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Samuel Goldstein, Assistant District Attorney, Honored by Brooklyn Congregation

February 14, 1926
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Samuel Goldstein, recently appointed Assistant District Attorney of Kings County, was honored at a dinner tendered him at Knapp Mansion, Brooklyn, by friends and members of the Congregation Bnai Israel of Brooklyn, of which he has been president for the past two years. Over 400 guests were present.

Judge Alexander Geizmar, Chief Assistant District Attorney of Kings County acting as toastmaster, praised the career of Mr. Goldstein, who, arriving in this country as an immigrant at the age of 12, has attained to high office in the political field. remaining nevertheless a loyal orthodox Jew. Mr. Goldstein is a member of the Executive Committees of the United Palestine Appeal, and the American Jewish Congress and of the Administrative Committee of the Mizrachi Organization.

Among those present at the dinner were: Supreme Court Justice Aaron J. Levy, Supreme Court Justice Mitchell May, Judge Gustav Hartmann, Judge Jacob Strahl, Rabbi Meyer Berlin, Max Cohen and Mrs. Jacob Jacobson.


The Spanish and Pomguese congregation, Shearith Israel, Central Park West and Seventieth Street, New York. gave a benefit entertainment and dance Saturday night at the Plaza to aid the Newport (R. I.) congregation to take over the old City Hall there for use as a community house.

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