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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - February 8, 1917, Cincinnati, OhioA flt to 11 jmj jell al v jmj Lam a Job a wb1 via Job fib it volume 63. O Cincinnati. Ohio february 8, 1917. Israel and hi8 boons and Russia where medieval conditions persist a said the sex president. M0 the Way of real. Evidence to Back up Gerson what Are the reasons for this al their sinister whisperings. And it endless persecution of the it wifi is True an age worn wanderer thought and tears in with heart heroic a worn the Otth Century to the 19th? go True in other Public affairs. Many of Pale with regret to say that it my be mainly the Best Type of american citizens a the insole Lipil keep entirely aloof from Public affairs christians. Other causes May be because they Are not will ins to risk a last analysis the kind of experiences of which or. Look . A Jmes clasping to his breast the the initial cause was Amulet of Israel through the years. In. Imam a a pm in irreligious a untermyer prejudice. We and it in. The hostility Lent. At a behold says i a a a a a a a i dark with a Mit through Travail and through miser i ies that Shook lip the soul of Judah this he never. Forsook. I v1 a a a Fri it is his Book a therein his god appears a his Book More glorious with supernal Light a a a than a Besom a Pura after. We find it in the bulls of the Popes be a through Ages is and continuing to the Council of Trent we find it in the court of St. Louis of France we find it in the religious frenzy of Queen Elinor of England of Elizabeth of Russia and of Marie Theresa of Austria we find it in the inquisition in Spain we find it in the words of Martin Luther who said a Why should the jews complain of among us we Chris. A v a Frt �.1 a a i Quot a. A. A. A a. I. A a National federation Temple Imp in sisterhood message a of tto of president mrs. Abram Simon of Washington d. C. A an excellent of review f of the organization. ? if ortal hands beacons reared by a trans suffered persecution first lapsed its anguish in years. Pm p of the night a a Mirabeau in amp he French Assembly i Rytir his Book that gave a god to All the lands my pfc. Whose pages shall through us again reveal conceal a jewish exponent the jew in history a a up former pm to that we h. Taft tells the Story and pleads for the righting of wrongs. A a it. A a �5k a a v. A a Jav in two addresses delivered before National geographic society at Wash former Earth if you wish the jews to be better men and useful citizens then banish every humiliating discrimination open every Avenue of gaining a livelihood instead of forbidding them the agricultural handicraft and Mechanic arts encourage them to devote themselves to these occupations a �?~7h� a Story of the jews in All coun which they have settled has Ween that they have rallied to the support of the government under which they lived. The patriarch Sam-p�1 neb Ardea sixteen centuries ago Laid Down the Rule the Law of the government is the Law a and in the eighteen centuries in which the jews have been wandering Over the face jew in history and declared it the solemn duty of All men to work for his emancipation from the burdensome restrictions imposed upon him in Eastern Europe. A a / �p.p��?z7.&Quot. A at one time he declared that the reasons for the almost constant per ment under which they lived and Rebelin have not been frequent among them. A or. Taft further declared that All three countries have promised better conditions after the War. Vying with Section of the jew from the 4th Cen Good Wil Gigious intolerance of the christians. At another he declared that after the War ends the financial burdens of the ends some governmental changes in policies will follow. A denied belligerent countries Are bound to be lion they Are ignorant. But no peo heavier than Ever in the history of the pie in the world Manifest so much have to be called in to help solve the i prove the opportunities when offered fiscal problems involved delusion he stated that one of the blessings that would grow out of Ameri participation in a league to in foible world peace would be a constant fluence for the betterment of the it edition of the jew. Part Taft with such earnestness and Success. A if the War does help the jew it will indeed be a Blessing in a dreadful disguise. 