Dayton (Sep. 27)
Merger of the three Hebrew schools in Dayton has been effected, with the new organization to be known as The Dayton United Hebrew Schools.
Sam H. Thal, prominent Dayton merchant, has been selected as superintendent of the schools, with new officers and a board of education to be selected at a meeting on Sunday, October 1, at which time also, enrollment for the fall and winter season will take place.
Approximately 250 students are expected to register for the classes. Two units of the school, in different sections of the city, are to be operated with the three present instructors, Sholon Mizrachi, Abraham Mintz and Pinchos Wechter, being retained and a fourth instructor to be selected within the next several weeks.