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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - May 24, 1917, Cincinnati, Ohio02t in a y Trivit a ii volume 63.Cincinnati. Ohio. My a 19�o� number 47. Written Tor the Iera Ehte. Lib the Challenge. Old other hearts than ours May hate and wrest revenge for this our deed who Call upon our million sons to Bear the nations martial need def to who makes All causes right declares our Challenge in this fight. Far heard the shot from Bunker Hill where tattered freemen wrought their pact yet Clear toned echoes Forth this Day the unction our bloody act a lest from these shores drifts out to that ship whose Flag is Liberty. Now is each soul enthroned in Pride who Wald with Humble Steps and. It. Slow a / a a / that he is now Allied with legions against a common foe that smites with wild Barbaric rage our nations ancient heritage. Nor land nor stores hoarded Gold the quest this world belting fray but Freedom for oppressed Earth emblazon tips this new born Day and unto us and All our Breed we consecrate our Freeman screed that Over cities far and near and lands beyond the sounding sea the glory their Kings shall blend with Many a fresh Laurel led majesty and Royal crowned each human heart where god hath set his counterpart. Joseph Leisek. Joplin mo., May by Nai Frith District grand Lodge not Cincinnati. District grand Lodge no. 2. L B Nai by Rith commenced its annual convention at the hotel Gibson Cincinnati. Sunday Moning May 20, with an invocation by rabbi Louis Bernstein St. Joseph mo., and the singing Quot America Quot by the standing audience. President Carl m. Vets Burg 6t Louis was in the chair and called the meeting to order. While the committee credentials were making out their report a letter from governor Cox whose attendance had been hoped for was read expressing his regret al Toft Boling present governor Cox a letter was read by Hon. Alfred in. Cohen and was As follows a i would deem it at this time a real neglect were i not to Call to mind the High spirit patriotism observed in your ranks a wrote the governor. A a in the Jacpb where Fate has called me. I have found that firm love country has been inculcated by your order. The worthy people your Faith have always been found in the front ranks in every Call our country to duty. I a thank ppm your Effort people everywhere now recognize that under the Flag All ire a equal and All would have the same privileges. From the one Washington until now in every a grave crisis our country the jew has occupied a conspicuous place in defense the Flag. And now that we Are upholding the rights the Down trodden and carrying Forward the Banner democracy the Flower Israel is found Rushing to the colors. A to the Ihm by Rith As the most useful and influential body which Ever organized in the Long and eventful history the jewish people i extend t he greetings the state Ohio. May your meetings Fra Happy and your work the chairman then introduced mayor George Puchta Cincinnati who paid a glowing tribute to the order and the jewish people. On behalf Cincinnati Lodge its president Joseph h. Levi welcomed the delegates and their ladies in a Brief and Well worded address to which vice president Louis j. Borinstein Indianapolis responded behalf the delegates. The Roll Call showed 125 delegates present from Ohio Kentucky Indiana Missouri Colorado Kansas new Mexico and Wyoming. President Vetsburg then read his address which fire fully covered the activities the order during the past year. The reports the other lice were then read. The disbursements the District grand Lodge for the year amounted to about $32,-000, which about $19,000 went to the Constitution grand Lodge. On april 1, 191ppt�e District had 9,306 members which april 1, 1917, had decreased to 8,686. This falling off is undoubtedly due to the fact the during the last Tiff years very Active campaigns have been waged for an increase membership amour eng to a net gain approximately 4,000 in the two years. Many these Faem Bers however were brought into the order by persuasion without having any interest in its work and naturally these fell away. Following the Reading reports the different officers William Ornstein Cincinnati Ferdinand Ach Dayton o., and Heitor Rauh Indianapolis were elected trustees the . F \ a \ v Fred Lazarus jr., Columbus. O., was elected to succeed his late father Fred Lazarus s., As a trustee the Cleveland orphan Asylum. President Samuel Grabfelder the National Hospital for consumptive at Denver made a report the work Hospital Fps been doing. He said in 18 years existence it had Shel Tref to boo twin up women 2,500 whom were dismissed As cured. Upon motion % Alfred Cohen . Grabfelder was elected by