7 its miseries its cruelties its sufferings have fallen heavily on one half of the jews of the world. A i they Jive in the War or we pit Russia and German character Emp a a a Congress the form jewish people. They Are the Only peo-1 and constitutional guarantees country have been dispersed to the j Case form four quarters of the Globe and yet have retained their religion their co Hesion their intellectual capacity i with the jews. Their loyalty to their race and have destruction whenever there was any pretence of sit of rehabilitation of those Cou Equality and Opportunity for them tried a where the War has raged with forged their Way ahead into positions Guc vi0ience and destruction must of prominence influence and Power in Sophy in Art Ern ment. 41 ejected to such continuous persecution in denial of Opportunity to make a living. Tor Pursuit of happiness in humiliating restrictions upon their lib i have to equal treat me necessarily give greater economic values to every Man who survives the hell. The loyalty which the jews have shown to their respective governments in these countries under a most trying ordeal ought to impress their governments with the claim they erty in exclusion from education and indeed in actual physical cruelty and a Ora or. Taft then reviewed the Perselu a Taft a an Appeal for America to enter a league to enforce peace and within statement a of the Good that wind a a concluded from last week National committee on religion v suck Coli. The work of the committee on religious schools is essential. It Calls however for very Little comment save that of commendation for the Earnest Ness with which it has pursued Iti Aims. We fell More than Ever the importance of the religious school in the spirit a life of our people and i am very proud that the tremendous influence of our thousands of women has been thrown into the balance for the strengthening of the school As a most important Factor in congregational life. Many a rabbi has commended the work of his women in the varied religious school activities and it certainly rebounds to the credit of the National committee that through its letters and questionnaires it has stimulated the women to renewed and Earnest endeavours in this department. I it is rather the work of organizing religious schools for those who do not belong to our congregations which Calls for accentuation Here. We have started Many free religious schools but we ought to Bend our energies for the coming years to a seizure of the opportunities to give religious education to those who can ill afford the financial maintenance of such enterprises. The Money which is accredited every sisterhood from the Sale of unto Grams will be distributed in the Spring and it is hoped that every sisterhood will Endeavor to co operate with the National committee to Widen the sphere of its religious educational opportunities by taking advantage of the Union Gram scheme to increase its funds. A in this connection let me touch upon a theme which has often suggested itself to me. Not very Long ago i was asked by some one in the census by Peru if i knew How Many jewish children were in the religious schools connected with congregations 1 How Many jewish children were in jewish schools iof private endowment and what was the exact proportion Between the jewish children in the Public schools and in religious schools. I was unable to give a satisfactory answer. We Ough to have a National census of jewish childhood. I understand that Tbs Central conference of american rabbis had such a project in mind and if it has not been abandoned it would be Well for our federation under the leadership of the committee on religious schools to seek methods of co operation with the conference in the meanwhile i would recommend that we proceed at once to formulate plans such As the executive committee in its Wisdom May devise for the furtherance of this Enterprise. Nit Lonal committee. On propaganda. Hadri come therefrom a among an the destruction of Jehovah a Temple and the second dispersion in which 80,000 were shipped to Spain. He declared that from the Days of Constantine Down to the 19th Century there were Only two or three Era Noe Prosperity and Power and were Able to develop the Genius of Trio r&c6 a in the eighth Century a said the speaker a a Charlemagne showed his the constant influence which her Cpl tonal impulse to promote Liberty religious tolerance and Equality of Opportunity everywhere would have for the betterment of the condition of these people who for nearly two Mil Lenius have suffered from oppression and persecution. 1 Rumor. A a a a a a a up the vitriolic Telegram sent by Sam estimating value As subjects of his Empire. Char Lemagnes or a and successor Louis of representatives v at Washington in ant the use of his name As a Possi Ivul Datil d due a Juu we a a a a w a a 1 a _ in a the pious continued his fathers Wise ble investigator of the alleged it m Nonio Nopp and kindly treatment of of the news of the presidents peace after reviewing the persecution of note Teeth a Awers Atento Otto i Jim a a a badge in log a Ieie Moe Quot 0p? be Warnot even and describing a fences changing Atti a receptive candidate May be Marv Stude toward them he recalled the fact of discretion Ordinary de that during the Black plague the jews As a matter of comm largely immune through their i ency they might have taken the Trou