartmouth Community Band.” Dartmouth   Chronicle, July 6, 1994. (Concerning: Alan Novick)
  •  Kladdy, Leonard. “Jackson Exec VP at Davis’ Chicago Pacific.” Vanity Fair, 1994.         (Concerning: Larry Jackson)

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  • Wielawski, Irene. “The Will To See.” Brown Alumni Monthly, April 1994. (Concerning:   Samuel Genensky)
  • “G. Bonnie Feldman named vice chairmen of NABTC.” The Chronicle,      Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. June 1, 1994. (Concerning: G. Bonnie Feldman)
  • “New Americans.” Jewish Messenger, September 1994. (Concerning: Vladimir      Sphilman, Samuel Broydo)
  • O’Connor, Patricia. “Sadow’s, area retailing landmark, to close.” The Standard-Times,      New Bedford, Mass. May 25, 1994. (Concerning: Richard W. Sadow)

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jews prepare to welcome in New Year: Rosh Hashanah, Yom            Kippur on horizon.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 3, 1994. (Concerning: High Holy Days, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Rabbi Barry   David Hartman, Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath   Achim Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Two city synagogues schedule special services for Yom Kippur.”      The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 14, 1994. (Concerning:       Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Yom Kippur, High Holy   Days)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jews celebrate harvest festival.” September 19, 1994. (Concerning:   Shemini Atzerath, Sukkot, Simchat Torah, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth          Israel Synagogue)
  • “Rabbi Glassman to be Honored by Prince Henry Society.” Jewish Messenger,       September 1994. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • “Local JWV commander honored by state group.” September 4, 1994. (Concerning: Dr.    Myer Halpren, Jewish War Veterans)
  • “Oncology open house set for Thursday.” September 20, 1994. (Concerning: Tifereth        Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “School board gives teacher chance to teach abroad.” The Standard-   Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 27, 1994. (Concerning: Cynthia S.         Yoken)
  • “Dartmouth - Marjorie E. Zable and David S. Fisher were married July 31, at the   Hawthorne Country Club, North Dartmouth, by Rabbi Jeffrey Firkman of         Larchmont Temple, Larchmont, N.Y.” September 25, 1994. (Concerning:     Marjorie E. Zable, David S. Fisher)
  • “Simchat ceremony set for Wednesday.”  September 25, 1994. (Concerning: Simchat        Torah, Sukkot, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • White, Natalie. “New cancer treatment center is dedicated: Message of hope for patients,             families is the keynote.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 23,     1994. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman)

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  • Ades, Alan. “President’s forum.” United Synagogue Review, Fall 1994. (Concerning:       Alan Ades)
  • “Rabbi Glassman to receive honor: Named ‘Person of the Year’ by local Prince Henry       Society.” October 17, 1994. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Scholarship established to honor Holocaust survivor.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 25, 1994. (Concerning:   Abraham Landau, Holocaust, National Council of Jewish Women)
  • “Jewish war Veterans hold 58th anniversary.” October 30, 1994. (Concerning: Dr. Arthur Weisman, Harry Leibowitz, Stanley Revzin, Elliott Feinstein, Howard Z. Mann,       David Salk, Leo Kaplan, Dr. Myer Halpren)
  • “Jeffrey S. Zeitz earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Bentley College.” October             9, 1994. (Concerning: Jeffrey S. Zeitz)
  • “Eric Frauwirth, a 1990 graduate of Dartmouth High School, has been appointed director             of the Hospitality/Tourism Education Consortium for the State of Rhode Island.”            October 30, 1994. (Concerning: Eric Frauwirth)
  • “City Jewish women’s council elects new officers.” October 26, 1994. (Concerning:          National Council of Jewish Women, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Phyllis Mayer,           Dorothy Siegal, Linda S. Mindlin, Joan Blanchette, Judy Klein, Lillian Shwartz,        Shirley Levine, Dorothy Goldstein, Betty Abesh, Barbara Alpert, Sherri Kaufman,         Marcella Brody, Ida Rothman, Thelma Schwartz, Marcia Perler, Roberta S.             Barnet)
  • “David and Ruth Glicksman of 53 Evelyn St.., North Dartmouth, announce the     engagement of their daughter, Anne R., to Robert S. Braunstein, son of Kent and           Joyce Braunstein of Roslyn, N.Y.” November 6, 1994. (Concerning: Anne R.     Glicksman, Robert S. Braunstein)
  • “Abigail Jane Kamen and Andrew Robert Holland were married Aug. 27 at the Pierre       Hotel by Rabbi Richard Chapin, assisted by Jonah Pesner, a rabbinical student        and cousin of the bride.” October 9, 1994. (Concerning: Abigail Jane Kamen,       Andrew Robert Holland)
  • “City Attorney plans free legal clinics.” October 30, 1994. (Concerning: Richard K.           Gottesman)
  • “Harriet Gottesman of South Dartmouth received a master’s degree in education from      Lesley College in Cambridge.” October 11, 1994. (Concerning: Harriet            Gottesman)

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  • O’Connor, Patricia. “Local firms among the fastest growing.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 23, 1994. (Concerning: Steven Mazza, Sam Palestine)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “City Council honors Holocaust survivors.” November 25, 1994.         (Concerning: Cantor Abraham Landau, Holocaust)
  • Fehrenbacher, Gretchen. “Saudade and the Jewish identity: Portuguese, Jews celebrate     their historical links.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 19,         1994. (Concerning: Portuguese Jews, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Jewish      Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • O’Connor, Particia. “A movable feast: New Bedford food exporter looks for new markets            in the best restaurants of Europe.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 30, 1994. (Concerning: Henry Wainer)  

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  • O’Connor, Patricia. “Screening process: From humble start, South End printing company registers one success after another.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.   November 6, 1994. (Concerning: John Macaroco, Robert Lipman)
  • Oliveira, Ric. “100 years old, Russian émigré gives thanks.” The Standard-Times, New      Bedford, Mass. November 24, 1994. (Concerning: Fannie Revzin)
  • “Rabbi Leff hosts family program.” November 5, 1994. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim       Synagogue, Rabbi Bertram Leff, Rabbi Barry David Hartman)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Hanukkah festival gets an early start this year.”  The Standard-          Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 27, 1994. (Concerning: Hanukkah,         Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)

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  • “Holocaust story can never end.” November 25, 1994. (Concerning: Abraham Landau,      Holocaust)
  • Klug, Lisa Alcalay. “Rick sound of Yiddish is revived.” Associated Press, November 4,    1994. (Concerning: Yiddish, Eli Katz)
  • Levesque, David. “Dinner enlivens holidays for elderly.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. December 26, 1994. (Concerning: Isidore Eisner, Christmas)
  • Costa-Crowell, Carol Lee. “Fairhaven sports figure Entin dies.” The Standard-Times,        New Bedford, Mass. December 22, 1994. (Concerning: Melvin Entin)
  • Obituary: Sarah (Fegarsky) Zarr. March 2, 1994.
  • Obituary: David B. Shapiro. May 5, 1994.
  • Obituary: George Kaplan. May 27, 1994.

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  • Obituary: Anna (Finkelstein) Goldstein. April 26, 1994.
  • Obituary: Jennie Winokoor. May 18, 1994.
  • Obituary: Morris H. Cohen. May 20, 1994.
  • Obituary: Helen (Palonsky) Guy. May 19, 1994.
  • Obituary: Hilda Epstein. May 31, 1994.
  • Obituary: Harry Finkelstein. June 3, 1994.
  • Obituary: Pearl R. Levine. June 19, 1994.
  • Obituary: Millicent S. Belinkoff. June 15, 1994.
  • Obituary: Ruth Mutterperl. July 9, 1994.
  • Obituary: Pearl S. Barish. July 27, 1994.
  • Obituary: Rebecca Garbatsky. July 29, 1994.
  • Obituary: Harry Lipman. August 1, 1994.
  • Obituary: Elliot H. Goldberg. July 5, 1994.
  • Obituary: Bradford Portnoy. July 13, 1994.
  • Obituary: Barbara Rusitzky Acosta. July 7, 1994.
  • Obituary: Rebecca Bluma Goldstein. September 17, 1994.
  • Obituary: Adam Douglas Brody. October 30, 1994.
  • Obituary: Rae Bernice Gadon. September 5, 1994.
  • Obituary: Elizabeth Brody. December 1, 1994.
  • Obituary: Hebert Mickelson. September 14, 1994.
  • Obituary: Margot Zolt. November 27, 1994.
  • Obituary: Ida F. (Alpert) Kane. December 19, 1994.
  • Obituary: Rhoda R. Witkind. December 13, 1994.
  • Obituary: Sara B. Silversmith. December 5, 1994. 

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  • Obituary: Ida Florence Cohen. January 19, 1994.
  • Obituary: Herbert E. Witkind. March 16, 1994.
  • Obituary: Ralph D. Lider. January 20, 1994.
  • Obituary: David S. Barnet. July 23, 1994.
  • Obituary: Evelyn C. Topor. January 29, 1994.
  • Obituary: Regina (Frauwirth) Ullman. March 21, 1994.
  • Obituary: Bessie (Nadler) Sokol. January 31, 1994.
  • Obituary: Jennett Winkleman. April 11, 1994.
  • Obituary: Esther Katzman. February 3, 1994.
  • Obituary: Anna Walder. 1994.
  • Obituary: Solomon Horowitz. February 9, 1994.

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  • “Wheelchair-Bound Advocate Finds Homes for Animals.” Senior Scope, January 1994.                (Concerning: Bernice Bromberg)
  • “Levine strikes gold at Maccabi Games.” February 1994. (Concerning: Irving Levine)
  • Lipman, Kenneth and Wil Herrup. “Terrorist act has no legitimacy.” March 1, 1994.          (Concerning: Israel, The Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • Ades, Alan. “President’s Forum.” United Synagogue Review, Spring 1994. (Concerning: Conservative Movement)

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  • Estrella, John. “Holocaust survivor paints painful picture at memorial service.” The            Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 11, 1994. (Concerning: Lea Eliash,         Holocaust)
  • “Book honors French scholar.” April 18, 1994. (Concerning: Dr. Stowell C. Golding, Dr. Melvin B. Yoken, UMass Dartmouth/Amherst)
  • “Remember When?: New Bedford High School, Class of 1944.” Senior Scope, May         1994. (Concerning: Dorothy Lassow, Klein, Marueen Schwartz, Phyllis Kramer             Cronig, Frorence Stein Calef, Ann Kenler, Feinstein, Jesse Epstein, Mirriam       Lampert Hurovitz, Burton Horovitz, Irving Miller, Eli Samuels, Joseph            Kestenbaum, Leon Sadow, Paul Chervinsky)
  • “Clarence A. Cook School, 8th Grade, 1992.” Senior Scope, December 1994.          (Concerning: Irma Lipsitt, Jerome Hertz, Leda Kaplan)

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  • Kort, Carol. “Mavel tov: A Yiddish revival.” The Boston Globe, Boston Mass. 1995.        (Concerning: Yiddish, Aaron Lansky, National Yiddish Book Center)

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  • “Israeli professor to speak on peace process February 1st.” New Bedford, Mass. January    24, 1995. (Concerning: Israel, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Jewish Federation of           Greater New Bedford, Dr. Lazin)
  • “Full-day kindergarten has open house.” July 22, 1995. (Concerning: The New Bedford    Jewish Community Early Childhood Center)
  • Brown, Pamela G. “Oh, the changes he has seen: Richard Walder recalls nearly four          decades at UMD.” January 25, 1995. (Concerning: Richard Walder, UMass      Dartmouth)
  • Ibelle, Bill. “Friends remember city philanthropist as generous, quiet man.”  The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 9, 1995. (Concerning: Samuel       Ades) 

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  • Boyle, Maureen. “Couple found love amid ashes of despair.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. February 14, 1995. (Concerning: Freda and Abraham Landau)
  • Halliwell, Carolina. “Saxon’s: 3 moves for 3 generations.” The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass. March 5, 1995. (Concerning: Joel Kaplan, Sydney Kaplan,   Samuel Kaplan)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Area Jews to celebrate Purim: Observance this week is time of joy.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 11, 1995. (Concerning: Purim, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Passover observance of flight from Egypt opens at sunset Friday.” April 10, 1995.           (Concerning: Passover, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)

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  • “Rabbi who is Asia expert to talk: Event honors late city attorney.” April 24, 1995.            (Concerning: Dr. Noah Feldman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “Harry Silverstein of Dartmouth is studying in Moscow this semester as part of Boston     University’s Moscow Internship Program.” April 26, 1995. (Concerning: Harry   Silverstein)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Changes is theme of Judaic event.” The Standard-Times, New           Bedford, Mass. May 28, 1995. (Concerning: UMass Dartmouth, Dr. Robert P.         Waxler, Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • “Area Jews to begin Shavuot festival.” June 3, 1995. (Concerning: Shavuot, Tifereth         Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Ackerman, John H. “Honored city pianist plays to stay young.”  The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. June 4, 1995. (Concerning: Lily Dumont)
  • “Local student selected for internship in Russia.” May 4, 1995. (Concerning: Harry           Silverstein)
  • “Plenty to Celebrate.” June 1995. (Concerning: New Bedford Jewish Community Early    Childhood Center)
  • Thomas, Rachel G. “Woman helps others, but in a quiet manner.” The Standard-Times,     New Bedford, Mass. June 19, 1995. (Concerning: anonymous)

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  • “Observance features Holocaust survivor.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.       May 5, 1995. (Concerning: Berek Jakubowicz)
  • “Art exhibition celebrating Israel opens Thursday.” May 7, 1995. (Concerning: Israel         Independence Day, Evelyn Baum, Peter London, Judith Klein, Tifereth Israel       Synagogue)
  • “Local artists win top honors.” May 22, 1995. (Concerning: Claire Hurwitz, Mary Lindenberg, Dorothy Wall)
  • “Providence - Andrew J. Baroll of the investment firm Paine Webber has been appointed to the Massachusetts Society of CPA’s Financial and Estate Planning       Committee.” June 4, 1995. (Concerning: Andrew J. Baroll)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Rabbi will be honored Friday: Retiring after 25 years’ service at        Tifereth Israel Synagogue.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 6,      1995. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Rabbi honored at retirement service.” June 11, 1995. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard            Glassman, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Ahavath     Achim Synagogue)
  • “Jewish federation prepares for annual meeting, dinner.” June 17, 1995. (Concerning:        The Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • “New Bedford - Lisa Portnoy and Mark Stein were married May 28 at Tifereth Israel        Synagogue by Rabbi Bernard Glassman.” July 9, 1995. (Concerning: Lisa Portnoy, Mark Stein)
  • “Chatham - Lori Beth Rubin and John Joseph Burke III were married May 28 at the          Wequassett Inn by Rabbi David Kudan and the Rev. Paul Keyes.” August 6,    1995. (Concerning: Lori Beth Rubin, John Joseph Burke III)

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  • O’Connor, Patricia. “Silverstein’s keeps the faith: Family tradition strong after 95 business years.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 5, 1995.   (Concerning: Stephen Silverstein, Jay Silverstein, David Silverstein)
  • “City man re-elected to top post: 800 conservative synagogues vote.” November 18,          1995. (Concerning: Alan A. Ades, United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism)
  • Artist wins in F.R.” December 11, 1995. (Concerning: Claire Hurwitz)
  • “UMass staff, faculty honored with awards.” December 14, 1995. (Concerning: Dr. Mel   Yoken, UMass Dartmouth)
  • Boyle, Maureen. “Lest we forget: Local Holocaust survivors add their memories to video archive.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 16, 1995. (Concerning: Holocaust, Abraham Landau, Freda Landau)

Page 153

  • “Hanukkah festival to be celebrated.” December 16, 1995. (Concerning: Hanukkah,          Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “Dartmouth - Mary J. Nicolo and attorney Barett A. Hurwitz were married July 4 at the    Hawthorne Country Club, North Dartmouth, in a joint ceremony by Cantor Eliot          Hurvitz and the Rev. Stephen Salvador.” December 17, 1995. (Concerning: Mary   J. Nicolo, Barett A Hurwitz)
  • “Local artists win awards.” December 18, 1995. (Concerning: Mary Lindenberg, Dorothy             Wall, Elsie Beth Dupras, Claire Hurwitz)
  • Rosenberg, Helene. “New Americans.” Jewish Messenger, December 1995. (Concerning: Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • Forman, Preston P. “Holiday dinner aids needy, lonely: Food fills body, spirit at St.          John’s.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 26, 1995. (Concerning: New Bedford Council on Aging and Coastline Regional Elderly          Nutrition Program, Sharon Gothesman, Harriet Gothesman)

Page 154

  • “Those nominated for the first annual Standard-Times Man of the Year award in   Southeastern Massachusetts.” December 29, 1995. (Concerning: Kolman Shapira,            Dr. Mel Yoken, Stan Lipp)
  • Obituary: Elias Kleger. February 5, 1995.
  • Obituary: Meyer Roseman. February 22, 1995.
  • Obituary: Morris E. Fox. January 12, 1995.
  • Obituary: Helen Davis. January 15, 1995.
  • Obituary: Irving K. Abramson. February 5, 1995.
  • Obituary: Isidore Gibbs. February 23, 1995.
  • Obituary: Herbert W. Savit. March 18, 1995.
  • Obituary: Ida G. Epstein. March 30 1995.
  • Obituary: Paul H. Gollis. March 23, 1995.
  • Obituary: Berthe Lopez. March 24, 1995.
  • Obituary: Coleman Lipman. March 30, 1995.
  • Obituary: Dr. Stanton Belinkoff. April 19, 1995.
  • Obituary: James Shill. April 26, 1995.
  • Obituary: Rose Beyer. May 13, 1995.
  • Obituary: Samuel D. Ades. February 7, 1995.
  • Obituary: Sophie Lassow. June 18, 1995.
  • Obituary: Alice Wolfe. May 22, 1995.
  • Obituary: Eva L. Meyer. July 5, 1995.
  • Obituary: Meyer R. Goldstein. July 11, 1995.
  • Obituary: Lottie Geller. July 12, 1995.
  • Obituary: Ida L. Epstein. July 15, 1995.
  • Obituary: Dr. Morton F. Meltzer. August 2, 1995.
  • Obituary: Lilyan (Levin) Joblon. August 2, 1995.

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  • Obituary: Max Rothkopf. August 20, 1995.
  • Obituary: Jonathan B. Waxler. August 21, 1995.
  • Obituary: Marcia H. Nefussy. August 27, 1995.
  • Obituary: Samuel Cramer. September 10, 1995.
  • Obituary: Alexander J. Walder. September 11, 1995.
  • Obituary: Fannie Revzin. September 12, 1995.
  • Obituary: Robert Rosenberg. September 16, 1995.
  • Obituary: Harry Cohen. October 23, 1995.
  • Obituary: Lillian R. Gordon. November 7, 1995.
  • Obituary: Benjamin Mazza. November 16, 1995.
  • Obituary: Helen Ruth Horvitz. November 26, 1995.
  • Obituary: Barry Gordon. December 4, 1995.
  • “Local business Vincent P. Sylvia has been elected to the Board of Trustees of Compass   Bank.” February 4, 1996. (Concerning: Vincent P. Sylvia)
  • Boyle, Maureen. “Slaying probe breaks: City man held in Freetown case.” The Standard-  Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 4, 1996. (Concerning: Henry Cohen,           Timothy J. Imbriglio)
  • “Louis Barry Russell & David E. Russell are pleased to announce that Michael P. Russell has become associated with the firm of Rusitzky & Russell.” February 11, 1996.           (Concerning: Louis Barry Russell, David E. Russell, Michael P. Russell)
  • “Jewish leader brings Purim reading to Bosnia.” March 2, 1996. (Concerning: Purim,         Alan A. Ades, Bosnia, United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism)

Page 156

  • “National Council of Jewish Women.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. June    22, 1995. (Concerning: National Council of Jewish Women)
  • “City native overseer for ballet.” August 7, 1995. (Concerning: Brenda Scheinman            Winston)
  • “Former city man lauded for career.” June 25, 1995. (Concerning: Kurt Kleinmann)
  • “New Bedford - Jeffrey L. Raymon, CPA, has been appointed to chair a working group   of CPA’s by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.” August 26,    1995. (Concerning: Jeffrey L. Raymon)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish women’s council marks chapter’s 80th anniversary.” The         Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 15, 1995. (Concerning: National Council of Jewish Women, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Gail Gallagher)

Page 157

  • Ackerman, John. “City doctor to talk about working in a real ‘Shangri-La’.” The    Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 17, 1995. (Concerning: Dr. Gilbert Shapiro)
  • “Roberta Barnet Honored.” Jewish Messenger, September/October 1995. (Concerning:     Roberta Barnet)
  • “NCJW Celebrates 80th Anniversary.” Jewish Messenger, September 1995. (Concerning:   National Council of Jewish Women, Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Tifereth Israel             Synagogue)
  • “Two to be honored at Simchat Torah.” October 14, 1995. (Concerning: Simchat Torah,    Shemini Azereth, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Bernard Glassman, Ahavath         Achim Synagogue, Rabbi Barry David Hartman)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Special services set for Jewish New Year.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. September 25, 1995. (Concerning: Rosh Hashanah, Yom       Kippur, High Holy Days, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “Free Public Library installs new officers.” 1995. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel         Synagogue, Mady Scheinmen, Rebecca Mendes, Roberta S. Garnet)
  • “Tifereth Israel welcomes new spiritual leader.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,         Mass. September 26, 1995. (Concerning: Rabbi Moshe Ulmer, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Bernard Glassman)   
  • “Expert on law weekend guest.” November 4, 1995. (Concerning: Harry Reicher, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)

Page 158

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Passover services scheduled tonight in city’s synagogue.” The           Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 3, 1996. (Concerning: Passover,             Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Moshe Ulmer)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Celebration of Purim begins Monday.” The Standard-Times, New     Bedford, Mass. March 3, 1996. (Concerning: Purim, Ahavath Achim Synagogue,    Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Moshe Ulmer, Rabbi Barry David Hartman)
  • “President’s Forum.” United Synagogue Review, Spring 1996. (Concerning: Alan Ades)
  • Fehrenbacher, Gretchen. “A common ‘Saudade’.”The Standard-Times, New Bedford,      Mass. January 14, 1996. (Concerning: Sephardic Jews, Portuguese, Spanish, Cape       Verdian, UMass Dartmouth, Robert P. Waxler)

Page 159

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Three area women to receive adult Bat Mitzvah in Saturday   Ceremony.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 11, 1996.          (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, adult Bat Mitzvah, Sheri Kaufman,             Linda Lilienfeld, Susan Wing Markson)
  • Oliveira, Ric. “Group seeks stories to define Portuguese/Jewish link.” The Standard-         Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 15, 1996. (Concerning: Sephardic Jews,         Portuguese, Spanish, Cape Verdian, UMass Dartmouth)
  •  “Holy Chasin, daughter of Claire and Harod Hurwitz of Dartmouth, was recently named             one of the 15 most…” May 19, 1996. (Concerning: Holy Chasin)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Area Jews preparing for Yom Kippur Sunday.” The Standard-           Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 21, 1996. (Concerning: Yom Kippur, High     Holy Days, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Forman, Preston P. “Klezmer band performs locally to mark Israel Independence Day.”    The Standard-            Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 12, 1996. (Concerning:     Wholesale Klezmer Band, Yiddish, Israel)
  • “Nefussy-Trudeau - Attorney and Mrs. Eli Nefussy of 19 Whiteweed Drive, North           Dartmouth, announce the engagement of their daughter, Debra Ann, to John     Douglas Trudeau, son of Doug Trudeau and Corolyn Cortright of Watseka, III.”        May 19, 1996. (Concerning: Debra Ann, John Dougles Trudeau)
  • “Ramos-Alpert - Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sturtevant of 22 Briercliffe Road, Fairhaven, and     Linda Sturtevant of 196-D Bryant Lane, New Bedford, announce the enganement    of their daughter, Karen Ann Ramos, to Michael Charles Alpert…” May 19,   1996. (Concerning: Karen Ann Ramos, Michael Charles Alpert)
  • “Brown University graduate Jana Kate Lipman, daughter of Mr. Kenneth Lipman and      Ms. Evelyn Baum of Fairhaven, was selected as a 1995-1996 resource scholar at          Brown.” August 14, 1996. (Concerning: Jana Kate Lipman)
  • “Jewish history expert to speak in New Bedford.” May 31, 1996. (Concerning: Dr. Louis H. Feldman, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Vilanova, PA. - judith Amy Barnet and Blake Woodward Doney were married May 4 at             The Willows by Judge John Murray III.” June 9, 1996. (Concerning: Judith Amy          Barnet, Blake Woodward Doney)
  • Yoken, Cynthia. “Student play celebrates Polish heroine.” May 29, 2006. (Concerning:     New Bedford, World War II)  
  • Galitsky, Howard. “Youngsters had a fine start at Rodman.” New Bedford, Mass. July 1,             1996. (Concerning: Rodman School)

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  • McNamara, Bill. “Sharing words from memorial.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,     Mass. May 17, 1999. (Concerning: Abraham Landau)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish Shavuot celebration begins today.” The Standard-Times,        New Bedford, Mass. 1999. (Concerning: Shavuot, Tifereth Israel Synagogue,         Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “Pencils Inc. draws award.” July 5, 1999. (Concerning: Samuel Palestine, Steven Mazza,   Pencils Inc.)
  • “Jewish veterans plan Memorial Day activities.” May 28, 1999. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans, Dr. Myer Halpren)
  • “UMass-born program grows up.” June 17, 1999. (Dr. Robert P. Waxler, UMass    Dartmouth, Changing Lives Through Literature)
  • Oliveira, Ric. “Alvin Glaser, businessman and altruist.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. September 14, 1996. (Concerning: Alvin Glaser)
  • Hickok, Maave. “Recent college grad took her time.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,            Mass. July 6, 1999. (Concerning: Phyllis Mayer, UMass Dartmouth)

Page 161

  • Lovinger, Robert. “One man, one cause: A decorated hero of the French Resistance,         Andre Scheinmann fought the Nazis - as a soldier, spy, and death camp prisoner.”         The Standard- Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 27, 1999. (Concerning: Andre      Scheinmann, World War II, French Resistance, Nazis)

Page 162

  • Boyle, Maureen. “Judge Jack London, 83; compassionate jurist harbored a soft heart.”      The Standard-            Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 14, 1996. (Concerning:       Judge Jack London)
  • Boyle, Maureen. “Probe into city man’s death continues.” The Standard-Times, New         Bedford, Mass. 1996. (Concerning: Henry Cohen)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Service to honor Holocaust survivor.” The Standard-  Times, New     Bedford, Mass. October 5, 1996. (Concerning: Abraham Landau, Holocaust,           Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Simchat Torah) 
  • Boyle, Maureen. “Police look to autopsy to solve mystery of body.” The Standard-            Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 1996. (Concerning: Henry Cohen)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Rabbi author to speak this weekend.” The Standard-Times, New       Bedford, Mass. October 28, 1996. (Concerning: Rabbi Benjamin Blech, Ahavath     Achim Synagogue)
  • Boyle, Maureen. “City man who disappeared was strangled.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. November 1996. (Concerning: Henry Cohen)

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  • Continued from page 162. “Body: Autopsy today in mystery death.”
  • White, Natalie. “Urology has become one hot specialty.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. October 8, 1996. (Concerning: Dr. Sidney M. Feldman)
  • “Program to explore Sephardic heritage.” October 24, 1996. (Concerning: Sephardic          heritage, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Judith Wax, Lesle Kulbach,   Louis Gitlin, Antone Souza, Keith Stokes, Theresa Stokes)
  • “Thanksgiving celebration.” October 14, 1995. (Concerning: Sukkot, Cantor Shira Belfer,             New Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood Center)

Page 164

  • Boyle, Maureen. “Family searches for ex-store owner who has been missing since Tuesday.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 8, 1996.       (Concerning: Henry Cohen)
  • Corey, William. “Police dogs find missing man’s body: Authorities tight-lipped on likely   cause of death.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 16, 1996.   (Concerning: Henry Cohen)
  • Boyle, Maureen. “Missing man’s car found in Freetown: Has been seen in doughnut shop             parking lot since Tuesday afternoon.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.         November 9, 1996. (Concerning: Henry Cohen)
  • Costa-Crowell, Carol Lee. “A generation’s generosity passed by.” The Standard-Times,    New Bedford, Mass. November 12, 1996. (Concerning: Jack Eisner)

Page 165

  • Boyle, Maureen. “New Bedford man missing more than 1 week; no leads.” The Standard-            Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 13, 1996. (Concerning: Henry Cohen)
  • Boyle, Maureen. “City man who disappeared was strangled.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. November 19, 1996. (Concerning: Henry Cohen)
  • Boyle, Maureen. “Probe into city man’s death continues.” The Standard-Times, New         Bedford, Mass. November 20, 1996. (Concerning: Henry Cohen)
  • Da Costa-Fernandes, Manuela. “Vaults of secrecy: Holocaust families frustrated by Swiss            banks.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 19, 1996.             (Concerning: Holocaust, World War II, Swiss banks, Andre Scheinmann)

Page 166

  • White, Natalie. “Sound effects: Benefit concert offers a night of stellar jazz talent.” The   Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 21, 1996. (Concerning: Danny       Schwartz)
  • Fehrenbacher, Gretchen. “For 14 years, Westport Point has a “secret” that everyone           seemed to know…” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1996. (Concerning: Spinner Publication, Westport rum running)

Page 167

  • Eisner, Jack. “Paper told the story of our lives.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,         Mass. November 26, 1996. (Concerning: The Standard-Times, Jack Eisner, south       coast Jewish community)
  • O’Connor, Patricia. “Not your average expansion: Popular area restaurant seeks 20 new     locations.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 24, 1996.             (Concerning: Stephen Silverstein, Tim Quinn)

Page 168

  • Rocha, Charlene. “Come on, be a friend: New Bedford library organization is looking for             a new generation of members.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.            November 30, 1996. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Friends of the New          Bedford Free Public Library)
  • O’Connor, Patricia. “Hall of Fame to honor 5 for service.” The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass. December 1, 1996. (Kevin C. Bryant, Melvyn A. Holland,   William T. Kennedy, Barney Frank, Anne Blum Brengle)
  • “Salem - Elizabeth Faith Sterns and Kenneth Grant Ackerman were married Sept. 7 at the            Peobody Essex Museum by Judge George Jacobs.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass.  December 1, 1996. (Concerning: Elizabeth Faith Stern, Kenneth   Grant Ackerman, Judge George Jacobs)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Area Jews prepare for Hanukkah.”  The Standard-Times, New           Bedford, Mass. November 30, 1996. (Concerning: Hanukkah, Tifereth Israel            Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)

Page 169

  • Thomas, Rachel G. “Eisner legacy will continue this Christmas.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. December 4, 1996. (Concerning: Isidore Eisner, Anne            Eisner, Christmas)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Interfaith service focuses on children.” The Standard-Times, New     Bedford, Mass. December 7, 1996. (Concerning: UMass Dartmouth, interfaith)
  • Castrone, Linda. “Reaping the Rewards of Age: A couple offers to show the elderly how             to inspire social esteem as sources of advice, wisdom and spiritual guidance.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. Scripps Howard News, December 12,             1996. (Concerning: Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, Eve Ilsen)

Page 170

  • Humphrey, Anne L. “Lighting the way.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.          December 9, 1996. (Concerning: Hanukkah, Matt Hanson, Adam Hanson, Gary            Brown, Judy Brown, Manny Asser, Anita Asser)
  • Schwartz, Mary. “First Christmas in America (abridged version).”  The Standard-Times,    New Bedford, Mass. December 20, 1996. (Concerning: Mary Schwartz)
  • “Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel holds discussion on domestic violence.”  The Standard-       Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 23, 1996. (Concerning: Sisterhood of     Tifereth Israel)

Page 171

  • “Yiddish culture series begins January 5.” December 29, 1996. (Concerning: Ahavath        Achim Synagogue, Yiddish, Dr. Ze’ev Raviv)
  • Walsh, Michael J. “Your view - Holocaust survivor impressive, inspiring.” December 31,               1996. (Concerning: Abraham Landau, Holocaust)
  • Stewardson, Jack. “City native founded tracking company.”  The Standard-Times,            New Bedford, Mass. December 30, 1996. (Concerning: Dr. Irwin Jacobs)
  • “Holocaust survivor donates papers.” December 30, 1996. (Concerning: Abraham Landau, Holocaust)

Page 172

  • Obituary: Shirley R. Levine. January 6, 1996.
  • Obituary: David I. Sachs. January 5, 1997.
  • Obituary: Robert H. Lesco. January 6, 1996.
  • Obituary: Leon E. Finger. January 6, 1996.
  • Obituary: Sadie Silver. January 19, 1996.
  • Obituary: Milton Gollis. January 20, 1996.
  • Obituary: Ida Gerson. January 29, 1996.
  • Obituary: Marion Barroll. January 31, 1996.
  • Obituary: Albert Roderick Jr. February 3, 1996.
  • Obituary: Milton Horvitz. April 4, 1996.
  • Obituary: Jacob Schultz. April 4, 1996.
  • Obituary: Doris Goldstein. March 13, 1996.
  • Obituary: Brian David Benlifer. February 12, 1996.
  • Obituary: Rose Kalstein. March 16, 1996.
  • Obituary: Anne Rosenberg. May 7, 1997.
  • Obituary: Esther F. Bor. June 4, 1996.
  • Obituary: Allan L. Gollis. June 5, 1996.
  • Obituary: Nannette T. Shwartz. July 13, 1992.
  • Obituary: Evelyn Shapiro. July 13, 1996.
  • Obituary: Eleanor Danis. July 21, 1996.
  • Obituary: Beatrice Marshall. July 28, 1996.
  • Obituary: Edward W. Lider. July 30, 1996.
  • Obituary: William Greenstein. August 3, 1996.