acclamation the orders representative in the Board mete Eells special memorial services were Aflfe for Meyer Friedman Denver and dmfmkit1 a Marks Cleveland senator Milton l. Anfenger Denver pronouncing the Eulogy for the former and Furth St. Louis for . Marks. During the Day the guest were entertained at a luncheon and the ladies were subsequently taken for a drive about the City. In the evening about 300 sat Down to a it Anquel at Riff chef Gibson which spa followed by a a Uata a St. In which Irving Miller Tenor Henrietta Iweis Zeiberg Vio mrs to tit Freiberg Moses Soprano and Totaan a. A Brown actin gain is took part. The visitors expressed themselves As delighted find a us a used at Topf High it Gap to us Fps Amateur Talete displayed. The Musicale was followed by dancing. The monday morning session was be Oil with an my potion by rabbi m. Feuerlicht Indianapolis. Jacob Furth St. Louis read an extremely Able paper behalf the executive committee touching upon a number topics National interest. A number other reports were read and referred to the respective committees. It was resolved to take an Active part in social service work among the soldiers More especially within the limits the District. Provision was made for remission dues members during the time their service in War and for a period three months thereafter. The subject so called antipathy Between jews and christians was covered by a committee composed . Gotthard Deutsch rabbi David Philip sons former state senator Alfred m. Cohen and Victor Abraham All Cincinnati and Rabi m. Feuerlicht Indianapolis. The substance the paper was that prejudice against jews still persists mainly because the teaching in Christian churches and sunday schools the be son he crucifixion. Ii 4/ the committee suggested that even admitting for the Sake argument the jews and not the romans were guilty the crucifixion Christian teachers could do much to Abate modern anti semitic feeling if they Call attention their pupils to the fact that the event happened 19 centuries ago and should not be held against the jews to Day. A we in no Wise change our own conviction that the crucifixion was the crime the romans a said the committee report Quot but we realize the difficulty and uselessness expecting even desiring a modification Christian history after the lapse so great a period time. We therefore do not suggest that Christian churches accept our Point View the matter hut urge that in All fairness extenuating circumstances also be related whether in schools in from the non Christian standpoint the committee admonished All jews to be guarded in their conduct that the sins individual members the race he not visited upon All jews. Racial differences Are not sufficient continues the report to explain anti semitism neither would there be any social prejudice were the religious prejudice removed. A Large part the morning session was d eve Ted to consideration a report the National Hospital for consumptive at Denver. This report was read by Sidney g. Kusworm Dayton who said that Quot hardships jews who new York and judge Julian Mack Chicago who made Strong appeals for contributions a the up Fps. \ jewish War sufferers with the results above stated. 1 5677�?shs hios�?1917 a Schwartz. 693 b. 91st St. Edna Sha Grin 2210 e. 66th St Myrtle Shagrin a a. 12617 e. 56th St. Martha Singer,j2330 Tom a list confirmation classes in Crutch. 2410 e. 69th St Rhea Weiss 2259 _ presented. Conflr-1 Sylvia Zelman 6116 Thackery a a rabbi Max m. Merrit mation services will be held generally i Florence Zinner. 866 an Sqq r41 Evansville and closed with the Bene rabbi David Lefkowitz a . A a a a israelite a extends Hearty Congratula-1 j. Juter Toh am were taken for a Dree through the tons to All the Young confirm ants Frisch 2-276 e. 73rd St. Frame business District and Given a View a and wishes them a Happy and useful 1 gleuck.268$th St a ahe the City and the surrounding during the Day the visiting ladies from the Tower the top the Stein 6611 Griswold ave. Sol n. Heller 1320 e. 115th St. Henry Klein 1646 Holyrood re. Lester d. Klein Panyk a building. A luncheon at the Rael. Rabbi e. A. 1646 Holyrood re. Leonard business menus club followed. A trip Blate Leo Blum Joel Gortatowsky fort Thomas had been planned the afternoon to see the soldiers Drill. This had to be abandoned account the weather. Mumm Juliete Wolfmayer 6946 St. Clair ave. Clifford g. Love Man. 10108 North blvd Herbert men Alexandria la., ge-1 �8#n a. 5/ Luth Chassidim. V rabbi Leonard j. I Nelson Rothstein James the attendance at the convention Berg Lottie r. Levy Jeanette Weil Man largest Harmony and enthusiasm prevailed j Akron Israel. Rabbi throughout. Not a single unpleasant d. G?