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CLIFTON ATINC1 • CINCINNATI 20, OHIO
September 1, 1939
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HOME RELIEF SOCIETY
WILL MEET WEDNESDAY
Eugene Field Society
Elects Rabbi Franklin
As Honorary Member
Dr. Leo M. Franklin has
been notified of his election
to honorary membership in
the Eugene Field Society, an
women who have made out-
standing contributions to
A rn e r i can literature. The
award was made especially in
r ecognition of Dr. Franklin's
recently published booklet,
The Road to Understanding
Between Christian and Jew."
Holy Day Services
at Hebrew Schools
The first special meeting of
the Home Relief Society has
been called by Mrs. Arthur Gins-
burg, president, for Wednesday,
Sept. 6, at 1:30 p. ni., at the
home of Mrs. Joseph Galperin,
10301 Warrington Drive. Mrs.
Ali. and Mrs. Samuel Brody an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Jerry, on Saturday morning,
Sept. 2, at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek. Reception Sunday, Sept.'
3, at 2699 Webb Ave., from 7 to
Mrs. Henry Fecheimer and 11 p.
daughter, Susan, of Tuxedo Ave.
are spending several weeks in Chi-
Miss Eve Sherman of Grand
CONTINUING THROUGH SEPT. 10TH
Ave. returned front a six weeks'
visit /11 LOS Angeles and San
Mrs. Donald E. Berger and son, Francisco.
Know,. C•ntor4 Engaged to
Donald, Jr., are spending a month
Officiate at Tuxedo-Hollow and
in Montgomery, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Almug
I Philadelphia-Byro n H•11.
of Webb Ave. returned from their
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Cole of trip to Frankfort, Mich., where
The Tuxedo-liolmur Congrega-
tion which is connected with the Indianapolis are spending the holi- they were guests at the East Shore
Tuxedo Hebrew School, as well day week-end in Detroit.
as the Philadelphia Congregation
connected with the Philadelphia-
Dr. and Mrs. Leo M. Franklin,
Mrs. Joshua Herbal and daugh-
I Ilyron Hebrew School have com- who have been spending several ter, Norme Lee, returned to their
MRS. JOSEPH GALPERIN
pleted arrangements for the weeks in Omena, Mich., will ar- home after spending two weeks
High Holy Day services. The two rive home on Sept. 2.
in Frankfort, Mich. They were Galperin is in charge of arrange-
auditoriums have been decor-
the guests at the Park Hotel.
ments for the day, and assisting
h a oteliddayand made ready for the
Mrs Edwin M. Rosenthal re-
her as hostesses are Mrs. David
turned Aug. 29 from a week spent
Mrs. Joshua Karbal of Webb Arkin and Mrs. William Gordon.
Two very well known cantors in Columbus, 0.
Ave. entertained a group of
Mrs. Sam Arkin, chairman of
have been engaged. At the Tux-
friends at the Book Cadillac Hotel the ways and means committee,
edo-Holmut•, Cantor Moses Zisser
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wine- with a luncheon and mah jong.
announces that a store is avail-
will officiate. Cantor Zisser is
man are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
able for those wishing to rum-
well known as a Chazon with a
Andrew Wineman at their lodge
The Bar Mitzvah ceremony of mage to earn their money for
fine melodious voice and is a
annual dinner-dance to be
hearty Baal-Tefilah. In the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry
nr Caplan of held on Sunday, Oct. 22, at Ilo-
Philadelphia•Byron, Rabbi David
3281 Monterey Ave. Was solemn-
Ryan will officiate. Rabbi Ryan
Mrs. Samuel Glogower of Chi- ized last Saturday morning at should contact Mrs. Al Weisman,
is well known here among rab-
Banks for saving
bis and cantors. All those who cago Blvd. returned Aug. 29 from Congregation Beth Joseph on 12th
money for the event may be
heard him the last time he offi- a month's trip through the west.. St. A reception for 100 guests
was held last Sunday. Among the secured by calling Mrs. Ralph
ciated in the Philadelphia Con-
Levy, To. 8-4590.
gregation are looking forward to
Mrs. David J. Levy entertained out-of-town guests was Mrs. Jen-
A donation is acknowledged
hearing him again in the High a group of friends at a luncheon nie l'oster of Chicago. The Bar
the Playmate Club.
