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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - January 18, 1917, Cincinnati, Ohio>3.- a a a Ait a vhf r 1.a a a Kari a. A. ,. Pm i a by a a i.1 a r a. A a _ 1 a .7 31� Ltd my a a a v re a a Quot a a y a a by Sis a a by it. F it a a f a al. A j a it 5 a if a a Yaj Quot. 3-&Quot 3. a a a a Quot. No it a it a v ? a a it Ltd a a. A a cd Felt my written 7� ft6��p$ Wairt face. To 0 War How pm tiles thou aft ithe widow tears the orphans erf thou claimant a thy rightful toll while Heppl Fallt a amp Gofta and n r a Quot must Dio. Or a a a und men How desolate the Onoe fair Fields thy passing leaves blood dyed the t 8�d> a is a a it a. And yet thou Surgest unmoved july player men fear god. 0 peace Why Dost thou Tarry Long Frome Forth and let thy radiance Shine to warring lands thy message beat brotherhood and love divine. God Grant us thy most precious gift that cruelty and famine cease lord lift up thy countenance r upon thy children Send us peace. Katle Jessel Joseph. It. Wayne ind. A i y i t to i Union american hebrew congregations and National federation Temple sister a a ? a hoods a ious textbooks Eki cation scattered groups jews by. Correspondence and All the varied activities usually by several boards in other denominational bodies. The a Fifish interest wok american he it visit surely would leave a profound know that jewish Joung men and impression. When the Councle to Fol women Are lost to,4a at the age Gates and the National advisory Board. It is hoped that the cons Titu a a Baltimore in 1891, the College had graduated Twenty Liwo rabbis today the alumni number 172. Of these 141 occupy pulpits Hulm Rte the country five Are doing pm annal work a a a congregations in the work three Are member the faculty and the tract commission the Board three Are doing professional work do editors jewish religious Litera restly connected with the Union. The 16. While Many again a wide themselves Many More Ture the superannuated ministers fund the National federation Temple sisterhood f and recommended several changes in the Constitution. The Climax his report was the rec College is realizing the Hopes and dreams its founders. It is the Light and the Hope american Judaism a Isa Fea Blair ntyx<li>�3 a your attention is called to the re commendation to raise $3,000,000 for port the chairman the Board Are permanently to ate Judaism from that Day . Later in the course these meetings the subject will be Oil. Discussed by a those who have dealt with Young men and women and who know their needs and character. The suggestion i desire a make Here will i believe in no Way be affected by the discussion that gras follow. From All a inf the country we Are receiving report Jpn the organisation will be revised by the adoption a the Council the report Iffie committee amp a thing must be done and Donet quickly pension the Ifni fits recital leg i leave this matter to the Wisdom ithe Progress Judaism in America with great interest. 9m0v9phhp9hishnhhmm0i9iili�fmli���m�irdlomiiis�adnounemelof pr<>8ram at a a submitted As such report May be Jet for which this Union was Stab j pension a and amended in the judgment coif Ieie a Sehtah More a a Law tue pfc in june 191% by authority the executive Board seven delegates representing the Union american in the continuation these Many enter 0te. The message was listened to with deep interest and at the conclusion there was a decided manifestation approval. Re a we i message follows pm president Freiberg s message. To the Twenty fifth Council the Union american hebrew congregation Twenty five years ago the Connell delegates civil rights. It contains much matter that is interesting and much that is worthy serious consideration. It will show also that the chairman the Board Hon. Simon Wolf has been As Faithf Las a Vajk in the discharge his duties and has Lef a nothing undone in his labors Ilg behalf the oppressed and the unfortunate. On november 28th, . Wolf celebrated his Eightieth birthday anniversary. With a Host others. Tion the Young Nsefik purposes religious an the Union met in this City Balti the executive Board tendered its fell 52? 