but it was Quot not without were largely immune la rough men a ,. Re. H.oir0 i the his practice of the of the # to find out whether he desired the his the growth of our federation from 46 to 104, and from 104 to 153 sisterhood is in itself eloquent testimony to the energetic work of our committee on propaganda. We do not take any false Pride in f Mere numbers but we do feel that the More sisterhood that join us the greater is the Opportunity for cooperative and constructive service. Sisterhood join because they have much to give and much to receive and therefore i look Forward to an even larger number than we now proudly claim. There Are still some sisterhood upon whom we would urge the policy of give and take. There Are sisterhood or women s auxiliaries which ought to join our federation and whose Entrance into our midst would be joyously hailed. I know that nearly All of them have been invited. The rabbis Are with a a fax few exceptions very appreciative of the services which the sisterhood of our federation have performed in their various lines of activity. I feel certain that a sisterhood is the most Loyal supporter of the rabbi. His interests Are sisterhood interests and sisterhood interests ought to be and i feel sure that although we on scholarships and will be proud to know that through the services of our federation at least ten Complete scholarships Are now annually secured and assured. Ojdym the addition of two scholarships one in tribute to the Seventieth anniversary of judge Josiah Cohen and one in memory of or. Jacques Weil both ? of Pittsburgh suggests a wider Extension of this practice throughout the country. Can we not encourage the Celebration of the Natal anniversaries of our great men by similar gifts to the scholarship fund and May we not also urge upon the men generally that in the making out of their wills they remember this fund by a contribution the various scholarships secured by our federation were announced last year at the hebrew Union College on founders Day commemorating the birthday anniversary of Isaac m. Wise and the students Pew a fund of stimulating ambition to make themselves worthy to. Win one f of the coveted prizes. In this connection and be cause of our love for Isaac m. Wise who still moves among us As a spirit of jewish leadership we take the Liberty of calling to your attention the latest biography of on departed master by his grandson or. Max b. May. Our interest in the Sale of the Book is Only our Noble Pride in the work of Isaac m. Wise and in the belief that the More the american jews will know of the master Tho More will they have imbibed hip spirit. National Committer on Union Munem. The National committee on ceremonial objects present a report to which i Trust you will give Earnest consideration. We hear much nowadays of the mischief which Reform Judaism is supposed to have wrought by the elimination of Many Cere Molg ies to which the jewish heart was pledged although we Seldom Are told of those ceremonials to which Reform Judaism has Given interest and vitality. We Are also Quot cold that the sentiment Eupendored-l3fe the federation of Temple for the allowing of jewish ceremonials in the Home is Idle sentimentality. We must treat the sneers at the re vilifying of jewish ceremonials connected with the Sabbath and the holy Days by an increased enthusiasm for them. Ceremonials Are the necessary illustrations in the Book of religious life. We refuse to offer Anje apology for urging a continual use of a sch As have an Appeal to us and for an enhancement of such As we believe a necessary for warming the Heaja of our children towards their religion and of suf fusing a More sanctifying atmosphere Over the Home. Our committee on ceremonial objects is gathering these symbols of the past s not ? because they Are the dry Bones of a once living institution but because it is possible to re clothe them and Gensoul them for the religious instruction of Mir present generation r any ceremony that has any Appeal to any one is not dead. It is the individual whose sneer has displaced the ceremony by a ghost. We would not Only encourage your adding to our collection but we would also urge the holding of local exhibits in each City of the various ceremonials at the various Holiday seasons. Our collection in Cincinnati cannot be a on the Road a but there Are enough objects in every fairly Large Community to form a collection that will stimulate jewish sentiment and jewish loyalty. At the last executive Board meeting we ordered a reprint of the catalogue of our museum so that each Community May by consulting i it. Be i Able to Complete its set. We Trust that this work of preserving jewish ceremonials which a vim Thein some warmth and life May be wrongly fostered by our women. National committee on at Ingrama. Executive i a police Diate material Aid and we