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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - June 7, 1917, Cincinnati, OhioCorrespondence rfcs of was Dumdi so i new York happenings. Abram i Etta. Amoc Trador to str Kcjr and Bis family Are expected to arrive at Tbs for bom in this City next week. Or a skua Baa recovered from is attack of snorted fever. He tras treated with the greatest Eoo federa tic before Bis departure from Coo Start Inopia. Officials of the govera meat bade him Farewell at the Statham. And an escort was seat with him to Tho Frontier. All the charitable institutions of Brooklyn hitherto contacted by orthodox jews Bare joined the Brooklyn federation of jewish charities. A Concession made or the Reform members of the federation waa that the orthodox dietary Laws should be of served a All the Korp Tab and Fasti Tsiou. J. Adolph i eater Kielmer who died last bequeathed 125# each to mount Sinai Hospital. Montefore Home. Hebrew sheltering gear fan society German Hospital. Hebrew technical school for girls and hebrew technical school for boy Samuel untermyer. The distinguished lawyer has subscribed to $2mo. M Liberty Bonds. Benny Leonard the new Light weight Champion of the world is a native of ibis City whose real name is Benjamin Leiner. He is barely Twenty one years of age. He will enlist and defend Bis title after the War is Over. Five Hundred jewish men women and children refugee from Poland mostly were received at the quarters of the hebrew be Iteria and immigrant Aid society Hay 21 so Many relatives bad gathered outside the building to Greet them that the police reserves bad to be called out to keep the Street open. They bad been travelling since Early in january. The Aid society has guaranteed that they shall not become a Public charge four Hundred jews who came on the same boat have been detained on Ellis Island because they could not pass the literacy test. A Board of special inquiry will pass on their cases. Nearly All of the men in the party Are above military age. Nearly 150 Young men received dines who is chairman of the lab should not preside As the impression might get out that the meeting was for pacifist purposes. A Stock company composed of we known players among whom Are c. D. Clarke comedian Donald Macdonald. Grace Carlyle and Lucille la Vergne will take Possession of her Tig a Seaman 2mb Street theater june 5, where they will each week present some play recently offered on Broadway. The opening Bill will be a Davis so a Hole a Minme Kendall Quot a the first typical summer entertainment will have its premiere at the cedi an a Harris theater june 7. It is a review called Quot Hii by Koo a and among those who will contribute to its fun Are Raymond Hitchcock a Host in bin self we. Rock and Frances White the dancers Grace la Roe Singer and a score of others noted for some motion picture featured at the Rialto the week of june 3 will be a the jaguars claws a in which the Clever japanese player Samue Hayakawa will have the leading role. In addition to an Oon soapy Fine musical program pictures of Domestic and Industrial life in Japan will be shown. Visiting mrs. A Afraah parents or. And mrs. M. C. Morton. Miss Flora Wolfson of Chicago is vhf Tiff her parents or. And mrs. Rudolph Worsaa a or. Hamid c. In Tig left Friday to represent the Alpha Ita Sigma at the University of Missouri convention of the associate advertising clubs of the world which meets june 2 to 7 in St. Louis. Ira. Geo. P. Riehel George have returned York and East Orange. N. I Sarah harder and family Are at Home Kansas City. To. Or. Harry h Mayer of Temple by Nai Jeb Ndah confirmed a class of six girls and seventeen boys on sunday morning May 27. The inclement weather Only seemed to make the services More impressive. Each member of the class did Bis port Well and parents. Teachers and or. Mayer were very proud of their Success sunday afternoon and evening receptions were held in the different Homes in Honor of the confirm ants. Sixty two representatives of thirty four local organisations nominated or. A. S. Lehman and Meyer Goldberg As candidate for election june 10. To the american jewish Congress which will meet sept. 2 in Washington. The members at Large of the organisation will elect one of the two nominees. Governor