4 happily some the leaders citations that auspicious occasion that Day Are still with us though May a kind Providence keep him in Twenty fifth biennial Council the Union and 8econd biennial the Siet Rhoode at Baltimore january 16,17, 18 pm the Twenty fifth biennial Council the Union american hebrew congregation and the second biennial convention the National federation Temple sisterhood met in Baltimore md., january 16, 17 and 18, at hotel Belvedere Many notable men and women being present. This Council had been looked Forward to with much interest and no Little concern by the in and women from All parts the country who Are in touch with the matters most nearly concerning the jews in this time anxiety when the world is waiting not without very grave forebodings though with Hope and Faith for a providential adjustment the world calamity Aero to get sea. The Union american hebrew congregation is composed 196 the principal jewish congregations in most them have gone to their Reward. The influence it their lives and labors is still with us and serves. 4 jewish National organisations in a we lieu a conference to be held in new York .8�v a july the meeting was held �ration1 takes Oto a Sor july with an<1 ,e<1 in f0rmj0 the Synagog elsewhere Temple and Community centers has not the time Orew congregations were appointed to meet with delegates from other j Rayon i aspect. It is because listed More than forty years ago and among jews a was received with in that its duties Are a greater and More a bounded enthusiasm a a tribute to the numerous now than they were at that Tea himself who has Given Many time. Engrossed in our personal and years Hii Lufft. To this department local affairs we Are Apt to forget the unions activities. A it a overlap Oflahe it need and i proposes a the report the Comsat tree National organization this kind but ways and Means under the chairman there is no problem local Sig wifi ship Adolph ? s. Ochs publisher Ranee that is not reflected Many times itis Mevoli flies Wab Les pre getting Forth a budget for the their religion that jew have my i a Wdig Vived and it i for this Union to so build upon the work its founders a wednesday afternoon. The Progre pc the hebrew Union., re a a a a to Abi Encan Judaism May show 10 conference jewish National j the world that the indent Faith a amp for a animations. An executive Board was be to Marvive Best and reach come for standardizing this work Bab representation. The object the a Potot my Othu a the Union its 3mnflufpoe in a free Viron that american Judaism May show to College was featured in a report pre hebrew Union College is in Cincinnati and est a _1 have organization i to attempt to secure r�a8on it Berwid amp to. Eede ration a rsm Gem a atom Europe i May a a ibor Lions this moot Rwy i pm so i a rights a thu so Hull a and go al has a faculty numbering some the most famous scholar. Or. Kaufman by Meneas j Foremost jewish a scholar is president this faculty. A Tab would result a Ted. A my .1� spirit Hab san Lesb Werchau a a Dwiht with offlcer8 0 Jewth con. K the fear this Hom a Nam bar occupy some the subject and would serve to stimulate interest in this new phase religious work. A it respectfully com Gres organization with a View it finding common ground upon which to hold a Congress representative health and strength for years to come. ,. Sra agog Aai school but Estloa. Increase activity seems to be the to hold up the hands the younger. Maas a too a us Burden the report the depart ment Synagog and school Extension each recurring year. New problems present themselves continually and if they fail to present themselves they Are sought out by the tireless director rabbi George Zepin. Your attention is called to the printed report the Board managers and director. It will give in detail an account the Many activities the department. It will demonstrate that men who have taken their places with renewed Zeal for israelis cause. As \ the City in which we meet today has been tried by fire and has risen in greater majesty so Israel surviving persecution hardship and misery will Rise again and again until the world will hear and understand his message one god and one occurring in this a monumental City a May this meeting prove to be a Monument tip a the path the Union toward higher achievement. The Laws the Union require that the Pesll Dent submit to each Council a report what has been done during t he interim but it is impossible to submit More than a resume. The printed reports the officers and boards Are before file and give in detail an account the business the Union firing the past two years but they cannot give an account the daily work in which the real Story Effort is written. I memorial. A it is with sadness that we report ,. ,. A die Inai i ers the organization study circles this departments work is As has been said frequently a constructive character. It was for the preservation mend this to the a a Tiffa the coun All the jews the United states for National federation Temple it is a cause for congratulation that the National federation Temple sisterhood has shown rapid and