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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - March 1, 1917, Cincinnati, OhioTit3in i fit up Ipp we mix or la it Voli in n volume 63. Cincinnati. March 1, 1917, number 35. For a a a 1 a��119mnlu-j7tftif of a Naito f r it a r in a of a a a mtg in us m three quarters i of a Century ago seventy five years was not considered a Long then very # country nor for that matter in the Mother lands across the seas. In Thober Flaute Bidi fleas and ancient customs still obtained. The touch of modernism had not yet quickened the thought the impulse and the practical energies of the world. Tradition precedent the judgments of the Law of the land Fco Efi the Law of the Book. The puritanism of the new eng Sund communities was stir the dominant religious Force. The publications of the Day consisted chiefly of Church doing. A Jet j��1i� occasions Public and Pri Tutte a to ill educational and what not the first number on the program was a religious one As usually woj Pofe last one also. There was a close connection Between Church and Spiky custom and tacit agreement from the Congress Down to the Little District school. But it was All Christian protestant Christian mainly Jpn the jew had no place in it. To urns fisc de apart from ids Fellows he could not join with them in giving expression to his natural sentiments and emotions because it was All distinctly Christian. They did not understand him nor did he understand them. He was still the ghetto jew enveloped Fekn i amp it sphere of my ten up dipped tradition. He was with them but not of them. It was so in 1842 when Bene Yeshurun congregation was founded it was so in 1846 when Isaac m. Wise came to America it was so or nearly so when Plum Street Temple was dedicated in 1866. To change this to obtain for the jew not Only civil and political rights not Only recognition for his abilities his loyalty his obedience to Josf sad his passionate desire an american in the Best sense of. The word but to compel a decent regard for his religion and for his con Sci tent Iowa Observance of if and Den pm highest precepts was the task of the go Greg amp Tion Bene Yeshurun and its great Leader. How Well that task has been accomplished the accounts of the dual anniversary Celebration of february 28, Lull i to attest. But in Quot the Early Days there was a Dull Monotony in the material the moral and the religious world the heritage of the Ages which was Only just beginning a i up under a new order of things As yet Only dimly outlined a new order that to of poetic minds of the leaders to be alone could Descry. We were beginning to emerge from that idea of Church oligarchy which had come Down to us from the very beginning of history and which had proved the curse of All Peoples in All times in Apfl waking out of the Nightmare of the Ages. The la aristocrat. Ruled because he monopolized the qualities and the sex percent to to Ipi. This is equally True of the druids of Britain the incas of an i gel the naked Savages of Africa and the North Imerio Dia a w i n a of the passes a Jar the Prift super Lor few has been the a Cret Jagt go Era Mefi a Foj a in i the outset. Time circumstance and a brutal though perhaps natural disregard for what should be Tfir sacred rights of the minority make the sum of the history of the dominant churches and Conata Tui my woe Gime the jews have been the of helpless victims for close up it Wenty a of feb ies. was the a status seventy five years ago Wmk the schism that later proved the salvation of the jews of America possibly of the world divided the Cwg relation Bene Israel and the factional quarrel resulted in the a brition of congregation Bene Yeshurun destined to become the leading congregation of american Jean kit Waal he division in 1842 that marked the parting of the ways. Prom that Date Forward the Progress of Reform was along a dearly marked Trail a somewhat primitive path apr True but one that eventually led into the Miln Road it enlightenment and rapid advancement once the goal was in sight. The Handicap of custom and tradition had been removed the Dawn of a betters Day had begun. Thill tendency to be misled by that plausible argument that human mature is the same the world Over and has a always been a so. That doctrine is somewhat too Strong for those who believe in Progress and evolution. Human nature in that sense has j not changed but it has manifested itself according to the environment. In a Forward direction it Haft income refined but its vices and cruelties have become refined in even greater de Grok for a spa al according to his View of Hutnan nature tortured his victim with sword and fire because he had sub Offitt by Force i the hierarchies jul Csc followed in the Superior refinement of their Peculiar human nature tortured their victims with a variations of the primitive Sara not and fire to which were added he mental anguish and torture of the victim not of Conquest but of a Legal Suh Feuge political