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  • Obituary: Rose (Horvitz) Feldman. August 26, 1996.
  • Obituary: Sally Herstoff Krasner. August 19, 1996.
  • Obituary: Netta Sanitsky. September 11, 1996.
  • Obituary: Rose Kroudvird. October 24, 1996.
  • Obituary: Alvin Glaser. September 15, 1996.
  • Obituary: Sara Portnoy. September 21, 1996.
  • Obituary: Sadye G. Flink. November 7, 1996.
  • Obituary: Fanny T. Rosenthal. November 9, 1996.
  • Obituary: Jack London. September 13, 1996.
  • Obituary: Arthur Goldys. October 26, 1996.
  • Obituary: Albert Lasher. November 10, 1996.
  • Obituary: Florence A. Dobson. November 23, 1996.
  • Obituary: Henry Cohen. November 15, 1996.
  • Obituary: Ben Slater. November 18, 1996.
  • Obituary: Florence A. Dobson. November 23, 1996.
  • Obituary: Mildred S. Haffer. December 18, 1996.
  • Obituary: David S. Koffman. November 25, 1996.
  • Obituary: Charles Glicksman. December 1, 1996.
  • Obituary: Samuel L. Lipman. December 13, 1996.

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  • Obituary: Esther Rubin. Jan 9, 1985.
  • Obituary: Nathaniel S. Lassow. January 11, 1985.
  • Obituary: Etta Kroudvird. February, 26, 1985.
  • Obituary: Dora C. Leen. 1985.
  • Obituary: Jack Danis. 1985.
  • Obituary: Solomon Sokol. 1985.
  • Obituary: Katherine Mackler. July 23, 1985.
  • Obituary: Harold Alberts. May 29, 1985.
  • Obituary: Leon I. Dobson. June 18, 1985.
  • Obituary: Esther R. Goldberg. 1985.
  • Obituary: Joseph I Nisson. June 25, 1985.
  • Obituary: Walter Mindus. 1985.
  • Obituary: Mildred D. Berkowitz. July 28, 1985.
  • Obituary: Raphael Mutterperl. August 7, 1985.
  • Obituary: Anna Levy. November 14, 1985.
  • Obituary: Philip Barnet. November 17, 1985.
  • Obituary: Merton Wainer. November 27, 1985.
  • Obituary: Jacob J. Asekoff. November 23, 1985.
  • Obituary: Claire Scheinmann. 1985.
  • Obituary: Leah Jaslow. December 5, 1985.

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  • Obituary: Dr. Abraham Portnoy. January 19, 1986.
  • Obituary: Ruth Shwartz. 1986.
  • Obituary: Tillie Cronig. 1986.
  • Obituary: Gary E. Gedacht. 1986.
  • Obituary: Amelia Sara Katz. February 16, 1986.
  • Obituary: Lillian Shuster. 1986.
  • Obituary: Pamela Kaplan. 1986.
  • Obituary: Sidney Levine. March 3, 1986.
  • Obituary: Julius Goldberg. March 4, 1986.
  • Obituary: Minnie Silverman. March 27, 1986.
  • Obituary: William S. Greenberg. May 26, 1986.
  • Obituary: Esther Shapiro. July 24, 1986.
  • Obituary: Joseph G. Wolf. April 11, 1986.
  • Obituary: Anna Bronspiegel. September 9, 1986.
  • Obituary: Annie Gotlib. September 4, 1986.
  • Obituary: George Alpert. July 17, 1986.
  • Obituary: George B. Goodman. August 13, 1986.
  • Obituary: Julius Picard. September 30, 1986.
  • Obituary: Arnold L. Mickelson. September 1, 1986.
  • Obituary: Ethel M. Kaplan. September 11, 1986.
  • Obituary: Alice Kleger. September 16, 1986.
  • Obituary: David Henry Goldys. September 27, 1986.
  • Obituary: Maurice D. Kenler. September 26, 1986.

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  • Obituary: Fannie Bowdan. October 11, 1986.
  • Obituary: Eleanor Handler. October 12, 1986.
  • Obituary: Helen Israel. October 28, 1986.
  • Obituary: Jennie Moldowsky. October 21, 1986.
  • Obituary: Ruth Malick. November 3, 1986.
  • Obituary: Charlotte Pekow. November 25, 1986.
  • Obituary: Lillian M. Glassman. November 27, 1986.
  • Obituary: Sylvia Shulman. November 26, 1986.
  • Obituary: Rose Lippman. December 20, 1986
  • Obituary: Roselin Raffman. December 22, 1986.
  • Obituary: Lillian Weiner. January 13, 1987.
  • Obituary: William Blume. January 11, 1987.
  • Obituary: Esau Levin. January 17, 1987.
  • Obituary: Joseph Katz. February 1, 1987.
  • Obituary: Isidore Shuster. February 8, 1987.
  • Obituary: Jack Mickelson. February 15, 1987.
  • Obituary: Gussie Feingold. February 18, 1987.
  • Obituary: Carl F. Victor. February 25, 1987.
  • Obituary: Anna Ambush. March 3, 1987.
  • Obituary: Samuel Shaer. March 4, 1988.
  • Obituary: Bruce J. Shanbrun. March 11, 1987.
  • Obituary: Esther Barnet. April 12, 1987.
  • Obituary: William Israel. March 18, 1987.
  • Obituary: Mervin B. Helfand. March 30, 1988.
  • Obituary: Louis Barroll. April 29, 1987.
  • Obituary: Philip Berkman. April 29, 1987.
  • Obituary: Abraham Goldin. April 25, 1987.
  • Obituary: Harold Leen. May 10, 1987.

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  • Obituary: Shepard L. Salon. January 22, 1987.
  • Obituary: Rose Shuster. May 8, 1987.
  • Obituary: Mildred Levovsky. May 5, 1987.
  • Obituary: Henry Large. June 19, 1987.
  • Obituary: Lillian (Curhan) Pure. June 23, 1987.
  • Obituary: Clara D. Rusitzky. July 8, 1987.
  • Obituary: Samuel Bebchick. July 9, 1987.
  • Obituary: Louis Alpert. July 11, 1987.
  • Obituary: Molly Bronspiegel. July 26, 1987.
  • Obituary: Benjamin Meyer. July 28, 1987.
  • Obituary: Edward I. Lumianski. August 9, 1987.
  • Obituary: Sheldon P. Goodman. October 13, 1987.
  • Obituary: Albert Goldstein. October 3, 1987.
  • Obituary: Sylvia W. Tuck. October 2, 1987.
  • Obituary: Louis Chafitz. August 2, 1987.
  • Obituary: Eva Sadow. August 11, 1987.
  • Obituary: Ada R. Wagenfeld. September 13, 1987.
  • Obituary: Abram Rusitzky. November 20, 1987.
  • Obituary: Lillian Sher. October 28, 1987.
  • Obituary: Leonard Epstein. October 6, 1987.
  • Obituary: Gertrude Rosen. November 15, 1987.
  • Obituary: Morris Davidson. December 22, 1987.
  • Obituary: Sheldon Schwartz. December 15, 1987.
  • Obituary: Benjamin Black. December 3, 1987.
  • Obituary: Lena Manan. November 9, 1987.
  • Obituary: Mitchell. I. Jackson. November 2, 1987.
  • Obituary: Jacole S. Rubin. October 24, 1987.

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  • Obituary: Leo Goldberg. November 22, 1987.
  • Obituary: Bessie (Krasnow) Zeman. January 12, 1988.
  • Obituary: Donald S. Bloomberg. February 9, 1988.
  • Obituary: Janet (Modiano) Feld. March 18, 1988.
  • Obituary: Pearl Weinstein. March 20, 1988.
  • Obituary: Rose Lubchansky. June 17, 1988.
  • Obituary: Dr. Samuel R. Manelis. June 18, 1988.
  • Obituary: Nathan Levinson. June 16, 1988.
  • Obituary: Arthur Bishins. June 23, 1988.
  • Obituary: Paul Handler. July 9, 1988.
  • Obituary: Leda Ann (Kaplan) Masterson. July 23, 1988.
  • Obituary: Hazel Scheck. July 23, 1988.
  • Obituary: Celia Elizabeth (Altman) Shief. July 25, 1988.
  • Obituary: Barry Levow. August 5, 1988.
  • Obituary: Arthur Bishins. June 23, 1988.
  • Obituary: Beverly Udis. September 2, 1988.
  • Obituary: George Joblon. November 20, 1988.
  • Obituary: Estelle (Eisenberg) Caplan. September 20, 1988.
  • Obituary: Robin Mindy Alberts. November 8, 1988.
  • Obituary: Nettie Pernick. August 31, 1988.
  • Obituary: Emile Miller. September 1, 1988.
  • Obituary: Edward B. Novick. November 24, 1988.
  • Obituary: Rose Kestenbaum. November 27, 1988.
  • Obituary: Gordon Handler. October 16, 1988.
  • Obituary: Martha Cohen. November 12, 1988.
  • Obituary: Frederick Gerstein. November 14, 1988.
  • Obituary: Rose Blume. December 8, 1988. 

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  • Obituary: Max Osofsky. November 27, 1988.
  • Obituary: William Abeshaus. December 2, 1988.
  • Obituary: Frieda Shapiro. December 11, 1988.
  • Obituary: Morris Simms. December 13, 1988.
  • Obituary: Rose (Bardin) Lesco. December 20, 1988.
  • Obituary: Jean (Feingold) Kleinberg. February 9, 1989.
  • Obituary: Annie (Alpert) Herman. February 9, 1989.
  • Obituary: Edward Bor. February 23, 1989.
  • Obituary: Seth Harris Feldman. December 22, 1988.
  • Obituary: Eugene W. Goldfarb. March 25, 1989.
  • Obituary: Anna Miriam (Rubin) Silverstein. April 2, 1989.
  • Obituary: Samuel Lippman. April 28, 1989.
  • Obituary: Edward I. Israel. February 24, 1989.
  • Obituary: David Dolinsky. March 1, 1989.
  • Obituary: Louis Mickelson. May 4, 1989.
  • Obituary: Dorothy (Shkolnick) Mickelson. May 3, 1989.
  • Obituary: Irma M. (Sachs) Samet. May 8, 1989.
  • Obituary: Samuel Silver. May 10, 1989.
  • Obituary: Minnie Gartzman. March 30, 1989.
  • Obituary: Beatrice S. Epstein. May 5, 1989.
  • Obituary: Sarah Goodman. May 10, 1989.
  • Obituary: Yetta M. Friedman. May 11, 1989.
  • Obituary: Ruth Bederow. May 17, 1989.
  • Obituary: Evelyn Abramson. May 27, 1989.
  • Obituary: Seymour Kaplan. June 8, 1989
  • Obituary: Bertha Razon. May 17, 1989.

Page 180

  • Obituary: Norman L. Alberts. June 16, 1989.
  • Obituary: Arnold Howard Shuster. June 24, 1989.
  • Obituary: Abraham B. Kalstein. July 4, 1989.
  • Obituary: Samuel M. Pildis. July 5, 1989.
  • Obituary: Eva Rothkopf. July 24, 1989.
  • Obituary: Irene (Jacobson) Held. July 26, 1989.
  • Obituary: Abe Weinstein. August 4, 1989.
  • Obituary: Jule (Susman) Rusitzky. August 18, 1989.
  • Obituary: Shirley L. (Pustilnick) McGarry. August 30, 1989.
  • Obituary: Charlotte A. Herman. September 19, 1989.
  • Obituary: Shirley (Mendelsohn) Ceisler. October 3, 1989.
  • Obituary: Stuart A. Mayer. October 11, 1989.
  • Obituary: Fred Horenstein. October 12, 1989.
  • Obituary: Elsie Sommerfeld. October 28, 1989.
  • Obituary: Dr. Samuel Goldfarb. October 31, 1989.
  • Obituary: Ben Pliskin. October 22, 1989.
  • Obituary: David Goodman. November 7, 1989.
  • Obituary: Theresa Minkin. November 8, 1989.
  • Obituary: Sydney L. Horvitz. December 15, 1989.
  • Obituary: Edward A. Friedberg. December 26, 1989.
  • Obituary: Lester M. May. December 19, 1989.
  • Obituary: Dorothy A. Estner. January 7, 1990.
  • Obituary: Morris Shkolnick. January 19, 1990.
  • Obituary: Sidney Cohen. January 31, 1990.
  • Obituary: Marjorie Selig. January 20, 1990.
  • Obituary: Harry Lipman. February 1, 1990.
  • Obituary: Lena Garbatsky. January 21, 1990.
  • Obituary: Selig L. Lesnoy. January 24, 1990.

Page 181

  • Obituary: Joel Karten. 1990.
  • Obituary: Dr. Maw Weinshel. February 2, 1990.
  • Obituary: Jason E. Levine. February 8, 1990.
  • Obituary: Harold M. Rosen. October 19, 1990.
  • Obituary: Joseph K. Bloomberg. February 10, 1990.
  • Obituary: Joseph H. Feingold. May 29, 1990.
  • Obituary: Anna Mickelson. May 16, 1990.
  • Obituary: Celia Long. March 31, 1990.
  • Obituary: Sidney Chaskes. February 14, 1990.
  • Obituary: Perry A. Sokoll. July 22, 1990.
  • Obituary: Harry L. Weiner. August 5, 1990.
  • Obituary: Ida (Leibovitz) Abrahams. June 12, 1990.
  • Obituary: Fannie Kaner-Delinsky. November 4, 1990.
  • Obituary: Marvin D. Silverman. November 10, 1990.
  • Obituary: Lester Finkelstein. August 29, 1990.
  • Obituary: Leona G. Rubin. August 26, 1990.
  • Obituary: Tessie M. Schwartz. August 24, 1990.
  • Obituary: Dr. Morris E. Rubin. July 18, 1990.
  • Obituary: Jack M. Rosenberg. April 10, 1990.
  • Obituary: Leo Schwartz. September 25, 1990.
  • Obituary: Ruth Sadow. October 5, 1990.
  • Obituary: Rose (Bellinger) Davidson. October 23, 1990.
  • Obituary: Morris L. Hamburg. October 29, 1990.
  • Obituary: Milton Black. November 19, 1990.
  • Obituary: Samuel Epstein. November 19, 1990.

Page 182

  • Obituary: Harry Kaller. November 16, 1990.
  • Obituary: Robert L. Genensky. November 26, 1990.
  • Obituary: Abram S. Kenler. December 1, 1990.
  • Obituary: Haskell Handler. January 11, 1991.
  • Obituary: Dr. E. Nochimow. January 15, 1991.
  • Obituary: Ethel Wishnet. January 25, 1991.
  • Obituary: Esther S. Friedberg. April 16, 1991.
  • Obituary: Janette G. (Linder) Goldsmith. March 13, 1991.
  • Obituary: Estelle T. Finkel. March 11, 1991.
  • Obituary: Julia Levinson. March 9, 1991.
  •  Obituary: Harry Cohen. March 8, 1991.
  • Obituary: Tillie Levine. March 3, 1991.
  • Obituary: Susie Mackler. February 22, 1991.
  • Obituary: Esther (Charak) Margolis.
  • Obituary: Benjamin Lischner. May 10, 1991.
  • Obituary: Marie Golenpaul. May 30, 1991.
  • Obituary: Lester Palestine. February 5, 1991.
  • Obituary: Sanford Goldstein. April 28, 1991.
  • Obituary: Annette B. Lipman. May 9, 1991.
  • Obituary: Mildred Kaufmann. June 24, 1991.
  • Obituary: Regina (Birnbaum) Lipp. July 1, 1991.
  • Obituary: Naoni L. (Lufkin) Roth. July 14, 1991.
  • Obituary: Esther S. Kaplan. June 26, 1991.
  • Obituary: Donald Kaplan. July 16, 1991.
  • Obituary: Samuel Delinsky. October 7, 1991.
  • Obituary: Dora Glassman. September 4, 1991.
  • Obituary: Morris A. Rosenberg. August 30, 1991.
  • Obituary: Pauline (Slom) Vexler. August 30, 1991.
  • Obituary: Sadie Siegel. August 25, 1991.
  • Obituary: Dorothy Welch. September 10, 1991.
  • Obituary: Hyman J. Falk. September 17, 1991.
  • Obituary: Morris A. Rosenberg. August 30, 1991.
  • Obituary: Eva Kaplan. September 28, 1991.
  • Obituary: David M. Narva. October 8, 1991.

Page 183

  • Obituary: Lillian Gordon. October 18, 1991.
  • Obituary: Benjamin Finkle. November 13, 1991.
  • Obituary: Ann (Sokoletsky) Barishefsky. November 12, 1991.
  • Obituary: Anne Lichter Berger. November 16, 1991.
  • Obituary: Fritzi F. May. November 23, 1991.
  • Obituary: Ira Lee Jackson. December 2, 1991.
  • Obituary: Milton Kramer. December 29, 1991.
  • Obituary: Fay Shapira. December 30, 1991.
  • Obituary: Shirley Rosenberg. January 19, 1992.
  • Obituary: Birdie Phillips. January 4, 1992.
  • Obituary: Hyman Fleish. February 3, 1992.
  • Obituary: Sara A. Mossoff. February 22, 1992.
  • Obituary: Joseph Blum. February 2, 1992.
  • Obituary: Gertrude Bressler. January 27, 1992.
  • Obituary: Barney Guy. March 7, 1992.
  • Obituary: Charles Herman. March 13, 1992.
  • Obituary: Hyman Shapiro. March 27, 1992.
  • Obituary: Jack J. Goldberg. April 7, 1992.
  • Obituary: M. David Scheinman. April 17, 1992.
  • Obituary: Fredric Alpert. November 19, 1991.
  • Obituary: Dr. Solomon Scheinman. April 29, 1992.
  • Obituary: Robert Brooks. April 23, 1992.
  • Obituary: Oscar Surgecoff. May 26, 1992.
  • Obituary: Stanley Feldmar. May 22, 1992.
  • Obituary: Adele R. Koren. June 16, 1992.
  • Obituary: Marjorie Margolis. April 5, 1992.
  • Obituary: Marilyn (Greenburg) Israel. April 23, 1992.

Page 184

  • Obituary: Hyman Salusky. July 8, 1992.
  • Obituary: Nannette T. Shwartz. July 13, 1992.
  • Obituary: Israel Rakatansky. July 16, 1992.
  • Obituary: Bessie R. Gelfond. July 18, 1992.
  • Obituary: Audrey Rosen. August 3, 1992.
  • Obituary: Samuel Habib. August 2, 1992.
  • Obituary: Lena B. Katz. August 12, 1992.
  • Obituary: Sheldon Handler. September 10, 1992.
  • Obituary: Dr. Nelson L. Portnoy. September 15, 1992.
  • Obituary: Abraham Asser. September 23, 1992.
  • Obituary: Rita (Bedrick) Sachs. October 2, 1992.
  • Obituary: Lawrence Prince. October 11, 1992.
  • Obituary: Gussie Lassow. October 24, 1992.
  • Obituary: Rubin Nevins. October 23, 1992.
  • Obituary: Adele (Keilson) Ades. November 6, 1992.
  • Obituary: Saul Abrams. November 10, 1992.
  • Obituary: Annie Pustilnick. November 13, 1992.
  • Obituary: Stella M. (Willis) Zaritt. November 25, 1992.
  • Obituary: Jerome S. Hertz. January 28, 1993.
  • Obituary: Rose Cohen. January 16, 1993.
  • Obituary: Philip R. Fawer. February 8, 1992.
  • Obituary: Max Miller. February 11, 1993.
  • Obituary: Louis Frankel. February 18, 1993.
  • Obituary: Nancy Herman. March 1, 1993.
  • Obituary: David S. Mickelson. March 29, 1993.
  • Obituary: Abraham Curhan. March 16, 1993.
  • Obituary: Laja Wajdenfeld. April 11, 1993.
  • Obituary: Isidore Ladinsky. June 12, 1993.
  • Obituary: Minnie Horvitz. May 6, 1993.

Page 185

  • Obituary: Irving Finkelstein. December 18, 1992.
  • Obituary: Max Rothman. March 25, 1993.
  • Obituary: Charlotte Israel. June 1, 1993.
  • Obituary: Richard Z. Kenler. June 18, 1993.
  • Obituary: Sadye Mickelson. June 13, 1993.
  • Obituary: Theodore Nisson. June 16, 1993.
  • Obituary: Bernice Shulman Bresler. July 22, 1993.
  • Obituary: Rose Alpert. July 22, 1993.
  • Obituary: Arnold H. Minkin. August 3, 1993.
  • Obituary: Joseph M. Russo. August 27, 1993.
  • Obituary: Robert B. Selig. August 29, 1993.
  • Obituary: Bernard Jacobvitz. September 13, 1993.
  • Obituary: Mark H. London. September 30, 1993.
  • Obituary: Hyman L. Mohel. October 20, 1993.
  • Obituary: Lena Miller. October 1, 1993.
  • Obituary: Zelina Alpert. October 13, 1993.
  • Obituary: Richard J. Levine. October 26, 1993.
  • Obituary: Bertye Goldstein. October 26, 1993.
  • Obituary: Oscar E. Epstein. November 1, 1993.
  • Obituary: Anne H. (Horvitz) Levine. November 6, 1993.
  • Obituary: Ida B. Harrison. December 31, 1993.
  • Obituary: Fannie Tina (Weber) Slavin. November 8, 1993.
  • Obituary: Fannie R. Israel. November 12, 1993.
  • Obituary: Bella C. (Cohen) Lipsitt. November 24, 1996.
  • Obituary: Lillian (Goldberg) Caplan. December 28, 1993.
  • Obituary: Bernard C. Lukoff. December 26, 1993.
  • Obituary: Irving David Kestenbaum. December 29, 1993.

Page 186

  • Obituary: Samuel N. Bogorad. December 31, 1993.

Volume II

Page 187

  • Obituary: Mildred Shrier Haffer. December 17, 1996.
  • Obituary: Solomon Chasin. December 18, 1996.
  • Obituary: Evelyn Tomkins. December 19, 1996.
  • Obituary: Irving Feingold. December 28, 1996.
  • Boyle, Maureen. “Slaying probe breaks: City man held in Freetown case.” The       Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 4, 1997. (Concerning: Henry           Cohen, Timothy J. Imbriglio)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “School newspaper staff wants a crack at Silber.” The       Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 12, 1997. (Concerning: Robert        Whitehead, Rebecca Schwartz, Dr. John R. Silber)
  • Boyle, Maureen. “Officials: Robbery suspect is focus of slaying probe.” The           Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 7, 1997. (Concerning: Henry           Cohen, Timothy J. Imbriglio)

Page 188

  • O’Connor, Patricia. “Opportunities for growth: New Bedford is the place for businesses   to boom.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 12, 1997.      (Concerning: Henry Wainer, Sid Wainer & Sons)
  • “Table Setting.” February 13, 1997. (Concerning: Mary N. Hurwitz, Bierstadt Art             Society, Claire Hurwitz, Vivian Lewis, Mary Lindenberg, Becky Wilhelmsen)
  • “Pollack-Caplan - Ralph and Judy Pollack of 39 Myles Standish Drive, North Dartmouth,             announce the engagement of their daughter, Sari, to Ira Caplan, son of Edward          Caplan of West Haven, Conn., and the late Francine Caplan.” January 19, 1997.      (Concerning: Sari Pollack, Ira Caplan)

Page 189

  • “Holocaust survivor donates papers.” January 17, 1997. (Concerning: Abraham Landau,    UMass Dartmouth Library Archives and Special Collections, Holocaust)
  • Da Costa-Fernandes, Manuela. “Touched by Courage: Wiesel Holocaust book moves        teen to correspond with author.” The        Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.           January 15, 1997. (Concerning: Patricia Amaral, Elie Wiesel, Holocaust)

Page 190

  • Silkin, Steve. “Kabbalah: Jewish mysticism called the soul of holy books.” Scripps             Howard News Service. January 27, 1997. (Concerning: Ellsheva Kroh, Kabbalah)
  • “Yiddish culture.” January 30, 1997. (Concerning: The Jewish Community Center of         New Bedford Mass., Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “Compass Bank.” 1997. (Concerning: Luigi, P. Anoli, Joel A. Burns, Robert H. Burpee,    Hanumara (Ram) Chowdri, Joan A. Fiddler, Joseph B. Hall, Peter B. Lesco,   Thomas Melucci, Myles P. Rogers, Edward G. Siegal, Henry B. Wainer)
  • Schwartz, Lew Sayre. “The Dinosaur Group: Doing the Lord’s Work!” and “Advertising,             TV, theater, movies…he’s done it all.” February 2, 1997.