Gardner Jefferson City. May 21, appointed rabbi Louis Bernstein of St. Joseph a member of the state Board of Charlie and Corree Plomas in the various Couney offered a Tion. To serve for a term of four by the preparatory school of the Young menus hebrew association at the closing exercises held june 2. Address were made by Borough president Marcus m. Marks or. 8# Moel scat Man and rabbi a. G. Robi on. A reception will be tendered it Carnegie Hall june t to the Rev. Hursch Maslyansky noted As an eloquent yiddish orator to commemorate Bis sixtieth birthday and Bis Fortieth year As a pubic speaker. The committee having the affair in charge is beaded by Leon Sanders and includes Nathan Straus. Jacob h. Schiff. Or. J. L Mages judge Otto Rosalsky Joseph Barondess and judge s. Green Boum. Congregation Jesuit Israel of Newport r. I. Founded by Judah Touro 154 year ago presenter or. And mrs. Jacob h. Schiff with a Silver Loving cup on May 2�, in appreciation of their philanthropic work. The jewish maternity Hospital on East Broadway is soon to be enlarged As property in the rear of the institution has been Acon ired. Which will be altered for Hospital purposes. A jewish patriotic rally was held at the educational Alliance june 2 among the speakers was Louis mar shall one of the leading Constitution al lawyer in the United states who said that any one advising a Young Man not to Register on june 6 is Gull to of treason and May he punished by death. Oscars Straus another speaker predicted that the East Side would be found the most patriotic Section of the City and that in proportion to their numbers there would be More jews serving in the army than any other part of the population. Speeches were Mode by professor Boris Shatsky Justice Samuel Greenbaum. Joseph Barondess. Or. Henry mos Kowitz Lee Kohns and Rev. Flrsch Masliansky. At the Sabbath services of Temple Bethel on june 2, or. Samuel Schul Man rabbi of the congregation preached an eloquently patriotic Sermon in which he urged Bis hearers to buy Liberty Bonds and to Register for selective draft. The baccalaureate Sermon of the jewish theological Seminary was delivered at that institution june 2 by or. Jacob s. Minkin of Hamilton Ontario. He paid a tribute to the late or. Solomon Schechter and made an Appeal for the spread of jewish learning. Godfrey Goldmark Secretary to Public service commissioner Oscar 8 Straus has been appointed assistant counsel to the commission at a yearly salary of $4,800. Or. Goldmark who is thirty five veers of age is a Grad uate of Cornell University and is coauthor of a Book on non Stock corporations. On june 6. 7 and 9. Mass meetings will be held at various centers throughout the City under the auspices of the women a organizations for the american jewish Congress to arouse the interest of the jewish women in the movement to obtain equal civic political and religious rights for jews throughout the world. It is desired that there he a Large representation of women at the confess to be held in Washington sept. 2. Among those who will speak at these meetings Are Mary Antin Henrietta Zoid. Mrs. Nathan Straus mrs. Joseph Pels mrs. Rebecca Kobuk mrs. Richard Gott hell Henry Morgenthau or Joseph Sslverman judge Jacob Strahl Adolph Lewison Louis Lipsky. Marcus m. Marks and professor j Silkowitz. Or. Cyrus Adler presided at the graduation exercises of the jewish theological Seminary held june 3 in Acopan Hall. Six Young men received the degree of rabbi. While Twenty three Yonne men and women received diplomas from the teachers Institute. The degree of doctor of hebrew literature was conferred upon Rabis Reuben Kaufman. Jacob Kohn Joseph h. Margolies and Samuel mar Goshen. Addresses were made by or. Adler and Lou Marshall. Both dwelt on the Opportunity the present offers the Tew and pleaded for the spiritual nation of the jewish people. A cml use of fhe pacifist views entertained by or. J. L. Magnes he was not asked to attend a meeting held june 2 at Temple Ashe Chesed for the Nur nose of arousing an interest in the Keh Illah among the jews of Harlem. Or Jacob Kohn. Rabbi of the Temple. Thought it Best that or. Mag miss Mildred d Saxe has returned from Law Renee where she has been attending Kansas is Fanny Fred Man of St Paul who has been visiting her sister. Mrs. David al Epstein left saturday for . And mrs. J o Isaacs Are at Home �,23 West Lexington Street a Independence. Or. And mrs. H. Sotsky announce the marriage of their daughter. May me to or Sam. L Siegel of Davenport. La., monday May 2.