chicanery a Relig jew intolerance and other manifesta human a nature refined. A a a i to if revolt against these and repressive inheritances was slow sad Uncertain of Gro Irth in the european countries where All things have an historical background and customs As Well As prejudices Are deep rooted transplanted to the Rich Virgin of America it throne wonderfully. Tie spirit of Freedom and personal Liberty prospered amazingly in this v d of Lalith so a that a fell. On a occasion of the the of fikh anniversary of the fran Dong of Bene Yeshurun congregation or. Isaac m. Wise in his memorable address was Able to rejoice with his people Over pie great benefits already be by fed and the Promise of even greater ones for the future. It must be a remembered that when he delivered this Sermon or. Wise had been in America Ipp Plumi half Offil Lury and in Cincinnati for thirty eight years of that time As rabbi of and in a a up it congregation simultaneously editing the israelite and die Deborah and conducting the affairs of the hebrew Union College ? As its president not to speak of his labors in connection with the other organizations he had founded. It May therefore he assumed that his estimate of the position and prospects of the jews in America is Correct. It must also be borne in mind that the Sermon was delivered a decade after the influx of refugee jews from Russia and Eastern Europe had begun. In View of All this the republication of the Sermon at this time will afford illuminating and profitable Reading. A a i for. Wise Maddre. In the year 1892, closing the fourth Century after the discovery of America closing also the disgraceful chapter of mediaeval history in the one Hundred and sixteenth year of our Republic closing the Era of despotism a this congregation is assembled Here to celebrate the Jubilee of its Semi Centennial existence As a chartered body under the Law of the then Youthful state of Ohio. The years 1492 and 1776 connect like the efficient and final causes. In the plan of Providence America was opened to the influx of europeans for the very purpose of proclaiming Freedom and Equality and closing the chapter of Deposit ism. Furthermore in 1492 the hapless descendants of Israel were expelled from Spain afterwards also from Portugal and the two sic Ilies and others persecuted and Many of them driven from tiv air Homes in germ a went homeless and friendless into Africa Turkey and Palestine Italy Poland Hungary and the countries of the lower Danube. Alas their wrongs were righted nowhere and at no time until the merry Chimes of Freedom echoed from the Tower of Independence Hall in the year 1776, chiming sounding echoing and re echoing the divine words a and be shall proclaim Freedom to All inhabitants of the a Rulu a so the secret a Providence in the a a discovery of America was disclosed. Closely conf id it fit Era of 1776 is the Start of modern Judaism. A also the Bird had found a a the wild aimlessly wandering a nest to place its Young ones with altar lord of hosts up King and my Freedom changed the conceptions of redeemed humanity. It always did. After redemption from Egypt came the indic revelation from Babylon came the Golden Era of the new Jerusalem As the prophets had predicted. After the redeeming proclamation of Liberty in 1776 modern Judaism began to Dawn on All the people that had Dweller in darkness. They began to see a great Hight. Freedom purifies the mental atmosphere and animates the spiritual Eye. A. This modern Judaism naturally reached�clima3p6 its very Birthplace in american Judaism with All the Lustrous rays of glory now beaming fron spa ppm the daughter of Zion. This american Judaism with its Broad liberality catholicity humanity and Charity to All Piid Fafri of Man with its enlightened conceptions of god men morality and duty with its exalted position upon the Summit of Faith without the Clouds 0 unreasonable Dogny Sas though indeed the Shecinah had returned to israelis Temple and the Seraphim from on High shouted in it a holy holy holy is the lord of hosts the Earth is full of his this american Judaism was planted cultivated and ripened under the genial so of Freedom by t of a Dee mag sons and daughters who reared those magnificent temples All Over the land was primarily but up by the sons and daughters in the West and Southwest anyhow of k. K. Bene Yeshurun whose Semi Centennial Jubile e we now celebrate before the eternal god to Call upon All children of Man with the divine proclamation a Praise the lord be Peoples All extol him Allye nations. For mightily revealed i Over us is his Grace and the truth of top lord which is every lasting. psalms Jbf a whoever knows this body of generous a and High minded israelite that established and raised this congregation the work done and the motives underlying it during this half Century of its existence must feel compelled to confess a a a Fyk that on this solemn of Crafton a we May justly exclaim with the inspired Bard a for mightily revealed Over