NEW YORK (Oct. 25)
Isaac Albert, an industrialist, philanthropist and Jewish communal leader, died yesterday at the Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital, which he served as president for 22 years. He had 78 years old. Born in Poland, Mr. Albert came to the United States in 1892. He had also served as a director of the Hebrew Educational Society of Brooklyn and of the Yeshiva and Mesifta Rabbi Chaim Berlin, and was active in the Zionist Organization of America and B’nai B’rith.