joined our forces with the g�di8tribution committee of funds for jewish War i enable it to have All necessary sufferers. We issued an official a Sature and communications materially National soda unit i of Gan Zatio it sisterhood and thus the autumn season too. The its aim and scope added $1,094.82 to the the Cam one Issue of the bulletin could con jewish c. Philips Sec fill of the organization. A a by a Mem Fly officer and Sutz Finup Rojy tis december 21sfl great worthiness Carnegie May. Or after a six Jana Ontha Campaign and to indicate the is the close of a seasons actin Competition with fifteen Tivi ties. Exec Julve. Board mods with i respect to the c Cincinnati has been selected As Experiment a he Hemphi i Chi Sisters federation the Misdom of altering in Europe is but to insult their i their Constitution or by Laws urging upon the sisterhood of the or Hhd i will the attention during intelligence. I am certain that our i pen ult the Eleo Ort of take National social Uniti Drga Hiza place life organization of women or through the joint Home incan jewish Relief societies will do their full duty towards a the successful completion within the very near future of tin of a a Tion is backing this Experiment need directory 006 and to neighbourhood of fifteen to to it officer Issri fr8 i thu Mew people while from the question of appeals for i was a prohibitive consideration democratically representative of 5the people who live therein will be created. Through this organization Quot the passage Imit titty can Israel is a natural step. A after rated went a Long Way in preventing information -,�,�0 my contending factions of american Israel represented on the one Side by Ference movement and on be other i what we is Are at my Dis Poap a by the National jewish Congress people of the neighbourhood will do for themselves Many things which Are now being done for Theta by outside agencies. Through a corps of neigh the Rte stud a Ederati i Firat and later elected �qsgrrii8ita of population Possehl four or five Hundred people they will Mcmeel harmonious express not Only my personal App re j own census Survey their own housing a a full Ribby life fit a Rio i Fefes he Abbt tax in Wilnow de j american hebrew congregations president attended As a member of pm support. Nor have i words own unemployment problem aed in own needs and the National executive the results of that deliberative body and the reconciliation of so Many varied viewpoints and organizations Are in themselves a Triumph of american Israel. Peace within american is pm it under which the ener a offic Tam rabbi a a in has i scarcely know what the 1 or i could have a com Industry Rael is an essential requisite for a and support. Some of his spirit and United and an authoritative Appeal to the Powers which will sit at the event enthusiasm has fallen upon rabbis Egelson and Schwarz who have rend Ual peace conference. It is still too dered valuable services _ _ far ahead to speak with any exact whom we would also express our de Ness As to the plans of the Admhtis-1 Light in their co operation. But we Tractive committee of the jewish con have 7 been fortunate in the Choice Gress but for us at present it. My of our National. Chairmen and enough to say that the proposed con in our executive Board and wha Tejbir May ii Pam Yodice of i i. 1 11 i i would not permit this moment to hat our federation of Temple j pass without informing them All at sisterhood seated there it is or course Neea-1 they have All shown less to say that our Federal Jhb j our c cause and with much of Sacri All organizations local National and fice Ufi of Effort have taken their inter National a Liose Appeal to i into their what words can jewish consciousness is immediate convey our deep sense of gratitude and direct. A Guj experience Mee it Lynx a a a. I have already indicated our method of co operating through our National . With the. Various sisterhood comprised in our federation. Art to the men and women of the three congregations of Baltimore and of their sisterhood and also the Council of jewish women whose guests we Are in this convention for weeks their preparations for our entertainment have been conducted with Only form where delegates of the various i service. Not a Stone has been left in sisterhood May tiring the % Best re turned to minister to our needs our suits of their local work and where i Comfort our work and our play. A Bey code position before they went out of the Way to attack him. Thl i App Muci a he under boundless gratitude to the various rabbis for their splendid help a i i i a re Quot the Quot it Whetter they Tail tron a tax t. A and their the wholesale though Tope Clement i issued two bulls for their Protection. A the country toward which the jews turned their eyes after All this woe and suffering was Poland a continued or. Taft. A Casimir the great Iff Fatsi