us is the Grace 5 of be his Grace is visibly revealed in the a . Of. Our Brethren All Over the land that this Quot k. Yeshurun so Small in its Start is now one of the most respectable and most Active and most peaceable and influential a organizations in the american Wael a the work done is Well appreciated because widely known. Less known Are the motives and their purely spiritual effect therefore we will attempt to unravel them As that part of history which remains traditional. Historia non script. One of the first objects of the revealed religion to which we adhere pub bpm fathers for we is to invite All children of Man in the words our text a Praise the lord be i Ielpi ? a extol. Him Allye nation a to invite All to worship one Only and Troe we say. Be Liever and unbeliever the faithful and infidel Saint or sinner without reference to Creed race nationality language or previous condition Alf being the children of one gracious and Mer Tai cd father and Alt Are invited to worship him. Our Public institutions the old and Irene tables Synagog included Ming 1842�?1917 1866 a in a i 1916 j urdu motion of Cinquin Nati a my a v. The periods of darkness and Duro prosecution had become isolate disfigured overburdened with a observances and petrified customs Heathen Zed even by kabbalistic interpolations and foreign instructions. They were no longer in feeling and sympathy with conceptions tastes demands and intelligence of the liberated and mentally k emancipated generation that had enthusiastically Epi braced Liberty culture i and the spirit of Progress the legitimate offspring of Freedom. Not Only were those Snag goal institutions no longer appropriate to invite others to worship and edification but they repelled our own sons and daughters and endangered the future of the entire system. H k. K. Be in a its a clip inception Well understood these obstacles on the path of Judaism started out with re formative motive to cleanse and enhance the House of the lord to purify and elevate it to renovate and convert it that the Shecinah might return to israelis m soothing belief a me an Utah a i to come and gather the remains of Israel from among the nations erect again the throne of David restore the Temple and altar of Jerusalem with its Ancley Priesthood and sacrifices and then the glory would return to Zion Justice and Liberty to the House of Israel. The generation of men and women who established and raised this�m㍮i4ion Hadt made this country their permanent Home Felt desire to an. Here they Moufid aired and longed f Ity Justice a Lan amp. And Honey inhabited advanced civilization ment. A there we 11 he Grace Here no Messiah and no Palestine can offer us More than we have Here George Wash Fiston a was our Messiah and this is our promised Landle whatever belief is defunct in the hearts a and souls1 can not be retained in our catechism or prayer Book consequently both had to he land of Cana-11 they had Deliberty equal a with milk y a people of and enlighten said they Over us is his science and the dictation i of revelation and we must do like Labbi mar a enjoy the Kernel and year Obj away the it was x k. Bene Yeshurun first to adopt the catechism Judaism its doctrines and Quot duties in a which the religion of Israel is based on biblical grounds a exclusively without reference to rabbinical authority negative no it e Silenzio and giving full and Clear a expression j to american Judaism. A a since then this catechism has gone All Over the land in Many thousand copies and has Pedew minds of a whole generation. So american Judaism was bom and raised in this congregation both in spirit and form a a Tor mightily revealed Over us to by from Here the sermons lectures and teachings the listings and transactions of Judaism went out far and wide on the wings of the press and spread far and wide to overcome prevailing superstitions prejudices and i ignorance among our people and Many of their neighbors. The spirit went Forth from Here a that spin which i m 4. Tkv a a a nov a .-.�?�a. -4 a a Vav Tkv a v. V a it a Mumm in. In m a a a Jav Vav v a a i we a re Ltd m i Iva. I Salt a j. .0y a v a. I v a a a it. a 1.v Jas a a a of. . A a i a s a i in a by a a a. A it a k. V is Bya i v. A a y8s&v&jfes-� 1 a a a a . �?