Page 191

  • Lovinger, Robert. “Back to the drawing board: ‘The Dinosaur Group’: Lew Sayre             Schwartz returns to his illustrator’s roots.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,          Mass. 1997. (Concerning: Lew Sayre Schwartz)
  • Picture: McNamara, Bill. “Rise: Three men initiate Holocaust memorial.” The Standard-    Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 24, 1997. (Concerning: Holocaust             Memorial New Bedford)
  • Henson, Carolyn. “Swiss banks create fund to help Holocaust families.” The Associated   Press, February 6, 1997. (Concerning: Holocaust, Nazis, Swiss banks)

Page 192

  • McNamara, Bill. “Rise: Three men initiate Holocaust memorial.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. February 24, 1997. (Concerning: Holocaust Memorial New    Bedford)
  • McNamara, Bill. “Why did the Holocaust happen? Scholars define role of God,     humankind.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 24, 1997.    (Concerning: Holocaust, theodicy)
  • “Mr. and Mrs. Lindenberg - Mary and Martin Lindenberg of 20 Emerald Drive, North      Dartmouth, celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary on February 13 at a          reception for Mrs. Lindenberg’s art exhibit at the Wamsutta Club.” February       1997. (Concerning: Mary Lindenberg, Martin Lindenberg)

Page 193

  • Boyle, Maureen. “New Bedford man charged with murder: Also accused of robbing         elderly ex-businessman.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 3,        1997. (Concerning: Timothy J. Imbriglio, Henry Cohen)
  • Regan, Keith. “Holocaust memorial: ‘place to pray and shed my tears’: Will take shape at UMass Dartmouth campus.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February         19, 1997. (Concerning: Holocaust, Abraham Landau, UMass Dartmouth)
  • Schwartz, Lew Sayre. “The Dinosaur Group: Talk about ‘Inhailing’!” March 2, 1997.        (Concerning: Lew Sayre Schwartz)

Page 194

  • “Couple to speak on work with displaced Jews.” March 23, 1997. (Concerning: Ethiopian             Jews, Dr. Ted Myers, Peggy Myers, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Synagogue to present Holocaust memorial.” The Standard-Times,     New Bedford, Mass. April 1992. (Concerning: Holocaust memorial, Tifereth          Israel Synagogue, Cal Siegal, Sue Siegal, Abraham Landau)
  • McNamara, Bill. “By way of Exodus: Passover is a time to celebrate traditions passed on from Moses.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1997. (Concerning:   Passover, Samuel Meyer, Nancy Myer, Bruce Meyer)

Page 195

  • “Passover: A time to celebrate ancient traditions.” (Continued from page 194)
  • Briggs, David. “New Broadway play resonates with Passover call to Jewish unity.”           Associated Press, 1997. (Concerning: Passover, Reform Judaism, Conservative           Judaism, Orthodox Judaism)
  • “Yiddish culture.” April 13, 1997. (Concerning: Yiddish, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, The Jewish Community Center of New Bedford)
  • “The Last Night of Ballyhoo.” 1997. (Concerning: Celia Weston, Dana Ivey)

Page 196

  • Fehrenbacher, Gretchen. “Houses of God.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.      May 1997. (Concerning: New Bedford houses of worship)
  • “Library trustee celebrates 70th grad anniversary.” May 5, 1997. (Concerning: Roberta S.   Barnet)

Page 197

  • “New Bedford woman joins ranks of city centenarians.” The Standard-Times, New           Bedford, Mass. May 5, 1997. (Concerning: Aida (Epstein) Semansky)
  • Eisnar, Sylvia. “Man celebrates 20 years as cantor in Fall River.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. May 24, 1997. (Concerning: Temple Beth El, Richard            Wolberg)
  • Oliveira, Ric. “Old Torahs found in Azorean cave.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,  Mass. May 29, 1997. (Concerning: Azorean Synagogue Restoration Committee,     Dr. Robert Waxler)
  • McNamara, Bill. “Holocaust memorial drive closes in on goal.” The Standard-Times,         New Bedford, Mass. June 2, 1997. (Concerning: Holocaust Memorial, Abe             Landau)
  • Obituary: Hyman Braham. June 14, 1997.
  • Obituary: Evelyn G. Sontag. June 16, 1997.
  • Obituary: Eliott J. Sher. June 28, 1997.
  • Obituary: Shepard Kussell. May 12, 1997.
  • McNamara, Bill. “As Jewish identity debated abroad, local community knit close.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 2, 1997. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel       Synagogue, UMass D. CJC)

Page 198

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish War Veterans group names officers.” The Standard-Times,     New Bedford, Mass. June 3, 1997. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans, Ahavath    Achim Synagogue, Dr. Myer Halpren, Joseph Cole, Maurice Amdur)
  • Gover, Tzivia. “Reclaiming lost world of Yiddish: Center aims to save literature from        ‘trashbin of history’.” The Boston Sunday Globe, Boston, Mass. June 3, 1992.   (Concerning: National Yiddish Book Center, Aaron Lansky)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish holiday ‘Festival of Weeks’ begins tonight.”   The Standard-  Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 10, 1997. (Concerning: Shavout, Ahavath       Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Moving back to New Bedford.” 1997. (Concerning: Sylvia Roth, Edythe Fleish, Phyllis Horvitz)

Page 199

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Synagogue to present Holocaust memorial.” The Standard-Times,     New Bedford, Mass. April 26, 1997. (Concerning: The Jewish Federation of          Greater New Bedford, Yom Hashoah, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Cal Siegal, Sue     Siegal)
  • Obituary: Sidney Schenker. February 17, 1997.
  • Obituary: Morris Fishman. February 17, 1997.
  • “Three Physicians of Vision.” 1997. (Concerning: Dr. Alan S. Geller, Dr. Stephen F.          Sullivan, Dr. Marc P. Wladis)
  • Obituary: Haim Beyer. July 27, 1997.
  • Obituary: Joseph London. July 28, 1997.
  • “Weren’t they cute.” 1997. (Concerning: Sylvia Roth, Edith Fleish, Phyllis Horvitz)
  • McNamara, Bill. “As Jewish identity debated abroad, local community knit close.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 2, 1997. (Concerning: UMass D.             CJC, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)

Page 200

  • McNamara, Bill. “Rescuing Yiddish literature.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,         Mass. June 16, 1997. (Concerning: The National Yiddish Book Center, Aaron        Lansky)
  • McNamara, Bill. “The Jewish future: Professor ponders the possibilities.” The Standard-   Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1997. (Concerning: UMass Dartmouth CJC,            Shulamit Reinharz)
  • McNamara, Bill. “Thanks to zamlers, a culture survives.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. 1997. (Concerning: The National Yiddish Book Center, Aaron        Lansky)
  • “Synagogue to seat new officers.” June 21, 1997. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim     Synagogue, Seena Mickelson)

Page 201

  • McSweeney, Bridget. “Retail fixture closing: Silverstein’s shutting doors after 97 years.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 16, 1997. (Concerning: Barnet     Silverstein, David Silverstein, Stephen Silverstein)
  • “City synagogue to donate Torah: Congregation carries gift Amherst Jewish center.” June             28, 1997. (Concerning: The National Yiddish Book Center, Aaron Lansky,    Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Washington letter to be read in Newport.” The Standard-Times,        New Bedford, Mass. July 16, 1997. (Concerning: Alan Ades, Bruce G. Sundlun,   United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, Foundation of Conservative Judaism,         Society of Friends of Touro Synagogue)

Page 202

  • Burnes, Richard M. “Sticking their necks out: Dartmouth ostrich farmers face an   uncertain market.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1997. (Concerning:   Gale Weinshel, Alan Weinshel, Pokanoket Ostrich Farms)
  • Burnes, Richard M. “Farm manager brings experience of raising ostriches in S. Africa.”     The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1997. (Concerning: Gale Weinshel,     Alan Weinshel, Pokanoket Ostrich Farms, Emile Heynes)

Page 203

  • Regan, Keith. “Course explores the sea from great books to real life.” The Standard-         Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 3, 1992. (Concerning: Dr. Robert Waxler,   Reading and Writing about the Ocean)
  • “Not just Dartmouth for Not Your Average Joes.” August 31, 1997. (Concerning:             Stephen T. Silverstein)
  • Thomas, Rachel G. “Survivor of Holocaust shares lesson of hope.” The Standard-Times,   New Bedford, Mass. September 12, 1997. (Concerning: Gerda Weissman Klein,    Holocaust)
  • Obituary: Richard Goldstein. September 12, 1997.
  • Obituary: Aida Semansky. September 15, 1997.
  • Obituary: Leon W. Gedacht. August 19, 1997.
  • Obituary: Sarah M. (Malick) Glazer. July 12, 1997.
  • Obituary: Dr. Milton Geller. September 1, 1997.
  • “Rabbi Kanter assumes role at local synagogue.” 1997. (Concerning: Rabbi Raphael J.       Kanter, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Oliveira, Ric. “Alvin Glaser, businessman and altruist.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. 1997. (Concerning: Alvin Glaser)
  • “A New Bedford dentist was recently honored by the American Academy of        Periodontology.” 1997. (Concerning: Dr. Milton A. Glicksman)
  • Obituary: Rebecca D. (Rovner) Youman. May 12, 1997.
  • “Jeffrey L. Rayman, CPA, of Dartmouth, was a featured speaker at the June tax division meeting of the American Institute of CPA’s in Washington, D.C.” June 23, 1996. (Concerning: Jeffrey L. Rayman)
  • Obituary: Arthur Finkel. March 26, 1997.

Page 204

  • Thomas, Rachel G. “Surviving the Holocaust.” September 15, 1997. (Concerning: Gerda   Weissman Klein, Holocaust)

Page 205

  • Lovinger, Robert. “Bagels and Banter: At popular Dartmouth shop, you’re a regular on     your first visit.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 21, 1997.      (Concerning: Dave Glicksman, New York Bagel)
  • Obituary: Sybil T. Antine. January 1, 1997.
  • Obituary: Mildred (Shrier) Haffer. December 17, 1997.
  • Obituary: Hannah Belle (Finkelstein) Eisner. October 25, 1997.

Page 206

  • “Bagels: They’re on a roll.” (Continued from 205)
  • Waxler, Dr. Robert. “A long life; lived with passion.” September 15, 1997. (Concerning:   Felix Waxler)  
  • “Kaddish set for area Jews at Holocaust memorial.” September 27, 1997. (Concerning:      Holocaust, High Holy Days, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim        Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Fall River Diocese leaders celebrate Mass for justice.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 27, 1997. (Concerning: George   Jacobs)
  • “Holocaust survivor’s story on TV.” October 12, 1997. (Concerning: Abraham Landau)

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jews ready for Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur.” The Standard-Times,             New Bedford, Mass. September 30, 1997. (Concerning: High Holy Days, Rabbi             Raphael J. Kanter, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Tifereth Israel Synagogue,     Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Yom Kippur marks solemn duty.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. October 10, 1997. (Concerning: High Holy Days, Rabbi       Raphael J. Kanter, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Tifereth Israel Synagogue,      Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • McNamara, Bill. “Yom Kippur: Day of Atonement strikes global chord.” The Standard-   Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 10, 1997. (Concerning: Yom Kippur)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “SouthCoast Jews celebrate anciant harvest festival Sukkot.” The       Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 14, 1997. (Concerning: High Holy     Days, Sukkot, Simchat Torah)

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  • McNamara, Bill. “A Shelter of Faith.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 20, 1997. (Concerning: High Holy Days, Sukkot, Simchat Torah)
  • “Jewish War Vets hold celebration.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October   23, 1997. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans)
  • White, Natalie. “Old-fashioned doctor’s friends, peers remember.” The Standard-Times,   ew Bedford, Mass. October 28, 1997. (Concerning: Dr. Israel Alkalay)
  • “Our view: Community loses a doctor with a rare gift of concern.” The Standard-Times,   New Bedford, Mass. November 1, 1997. (Concerning: Dr. Israel Alkalay)

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  • Da Costa-Fernandes, Manuela. “Holocaust survivor shares tale of life among wolves.”       Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 12, 1997. (Concerning: Misha        Defonseca, Holocaust)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Portuguese-Jewish culture is topic.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. November 17, 1997. (Concerning: Sephardic Jews)
  • Obituary: Sidney Wainer. November 19, 1997. 
  • “The eagle has landed.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 9, 1997.     (Concerning: Hyman Krivoff, “Mr. Steadfast.”)

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Rabbi Glassman works into retirement.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. December 12, 1997. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • Rolo, Ron. “On the Way.” December 19, 1997. (Concerning: The Holocaust Memorial      Sculpture, UMass Dartmouth CJC)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish Festival of Lights begins Tuesday night.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 21, 1997. (Concerning: Hannkkah,          Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Rolo, Ron. “Let there be light.” December 23, 1997. (Concerning: Hanukkah, New           Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood Center)

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  • Rolo, Ron. “A hands-on lesson about Hanukkah.” December 23, 1997. (Concerning:         Hanukkah, New Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood Center, Rabbi            Rafael J. Kanter)
  • Motta Jr. Arthur P. “Mr. Steadfast a true survivor of ‘urban renewal’.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1997. (Concerning: “Mr. Steadfast)
  • Pankin, Alan R. “Season’s Greetings to our fine old feathered friend.” 1997.          (Concerning: “Mr. Steadfast.”)

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  • Rolo, Ron. “Dedicating Mr. Steadfast.” December23, 1997. (Concerning: Mr. Steadfast)
  • Obituary: Isidor Horvitz. April 20, 1997.
  • Dufresne, Edward R. Rev. “A profound moment during the holidays.” The Standard-       Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 24, 1997. (Concerning: New Bedford’s Holocaust Memorial Sculpture, Abe Landau, Stacy Latt-Savage, Eric  Lintala,      Peter London)
  • Obituary: Gertrude Goldys. January 16, 1997.
  • Obituary: Anne (Anapol) Gedacht. January 4, 1998.
  • Obituary: Zelda Kaplan. May 5, 1997.
  • Obituary: Dr. Nathan Mitnick. January 15, 1997.
  • Obituary: Felix B. Waxler. March 15, 1997.
  • Obituary: Jean (Shifrin) London. January 25, 1997.
  • Obituary: Seymour Silverman. February 3, 1997.
  • Obituary: Paul Bederow. February 14, 1997.
  • Obituary: Harold Hurwitz. October 4, 1997.

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  • Obituary: Joseph Weinstein. October 25, 1997.
  • Obituary: Dr. Samuel Kisner. November 1, 1997.
  • Obituary: Dr. Israel Alkalay. October 26, 1997.
  • Obituary: Jesse Epstein. October 26, 1997.
  • Obituary: Lillian Sher. December 3, 1997.
  • Obituary: Hilda (Levine) Garston. December 21, 1997.
  • Obituary: Paul Bederow. February 14, 1997.
  • Obituary: Shirley R. (Weber) Levine. January 4, 1997.
  • Obituary: Mervin Leen. March 16, 1997.
  • Obituary: David I. Sachs. January 5, 1997.
  • Obituary: Miriam (Jolt) Levine. March 22, 1997.
  • Obituary: Dorothy Large. March 31, 1997.
  • Obituary: Frederick A. Rubin. April 15, 1997.

Page 214

  • Seaman, Hank. “Good Vibes.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 1998.    (Concerning: Dan Schwartz)

Page 215

  • McQuillan Weeks, Joanna. “Theresa Coish, director of the New Bedford Free Public         Library, recently reported that thanks to the generosity of Roberta S. Barnet, the       library has built a collection of 182 titles concerning Jewish culture, traditions and       history.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 15, 1998.   (Concerning: Roberta S. Barnet)
  • Rogers, George. “Jewish community brightened Christmas.” The Standard-Times, New    Bedford, Mass. January 8, 1998. (Concerning: Christmas)
  • Baptista, John. [Photos] December 26, 1997. (Concerning: Harold Kaufman, Rose             Taylor, Eleanor Levine, Lyssa Levine, Jeffrey Levine, Stanley Levine)
  • “Brother - what it’s all about.” December 26, 1997. (Concerning: Christmas)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish Heritage video library opens.” The Standard-Times, New       Bedford, Mass. January 31, 1998. (Concerning: The Jewish Federation of Greater    New Bedford)
  • “Program to highlight Portuguese, Jewish heritage.” February 21, 1998. (Concerning:        Sephardic Jews, Rufina B.S. Mausenbaum)
  • “Student wins chance at $25,000 scholarship.” February 2, 1998. (Concerning: Sarah         Palestine, Mercy Cover, Ben Shattuck, Sarah Guy, Tucker Robinson, Alex     Keene)

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  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish community leader retires.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. March 21, 1998. (Concerning: Alan Ades)
  • “Israeli consul to speak at Tifereth Israel.” April 18, 1998. (Concerning: Eynat Shein-        Michael, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Monument made for Holocaust.” April 20, 1998. (Concerning: New Bedford Holocaust Memorial Sculpture, Abe Landau)
  • “Symbols of Passover.” April 10, 1998. (Concerning: Passover, Rabbi Raphael Kanter)
  • Bromberg, Bernice. “Remembering the ‘Paper Man’.” May 1998. (Concerning: Mr.            Sevitch)
  • Eisner, Jack. “Late city airport manager paved the way.” The Standard-Times, New           Bedford, Mass. May 6, 1998. (Concerning: Isidore Eisner, John Drury)

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  • White, Natalie. “Making Hard Choices: Conference to examine Jewish medical ethics in   the coming century.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 21, 1998.           (Concerning: Jewish Medical Ethics, Dr. Fred Rosner, UMass Dartmouth CJC)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Israeli consul highlights diversity: American Jews differ from            Israeli brethren.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 22, 1998.   (Concerning: Eynat Schlein-Michael, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Jewish        Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • “New Bedford - Elliot I. Rosenfield, CPA, a partner in the public accounting firm of        Rosenfield, Holland & Raymon, P.C. was recently reappointed to the Small      Practitioner’s Advocacy Committee of the American Institute of Certified Public     Accountants.” 1998. (Concerning: Elliot I. Rosenfield)

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  • Curtis, Mary Jo. “Holocaust Memorial unveiled.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,       Mass. May 4, 1998. (Concerning: Holocaust Memorial, Abraham Landau)
  • “Tribute to Indomitable Spirit.” April 30, 1998. (Concerning: Holocaust Memorial)

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  • White, Natalie. “City Holocaust Memorial ready for dedication.” The Standard-Times,      New Bedford, Mass. 1998. (Concerning: Holocaust Memorial, Abraham Landau)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Artist spends Passover in Portugal.” The Standard-Times, New         Bedford, Mass. May 9, 1998. (Concerning: Arlene Selmonosky, Passover,    Portugal)
  • “New Leader.” June 5, 1998. (Concerning: Rabbi Raphael J. Kanter, Tifereth Israel           Synagogue)
  • “Tifereth congregation to install new officers.” June 22, 1998. (Concerning: Tifereth          Israel Synagogue, Eli J. Rubin, June A. Smith, Judy Pollack, Robert Lipman,   Arthur A. Rosenblatt, Bruce A. Kestenbaum)
  • Estrella, John. “Accountants are doing more than just crunching numbers.” The Standard- Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 14, 1998. (Concerning: Melvyn A. Holland,    Rosenfield, Holland and Raymon)
  • Rudnick, Edward. “Holocaust memorial is there for us all.” The Standard-Times, New      Bedford, Mass. June 22, 1998. (Concerning: Greater New Bedford Holocaust         Memorial, The Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)

Page 220

  • McNamara, Bill. “Nadia’s Song: Russian immigrant’s operatic voice soars again - in           New Bedford.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 1, 1998.      (Concerning: Russia)

Page 221

  • Fink, Emily. “Library renames room in honor of trustee.” Standard-Times, New     Bedford, Mass. June 29, 1998. (Concerning: Roberta S. Barnet, Buttonwood             Community Library)
  • Lucciola, Lorraine. “Awakening to a ‘new day.’” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,       Mass. 1998. (Concerning: Yom Hadash, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Jonathan      Nelson, Joshua Nelson, David Lefkowitz, Adam Dehner)
  • “New Bedford - The public accounting firm of Rosenfield, Holland & Raymon…” July    26, 1998. (Concerning: Rosenfield, Holland & Raymon, Jeffrey L. Raymon, Bonnie Sirois)

Page 222

  • McQuillan Weeks, Joanna. “Arts Week: NBSO shapes a new season.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 6, 1998. (Concerning: The New Bedford    Symphony Orchestra, Chuck Greenstein)
  • Burnes, Rick. “Russians put East in past: Immigrants find SouthCoast life a struggle.”       The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 1, 1998. (Concerning:         Russians Jews)
  • “Lives shared through families’ love.” August 22, 1998. (Concerning: AIDS, Chuck          Greenstein)
  • “Michele C. Geller, daughter of Dr. Alan S. and Rosalyn B. Geller of North Dartmouth,   was awarded the degree of doctor of medicine on May 28 from Hahnemann University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pa.” August 9, 1998. (Concerning:     Michele C. Geller)
  • Thomas, Rachel G. “AIDS quilt makes city appearance: Three New Bedford residents on             panel.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 9, 1998. (Concerning:   AIDS, Chuck Greenstein)
  • “Jews prepare for Day of Atonement.” September 29, 1998. (Concerning: Yom Kippur,    Rosh Hashanah, High Holy Days, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel           Synagogue, Sukkot, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Rabbi Raphael J. Kanter)

Page 223

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Rabbi’s book unique.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.     August 29, 1998. (Concerning: Rabbi Bernard Glassman)
  • McNamara, Bill. “Whether you are orthodox or conservative in your Jewish practice,         there is one thing you can do together.” September 21, 1998. (Concerning: Rosh        Hashana, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)

Page 224

  • Lovinger, Robert. “Pianist Lily Dumont.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.       October 4, 1998. (Concerning: Lily Dumont, Holocaust)
  • “Pianist Lily Dumont is a legend at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge…” The        Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. October 9, 1998. (Concerning: Lily Dumont,             Holocaust)
  • Ceprano, Gina. “Giving medicine a trial run: North Dartmouth clinical center leads the      way in asthma, allergy research.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.           October 6, 1998. (Concerning: Dr. Paul Chervinsky)
  • Dyer, Richard. “Echoes of old Berlin resonate in rare performance.” The Boston Globe,    Boston, Mass. October 12, 1998 (Concerning: Lily Dumont, WWII)

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  • Lovinger, Robert. “Pianist still packs concert hall: Lily Dumont fled Berlin 61 years           ago.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 10, 1998. (Concerning:       Lily Dumont, WWII)
  • “Jewish veterans schedule events.” November 5, 1998. (Concerning: Jewish War   Veterans, Dr. Arthur Weisman, Rose Judah, Stanley Revzin, David Salk, Elliott   Feinstein, Leonard Perler, Arnold Lassow, Dr. Myer Halpren, Ahavath Achim          Synagogue)
  • “New cantor starts at Tifereth Israel Synagogue.” November 7, 1998. (Concerning:            Cantor Nathaniel S. Schudrich, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Seguer, Kurt. “Students leard power of literature.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,    Mass. November 9, 1998. (Concerning: Dr. Robert Waxler, Penny Humphrey,    Changing Lives Through Literature: Middle School Version)

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  • “Dartmouth native helps launch Jewish.” November 11, 1998. (Concerning: Idit Klein,      The Jewish Organizing Initiative)
  • Estrella, John. “Quietly Booming.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November             15, 1998. (Concerning: Irving Levine) 
  • “New steps to save an old language: Yiddish literature to be preserved in cyberspace.”      The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. November 29, 1998. (Concerning: National   Yiddish Book Center,             Aaron Lansky)
  • “High Point, N.C. - Hershel Alpert of Alpert’s Furniture Showplace, Seekonk, was            named president of the National Home Furnishing Association at NHFA’s Annual        Membership Meeting in October.” October 6, 1998. (Concerning: Hershel Alpert)

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  • Tynan, Trudy. “Saving Yiddish: From dumpster to cyberspace: New Bedford native’s      dream becomes reality.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 30, 1998. (Concerning: National Yiddish Book Center, Aaron Lansky)
  • Oliveira, Ric. “Local doctor saves man in plane: New Bedford surgeon uses new device    on heart attack victim.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 1,     1998. (Concerning: Dr. Robert Green)

Page 228

  • McNamara, Bill. “To China, with love: For Dartmouth couple volunteering abroad,            building cultural bridges includes sharing business know-how, music form     ‘Titanic’ and a multi-faith Rosh Hashana observance.” The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass. December 7, 1998. (Concerning: Eleanor Roth, Bernard Roth,             Rosh Hashana)
  • Guille, Sarah. “WBSM’s Stan Lipp has been keeping the coins rolling for 35 years: Still     Collecting Quarters for Christmas.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.            December 11, 1998. (Concerning: Stan Lipp, Quarters for Christmas)

Page 229

  • Allen, Monica. “Gallery opens with high hopes for downtown.” The Standard-Times,        New Bedford, Mass. December 11, 1998. (Concerning: ArtWorks!, Kerrie B.         Mileski, Sabrina Satkin, Christal Campbell, Mary Mandeville)
  • “Hanukkah programs scheduled.” December 12, 1998. (Concerning: Hanukkah, Rabbi      Barry David Hartman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael J. Kanter,      Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

Page 230

  • Lovinger, Robert. “Candle in the wind: Despite a powerful secular downdraft, Jewish       families maintain spirituality.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.       December 13, 1998. (Concerning: Hanukkah, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael J. Kanter, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Charbonneau, Paula. “Christmas spirit touches area seniors.” The Standard-Times, New     Bedford, Mass. December 26, 1998. (Concerning: Maria Connor, Isidore Eisner,      Stan Levine, Ellen Hull)

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  • Obituary: Samuel J. Hochman. January 1, 1998.
  • Obituary: Esther Roth. January 21, 1998.
  • Obituary: Bernard G. Davis. February 1, 1998.
  • Obituary: Minnie Cohen. February 3, 1998.
  • Obituary: Nathaniel Lipton. March 14, 1998.
  • Obituary: Herbert Koren. June 19, 1998.
  • Obituary: Ida (Leviten) Portnoy. June 19, 1998.
  • Obituary: Selma (Israel) Lecht. May 27, 1998.
  • Obituary: Jean (Rothman) Frauwirth. April 16, 1998.
  • Obituary: Louis Levine. March 26, 1998.
  • Obituary: Norman Geller. June 29, 1998.
  • Obituary: Norman Besen. August 8, 1998.
  • Obituary: Ilene (Black) Walens. November 3, 1998.
  • Obituary: Sarah Glicksman. October 2, 1998.
  • Obituary: Sam Heyman. December 15, 1998.
  • Obituary: Esther Eisenberg. August 13, 1998.
  • Obituary: Dora W. Richards. June 10, 1998.
  • Obituary: Etta Nysko. August 12, 1998.

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  • “The Way We Were: Betsy B. Winslow School, Grade 2B, 1928.” January 1999.   (Concerning: See article for names)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Area Passover to accent women.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. March 29, 2000. (Concerning: Passover, Ahavath Achim      Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Rabbi Raphael J. Kanter)
  • “Jewish groups offer workshops.” January 2, 1999. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel     Synagogue, The Jewish Federation - Jewish Families Services)
  • “Candy: Chef offers taste of baking industry.” January 6, 1999. (Concerning: Eric             Frauwirth, Dartmouth High School)

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  • “Dartmouth woman’s ship finally comes in.” January 12, 1999. (Concerning: Ellen Hull,    New Bedford Whaling Museum)
  • “Nine Greater New Bedford men, comprising the second contingent to enter the Army in             the new draft.” February 15, 1999. (Concerning: Paul W. LaRue, Simao C. Tenreiro, Roland Branchaud, Joseph S. Marks, David L. Wilcox, Paul            Lamoureax, Paul V. Boswell, Joseph F. Veiga, Bernard H. Herman, George A.       Steele, Wilfred Leclair, Thomas A. Raymon, Herbert W. Sutton)
  • McNamara, Bill. “A righteous diplomat: Upcoming ceremony to honor Portuguese            consul, others who defied authorities in order to save Jews from the Holocaust.”           The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 19, 1999. (Concerning: Aristides            de Sousa Mendes, WWII, Holocaust, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Grace Episcopal Church offers religion forums.” January 16, 1999. (Concerning: Eliot     Rosenfield)

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  • Lovinger, Robert. “Mattapoisett gets the fictional treatment in debut crime novel.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 25, 1999. (Concerning: Jamie W.      Katz)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Torah study day today.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 10, 1999. (Concerning: Sylvia B. Finger Torah Fund Study Day, Tifereth       Israel Synagogue)
  • McNamara, Bill. “Abe Landau, stilled by illness, passes the tourch of Holocaust    testimony.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 19, 1999. (Concerning: Abraham Landau, Freda Landau, Holocaust, The Jewish             Convalescent Home in New Bedford)

Page 235

  • McNamara, Bill. “Pair play diplomatic role in Israel: City Jewish couple push for peace.”   The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 26, 1996. (Concerning: Alan        Ades, Ruth Ades, United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, Israel)
  • “Lectures to explore Jewish attitudes toward Jesus.” June 1, 1996. (Concerning: Dr.          Louis H. Feldman, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Jesus, Helenistic Judiasm)
  • White, Natalie. “Victim’s mother fills informational void.” The Standard-Times, New       Bedford, Mass. August 13, 1996. (Concerning: G. Bonnie Feldmen, Seth     Feldmen)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “UMass professor’s ties to Quebec brings quest speaker.” The       Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 27, 1996. (Concerning: Dr. Melvin     B. Yoken, Jaques Parizeau)
  • Rocha, Charlene. “A thirst for knowledge: UMass Dartmouth’s most senior student has    made learning a lifelong pursuit.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.            August 30, 1996. (Concerning: UMass Dartmouth, Phyllis Mayer)

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  • Cont. “Senior: Lifelong pursuit of learning.”
  • McCabe, Marsha. “Memoirs reveal a treasured voice.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. September 1, 1996. (Concerning: Natalie Kaplan, Jewish            Archives of UMass Dartmouth)
  • Forman, Preston P. “Isidore Eisner, ‘soul of airport,’ dies at 86.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. September 3, 1996. (Concerning: Isidore Eisner)
  • Forman, Preston P. “City says farewell to Mr. Airport: 300 attend service for Isidore         Eisner.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 5, 1996.   (Concerning: Isidore Eisner, Rabbi Moshe Ulmer, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Oliveira, Ric. “Alvin Glaser, businessman and altruist.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. September 14, 1996. (Concerning: Alvin Glaser)

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  • Seaman, Hank. “NBSO is sweet music to fiddler’s ears.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. August 1, 1999. (Concerning: Mathew D. Frauwirth, New   Bedford Symphony Orchestra)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish War Veterans fill offices for 2000.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. August 2, 1999. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans, Dr.        Meyer Halpren, ect.)
  • Waxler, Linda. “Offer your comfort, contact in their loss.” August 11, 1999.          (Concerning: Linda Waxler, Compassionate Friends)
  • Thomas, Sarah. “Jewish leaders speak out.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.      August 14, 1999. (Concerning: Temple Beth-El in Fall River, Rabbi William E.           Kaufman, Irving A. Fradkin, Helen Babin, Rose F. Juda, Murray Rosofsky)

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  • “The Way We Were: Betsey B. Winslow School, Grade 4B, 1929.” September 1999.        (Concerning: Robert Houle, Norman Carrier, Bernice Goldsmith, ect.)
  • David, Beth. “Acushnet teen group dates to 1920’s.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,            Mass. September 2, 1999. (Concerning: Jolly-We Teen-agers Social Club, Hyman             Fleish, Sylvia Fleish, ect.)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jews celebrate high holy days.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,             Mass. September 10, 1999. (Concerning: High Holy Days, Rosh Hashanah, Yom             Kippur, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Rabbi Raphael Kanter)
  • “Testimonial to honor Lily Dumont Mindus.” September 5, 1999. (Concerning: Lily          (Mindus) Dumont)

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  • Seaman, Hank. “Hometown Snapshots: Artistry sees her through.” September 15, 1999.    (Concerning: Lily Dumont)
  • Schwartz, Mary. “To Israel, with love: Family’s trip mixes culture, history and pure           entertainment.” September 19, 1999. (Concerning: Israel, Mary Schwartz and          family)
  •  McNamara, Bill. “The light of commitment.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 4, 1999. (Concerning: Hanukkah)

Page 240

  • Lovinger, Robert. “A smaller but still vibrant community: While membership wanes at       synagogues such as Tifereth Israel, Jews remain an integral part of SouthCoast’s            diversity.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 2000. (Concerning: Emily     Mathis, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, SouthCoast Jewish community)
  • Arruda, David. Jr. “Untitled.” 2000. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi          Raphael Kanter, Hebrew and Jewish Studies class)

Page 241

  • Tench, Megan. “Abe Landau’s legacy is carried on.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,             Mass. March 29, 2000. (Concerning: Abe Landau, Ed Rudnick, Holocaust           Education Committee)
  • Gaines, Judith. “Whaling museum is given $1M gift.” The Boston Globe, Boston, Massachusetts. April 1, 2000. (Concerning: Irwin Jacobs, Qualcomm, New   Bedford Whaling Museum)
  • McNamara, Bill. “Continuing Abe’s quest.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.     February 21, 2000. (Concerning: Abe Landau, Holocaust Memorial)
  • Stewardson, Jack. “A whale of a gift: Tech tycoon donates million to museum.” The         Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 1, 2000. (Concerning: Irwin Jacons,       Qualcomm, New Bedford Whaling Museum)

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  • Schwartz, Mary. “Reliving Israel’s past on a trip of a lifetime: From Roman dining to        Neolithic digs, history comes alive.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.      September 19, 1999. (Concerning: Israel, Mary Schwartz and family)

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  • Cont: “Israel: History comes alive on trip.”
  • Lindenberg, Mary. “Walk in park brought Lindenbergs together.” September 24, 1999.     (Concerning: Mary Lindenberg, Martin Lindenberg)
  • “Scholars.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 24, 1999. (Concerning:     National Council of Jewish Women, Lauren Cohen, Loni Mielson, Natalia      Fedyuk, Marini Shishigina, Rachel Beth Castino, Jeffrey E. Levine, Eric S.        Martin, Berta Blitshten, Alla Pilevsky, Irina Shishigina, Maria Vassilieva)
  • McQuillan Weeks, Joanna. “Kosher recipes link past, future.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. November 3, 1999. (Concerning: The Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Kashrut)
  • “City honors beacon of culture.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.October 1,      1999. (Concerning: Lily Dumont)
  • Massey, Joanna. “UMass faculty group honors three professors.” The Standard-Times,      New Bedford, Mass. 1999. (Concerning: UMass Dartmouth, Nora Ganim Barnes, Peter London, William Kehoe)

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  • McNamara, Bill. “The light of dedication: Ancient tradition; modern commitment to faith             come together on Hanukkah.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.            December 3, 1999. (Concerning: Hanukkah, Sklut family)
  • Photo: “Finishing touches.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 3,         1999. (Concerning: Hanukkah, Jewish Convalescent Home, Ruth Fain) 

Page 245

  • “The Way We Were.” December 21, 1999. (Concerning: too many names to list- see          article)
  • “Mrs. Picard is Doing Fine, Thank You.” 1999. (Concerning: Shirley Picard)

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  • Obituary: Charles Elias. January 29, 1999.
  • Obituary: George D. Shuster. January 28, 1999.
  • Obituary: Philip J. Margolin. January 4, 1999.
  • Obituary: Joseph B. Ostin. February 9, 1999.
  • Obituary: Bertha Feingold. January 14, 1999.
  • Obituary: Mollie (Horvitz) Sederholm. January 16, 1999.
  • Obituary: Ida L. Lipman. February 18, 1999.
  • Obituary: Jack B. Weitzman. January 25, 1999.
  • Obituary: Betty Holland. January 27, 1999.
  • Obituary: Adolph Hirsch. March 10, 1999.
  • Obituary: Ronald Silver. February 20, 1999.
  • Obituary: Frances (Barish) Shuman. March 10, 1999.
  • Obituary: Helen Cohen. March 7, 1999.
  • Obituary: Harriet F. Siegel. June 18, 1999.
  • Obituary: Barnet Smola. May 18, 1999.
  • Obituary: Leon Cooperstein. July 23, 1999.
  • Obituary: Edward S. Gitlin. May 5, 1999.
  • Obituary: Lillian E. Horvitz. March 16, 1999.
  • Obituary: Edith Horvitz. August 22, 1999.
  • Obituary: Jerry “Max” Crock. September 12, 1999.
  • Obituary: Rhoda (Gotlib) Schwartz. September 14, 1999.