�?mrs. L l Goldberg of St. Louis who has been visiting friends in the City has re thru de to it Home. Years. Among the prize winners of the school children who wrote the Best essay on a safety first a were Bernard Shapiro. Sadie Wolansky j. Bischofs Heimer. Dorothy Jacobson and Lillian Poisner. Each child received a Cash prize of ten dollars. George Goldman and Jack Klein bad two of the important parts in the cast of the elks club musical production a the passing show of 191� 17,�?� Given at the grand opera House Jane 1-2. Miss Bessie Wolf formerly of Kan City now living in Chicago is the guest of miss Bessie c. Saper. Or. And mrs. Nathan Slavick and daughter Minnie left june 1 for a per manent residence in los Angeles. Or. And mrs. John Baum entertained with a party Friday night for their son John Baum jr., and the members of Bis graduating class at the Benton school a in. Lee Hohman left thursday night for Baltimore to attend the commencement exercises of the Johns Hopkins medical school where her son Leslie . Minnie Stie Fel and son Frankel of Salina kan., Are guests of or. And mrs. D. . And mrs. Sidney Loeb announce the birth. May 13, of a son whom they have named Sidney. Or. And mrs. We. Joffee of Leeds Summit formerly of Kansas City announce the birth tuesday May 15, of a daughter whom they have named Lillian . Jacob Goldberg has returned from a two weeks visit with her daughter mrs. A l Weinstein and or. Weinstein of Omaha miss Yelda Lowenstein left thursday for new York to attend the wed Ding of her . A. Hirsch of new York City is the guest of or. And mrs. B. Deutsch. Mrs. Hirsch was formerly miss Blanche Cahn of this . And mrs. M. J. Bin Kowitz entertained informally sunday in Honor of the engagement of their daughter Elba to or. Morris sugar water. The formal opening of the Oak Wood country and Golf club was held sunday. The first event was a Flag raising followed by a Flag tournament for men and a driving contest. The women played a miniature 9-Bole tournament and fifty children danced around a May pole a dinner and dance followed the May festivities. Or. Speak Secretary of the jewish consumptive Relief 8ociety of Denver delivered a lecture at the jewish educational Institute monday night in which he emphasized the great necessity of an organization in Kansas City to take care of the needy jews afflicted with tuberculosis. The marriage of miss Helen Preston Griff daughter of mrs. Theodore w. Griff to or. Bert Lyon took place monday. May 28, at 7 30 of clock at hotel Baltimore. The ceremony was performed by or. H. H. Mayer in the doric room. Only the two families were present. A Buffet supper for a few of their Young friends followed at 8 of clock. Or. And mrs. Lyon Are in Colorado and will be at Home after july 1 at hotel Baltimore. Or. And mrs. Alfred Hart announce the engagement of their daughter Carrye Henrietta to or. Abraham Strauss Hart of Chicago. Or. And mrs. Meyer Shane announce the engagement of their daughter. Ruth to or. Wallace b. Rodecker of fort Scott Kas. Or. And mrs. Shane will receive 8 to 11 o clock sunday evening june 7, for their daughter and or. Rodecker. Mrs. Jacob Hebe accompanied by her ton or. Harry r. Schroedr left for Chicago monday to attend the wedding of her Cousin miss Helen Ehrman of Oak Park 111.�?mr. And mrs. Isaac Reicher Are entertaining their Niece miss Essie Silverson of Roche Ter n. Y. Or. An mrs. Hyman Marks announce the engagement of their daughter Eva Fay to or. Harry a Shepiro of Topeka. Or. And mrs. R. Katz of the Kansas Side announce the marriage of the a daughter Dorothy to or. Julius c. Shapiro tuesday. May 22. Mrs. Ernestine b. Dreyfu. Executive dec retard of the National Council of jewish Worsen left Friday for Pittsburg. Pa., to attend the conference of charities and or. And mrs. Percy s Lorie have As their guests mrs. Philip Beekman and miss Edith Beekman of Natchez . Herbert Makan and daughter Melba Lee of Joplin Are Louisville notes. Eight new directors of the y. M. H a. Were elected at the annual meeting of the association held last