confirmed a charter of general privileges to jews % filand originally Given by a predecessor in 1264. Bal As the Power of the Kings of Poland Pennsylvania Georgia or any. Stapf state. At the time these speeches were being made or. Untermyer was sick Tor a Hospital in Baltimore by that did not 7 deter the righteous statesmen from showing their Peg Gluf concern on this occasion Only of Jpe general weal. The Telegram of or. Untermyer is referred to Here not purpose mass Bac stairs Awai. The Protection which the gossip and second pm Ibea jpy grew dal but to express unqualified approx forbidden to own land and i al of his statement this the Dis incline pig Litif to Trade and action of Many american citizens Quad they were driven into the liquor bus iness. Manufactured kind is due to the recklessness with which the actions and motives of lug a those engaged in such work Are so of. England under i ten attacked. Free and intelligent Cromwell How Many of them Render criticism of Public a a a a red great service to the american col in any country and Par ice y liquor and were willing and anxious to have Tyllo jewz1 toll it tar. Taft recalled hoi Onley melt thing theft evolutionary , How France followed the United states in giving them Complete Legal qum for Germany after years of i and fairness in treating persecution 1850�ff a a a by the Congress of Berlin in 1879, the jews secured political and Civ Equality in Bulgaria and Serbia Turkey had already granted it to them. On the whole then at i the. Pres tical the sons of Waey have a it eco Opportunity and be exposed. Operation with us there Are still a few rabbis who have not yet taken advantage of the willing services of warm hearted jewish women who Are waiting to be enrolled As practical and enthusiastic upholders of congregational life. I most urgently ask that the rabbis whose women a societies Are doing congregational work and Are not affiliated with us do put Forth their Earnest efforts to enrol them on our roster. The propaganda committee has been fortunate As Well As Wise in forming a Large advisory committee. I know of the self sacrificing work of the Many visits and of the addresses delivered by these women and i would be remiss did i not extend to them my appreciation of their Loyal and Active service. "1 National committee on scholarships. The scholarship committee touches closely the hebrew Union College. These various. Committees Are but phases of the one big question of religious education. The problem then of Educ atonal leadership is the first of these issues. We have shown our loyalty to the hebrew Union College in Many ways and we have Many letters of warmest commendation from the Union and College authorities appreciating our efforts in seeming scholarships Fitial tents. Ten Bull those who assert j will therefore read Mph unusual Republic. But the critics should Sho of proper sense of responsibility As Well As a decent Regardi for Honor tons of those who have enjoyed Iofi esteem of the people who know them. Therein a limit beyond which the narrowest and bitterest of political antagonists should not he than Ards Hood to go. If there was any leak in connection Ith thei Pieace note pos Public interest that it should religious Freedom except in Rumania there was such a leak pleasure the report of the committee the Union Gram is no longer a Mere Experiment. It has overcome the first great obstacle of unfamiliarity. It is gaining in popularity and what is More it is not a Money loser. The publication of Little booklets in fives and tens and Tho organization of Union Gram offices have materially helped in establishing its favourable status. Very Likely the feature which has most commended it to increasing usefulness is the cause of education to which its profits Are to be devoted. It is to be hoped that. In a few months we shall have in our Treasury a respectable sum of Money to distribute to those sisterhood whose Sale of unto Grams entitles them to a share of it. Without intending to Rob any sisterhood of its just claim upon this Money i do wish top emphasize one fact. It costs the federation at least five cents to print a Union Gram Supply the envelope and a two cent stamp and therefore i think that the executive office ought to secure at least ten cents out of every Twenty five. A wider Extension of the Jojn ingrain profits is now advised. Inf Lugich As there Are some sisterhood that do not up heir Way Clear for various reasons to initiate new free schools but would like to utilise their pro rata share of Union Gram Money for religious educational work such As is involved in the scholarship fund i think it advisable and i therefore recommend to the executive Board that it consider favourably the Extension of Union Gram Money for any religious and educational work which each sisterhood May deem most desirable in her Community and