consistent growth. The federation is four Yean old and now numbers 160 constituent societies with a total membership about Twenty thousand. The Union has found in the federation the same efficient ally As the congregation finds in its sisterhood the annual publication the jewish Art Calendar contributing to War suffer tuesday afternoon a p tuesday afternoons session was the object expressed above. The re up in consideration the suit these negotiations was in the religious problem the Young Man formation a committee 140 re 7��? woman. The discussion presenting the two organizations ?. A pm Ujj fonder which committee met in new York ,ef90rt,, pol Clai Economy. Johns december 25th and determined to i Hopkins University who delivered an hold Congress in Washington not later address How to attract Young than May 1st. It is hoped that this people to the Synagog. Tollan Congress will truly represent All the Der has been a professor at Johns jews the United states and that Hopkins for Many years and his a its utterance will assist in bringing to a a the jews the belligerent lands Abed Hin to Ai Jority and Europe what every american jew de conviction a subject great inter sires for them no More and no less the Ulf Iii pm wwwmmw��.,. Sidary organizations represents about the demise during the past year a one million jews. The Union supports a College for educating rabbis a department Synagog and school Extension and a Board delegates civil rights Igus. These departments Are in charge separate boards which will present detailed reports at the sessions the Council. Many subsidiary organizations a the Union held their periodic meet a Flag at the same time As the Gunion such a the National federation j Temple sisterhood the Board editors religious literature. The tract commis Siori and the commis very Active member our executive Board . Martin a. Marks Cleveland. Or. Marks has been a member the Board for nine years and was greatly interested in All the affairs the Union. A Man Strong personality deep religious feeling and a profound sympathy for All humane and philanthropic movements a he brought to our councils at the same time a native ability that went far to assist in solving serious problems. He was a Man Force and kindliness. With Quot his loved ones we mourn his taking off. The poor have lost a Judaism in this country that this Union was founded hence it is but proper that the educational work the hebrew Union College should be supplemented and reinforced by the missionary work Synagog and school Extension. Much is being done and More should be done but we Are hampered by a Lack financial resources. New tasks that should be undertaken suggest themselves from time to time but some must be deferred for want funds. We Hope that in the near future the revenues the Union will be increased to such the opening free religious schools in congested districts the attentions to University students the founding the Union museum social work among sick a Fly Jwj fortunate women and the annual contribution twelve scholarships to the hebrew Union College Are some the things done by the sisterhood. ? a the National federation is now holding its biennial session in this building and with our congratulations we extend our Best wishes for a pleasant and successful meeting. Mulea Balletto. l i j to. A a a 3ml-�?T jt1 v , Rev a to t 0 the first year the bulletin was published it was a pamphlet eight pages with a a mailing list 15,000. Than jail the citizens this country possess a qual right and equal Opportunity. Muhm Limhi the discussion was participated in by Many rabbis and laymen for the problem is easily the most important an extent that we May feel Able to al la a a Nylz it Utah i feb. I the second year it was published by party two a Ftp a Sion superannuated ministers fund. Friend. Judaism a Champion. His these bodies although Independent in j memory is a Blessing and an inspire their deliberations present reports motion. The Union american hebrew con a. Gregat ions. For some time past we have been among the men prominent in com a unable to report any substantial gain Mercial and Public life who attended in the number congregations be undertake freely any tasks that seem to be within the province this very important department. The local work the department is carried through forty five supervisors Synagog and school Extension and eighty four Deputy supervisors. All these Are rabbis who through the medium the National organization Are brought into direct Contact with the religious needs their surroundings. In this Way we have operated during the past year in More than 200 cities and