- 10. Yom Kippur (5697). Bohor Peretz Rah'amim Calderón. (26 Sept 1936ce)
- 10. Yom Kippur. In 1943ce, the remaining Jewish population of Monastir/Bitola, together with all those remaining in the entirety of Bulgarian occupied Macedonia were arrested, put onto trains, "inventoried" (mostly during a stop in Skopje), and deported to Treblinka. As far as is known, a few of the deported may have escaped from the trains en route, and some undoubtedly did not survive the journey itself, but all those who arrived in Treblinka were destroyed very shortly after arrival. We do not know their exact años. Family members are encouraged to follow the world-wide practice of memorializing them--together with all others similarly destroyed--at Yom Kippur.
- 11. (5760) *Julian J. "Jules" Aresty (Sep 21 1999ce) B. 1907ce, Monastir; d. Princeton NJ.