week. The new directors Are Lee s. Bernheim Ben Schul Man. Or. F. Fleischaker or. 8. C. Frankel Arnold h be Jar i Hoenig Barnett Linker and Tony Levitan. The annual reports of Philip d. Bookstaber. Supt and Max Isaac physical director and Louis Cohen director which were presented preceding the election showed that the association has had an unusually prosperous year. The children of the Adath Israel religions schools will conduct the Flower service which will Mark the closing of the school for the year on sunday june 10, at 11 o clock in the Temple. The following program has been arranged hymn Tome Forth and eking your opening prayer. Raymond Baer. Hymn 46. Children of the school. Psalm 6�,, Fanny Rabinovitch. Sender Alvin Marcus. A fall things fair and Beautiful a Sadie Floral offering Claire Bensinger Lillie Brener Jean Newberger Jas. L lob red. Nellie May Straus Evelyn Bensinger Augustus Straus Gertrude Eichenholz Alvyne Greenbaum Esther Bronstein Henrietta Zeilner Louis Foley. Perez Goldman Sarah mass. Hymn 131, children of the school. Use of Flowers Jennie Robinovitch. Psalm 23, kindergarten class. Hymn 170. Ser Monette Elsa Fleischaker. Hymn 113. Closing prayer James Drautman. The ladies auxiliary of Temple by Rith Sholom have formed a red Cross Sesing unit which will bold weekly meetings on wednesday in the vestry room of the Temple. The annual commencement exercises of the jewish Hospital training school for it urses was held on May 31 in the y. M. H. A. Auditorium. The principal address was made by or. J. A. Flexner who spoke on a the work and history of the red or. Frank Fleischaker Dean of the staff gave the nurses pledge and Samuel Haas president of the Hospital delivered diplomas to the seven graduates. And also made a Short address. A reception and dance followed the exercises which were attended by a Large audience. Miss Annie Bierman. One of the Best known jewish women in Louisville and who because of her Beautiful contralto voice was known As Quot the Sweet Singer of Israel a died on May 31, at the Home of her sister mrs. Benjamin Straus after an illness of three years. Miss Bierman was sixty one years old and had been a sufferer from heart disease. She was a native of Louisville and a daughter of the late Isaac and Sophie Bierman. During her career As a Singer she had Sung in the choirs of several local churches and the Temple Adath Israel and had been frequently heard in concerts. She wag a member of the Connell of jewish women Adath but al sisterhood federation of jewish charities and the musical study club. She is survived by three Sisters mrs. Straus mrs. Augustus Crone and miss Barbara Bierman and four nieces and a Nephew. The funeral was conducted on june 1 at ? 30 of clock from the residence of or. And mrs. Strans. Rev. Or. Joseph Rauch conducted the services and the interment was in Adath Israel cemetery. A brother of lbs Bierman Samuel Bierman of St. Louis formerly of this City died at his Home on May 22. He was in his Seventieth year and was Well known in Louisville where he had made his Home for a number of years. He be survived by his wife two daughters and a son. And three Sisters. The funeral services took place on May 24 in St. Louis. Mrs. B. Hoenig. Aged seventy one died on May 31 at her apartment in the Leeds of infirmities of age. Mrs. Hoenig was a native of Vienna and had made her Home in Louisville for thirty years. She is survived by her husband. Adolph Hoenig and two sons Nat Hoenig of Louville and 8. H. Hoenig of Cincinnati. A number of relatives were Here from Cincinnati to attend the funeral which was held on june 1. Rabbi Ign. Mueller conducted the services and the interment was in b Rith Sholom cemetery. Or. Salo Stein who left Louisville last week with his family for the East occupied the pulpit of rabbi Mueller at by Rith Sholom Temple at the regular Friday evening services on june 1. Miss Ruth Slaughter will be among the graduates at the Normal training school commencement on june 8.�?