town. In addition to this work the office is in constant correspondence with Many places and had a circulation 31000.? the third year it appeared monthly rvs distributed to a mailing list 34 000. During the past year there being no biennial session it was published bimonthly and distributed to a mailing list 38,000. A the up Jewth was occasioned by the Large amount matter presented and which it was thought proper and advisable to print and circulate. The bulletin gives a comprehensive account the doings the Union and its various depart ments and should be read by All who t receive it. 1 fear that some do not the most prominent pulpits in it he country. A r an admirable record service was received in the report Hon. Simon Wolf Washington d. C., Jaii. Man the Board Delegate civil rights. Much the activity the Board was expended in dealing with various problems arising in connection with immigration and the present War in Europe. The Board also Cut my i ii Ted in providing Relief for jewish War sufferers. R. Even to a a entertainment. J the delegates were invited to the Homes prominent Baltim oreans a for the Early part the evening. I a a reception and entertainment was Given for the delegates both Jam Union and the federation at tip Phoenix club. Jewish women in convention. Many notable jewish women gathered in Baltimore to attend toe�?Tm8pp biennial meeting the National federation Temple sisterhood an affiliated body the Union american hebrew congregations. The National federation Temple sisterhood comprises 150 societies affiliated with congregations and aggregating Over 20,000 members. The federation was organized in Cincinnati in 1013. Both the federation and the Union american hebrew congregations meet every two years to hear reports the activities their various depart ments and to discuss matters pertaining to the welfare their constituent bodies. Shier it Rosen earn new a a a jul a a clue each organization is holding their Good wishes that Day and a Ifil a separate meeting the transaction that do not today join me in wishing a Public schools and no sectarian songs business there Are a number 1 v Tiff i a a a 1 % Rvl clan i % a right _ the jews the United states have a Eon fonts All religious Given a notable demonstration their a animations. The discussion Crystal sympathy for their distressed Brethren in in Fri in the War torn a to Urle ofli__________1 .1_________________ Europe. Let us Pray for the Early a animations a whose purpose it shall coming the time when peace will be to 8timulato� kn8tand� a come upon the world bringing with it Vork a description. Sized in at Resolution to organize a a federation ? Young Peoples Freedom and Justice to All men. A a it. In. A a r a r oar Secretary is not a perfunctory word appreciation that i desire to offer at ibis time to our Secretary mris Lipman Levy our Secretary for upward forty years the Only Secretary that the Union has Ever had. One can not serve for forty years without becoming forty years older. On August 28th . Levy celebrated his 80th birthday and i am sure that there Are few if the matter has been treated several times recently in the columns the Isba elite and attention was invited to a the i necessity for i unifying and coordinating efforts $�1 find a Way to draw the Young people into a closer connection with the congregation and its Endeavor work. A the approval the convention was asked the Survey which places the a Honor Roll american cities the names 19, cities a which have Here present that did not offer, Ivy be him happiness and length Days in n hip school it Iblis. The meetings the Union Are j. Walter Freiberg and Chas. Shohl Cincinnati pres Den did vice president respectively the organization with Large Cincinnati delegation Jacob h. Schiff new York and Adolph s. Ochs publisher the new York times both whom Are members the executive Board. Julius Rosenwald Chicago was one the prominent men present other men Active in Many walks life who were there for the meeting Are judge Josiah Cohen Pittsburgh Max j. Kohler Ludwig Vogelstein and David Leventritt new York City Jos. Schonthal Columbus Ohio and Hon. Harry Cutler Providence r. I. Hon. Simon Wolf the venerable longing to the Union. In fact there do not appear to be put any ogs and schools religious welfare congregations Ava Ilab e for m work among jewish students in uni where advice and assistance is sought a 1cp p i i a j. Tica Tion fhettimeworaquo1j��?omafis the those read the ment includes organization Syna the hebrew Union College hangs his portrait a work Art presented by his children to commemorate their lathers 80th anniversary and a3 a Token