also the retention by each sisterhood of the proceeds from the Salon of the unto Grams. Co operation Witk National Orvaal Aat Loaa. Fyk a Elbisi if our i relations win the Jjo Toloa of american hebrew congregations and its Board of Synagog and school Extension have grown Modept animate and desirable. We have been the recipients of unfailing courtesies on the Paf of the Union. Were it not for their financial support and the to flip encouragement which we a have constantly received we could not possible As a federation have enjoyed the official mid dignified status Woldt we have a Ftp a a a a Ike All jewish National organizations a we could not resist the Appeal of our Brethren in Europe for imme others May take away from them suggestions of helpfulness for v the increasing efficiency of their own societies we have adopted a Mph convention a series of experience meetings. The a executive Secretary has notified every sisterhood that its Delegate should present in a written five minute report the a outstanding features of its years activities and those projects it has fostered which seem to have been most successful in their respective sisterhood. We shall set aside an a hour of each session. For a More intimate interchange of opinion and suggestions and we Are most anxious that the delegates take the fullest advantage of this rare privilege to give and to take. A the organization of our federation did not at its inception formulate any plan with regard to finances in fast we never Felt the necessity of a committee on finance. We love been extremely fortunate in having the Muni Focient support of the Union of american hebrew congregations 7 we have accepted the magnificent services of our executive Secretary rabbi George Zepin and of his splendid office Force under the efficient management of rabbis Egelson and Schwarz f had we to pay for our secretaries and the office help we should have been a a Una Simf to it count udon a minimum decide what they want to do of them. A. In lips the local organization a will establish a Headquarters. Here will be grouped various social activities Public and a private. A school of social instruction will also be set up. The Block workers will be fact about infant welfare employment etc., by experts in those Fields. This information they a a a in turn disseminate to the people within their precincts. A a. Y the creation of the neighbourhood organization and the development of its work will constitute a Community Experiment. The District will be a social Laboratory i which the City As a whole will Endeavor to develop a method of work which can be duplicated in other districts. A temporary organizing committee has therefore been created made up of officers and leading members of practically every important organization and Public department. Or. A a al. Landis health officer of Cincinnati is chairman of this committee miss Kathryn Woodman financial Secretary of the Central labor Council is Secretary. A a a a a j. The plan is to hold a Public meeting at which a permanent organization representing the City As a whole will be created. A committee will be elected by this organization a to select a neighbourhood for the Experiment organize this District advise with the District workers in the conduct the unit work and direct other activities. This committee will consist of members chosen on a geographical basis who will represent the City by neighbourhoods and will keep each Section informed concerning the find is almighty �?6 wd1k 11 j�1 also have am a Leond to us and his its numbers certain members who rep resent special skill. Phe Jymm upon of Rori an to Bert i work for be. 8ler am grateful to him that i have been vise<1 j1�6 medical profession thru privileged see so much of the fam my a Bour Earnest thought and medical committee will have one repress a Mil a i Fife it a hold dear. Since its inception and committee. Similarly with the a glorious years of its group of Socal workers the have set a Standard which makes it difficult for others to reach. A Jwj by Yand i now delegates As a we Yare about to open our convention for the business of the Sessi Ozi ibid have sex presed our appreciation of the services of All who have contributed to our Success i would crave 3 extreme president r that the National significance of the la to he out along newer path it i inns confronted by social workers and needless to do any More than Mere by the people in any neighbourhood by indicate. A a but the Joy of working with so Many Noble men and women of any a Ity Are in a Large measure common Tda to nil Amidei Gobo Rhoods m has not Only eased the Road but has up tbsp cities. If therefore a a Model with modifications be extended on a very there be rotation in office. It Fao plan of work As it will be car out in Cincinnati a a a a a a organization. There Are splendid women in our