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  • Obituary: Louis B. Russell. November 10, 1999.
  • Obituary: Estelle Ruth (Shapiro) Shanbrun. September 21, 1999.
  • Obituary: Harvey Friedland. December 11, 1999.

Page 248

  • “Author offers workshop on Jewish meditation.” January 21, 2000. (Concerning: Mindy   Ribner, Jewish meditation, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Schwartz, Mary. “Huttlestons had influence on this family.” The Standard-Times, New     Bedford, Mass. February 21, 2000. (Concerning: Henry Huttleston Rogers, Blum    family)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Synagogue plans program on ‘Esther’.” The Standard-Times, New    Bedford, Mass. March 11, 2000. (Concerning: Purim, Sisterhood of Tifereth            Israel Synagogue, Church Women United of Greater New Bedford)
  • Photos: Couto, Mike. “Purim Party.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March     11, 2000. (Concerning: Purim, Bee Sylvia, Lydia, Boudreau, Fatima Peixoto,             Rose Meyers, New Bedford Jewish Convalescent Home)

Page 249

  • Seaman, Hank. “A View From the Bench.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.      March 24, 2000. (Concerning: Judge Malcolm Jones)

Page 250

  • Benard, Cynthia. “Gourmet grocer: Sid Wainer & Son a regular at restaurants here and      abroad.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 2, 2000. (Concerning: Henry Wainer, Sid Wainer & Son)
  • McNamara, Bill. “Holocaust program planned Sunday.” The Standard-Times, New           Bedford, Mass. April 5, 2000. (Concerning: Solly Ganor, Tiferth Israel         Synagogue, Holocaust)

Page 251

  • McNamara, Bill. “Chance encounter, final rescue link Holocaust survivor with Japan.”       The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 2000. (Concerning: Solly Ganor,          Tiferth Israel Synagogue, Holocaust, Japan)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Plight of Iranian Jews weighs heavy: Local celebration of Passover   comes brings focus on foreign court case.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,                         Mass. April 16, 2000. (Concerning: Iranian Jews, Passover, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael J. Kanter, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Rabbi Barry         David Hartman)

Page 252

  • Altschiller, Howard. “Rabbi instructs Marion Christians in Mysteries of Seder.” The          Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 19, 2000. (Concerning: Rabbi     Raphael Kanter, Passover Seder)
  • “The Way We Were: Betsy B. Winslow School, 1st or 2nd Grade, Around 1930.” 2000.      (Concerning: too many names to list- see article)
  • Conery, Ben. “Longtime pals unite as band, return to New Bedford for Jewish      celebration.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 22, 2000.           (Concerning: Israel Independence Day, Yom Hadash, Jon Nelson, Josh Nelson,      Adam Dehner, Dave Lefkowitz, the Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford,         Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

Page 253

  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Shabbat weekend features noted philanthropist.” The             Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 6, 2000. (Concerning: Lee Meyerhoff Hendler, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Author, philanthropist to speak at Ziskind weekend.”  The                 Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 12, 2000. (Concerning: Lee         Meyerhoff Hendler, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Hartnett, Ken. “Editor’s Notebook: Next week, come hear a local treasure.” The    Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 14, 2000. (Concerning: Lily Dumont)
  • Pawlak-Seaman, Susan. “Interfaith couples are focus of program at Tifereth Israel.” The    Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 15, 2000. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel     Synagogue, interfaith couples)
  • Pacheco, Richard. “Pianist Lily Dumont shares her treasures.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. May 23, 2000. (Concerning: Lily Dumont)

Page 254

  • Nicodemus, Aaron. “Ahead Headgear opens new building.”  The Standard-Times, New    Bedford, Mass. May 26, 2000. (Concerning: Ken Shwartz)
  • Mindus, Paul. “Times gone by tug son at mother’s concert.” The Standard-Times, New     Bedford, Mass. May 27, 2000. (Concerning: Lily Dumont)
  • Nicodemus, Aaron. “City native still on a roll: Wheels for luggage led to many ideas.”       The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 1, 2000. (Concerning: Bernard D.            Sadow)

Page 255

  • “The Way We Were: Betsy B. Winslow School, 7th Grade, 1941.” The Standard-Times,    New Bedford, Mass. July 2000. (Concerning: too many names to list- see article)
  • “Lieberman gets nod.” 2000. (Concerning: U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman)
  • Spillane, Jack. “Orthodox Jew’s selection seen as win for diversity.” The Standard-           Times, New Bedford, Mass. 2000. (Concerning: U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman,    Rabbi Barry David Hartman)

Page 256

  • Montague, Regina. “New Bedford company supplies cream of the crop: World’s best        chefs shop coastal firm.” The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. June 10, 2000.       (Concerning: Sid Wainer & Son, Henry Wainer)
  • Allardice, Linda. “Gift shop serves one generation after another.” The Standard-Times,     New Bedford, Mass. July 31, 2000. (Concerning: The Seltzer Gift Shop, Herb        Seltzer, Marge Seltzer)
  • Nicodemus, Aaron. “Health care workers picket Jewish Convalescent Home.” The             Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 9, 2000. (Concerning: Jewish         Convalescent Home)

Page 257

  • White, Michael. “Well-positioned: Qualcomm streamlines for wireless battles.” The           Associated Press, September 24, 2000. (Concerning: Qualcomm, Irwin Jacobs)
  • Wingfield, Nick. “A brewing disaster: Laptop is stolen.” The Wall Street Journal, September 24, 2000. (Concerning: Qualcomm, Irwin Jacobs)

Page 258

  • Seaman, Hank. “A Borscht-Belt Believer: Barry Shuster is intent on preserving the            Jewish comic tradition he adores.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.      October 1, 2000. (Concerning: Barry Shuster)

Page 259

  • Cont. “Shtick: Dartmouth man loves rapid-fire delivery.”
  • Obituary: Mary L. Segall. January 30, 2000.
  • Obituary: James Sachs. February 2, 2000.
  • Obituary: Zelma Miller. February 15, 2000.
  • Obituary: Miriam D. Estner. January 8, 2000.
  • Obituary: Howard Z. Mann. January 7, 2000.
  • Obituary: Irving R. Mendelson. January 18, 2000.
  • Concerning: Kolman Shapira. February 8, 2000.
  • Concerning: Ray M. (Cohen) Harrison. February 16, 2000.
  • Concerning: Martin Miller. March 9, 2000.
  • Concerning: Ida Lassow. February 19, 2000.
  • Concerning: Dorothy Shirley (Lassow) Klein. February 20, 2000.   

Page 260

  • Seaman, Hank. “Even death couldn’t break their bond.” The Standard-Times, New           Bedford, Mass. May 5, 2000. (Concerning: Abraham Landau, Frieda Landau,          Jewish Convalescent Home)
  • Obituary: Bernadette Barash. May 16, 2000.
  • Obituary: Freda Landau. May 2, 2000.
  • Obituary: Michael Taylor Epstein. May 8, 2000.
  • Obituary: Selma Kisner. June 11, 2000.
  • Obituary: Jerome J. Blumberg. June 30, 2000.
  • Obituary: Dr. Sidney M. Feldman. July 2, 2000.
  • Obituary: Selma L. (Levine) Guy. August 17, 2000.
  • Obituary: Harvey I. Shuster. June 24, 2000.
  • Obituary: Sidney Kaplan. July 16, 2000.
  • Obituary: Jerome P. Nathanson. October 17, 2000.

Page 261

  • Nicodemus, Aaron. “Ahead of its time: Inc. Magazine recognition caps stunning    success.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 12, 2000.     (Concerning: Ken Shwartz, Ahead Headgear)
  • McNamara, Bill. “ ‘To be holy is to do the right thing,’ scholar in residence says.” The       Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 18, 2000. (Concerning: Dr.             Eugene Korn, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)

Page 262

  • Cont. “Curchgoer: Sholar aat Ahavath Achim Synagogue holds listeners rapt.”
  • Thomas, Buddy. “Local tennis will miss this Guy.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,    Mass. January 24, 2001. (Concerning: Eddie Andrews, Nat Guy)
  • Nicodemus, Aaron. “Small business gets big honor: Lesco distributing earns SEED            award.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 3, 2000.    (Concerning: Peter Lesco, Lesco Distributing Co.)

Page 263

  • Couto, Mike. “Anticipating Hanukkah.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.           December 16, 2000. (Concerning: Hanukkah, The New Bedford Jewish     Community Early Childhood Center, Max Ginsberg, Dennis Britton)
  • Gauvin, Paul. “Fall River’s downtown needs new remedies for new year.” The Standard- Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 31, 2000. (Concerning: Nate Dondis, Eli            Dondis)
  • Spillane, Jack. “Seeking a good home: Rescue League seeks funds for new site.”  The       Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 19, 2000. (Concerning: Harvey       Mickelson)
  • Medeiros, Sara. “ ‘A story of triumph’: Holocaust observance features tribute to    survivor.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 16, 2001. (Concerning: Andre Scheinmann, Holocaust Memorial Observance, Jewish     Federation of Greater New Bedford, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel             Synagogue)

Page 264

  • Seaman, Hank. “Trio aim to revive Yiddish language with new club.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 22, 2000. (Concerning: Esther Gold,       Renee Lipson, Louise Macy, Adas Israel Synagogue, Fall River Yiddish Club)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Bethel service to honor Four Chaplains.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 2001. (Concerning: Seaman’s Bethel, 1st Lt. George L. Fox, 1st Lt. Rabbi Alexander D. Goode, 1st Lt. Clark V. Poling, 1st Lt. Father John P.         Washington)
  • “Winslow School, 8th Grade, January 1941.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.   2001. (Concerning: too many names to list- see article)

Page 265

  • Medeiros, Michael. “A gem for 55 years: Brand’s jewelers to close its doors.” The             Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 2001. (Concerning: Abraham Brand,   Brand’s Jewelers)
  • Mickelson, Ilene. “Fighting Crohn’s disease with ‘feistiness, humor, zest for life’.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 23, 2001. (Concerning: Ilene Mickelson, Loni Mickelson, Dr. Clinton Levin)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Speakers exalt ‘Triumphant Spirit’.” The Standard-Times, New         Bedford, Mass. May 7, 2001. (Concerning: Holocaust, Tifereth Israel Synagogue,    Bishop Sean Patrick O’Malley, Nick Del Calzo, The Jewish Federation of Greater       New Bedford)

Page 266

  • Spillane, Jack. “Penikese Island: Jewish leaders mark lepers’ graves.” The Standard-          Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 30, 2001. (Concerning: Rabbi Rafael Kanter,          Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim   Synagogue, Penikese lepers)
  • Robinson, Matthew S. “Putting the Pieces Together Again: Chronicling the History of the            Penikese Island Lepresarium.” The Jewish Advocate, March 23-29, 2001.      (Concerning: Penikese lepers) 

Page 267

  • Seaman, Hank. “Dartmouth teen turns bar mitzvah into ‘tzedakah’ - an act of loving          kindness.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 15, 2001.          (Concerning: Zach Gitlin, tzedakah)
  • “Couple to be honored for support of disabled.” The Standard-Times, New            Bedford, Mass. May 3, 2001. (Concerning: Eileen Waxler, David Waxler)
  • Gomez, Cynthia. “Ceremony honors victims, survivors of Holocaust.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 21, 2001. (Concerning: Holocaust, Andre       Joseph Scheinmann, Yom Ha-Shoah)
  • Nicodemus, Aaron. “Head of its class: Magazine names Ahead Headgear fastest-growing             inner-city business.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 27, 2001.          (Concerning: Ahead Headgear, Ken Shwartz)

Page 268

  • Cont. “Ahead: tops list of inner-city businesses.”
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Scheinmann is focus of Holocaust tribute.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. April 17, 2001. (Concerning: Holocaust, Andre Scheinmann)
  • Brown, Curt. “Activities honor judges, attorneys.”  The Standard-Times, New       Bedford, Mass. May 2, 2001. (Concerning: William Carey, August C. Taveira,         Davis Howes, Charles Tsouprake, Edward Hicks, Donald Zeman, Daniel David,            George Thomas, Fred Thomas, Sidney Beserosky, Louis Stone)
  • White Dick. “Voice from Old School seems new in crude age.” The Standard-Times,        New Bedford, Mass. May 8, 2001. (Concerning: Stan Lipp)

Page 269

  • Seaman, Hank. “The Wedding Planner: Organizing parties, nuptual and otherwise, is         Wendy Joblon’s metier.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 4, 2001.    (Concerning: Wendy Joblon)
  • Desrosiers, Sharon. “City man honored for 500 hours of volunteering.” The Standard-       Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 30, 2001. (Concerning: David Salk, Jewish War          Veterans)

Page 270

  • Brown, Curt. “ ‘Eppie’ back in court: Memories of reporter live on in classic image.” The   Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 25, 2001. (Concerning: Judge August     C. Taveira, Joe Epstein)
  • “A Lesson in History.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 5, 2001.    (Concerning: Raphael J. Kanter, Holocaust Memorial, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Seaman, Hank. “Bonding at the breast: Nursing yields a bounty of benefits for mother      and child, but it may not be easy at first.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford,        Mass. 2001. (Concerning: Melynda Schudrich, David Schudrich)
  • “The way we were.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 1, 2001. (Concerning: Rabbi Jacob Rand)
  • “UMD library gets $5,000.” November 11, 2001. (Concerning: Dr. Mel Yoken, Ann          Montgomery, UMass Dartmouth Library) 

Page 271

  • Spillane, Jack. “Wainer’s expansion plans alarm elderly neighbors.” The Standard-Times,   New Bedford, Mass. June 10, 2001. (Concerning: Sid Wainer & Sons Specialty     Produce, Mark Zajac, Mayor Frederick M. Kalisz Jr.)
  • McCabe, Jim. “Brimming with success.” The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. July 12,           2001. (Concerning: Ken Shwartz)
  • [Continued article w/out beginning] The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.      September 24, 2001. (Concerning: Alan Ades, Ruth Ades, Ahavath Achim          Synagogue, 9/11, Paul Friedman)

Page 272

  • Cont. “Brimming with success.”
  • Lovinger, Robert. “ ‘Moby Dick,’ comic book.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,         Mass. August 4, 2001. (Concerning: Gordon H. Wolfe, Lew Sayre Schwartz,            Steve Urbon)

Page 273

  • Pateakos, Jay. “50 years of shoes and service.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,           Mass. August 19, 2001. (Concerning: Harve’s Shoe Box, Michael Friedland,   Barbara Friedland)
  • Apuzzo, Matt. “We have to find a way to live together.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. September 10, 2001. (Concerning: Michael Bar-Zohar, Israel)
  • Ostling, Richard N. “Yom Kippur especially somber: Congregants confront terrorism.”      The Associated Press. (Concerning: 9/11, Yom Kippur)

Page 274

  • Seaman, Hank. “Keeper of the Flame: UMD archivist is on a mission to preserve artifacts that reflects life in the SouthCoast.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.           2001. (Concerning: Judy Farrar, UMass Dartmouth Archives and Special        Collections)
  • “Horvitz weekend begins tonight.” November 15, 2001. (Concerning: Rabbi Ephraim        Buchwald, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Moskowitz, Eric. “Radio favorite signs off.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.   December 1, 2001. (Concerning: Stan Lipp)
  • “UMass site hailed as Fall River boom.” December 23, 2001. (Concerning: UMass             Dartmouth, Kenneth Fiola Jr., Mayor Edward Lambert Jr.)

Page 275

  • Seaman, Hank. “Changing Lives Through Literature.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 4, 2001. (Concerning: Changing Lives Through         Literature Program, Dr. Robert Waxler, Wayne Saint Pierre, Robert J. Kane)
  • “Former city man gives $100 million to California symphony.” The Standard-Times,          New Bedford, Mass.January 12, 2002. (Concerning: Irwin Jacobs, Joan Jacobs,      Qualcomm Inc., San Diego Symphony)
  • Lovinger, Robert. “Jacobs hopes his good turn will inspire others.” The Standard-Times,   New Bedford, Mass. January 16, 2002. (Concerning: Irwin Jacobs, Joan Jacobs,     Qualcomm Inc., San Diego Symphony)
  • “Commitment and Leadership.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 12,    2002. (Concerning: Rebecca Barnet Krasnegor)
  • “Martin and Mary Lindenberg of 20 Emerald Drive, North Dartmouth, recently     celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary.” March 3, 2002.

Page 276

  • Cont. “Changing Lives Through Literature.”
  • “Program gives credit for life experiences.” December 23, 2001. (Concerning: UMass        Dartmouth, Dr. Robert Waxler)
  • Nicodemus, Aaron. “Supporter of Sagres is honored: Gets Portuguese Navy Cross for his             devotion to tall ship.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 2, 2001. (Concerning: Joseph Silverstein)
  • Nicodemus, Aaron. “Potential hotel site is on the block: Developers are showing interest, consultant says.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 2, 2001.         (Concerning: Scott Nanfelt, Gordon H. Wolfe, George Leontire)   
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Festival of Lights festivities begin tomorrow.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 8, 2001. (Concerning: Hanukkah, Ahavath Achim             Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Barry         David Hartman, Rabbi            Raphael Kanter)

Page 277

  • Iddon, Jack. “Shedding light on Hanukkah.” December 8, 2001. [picture]
  • Lovinger, Robert. “Holiday marks victory, repair of Jewish temple.” The Standard-           Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 8, 2001. (Concerning: Hanukkah)
  • Lovinger, Robert. “A time for family, friends and passing along traditions.” The    Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 8, 2001. (Concerning:      Hanukkah, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Barry         David Hartman, Rabbi Raphael Kanter)
  • Lovinger, Robert. “In Israel, city native seeks cure for cancer.” The Standard-Times,         New Bedford, Mass. May 2, 2002. (Concerning: Dr. Ephraim (Philip) Lansky,        Israel)
  • “Ahead Headgear takes on apparel.” July 2002. (Concerning: Ahead Headgear, Ken         Shwartz)
  • Atkinson, John.“Mattapoisett Roundup: Miles make concerns acute.” June 4, 2002.           (Concerning: Edith Lansky, Philip Lansky, Sidney Lansky, Yu Shen Lansky)
  • Lovinger, Robert. “Columnist to make keynote speech.” The Standard-Times, New           Bedford, Mass. June 24, 2002. (Concerning: Jeff Jacoby, Tifereth Israel       Synagogue, The Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Marina Nasman)

Page 278

  • Seaman, Hank. “Magnifique!: UMD’s Mel Yoken receives France’s highest academic       honor - but he’s still a Durfee High boy at heart.” The Standard-Times, New            Bedford, Mass. December 11, 2001. (Concerning: Dr. Mel Yoken)
  • “New officers installed at Tifereth Israel synagogue.” 2002. (Concerning: tifereth Israel    Synagogue, Harold Kaufman, George Wolfe, Robert L. Lipman, Robert M.       Eisner, Sonia Kobrin, Bruce Kestenbaum, June A. Smith, Arthur A. Rosenblatt)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Jewish holy days begin tonight.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. September 6, 2002. (Concerning: Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, High Holy Days, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi         Barry David Hartman, Rabbi Raphael Kanter)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Synagogues announce services for Yom Kippur.” The Standard-       Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 14, 2002. (Concerning: Yom Kippur,     High Holy Days, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi            Barry David Hartman, Rabbi Raphael Kanter)

Page 279

  • Atkinson, John. “ ‘Good literature’: Daniel Lasdow plans to expand repetoire, reach of     Tri-County Symphonic Band.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.        December 9, 2001. (Concerning: Daniel Lasdow, Edith Pliskin, Jesse (Jacintho)          Ferro, Phill Danforth Jr.)
  •  Rudnick, Edward. “Jewish community will miss bishop.” September 6, 2002.        (Concerning: Bishop Sean P. O’Malley)
  • Goldscheifer, Eric. “At home with Aaron Lansky.” The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass.       2002. (Concerning: Aaron Lansky, National Yiddish Book Center)

Page 280

  • “Friends of Buttonwood help the park.” May 4, 2002. (Concerning: Florence Novick,       Fred Beaumont, Anne Whiting, Jean Smith)
  • Seaman, Hank. “Studying for life: For more than 40 years, Phyllis Mayer has been taking college courses - everything from gerontology to religion to women’s studies.”          The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 21, 2002. (Concerning: Phyllis     Mayer)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Synagogues, Jews prepare for Sukkot.” The Standard-Times, New    Bedford, Mass. September 20, 2002. (Concerning: Sukkot, Simchat Torah,   Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Rabbi from New York City will be guest speaker at Horvitz weekend.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 26, 2002.         (Concerning: Rabbi Marc Angel, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)

Page 281

  • Seaman, Hank. “A late bloomer: David Danis always had artistic talent, but it took a         while for others to notice and nurture his skills.”  The Standard-Times, New     Bedford, Mass. 2002. (Concerning: David Danis)
  • Mcquillan Weeks, Joanna. “Wainer specialty company vies in national food            competition.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. July 10, 2002.           (Concerning: Henry B. Wainer, Sid Wainer & Son Specialty Produce and     Specialty Foods) 

Page 282

  • Mclean, Laura. “Meet Barney Helfand, 88, vegetable gardener extraordinaire.” The           Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 3, 2002. (Concerning: Barney             Helfand)
  • Baum, Evelyn J. “Wife recounts husband’s trail tale.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. August 4, 2002. (Concerning: Ken Lipman)
  • Botelho, Bridget. “Education group to honor literacy volunteer’s efforts.” The Standard-  Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 24, 2002. (Concerning: Julius Shaw)

Page 283

  • Baum, Evelyn J. “Cycling from Plymouth to Provincetown: Pals team up for 3-day ‘rally’             on Cape Cod.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 20, 2002.          (Concerning: Ken Lipman, Vic Mailey, Bettina Borders, Marion Kendricks, Leroy Kendricks)
  • [pic.] Gallagher, Andrew T. “Grand Friends.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 31, 2002. (Concerning: Sophia Aaron, Joyce Aaron, New Bedford Jewish      Community Early Childhood Center)
  • Blum-Schwartz, Mary. “Your View: Immersion was how I learned English.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 6, 2002. (Concerning: Mary        Blum-Schwartz)   

Page 284

  • MacLachlan, Morgan. “Landmark Dedication: Sculpture tailor-made for museum.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 17, 2002. (Concerning: Richard          Sadow)
  • Moskowitz, Eric. “(A)musings on Hanikkah.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 29, 2002. (Concerning: New Bedford Jewish Community Early             Childhood Center, Hanukkah, Victoria Miller, Sarah Levine, Jameson Pye, Kalan      Green)

Page 285

  • Pateakos, Jay. “62 years of dedication: For George Schwartz, Park Motors was always      more than a business.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 2,            2002. (Concerning: George Schwartz, Thelma Schwartz)
  • Nicodemus, Aaron. “Planting the seeds of expansion: Sid Wainer & Son buys former        factory site, 22-acre farm.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December    12, 2002. (Concerning: Sid Wainer & Son, Henry B. Wainer)
  • Barcellos, Robert J. “Hanukkah is a true holiday for the home.” The Standard-Times,        New Bedford, Mass. November 30, 2002. (Concerning: Hanukkah, Rabbi Raphael Kanter, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue) 

Page 286

  • Moskowitz, Eric. “Volunteers serve hearty holiday to area seniors: Long-standing Holy     Name of the Sacred Heart tradition still going strong.”  The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. December 26, 2002. (Concerning: Ellen Hull, Kevin Crabtree,         Stan Levine, Christmas)
  • [Pic.] Iddon, Jack. “A Furry Friend.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 18, 2003. (Concerning: Sam Andelman, Tu B’shevat, New Bedford Jewish    Community Early Childhood Center) 
  • [Pic.] Iddon, Jack. “Light of Hanukkah shines.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford,        Mass. November 30, 2002. (Concerning: Hanukkah, Rabbi Raphael Kanter and         family)
  • “Typographical Club 1927.” February 11, 2003. (Concerning: see article - too many           names to list)

Page 287

  • Wielawski, Irene. “The Will To See: Since birth Samuel Genensky  ’49 fought his status    as legally blind. Now, at sixty-six, he can finally see.” Brown Alumni Monthly,        Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. 2003. (Concerning: Sam Genensky)
  • Gomez, Cyntthia. “Teacher transcends mysterious illness.”  The Standard-Times, New      Bedford, Mass. February 28, 2003. (Concerning: Carol Kanter)

Page 288

  • “Tifereth Israel to host ‘Shabbat Across America.’ ” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 22, 2003. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael          Kanter, Cantor Nathaniel Schudrich, Rabbi Ephraim Buchwald)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Rabbi believes life offers infinite possibilities.” The   Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 25, 2003. (Concerning: Rabbi          Bernard Glassman)
  • Perdue, Beth. “Footnotes: Podiatrist reflects on his 57 years in the business.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 22, 2003. (Concerning: Dr. Irving             Snyder)

Page 289

  • Albernaz, Ami. “A rare gift: New Torah is singular, reverential event for synagogue.”        The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 2003. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel        Synagogue, Torah, Rabbi Raphael Kanter, Cantor Nathaniel Schudrich)

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  • Baum, Evelyn. “New Bedford’s loss, New Mexico’s gain: City native finds enchantment in land of diversity.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 30, 2003.       (Concerning: Stormie Parham, Gail Goldstein)
  • Albernaz, Ami. “ ‘Once in a generation’: New Torah installed for Tifereth Israel     Congregation.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 5, 2003.             (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Gordon Wolfe)

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  • McQuillan Weeks, Joanna. “Next best thing to ‘Iron Chef’: Distinguished guests match    wits in cook-off featuring the bounty of New Bedford’s Sid Wainer & Son.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 2003. (Concerning: Sid Wainer & Son)

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  • [Cont.] “Next best thing to ‘Iron Chef’: Distinguished guests match wits in cook-off         featuring the bounty of New Bedford’s Sid Wainer & Son.”
  • Seaman, Hank. “A Legacy of Loyalty: Only death could sever the bond between Alice     Garifales and the Cohen family, with whom she’d worked for close to 50 years.”       The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 2003. (Concerning: Alice Garifales,     Jed Cohen and family)

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  • [Cont.] “A Legacy of Loyalty: Only death could sever the bond between Alice      Garifales and the Cohen family, with whom she’d worked for close to 50 years.”
  • “Cabaret singer helps celebrate Jewish culture at UMD benefit.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. May 13, 2003. (Concerning: CJC UMass Dartmouth)
  • “UMD alternative sentencing course plans Web site.” The Standard-Times, New    Bedford, Mass. May 27, 2003. (Concerning: Changing Lives Through Literature,       Dr. Robert P. Waxler, Superior Court Judge Robert Kane)

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  • Hornblower, Sam. “A living treasure: Vintage recordings rekindle admiration for master    pianist Lily Dumont.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 27, 2003.           (Concerning: Lily Dumont, WWII)
  • “Winslow School.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 22, 2003.        (Concerning: Rita (Desjardins) Lemlin, Gladys Wollison, Florence Menino, Hope        Lumiansky, Betty McIntosh, Norbert Fraga, Patricia Murphy, Louise Martin,          Sidney Kaplan, Charles Gifford, Anna Ofstrock, Auberta Murphy, Barbara         Thatcher)