the love he bears the Union and the College. It will remind us and those who come after u3 life time service in the cause Judas say Jpn ways sad Means. We have come upon a critical period a Juii Schiff gives $100,000. According to press dispatches filed late tuesday might a for the first time in the history american jewry it has been proposed by the Union american hebrew congregations to unite the Reform and orthodox con Gie Gainons Between whom there has existed a wide breach especially in open meetings attended. By the 0mc�tw�epi� sisterhood who Are Here for the meeting Are mrs. Abram Simon Washington d. C., the president mrs. J. Walter Freiberg Cincinnati Ohio the vice president mrs. Israel Cowen Chicago 111., the treasurer and mrs. Ben Lowenstein Cincinnati a Ohio the recording Secretario rabbi Geo ship. However we believe that As the membership the More newly formed congregations gradually become accustomed to the american method voluntary association in Organiza tons representative in form a gradual in-1 crease in our constituency is sure to follow. While we have not gained greatly in the number congregations we have grown in co Grega Jug a Ous services at summer resorts tonal membership which is now the a pu5ijcation religious literature and i National Advt Ory Board. It is to be regretted that not All ceremonial forms worship. ,. The announcement came in tip re j? Cut fee Secretary and in the Maiuu f the Union. A fat in Ort commission pensions i i Kyu Segelson aex ecu come has not been sufficient to meet a up Chi i in which there was the tive Secretary. A w m expenditures. Something must be ann0unoem�nt 0f the $100,000 gift by in tuesday the residents Mea Sage was listened realm kiss Lone to increase materially our re i a a Sahib. Of new York. The t sources. It we Are verities among jewish inmates a congregations have appointed correctional institutions jewish a their quota membership in the patients in hospitals and jewish sol tonal advisory Board. About half Diers in Garrison. Religious instruct the total number congregations Tion to jewish children upon farms via re Nide speh appointments the a a Mimi has to to establish a and in isolated communities the organising state teachers associations and furnishing them with religious school exhibits conducting re largest in the history the Union. We now have enrolled As members 198 congregations with a reported contributing membership 22,435, an increase during the past year 729, Way to give the affairs the Union local application and to bring the Union closer to the people. There is no reason Why each congregation should our present Revenue the Union must Cut Down its work and with it. Its usefulness. Six years ago realizing that the Union had not it its command sufficient funds to f carry it properly the work the department Synagog and school Extension that department called to its Aid . J. Leonard Levy Pittsburgh for the purpose creating a special fund its needs. To . Levy we owe a not have its representatives the a a lasting debt gratitude for it is Large other matters for the details which we Nal organization continuously in a a a a a a chairman the Board Delegate Sand since the 24th Council 652. It civil rights Washington d. A. Ii a pleasure to note a More Liberal was also present. Joseph Wiesenfeld tendency the part congregations was chairman the Baltimore com a in reporting membership. Perhaps Mittee arrangements which num a there is still in some places room for hers among its constituents Many i improvement. It should be re Mem prominent Baltim oreans. A Breed that from dues congregations the morning and afternoon were a comes our Only fixed income that the you Are again referred to the printed 8tead limiting such representation report. Sinai it it congregation the to the Council which meets Bat a few Bronx established under the auspices a Days in two years. The National and this department is now in a Home j vi8�fy by Ard has conducted rec it moly supporting. In order to carry no additional educational work in a new York which conditions made it appear an inquiry into the subject objectionable literature in the Public schools. The result this inquiry is submitted to you in printed form. No necessary the Board managers was i to the hear future increased by the addition a new York committee Synagog and devoted to meetings the executive boar3 at hotel Belvedere the convention Headquarters. The various boards and committees presented reports which were sub iffy a to the delegates at the a subsequent sessions. The meetings the Union were ushered in monday evening by a Relig ious services tithe har Sinai