�m3 a a Napa a a a a a a a we. Hunk ave so a. F. By a a a a a a a Ltd use a a 2 a >.r. In a a i by a a a i a i so a j. Await am . A a a is Riv. I Vios a. M mini Iii . a my. My. Yeso. A . His Jura a 1 is. A Quot a it. Pm. V Esa flt it or a y. V by a a a a amp Quot i v. A Quot i. Sva i i a Sivc l c. M via a Iyo i >1 m. It my min a i i i�1 t i if of 1�2 Isa t i i a a a a v a. V a a a a a a. Y a a. A ? a y by wet r in a in Pic m f i if Iii a i All h i Riillo we fix. 4 a a -7 my. Ass. T it a j a a As s Var u a is tax a. ? a Safe so a a v Vav a a a a a is s. Of so a a is Vav a a a a. Is a. In ,1v, v As a Jav 5 44 a Kwi. 5k a is or. Via 4 a a be time in any hebrew place of worship and then resounded in the largest cities of the urion a a slowed a a Jap her of books and lectures on the same subjects which placed the jew before quite a i and healed Many a breach. I Bince then the Prospect a has Tii piled on i Boti sides the hebrew was justified and Many a Christian reconciled to. A and peace of both it a and the troth of the lord is Eter i the first rays of Light on this horizon went of a Forth from this co arc the Short time allot to a to me it can not say one half of the but Singi which emanated from this Bod its members were at All Rimes leading in the charitable institutions a Whiteh Are the Pride of the were also leading in establishing to a mud Yel Odim Institute the Union of american hebrew congregations and the hebrew Union comes however All this and much More is material of written history because matter of Concrete facts and we Deal in spiritual facts which nog historian can place on record. 1 in this Yob i a a a we must taken notice of i the r Concord peace and fraternal sentiments which always prevailed in this body up that ail the reforms a it did not Resur in the loss of any mein Bers. What is still More memorable is that All reforms and changes introduced fended tothe0 steady growth not Only in numbers but in spirituality and genuine piety in love Afi amp adm Ipili. Of Vaju Daisyt and a a a a adherence to its utensil dicta. In this Temple is yet to Day prayer meeting twice every Here b language is still cultivated school and preserved in the Temple to a Irge extent. Here f the a was introduced. If and ring Tad All a Over West and South which implanted the spirit of religion into thousands of youth its Tea Star and sowed the holiness of Sli Hnoth the Day of a the Sinai revelation. A Here the Friday evening solemn service i and lecture were introduced and upheld to this very Day which saved West a and South the Sabbath and kept the congregations intact. When a a i it twilite spirit of Afiz in Tiei of and an theism threatened the country it was Here again where the Twenty two lectures a the cosmic were delivered and pub Mahad. Which made a an end to Quot those destructive speculations at least among our leading men. Sacredness and authenticity of the holy writ was attacked and denied it was again Here where1 the f it tack were warded off let futures delivered in this Temple now made permanent in the Book a apr onus to holy writ. It was Here and �f4yi Here where the reforms took their Rise not for the Sake of Reform but to strengthen the cause of Judaism. The motive Are proved by the work a accomplished to have 5 highest Standard and therefore successful in proving to All a and the truth of the i lord is Here we Are the first Reform congregation this Side of theallegeo3fi mountains a the a Mother of f ally the others a from which the spirit and has been drawn and Here we tie most religious body among Tes that could be established under the Banner of Liberty and self emancipation calling with right and might t on this glorious Day of our Semi Centennial Jubilee to All the world a Praise the lord be Peoples All extol him Allye nations. Ror mightily revealed Over us is his name and the truth of the lord which is eternal. A hallelujah. 1j8f4 is the historical fact which shouts hallelujah and glory to the god and the revelations of Israel to the deathless Faith and Fidelity of his people a the sons and of m k. Bene Yeshurun the Quick and the d Ead. This triumphal hour of Jubilee for this moment of inspiration hallelujah a a v. V a. F a a. \ 3 we v a y1 a in. I \ a. So 1 it y a a v c. Quot a Quot v. A j a. T a a a /. A Ftp Puma by l pm Rattner fief Wjk Roupie Mina. Etching and Kertesy of k t. He a so artist Vihlo of a pm Pliny Temple a. Yeshurun. A a a t. A. I a a r by a t a1 v a i a or a a a. Yet a a. So Vav a > a r a a. A a a. Ivl v a Vav a i a v v when Ilni Iii the Temple an it most important Structure of the kind in the United states. . Which is of Byj with Stone trimmings is Saracenia in style. My Alt minarets separate in i Naye and the aisles in front and these together with the domes which ail show in front Confer a peculiarly Oriental character to a he Structure. Filli Wim Femme a a a a Home of adoration and meation. Gradually All that was antiquated meaningless to us fraught with superstition ridiculous to others whatever was in the Way of a Progress a was dropped and replaced by sensible rational and tasteful Means to invite and attract old and Young to the House of the lord to make the israelite gratified and proud of his place of worship As you All Are now a whenever you enter this Temple speak or hear others speak of it this Temple with its grand song and music its architectural Beauty its elegant ornamentation its edifying ceremonial. 