Mitzvah, who is a grandson of
Holy Day services.
on Aug. 29.
The proceeds of the services,
dress in Hebrew.
both at the Tuxedo and Phila-
Mrs. Jack Helper and children
delphia Schools, go towards the
of Parkside Ave. returned Aug.
maintenance of the Hebrew
Messrs. Isidore and Harmon
28 from a two-months' stay in
Rosenthal of Hurlbut Ave. re-
turned from a visit in New York
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Are- City, Atlantic City ad Asbury
fell and daughter, Joanne, wi
Curtain Laundry & Cleaners, Inc.
Another milestone, another year . . . and
Russeks marks the occasion with a store-
wide sale that brings you brand new Fall
Trees Planted In
The Butzel Forest
The Jewish National Fund
Council acknowledges the plant-
ing of the following trees in
Palestine in the Fred M. Butzel
One tree in memory of Mrs.
Ida Meyers, by Dr. and Mrs.
George G. Fineman.
A contribution from Mrs. Har-
ry Goldstein, in honor of the
recovery of Louis Tobin and
Sam J. Leve; also in memory of
One tree in memory of Basche
Gaberman, by Mr. and Mrs. A.
planting of trees please call Mrs.
P. Slomovitz, 17417 Stoepel, Un.
YOUNG JUDAEA OUTING
ON SUNDAY, SEPT. 10
On Altman's Hour
return Sept. 5, from Gaylo rd,
Mich., where they are the guests
Miss Rosalie J. Freiberg, di.ugh-
of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Win e. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Frei -
eig of Elmhurst Ave, is in De-
troit from Washington, D. C
Mrs. Joseph Spiegel of Chicago, t o complete plans for her coming
Ill., is the guest of her sister, marriage, on Sept. 10, to William
Mrs. Henry Wineman.
V. Cohen of Washington, son of
Mrs. Bessie Cohen.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wallace
and daughters, Peggy and Bar-
Mrs. A. Louis Gordon, her
bara, returned from a fortnight's d aughter, Ann, and her son, Jacob,
trip to New York City, Washing. h are moved to Chicago, Ill., where
ton, I). C., and Mt. Vernon, Va. t hey are living at the Chicago
Mr. and Mrs. David Barbas
and son, Jay Allen, of Roselawn
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Fliss spent
Ave. returned to this city after
Sunday with Mrs. Rachel Beige]
spending the summer in Cherie-
Shady Rest Farm.
An amateur program will be
broadcast over Altman's Jewish
Hour this Saturday evening, from
8:30 to 10:30 o'clock, over Sta-
Hyman Altman, director of
this hour, announces that there
will be provisions for an audi-
ence to attend the broadcast, and
guests are welcome to come to
the radio station's broadcasting
room during the Altman Hour.
Mr. Altman states that singers,
players of all sorts of musical
instruments, dramatic readers
and other entertainers are in-
vited to participate in this broad-
cast. All selections must be in
Jewish. There will be a first
nrize of $10, a second prize of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kraft and $5 and two lesser prizes.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex (merman o
Webb Ave. returned from a tw
vacationing in Frankfort, Mich
weeks' sojourn in New York C[
for the rest of the season. Eugene
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Broder joined his parents recently after
turning from a trip through the
spent several days in Charlevoix
Cotton, 3 pr.
state of Maine and Montreal.
during the past week.
The Detroit Council of Young
Drapes Dry Cleaned
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Jacobs
Mrs. Jacob II. Schakne and
Judaea opens its season's activi-
ties with an all-day outing on niece, Louise Margolis, will re- and family of Sturtevant Ave.
Window Shade s Cleaned
Sunday, Sept. 10, at River Rouge turn on Labor Day from an ex- have returned from South Haven,
Park. Present members of De- tended stay at the Inn in Charle- where they spent the summer.
troit Young Judaea groups and voix.
