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Lewiston Jewish Community Center formal dinner

circa 1965 -

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Links to People:
     all to be identified   ;
Links to People:
     Leonard   Nemeth  left
Links to People:
     Leonard   Nemeth  left
Links to People:
     Leonard   Nemeth  left Trudy   Nemeth  second from left; Trudy   Nemeth [LastNmNotKnown]  second from left; Trudy   Nemeth [LastNmNotKnown]  second from leftManya   Werner  third from leftArthur   Werner  third from right;    Wilner Malca   second from rightMalca   Wilner  second from rightRichard   Wilner  Richard   Wilner  right;

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Ellen Winner on :
Far left: Richard Wilner; next to him, Malca Wilner
Jessica Lantos on :
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l-r: Leonard Nemith, Trudy Nemith, Manya Werner, Arthur Werner, Malca Wilner, Richard Wilner.
Jessica Lantos on :
Also, location is Jewish Community Center Lewiston
Jessica Lantos on :
Guess on date 1960s
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