The effort to raise funds for the Hakoah Sport Club in order to enable them to continue their activities and to acquire a swimming tank and other facilities toward their work for orphans and other destitute children in Vienna and Eastern Europe, whom the Hakoah provide with food, clothing and physical training, have so far resulted in receipts amounting to $1,485, according to an announcement made by the Hakoah Committee.
The following contributions have been received:
Frederick Warburg, $200; Felix M. Warburg, $200; Benny Leonard, $100; Eugene J. Zukor, $100; Harry F. Guggenheim, $100; C. B. L. & A. Wolf, $100; Edward Friedman, $100.
Oliver Salinger, $50; S. A. Golding, $50; Milton Hertz, $25; Rubel Coal & Ice Corp, $25; Edward L. Mayer, $25; Bamberger Bros., $25; Howard Wasserman, $25; E. Newmans, $12.50; Mrs. J. Beer, $10; Joseph Deutsch, $10; M. Augenblick, $10; Jacob Alter, $10; L. Bamberger, $10; A. H. Neaman, $10; M. Maschke, $10: Hardwig Peres, $10; J. B. DeLee. $10; Jesse Cohen, $10; L. Goldstein, $10; P. Bunstein, $10; E. Pullman, $10; Charles Hoffman, $10; Morris Wolf, $10; J. Davies, $10.
J. Mentor, $5; A. Goldberg, $5; E. Markson, $5; Louis Rosen, $5; Fred M. Butzel, $5; Lee L. Goldberg, $5; William Sacks, $5; N. Kirschman. $5; I. Montefiore Levy, $5; Shawmut Woloen Mills, $5; F. M. Crystal, $5; G. J. Schorr, $5; C. Berkowitz, $5; I. A. Hessel, $5; A. Keiser, $5; Samuel Klein, $5; P. Simpson, Inc., $5; L. Epstein, $5; A. Klein, $5; A. P. Rosenberg, $5; A. Ray Katz, $5; I. Zilbur, $5; M. Berman, $5; Dr. H. Cohen, $5; Charles Goldman, $5; Rosengarten & Traurig, $5; Meyer Crown, $5; B. Price, $5; I. Setel, $5; A. T. Myar, $5. N. Murow, $3; Mrs. Rommer, $3; D. Bernstein, $3; H. Asher, $2.50; I. Abelson, $2.50; S. Borisky, $2; A. Siebres, $2; P. Sulzer, $2; M. Meyers, $2; Robert J. Ganz, $2.
A. Yenkin, $1; S. Weiss, $1; A. Mullen, $1; William Cohen, $1; Benjamin C. Sandler, $1; M. Levy, $1; L, Rubinstein, $1; L. T. Thrower, $1; Dr. D. Hyman. $1.
Mr. Z. H. Rubinstein, city editor of “The Day,” sailed last week on the Carmania for an extended trip. He will visit France, Germany and Poland, where he will make a study of Jewish conditions.
The publishers and editorial staff of “The Day,” at a luncheon given in honor of Mr. Rubinstein at Libby’s Hotel, gave expression to their appreciation of Mr. Rubinstein’s editorial services to his paper. Among those present were David Shapiro, publisher; Irving Altman. Dr. S. Margoshes, S. Dingol. B. Z. Goldberg. Alexander Zeldin. Alter Epstein, R. Glantz, L. Bordulin. N. B. Lynder, Z. Zalmanowitz, J. Chaikin, S. Rosenfeld, S. Raskin, S. Niger and many others.
The Down Town District of the Zionist Organization of America also gave a reception in honor of Mr. Rubinstein at its headquarters. Among the speakers were Dr. S. Melarred. Bernard Semel, Philip Wattenberg, Jacob Kirschenbaum and S. Taub.
Sixteen Jewish girls were among the 103 graduates of Adelphi College, Brooklyn, who received degrees at the commencement exercises of the College.