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  • Cuddy, Don. “Remembering Calie: Friends and family honor an unforgetable woman       who made a difference in many lives.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.          June 1, 2003. (Concerning: Clara “Calie” Goldberg, National Council of Jewish           Women)
  • Seaman, Hank. “He’s been down, but today he’s on top of the world.” The Standard-       Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 1, 2003. (Concerning: Ted Tull)

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  • Benson, Nancy. “Most likely to succeed: City native pens book linking high school            characteristics to workplace behavior.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.     June 23, 2003. (Concerning: Dr. Wilma Bor Davidson, Jack Dougherty)

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  • Lewis, Tony. “The Breakfast Club: Crew of longtime pals meet monthly to talk, laugh,      maintain their New Bedford bond.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.            June 24, 2003. (Concerning: Steve Mazza, Charlie Horvitz, Jeff Lipsitt, Seth      Asser, Carl Cohen, Randy Torman)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Tifereth Israel Congragation installs new officers.” The         Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 28, 2003. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel     Synagogue, Gordon H. Wolfe, Arthur A. Rosenblatt, Robert M. Eisner, Sonia Kobrin, Paul Bacdayan, Robert L. Lipman, Bruce Kestenbaum)

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  • Baum, Evelyn J. “A tasteful book group: Members often match potluck dishes to theme    of month’s selection.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. July 9, 2003.             (Concerning: Julie Kelly, Evelyn Baum, Janet Freedman, Marion London, Joan           Ouellette)

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  • Schwartz, Mary. “Your View: Experiencing joy of Meals on Wheels.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. July 10, 2003. (Concerning: Meals on Wheels          Program, Mary Schwartz, The Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • Atkinson, John. “Fall River native Ann Danis looks forward to taking orchestra podium.”             The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. July 20, 2003. (Concerning: Ann      Danis)
  • “In our Neighborhoods and schools: Library’s portraits draw special visitors.” The             Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 3, 2003. (Concerning: Abraham          Landau, Theresa Coish, Phyllis Mayer, Jacqueline Pery d’Alincourt, Maia      Wechsler, Cynthia Token)

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  • Barnes, Jennette. “Caring that endures: Dartmouth man has final wish for area children.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 5, 2003. (Concerning:         Raymond Eisenberg)
  • Brown, Curt. “Jews urged to remember Holocaust.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 20, 2003. (Concerning: Holocaust Memorial Stone, Cantor   Nathaniel Schudrich, Jewish Cemetery, Rabbi Raphael Kanter, Tifereth Israel           Synagogue, Rabbi Barry Hartman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Wil Herrup, The     Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • “Retired judge joins faculty.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 5, 2003.             (Concerning: George Jacobs)
  • “UMass Hillel to celebrate Sukkot starting tomorrow.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 15, 2003. (Concerning: UMass Dartmouth Hillel, Sukkot)

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  • Brooks Andrews, David. “Project bears fruit: filmmaker Kaufman chronicles a unique       Caribbean community.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 19,          2003. (Concerning: Joan Kaufman)
  • Boyce, David B. “ARTicles Notes on the Arts.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,        Mass. October 19, 2003. (Concerning: Karl Unnasch, Leonard Dente, Lara       Charlesbois, Justine Alves, Paul Dumaine, Laura Elizabeth Oakes, Angela         Amaral)
  • Rowe, Douglas J. “Val Kilmer isn’t a bad guy - he just plays one on-screen.” The   Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 19, 2003. (Concerning: Val             Kilmer)

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  • “Synagogue hosts Scholar in Residence Weekend.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,   Mass. October 25, 2003. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Dr. David Shatz, Sydney Horvitz)
  • “Speaking of Halloween…Kids know what they want to wear, even if they don’t know   why.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 26, 2003. (Concerning:       Harriet Gottesman’s)
  • “Rabbi Glassman speaks tonight at UMD library.” November 6, 2003. (Concerning:          Rabbi Bernard Glassman, UMass Dartmouth)
  • Seaman, Hank. “Parents heartbreaking book shatters stereotypes about an addict’s life.”    The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 12, 2003. (Concerning: Dr.             Robert Waxler, Linda Waxler, “Losing Jonathan,” Jonathan Blake Waxler)

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  • McLean, Laura. “Turnips are turning up: Barney Helfand reaps a bumper crop os the         native vegatable - and more.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.         November 8, 2003. (Concerning: Barney Helfand)

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  • Ortiz, David J. “Greenhouses to sprout in city’s North End: Wainer & Son plans to grow salad greens.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 16, 2003.             (Concerning: Sid Wainer & Son Co.)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Rabbi to read ‘Moby-Dick’ in Hebrew.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 3, 2004. (Concerning: Rabbi Raphael J. Kanter, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, New Bedford Whaling Museum)
  • “William E. Caplan, M.D., medical director of Hawthorne Medical Associates, was           awarded…” January 4, 2004. (Concerning: William E. Caplan)
  • Gagne, Michael. “Your View: Saving tree is tribute to Fairhaven woman.” The Standard-  Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 14, 2004. (Concerning: Bernice Bromberg)

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  • “What’s Beyond for Bed Bath & Beyond?: The retailer is pursuing rapid expansion, but    that could strain its winning formula.” Business Week, January 19, 2004.           (Concerning: Steven H. Temares, Warren Eisenberg, Leonard Feinstein)

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  • Lewis, Tony. “Klezmer Kids: Students exercise musical muscles with upbeat Jewish folk genre.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 23, 2004.      (Concerning: Moshe Feldman, Jeremy Baker-Smith, Kayla Roth, Julie Roth,           Kristin Roth, Klezmorchestra) 
  • Weisberg, Tim. “Grille proves ‘healthy’ isn’t a code word for bland, boring.” February      12, 2004. (Concerning: Healthy Grille, Michael Glassman)

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  • “Women’s Seder planned at UMass.” February 20, 2004. (Concerning: UMass       Dartmouth CJC/Hillel, Women’s Seder, Anita I. Jacobs, The National Council of    Jewish Women, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • “Maritime International honors leaders.” February 22, 2004. (Concerning: David    Wechsler, Al Cordeiro, Michelle Caron, Barry De St. Croix, Lisa Beaulieu,   Connie Mello, Bill Kennedy, Harvey Mickelson, I.H. Schwartz Rehabilitation          Center)
  • Urbon, Steve. “Mixed reactions to ‘Passion’: Area clergymen view film with reporter.”      The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 26, 2004. (Concerning: “The             Passion of the Christ,” Rabbi Raphael Kanter)
  • “Discussion to follow professor’s reading.” February 23, 2004. (Concerning: “Losing        Jonathan,” Dr. Robert Waxler)

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  • Urbon, Steve. “Film stirs religious passion.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.     February 29, 2004. (Concerning: “The Passion of the Christ,” Rabbi Raphael     Kanter)
  • [Ad] “Teaching about the Holocaust.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 29, 2004. (Concerning: Holocaust, Hitler, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Work with literature program earns UMD professor award.” March 1, 2004.         (Concerning: Dr. Robert Waxler, UMass Dartmouth, Changing Lives Through           Literature)

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  • Trainor, Chris. “Students are honored for community service.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. March 5, 2004. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans Classmates          Today - Neighbors Tomorrow Brotherhood Award, Kellie McBratney, Michael      Baulier, Joshua Jacintho, Emily Fishbein)
  • “New Bedford Community Update: Jewish Federation offers free lecture.” The Standard-            Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 6, 2004. (Concerning: Jewish Federation of     Greater New Bedford, United States Holocaust Museum, Dr. William Meinecke,    “Hitler’s Other Victims,” Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Winder, Katherine. “Clergy group will discuss Gibson film.” The Standard-Times, New    Bedford, Mass. March 6, 2004. (Concerning: “The Passion of the Christ,” Rabbi      William Kaufman, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Dr. Robert Waxler, Manya             Farrell)
  • “New Bedford: Purim Celebeation and Purim Holiday Program.” March 6, 2004. (Concerning: Purim, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “New Bedford: Jewish Federation Blood Bank Drive/Kosher Wine Tasting.” March 13,    2004. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Jewish Federation of Greater New          Bedford)
  • “Passover Relief Fund Drive.” March 13, 2004. (Concerning: Jewish Federation of            Greater New Bedford)
  • “8 educators to receive awards for excellence.” March 9, 2004. (Concerning: Sherry          Krause-Mazza)
  • Ferreira, Joao. “Local panel tackles ‘Passion’.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,           Mass. March 9, 2004. (Concerning: Rabbi William Kaufman, “The Passion of the    Christ,” Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Dr. Robert Waxler)
  • “Dartmouth - Meghan Hanifey Boardman and Charles Thomas Siegal were married           September 13th.” 2003.
  • “Attorney Alan S. Novick is a contributing author to “A Practical Guide to Estate             Planning in Massachusetts.” March 7, 2004. (Concerning: Alan S. Novick)

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  • White, Dick. “A Wonderland of Food.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March            7, 2004. (Concerning: Sid Wainer & Son, Henry Wainer)

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  • McQuillan Weeks, Joanna. “Tasting offers varietals for Kosher table.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 31, 2004. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel           Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael Kantor, Kosher wine)
  • Aquarone, Marie-Christine. “Preserving Culinary History: Johnson & Wales museum         offers eclectic displays.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 31,      2004. (Concerning: The Culinary Archives and Museum at Johnson and Wales            University)  

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  • Kerr, Paula. “The Seder Supper.” The Herald News, Fall River, Mass. March 31, 2004.      (Concerning: Passover, David Greer, Marion Greer)
  • “Rosenfield Raymon Pielech PC, one of the leading certified public accounting firms in    Southeastern Massachusetts, recently elected Elliot I. Rosenfield, CPA, to a two-            year term as managing partner.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April       18, 2004. (Concerning: Elliot I. Rosenfield)

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  • “Author of book on Middle East war to speak at tifereth Israel.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. April 17, 2004. (Concerning: Israel, Dr. Michael Oren,           Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

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  • Gallagher, Andrew T. “Laurel Tree Players stage ‘Nunsense’ 5.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. March 14, 2004. (Concerning: “Meshuggah-Nuns,” Sue         Staniunas, Carolina Macedo, Lara-Beth Lavigne, Lynne Deneau, Ken             McPherson)
  • Nicodemus, Aaron. “Author speaks on evolving U.S. - Israel relationship.” The Standard- Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 26, 2004. (Concerning: Israel, Dr. Michael     Oren, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Scholarship founder to be honored at BCC.” May 21, 2004. (Concerning: Dr. Irving        Fradkin, Bristol Community College)
  • Rocha, Zach. “Strong in spirit, body: 21-year-old has fought the odds, becoming a            national karate champion.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 25,     2004. (Concerning: Matt Axelrad, Ryan Goddu)

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  • “Concentration camp liberators remembered.” April 26, 2004. (Concerning: Yom   HaShoah, Holocaust/WWII, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Nate Barry, Judge Milton      Silva, Eli Heimberg, Ellsworth Cunningham, Dr. Konstantine Yankopolus)
  • “The Once and Future Qualcomm: When Irwin Jacobs eventually retires, will son Paul      win his bid for the corner office?” Business Week, May 3, 2004. (Concerning: Qualcomm Inc., Irwin Mark Jacobs, Paul Eric Jacobs)
  • Nicodemus, Aaron. Second Front: ‘Liberators’ speak for Holocaust observance.” The        Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 3, 2004. (Concerning: Yom         HaShoah, Holocaust/WWII, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Nate Barry, Judge Milton           Silva, Eli Heimberg, Ellsworth Cunningham, Dr. Konstantine Yankopolus)

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  • “Recognizing Excellence in Congregational Programming.” The United Synagogue           Review. Spring 2004. (Concerning: The United Synagogue of conservative Judaism)
  • Rocha, Zach. “2 NBHS seniors receive $20,000 scholarships.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 17, 2004. (Concerning: Irwin Jacobs)

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  • Thomas, Buddy. “Meeting a goal, missing a Mom.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,   Mass. June 7, 2004. (Concerning: Adam Kanter, Carol Kanter, Marc Kanter)
  • “Jewish Federation recognizes dedication.” June 12, 2004. (Concerning: The Jewish          Federation of Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Cynthia Yoken, Jim Wilcox, Judy Pollack)
  • “Jewish Federation remembers victims: Group to co-sponsor Boston event for those          affected by terrorism.” July 24, 2004. (Concerning: The Jewish Federation of    Greater New Bedford, Tisha B’Av, Israel, Argentina)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Pulitzer Prize nominee Ruth Gruber to visit city.” The           Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 7, 2004. (Concerning: Ruth Gruber,    Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Israel)

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  • Lewis, Tony. “Kosher program feeds the body and the soul.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. July 14, 2004. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Kosher     Nutrition Program for Older Adults, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedfrod,             The New Bedford Jewish Convalescent Home)
  • Boyce, David B. “Exhibit is opening salvo of ‘New Bedford Cabinet’.” The Standard-     Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 8, 2004. (Concerning: The New ?Bedford Cabinet of Natural History, Depictions of Jewish Religion and Life in 17th and 18th Century European Prints) 
  • “Program seeks to change lives through literature.” August 9, 2004. (Concerning:   Changing Lives Through Litarature, Dr. Robert Waxler)

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  • Henry, Ray. “Beach wall pits neighbor vs. neighbor.” The Standard-Times, New    Bedford, Mass. August 20, 2004. (Concerning: David Glicksman)
  • “Jewish home has record of excellence.” August 29, 2004. (Concerning: New Bedford      Jewish Convalescent Home)
  • Gavazzi, Eleanor. “Sharing lives through a painting.” September 12, 2004. (Concerning:    Mary Lindenberg)
  • Andrade Rodrigue, Linda. “High Holy Days bring hope for a sweet new year.” The          Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 11, 2004. (Concerning: High          Holy Days, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim             Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael Kanter, New Bedford Jewish Community   Early Childhood Center)   

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  • Goren, Daniel E. “Not Your Average Joe’s to open 8 more restaurants: Chain doubling in             size with the help of $6.5 million investment.” The Standard-Times, New      Bedford, Mass. October 13, 2004. (Concerning: Steve Silverstein, Not Your      Average Joe’s Inc.)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Yom Kippur rituals designed to sharpen focus on      spirituality.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 25, 2004.             (Concerning: Yom Kippur, Shemini Atzeret, Simchat Torah, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Synagogue, school dedicate mezuzot.” October 23, 2004. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel     Synagogue, Bernard H. Ziskind School of Judaism, Rabbi Raphael Kanter)
  • “Debra Sadow Koenig, a shareholder in the Milwaukee office of Godfrey & Kahn has      been selected by her peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America.”      November 21, 2004. (Concerning: Debra Sadow Koenig)
  • “Ahavath Achim hosts annual scholar-in-residence weekend.” October 16, 2004.   (Concerning: Rachel Friedman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Tifereth Israel celebrates anniversary of late service.” The      Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 23, 2004. (Concerning: Tifereth         Israel Synagogue)

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  • Ortiz, David J. “A Lost Art: In an age of throw-away electronics, furniture and footwear,             old-fashioned repairmen are a dying breed.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,         Mass. October 10, 2004. (Concerning: Ralph Harary, Scott Amorin)

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  • Enoksen, Charlotte. “Schudrich family helps bring joy to senior citizens.” The Standard-   Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 27, 2004. (Concerning: Melynda            Schudrich, Nathaniel Schudrich)
  • Ferreira, Joao. “Street design guide heeds pedestrians.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. December 3, 2004. (Concerning: Robert J. Carey)
  • Perez-Dormitzer, Jason. “See how their gardens grow: Wainer & Son experiments with     new crops on Dartmouth farm.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.          November 14, 2004. (Concerning: Henry Wainer, Sid Wainer & Son Inc.)
  • “Dartmouth History Program.” The Chronicle: Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. (Concerning:   Joe Barbero, Rubin Goldstein, Stanley Goldstein)

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  • Ferreira, Joao. “Wednesday marks beginning of Hanukkah.” The Standard-Times, New     Bedford, Mass. December 15, 2004. (Concerning: Hanukkah, Rabbi Barry David    Hartman, Rabi Raphael Kanter, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim     Synagogue) 
  • Trachtenberg, Rona. “Jewish women’s council assists Women’s Center.” The Standard-    Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 21, 2003. (Concerning: National Council            of Jewish Women)
  • Palmer, Lisa. “Satisfying a burning need to understand Hanukkah candles.” The    Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 19, 2003. (Concerning:    Hanukkah, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael Kanter)

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  • Lowney, Brian J. “Savoring Hanukkah: Families celebrate ancient Jewish holiday with      traditional dishes.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 8, 2004.         (Concerning: Hanukkah, Asher Schudrich, Melynda Schurdich, Minna Kenler)
  • Ortiz, David J. “Family of city native donates $100M to Miami medical school.” The        Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 2004. (Concerning: Leonard M. Miller)

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  • Ortiz, David J. “Wainer greenhouse hailed as a success for city.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. December 15, 2004. (Concerning: Sid Wainer & Son, Henry Wainer)
  • “Childhood center to hold winter festival.” December 16, 2004. (Concerning: The New    Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood Center)
  • “Dartmouth artist presents ‘David’s Rainbow’.” December 16, 2004. (Concerning: David             Danis)
  • “Yom Hadash to play at beneifit concert.” December 14, 2004. (Concerning: UMass         Dartmouth CJC/Hillel, Yom Hadash)

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  • [Pic.] “Festival of Lights.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 20,         2003. (Concerning: Asher Hillel Schudrich, Hanukkah)
  • Frauwirth, Mat. “New Bedford’s many Santa Fe connections.” The Standard-Times, New            Bedford, Mass. December 27, 2004. (Concerning: Alice Howland, Eleanor    Brownell, Millicent Rogers, Mary Cabot Wheelwright)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Jews observeing festival of Hanukkah.” The Standard-          Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 20, 2003. (Concerning: Hanukkah,          Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Ferreira, Joao. “Fairhaven Woman of the Year: Woman’s life was model of compassion     toward all.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 31, 2004. (Concerning: Bernice Bromberg)

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  • Schwartz, Mary. “An immigrant’s first Christmas in Fairhaven.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. December 24, 2004. (Concerning: Mary Schwartz,     Christmas)

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  • Gallagher, Andrew T. “Sukkah Hopping: Jewish Families mark harvest holiday by             building, visiting homemade huts.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.           2004. (Concerning: Sukkot, SouthCoast Jews)

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  • Pelletier, Collette. “A lifelong dream comes true.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,     Mass. January 15, 2005. (Concerning: Dr. Alan Pernick)
  • Pelletier, Collette. “Honoring a stellar career in education: Retiring city native receives      numerous awards.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 16, 2005.           (Concerning: Arlene Mindus)
  • “Cantor to give talk about path to Judaism.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.    January 29, 2005. (Concerning: Conversion, Cantor Anne Heath, Congregation           Agudath Achim, tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Books & Poetry: Dartmouth native to give reading.” February 3, 2005. (Concerning:        Adam Fawer)
  • Brown, Curt. “Dartmouth native publishes thriller: Returns for signing.” The Standard-     Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 4, 2005. (Concerning: Adam Fawer)

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  • Oliveira, David W. “A Color for Every Mood.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,         Mass. February 6, 2005. (Concerning: Charlotte Rolston, Emma Rolston, New            Bedford Whaling Museum)
  • “Local boy joins a tradition of giving.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.             February 9, 2005. (Concerning: Jesse Gotlib, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Bar    Mitzvah, tzedakah)
  • Styan, Christina. “Author Fawer visits hometown.” The Chronicle, February 16, 2005.      (Concerning: Adam Fawer)
  • “Harris Eisenberg, of Dartmouth High School’s class of 1999, was a member of the first-  place team in the 2005 Kogod Case Study Competition…” February 15, 2005.          (Concerning: Harris Eisenberg)
  • “Yvonne M. Drayton is executive director of the YWCA of Southeastern Massuchusetts.” February 13, 2005. (Concerning: Yvonne M. Drayton)
  • “Dr. Jonathan Schwartz was born and raised in New Bedford and has remained a lifelong            advocate for health and human services in Southeastern Massachusetts.” February     13, 2005. (Concerning: Dr. Jonathan Schwartz)

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  • Nicodemus, Aaron. “Hard lessons: High school students, author share knowledge of         heroin addiction.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 16, 2005.         (Concerning: Dr. Robert Waxler, Linda Waxler, “Losing Jonathan”)
  • “Jews unite for Shabbat Across America/Canada.” February 19, 2005. (Concerning:          Shabbat Across America/Canada, Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald, Tifereth Israel         Synagogue, National Jewish Outreach Program)
  • “Books & Poetry: Author Appearance.” February 24, 2005. (Concerning: Danielle Levi     Alvares, Inge Perreault, UMass Dartmouth CJC/Hillel)
  • “Shabbaton Weekend to be held at Tifereth.” February 26, 2005. (Concerning: Shabbat     Across America, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael Kanter, Rabbi Moshe      Edelman)
  • Eisenberg, Mark. “Tony Souza: man with a vision.” March 6, 2005. (Concerning: Tony      Souza)
  • “Early Childhood Center names new director.” March 8, 2005. (Concerning: Judi Brown,             The New Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood Center)
  • “Industry News & Notes: Tucson.” Arizona Daily Star. March 9, 2005. (Concerning:         Qualcomm Inc., Steven R. Altman, Paul Jacobs, Irwin Jacobs)
  • “Holocaust workshop offered to educators.” March 12, 2005. (Concerning: The     Holocaust Education Committee of the Jewish Federation of Greater New            Bedford)
  • “Parent-Child Class.” March 10, 2005. (Concerning: The New Bedford Jewish      Community Early Childhood Center)
  • “Jews see angels as…” February 27, 2005. (Concerning: Rabbi Raphael Kanter, Tifereth   Israel Synagogue)

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  • Boyce, David B. “Brandeis gallery hosts provocative ‘Dreaming’ exhibit.” The Standard- Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 13, 2005. (Concerning: Brandeis University)
  • “Concerts: Piano duo to boost student loan fund.” March 17, 2005. (concerning: Ruth       Shand, Evelyn Lowenstein)
  • Hartnett, Ken. “Medicaid woes add to dental crisis.” March 13, 2005. (Concerning: Dr.    Milton A. Glicksman)
  • “Rotary chapter celebrates club’s 100th anniversary.” March 13, 2005. (Concerning:           Rotary Club of New Bedford, Elaine Lima, Dr. Irving Snyder, George St. Aubrin,             Mayor Fredrick M. Kalisz Jr., Assistant District Governor Orren Robbins, Robin    Babington Cabral)
  • “Community center to celebrate Purim.” March 18, 2005. (Concerning: Purim, The New    Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood Center)
  • Cook, Nancy. “Veterans to honor 3 students.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.             March 19, 2005. (Concerning: Jewish War Veterans, Ahavath Achim Synagogue,       Daniel Levasseur, Renu Singh, Ashley Hebert)
  • “2004 was Sharon Seifert’s best year yet!” March 19, 2005. (Concerning: Sharon Seifert)
  • “Judi Brown has been named the new director of the New Bedford Jewish Community    Early Childhood Center.” March 20, 2005. (Concerning: Judi Brown, New    Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood Center)
  • “Kotak-Bernstein - Chuck and Lydia Kotak of North Attleboro are pleased to announce   the engagement of their daughter, Wendi Ann, to Aaron Jon Bernstein, son of David and Jan Bernstein of Toms River, N.J.” March 20, 2005. (Concerning:            Wendi Ann, Aaron Jon Bernstein)

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  • Hartnett, Ken. “Dental: Medicaid woes compound SouthCoast crisis.” The Standard-       Times, New Bedford, Mass. 2005. (Concerning: Dr. Milton A. Glicksman)
  • Friedman, Peter. PhD. “Conservative Corner: Elites deserve special privileges.” March      21, 2005. (Concerning: Dr. Peter Friedman)
  • Darling, Jonathan. “ORR band on a run: Place first in Boston on road to Branson.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 15, 2005. (Concerning: See Article -    too many names to list)
  • “Sixth Annual Women’s Seder.” March 24, 2005. (Concerning: Passover)

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  • Darling, Jonathan. “Everyday people receive honors.” March 25, 2005. (Concerning: Mel B. Yoken)
  • Gallagher, Andrew T. “Purim party.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March    25, 2005. (Concerning: Purim, New Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood     Center)
  • McLean, Laura. “Looking back, looking forward: Gardening legends remembered, many events upcoming.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 2, 2005.     (Concerning: Barney Helfand)
  • “Me’ah Informational Meeting.” April 2, 2005. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue,    Me’ah)
  • “Jewish Comedian.” March 31, 2005. (Concerning: Stephen Z. Cohen, UMass Dartmouth             CJC)
  • “Community Update: Blood drive scheduled for Sunday.” April 6, 2005. (Concerning:     The Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

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  • Italie, Hillel. “Author Bellow dead.” The Associated Press. April 6, 2005. (concerning:      Saul Bellow)
  • Urbon, Steve. “Jewish leaders pay respects to pope.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,             Mass. April 3, 2005. (Concerning: Pope John Paul II, Tifereth Israel Synagogue,            Rabbi Raphael Kanter)
  • Kalecman, Susan A. and Nancy K. Kaufman. “Thoughts on Pope Benedict XVI: Jewish   community extends congratulations on election.” April 23, 2005. (Concerning: Jewish/Catholic relations) 
  • “A success story right here in city.” April 6, 2005. (Concerning: Anna Dutra, Mariah         Furtado, Dr. Mary McCabe, Gretchen Pohl, Sandra Mckenna, Peter      Georgeopoulos)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Religion News: Event will bring together Holocaust,             Rwanda survivors.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 30, 2005.       (Concerning: Holocaust, Rwanda, David Gewirtzman, Eugenie Mukeshimana)

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  • Baum, Evelyn J. “A comforting ritual: Passover Seder brings familiar, beloved dishes.”     The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 20, 2005. (Concerning: Passover)
  • Darling, Jonathan. “Jews observe Passover today at sundown.” The Standard-Times, New            Bedford, Mass. April 23, 2005. (Concerning: Passover, Tifereth Israel Synagogue,     Rabbi Raphael Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael Kanter,             Rabbi Barry David Hartman)
  • “Irwin Jacobs to be speaker at meeting.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 2, 2005. (Concerning: Qualcomm, Dr. Irwin Jacob)
  • Evans, Becky W. “Giving Back: Successful CEO awards scholarships to 3 teens.” The      Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 7, 2005. (Concerning: Dr. Irwin Jacobs, Qualcomm)

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  • Waxler, Robert. “Westport story shows failure of nerve.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. May 6, 2005. (Concerning: Robert Waxler)
  • Ferreira, Joao. “Schwartz Center breaks new ground for children.” The Standard-Times,    New Bedford, Mass. July 25, 2005. (Concerning: Schwartz Center, Stanley            Goldstein, Joani L. Desnoyers, Barry R. De St.Croix)
  • “Jewish Culture center celebrates 25 good years.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport,     Mass. May 11, 2005. (Concerning: UMass Dartmouth CJC, Robert Waxler,            Cynthia Yoken, Judy Farrar)
  • McLean, Laura. “Garden clubs hold annual plant sales next Saturday.” The Standard-       Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 7 2005. (Concerning: Vivian Medeiros, Sharon           Doyon, Elayne Santos)

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  • Cook, Nancy. “A Day to Remember: Genocide survivors speak out.” The Standard-          Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 9, 2005. (Concerning: WWII/Holocaust,         Rwanda, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, David Gewirtzman, Eugenie Mukeshimana)
  • Perdue, Beth. “The Schwartz Center for Children breaks ground.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. May 11, 2005. (Concerning: The Schwartz Center,     Barry R. De St. Croix, Rebecca Schwartz, Rep. John F. Quinn, Kathleen Horan          McLean)

Page 340

  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Tifereth Israel celebrating 40th anniversary.” The Standard-   Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 14, 2005. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Cantor Ramon Tasat, Rabbi Raphael Kanter, Cantor Nethaniel        Schudrich)
  • Pacheco, Tyra. “Young musicians heading to Carnegie Hall.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. May 27, 2005. (Concerning: Rebecca Kantor, Jonathan  Gillespie)
  •  “Linda Monchik will portray Emily Dickinson in “The Belle of Amherst” at the Narrows Center for the Arts Saturday and Sunday.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,            Mass. June 2, 2005. (Concerning: Linda Monchik)
  • “In your Community: New Bedford.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 12,            2005. (Concerning: “Losing Jonathan,” Robert Waxler, Linda Waxler)
  • “Tifereth Israel, Ahavath Achim join for anniversary celebration.” (Concerning: Tifereth    Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael Kanter, Rabbi   Barry David Hartman, Benjamin Bier, Rachael Falk, Gregory Gross, Alicia    Mello, Lindsy Tarr) 
  • “Man stabbed to death in dispute.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 12,    2005. (Concerning: Jonathan Bor, Jose Raposo)
  • “Edward L. Glicksman joins Sylvia Group with over 14 years of insurance experience.”    The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 12, 2005. (Concerning: Edward   L. Glicksman)
  • “Area native speaks at MIT.” The Associated Press. June 4, 2005. (Concerning: Irwin        Jacobs, Qualcomm)

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  • Henry, Ray. “Man pleads not guilty in stabbing death.” The Standard-Times, New            Bedford, Mass. June 14, 2005. (Concerning: Jose Raposo, Jonathan Bor)
  • Durand, Kathleen. “Center for Jewish Culture to present history of Jews in New    Bedford.” The Boston Herald, Boston, Mass. May 17, 2005. (Concerning: UMass Dartmouth CJC, Robert Waxler, Cynthia Yoken)
  • Sladewski, John. “Confirmation Class of 5765.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,        Mass. May 2005. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael Kanter,       Lindsy Tarr, Rachael Falk, Alicia Mello, Greg Gross, Cantor Nathaniel            Schudrich)
  • “Dartmouth student honored.”  The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. June 29,          2005. (Concerning: Richard J. Bowen, Jonathon Gotlib)
  • “DHS students on the MOVE: Three whiz kids honored by video educators.” The             Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 26, 2005. (Concerning: Courtney            Nicolson, Jonathan Gotlib, Jared Rita)
  • Schwartz, Mary. “YWCA led the way to help women learn to invest.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 18, 2005. (Concerning: Mary Schwartz)