11 fit ii 111 n a and a now does this Temple a Call a Praise the lord be Peoples All a and it has called it so loudly that the principal congregations of our i City most All of our congregations West and South if of a a a a a Good distance East Here unfurled f the Banner of k. A Bene Yeshurun Over their houses of a worship. Thus the now Era of american Judaism was Begotten in this of whose Semi Centennial Jubilee we celebrate As far As Pumie worship ii Poao Erwied. P another pm a motive in the heart of this congregation was As announced withe orator when the Cornerstone was placed to this Temple a this is my resting place forever and Aye Here Sha dwell for for Luh Jpn hdm a a 1biefatiif�t>f mowed memory were strangers everywhere not Seldom persecuted and outlawed stranger so ppm a Fth e i s Eil Quot the of a Ftp Soled with Hie transcribed on the democratic basis he he spirit of this country and the sentiments of this pm Ftp the a also was done first in this congregation and was adopted in All a others 8outh and West. I refer to min hag America and the catechism adopted simultaneously now called a Judaism its doctrines and this was the twofold realization of american Judaism fury cosmopolitan and democratic fully rational and truly biblical hence exactly in Harmony with Moses and the prophets that it be fulfilled a and the truth of the lord is so the american israelite be came both israelite indeed and Amerl can in fact without contradiction in a terms. Furthermore the rabbinical feasts and fasts also conflicted with the conceptions of the emancipated israelite to whom reason and conscience were higher in authority if than rabbinical a ordinance these feasts and fasts being in fact defunct had to be officially and decently buried out of sight of this brought the Reform movement in conflict with the authority of the talmud which had All along been considered of inviolable authority in Israel. Not for us said the spirit of the age. Riff he in pm congregation this is not i highest authority to us who live in a a new world under entirely. New of what in those a an crib rabbis had not the slightest concept Lon. The rabbinical halacha like Ril other human Fegis Latiol Ftp a Jeci to reason con. Made Judaism the religion of intelligence and humanity the purest and most Sublime and made the intelligent feel proud upon the religion of the fathers and the a. Faith i of their a Hildrea. Of Ftp a not yet a the work was not done yet. There was left especially one deep Guk Between the israelite and his neighbors. A a a f. Host of missionaries a other preachers and writers led Many to believe that the israelite religiously hates or even abhors the Christian and christianity hates and even curses its i founder with his apostles and Evangelic to and is not Only profoundly ignorant of the of the new Testa ment but detests the very mention of it. While All this May have been partially True among the fathers of old who were hunted Down like a wild beasts driven Froni land to land robbed bruised and slain by the bearers of the Cross its priests a votaries and besides All this. May have considered it a grevious sin to read any Book but the Bible the talmud a and Kindred literature s As millions ii christians to Day would read no infidel Book it Wassail false among Ante Titto wild appeared them absurd a in the highest1 degree Only that they had none to protest publicly and song enough to be heard above the missionary a voice. Again it was first in this Bong ratios and from this very pulpit a Ere the protest against hos Mij bounded in Publ lectures on a Jesus the apostles and Paul a for the first x but there was a Fly in the ointment the unceasing activity of a a lot of missionaries preachers r and a Nin Isri terse who a led Many to believe that the israelite a hates or even abhors the Christian and christianity Flesland even curses its founder with his apostles and evangelists and is not Only profoundly ignorant of the teachings of the new testament but de tests the very mention of it Twenty seven years before May �12, 1866, Jit the laying of the Cornerstone of ill Temple or. Max the Friend and co worker of a Wise had said in the course of a his address a a and opposite the ral a roman Catholic said what ideas Are to us by this pleasant and Gratifying a coincidence f that a he a different Relig i shall live Jook Ether inspired by Mutual love and forbearance m a it was a fatal mistake Fol in Jujj several months ago some clergy Rai in this country petitioned Congress and our tsp Rio in to main a this a Christiann ddn let us hold cast upon the Broad principles of our Constitution that a Church a t e must remain separated entirely and those words were uttered just fifty one years ago and h Are quite As appropriate today As they were then i same a human nature which is Jpn to die lame a Only a trifle More a refined a so that instead of a petition lug Congress and a the Legislatures the tried is turned in secret and by methods that would not Bear the Light by professional lobbyists in the Guise a of. A a a Ria leis preachers and by we Mem i n the Story of Bene Yeshurun congregation is told in the pages that follow. I from the founding of the con Gra action in 1842, up to the Golden Jyi til ii Iii i a i 1892, it is told by judge Max b. May in his