midst who have the qualities of heart and mind to take charge 1 of our activities and initiate new lines and carve out new paths along which we May a Success expense of $5,000 a year. And had we paid for the space which the jewish dress of our country has so Gener reputation. National advisory committees will he a eat Edias time goes on to assist the local workers when they request it. Travelling hotel and secretarial expenses for these committees a shh pc Ned Fuyii expert i Spry Jav Quot paid out brimming i of the fund raised by the a National Lead $0 bring All these High qualities a a a a a hands. However j to Bear upon the advancing Progress the reports a of the treasurer will a of our beloved federation. New to show on financial standing As most men will have newer. Methods of pro Mittee meeting in made Arra Gemei with the Board of Synagog and sch Extension to meet the Oost of print ioness and they too. Should be a it will be possible to have them come work and its problems at first hand. Many readers of this paper Are executive com j Medure which experimentation and the functional government which has in he Chi con Servatia to of life will deem been advanced by or. Felix Adler of Ary or ism we maae arrangements worthy of adoption. And it is such j the ethical culture school in a new Lave these qualities and the cause american i Israel a close i to i their ing in the official bulletin for the hearts that i would Summor space allotted to our federation. De practical leadership of jewish bids we shall Money on hand which is Isic by in a Phi further increased. 1. Recommend regret and. Yet out of a Large York the use of the medical nursing and social worker groups As program making bodies plan is a practical attempt a make trial of this Philosoph on a Small scale. Or. Adler a was indeed late of that 1 most respectfully ask the first persons to interests himself executive Secre-1 that my name be not considered for i the Herbert Croly tary treasurer and two other chosen re election by your Eyce Cutie officers. Executive meeting biennial and my personal mrs. Willard straight a and others identified with the a new Republic who became interested through him takes place in january while our Fis Progress we have thus far marked i were instrumental ,0 apparent at a glance that the work i biennial convention of the National of six months is puked from the i federation m of amp Temple sisterhood Survey and report of the executive office and were this work included an unusual amount of embarrassment bookkeeping would actions of our hearts and the thoughts be quote tailed. Would it not be to Thel of our minds be hallowed by the keep Benefit of the executive office and for the Sake of desirable uniformity if the fiscal a year were to close a october 31st? 11 authorized rabbi Zep Inland mrs. Dowen in a letter dated november 27th, 1916 to close their i Hooks tonal social unit organization. A mrs. Daniel Guggenheim Well known so i a i a a Antawon of business. I Eniy of hey generosity bup Falsoi foe god bless you one and All a and May the time and painstaking Effort which she gives personally to neighbourhood work was a member of the original organizing committee. Mrs. Hear of Olesheimer William Loeb professor e r. A. Seligman or. So a. Gold water Adolph Lewishon and professor Felix Frankfurter serve a Ltd representative jewish members on Thea National organization. R the officers of Baudo Nln president of tie i. 0reanl2at,on Are president gift Ord Israel. Dreyfu8 defender die8. A a their reports period from i Voe Tea so 9-9? time of the famous trial of major to november 1, 1916. I recon therefore that the executive also make it mandatory for Subj of. Baudouin delivered an extended Bordea Harri Rico Viia a for a Troy in High to occupational Council Henry Bruere night lie was 70 years r i acting treasurer. Max senior Secre sequent biennials. Inasmuch As All i argument before the court in which �18 sisterhood regulate their own j he contended that Dreyfus was izod charge Bijj Liff. It of convenience if their a books conform to Titis Pra Cloe i a following the the Plait to a group of social workers Rennes court martial the annual meetings of every Sis-1 by which he was convicted was if Ilioyd take place during different tissue of lies. His argument who year gala in uniformity would be wed by the vindicated a of Dreyfus declared that the greater part of the to this i Fly last summer the jewish charities of Cincinnati Soj widely known throughout the United states for its effectiveness and Broad vision established in one of the blocks of the City a unit Experiment of its own. Very valuable move Fly a period erf ten Days was annual meeting of the various sisterhood were ? held prefer Ablow in i leg my Baudouin was the author Llu Manj the Many to read . To a 1 h
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