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  • Yoken, Cynthia. “Yout View: Radio host brought world of ideas into our living rooms.”   The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 29, 2005. (Concerning: Jean Caya            Bancroft, Mel Yoken, Cynthia Yoken)
  • “Tifereth Israel Synagogue elects offecers: Congregation celebrates anniversary.” The        Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. July 2, 2005. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel        Synagogue, Robert M. Eisner, Rabbi Raphael Kanter, Sonia Kobrin, Dr. Paul         Bacdayan, Michael Mello, Annie McGuire, Richard Jacobs, Robert L. Lipman,      ect.)
  • “Strike up band for city’s diva.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. July 7, 2005. (Concerning: Lily (Mindus) Dumont)
  • Freedman, Janet. “The beauty of a library in our democracy.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. July 16, 2005. (Concerning: Janet Freedman)
  • “Area Chamber Hosts Essay Winner.” The Weekly Compass. July 28, 2005.           (Concerning: Josette Fernandes, Jim Butler, Venessa Golembewski, Dr. Irving     Fradkin) 
  • [Untitled.] The Weekly Compass. July 28, 2005. (Concerning: Cindy Token, Dr. Janet       Freedman)

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  • “Irving Fradkin to speak tomorrow.” July 16, 2005. (Concerning: Irving Fradkin)
  • Novick, Abe. “Your view: God’s blog.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.           August 3, 2005. (Concerning: Abe Novick)
  • McLean, Laura. “Making the Cut: Propagating your own plants is easy when you follow   garden club’s tips.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 20, 2005.           (Concerning: Jim Perry, Sue Siegal, Francie Ricketson)

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  • Barboza, Robert. “Bishop Stang graduate receives scholarship to study journalism.” The    Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. August 31, 2005. (Concerning: Dr. Irving        Fradkin, Tara Lachapelle)
  • Costa, Richard. “Crime & Rehabilitation: Is it possible or is it dangerous?/Crime &            Literature: Can a book change a life?” SoCo Magazine, October 2005.            (Concerning: Changing Lives Through Literature, Dr. Robert Waxler)
  • “Remarkable.” SoCo Magazine, October 2005. (Concerning: Harvey B. Mickelson)
  • [Pic.] “Cantor Nathaniel Schudrich of Tifereth Israel Congregation speaks to School          Superintendent Michael E. Longo at the closing of the ‘Interfaith Voices for           Youth and Education’ service at Holy Name of the Sacred Heart of Jesus    Church.” September 3, 2005. (Concerning: Cantor Nathaniel Schudrich)

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  • “Jewish War Veterans elect new officers for 2005-06.” August 5, 2005. (Concerning:        Jewish War Veterans, CalvinSiegal, Alex Koren, Jr., Dr. Lee Philips, Stanley     Revzin, Elliott Feinstein, Dr. William Abesh)
  • “Scholarship Books Donated to Library.” The Weekly Compass. August 11, 2005.            (Concerning: Dr. Irving Fradkin)
  • “Local Jewish History Chronicled.” The Weekly Compass. August 11, 2005.          (Concerning: Judy Farrar, Cynthia Yoken, UMass Dartmouth CJC, Hillel)
  • Perdue, Beth. “Dartmouth police officer pens and produces play with a comedic look at    finding true love.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. August 10, 2005.          (Concerning: Lucy Bly, Robert Levinson, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

Page 346

  • McCarthy, Sean. “Get a lift from ‘The Elevator’: Dartmouth police officer creates             romantic comedy with ‘a Neil Simon tough’.” The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass. August 14, 2005. (Concerning: Robert Levinson, Tifereth Israel         Synagogue)
  • “Retired surgeon receives Hellenic society honor.” August 21, 2005. (Concerning: Dr.       Konstantine G. Yankopolus)
  • “Remarkable/Guide to Living on the SouthCoast” SoCo Magazine, September 2005.         (Concerning: Dr. Irving Fradkin)
  • “Cooling Off.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 15, 2005. (Concerning:            Edward Siegal)

Page 347

  • McLean, Laura. “Looking back, looking forward: Gardening legends remembered, many events upcoming.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 2, 2005.     (Concerning: Barney Helfand)
  • “Mr. and Mrs. Leinov - Sam and Laura Leinoy of Oakdale Street, New Bedford, celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary March 11 with a family gathering.”     September 4, 2005. (Concerning: Sam Leinov, Laura Leinov)
  • Barboza, Robert. “Following Your Dreams.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass.   September 7, 2005. (Concerning: Dr. Irving Fradkin)
  • “The Dancling Thread Quilt Shop in Westport is donating 5 percent of its September         proceeds to the victims of Katrina.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.       September 7, 2005. (Concerning: Saralee Salk, Aza Firlit, Heidee Luiz)
  • “Author Cottle to speak at UMD tomorrow.” September 17, 2005. (Concerning: UMass    Dartmouth, Dr. Tom Cottle, Dr. Mel B. Yoken)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Congregations comfort hurricane victims.” The Standard-     Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 10, 2005. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel    Synagogue)

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  • Coury-Rodrigues, Florence. “Your View: A story of love and co-operation along New      Bedford’s waterfront.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 23,       2005. (Concerning: Shuster family, Dr. Ralph Parlin, Tony Coury)
  • McLean, Laura. “Garden Club of Buzzards Bay.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford,    Mass. September 24, 2005. (Concerning: Frima Shapiro, Sue Fairfax)
  • Eisner, Robert M. “Your View: A time for patience and peace.” (Concerning: Robert M.   Eisner, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, High Holy Days)
  • “Synagogue announces tribute event.” November 5, 2005. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim   Synagogue, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Rabbi Dr. Jacob Schachter)
  • Ostling, Richard N. “Readings enhance observance of Yom Kippur.” The Associated        Press. October 8, 2005. (Concerning: Yom Kippur, High Holy Days, Tifereth             Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “Musician to perform at synagogue.” October 31, 2005. (Concerning: Steve Roslonek,      New Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood Center, Tifereth Israel             Synagogue)
  • Whelan, David. “Cellular Scion.” Forbes Magazine. November 28, 2005. (Concerning:      Paul Jacobs, Qualcomm)

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  • Perdue, Beth. “BVO owner reopens Dartmouth store.” The Chronicle,        Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. October 26, 2005. (Concerning: David Tatelbaum,    Evan Tatelbaum, Spencer Tatelbaum)
  • “Tifereth Israel to hold membership drive.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.      September 10, 2005. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Lewis, Tony. “Couple collaborate on book about Jewish-Portuguese link.” The Standard-  Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 30, 2005. (Concerning: Ada Schneider, Dr.           Ron Schneider, Portuguese Jews, conversos)
  • “Tifereth Israel to host lecture, discussion with Lester.” November 12, 2005.          (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Dr. Julius Lester)
  • Gallagher, Andrew T. “Sukkot Observance.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 5, 2005. (Concerning: Sukkot, Cantor Nathaniel Schudrich, Jeremy   Isaacs)

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  • “A Solid Foundation: Work of professor who set course for BCC art program is    showcased.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 10, 2005.             (Concerning: Emerita Marion Wilner)
  • Brown, Curt. “UMass students say they can understand roots of France riots.” The            Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 13, 2005. (Concerning: Cynthia     Yoken, Dr. Mel B. Yoken)
  • Yoken, Cynthia S. “Your View: Can we learn lessons of Kristallnacht?” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 14, 2005. (Concerning: Kristallnacht, Cynthia S. Yoken)
  • “Jewish childhood center presents popular entertainer.” November 13, 2005.          (Concerning: New Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood Center, Steve            Roslonek, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

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  • Perdue, Beth. “Dartmouth public schools benefit from one mom’s ‘can-do’ attitude.” The             Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, December 7, 2005. (Concerning: Heidi Gotlib)
  • Perdue, Beth. “Marking the road less traveled: Engraved stone marker identifies early       American roadway.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. December 21,          2005. (Concerning: Stanley M. Goldstein, Neil Weiss, David King, Beverly King) 

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  • Perdue, Beth. “mix Paranormal…with Romance…and you’ve got Eleanor Roth’s novel.”             The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. December 7, 2005. (Concerning:     Eleanor Roth)
  • Barnes, Jennette. “Christmas and Hanukkah, Side by Side: Holidays fall on the same day             this year, but similarities end there.” December 16, 2005. (Concerning:           Hanukkah)

Page 353

  • Barnes, Jennette. “A Multitude of Menorahs: When Mattapoisett family gathers for           Hanukkah, they will light six candelabras.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,       Mass. December 23, 2005. (Concerning: Hanukkah, Bob Eisner, Esther Eisner)
  • “Southcoast trustees present inaugural medals: Trio recognized for exemplary service.”      December 25, 2005. (Concerning: Wendy Joblon, Margherita B. Baldwin, Earle    P. Charlton II)
  • “City Hall room to be named in honor of former councilor.” The Standard-Times, New     Bedford, Mass. December 29, 2005. (Concerning: Rosalind Poll Brooker,     Frederick M. Kalisz, Jr.)

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  • “Founder of scholarship foundation visits area.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,        Mass. January 11, 2006. (Concerning: Dr. Irving A. Fradkin)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “African ‘Sons of Judah’: SouthCoast couple worship with    Uganda Jews.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 4, 2006.           (Concerning: Wil Herrup, Andrew Herrup, Uganda Jews, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford.)
  • “Film honors memory of Holocaust victims.” February 4, 2006. (Concerning: Holocaust,   Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, UMass            Dartmouth CJC)
  • Weisberg, Tim. “NB native buys part of Celtics: Lacob becomes fourth member of            Boston Bastetball Partners.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January          19, 2006. (Concerning: Joe Lacob)
  • “Pediatrician Aaron Bornstein, MD, FAAP, recently joined Morton Hospital and Medical             Center’s medical staff.” January 29, 2006. (Concerning: Dr. Aaron Bornstein)
  • Rosa, Gary. “Ralph Harary knew his staff.” March 5, 2006. (Concerning: Ralph Harary)  

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  • Hartnett, Ken. “City, world lose musical treasure.” The Standard-Times,     New Bedford,             Mass. March 7, 2006. (Concerning: Lily Dumont Mindus)
  • Dyer, Richard. “Lily Dumont; concert pianist taught for decades at Longy.” The   Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 9, 2006. (Concerning: Lily Dumont Mindus)
  • “Community Update: Childhood center to celebrate Purim.” The Standard-Times, New    Bedford, Mass.March 10, 2006. (Concerning: New Bedford Jewish Community        Early Childhood Center, New Bedford Jewish Convalescent Home, Purim)
  • Gallagher, Andrew. “Purim Punch.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March      14, 2006. (Concerning: Purim, New Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood     Center, Holly Lahti)
  • “Synagogue Plans Purim fete.” March 11, 2006. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim       Synagogue, Purim)
  • “Tifereth to hold Shabbaton celebration.” March 18, 2006. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel     Synagogue, Rabbi Seth H. Frisch)

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  • Fraga, Brian. “Jewish community prepares for Passover.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. April 8, 2006. (Concerning: Passover, Jim Anderson, Isaac   Anderson, Alice Nussbaum)
  • Raimondi, Jessica. “Passover Meal.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 13, 2006. (Concerning: Passover, Jason Kobrin, Lewis Kobrin, Morton Kobrin, Sonia          Kobrin, Helene Fine)
  • Daley, Lauren. “Everyone’s Closet proposed for old library building.” The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 23, 2006. (Concerning: Samantha Gross       Zirkin)
  • “Women’s seder on Thursday.” April 4, 2006. (Concerning: UMass Dartmouth      CJC/Hillel, National Council of Jewish Women, The Jewish Federation of Greater          New Bedford)
  • Davis, Paul. “Unrighteous traffick.” Newport Historical Society. 2006. (Concerning:         Aaron Lopez)

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  • Brown, Curt. “In search of the right employees: Medical software firm asks colleges for    help.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 2, 2006. (Concerning: unsure)
  • Timberlake, Tom. “100 years of distributing food: NATCO is more focused on future       than past.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 2, 2006. (Concerning: Larry Shwartz, Mark Eisenberg)
  • Timberlake, Tom. “Small Business - Big Presence.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,    Mass. April 2, 2006. (Concerning: Helen Tichon, Sue Mello, Michael Friedland,    Jessica Tavares, Virginia Dawson, Reggie Paquette, Manuela Pereira)
  • [Article Cont.] “Unrighteous traffick.”

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  • “Newport Slave Traders: A List.” The Providence Journal, Providence, Mass. March 13,   2006. (Concerning: Aaron Lopez)
  • Davis, Paul. “No Simple Truth: The Reverend MacSparran and his Slaves.” The     Providence Journal, Providence, Mass. March 13, 2006. (Concerning: Rev. James           MacSparran)

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  • “ ‘Paper Clips’ tells truth about Holocaust.” April 29, 2006. (Concerning: Holocaust,         Tifereth Israel Synagogue, UMass Dartmouth CJC, The Jewish Federation of        Greater New Bedford, Rabbi Raphael Kanter, Cantor Nathaniel Schudrich, Robert             Eisner)
  • Fraga, Brian. “Feeding his city roots.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 5, 2006. (Concerning: Dr. Irwin Jacobs, Qualcomm)
  • “Stanley Goldstein to be honored.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. April 26, 2006. (Concerning: Stanley Goldstein, Schwartz Center)
  • “Letters: Yoken lecture was spellbinding.” May 26, 2006. (Concerning: Dr. Melvin            Yoken)
  • Friedland, Michael. “Small employers want affordable insurance.” April 21, 2006.             (Concerning: Michael Friedland)
  • Pacheco, Tyra. “A new perspective on the world.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,     Mass. May 31, 2006. (Concerning: Benjamin Silverstein, Uganda)
  • “Married authors to discuss their collaborative book.” The Chronicle,          Dartmouth/Westport, May 24, 2006. (Concerning: Anne Bernays, Justin Kaplan,     Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

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  • Perdue, Beth. “Grange gives Stanley Goldstein its 2006 ‘Citizen of the Year’ Award.”      The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, May 10, 2006. (Concerning: Stanley   Goldstein, Sam Manley, Schwarts Center, Barry De St. Croix)
  • “Synagogue installs new president.” July 1, 2006. (Concerning: Barbara A. Samuels,         Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Jacobs Scholarship recipient graduates with high honors.” June 25, 2006. (Concerning:    Erik Domingues, Irwin Jacobs, Joan Klein Jacobs, Qualcomm)
  • “Giving gifts across the Pacific.” July 22, 2006. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue,   Robert M. Eisner, Beit Shalom Synagogue)
  • “Milton A. Glicksman, DMD, has been elected vice-president of the Massachusetts           Dental Society…” June 11, 2006. (Concerning: Milton A. Glicksman)
  • “Pianist Lily Dumont’s legacy lives on through fund.” July 27, 2006. (Concerning: Lily     Dumont Mindus)

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  • Lewis, Tony. “The right time, the right place.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.             June 2, 2006. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Justin Kaplan, Anne             Bernays)
  • Allard, Deborah. “Shalom, Rabbi Kaufman: Temple Beth El’s guiding light stepping         down.” The Boston Herald, Boston, Mass. June 2, 2006. (Concerning: Rabbi     William E. Kaufman, Temple Beth El Fall River)
  • “Silverstein’s Reunion.” September 10, 2006. (Concerning: Clara Tavares-Silva, Anne       Jardin-Maynar, Silverstein family)
  • “Tifereth to hold open house and barbeque.” August 2006. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel     Synagogue)
  • “Synagogue plans interfaith service.” August 19, 2006. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel           Synagogue, interfaith)

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  • Fraga, Brian. “Congregation celebrates anniversaries.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. June 18, 2006. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Robert M.     Eisner, Rabbi Raphael Kanter, Cantor Nathaniel Schudrich)
  • Marquard, Bryan. “David Israel, 81, dealer in antique reproductions.” The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. 2006. (Concerning: David J. Israel)
  • “Special scholar weekend planned.” October 28, 2006. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim        Synagogue, Rabbi Kenneth Hain, Rabbi Barry David Hartman)
  • “Scholar-In-Residence weekend is Nov. 3 & 4.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport,       October 25, 2006. (Concerning: Rabbi Kenneth Hain, Beth Shalom Synagogue,           Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Barnes, Jennette. “Top Notch: It takes a lot to get into aan elite college - personal drive,    planning, classroom experience…and spending contributes too.” The Standard-         Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 1, 2006. (Concerning: Steven Faulkner Jr.)
  • Danis Rinot, Gayle. “A bitter homecoming.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.    August 25, 2006. (Concerning: Gayle Danis Rinot, Israel)

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  • Darling, Jonathan. “Students help open new Schwartz Center.” The Standard-Times, New            Bedford, Mass. September 16, 2006. (Concerning: Schwartz Center, Barry De St.     Croix, Julie Tomkins, Dietra Tavares, Karyssa Brayton, Derek Maguire, Kelsey    Maguire, Joani Desnoyers)
  • “Gift of the Week: An Engineer Recalls His Roots.” The Wall Street Journal, New York   City, NY. November 3, 2006. (Concerning: Joan Jacobs, Irwin Jacobs,             Qualcomm)
  • Alexander, J. “The Schwartz Center: building towards a better future.” SoCo Magazine.   November 2006. (Concerning: Schwartz Center, Stanley Goldstein, Barry De St.       Croix)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Tifereth Israel opens doors to people of faith: Church            Women United celebrates World Community Day at synagogue.”  The Standard-    Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 28, 2006. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel      Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael Kanter, Cantor Nathaniel Schudrich, interfaith)
  • MacLachlan, Morgan. “ ‘Wake-up’ stories at West Side: Reading list for convicts has        students rapt at the city’s alternative school.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,         Mass. November 13, 2006. (Concerning: Dr. Robert Waxler, “Changing Lives             Through Literature”)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Jewish New Year 5767 begins at sundown Friday.” The        Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 16, 2006. (Concerning: High          Holy Days, Ahavtah Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rosh         Hashana, Rabbi Barry David Hartman)

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  • Clark, Anika. “City native ready to set out on ultimate retirement adventure.” The             Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 5, 2006. (Concerning: Randal        Johnson, Ruth Johnson)
  • “Author Gloria Golden to give lecture at UMD.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport,      Mass. November 15, 2006. (Concerning: Gloria Golden, UMass Dartmouth    CJC/Hillel, Portuguese Jews)
  • Higgins, Robert. “Cultivating crops & connections: Wainer field-tests produce, builds       relationships with local farmers.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.    September 13, 2006. (Concerning: Sid Wainer & Son, Henry Wainer)
  • Cuddy, Don. “Providing vision for learning: Doctor pitches in to help students with eye    problems.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 6, 2006.    (Concerning: Dr. Scott Corin)
  • Zeitz, Marsha. “Give the gift of presence.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.       December 19, 2006. (Concerning: Marsha Zeitz, Melissa Zeitz)

Page 365

  • Andrade, Rodrigues, Linda. “Hanukkah in Israel: Celebration is simpler, less          commercialized, women say.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.       December 15, 2006. (Concerning: Israel, Hanukkah, Cecile Alkalay, Dr. Israel        Alkalay, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Barnes, Jennette. “What I’m reading.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.             December 15, 2006. (Concerning: Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Ahavath Achim   Synagogue)
  • Brown, Curt. “Dartmouth Man of the Year: Retired engineer teaches magic of science,     math.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 26, 2006. (Concerning: Dr. Irvin Krause)
  • Brown, Curt. “Dartmouth Woman of the Year: Grief is a weapon  against addiction.” The            Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 26, 2006. (Concerning: Linda         Waxler, Dr. Robert P. Waxler, “Losing Jonathan,” “Changing Lives Through           Literature,” “Positive Action Against Chemical Addiction”)

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  • Galambush, Julie. “Interfaith approach to forgiving tresspass.” The New York Times,        New York City, NY. January 1, 2007. (Concerning: Any-Jill Levine, Julie     Galambush)
  • Spagat, Elliot. “ ‘The company you love to hate’: As it faces legal attacks, Qualcomm        execs defend their status as wireless innovator.” The Cape Cod Times, Mass.    January 30, 2007. (Concerning: Paul Jacobs, Qualcomm)
  • Andrade, Rodrigues, Linda. “New Bedford Man and Woman of the Year: Health center doctors’ calling is to serve.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 2,      2007. (Concerning: Dr. Mary McCabe, Dr. Stuart I. Forman)

Page 367

  • “Local businesses bring holiday cheer to children at the Schwartz Center.” The      Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. January 3, 2007. (Concerning: Schwartz           Center, Stanley Goldstein, Sam Manley, Barry De St. Croix)
  • “Esther Aghai is engaged to wed Karl Kaiserman.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,   Mass. January 24, 2007. (Concerning: Esther Aghai, Karl Kaizerman)
  • Cuddy, Don. “Two educators honored at MLK awards breakfast.” The Standard-Times,   New Bedford, Mass. February 3, 2007. (Concerning: Dorothy Lopes, Dr. Robert   P. Waxler)
  • “Israeli Folk Singer.” January 20, 2007. (Concerning: Chava Alberstein, Israel, UMass       Dartmouth CJC/Hillel)
  • (2) Obituary: Edna Weisman. January 16, 2007.
  • Obituary: David Lipman. January 8, 2007.
  • Obituary: Abraham Feld. January 12, 2007.

Page 368

  • Barboza, Robert. “Dartmouth professor is awarded university’s Martin Luther King          Drum Major Award.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth.Westport, Mass. February 7,     2007. (Concerning: Dr. Robert P. Waxler)
  • Obituary: Sarah R. Kietzmann. February 28, 2007.
  • Obituary: Louis Starikov. February 28, 2007.
  • Obituary: Elizabeth Lassoff. March 3, 2007.
  • Obituary: Ruth Gaffin. February 27, 2007.
  •  Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Life comes full circle for synagogue president.” The             Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 24, 2007. (Concerning: Barbara        Samuels, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Clarifiaction.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 9, 2007.         (Concerning: Dr. Robert Waxler, Dorothy Lopez)
  • “Public Announcement Concerning: NewBedford Jewish Convalescent Home, Inc.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 23, 2007. (Concerning: New             Bedford Jewish Convalescent Home)

Page 369

  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Synagogues gear up for Purim celebrations.” The Standard-  Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 3, 2007. (Concerning: Purim, Ahavath Achim          Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Obituary: Lillian R. Crock. March 7, 2007.
  • Obituary: Bernard Levine. April 5, 2007.
  • Obituary: Joel Anapol. April 11, 2007.
  • Obituary: Claire S. (Stone) Auerbach. April 11, 2007.
  • Kanter, Rabbi Raphael. “Guest View: Caring for the vulnerable is moral law.”  The            Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 17, 2007. (Concerning: Rabbi   Raphael Kanter, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Aubut, Rebecca. “Jews celebrate deliverance out of Egypt.” The Standard-Times, New     Bedford, Mass. March 31, 2007. (Concerning: Passover, Tifereth Israel         Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael Kanter)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Bilblical flora flourish at Neot Kedumim.” The Standard-     Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 14, 2007. (Concerning: Yom Ha-Atzmaut,     Israel, The Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Agudath Achim          Synagogue, Cantor Anne Heath)

Page 370

  • Obituary: Helene (Kauffman) Rosenberg. April 29, 2007.
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Community to gather to remember Holocaust.” The   Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 21, 2007. (Concerning: Holocaust       Memorial, Yom Ha-Shoah, Dr. Ingrid Kisliuk, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Umass      Dartmouth CJC/Hillel, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, The Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • Aubut, Rebecca. “Local Jews join national observance.”  The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. April 28, 2007. (Concerning: Shabbat Across America, National      Jewish Outreach Program, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael Kanter)

Obits 01

  • Obituary: Louis Pildis. August 26, 2000.
  • Obituary: Max Bessler. August 27, 2000.
  • Obituary: Rubin R. Nelson. November 25, 2000.
  • Obituary: Mary Saltzman. January 26, 2001.
  • Obituary: Harry E. Yoken. February 4, 2001.
  • Obituary: Bessie Greenstein. February 26, 2001.
  • Obituary: Nathaniel “Nat” Guy. January 19, 2001.
  • Obituary: Max Greenstein. December 9, 2000.
  • Obituary: Louis R. Liss. January 25, 2001.
  • Obituary: Joan R. (Heinz) Roberts. February 2, 2001.
  • Obituary: Hyman Cohen. February 1, 2001.
  • Obituary: Esther G. (Gould) Novick. February 8, 2001.
  • Obituary: Thelma T. Mazur. February 9, 2001.
  • Obituary: Lillian (Abramovitz) Feingold. February 25, 2001.
  • Obituary: Louis Brody. May 2, 2001.
  • Obituary: Rose (Yankelowitz) Nebelkopf. April 22, 2001.
  • Obituary: Milton Nisson. May 6, 2001.

Obits 02

  • Obituary: Andre J. Scheinmann. May 13, 2001. (2)
  • Obituary: Sybil R. Jackson. August 7, 2001. (3)
  • Obituary: Sidney Aaron Siegel. August 29, 2001.
  • Obituary: Andrew Matthew Katz. August 4, 2001.
  • Obituary: Gladys (Wollison) Katz. September 30, 2001.
  • Obituary: Walter Harry Horvitz. August 10, 2001.
  • Obituary: Ida (Sarat) Kaplan. September 11, 2001.
  • Obituary: Sidney Shwartz. October 24, 2001.
  • Obituary: Sumner Abramson. November 3, 2001.
  • Obituary: Rose Alberts. October 12, 2001.

Obits 03

  • Obituary: Sidney Shwartz. October 24, 2001.
  • Obituary: Pearl E. Rubin. November 6, 2001.
  • Obituary:Madeline (Sklaroff) Jacobvitz. November 8, 2001.
  • Obituary: Sadie (Levine) Barroll. November 25, 2001.
  • Obituary: Caroline (Mekelburg) Schwartz. December 23, 2001. (2)
  • Obituary: Millicent Schenker. December 6, 2001.
  • Obituary: Pearl H. (Horvitz) Mekelburg. December 17, 2001.
  • Obituary: Lillian (Greenman) Grossman. December 16, 2001.
  • Obituary: Gertrude (Kaplan) Baskies. December 19, 2001.
  • Obituary: David Salk. January 12, 2002.
  • Obituary: Julia (Samuels) Gorban. April 25, 2002.
  • Obituary: Ethel (Twersky) Horowitz. May 17, 2002.
  • Obituary: Sylvia (Glucksman) Feingold. February 9, 2002.
  • Obituary: Anne (Fineman) Cohen. May 18, 2002.
  • Obituary: Bennett Sokoll. January 20, 2002.

Obits 04

  • Obituary: Dr. Arthur D. Weisman. May 24, 2002.
  • Obituary: Beatrice (Binder) Stone. June 9, 2002.
  • Obituary: Louis Winet. June 24, 2002.
  • Obituary: Freda (Shuster) Lipman. August 22, 2002.
  • Obituary: Jeffrey M. Handler. August 9, 2002.
  • Obituary: Elma (Greenbaum) Woltman. June 28, 2002.
  • Obituary: Martin S. Lindenberg. May 23, 2002.
  • Obituary: David Entin. September 10, 2002.
  • Obituary: Beverly D. (Pernick) Alfant. November 9, 2002.
  • Obituary: Jacob Barroll. August 5, 2002.
  • Obituary: Stephen Arthur Stone. May 27, 2002.
  • Obituary: Bernice (Goldberg) Chesler. September 4, 2002.
  • Obituary: Milton Gitlin. September 12, 2002.
  • Obituary: Gertrude C. (Chervinsky) Shuster. November 9, 2002.
  • Obituary: Dorothy Helfand. December 20, 2002.
  • Obituary: William Kameron. December 30, 2002.
  • Obituary: Milton Snyder. December 22, 2002.
  • Obituary: Molly (Dorchinsky) Finkel. September 22, 2002.

Obits 05

  • Obituary: Pearl Korsun. December 4, 2002.
  • Obituary: Donald J. Mendelson. February 12, 2003.
  • Obituary: George Schwartz. October 9, 2002.
  • Obituary: Coleman Cohen. January 14, 2003.
  • Obituary: Selma Mohel. February 3, 2003.
  • Obituary: Edith Glick Shoolman. April 4, 2003.
  • Obituary: Ethel (Ozarin) Lipman. February 17, 2003.
  • Obituary: Dotte (Silverman) Cooperstein. April 6, 2003.
  • Obituary: Gertrude H. (Goldstein) Kramer. April 4, 2003.
  • Obituary: Edward S. Goldstein. April 17, 2003.
  • Obituary: Daniel Pernick. May 7, 2003.
  • Obituary: Alice (Queen) Weinstein. June 17, 2003.
  • Obituary: Charles L. “Chuck” Greenstein. October 30, 2003.
  • Obituary: Judith E. Cherlin. May 8, 2003.
  • Obituary: Edward S. Rudnick. July 3, 2003.
  • Obituary: Alvin J. Brody. November 16, 2003.
  • Obituary: Louis Stone. October 13, 2003.
  • Obituary: Raymond Eisenberg. September 12, 2003.

Obits 06

  • Obituary: Richard W. Singer. January 6, 2004.
  • Obituary: Bernice Bromberg. January 8, 2004.
  • Obituary: Rita (Handler) Schwartz. January 12, 2004.
  • Obituary: June (Marder) Barroll. January 29, 2004. (2)
  • Obituary: Florence (Cohen) Narva. January 27, 2004. (2)
  • Obituary: Marjorie (Newmark) Strickman. January 3, 2004.
  • Obituary: Betty Portnoy. February 1, 2004.
  • Obituary: Franklin M. Silver. March 3, 2004. (2)
  • Obituary: Isabelle D. (Dobbs) Mackler. February 29, 2004. (2)
  • Obituary: Louis “Zip” Freedman. February 6, 2004.
  • Obituary: I. Edward Morse. March 8, 2004.
  • Obituary: Dorothy I. (Shwartz) Sokoll. March 17, 2004. (2)
  • Obituary: Gertrude (Lipman) Nevins. March 18, 2004.
  • Obituary: Ruth (Goldberg) Levine. March 12, 2004.

Obits 07

  • Obituary: Haskell Kivowitz. April 13, 2004. (2)
  • Obituary: Jeremy Seth Nelson. April 22, 2004. (2)
  • Obituary: Bernice L. Kaufman. April 15, 2004.
  • Obituary: Marguerite M. Goldstein. May 15, 2004.
  • Obituary: Elaine Ruth (Zeitz) Anderson. April 15, 2004.
  • Obituary: Mildred (Wagner) Lider. October 17, 2004.
  • Obituary: Ray Lasher. July 27, 2004.
  • Obituary: Leah M. Rosenthal. October 25, 2004.
  • Obituary: Henry Mickelson. July 15, 2004.
  • Obituary: Ralph Braudy. April 24, 2004.
  • Obituary: Sophie B. Lipsitt. October 23, 2004.
  • Obituary: Samuel A. Stone. September 17, 2004.
  • Obituary: Roberta S. (Selig) Barnet. August 30, 2004.
  • Obituary: Maxine June Brenner Horvitz. August 31, 2004.