a history of congregation Bene Yeshurun. Time the Story p6p� pflbeifcddres8e in a pwn a the dual cd a Etc ratio air Afiz february a 1917 to which this Issue of the israelite is hip to to of fit . Am��0&rjupaprr a a a Job Flea Ye-forme4jmd prions of a cited by the Here fluent a political pref Lofv and Progress Ives enlightenment is the youngest so Esprin Glo he Aspen Fandl venerable Faith of Israel. The old soul �f04pjtrln a Rev Bode by a maj East i tic Palm tree is Bat Iran spite into 1 0p��oertile�so��pand inv Igor a clime r is still the monotheism of Abraham and Liosel Witlip it to Gicas sequel not a though sea of tuft dress of forms and formulas it Isi the a american phase of Judaism. So in to in of dose of a Lupe i with Lejawa m development there has a been a pales Tinea an egyptian a babylonian a Spanish portuguese and Taliana Ger j manic and a polish phase of this same Judaism each growing up under tie i Pemp like a Idric instances of time Pace Anc Ted Tiona a i off a i is the forms formulas customs i and observances Asip Otal a Pecilia a any my or More of tto a see phases of i Judaism by a re commonly failed three min hags were brought to this put untre by to a in migrant of Are Ous Ulli Hialit i est a us the a pan i s h port gues or �6p�rdip>tinhag he pc a or Len hug Olis find fhe a kor manic or min hag is nazi of a Thusn those forms formulas customs and observances Peculiar to the american phase a Judaism Jiray he properly called Minna Merlc i a gip Moses Mendelsohn his con Tern por Apt yes. And wars a the first a a to bring about any change in that Judaism which was the product of the mediaeval age. A the first Temple As the Synagog of the Reform congregations were were in Germany especially at Hamburg Berlin wnomi1 fort on the main a Lonna and Prague. A this Reform movement spread after i 1830 in Germany and a a tuft Hun Gary Galicia England and even America. There were Reform congregation is at s. Jjo gobal tink it is har Sinai new York City tempi Ern�n-1 Ueland Albany n. Of Ethet tie Reform. Movement did not a at a a first a spread very rapidly in the a United i states. The i a gation was mainly composed of americans the other above mentioned a reestablished by germans. A i thus the origin of american Judaism is germanic or Mph amp history Quot a a 61# German israelite in America. Ii the a a k. Bene me of original germanic congregations which have played so prominent a part in american Judaism and therefore its history is an important Cap i i a in the history of a me Ricail fuds to it ism. A a a ,.�,.���l a of for just As the history american jul if in part of the general history m Reu Teft i America so thai Hist or of the k. Bene is part of the if iffy of religion Cincin-1 Bat and the entire West. In writing the history of this con Gre gation it is Well to Divide it into three distinct periods 1. The period of organic atom Iriri 2. The period of transition �848 3. The period of fib i Rii Rity 1866-92. The whole covering a pm a ennui a the period of organization 1841-48. Apr the year 1841 with forty seven thousand inhabitants was already known As the Queen City of the West. Though it was Obi Houft railroads and Imp but a Small a bump Ness area viz., that space Between the of Jer fifth Vine and main streets�mm1 was i already a been my a a a a a a dealt by culture. Among its religious Organ he hmm a a a was a Congre Gatier of israelite k. K. Bene Israel this families among whom were the John Jonas Moses Harris Abr amp a amp Mither families. This Pioneer band Herf toward reinforced some la retch families the work Ems some French the Mayers and later by. Some a Alexanderi Malvers p Heidelbach season goods Mil uses vessels As surs blooms and others. This congregation owned a burial ground and worshipped first in a Frame building on and sixth streets in a a Wpm a substantial strap Tara Tawf As a Broadway Shuhl a and dedicated its present hand Homo Temple on eighth and Mound streets under its auspices there ham1 been established a benevolent society i ladies of society which took care e poor. This English co Grega was strictly orthodox used Quot Tim h min hag had a Sexton and a or Chazan Rev. Hart Judah a besides attending to his ecclesiastical duties supervised the Supply or meats matzo Etc Mem. Ward the end of the thirties there d about Cincinnati a fib a energetic although religiously a a a a sympathy with congregation. Some time in 1846 they congregation which they named k. K. Beat Yeshurun. A Foj Heyi elected s. B. R president or. Elsasser Tempo minister and adopted the deip a min hag. The congregation worshipped rear room of or. Fiks Kun la it use third Street Between Sycamore Broadway. There Are no records he first meeting extant but Trade has it that the following persons e present messes. S. E. Levy 1 Friedman a. A. Cohn a j. H. Goodheart Daniel Isaac Piffl Jonas a Levy Barbe and probably Joseph Abraham Fechheimer. Morris a a a a a a a a a a a a Ltd
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