The Sou thern Israelite
Mr. Otta Schwab has returned from
Miami, where he spent the winter.
His friends will be glad to know that
he is enjoying the best of health
Mr. Ernest Rosenberg, of Green
wood, S. C., spent several days in the
city, the guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. J.
Mrs. Sara Berman of Camilla, Ga.
is guest of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel
Smullian at her home on Jackson St.
Mrs. Smullian will also be hostess
to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and Miss Fay
Lewis of Lexington, Miss, and her
sister, Mrs. Harry Gerbert of Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Cohen announce
the birth of a little daughter.
The many friends of Miss Rose
Goldstein will be pleased to learn that
she has recovered from a recent auto
Mrs. Mannie Adler, of Birmingham,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Joel and Miss Fannie Menko.
Arthur Harris, Jr. is spending the
Raster holidays with his parents. He
has as his guest Mr. Fred Kahn, of
Miss Lavinia Dorothy Greenblatt
is home from Smith College spend
ing the Spring holidays with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Green
Rabbi Herschel Geffen of Savannah,
Ga., will be the guest of Rabbi Tobias
Geffen at his home on Washington
Mrs. Abe Groodzinsky of New York
City, formerly a resident of Atlanta,
is visiting her sister and brother, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Borochoff.
Miss Evelyn Rose has left for an
extended trip to New York City.
Miss Cecilia Tesler is visiting her
brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Tesler in Brunswick, Ga.
Mr. Sidney Saks was the week-end
guest of Mr. Dave Shuman.
Mr. Theodore Berz of Chattanooga,
Tenn., was in Atlanta recently.
Miss Leah Wengrow of Griffin,
'•a., spent Sunday in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levison, of
^ oungstown, Ohio, are guests of Mr.
d Mrs. Milton Liebman and Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Wellhouse at the Wine-
Mrs. Authur Geers and daughter,
c '£gy, are spending several weeks at
Mr. Hyman Bergman has returned
rom a motor trip to Chattanooga and
Miss Anne Koplin of New York
* s v isiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. K. Koplin.
Mrs. David Rosenblum and young
son, Joel Warren, have returned to
their home in Butler, Pa., after hav
ing been the guests of their mother,
Mrs. Joel Bakritzky.
Mr. Clinton Smullyan of New York
City is spending the Spring holidays
as the guest of his grand-parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldberg.
Mrs. Louis Diamond of Chatta
nooga, Tenn., spent several days in
the city recently.
NAZARETH TO HAVE ELECTRIC
LIGHT THROUGH RUTTENBERG
Jerusalem (J. T. A.)—Nazareth is
to have electric light and power, the
result of an agreement concluded be
tween the towuiship and the Palestine
The agreement concluded with Pin-
cus Ruttenberg, founder and manag
ing director of the Palestine Electric
Company, calls for the completion of
the installation work by the end of
EINSTEIN WRITES POEM AS RE
Jerusalem, (J. T. A.)—Albert Ein
stein revealed himself as a writer of
songs when the British mails delivered
to the Hebrew Teachers Association
of Palestine a letter from Berlin con
taining the famous scientist’s reply
to the organization greeting on the oc
casion of his fiftieth birthday on
The message of acknowledgement
was counched by Professor Einstein
in rhyme. It was written in German.
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