Temple bolts Street. A Large Assembly visitors cd local residents thronged the edifice. Or. Louts Grossmann Cincinato offered the invocation. Rabbis William Rosenau Chas. Rubenstein and Morris Lazaron Baltimore participated in the Reading congregational membership is the basis representation and its total shows our numerical strength. None these considerations should be lost sight and promising that every will be found to engage the attention the Board. School Extension. The chairman superannuated minutes re a we. The committee is Hon. David Leven 1 the commission superannuated Tritt and the vice chairman judge Irving Lehman. This committee has ministers fund authorized by the 23d Council to be appointed in co opera been at work but a Short time. Its Tion with the Central conference report printed with the others is be Survey has been made jewish religious educational conditions in the the service. Or. David Philipson i Sinai Wasa wis., Temple Israel Cincinnati delivered an inspiring ser Tulsa okla., Beth al Rockford m., . Or. Philipson strongly protested aha Vath Sholom Brooklyn n. Y., Dollar received is worthily a Bow fore you n recites the fact that a we a gym that As generous As possible in reporting membership. Since the 24th Council the following congregations have been admitted to membership in the Union Eman Uel Chelsea conn., Beth Zion Bradford pa., Rodeo Sholom Anderson ind., Beth Elohim Charleston s. C., Beth Ahab Muskogee okla., it. American rabbis has been constantly at work during the past two years and probably will be prepared to present to this Council a report its in Bronx District where we have been Vestiga ions and deliberations. Again against the Zioni Stic movement Holfling that internationalism alone would a liable the jews to retain their place Heb Sholom Sandusky o., Beth Israel Plattsburg n. A. Temple Israel Oil City pa., Ohabi Sholom Boston at a work for five years. The serious condition revealed by this report with respect to the limited facilities for religious education is a matter for Earnest consideration. Nothing is More important for us than the religious this subject is recommended to the serious consideration the Council it is our Manifest duty to provide for 1 to his efforts that we have had sufficient funds to carry the work a Synagog and school Extension in a manner though not All we wished still with something like effectiveness. The Appeal made during the 23d Council at Cincinnati brought some results in the Way contributions payable in ten annual instalments. The actual receipts have not been equal to the sum expected annually from those subscriptions. In my annual report to the $4th Council Quot a. Called attention to our financial difficulties but account the conditions that obtained at that time a but a few months after the beginning the european War no Appeal a was made t for increased contributions. Moreover there is a constant shrink age in the annual subscriptions due to death and other causes and this makes it necessary continually to secure new subscribers. The a attend off the executive Board was directed be unjust to create two funds for Rab Bis and says a single fund will 1mi a the greatest thing undertaken by the commissions report stated it would w 4. A. A animation and recommended Many new lines activity. The National federation Temple ,4 in a a a sisterhood has scored a number Union inasmuch As it will unite the vie Scripa in it a loot fms a Vaal _ it a Tiia Row i Dimiat i vl�one8 mine last four years and jews country religiously As nothing yet undertaken by its members is Likely to the name the fund will be changed from a fund for superannuated rabbis to a the Synagog pension the maximum pension is fixed at $2.500 a year and the minimum at $500. A separate fund is recommended for orphans and widows rabbis. Is banquet tuesday evening. Over six Hundred delegates j sat Down to Banquet at the Belvedere hotel tuesday evening. The venerable president the hebrew Union College Cincinnati . Kaufma amp in Kohler pronounced Grace. Rabbi we. Rosenau Baltimore acted As toastmaster. Among the speakers who helped to make the banquet successful were j. Walter Freiberg j president the Union american hebrew congregations who spoke a the status the Union a Chas. Shohl Cincinnati vice president the Union spoke off a Home missions a Edward l. Heinsheimer Cincinnati president the Board governors the hebrew Union College spoke the old age the spiritual leaders again to these conditions at its annual our congregations. It is a matter that should have been cared for years ago. Education the jewish youth and \ to hop that before Long