>louis Brownstein who left last week for Chicago where he will make his Home was Given a Farewell banquet on May 30 by the Sedalis social club cd the y. M. H. A. Or. Brownstein has been Active in y. M. H. A. . And mrs. Simon Lazarus have announced the engage ment of their daughter. Miss Leah Lazarus to a or. A. James Schanfarber. Of Columbus . Joseph Row Eflem of Memphis has been visiting her Mother mrs. Philip Lieber a miss Marguerite Hays of new York will be guest of Honor at dance Given at the Tyler on june 11, by her aunt mrs. Samuel Lazarus. The wedding of mias Beatrice m. Mayon and or. Harry m. Frankel was brilliantly solemnized on june 2, at hotel Henry Watterson. After a wedding trip to French lick Springs they will be at Home at their apartment in the Besten. Miss Bertye Bernheimer entertained in Honor of miss Florence Cohn of Cairo 111.�?mrs. Dolph Wile and children of Lexington have been visiting her parents or. And mrs. Joseph Beatrice Krakaur will leave july 1, to spend the summer in new Evelyn Schanfarber of Columbus o., has returned Home after a visit to mias Leah Lazarus having come to attend the announcement of miss Lazarus engagement to or. A. James . B Katz of Chicago has been visiting or. And Quot mrs. H. Feiler. Mrs. M Levy and mrs. Fred Levy Are spending ten Days at French lick . I. Collat of Savannah has returned Home after a visit to or. And mrs. Louis s. . Arthur Komg. A student at the hebrew Union College will return june 13 to spend the summer with his parents or. And mrs. B. F. . 4 Laub has gone to Mobile where she is visiting her Sisters mrs. B. H. Eschold and mrs. Milton mrs. David Hirsch has been visiting relatives in . Bernard Schweizer and daughter Polly Ann have gone to Nashville to visit her parents or. And mrs. S. Cline. Miss Bernice Frank of Nashville has returned Home after a visit to her sister mrs. Harry . Arthur Grabfelder has returned from Chicago where he took part in the University of Chicago track meet and was awarded a Silver cup having come fifth in the 100-Yard . J. J. Blum has returned from a trip to . E. S. Heyman of Chicago has been the guest of mrs. A Herbert . And mrs. Edward Epstein and son Edward will leave july 1 to spend a month of Green Lake wis. Or. And mrs. Clinton Straus of Bedford ind., whose marriage took place in Chicago on May 27, have been visiting his Mother mrs. Sophie . And mrs. Arnold Levy have returned from Julia Felsenthal will leave this month to spend several weeks visiting in Brownsville and Memphis mrs. Leslie Bare of Tucson ariz., will arrive june 10 to visit her sister mrs. Lieeel . And mrs. Morris Kahn of new York have been visiting or. And mrs. Alex Lieber. Or. Joseph Wineman and or. And mrs. Edward Kahn of Indianapolis spent several Days in Louisville last week on their Way to Bardstown where they visited or. And mrs. J. Heymans or. M. L Elb. Of Hopkinsville attended the Mcavon Frankel wedding.�?mi�? Eleanor Simons will leave july 1 to spend the summer at Camp Mic Igama . And mrs. B. F. Kling will go out to their Cabin on the River Road the Middle of june. Mrs. H. Newberger of Wabash. Ind., has been visiting or. And mrs. Kline. A or. And mrs. Lewis s. Streng and son. John have returned from a visit in Lexington. The wedding of miss Carrie Levi and or. Samuel Hirsh Berg of Mckeesport. Pa., took place on Jun 4. At the hotel Henry Watterson rabbi Ign. Mueller officiating. Among the out of town guests who attended the wedding were the following or. And mrs. J. Heymar of Bardstown mrs. Alex Myers Moses Gertrude and Hannah Myers of Indianapolis or. And in. Lawrence Jacobs miss Estelle Jacobs or. And mrs. A. Jacobs. Or. And or. William Abraham or. Sidney Abraham of Cincinnati. Me sri. Roy Sorrels of Jacksonville. 111. Or. And mrs. Leo Hirsh Byersr or. Frank Kaplan or. Rudolph Hirshberg. Or. Jack Rainforth or. I. Aronwitz of Mckee a Ort pa., miss a Pauline Hir a Berg of St. Louis. Miss Flora Rothchild. Who was called to Louisville by the death of her father or. Aaron Rothchild. Has returned to her Home in Newark n. J. A mrs. Fred Henle returned to new York. Th8 week after a visit to her father or. Henry Flexner and cromos Quot led her Home where he will attend the wedding of his grandson or. James Henle and miss Marjorie Jacobson on june 11.