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    March 28th, 2012 | Section: From the Pages

    100 Years Ago

    Mrs. I Trager, who has been spending the winter in Florida, has returned.

    Mr. M. Bing has moved to his new residence, 828 Hutchins Avenue, Avondale.

    Miss Bertha Wolfstein, of Portland, Ore., is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Beck, of 305 Goodman Street, Avondale.

    The funeral of Eliza Ullman, (nee Weil) wife of Henry Ullman, will take place from the chapel of the Walnut Hills Cemetery this (Thursday) afternoon.

    Mrs. Marcus Katz of 9 Andover Hall, Burnet and Albany Avenues, Avondale, is expected home on Friday, after having spent the past four weeks with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krelsman, at Peoria, Ill.

    It is reported that Prof. Siegfried Geismar, in charge of the German Department at Woodward High School, has been offered the position of Superintendent of the Brooklyn Hebrew Orphan Asylum, one of the largest institutions of its kind in the country. Prof. Geismar has gone East to confer with the directors of that institution. Prof. Geismar is one of the best-known younger educators in the city, and has been president of the Schoolmasters’ Club, the Cincinnati German Teachers’ Association, and other bodies. — March 28, 1912

    75 Years Ago

    Adolph Levy passed away Monday evening, March 29th, at Jewish Hospital. He lived with his son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Ira A. Abrahamson, 808 N. Crescent Avenue. He was 70.

    Mr. Levy is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lillie Mayer Levy; his daughter, Mrs. Abrahamson; a son, Leon Levy, St. Louis; and three grandchildren, Margaret, Jean Lillian and Ira Abrahamson, Jr.

    David Youngerman, 844 Windham Avenue, passed away suddenly Tuesday, March 23rd.

    He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Zelda Youngerman; his daughter, Mrs. Celia Fogel, and his sons, Edward, Louis, Jacob, and Dr. William Youngerman.

    Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lowenstein and children, Gordon and Janet, left Tuesday for Miami, Fla.

    Mr. Morton Olman of Greenwood Avenue has returned after five months in Florida. He is affiliated with Theodore Mayer & Brother, Realty Company.

    Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shor (Frances Rosenthal) 3965 Warwick Avenue, are parents of a boy, born Tuesday, March 23rd.

    Oscar Berman was elected president of Cincinnati’s Jewish Community Council Tuesday evening, March 30th, at Wise Center, at the Council’s first public session.

    Max Hirsch is retiring after two years of service as president. Mr. Berman has been a vice president for a number of years. He is president of the Cincinnati District of the American Jewish Congress, is widely known for his interest in civic, religious and philanthropic causes and as a manufacturer. — April 2, 1937

    50 Years Ago

    Dr. Raymond R. Suskind, associate professor at UC and specialist in occupational skin disease at its Medical Center, has accepted appointment as head of environmental medicine, University of Oregon, Portland, effective this June.

    Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Jay Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Saul E. Shuller announce the marriage of their sister, Rosa B. Allen, to Mr. Alfred B. Stillpass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stillpass, of Monroe, Ohio, Sunday, March 11, at Shuller’s Wigwam. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi David I. Indich.

    Charles Victor Abraham, of 2143 Madison Road, passed away Sunday March 25, at Jewish Hospital.

    Mr. Abraham is survived by his wife, Mrs. Esther Garcia Abraham; three children, Kate, Richard and Charles III; and a sister, Mrs. Harry Mendelsohn.

    Mrs. Rose Bardach, 1106 Towne Avenue, passed away Thursday March 15.

    She is survived by her husband, Max Bardach; a daughter, Mrs. Enid Greenberg; a son, Bruce Bardach; a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Freckman, of Kentucky; a brother, Mose Shapoff of Miami Beach, and two grandchildren.

    Abe Levy, Redding Apartments, passed away Tuesday, March 20.

    He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Goldie Levy; a daughter, Mrs. Irvin Pollak; his sisters, Mrs. Charles Slesnick, San Francisco; Mrs. Louis Guttenberg, New York City; Mrs. Henry Schnipper; Mrs. Phillip Farber and Mrs. L.P. Levi, all of Rochester; and two grandchildren. — March 29, 1962

    25 Years Ago

    Rockdale Temple’s “Second Friday Education Series” will continue its 1986-87 season on Friday, April 10, following Sabbath services at 8:15 p.m. The program will feature a Passover cooking demonstration and tasting with Barbara Rosenberg, culinary teacher and author. The focus of the presentation will be the use of today’s equipment and materials to make traditional Passover foods easily and quickly. Among the items to be demonstrated will be an apple torte made from leftover charoses. Recipes will be provided.

    Rosenberg was editor of Rockdale Temple Sisterhood’s best-selling cookbook, “In the Beginning.”

    Ann Danziger of 2444 Madison Rad passed away March 23.

    She is survived by her daughter, Ruth Podore; two grandchildren, Nancy Mangel and Dr. Peter Podore; and three great-grandchildren.

    Rose Moskovitz passed away recently in Burlington, Vt.

    She is survived by three children; Mrs. Simon (Esther) Perlmutter, Dr. A.J. Moskovitz of Burlington, Vt., and West Palm Beach, Fla., and Dr. Harold Moskovitz of Cincinnati; 11 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.

    She was the wife of the late Morris Moskovitz. — April 2, 1987

    10 Years Ago

    Nearly 90 Cincinnatians gathered at the home of Mark and Judy Petricoff at Frenchman’s Creek in Palm Beach Gardens Feb. 27 to celebrate the first-ever reunion of Cincinnatians in Florida.

    The group braved the unseasonably cold temperatures to hear author and international terrorism expert Steve Emerson give a sobering assessment of worldwide terror networks and their impact on the U.S. Emerson’s new book, “American Jihad,” outlines these networks and how nations are beginning to work together to defeat them.

    Mickey Hiudt Wolfson, 75, known by so many and loved by all, passed away March 11. A lifelong resident of Cincinnati, Mrs. Wolfson was a magical presence in the lives of all who knew her. With an extremely generous heart, she contributed to countless organizations and charities throughout her life.

    Mrs. Wolfson was predeceased in death by her husband, David I. Wolfson; her parents, Isadore and Tuba Hiudt; her brothers, Hyman and Leon Hiudt; her sister, Jean Hiudt Swillinger; and her sons, Gary and Robert Wolfson. She is survived by her sister, Florence Hiudt Guttman; her daughter and son-in-law Barbara and James Marowitz; her son and daughter-in-law, Stephen and Barbara Wolfson; her grandchildren, Joshua, Natasha, and Amanda Wolfson, Gabriel, David, Forrest, and Rebecca Marowitz; and many nieces, nephews and in-laws. — March 28, 2002

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