a Well de we feel therefore that the work that a Vised plan will be in actual operation. We have done for five years in new York is amply justified. In recounting the activities this department it is Only proper to acknowledge the conspicuous services the rabbis who among the nations. The service closed mass., Greensboro hebrew greens have entered wholeheartedly and in with a prayer by . Kaufman Kobler Boro n. C., jul Ted a spew president the hebrew Union col mo., new Synagog new York City up a nil a i my pm a a Iii we a bpm a in tuesday morning january 16. G the 1 outstanding feature the opening session tuesday morning Temple Sinai Lake Libarle hebrew Union College. A a a the establishing the hebrew Union College in its new buildings selfishly into these numerous undertakings. Among the Many friends the first anniversary the death our lamented Friend and co worker Solomo i Fox the members his family gave the first donation to this fund the sum 1,760. It was a Beautiful sentiment that inspired this commemoration one who loved a this Union and All that for which a meeting in december 1915. The fact s that for Many years past the re Cepitis the Union have not Meen equal to its expenditure with the result that the endowment fund Ihas been drawn upon to meet enix Cut expenses to the amount $181,000. In a cd time it has Founti a museum att few jewish ecclesiastical Art in Cincinnati has increased its membership from 5,000 to 20,000 has adopted a Large program social service work for jewish Young men and a women in Pimp for soldiers and a ors Etc., Etc. Has put the Market a Telegram substitute known As the a Sun Ingram a the profits which go for the maintenance free sunday schools huh presented 26 $300 scholarships to the hebrew Union College and publishes a Beautiful jewish Art Phil . Each the a tory the 8ubmarine. Everybody knows with what Dea a effect the submarine has assailed British shipping. Few people Are aware that the. Prime purpose the sum Marine As cherished by the Man who developed to was to overthrow what he considered English tyranny. He was an Irish Patriot born in county Clare and saturated with no m _ a a a .�pti-briti8h sentiment. My he 071 to this country after a vainly see Khz a Slais 10 solve problem undersea Navi Board i it delegates spoke a jewish i a a a immigration and the War to Jacob h. Gat Ion and to interest his Irish Friend m in it at Home he drifted into a hot a and continued his a in mlle Goepf effortful american Roll. A his first ,�?11 boat was but at i Paterson. Loj. Lid phia. Talked a jewish life a rabbi la i la a. Martin Meyer san Francisco Dis to a be angkor a theh cussed a the jewish conditions in the re so far West a and a irs my ram Simon the meantime the a pens Ope a president the National federation ing All departments jct Odog the he Tempie sisterhood gave a Bril was the report vote president Thi tour years to -cm.toh.vegweb. Donlon Union a in Birtt 1 n Nrec Gre new a use to the a re am nations j. Walter Freiberg Cin port the Board governors is est innate. Or. Freiberg who is one specially recommended for your Peru the most forceful figures at the con Sal with a suggestion that it will mention is recognized also As one found interesting. Too much cannot the most popular jewish Lay leaders be said in com m Enda Tion the earn in America. Or. Freiberg has Achley est activity this Board and Partick and supporters the Union there Are stands a pious son the household none More Loyal than these men. Who Israel whose taking off we deplore and often without due appreciation to the work Synagog and school is due to All them. A federation Yong people a j it is my pleasure to Point out the important place that has been assigned in the deliberations this so Adios 69,000, and a careful estimate show and whose memory we will Ever Cher the department Synagog acid Ian own i the Union bulletin$38,000. The 24th Council authorized the a the general expense the Union is brew Union College has been in areas _ _ ing year by year. The Cost operate Quot congregational rabbi we. Ing the College a up fird Rosenau. President the Central failure was finally dismantled and its inventor Sank the Hull in four feet iian talk a the position woman 3�8&.? to orig Tim 1 was recovered and is to be preserved for its historic conference american rabbis the ish. Ointment a tract commission in provided for by the executive Board la drop Toston toe to a diary co operation with the general Confer is about $15,000. What we should societies meeting at this time in ence american rabbis. The commission was appointed shortly after have As a minimum is for the College $75,000, Futi. Synagog and school Exten the Story it and John p. Hollands further labors and final Suc Oess will Surprise the present generation As told in the new Book a fall about inventions a published in America by Funk amp wag Nalls company. if Maliu toe a a Hub to. Lands warships foundering suddenly ?"ager8. �8�?