�?mr. Joe e. Moses has returned from Memphis where he attended the funeral of his Cousin or. Edwin . Sigmund Kling and son have returned from a visit in Indianapolis. Miss Ruth Mueller a daughter of rabbi i. Mueler and mrs. Mueller and miss Marjorie Bronner will be among the graduates of the class of 1917 of the girls High school. Other members of the class Are misses Florence Rutman Alice Wolfsohn Rebecca Keppel Irma Wolf Hazel Simons and Mildred Feiler. St. Louis events. The nuptials of miss Margaret Stern and or. Adolph Lehman of new York City took place tuesday at the columbian club. Rabbi Leon Harrison performed the ceremony. Mrs. Kurt Lehman of new York was Matron of Honor and Ruth Rothschild was Flower girl. Upon their return from their honeymoon the Young couple will reside in new York City. Miss Bessie Goldman and or Charles Barnett of Cleveland were oni etly married on sunday by rabbi Harrison the Uncle of the Bride. They will make their Home in Cleveland. The faculty of Temple Israel religious school entertained with a picnic supper last week in Honor of miss Bessie Goldman who was married on sunday to or. Charles Barnett of Cleveland. Max Abelson at the age of 48 years a it aged into eternal rest on saturday Mav 26. He leaves a wife and five children. The funeral was held from the family residence 4328 Easton Avenue. Or. And mrs. Joseph Young and mrs. Walter Ehrman Are Here from new York on account of the demise of their dear Mother mrs. Jeanette Sieber. The St. Loui Branch of the National Council of jewish women held its first meeting monday afternoon at the share Emeth Temple. Mrs. Major j. Lowenstein is the president. Or. William Frank and miss Lillian Oppenheimer of san Antonio tex., were married tuesday at san Antonio. Max Reinberg aged 44 year passed into eternal rest on tuesday. May 29. He is the beloved husband of Hannah Reinberg Nee jacks and dear father of Sophie Reinberg. The burial was in it. Sinai cemetery on thursday Mav 31. With sorrow is Learned of the death of mrs. Jeanette Sieber. Beloved wife of Samuel t. Sicher and dear Mother of Gertrude Ehrman and mrs. Mara Young. The funeral was held monday. May 28, from Rindskopf a Chapel to it. Sinai cemetery. Rabbi Harrison officiating. The nominating convention of the american jewish Congress committee met tuesday week at Harburger Hall with or. Bernard b. Greensfelder in the chair. Or. Samuel Thurman opened with a prayer. Seventy nine organizations were represented. Mrs. Samuel Rose and her daughter miss Ella Rose of Stigler. Ok., Are expected Here shortly to visit with or. And mrs. I. Apple of the har ton . Gustave lip mar As departed for Atlantic City to at d a . Ira Simon re turned from a Southern pleas tour. The closing exercises of a religious school of the United he new congregation took place sunday morning. 9 30 . And mrs. Kurt Lehman and or. And or. Adolph Lehman of new York City were Amone the out of town guests at the Lehman Stern Josephine Marks graduates this year from the sold a High school. The Dost graduates of Temple Israel oriented original play entitled Quot fish out of by mrs. Elwood Ulman in the Assembly room last saturday . And mrs. Milton Beatus were at Home sunday eve Ning in Honor of the engagement of their Niece. Miss Helen Jane Landau of new York to or. Charles j. Francis jr., of St. Louis. Or and mrs. Aaron Fuller will receive their friends at their Home on Friday evening. June 8, in Honor of the graduation of their daughter co Rinn Efrom the Mary friends of or. J. Bierman of Chicago formerly of St. Louis were grieved to learn of his demise after a lingering . Albert Arnstein iras called to new York on account of the indisposition of his Mother. Or. Irwin Steiner is Here from new York passing ten Days with his Fiancee. Miss Virginia Marjorie Lowenbaum daughter of or. And mrs. Ralph Lowenbaum will be among the graduates at Wellesley . Julia Frankenthal has gone to los Angeles to be present at the nuptials of her granddaughter miss Lucille Levy and or. Wente. Or. Maurice Frankenthal after paying a visit to his Fiancee miss Irma Steinhardt of new York is Home . And mrs. Isaac Cohn Are in san Antonio tex., attending the marriage of their sister miss Lillian Oppenheimer to or. William Frank of our . And mrs. Simon Levis Are sojourning at Excelsior Springs to be away about ten Days. Mrs. Y. T. Scheiner entertained at her Home for miss Sadie Crystal who leaves shortly for California to reside ther . And mrs. Samuel Rose of Stigler ok., have announced the engagement of their daughter miss Ella Rose to or. Lewis t. Apple of our . M. G. Wiener is in new