During the past week-end Ed-
their friends, and especially those
young people between the ages , Blanche and Harriette Krell, ward Wittcoff of St. Louis, Mo.,
CURTAIN AND RUG
of 10 and 16 who wish to be- ° aughters of the Maurice Krells was the house guests of his uncle
come affiliated with some Young ° f Glynn Court, have returned and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Judaean group, are invited to with their parents from an exten- Witted!' of Clements Ave. Mr.
You Think of
attend. Each participant is re-
Wittcoff is the father of Raymond
quired to provide his own lunch, ,astern States.
Herbert Wittcoff, who was recent-
and arrangements for bus trans-
ly elected president of the Jewish
portation to and from the park
Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. Levitt S,° uthern Youth Movement and of
will be made. Special features of Muirland Ave., and their chi!. the Jewish Student Foundation of
of the outing will be races, dren, Barbara and Billy are the University of Chicago. Ray-
ganies and relays, for which spending 10 days in the Adirom. too nd also holds the honor of being
You Think of
prizes will be awarded to the docks. the director of the National Fed-
era tion of Temple Youth,
winners. Members of present
groups should communicate with
Miss Henrietta Almug, daugh-
their leaders a few days before ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Almug
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bolotin and
the event, in order to secure de- of Webb Ave., and Miss Lorraine daughter, Clara, will leave Sun-
tailed information as to the time Wolf, daughter of Mrs. A. Wolf day evening for the motor trip
of meeting and definite trans- of Elmhurst Ave,, returned from to Miami, Fla.
their trip to Cedar Point.
The Council is anticipating an
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Rose of
interesting year of Young Ju-
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Rosen-
daea activities, both within the baum and daughter, Marjorie, are Fairfield Ave. will return the end
this week after having spent
individual groups and public g oasts at the Inn in Charlevoix.
the past 10 days in New York
events which will be open to
members of the community.
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Ginsberg
Young men and women interested ° f 1986 Atkinson Ave., will be
Mrs. Esther Schwartz, Saphie
in Young Judaea activities are a t home Sunday, Sept. 10, from
requested to communicate with 3 to 10 p. m., in honor of the Blanche, Kitty and Perry Schwartz
MISS Helen Kass, Detroit execu. B ar Mit
Mitzvah of their son, Ger- formerly of Gladstone Ave. have
tive director, Townsend 6-5902 al d Danto. Services will be held moved to 3310 Rochester Ave.
as more leaders are needed for at Congregation Shaarey 'Leda,
Miss Katherine Nuriek of Tor-
the several groups now being or- on Saturday morning, Sept. 9. No
onto is the guest of her sister,
ganized. Miss Kass will be glad cards.
Mrs, J. Burrows of LaSalle Blvd.
to furnish full particulars and
It et it.e applications from any
Airs. Sidney Barnett is visiting
Mrs. A. L. Cohen and daughter,
prospective leader. Boys and girls in Charlevoix.
between the ages of 10 and 16
Eleanor, of 3311 Chicago Blvd.,
are welcome to become Young
returned from a visit in New York
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Monheim
City and the IVorld's Fair,
Judaeans and will be placed in
of Elizabeth, Pa., and their chil-
some active group and given
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller
complete information by con-
Mr. and Mrs. William Taker
of Cdassport, Pa., were the guesta
tacting Miss Kass.
during the past week of Mrs. of 3791 Glendale Ave. announce
Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Monheim's•sister and brother-in-
Bernard, on Saturday morning,
Luncheon and Card Party !di w, Mr. and Mrs harryL.
Cum- Sept. 2, at Congregation Beth
of J. W. E. W. O.
of 1457 Burlingame Ave.
s. Cummins and daughter, Faye, Isaac. A dinner-dance in the Bar
Branch Oct. 24
ac companied them on their ie- Mitzvah's honor will be held on
Sunday, Sept. 3, at the Phoenix!
The North Woodward Branch an rn trip to Pittsburgh, Elizabeth Club.
of the Jewish Women's European ni d Glassport and other comma-
ties in Pennsylvania.
