Daddy’s Store 27 1/2 Essex 1976
A clip of Daddy in the movie Crossing Delancey Street. If your not careful you can miss him. Look over her shoulder when she goes to thank him for the hat.
Mazel Tov to Shani & Zalman Schapiro on the naming of their new baby Yehuda Leib.
Some pictures from Daddy’s return to Hamburg in 2006
The Sulitzer Rebbe – Rabbi Rubin from Far Rockaway passed away this Tuesday night. The following is an article from www.vosizneias.com about him. In the article it mentions a story about a Lubavitcher that came one Friday night to daven and a Continue reading The Siddur – Daddy – Rabbi Rubin – And The Money That Saved The Shul
Mazel Tov to Yossi & Chani Bistrizky in Lehavim, Israel on the birth of twins. The boy was named this morning Yehuda Leib after Daddy HK”M and the girl was named Genesha after Chani’s grandmother. Simchas!!!!
Rabbi Yehudah Leib Bistritzky, Provider of Physical and Spiritual Sustenance By Eli Rubin | June 12, 2013 12:34 PM Rabbi Yehudah Leib (“Reb Leibel”) Bistritzky with the Rebbe.
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Rabbi Yehuda Leib Bistritzky a”h had a special relationship with both the Rebbe Rayatz and the Rebbe and Rebbetzin.
Rabbi Bistritzky relates, “At every farbrengen that my son Levi attended until the age of bar mitzvah, the Rebbe would invite him onto the platform. He would gesture to him and then give him some food. Once Levi didn’t go Continue reading The Rebbe & High Fever
A Slice of Life Editor’s note: In the New York metro area, the response time it takes for emergency medical personnel to arrive after “911” is dialed has cost many lives. The volunteer ambulance corps, Hatzolah, which means “help,” was Continue reading An Article About Hatzalah In L’chaim News Letter By Heshey Jacobs
This letter was addressed to R. Yehudah Leib Bistritzky I Will Write It In Their Hearts – Volume 3 A Treasury of Letters from the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson Selections from Igros Kodesh Explanations regarding the differences between the Continue reading In Honor Of 3 Tammuz – A Letter From The Rebbe To Daddy – Translated To English
Daddy knew of a Bistritzky relative by the name of Jacob Jan (J.J.) Bistritzky that lived in Tel Aviv and had tracked him down and had spoken to him many years ago but was never able to meet him.