Obits 08

  • Obituary: Paul Horowitz. November 17, 2004.
  • Obituary: Eli Samuels. December 25, 2004.
  • Obituary: Joseph J. Kestenbaum. December 22, 2003.
  • Obituary: Beatrice (Belford) Goodman. January 1, 2005.
  • Obituary: Evelyn (London) Winet. December 4, 2003.
  • Obituary: Annette Joachim. November 26, 2003.
  • Obituary: Gertrude (Malick) Fox. December 1, 2003.
  • Obituary: Rochelle (Goldberg) Naftoly. November 23, 2004.
  • Obituary: Milton S. Goldberg. November 20, 2004.
  • Obituary: Rabbi Bernard Glassman. September 21, 2004. (3)
  • Obituary: Sybil Frances (Feinberg) Stone. September 17, 2004.
  • Obituary: Ilene Robin (Perler) Brown. September 7, 2004.

Obits 09

  • Obituary: Katie (Cohen) Weinstein. January 12, 2005.
  • Obituary: Marilyn Johnson Davis. January 23, 2005.
  • Obituary: Beatrice (Lieberman) Wollison. January 31, 2005.
  • Obituary: Elena K. Cohen. February 16, 2005.
  • Obituary: Sylvia (White) Yoken. February 26, 2005. (2)
  • Obituary: Edith R. Dondis. February 16, 2005.
  • Obituary: Sally (Levine) Sommerfield. March 1, 2005. (2)
  • Obituary: Claire I. (Dupont) Horvitz. March 19, 2005.
  • Obituary: Charles Case. March 7, 2005.
  • Obituary: Stanley M. Epstein. March 10, 2005.
  • Obituary: Eliizabeth (Finkel) Helfand. March 18, 2005. (2)
  • Obituary: Peter Malkin. March 3, 2005.

Obits 10

  • Obituary: Claire I. (Dupont) Horvitz. March 18, 2005. (repeat from p. 09)
  • Obituary: Minnie (Wolf) Kenler. March 19, 2005.
  • Obituary: Barney Helfand. March 22, 2005. (3)
  • Obituary: Gertrude (Davis) Gollis. April 16, 2005.
  • Obituary: Mildred C. (Cohen) Horvitz. April 24, 2005.
  • Obituary: Victor Frederick Satkin. April 19, 2005.
  • Obituary: Phyllis Dorothy (Broida) Horvitz. June 23, 2005. (2)
  • Obituary: Jonathan S. Bor. June 11, 2005.
  • Obituary: Josif Nasman. July 15, 2005.
  • Obituary: Charlotte Silverstein. June 17, 2005.
  • Obituary: Dorothy Ann Goldstein. July 16, 2005.
  • Obituary: Edward Katz. July 13, 2005.
  • Obituary: Matthew Tatelbaum. August 12, 2005.

Obits 11

  • Obituary: Matthew Tatelbaum. August 12, 2005. (repeat from p. 10)
  • Obituary: Milton W. Herstoff. August 13, 2005.
  • Obituary: Dr. Myer Halpren. August 21, 2005.
  • Obituary: Rose (Gerber) Myers. October 19, 2005.
  • Obituary: Rae (Calloway) Gitlin. November 17, 2005.
  • Obituary: Helga (Gerlich) Finger. November 26, 2005.
  • Obituary: Cipora Turner. October 7, 2005.
  • Obituary: Enid (Alshuler) Jackson. October 5, 2005. (2)
  • Obituary: Mary Ann (Steiner) Segall. August 26, 2005.
  • Obituary: Eliot Scott Lassow. September 30, 2005.
  • Obituary: Esther Helfand. January 27, 2006.
  • Obituary: Phyllis (Baron) Mayer. January 2, 2006.
  • Obituary: Bernice Goldstein. January 3, 2006.
  • Obituary: Linnea J. Channin. February 2, 2006.
  • Obituary: Louis D. Queen. January 29, 2006.
  • Obituary: Ralph E. Harary. February 4, 2006.
  • Obituary: Jack Wolitz. February 7, 2006.

Obits 12

  • Obituary: Evelyn (Goldstein) Pernick. February 9, 2006
  • Obituary: Jeanne (Gwodz) Queen. February 2006.
  • Obituary: Arnold Lassow. February 20, 2006.
  • Obituary: Lily Dumont Mindus. March 6, 2006.
  • Obituary:Lloyd Earl Belford. February 19, 2006.
  • Obituary: David Matathia. March 22, 2006.
  • Obituary: Irving Sokol. March 16, 2006.
  • Obituary: Leona (Shapiro) Rosenberg. March 4, 2006.
  • Obituary: Ida (Geller) Moss. March 23, 2006.
  • Obituary: Eugene G. Kaplan. March 26, 2006.
  • Obituary: Lucien J. “Lu” Rego. March 26, 2006.
  • Obituary: Louis (Gerstein) Miller. June 19, 2006.
  • Obituary: Richard Walder. July 6, 2006.
  • Obituary: Michelle Ann Leve. March 28, 2006.
  • Obituary: Dr. Sanford Udis. March 28, 2006.
  • Obituary: Benjamin Gaffin. May 25, 2006.
  • Obituary: Bella Feinstein. April 30, 2006.

Obits 13

  • Obituary: Shirley (Lipton) Kaplan. May 1, 2006.
  • Obituary: Dorothy Elizabeth (Rubinstein) Siegel. June 24, 2006.
  • Obituary: Ann F. (Fried) Gould. June 25, 2006.
  • Obituary: Robert Federman. July 4, 2006.
  • Obituary: Richard Walder. July 6, 2006.
  • Obituary: Dorothy (Lipman) Salk. August 2, 2006.
  • Obituary: David Joseph Israel. July 21, 2006.
  • Obituary: Sidney M. Geffen. September 25, 2006.
  • Obituary: Harry Towers. October 13, 2006.
  • Obituary: Martha (Holland) Gross. November 19, 2006.
  • Obituary: Dorothy (Braudy) Robinson. December 21, 2006.
  • Obituary: Barbara (Weiss) Alpert. October 17, 2006. (2)
  • Obituary: Evelyn (Gershon) Rosen. December 26, 2006.

Obits 14

  • Obituary: Samuel S. Brooker. May 3, 2007.
  • Obituary: Louis D. Finger. May 6, 2007.
  • Obituary: Naomi Danis. June 1, 2007.
  • Obituary: Sylvia Feingold. July 9, 2007
  • Obituary: Lillian (May) Kaller. September 2, 2007.
  • Obituary: Anna Krause. September 22, 2007.
  • Obituary: Anne Friedland. September 30, 2007.
  • Obituary: Sheldon M. Caplan. September 22, 2007.
  • Obituary: Priscilla (Elkind) Tabachnik. October 17, 2007.
  • Obituary: Daniel Finger. December 10, 2007. (2)
  • Obituary: Gustave Hartman. December 8, 2007.
  • Obituary: Dr. Judah Folkman. January 17, 2008.
  • Obituary: Vilma Soforenko. December 16, 2007.

Obits 15

  • Obituary: Ethel (Bon) Bassin. January 7, 2008.
  • Obituary: Joseph Goodman. January 29, 2008.
  • Obituary: William Blau. February 6, 2008.
  • Obituary: Merrill David Shwartz. February 21, 2008.
  • Obituary: Ruth Karten Lassow. March 10, 2008.
  • Obituary: Hans Picard. February 15, 2008.
  • Obituary: Josef N. Cobert. February 25, 2008.
  • Obituary: Ethel Fox. March 12, 2008.
  • Obituary: Molly (Goodman) Halpren. March 14, 2008.
  • Obituary: Sidney Harrison. March 20, 2008.
  • Obituary: Sidney M. Beserosky. April 11, 2008.
  • Obituary: Edna (Cohen) Hamburg. April 7, 2008.
  • Obituary: Elsie Pollock. March 28, 2008.

Obits 16

  • Obituary: Edith Hertzbach. April 16, 2008.
  • Obituary: Joseph D. Geller. May 10, 2008.
  • Obituary: Abraham Brand. May 15, 2008.
  • Obituary: David Glantz. June 19, 2008.
  • Obituary: Dolly (Hershman) Palter. June 5, 2008.
  • Obituary: Edythe L. Broida Fleish. June 3, 2008.
  • Obituary: Shirley R. Handler. July 17, 2008.
  • Obituary: Lillian Mickelson. June 30, 2008.
  • Obituary: Rebecca Feld. June 26, 2008.
  • Obituary: Ralph Feinstein. July 18, 2008.
  • Obituary: Jeanette (Levin) Forman. July 14, 2008.
  • Obituary: Lela F. Porter. August 29, 2008.

Obits 17

  • Obituary: Zelda E. (Krellenstein) Howard. September 10, 2008.
  • Obituary: Harold C. Nelson. September 10, 2008.
  • Obituary: Beulah S. (Sherman) Wuraftic. September 12, 2008.
  • Obituary: Maxine S. Sinderoff. November 10, 2008.
  • Obituary: Ida (Dabrusin) Martin. September 24, 2008.
  • Obituary: Rita G. (Gotlib) Solomon. September 21, 2008.
  • Obituary: Sandra S. Silverstein. November 16, 2008.
  • Obituary: Eleanor (Horvitz) Levine. December 16, 2008.
  • Obituary: Irene Willis Mickelson. December 26, 2008.
  • Obituary: Frances Cook “Cookie” Saltz. January 10, 2009.
  • Obituary: Edward Minkin. January 10, 2009.

Obits 18

  • Obituary: Arline (Goodman) Alpert. January 21, 2009.
  • Obituary: Mikhail Sapir. May 1, 2009.
  • Obituary: Ida (Surdut) Rothman. April 24, 2009.
  • Obituary:Wallace “Wally” James Elston. March 23, 2009.
  • Obituary: Beatrice (Garbatsky) Rechter. February 4, 2009.
  • Obituary: Ruth Barash. March 5, 2009.
  • Obituary: Bette L. Rothman. April 12, 2009.  

Volume III

Page 371

  • “Small Business: Family-owned Alperts sold to N. Y. chain.” New England Business        Bulletin. May 2007. (Concerning: Hershel Alpert, George Alpert, Neil Goldberg, Steven Goldberg, Michael Goldberg)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Synagogue to honor attorney’s memory.” The Standard-       Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 5, 2007. (Concerning: Robert Genensky,         Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Hilton, Kathleen. “ ‘One act of kindness can come back tenfold’: New Bedford High       School honor students benefit from Qualcomm founder’s largesse.” The Standard-          Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 19, 2007. (Concerning: Dr. Irwin Jacobs, Joan           Jacobs, Qualcomm)
  • Aubut, Rebecca. “Ziskind lecture to feature heralded Rabbi Reimer.”  The Standard-        Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 19, 2007. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Jack Reimer)
  • “Prominent doctor and Shriner retires after 63 years.” The Chronicle,          Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. May 27, 2007. (Concerning: Dr. Ed Mackler)

Page 372

  • Pacheco, Tyra. “Story of Survival: Correspondence between teen, Holocaust survivor        leads to presentation.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 9,2007.       (Concerning: Rachel Schwartz, Inge Auerbacher, Holocaust)
  • Glicksman, David. “Earlier rail decisions neglected SouthCoast.” June 5, 2007.      (Concerning: Antonio Cabral, Marc Pacheco)
  • Cuddy, Don. “ ‘Chaos’ in Gaza unsettling, says Israeli diplomat: Consul speaks in New    Bedford.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 15, 2007. (Concerning:             Nadav Tamir, Israel, Gaza Strip) 

Page 373

  • Schudrich, Melynda. “Thrilled to see home schooling coverage.” June 23, 2007.     (Concerning: Melynda Schudrich)
  • “Retiring Jewish Federation leader honored.” June 23, 2007. (Concerning: Wil Herrup,      The Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • “Dartmouth High School’s Top 10 Students.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. July 1, 2007. (Concerning: Jaclyn Teixeira, Rachael Falk, Ana Heureux, Cameron            Siegal, Alisha L. Pavao, Alexandra Miller, Samantha Gollub, John W. Armando,       Erica L. Mazza, Nicholas Lamarre)
  • Brown, Curt. “Community band concerts survive financial scare.”  The Standard-Times,   New Bedford, Mass. July 17, 2007. (Concerning: Marjorie Oliver, Alan Novick)

Page 374

  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Community invited to Tifereth Israel family cookout.” The   Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 11, 2007. (Concerning: Tifereth          Israel Synagogue, Brielle Goodman, Alvin Shwartz, Charles Gorfinkle, Stephen   Kaplan)
  • “Jacqueline Satlow named Jewish Culture Center director.” The Chronicle,             Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. September 7, 2007. (Concerning: Rabbi Jacqueline     Satlow, UMass Dartmouth CJC)
  • “Rabbi Satlow takes new post at UMD.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.         September 8, 2007. (Concerning: Rabbi Jacqueline Satlow, UMass Dartmouth   CJC)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “As Yom Kippur nears, find courage to forgive.” The             Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 15, 2007. (Concerning: Yom          Kippur, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Rabbi Barry      David Hartman, Rabbi Raphael Kanter)
  • “Thanks from Winslow School.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 9,             2007. (Concerning: See article for names)
  • “Abrah J. Salk and Mark A. Zion Jr. were married August 12 at Whites of Westport by     the Justice of the Peace Gerald Coutinho.” 2007.
  • “Elliot I. Rosenfield, CPA, of North Dartmouth has been elected treasurer for the Bristol Community College Foundation.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.    September 2, 2007. (Concerning: Elliot I. Rosenfield)
  • “Anne Dorothy Siegal and Graham McKinley Pappenfort were married June 30 at Ridge Hill by the Rev. Kathleen Musser.” 2007.

Page 375

  • Anderson, Charis. “Health center losing its guiding force: Longing president and CEO      announces retirement.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 22,        2007. (Concerning: Dr. Stuart Forman)
  • McLean, Laura. “A gardener’s paradise: From fertile Slocum River soil springs bounty of the earth.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 8, 2007.   (Concerning: Bob Feingold, Janet Feingold)

Page 376

  • Perry, David. “A Whale of a Career: Hershel Alpert is NOT a man in search of a rocking   chair just yet.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 16, 2007.             (Concerning: Hershel Alpert)
  • Urbon, Steve. “Urban renewal led to city’s loss, Seekonk’s gain.” The Standard-Times,     New Bedford, Mass. September 16, 2007. (Concerning: George Alpert)

Page 377

  • Goot, Michael. “ ‘Day of Peace’ protest lobbies against Iraq War.” Foster’s Daily Democrat, Doner, New Hampshire. September 22, 2007. (Concerning: Andy            Kaplan)
  • Wilson, Sarah. “Peace, politics at forefront: City rally kicks off weekend of events.” The   Portsmouth Herald, Portsmouth New Hampshire. September 22, 2007.   (Concerning: Andy Kaplan)

Page 378

  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “ ‘A light comes from him’: Rabbi Kanter to be honored by    Jewish community.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 30,      2007. (Concerning: Rabbi Raphael Kanter, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “SouthCoast Hospitals Group.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 14,    2007. (Concerning: Rita Pildis)

Page 379

  • Lewis, Tony. “Poems of life well-lived: Spinner hosts two receptions to launch Somerset   author’s book.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. November 1, 2007.        (Concerning: Jill Schneider, Lauren Dovholuk)
  • “The New Bedford Class of 1947.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October    28, 2007. (Concerning: See article for names)
  • “Silverstein’s reunion 2007.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 2007.       (Concerning Silverstein family and employies)
  • “Hershel Alpert joins UMD’s Charlton College of Business.” The Standard-Times, New   Bedford, Mass. October 31, 2007. (Concerning: Hershel Alpert)

Page 380

  • “Horvitz Scholar-In-Residence program is planned at synagogue this weekend.” The         Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. November 10, 2007. (Concerning:        Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Dr. David Berger)
  • “Partners to hold book signing for lovers of marine photography.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. November 14, 2007. (Concerning: Calvin Siegal,        Llewellyn Howland III)
  • Rocha, Charlene. “What I’m Watching.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.          Novemver 26, 2007. (Concerning: Michael Friedland)
  • Aubut, Rebecca. “Synagogue’s Hanukkah celebration to feature Yom Kadash Band/         Menorah to light Dartmouth Mall this Hanukkah season.” The Standard-Times,         New Bedford, Mass. December 1, 2007. (Concerning: Ahavath Achim             Synagogue, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Yom Kadash Band, Hanukkah,       Chabad/Lubavitch, Rabbi Aaron Benjaminson)

Page 381

  • “Health Newsmakers.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 2, 2007.       (Concerning: Jack A. Howard)
  • “Out and About: SouthCoast photo gallery.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.   December 1, 2007. (Concerning: William Martin, Jean MacCormack, X.J.          Kennedy, Richard Ward, Andre Dubus III, Tony Soares, Barbara Kaplan, Mel Yoken, Susan Rothschild)
  • Barboza, Robert. “Arts/Living: Four fine writers talk about writing at UMass         Dartmouth.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. December 5, 2007.   (Concerning: William Martin, Jean MacCormack, X.J.Kennedy, Richard Ward,             Andre Dubus III, Mel Yoken)

 

Page 382

  • Hartnett, Ken. “The righteous man stays the course despite the difficulties.” The    Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 6, 2007. (Concerning:Dr. Stuart I. Forman)
  • [pic.] “Hanukkah Celebration.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 10, 2007. (Concerning: Aaron Benjaminson, Chabad/Lubavitch, Hanukkah)
  • “New Bedford High School Class of 1942 Hold 65th Reunion.” Senior Scope, December 2007. (Concerning: See article for names)

Page 383

  • Barboza, Robert. “New archive at Brown chronicles a life in’les belles lettres’.” The           Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. (Concerning: Mel Yoken, Rev. Robert             Lawrence)
  • Ferreira, Joao. “A Pats win could fit them to a T.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,     Mass. January 26, 2008. (Concerning: John Macaroco, Peter Russell)
  • “Local business to bring holiday cheer to the children at Schwartz Center.”  The    Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. December 12, 2007. (Concerning: The Schwartz Center)

Page 384

  • Gaspardi, Marlaina. “Not camera shy: DHS grads put video skills to work for trinity of     sport teams.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 1, 2008.      (Concerning: Jared Rita, Jonathan Gotlib)
  • O’Connor, Kevin P. “Shuster sold to Alabama company.” The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass. January 31, 2008. (Concerning: Shuster Corp.)
  • “New Bedford - Rosenfield Raymon Pielech PC, certified public accountants and             business consultants, announces the election of Jeffrey L. Raymon to managing       shareholder as of Jan. 1.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. Februaryy 3, 2008. (Concerning: Jeffrey L. Raymon)

Page 385

  • Cuddy, Don. “From the Ashes: Sid Wainer & Son project turns a brown field into a green            field that sprouts culinary gold.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.   February 10, 2008. (Concerning: Sid Wainer & Son, Henry Wainer, David Rose)
  • “Charlton College of Business to host Warren Eisenberg at first Executive-on-Campus      lecture of 2008 season.” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. February 6,      2008. (Concerning: Warren Eisenberg, Dr. Eileen Peacock, Hershel Alpert) 

Page 386

  • Gonet, Sarah. “An actor at heart: 11-year-old wins a role in film opening on Valentines     Day.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 11, 2008. (Concerning:      Ryder Chasin, Holly (Hurwitz) Chasin)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Tifereth Israel renews sabbath observance.” The Standard-    Times, New Bedford, Mass. (Concerning: TTifereth Israel Synagogue, Cantor    Nathaniel Schudrich, Rabbi Raphael J. Kanter)

Page 387

  • Baum, Evelyn. “Gearing up: Fairhaven couple take arduous, bumpy ride along C&O         Canal.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 23, 2008.    (Concerning: Ken Lipman, Evelyn Baum)

Page 388

  • Arnett, Alison. “Micro Management.” The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. February 27,       2008. (Concerning: Sid Wainer & Son, Henry Wainer, Victor Simas)

Page 389

  • Medeiros, Michael. “Seasonal shops signal spring’s start.” The Standard-Times, New         Bedford, Mass. March 29, 2008. (Concerning: Ken Ackerman, Liz Ackerman)
  •  Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Passover begins next Saturday at sundown.” The Standard- Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 12, 2008. (Concerning: Passover, Ahavath     Achim Synagogue, Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Rabbi Raphael Kanter)
  • “Purim Party.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 5, 2008. (Concerning:      Purim, Ruth Glicksman, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Myra         Goldberg, Olga Yorish, Rabbi Raphael Kanter, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

Page 390

  • Cuddy, Don. “ ‘We Do Remember’: Service honors Holocaust survivor.” The Standard-   Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 4, 2008. (Concerning: Abraham Landau,        Holocaust Memorial, Ann Kantor, Lauren Joy Kantor, Mayor Scott W. Lang,    Deborah Macy, Cantor Nathaniel Schidrich)
  • Aubut, Rebecca. “Holocaust Memorial observance to honor memorial of Abe Landau.”     The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 5, 2008. (Concerning: Abraham Landau, Holocaust Memorial, Cindy Yoken, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

Page 391

  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “On a Mission: Executive director of area Jewish Federation wants to help community thrive.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April           20, 2008. (Concerning: Olga Yorish, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • Anrdade Rodrigues, Linda. “Synagogue to honor scholar’s memory.” The Standard-         Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 3, 2008. (Concerning: Robert   Genensky,Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Rabbi Barry David Hartman)
  • Aubut, Rebecca. “Shabbaton Weekend to feature Israeli poetry.” The Standard-Times,      New Bedford, Mass. April 26, 2008. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Dr. Bernard Horn, Yehuda Amichai)

Page 392

  • Zeitz, Marsha. “Learning to be happy.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May    3, 2008. (Concerning: Dr. Michele Saunders Koppelman)

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Page 394

  • Hartnett, Ken. “Call him interested: Scribe keeps an Eye on museum post.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 4, 2008. (Concerning: Ken Hartnett,    Cal Siegal, John Garfield)
  • “Healing Garden: Couple’s gift brings tranquil landscape to St. Luke’s.” The Standard-     Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 11, 2008. (Concerning: Dr. Gilbert Shapiro,    Frima “Timmy” Shapiro)

Page 395

  • Brown, Curt. “ ‘Bucket’ to reopen Tuesday.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.   May 9, 2008. (Concerning: Ken Ackerman, Liz Ackerman)
  • Brown, Curt. “The bucket’s back: Ice cream landmark reopens today.” The Standard-       Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 13, 2008. (Concerning: Ken Ackerman, Liz     Ackerman)
  • Kaufman, Nancy K. “Israel at 60: Keep connections alive.” The Standard-Times, New      Bedford, Mass. May 13, 2008. (Concerning: Israel, Nancy K. Kaufman)
  • Styan, Christina. “DHS welcomes new Honor Society members.” The Chronicle,   Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. May 14, 2008. (Concerning: Abigail finger, Sean        Rider, Sharon Barry)

Page 396

  • Daley, Lauren. “Losing Control: Top cardiologist, a Fall River native, publishes memoir    of life with Parkinson’s and dementia.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.       May 16, 2008. (Concerning: Dr. Thomas B. Graboys)

Page 397

  • Brown, Curt. “Detective’s love for writing no mystery.” The Standard-Times, New           Bedford, Mass. May 20, 2008. (Concerning: Robert Levinson)
  • “Business Newsmakers.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 18, 2008.           (Concerning: Alan S. Novick)
  • “Ziskind lecture to feature Dr. Goldhagen.” May 24, 2008. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel     Synagogue, Dr. Daniel Jonah Goldhagen)
  • Lade, Jennifer. “Helping city students take flight: Seniors awarded scholarships.” The       Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 24, 2008. (Concerning: Shakeela             Najjar, Jillian DeMedeiros, Vijayalakshmi Parthasarathy, Allen Mills, Irwin                                            Jacobs, Joan Jacobs)

Page 398

  • Aubut, Rebecca. “March of Living is life –altering experience for couple.” The Standard-  Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 31, 2008. (Concerning: Mel Yoken, Cynthia   Yoken, Holocaust, Poland, Israel)  
  • Evans, Becky W. “Graduates’ diplomas are ‘stepping stones’.” The Standard-Times, New             Bedford, Mass. June 4, 2008. (Concerning: Adam Kvietkauskas)

Page 399

  • Hartnett, Ken. “In best RFK tradition, there three women ask, ‚Why not?’ ” The   Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 1, 2008. (Concerning: Lisa Schmid      Alvord, JoAnn Clarke, Doreen Lopez)
  • [pic.] Sladewski, John. “Perfect Day.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 3, 2008. (Concerning: Louise Cohen, Beverly Goldstein)

Page 400

  • Brown, Curt. “Israel’s 60th anniversary celebrated.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,   Mass. June 23, 2008. (Concerning: Israel Independence Day, Jewish Federation of             Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “SouthCoast celebrates Israel at 60.” The Standard-Times,      New Bedford, Mass. June 21, 2008. (Concerning: Israel Independence Day,           Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • O’Connor, Kevin P. “Stepping in to help Women’s Center.”  The Standard-Times, New    Bedford, Mass. June 16, 2008. (Concerning: Harve’s Shoebox, Michael        Friedland)
  • “Tribute to honor Rabbi Hartman.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. June 28,     2008. (Concerning: Rabbi Barry David Hartman, Ahavath Achim Synagogue) 

Page 401

  • Styan, Christina. “COA volunteers…are simply priceless!” The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. (Concerning: Scott Mello, Peter S. Hughes, Dr.         Shuowei Cai, David Fleming, Bruce Morell, Wanderers Paul Levasseur, Ruby             Finger, Anne Perreira, Joanne Methia, Terry Barto)

Page 402

  • Collins, Ed. “Allendale’s ‘distinguished’: North Dartmouth course honors seven    members for 50+ years.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. July 6, 2008.      (Concerning: Dr. William Abesh, Julius Shaw, Thelma Schwartz, Sylvia Gitlin,         Nathan Barry, Nathaniel Kleger, David Cohen)
  • “This is Not the only character The Zuskind School of Judaism teaches.” The Standard-    Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 12, 2008. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel         Synagogue)
  • “City Celebrates! Begins downtown Thursday.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,        Mass. July 13, 2008. (Concerning: Derek Harding, Karie C. Vincent, Di Bostoner Klezmer)

Page 403

  • Daley, Lauren. “Exploring her Christian, Islamic and Jewish roots.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. July 25, 2008. (Concerning: Sadia Shepard, interfaith)
  • Brown, Curt. “Filling a new role: Dartmouth dentist, head of state group, urges more        access to care.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 3, 2008.             (Concerning: Dr. Milton A. Glicksman)

Page 404

  • Abraham, Yvonne. “A mind club for girls.” The Bostone globe, Boston, Mass. August      27, 2008. (Concerning: Yvonne Abraham, Lisa Schmid Alvord, JoAnn Clarke,          Doreen Lopez)
  • Cohen, Joe. “New Digs: Busting at seams, apparel firm snags bigger city location.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 14, 2008. (Concerning: Jeffrey            Glassman, Norman Glassman, Matthew A. Morrissey)
  • McQuillan Weeks, Joanna. “Local foods get star treatment: Hectic night yields mixed       results at praiseworthy Joe’s.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August      28, 2008. (Concerning: Joanna McQuillan Weeks)

Page 405

  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Synagogue president returns to roots, rekindles faith.” The    Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. August 16, 2008. (Concerning: Charlie           Gorfinkle)
  • Zuger, Abigail. M.D. “A Doctor Transformed, Into a Patient.” The New York Times,        New York City, New York. August 26, 2008. (Concerning: Dr. Thomas Graboys)

Page 406

  • Charbonneau, Nichole. “Charitable Tomatoes: A Different Type of Contribution.”             SouthCoast Magazine. August 2008. (Concerning: Bob Feingold)

Page 407

  • [Cont.] “Charitable Tomatoes.”
  • Hecht, Esther. “The Jewish Traveler: Melville’s Waters.” Hadassah Magazine.        August/September 2008. (Concerning: Seamen’s Bethel, SouthCoast Jewry,   Horvitz family, Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Judy           Farrar, Cynthia Yoken, holocaust Memorial)

Page 408

  • Ferreira, Joao. “New girls-only school ‘a community project’: Our Sisters’ volunteers,        theachers  prepare for opening.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.      September 2, 2008. (Concerning: Mallory Cohn, Jill Howard, Angelina Tavares)
  • “End of summer bash kicks off Saturday.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.       September 1, 2008. (Concerning: Gilbert Shapiro, Timmy Shapiro, Paul Downey,           Donna Downey, Richard Fitton, Frima Shapiro, Sumner James, Liz Waring)
  • “Dartmouth dentist is elected president of the Massachusetts Dental Society.” The            Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. September 3, 2008. (Concerning: Milton          A. Glicksman DMD)
  • “Thelma Ruby to present her one-woman show on Oct. 15.” The Chronicle,            Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. September 24, 2008. (Concerning: Thelma Ruby)
  • Lucciola, Lorraine. “Play honors contributions of local Jewish women.” The Standard-      Times, New Bedford, Mass. September 11, 2008. (Concerning: Barbara Shore,   Merrie Mizaras, Ada Jill Schneider, Cindy Yoken, Linda Monchik, Barbara         Kaplan, Judy Barry, Ruth Ades, Shulamith Friedland, Janet Freedman, Arlene       Alpert, Dr. Ana Radovsky, Rose Juda)
  • “Heirloom tomatoes on clubs aganda.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.             September 20, 2008. (Concerning: Robert B. Feingold)
  • Feingold, Robert B. “Reduce homeowners’ mortgage balances.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. September 24, 2008. (Concerning: Robert B. Feingold) 

Page 409

  • [Pic.] Pereira, Peter. “Ringing in 5769.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.            October 1, 2008. (Concerning: Pini Hazan, Aaron Benjaminson, Mendal         Benjaminson, Chaya Benjaminson, Rosh Hashana, Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • “TOFIAS PC: Changing th model for accounting services.” SouthCoust Magazine.           October 2008. (Concerning: Mark Thurber, Alda Petitti, Todd Eisenberg, Danielle             Poyant McCue)
  • King, Daniel H. “Dartmouth residents gets to work with Patriots, Celtics, and Bruins.”     The Chronicle, Dartmouth/Westport, Mass. October 1, 2008. (Concerning: Jared    Rita, Jonathan Gotlib)   