Welfare Organization will hold
The Progressive Ladies Unter-
a luncheon and card party at
stitzung Verein will hold a picnic
the home of Mrs. Samuel AL Pr Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Goldman of in Palmer Park, near the chil-
Shore. 7621 La Salle Blvd., on mo inceton Ave. returned from a dren's bathing pool on Sunday,
Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 12:30 p. he nth's trip to Havana. Enroute Sept. 3. Mrs. R. Miller is in
Mrs. Sol Cohen is chairman, as- P r me they were guests at Hotel charge of arrangements. In the
eston, Swampcott, Mass,
Fisted by Mrs. William Fisher
event of rain, the picnic will be
and Mrs. M. Rubin. Tables will
held on Monday.
Mr. and Airs. Irving II. Small
be reserved for bridge and Mah
Jong players. For information of Ohio Ave. returned from a
Dr. and Mrs. Sydney Wolfgang
call Hogarth 0254 or Tyler trip to Washhigton, D. C.
of Cincinnati, 0., were the guests
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blumberg Charles Wolfgang of Gladstone
The organization acknowledges
contributions to the Benjamin are spending a few weeks in Ave. for a few days. While in
Wisner Memorial Flower Fund Charlevoix.
the city they attended the mar-
from Mrs. J. Zuckerman, in hon-
riage of Miss Myra Komaroff and
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Erman
or of her recovery; Mrs. H. Gold-
Moe Wolfgang, which was held
returned last week from a two Th
smith and Mrs. Fabin.
ursday evening et the Book
weeks' stay at Douglas Lake in
Neugarten Sunshine Club to Northern Michigan. While there
they enjoyed the exhibits on visi-
Plan Annual Luncheon
Air. and Mrs. S .R. Sherman,
tor's day at the University of
who have been visiting with their
at Meeting Sept. 11
Michigan Biological Depot, Th
The Neugarten Sunshine following week Airs Erman spent children in Detroit, left for their
Club's board of directors will with her mother, Mrs. Lutaky, in home in Miami Beach, Fla.
meet at the home of Mrs. Jacob South Haven.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stein of
Art, 3815 Cortland, Monday
Afton Road returned from a stay
morning, Sept. II. The fall cam-
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jakont
Bermuda where they were
paign for the annual luncheon and daughters returned from an
of Nov. 15 will be formally extensive motor trip through guests of Castle Harbor Hotel. Congregation Beth Shmuel
launched. Mrs. Charles Aller is Northern Michigan, including Their daughter, Shirley Mae. who
Gifts to North End Clinic i Mischa Elman, whom the anxious
Redecorated for the
to gee every board mem- Charlevoix, Petoskey and Mac- has been visiting In New .York,
returned with them.
!Times reporta as having received ber at this very important meet- kinac Island.
High Holy Days
North End Clinic has received I
o• is summons for speeding near
contribution in memoryi
Bertrand Gottlieb has as his
Mrs. Katherine Levitt from Mr.i New York, is in South America
Congregation Beth Shmuel of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Loeffler and week-end guests, his parents, Mr.
Flowers for .11 *cessions --
1736 Blaine Ave., near 12th St.,
daughter are 'pending • week at and Mrs. Nat Gottlieb of
and Mn,. A. W. Sloman. on ■ concert tour.
Mrs. Isaac Gilbert returned
Aug. 29 from a month's stay in
California and left Aug. 30, to
spend several weeks at her sum-
mer home in Charlevoix.
and Winter merchandise at really remark-
able savings! Shop early and Save!
WE HAVE SPENT
OUR LIVES CREATING
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PURE FOOD STORES
90 T H ANNIVERSARY
* RODEO.HARNESS RACING
* EXPOSITION of
WHERE PRICE TELLS
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Dal and Ni g h t
THE BIGGEST QUARTERS
WORTH IN FAIR HISTORY
repainted and modernized. It is
expected that, as in previous
years, the synagogue will be
filled to capacity.
Rabbi J. Rabinowitz will con-
duct the services. On the feast
day he will nreseh .1...
second day • well known vieit-
ing rabbi Will conduct the serv-
ices and will announce his theme
Congregation Beth Shrnuel is
planning a drive for new mem-