Works by Yari Levine
in NFTS Art Calendar
Striking reproductions in color
of paintings on Jewish themes by
the widely acclaimed American ar-
tist Yari Levine illustrate the art
by the National
hoods for the
year 5726 which
will begin at sun-
down on Sept. 26.
Among the il-
lustrations is the
"Exodus", an out-
of Mrs. Levine's
work in the per-
manent c o 11 e c-
tion of the West-
Temple, Scar s-
dale, N.Y. H e r
paintings are also Mrs. Levine
in the permanent collection of the
House of Living Judaism of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations in New York as well as
in many private collections
throughout the country.
Yari Levine was born in Russia
of a learned rabbinical family
and emigrated to America with
her family in 1927. After graduat-
ing in fine arts from Pratt Insti-
tute, Brooklyn, she studied under
Prominent artists in various Art
Schools and is a member of the
National Association of Women
Artists. With her husband and two
sons, Mrs. Levine lives on Long
Island where she has her studio
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Members and friends of Cong.
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evening of cantorial and Israeli
music in honor of Rev. Israel
.Fuchs, who will
leave soon for a
visit to Israel.
pating will be
Klein of Bnai
Bagley of Beth
Frankel of Shaa-
rey Zedek, Har-
Fuchs old Orbach of
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Refreshments will be served. Ad-
At the 115th annual meeting of
Temple Beth El Sunday, Sidney J.
Karbel was re-elected president.
Other officers elected were Mar-
tin L. Butzel and Stanley J.
Winkelman, vice presidents; and
Aubrey H. Ettenheimer, treasurer.
Elected to the board of trustees
were Herbert A. Aronsson, Irving
Goldberg, Charles S. Himelhoch,
Mrs. John C. Hopp, David P. Katz,
Mrs..Marshall M. Miller, Lester J.
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Nathan B. Carroll, Wilbur DeYoung,
William H. Frank, Harvey H. Gold-
man, Emanuel J. Harris, Archie Kat-
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elude Mrs. Samuel S. Willis, president
of the sisterhood; Bernard R. Isen-
berg, president of the men's club; and
Dr. Sheldon D. Stern, president of the
New officers of Cong. Beth
Abraham installed at recent serv•
ices were Dr. Robert Schlaff,
president; Henry Thumin, vice
president and chairman of the
board of trustees:
Sam Kaufer, vice
Adler and Ed-
ward Rice, secre-
The new presi-.
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Abraham is a
member of the 74-year-old
Beth Abraham congregation, and
he has served as a president of its
Men's Club and as chairman of the
congregation's board of trustees.
Thumin is the son of the congre-
gation's late rabbi, Joseph Thu-
min, who served as spiritual leader
of Beth Abraham for 50 years
prior to his death in 1963.
Kaufer has served on the execu-
tive board as recording secretary
and as ch.airman of special proj-
ects of the congregation. He has
held the office of Galician Society
president 10 years.
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