Page 410

  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “City woman and her children convert to Judaism.” The         Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 4, 2008. (Concerning: Sue      Brenners, Robert Brenners, Cameron Brenners, Alyssa Brenners, Rabbi Raphael         Kanter, Rabbi Talya Weisbard Shalem, Cantor Nathaniel Schudrich)
  • Higgins, Robert. “YouthREP tackles Holocaust play for public, school audiences.” The     Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 9, 2008. (Concerning: Holocaust,      Erica Borges, Rosemary Larkin, Peter-Henry DaSilva, Nathan Valente, Eva             Schloss, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)

Page 411

  • “Helping re-invent China: Ex-Dartmouth resident’s firm part of country’s globalization.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 12, 2008. (Concerning: Joe     Tatelbaum)
  • Oliveira, David W. “Remembering the Holocaust.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,    Mass. October 11, 2008. (Concerning: Erica Borges, Rosemary Larkin,             Holocaust, Eva Schloss)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Cantor Schudrich to be feted at city synagogue.” The            Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 25, 2008. (Concerning: Cantor           Nathaniel Schudrich, Tifereth Israel Synagogue)

Page 412

  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Synagogue to host scholar weekend.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 25, 2008. (Concerning: Dr. Shnayer Leiman,             Ahavath Achim Synagogue)
  • Perdue, Beth. “NATCO in driver’s seat on fuel costs.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 26, 2008. (Concerning: Mark Eisenberg, Melinda Ailes)
  • Dolnick, Sam. “The last Jews of Calcutta have one last guardian.” The Standard-Times,    New Bedford, Mass. October 26, 2008. (Concerning: Indian Jews)
  • Cuddy, Don. “All-girls middle school opens in city.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,             Mass. October 28, 2008. (Concerning: Our Sisters’ School, Tifereth Israel             Synagogue, Lisa Yates, Lisa Schmid Alvord, Doreen Lopes, Joann Clarke)
  • “Goldman’s animation chosen for L.A. festival.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,       Mass. October 26, 2008. (Concerning: Harvey Goldman)

Page 413

  • Unger, Bob. “Banish hate from our politics.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.   October 26, 2008. (Concerning: Bob Unger)
  • “Synagogue to host medatitive service.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.           March 15, 2008. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Susan Nisenbaum   Becker)
  • Barlow, Rich. “Tackling myths about Jesus, Judaism.” The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass.   November 22, 2008. (Concerning: Amy-Jill Levine, Jesus)
  • Friedman, Matti. “Precious parchment: Scholars hunt missing pages of ancient Bible.”       The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. October 26, 2008. (Concerning: Israel,            Aleppa Codex)

Page 414

  • Nunes, Courtney. “Local service planned to show support for Israel.” The Standard-         Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 9, 2009. (Concerning: Israel, Tifereth Israel            Synagogue, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Ahavath Achim         Synagogue, National Council of Jewish Women, Jewish War Veterans, Rony           Yedidia, Scott W. Lang, Rev. David Lima)
  • Daley, Lauren. “Holiday nostalgia: Barbara Samuels recalls latkes, lighting menorah,         Hanukkah gelt.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 21, 2008.       (Concerning: Hanukkah, Barbara Samuels, Eli Samuals)
  • “Truckloads of Toys for Tots.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. December 21, 2008. (Concerning: Peter Barry, Randy Scott, Steve Magliozzi)

Page 415

  • Sege, Irene. “A song and a prayer.” The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. January 3, 2009.     (Concerning: Hebrew College, Rabbi Daniel Lehmann)
  • Kaufman, Hayley. “Bring the family.” The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. January 3, 2009.             (Concerning: Haley Kaufman, Chris Kaufman, Devin Kaufman, Nate Kaufman,    Rachel Kaufman)
  • Feingold, Robert B. “Why I support Israel’s military action in Gaza.” The Standard-          Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 8, 2009. (Concerning: Israel, Gaza, Robert             B. Feingold)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Outreach: Israel- Federation’s Michael Russell is on a            mission to save Israeli Jewish and Arabic children.” The Standard-Times, New        Bedford, Mass. January 10, 2009. (Concerning: Israel, Mike Russell, Jewish      Federation of Greater New Bedford)  

Page 416

  • Brown, Curt. “Event highlights conflict’s complexities.” The Standard-Times, New           Bedford, Mass. January 12, 2009. (Concerning: Israel, Rony Yedidia, Tifereth         Israel Synagogue)
  • Fradkin, Irving. “Israel, defending itself, aims for future peace.” The Standard-Times,       New Bedford, Mass. January 15, 2009. (Concerning: Israel, Irving Fradkin)
  • Fradkin, Irving. “Israel was only defending itself in Gaza.” The Standard-Times, New      Bedford, Mass. January 26, 2009. (Concerning: Israel, Irving Fradkin)
  • Boyce, David B. “Judith Klein establishes art gallery.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 11, 2009. (Concerning: Judith Klein)
  • “New Bedfoed - Jeffrey L. Raymon, CPA, has been selected to serve as a member of       PKF North America Network’s Tax Committee for 2009.” The Standard-Times,           New Bedford, Mass. January 18, 2009. (Concerning: Jeffrey L. Raymon)

Page 417

  • Rabbi Kanter, Raphael. “Are anti-Zionists and anti-Semites from one cloth?” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 24, 2009. (Concerning: Rabbi          Raphael Kanter, anti-Semitism, anto-Zionism, Israel)
  • Onanian, Kelly. “Make room for Alexi: Family adopts lonely pooch.” The Standard-         Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 18, 2009. (Concerning: Dr. Jonathan Bier, Dr. Jo-Ann Bier)
  • Cuddy, Don. “Lifting their voices: Impending inauguration buoys King gathering.” The    Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 19, 2009. (Concerning: Tifereth          Israel Synagogue)

Page 418

  • Barroll, Andrew J. “Israel was protecting itself from terrorism.” The Standard-Times,        New Bedford, Mass. January 28, 2009. (Concerning: Israel, Andrew J. Barroll)
  • Hime, Courtney. “An internship at the top: Dartmouth native and Tufts senior spent fall    semester at the White House.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 27, 2009. (Concerning: Dan Hartman)
  • “Judith Klein offers adult, youth art classes.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.   February 8, 2009. (Concerning: Judith Klein)
  • Simpson, Victor L. “Vatican says Holocaust denier must recant to be reinstated.” The       Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. February 5, 2009. (Concerning: Bishop           Richard Williamson, Holocaust, Rabbi Marvin Hier) 
  • Hartman, Daniel. “What the now-former president president did right.” The Standard-      Times, New Bedford, Mass. January 29, 2009. (Concerning: Daniel Hartman)

Page 419

  • Ehrens, David. “A different Jewish view of Gaza.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,   Mass. January 30, 2009. (Concerning: David Ehrens, Israel)
  • Ehrens, David. “Israel is not a democracy.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.      February 17, 2009. (Concerning: David Ehrens, Israel)
  • Aulisio, Peggy. “Boy, teacher save choking first-grader.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. February 10, 2009. (Concerning: Elizabeth Powell, Robin    Kastenbaum, Garrison Manchester)    
  • Unger, Bob. “Seeing the world through a different lens.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. March 8, 2009. (Concerning: Jewish history, Bob Unger)
  • “UMD Drum Major Award given to Fradkin.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.            February 22, 2009. (Concerning: Dr. Irving Fradkin)

Page 420

  • Ledoux, Kim. “Education nation: Dartmouth’s Ackerman family discovers America          firsthand.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. March 3, 2009.          (Concerning: Ken Ackerman, Ben Ackerman,  Liz Ackerman,  Abby Ackerman)
  • Lindsay, Jay. “Backlash erupts over Brandeis art museum: School proposes selling some    pieces.” The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. 2009. (Concerning: Brandeis University, Jerry Fineberg)
  • “Religion Briefs: Tifereth Israel to host Interfaith Service.” The Standard-Times, New       Bedford, Mass. April 18, 2009. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue,       Interfaith, Rev. Malia Crawford)
  • Yoken, Mel B. “Support library growth and expansion.” The Standard-Times, New           Bedford, Mass. March 16, 2009. (Concerning: Mel B. Yoken)
  • Hartman, Rabbi Barry D. “Rabbi Hartman: ‘Birchat Hachama or Blessing on the Sun’.”    The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 11, 2009. (Concerning: Birchat   Hachama, Rabbi Barry David Hartman)
  • “Tifereth Israel to host Shabbat Across America.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,      Mass. March 14, 2009. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Shabbat Across        America, National Jewish Outreach Program)

Page 421

  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Passover begins next Wednesday at sundown.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 4, 2009. (Concerning: Passover)
  • Price, Leah. “Read a Book, Get Out of Jail.” The New York Times Book Review, New    York City, New York. March 1, 2009. (Concerning: Dr. Robert Waxler, Changing    Lives Through Literature)
  • Yoken, Cynthia. “Superb play educates on Holocaust and rescuers.” The Standard-Times,             April 11, 2009. (Concerning: Holocaust, Cynthia Yoken)
  • “Federation to hold Yom HaShoah observance.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,       Mass. April 25, 2009. (Concerning: Holocaust Memorial, Max Michelson, Yom       HaShoah, Mayor Scott W. Lang, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford,             Tifereth Israel Synagogue)
  • “Memorial observance.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 20, 2009.           (Concerning: Holocaust Memorial, Max Michelson, Yom HaShoah, Rabbi            Raphael Kanter, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Tifereth Israel            Synagogue)
  • Nunes, Courtney. “Blog bolsters literary alternative sentencing program.”  The Standard-  Times, New Bedford, Mass. April 21, 2009. (Concerning: Changing Lives          Through Literature, Dr. Robert Waxler, Jenni Baker)

Page 422

  • McLean, Laura. “Coaxing seedlings into plants.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford,       Mass. May 3, 2009. (Concerning: Robert (Bob) Feingold)
  • Lade, Jennifer. “Back to his Roots.” May 24, 2009. (Concerning: Dr. Irwin Jacobs, Joan   Klein Jacobs, Lisa Yankowitz, Rayana Grace, Christian Rose, Qualcomm)
  • “Sisterhood to hold Torah Fund Study Day.”  The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.             May 16, 2009. (Concerning: Lillian Shwartz, Tifereth Israel Synagogue, United       Synagogue of Conservative Judaism)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Preeminent scholar of American Judaism at Tifereth.” The    Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 30, 2009. (Concerning: Dr. Jonathan       Sarna, Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Brandeis University)
  • “Celebrating Purim.” The Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. 2009. (Concerning:          Purim) 
  • Aubut, Rebecca. “Jewish women’s group reaches out to those in need.” The Standard-      Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 16, 2009. (Concerning: National Council of    Jewish Women, Marcia Revzin)
  • Andrade Rodrigues, Linda. “Federation president obligated to serve community.” The      Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass. May 24, 2009. (Concerning: Dr. Stuart I.        Forman, Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford)
  • “Rabbi Bernard H. & Minha Ziskind Memorial Lecture.” The Standard-Times, New          Bedford, Mass. May 21, 2009. (Concerning: Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Dr. Jonathan Sarna)  

 

Index #1: By Key Terms/Names

 

*includes article authors

 

A

Abby, Erin- Pages: 81,

Abortion- Pages: 51,  

Abramson, Fisher- Pages: 1,

Abramson, Irving- Pages: 83,

Ackerman, John H. - Pages: 10, 12, 15, 17, 19, 29, 80,      

Ades family- Pages: 63,

Ades, Philip F. - Pages: 31,

Ades, Ruth- Pages: 21, 59,

Ahavath Achim Synagogue- Pages: 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 13, 22, 37, 45, 46, 50, 60, 62, 64, 66, 73, 79, 83,             

Alkalay, Iris- Pages: 71,

Alpert, Bruce M.- Pages: 80,

Alpert, Fredric- Pages: 37,

(The) American Jewish History Society- Pages: 66,

Anselmo, Keri- Pages: 63,

Anti-Defamation League- Pages: 8, 13,

Anti-Semitism- Pages: 81,

Arron, David- Pages: 74,  

Azores- Pages: (See Portuguese Jews)

Azorean Jewry- (See Portuguese Jews)

B

Bagley, David- Pages: 68, 78,

Barcellos, Robert J. - Pages: 7, 12, 13, 18, 22, 28, 29, 37, 41, 45, 46, 55, 58, 60, 62, 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69, 72, 73, 76, 77, 78, 79,   

Bar Mitzvah- Pages:

Barnet, David S. - Pages: 55,

Barry, Beth Lynn- Pages: 65,  

Bat Mitzvah- Pages:

Beck, Evelyn- Pages: 68, 78,  

Bellini, Pamela- Pages: 32,

Benlifer, Brian D. - Pages: 44,

Bensoussan, ____ (Cantor) - Pages: 77,  

Berg, Jack- Pages: 71,

Berg, Kristin M. - Pages: 53,

Besen, Robert- Pages: 75, 

Birmingham, Stephen- Pages: 57,

Bliss, Gil- Pages: 30, 36,   

B’nai B’rith- Pages: 12, 18, 20, 29, 33, 36, 54, 69,  

Boyle, Maureen- Pages: 21, 51,     

Bristol Community College (BCC) - Pages: 21, 36,

Brody, Abraham- Pages: 67,

Brody, Frayda: (See Frayda Faigel)

Brody, Marcella- Pages: 67,

Brody, Phyllis Mayer- Pages: 24, 51, 55, 69,    

Brooker, Rosalind Poll- Pages: 33, 69,  

Brown, Pamela J. - Pages: 65,

Buckner, ______ (Cantor) - Pages: 77,

Buckner, Scott A. - Pages: 59,

Buddy, Thomas- Pages: 70, 

Burke, Michael D. - Pages: 45,

C

Caldwell, Jean- Pages: 22, 59,  

Cantin, Lewis Jeffrey- Pages: 65,

Caplan, Sheldon M. (Dr.) - Pages: 62,

Center for Jewish Culture- Pages: 5,

Chalif, Ithamar- Pages: 32,

Chamber Reperatory Theatre- Pages: 59,

Charig, Margaret A. - Pages: 36, 38,

Chervinsky, Paul (Dr.) - Pages: 24,

Christmas- Pages: 52, 53,

Claffey, Charles- Pages: 79,

Cohen, Doris- Pages: 83,

Cohen, Ernest J. - Pages: 82,

Cohen, Florence G. – Pages: 33, 36,

Cohen, Harold- Pages: 83,

Cohen, Lauren A. - Pages: 74, 79,  

Cope, James Patterson- Pages: 53,   

Couto, Lucinda- Pages: 79, 80,

Crook, Stanley M. - Pages: 65,    

D

Dartmouth High School: Pages: 70, 74,  

Devlin, Lisa- Pages: 56,

Dickstein, Mindi- Pages: 67,

Dinovan, Marcia Lee (Benlifer)- Pages: 58,

Dockstader, John Brian (Dr.)- Pages: 75,

Drucker, Nancy- Pages: 16,

Dubin, Faith Ann- Pages: 80,

Dubin, Steven Victor- Pages: 31, 59,  

E

Eichenbaum, Ray- Pages: 74,

Eisenberg, Jana L.- Pages: 79,

Eisenberg, Martin Howard- Pages: 32,  

Eisner, Anne B.- Pages: 39, 59,

Eisner, Robert M. - Pages: 44,

Eisner, Isidore- Pages: 8, 14, 31, 34, 35, 36, 59, 66,  

Elias, Sheri- Pages: 65,

Epstein, Joseph- Pages: 77,

Epstein, Sandra J. - Pages: 65,

F

Falk, Diana Renee- Pages: 74, 

Falk, Pearl- Pages: 17,

Fehrenbacher, Gretchen- Pages: 71, 76,

Feingold, Lillian- Pages: 37,

Feingold, Marilyn Bonner (Dr.) - Pages: 42, 

Feinstein, Steven Robert- Pages: 31,

Feldman, Seth- Pages: 70,

Finger, Rubye M. - Pages: 17, 55,  

Finkel, Lillian- Pages: 76,

Flanzbaum, Marilyn- Pages: 67,

Fletcher, Anne Mary- Pages: 53,

Fraga, Stephen- Pages: 58, 79,  

Fraigel, Frayda (Brody) - Pages: 67,

Fran, Lisa- Pages: 32,

Franklin, Mary- Pages: 67,

Frauwirth, Kenneth- Pages: 77,

Frauwirth, Stacy- Pages: 40,

Fredrickson, George- Pages: 57,

Freedenthal, Stacy- Pages: 81, 

Friedland, Sheldon- Pages: 43,

Friedland, Shulamith- Pages: 43,  

Friedland, William M. - Pages: 65,

G

Gabe, Catherine- Pages: 13,

Gaffin, Irwin- Pages: 79,

Garston, Matthew J. (Dr./O.D.)- Pages: 55,

Geller, Phylis Jane- Pages: 23,

Genensky, Samuel M. (Dr.)- Pages: 42, 75,  

Genus Resources Inc.- Pages: 58,

Gersin, Cathy G.- Pages: 80,  

Gitlin, Rebecca Sara- Pages: 32,

Glaser, Morris- Page: 17.

Glassman, Bernard (Rabbi)- Pages: 3, 4, 7, 8, 10, 13, 15, 18, 23, 40,

Glassman, Susan F.- Pages: 75,

Glogowsky, Lila- Pages: 65,  

Glover, Sandra L.- Pages: 63, 64,    

Goldberg, Milton- Page: 16.

Goldberg, Risa- Pages: 79,

Goldenberg, David Seth- Pages: 65,

Goldstein, Bernice S. (Bochner)- Page: 17.

Goldstein, Marc R.- Pages: 80,

Goldstein, Steven- Pages: 74,

Goldstein, Susan Roth- Pages: 53,

Gollis, Leonard- Pages: 32,  

Goos, Sylvia Ann- Pages: 30,

Gourse, S. Norman- Pages: 62,

Granstein, Richard David- Pages: 32,    

Greenberg, Jerry- Pages: 75,

Greene, Steven J.- Pages: 30,

Greene, Phillip M. - Pages: 65,

Gross, Tanya- Pages: 69, 

Gutierrez, Irene Duprey- Pages: 74,

H

Hadassah- Pages: 39,

Hall, Bill- Pages: 47,

Hanukkah- Pages: 64,

Hartman, Barry David (Rabbi) - Pages: 2, 13, 38, 66, 77,

Hartman, Shoshana (Turner) - Pages: 77,  

Haskell, Elizabeth L. - Pages: 65,

Hebrew- Pages:

Herman, Steven David- Pages: 40,

Heyman, Joseph (Dr.) - Pages: 3

High Holy Days- Pages: 12, 45, 46, 59, 73, 83,

Hinchcliffe, Diane- Pages: 15, 23, 24,

Hirsch, Arthur- Pages: 25, 42,   

Hochman, Michael B. - Pages: 80,

Hoffman, Alan- Pages: 80,

Holand, Carolyn B. (Schwartz) - Pages: 41,

Holland, Andrew Robert- Pages: 70,

Holland, Ilene Ruth- Pages: 41,  

Holocaust- Pages: 10, 13, 21, 26, 28, 38, 39, 42, 47, 50, 56, 58, 67, 74, 79,       

Holocaust Memorial [in New Bedford] - (See Holocaust)

Holy Land- (See: Israel)

Horvitz, Jeannette- Page: 17.

Horvitz, Simeon L. – Pages: 40,

Horowitz, Paul- Pages: 60,

Horowitz, Robert K. (Dr.) - Pages: 70,

Howard, Alan Bruce- Pages: 64,

Howard, Alexander- Pages: 37,

Hsu, Leonardo- Pages: 77

Hurwitz, Daniel Seth (Dr.) - Pages: 55,  

Hurwitz, Holly- Pages: 58,

I

Interfaith- Pages: 41, 

Intermarriage- Pages: 15,

Israel- Pages: 1, 11, 14, 30, 36, 43, 57, 63, 66, 67, 68, 73,  

Ivaldi, Christina R. (Dr.) - Pages: 70,   

J

Jackson, Larry- Pages: 55,

Jackson, Marsha Sue- Pages: 75,

Jackson, Robert A. - Pages: 1,

Jacob, Bill N. - Pages: 65,

Jacobs, George- Pages: 38, 82,

Jacobs, Ronald M. - Pages: 71,

Jacobvitz, Harry Jason- Pages: 53,

Jerusalem- Pages: 14,  

Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford- Pages: 13, 17, 23, 26, 28, 67, 73, 81,  

Jewish Professional Womens Club Inc. - Pages: 62,

Jewish Theological Seminary- Pages: 13,

Jewish War Veterans- (See: Veterans)

Jones, Malcolm- Pages: 82, 

K

Kane, Gary A. - Pages: 39,  

Kaplan, Andrew J. - Pages: 37,  

Kaplan, Samuel- Pages: 70,

Kaplan, Sidney H. - Pages: 37, 82,

Kates, Steven Alan (Dr.) - Pages: 71,

Katz, Andrew M. - Pages: 67,

Katz, Larry A. - Pages: 22, 57,  

Keshenbaum, Sue Ellen- Pages: 65,

Kibbutz- Pages: 11,

Kleinmann, Kurt- Pages: 76,

Kogut, David H. - Pages: 2, 7, 9,   

Kraetzer, Wendy Stella- Pages: 31,

Krasnegor, Norman A. (Dr.) - Pages: 71,

Krasnegor, Rebecca- Pages: 71

Kroudvird, Evelyn- Pages: 23,

Kroudvird, G. - Pages: 76,

Kroudvird, Harvey- Pages: 76,

Kushner, Harold- Pages: 57,

L

Landau, Abraham - Pages: 13, 14, 33, 56,

Landau, Jack M. - Pages: 57,   

Lang, Scott W. (Mayor) - Pages:

Lansky, Aaron J. - Pages: 7, 17, 22, 33, 43, 62, 79, 80,  (See also: Yiddish)

Lansky, Edith- Pages: 33,

Lansky, Yale Michael- Pages: 75,

Laurans, Penelope- Pages: 72,

Leen, Mervin- Pages: 83,

LeMay, Anthony Maurice- Pages: 80,

Lesco, Robert- Pages: 82,

Lester, Julius- Pages: 68, 78,

Leve, Robin- Pages: 32,

Levin, Alan- Pages: 28, 59,  

Levin, Phillip- Pages: 65,

Levine, Garrie A. - Pages: 29,

Levinson, Olga- Page: 23,

Light of Torah Award- Pages: 13, 36, 67,

Lindenberg, Mary- Pages: 75,  

Lindsey, Kathy- Pages: 26,

Lipman, Arthur G. (Dr.) - Pages: 18, 56,  

Lipp, Stan- Pages: 20, 77,

Little, Charlene Ann- Pages: 80,

Local (Jewish) History- Pages: 5,

London, Jack- Pages: 79, 83,  

Lovinger, Robert- Pages: 56, 82,  

Lucinda, Couto- Pages: 73,

Lukoff, Roger- Pages: 68, 78,

Lumiansky, Hope- Pages: 82,

M

Machado, Kimberly Ann- Pages: 75,

Malick, Albert- Pages: 16,

Manly, Howard- Pages: 11,

Marder, Brian I. - Pages: 32,

Marks, Bernhard- Pages: 29,

Martin, Ellen S. - Pages: 31,

Martins, Gus- Pages: 38, 39,

McAllister, Bill- Pages: 50,

McAnaw, Michael Douglas- Pages: 75,

McArdle, Elaine- Pages: 82,

McCarter, Robert- Pages: 24,

Mendes, Aristides de Sousa- Pages: 56,

Mickelson, Harvey- Pages: 82,

Middle East- (See: Israel)

Miller, Andrew J. (Dr.) - Page: 58,

Miller, Leonard- Pages: 82,

Mirsky, Barbara- Pages: 82,

Mirsky, Samuel- Pages: 1,

Mitchell, Marian- Pages: 5, 6, 7, 11,   

Mizrahi, Alberto (Cantor/Hazzan) - Pages: 36,

Mulcahy, M.W. - Pages: 74,  

Muntzel, Patty- Pages: 53,

Mutathia, Mathew R. - Pages: 53,

Myler, Kathleen- Pages: 51,

N

National Council of Jewish Women- Pages: 61,

National Women’s League for Conservative Judaism- Pages: 13,

National Yiddish Book Center- (See Yiddish)

Nazis- (See Holocaust)

New Bedford Jewish Community Early Childhood Center- Pages:  

Nochimow, Eliezer (Dr.)- Pages: 2, 7, 18, 20, 54,   

Novick, Abe- Pages: 59,

Novick family- Pages: 28, 41, 59,   

Nudel, Ida- Pages: 59,

O

O’Gorman, Sean P. - Pages: 65,

Oliver, Marie- Pages: 43,

Orlovitz, Lynda Schall- Pages: 53,

Ostroff, Anna- Pages: 82,

P

Pacheco, Richard- Pages: 75, 81,  

Palestine region- (See Israel)

Pawlak-Seaman, Susan- Pages: 21, 41, 43, 57, 58, 67, 69,  

Passover- Pages: 2, 9, 13, 37, 68, 78,

Perler, Bruce A. (Dr.) - Pages: 44, 

Pesach- (See: Passover)

Picard, Heidi B. - Pages: 57, 80,

Picard, Michael H. (Dr.) - Pages: 30,

Pluralism (Jewish) - Pages:

Portuguese Jews- Pages: 67, 68, 72, 74, 75, 78,    

Purim- Pages: 13,  

Q

R

Reed, Elizabeth Allison- Pages: 53,

Reeves, Tracy A. - Pages: 26, 28, 

Refusenik- Pages: 59,  

Robins, Gayle R. - Pages: 47, 65,

Rodrigues, Elmer- Pages: 1, 16, 24, 30, 37, 51, 58,  

Rose, William Matthew- Pages: 53,

Rosenfeld, Samuel M. - Pages: 69,

Rosenfield, Stacy J. - Pages: 62,  

Rosh Hashana- Pages: 12, 83, (Also see: High Holy Days)

Roth, Fred- Pages: 43,

Roth, Susan Leslie- Pages: 53,

Rothman-Oneto, Bette L. - Pages: 40,

Ruben, Andrew- Pages: 27,

Rubin, Barbara- Pages: 63,

Rubin, Judith Wendy- Pages: 75,

Rubin, Rebecca Ellen- Pages: 31,

Rubin, Sarah- Pages: 74,

Rusitzky family- Pages: 25,

Russell, Amy J. - Pages: 65,

Russell, Mary E. (Dr.) - Pages: 30,

S

Sachs, Annie- Pages: 76,

Sadat, Anwar- Pages: 58,

Salon, Shephard L. - Pages: 19,

Saltzman, Kathy-Anne - Pages: 80, 

Saltzman, William (Willie/Watchdog) - Pages: 33, 48, 49, 60, 61,  

Salvatore, Aimee- Pages: 43,

Schafler, Samuel (Dr.) - Pages: 66,

Schwartz, Daniel- Pages: 82,   

Schwartz, George- Pages: 62,

Schwartz, Jane T. (Dr.) - Pages: 73,

Schwartz, Jessica- Pages: 79,

Schwartz, Mary- Pages: 1, 39, 52,

SCORE- Pages: 72,

Seaman, Hank- Pages: 9, 13,  

Seaman’s Bethel- Pages: 73,

Secatore, Megan- Pages: 46,

Segall, Joseph I. - Pages: 39,   

Separdic related- Pages: 77,

Shavout- Pages: 2,

Shaw, Dvorah Karen- Pages: 75,

Sheckler, Jackie- Pages: 22,

Shmini Atzereth- Pages: 50,  

Siegal, Calvin- Pages: 57,

Siegal, Edward G. - Pages: 28,

Siegal, Ilene Faith- Pages: 32,

Siegel, Joseph (Dr.) - Pages: 21,  

Simchat Torah- Pages: 13, 14, 46, 50, 59,   

Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel Synagogue- Page: 7,

SMU (Southeastern Massachusetts University) - Pages: 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 14, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 36, 37, 41, 44, 45, 46, 54, 57, 58, 59, 67, 68, 74, 75, 77, 78,           (See University of Massachusetts Dartmouth for 1991 onward)

Snyder, Norman- Pages: 65,

Solomon, Randy Jay- Pages: 53,

Soviet Union- Pages: 8, 13, 16, 21, 22, 23, 33, 59, 63, 64, 66,     

Soviet Jewry of Greater New Bedford- (See Soviet Union)

Standard-Times Cookbook & Recipe Contest- Pages: 63,

Stewardson, Jack- Pages: 12, 33,

Sukkot- Pages: 46, 50,

Sunaram, Viji- Pages: 9,

Sussman, Daniel Lloyd- Pages: 65,  

 

T

Tabachnik, Jacob- Pages: 41,

Thomas, Rachel G. - Pages: 63,

Tifereth Israel Synagogue- Pages: 7, 12, 13, 14, 18, 22, 23, 37, 38, 39, 41, 45, 46, 50, 54, 56, 59, 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 73, 77, 78, 81,     

Tufeld family- Pages: 66,       

U

UMASS A. (University of Massachusetts Amherst- Pages:

UMASS B. (University of Massachusetts Boston- Pages:

UMASS D. (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth) - Pages: (See SMU for years prior to 1991)

UMASS Medical School in Worchester- 40,

V

Valeri, Mike- Pages: 2,

Veterans- Pages: 51, 54, 79,  

Viera, Barbara- Pages: 74,

Viera, Michael- Pages: 71,

Voorhis, Dan- Pages:

Vosburgh, Mark- Pages: 14, 19, 31, 34, 35, 51, 57,   

W

Wainer family- Pages: 37, 51,

Wainer, Henry B. - Pages: 59,

Wainer, Phillip L.- Pages: 53,

Walder, Margie- Pages: 80,

Walsh, Jim- Pages: 1,

Waxler, David H.- Pages: 53,

Waxler, Robert (Dr.)- Pages: 3, 15, 23, 58, 59,    

White, Natalie- Pages: 66,

Wiesel, Elie- Pages: 47, 50, 54,

Wilson, Cynthia- Pages: 54, 55,   

Winterhalter, Eileen V.- Pages: 53,

Wollison, Gladys- Pages: 82,   

X

Y

Yiddish- Pages: 7, 17, 22, 33, 43, 62, 77, 79, 80,        (Also see: Aaron Lansky)

Yoken, Cynthia- Pages: 68, 78,

Yoken, Mel- Pages: 68, 78,

Yom Kippur- Pages: 12, 73, (Also see: High Holy Days)

Z

Zable, Rona S. - Pages: 71, 79,

Zarafonitis, Bess- Pages: 14, 48, 61,   

Zeiterion Theater- Pages: 59,

Zeitz, Cheryle Ann- Pages: 65,

Zeman, Donald- Pages: 54,

Zionism- Pages: 63,

Ziskind, Jonathan R. (Dr.) - Pages: 37, 45,