Item 192_Sandak_Lewin_095 - Sandak-Lewin, Untitled 47

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Sandak-Lewin, Untitled 47

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An article titled "S Africans at Reform convention in Paris". It was published in The SA Jewish Times, on Friday the 25th August in 1995. Photographed from left to right are Rabbi Avraham Soetendorp, Netherlands; Simon Jocum, chairman of South Africa Union of Progressive Judaism; Reeva Forman, chairman of Temple Israel, Hillbrow; Pola Jocum; Austin Beutel, newly elected president of the World Union for Progressive Judaism; Helga Sandak-Lewin, vice president of the SA Union of Temple Sisterhoods; Harold Sandak-Lewin vice-president of the World Union for Progressive Judaism.

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Donated by Harold and Helga Sandak-Lewin


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Unless otherwise stated the copyright of all material on the Jewish Digital Archive Project resides with the South African Jewish Museum.

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