Baltimore Merchant Wills Many Charity Bequests
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Baltimore Merchant Wills Many Charity Bequests

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(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

Among charitable bequests in the will of the late Julius M. Goldenberg who died in Washington several days ago are $10,000 to the Rosa H. Goldenberg Shoe Fund of the Jewish Federated Charities of Baltimore, $10,000 to the Milk and Ice Fund of Baltimore as a memorial to his parents, $25.000 to the Instructive Visiting Nurse Association to erect a nursing center to be called the Goldenberg Center in memory of his parents and to be situated in or near St. Aloysius’s in Washington. $25,000 to the United Hebrew Relief Society of Washington for a general charitable fund. $10,000 to the president and directors of Gonzaga College in Washington, and $10,000 to the Sinai Hospital in Baltimore.

Mr. Goldenberg was the son of Moses Goldenberg, founder of department stores of Washington and Baltimore.

To Rabbi Rosenau, of Eutaw Place Temple here, he left $5,000 and to Cantor Shuman, $1,000.

Lieut. Col. J. O. Adler, Commander of the 306th Infantry 77th Division of the United States Army Reserve was the guest of honor at a dinner given Friday night on the occasion of his ten years service Brother officers presented Lieut. Col. Adler with an inscribed sabre. The dinner was held at the Hotel Lafayette, New York City.

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