York stopping at the Knickerbocker . Louis Olian is attending business interests in new Fork City. The congregation Beth or of Raleigh n. C. Is desirous of obtaining the services of a rabbi to conduct its services in a moderate Reform a Fantom or in accordance with the hebrew Union ritual. Address stating age salary expected and present or former engagement. I. Rosenthal Secretary. Miscellaneous for room modern with Bath in private family. Convenient to several car Linee. Fifteen i minute ride from town. Phone West \ 806-l, Flat 3, 224 w. Mcmillan Street. For Hill. One or two furnished rooms with or without Board. Warsaw 1323 y. For car. Batteries and car in Good condition. Will sell at a great bargain. Telephone canal 3410. A for rent Avondale Good location room with breakfast. All conveniences private family reasonable. Avon 3410. For . Furnished room centrally located for a gentleman in a private family. Breakfast if desired. Tel. Avon 5107 a 6 to 8 p. M. New Orleans la. A Large percentage of the by Nai by Rith membership of the six new Orleans lodges gathered thursday night in the y. M. H. A. Hall to do Honor to Ralph j. Schwarz the newly elected president of District no. 7, i. O. B. B. The affair had been carefully planned and arranged under the auspices of the b. B. Joint committee by a special committee of which or. Bertrand i. Cahn wat the chairman. Music addresses and luncheon constituted the program and All the local lodges As Well As the Constitution grand Lodge and the District grand Lodge were represented. The affair of the season Given by the Young women s hebrew association last wednesday night proved a most interesting and enjoyable event. A very Large attendance marked the occasion and an excellent program was rendered. Those in charge of the program were dramatic coach mrs. B. Isaacs dancing miss Fannie Sei Ferth violinist Charles Fischbein band Mike Caplan. Rabbi Leon Vollmer and family left for Pittsburg to attend the National conference of charities and corrections which will take place june 3-14. From Pittsburg they will go to Charleston w. Va., where mrs. Voll Mer and daughter will spend the summer. Or. And mrs. Irwin Fuerst announce the engagement of their Niece miss Miriam Shields to or. Nathan Alt Mont of Dayton In Honor of the engagement or. And mrs. Fuerst entertained at an informal reception at their Home in Peters Avenue. Or. And mrs. Eugene Hammell of Birmingham ala., announce the betrothal of their daughter miss Louise Fannye Hammel. To or. Maurice Simon son of mrs. J. Simon of our City. Or. Sam Goldman and miss Hannah Newfield will he married in new York City on sunday june 10. Mrs. Lulu Steinhardt of new York City is Here for a few weeks with her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. M. Lillie and Texla Jacoby of Pensacola attended the continued on Page 3. Wanted piano Salesman must have al appearance and be capable of interviewing the highest class of Trade one of experience preferred. Cable piano co., 137 w. 4th St. Ror rent three Story business Block 20 x 80 it. Adjoining property same size Ateo will lease if desired Best location in City of 27,000. Apply May amp Leopold. Steubenville Ohio. For rent Charlevoix Mich. At a Low Price Decker cottage. Ainslee Avenue one door East of Michigan Avenue 12 rooms with stationary washstand and bathroom on second floor. Bedrooms and Bath on first floor. Apply to miss Madeline Newburgh 2327 Upland place Cincinnati x House for rent Avondale 700 Glenwood atom half Block wart of Roo dec Rood. 11 rooms 2 Baths Gas Range linoleum in Kitchen window shades screens porches Large lot. Will paper newly. Particulars on application to Henry c. Ezekiel 410417 first National Bonk building Telephone main 2033 for Sale or for rent summer cottage with Large lot at Odon Michigan on Lake front eight rooms completely furnished every modern convenience motor launch and Row boat pure ice cold deep Rock Well water on premises. Fishing boating golfing and other sports. Possession Given immediately. Particulars on application to Honry c. Eio Kiel 414-417 finn Matts al bask in tag Telephone main 2033. Cincinnati a established 1895 Saman i Edehl agent i reliable service so transactions strictly can ii cotia. Or. 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