~ school from underwater Alcocks and it seems toastmaster spoke the work a the Central i wednesday morning january 17. Wednesday morning was marked by the adjournment that Council and Sion $50,000, and for general Pur Extension whose Headquarters Are in joke Orue Leht irony that his dream since that time has been at Wor amp Many obstacles had to be overcome poses $25,000, a total $150,000 per Cincinnati was the first order Busi annul. R present income is omit Ness and the recital its work aroused prominence in civic affairs having Jearly its president Edwardl. Nroblem1 i one which Tay to Quot securing favourable Ting Odd Quot figure dues from Congre de great enthusiasm been one that members the in cooperation with i two religious prowl pfc Mew a -.-4 a a charter commas St in for the City Cincinnati. For three successive terms the faculty the Board gives devoted attention to the welfare theg Sto one the most important our in 3ent"s"tt Ery and it la i the occupied the position president proper to say that a no educational adults. The Dat to treat a variety objects concern Miffy Fri Pri vile yes. The first tract a Gallons $26,000, donations and be will soon be issued to a mailing list quests $20,500, contributions to Syna the Board has operated in 1,402 Goto and a Hoiu Extension $21,000, an j in 109 scattered jewish groups in Small should be at last realized for i the satisfaction England a enemies outside Ireland. A i inti Ink tat they will Nual contributions $4,400, income from towns in 11 institutions for defect like the prophets. The Union american hebrew congregations. ? z the presidents message reviewed the work emf last two years. It a. Inq dwelt upon the remarkable growth i about equal in number to he papa the hebrew Union College the Rab the co Liegmann is Quality is Fine institution Are students Given More personal care and consideration by to Hoff to whom they Are Jet trusted than in this. The student body is the superstructure tomorrows Judaism. We have made a litle encouraging Progress in the Field elementary a a a education. L dts to Sud remains to be done but we have gotten ing jewish matters religion and i $5,200, sales publications by Board Tives in 47 institutions for delinquents in 27 military encampments in 29 again it appears that James Darm Stettos was right when he declared. History for the information jews managers $3,600. Total $87,700. It summer Resto in connection with 8 in his fatuous essay 8 and chum Are la . Will be noted that the item annual jewish state religious teachers Asso oils Rae that these Nen were contributions is very Small . Fits agents have f travelled Hini Cai College in Cincinnati. He . Freiberg dwelt upon thei unusual ounces the department 08og and a Geh Oolf Extension an entirely new departure info Hurch circles dealing with Mission work publication Bellg our bearing sufficiently to be Able to Ali ii Fredt act Loltie i. Huh. I i i a a a teach the. A it to. .n.lht.ur changes Viz an increase in the number the executive Board and the six Hundred years ahead their �?�mpn8iototo� peace a the Hope Toto to Atli and never has there been the faculty headed by . A him the president is composed eminent scholars and teachers. Amp ii no grows a steadily and is an i Pylon tha a Ommittee authorized by the list annual contributions very Short 166,043 Miles in pursuance their 24th Council to submit a revised con about 160. It is suggested that Here a Kay a wore1 be out 1 a More promising Outlook for the a Sti Tirawi has brought in a report for is where we should end Avor to m 8�nt z v later adolescence from 16 to h is still yo7h�y? not Quot the he a i for each h to Torso. We told d jewish i in itself. It is in fortunate we Tofke an ave not the Opportunity to flu we Waku a a a the colleges an occasional visa such 1 and comes out confused. We Only As a National organization we should by this office last year number our subscribers by the thou-1 the floor was Pmj Given to . J. D a and i believe this can be to Ifcic Pard eve amp Pittsburgh whose complis ment this Hope than in the plan outlined by the Lead Fuelto enforce peace the most practical a that we Ean i amp la Pimer to mgt a combi Aison the by a re Dale a Raach the people. In any event Flag to a a oks a 1 Max a. A Tell a a

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