Bequeaths $27,000 for the Zionist Funds
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Bequeaths $27,000 for the Zionist Funds

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The Jewish National Fund and the Zionist Organization of America will receive the amount of $27,700, by the will of the late Hirsh G. Kliatscho of Brooklyn, N. Y. filed for probate.

Ten thousand dollars will go to the National Fund and $17,700 to the Zionist Organization. The residue of the estate of $47,690 will go to children of the deceased.

On Saturday morning, June ninth, the last services at Temple B’nai B’rith, Los Angeles, Cal. were conducted by Rabbi Edgar F. Magnin, after which the Torah scrolls were removed from the Ark as a symbol of the departure of the congregation from its present edifice. The new temple, which will cost over a million and a half dollars and which is now in course of construction will be ready next Spring It will consist of three buildings. The congregation was founded in 1862. The present building is thirty-six years old.

Mrs. Sallie Kubie Glauber, founder and former President of the New York Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, died at her home in New York City on Wednesday. The funeral services will be held this morning in Temple Emanu-El, of which she was a member.

Mrs. Glauber was active in Jewish charitable, educational and communal work.

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