15 Jun 1927

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15 Jun 1927 - Joseph's As from | of TO BE DEDICATED husband....
Joseph's As from | of TO BE DEDICATED husband. Building Is Result of 21 Years of Progress by Congregation. Twenty-one years ago a email of Hungarian Jews residing in the End founded tha Congregation Aha- vath Aehlm. At first this congregation met in a small room in the West Several years later after a hard struggle to secure funds it built a structure on Cherry street. Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock this congregation congregation will dedicate its new kj.00,000 synagogue at Hancock avenue and State street. Men of national, stale, and local fame will take part'in the dedication exercises. The guests of honor will the Bev. Hlrsh Masllensky of New city, vice president of the Zionist organization organization of America and a well known educator, Rabbi Leo Jung, of New York city, one of the foremost Jewish authors. Congressman Schuyler Schuyler Merrltt o' Stamford, and Mayor William Behrens. The ceremonies will commence at o'clock at the old synagogue on street. At this point the members the Congregation, the Ladies auxiliary, and the pupils of the Hebrew school will march to the new synagogue bearing the Scrolls. Rabbi Solomon Schulson, the spiritual spiritual leader of the Congregation Achlm will conduct the 1 services connected wlth^the placing of the Scrolls in Ark. Following this the Hebrew school choir will sing a series of Hebrew Ths address of welcome will be by Samuel Breiner, president of the congregation. The meeting will be turned over to Attorney Samuel Mellita Mellita who will present the key of new building to President Breiner. Rev Rabbi Masllensky who will the opening speech Is a well known Jewish orator. He has delivered more than 4,000 orations. He received his parly education In Russia. On 1884 the Rev. Rabbi Masllensky went to England to continue his education in 1895 came to this country. He has been a lecturer at the Educational Alliance since 1897. Rabbi Jung received his early education education in Hungary and secured his D. degree from Cambridge college, England. He has also studied at several German universities. Slnch coming coming to this country Rabbi Jung held important and responsible positions positions In many Jewish philanthropic and educatoioiial organizations. He today recognized as an outstanding Jewish author and poet. Samuel Breiner, William Tlschler, Rabbi Sclruson, and Mrs. William TlscM-jr are in charge of the dedicatory dedicatory exercises. They are assisted by Joseph Breiner, Edward Deutsch, Englander, Samuel Gevurcz, Harry Greenbnum. John J. Kohn, Ignatz Lowy, Samuel llellltz, Morris Szollosy, Max SmilowltK. William Scmidt, Eugene Eugene Tancoz, Harry Wettensteln, Joseph Seisler. witness the great Lindbergh citizen has [ the giuter of jewels, the welcome | Makes Trlencls w i Charles A i "No one appeared well satisfied dressed iu only my old Peloquin, veteran motorcyclist. on his costume. I eemed to LI tends all round even me if I was all right' "And when the paiadP morning ' smiling policeman ran , me and with as much concern honor instead of ran into a host west to New York he found a mere oiilookei. from a city, sent me on my "The parade v.as a a triumph ot n great to be, the pie. And the crowd! skill application of the stick. ' words That crov.d's »'as one of the girawsl tributes nenslon of the $12.000 fine assessed stand fieem- sinall intei- who gave vent the home-t-oming liero It was a muiveloub public amenity, police the pa with ft closest companioi · W1.V the? -- ^Uout^a I M T T T C ' l wiLii « viuftc-M. ^uiH^H-LJiwi- A*icjr I liad been ' Journeyed many ,,,,ri ,,,r n.orn nvpv HIP iTnlt.pd statps his client on thc grounds

Clipped from The Bridgeport Telegram15 Jun 1927, WedPage 5

The Bridgeport Telegram (Bridgeport, Connecticut)15 Jun 1927, WedPage 5
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