>>3#�?morton Greenwood. Incident occurred to mar the pleasure Merryl Sicherman Sylva Havre the occasion. L Sylvia Lefkovits the visiting ladies wer it with the manner in which they were i Alexandria pm pertained Here and great credit is j Milruth Chaa Sodins Miles ave. David Samet 10114 Adams ave. Herman Samp liner 1620 Crawford re. Irwin Sel Monovitz 5917 Hawthorne ave. Kolb Alice 1 Joseph Spiwack 10006 Adams ave. Bernard g. L. Stern 9909 West Hes Gre gation Giters Fred Stashower 9606 Empire Leonard ladies committee j. , Freida Gold Weiss 3626 Woodland which mrs. Bernard Freiberg was chairman for the excellent manner in which they maintained Cincinnati a reputation for hospitality. In the National federation important meeting. At a meeting the Ken Seth Israel sisterhood Philadelphia pa., a luncheon was Given during which the following interesting announcements were made the sisterhood printed 600 seder pamphlets All which were sold. A sisterhood Alcove has Green placed in the Ken Seth Israel Library give the members the sisterhood an Opportunity to donate books in commemoration All Stive and memorial occasions. Picture postcards the Temple and Alunni buildings have been printed and May pow be purchased. Mrs. Dilsheimer announced the formation a local federation sisterhood a and women s organizations connected with Syna goes. A plea was also made to assist the medical unit for the Relief palestinian sufferers. At the sixth monthly meeting which was held in the alumni Hall . Ellis Oberholzer Secretary the Pennsylvania state Board censors gave an inform talk about moving pictures. Miss flip Chov president the local Hadassa spoke about the horrible coi Fig tons existing in Palestine and made a plea fit a Liberal Reiuitt by the jewish women in this cite for the medical a Martin Goldring Isaac Wahlder. It Ier Deri a Wewe Ovd Thackeray Athens children. 0. T Israel. Rabbi Ftp a. Hirsch.-Bea-1 Goldstein 10307 Somerset ave Leo Trice ashrams Sylvester Beer Evelyn 10�lentag, 5012_8covill_ ave., _ Marvin Boley Bernhard Dornblatt Joan Lin a re Leonard a Morris Harry Straaten. Schreiber 2565 e. 50th 1r. Jason Appleton Zion. Rb-1 Engel 9200 Kempton ave. Eiith by e. Gerechter. Shavuot a services Friedman 6216 Thackeray. Saturday evening 7 30 sunday i Chicago a m morning at 9 30 a Miriam Rose Lyons Indiana ave. And 33rd St rabbi Babette Louise Marshall Ruth Jac Tobias Schanfarber. Services sunday Queline Uelman. David Emil Bender morning at 9 30. Einhorn a Tual. Ornstein 6207 Aberdeen s Altoona Mountain City he-1 Henry Axman Michigan ave. Brew Reform congregation. Rabbi j. Mannie Brenner 417 East a by Street Abels a Arnold Berman Miriam i Samuel Brown 317 East Brett Earl freshman. Victor Gross Man Esther Levine Lillian Levisi Maurice Luxemberg bout Dale. A Heifer 4248 Champlain Herman 3807 Indiana Anniston. Beth grand blvd. Fay up ducted by rabbi Morris Newfield i a enthral 359 e. 53d Henry Rosenthal Birmingham Ala. Sie Schwartz 5347 Prairie Avenue Stanley Goldstein Henry 5322 Birmingham Ault Temple Manu. Al. Rabbi Morris 8tone ave i Esther Diamond 2978 in., Relief unit to be sent to Palestina Are sent to the Hospital and released r3< a Hoheimer then announced that without adequate Means after the Dis had already been contributed to �fs6 has1 d66n arrest go and so scat Tho unit duty to How nor Tho Onny Vaas to entail too heavy a Burden upon the City Denver said the report Lent the refreshments for two months which had been dispensed Wincn conc Uaea Wun a recommend a with for this purpose. The number Tion that such sufferers be cared for a i>irect0rs was changed from 15 to he Bani brith organizations their 21. It was decided moreover that a the a a. Every member the Board must be a n w discussed by Sam. Member it a Temple. The commit Grabfelder Philadelphia president to a nominations then Orjen Ted Iho Board governing the Hospital. La a a 7,1 ates to the tuberculosis institutions Are in the meet me ending whoa Nover Abed because for the most Dart omers the meet my ezme win politicians Are responsible for their management a he declared. Jacob Furth. St. Louis reporting behalf the grand Lodge executive committee urged preparation for the jewish Congress at Washington next communities were requested by Jacob l. Lorie Kansas City to assist in raising funds for suffering jews in Europe. Applause greeted the Reading a Telegram from Chicago an mounting an unconditional gift $150,000 from Julius Rosenwald who previously had pledged 10 per cent All other contributions up to ten million dollars Lugi Pugg a in the morning the ladies accompanying tile delegates were taken in automobiles to various Points interest in the cite and suburbs finishing few cello selections by miss Essis i. Hubbard. Nashville sisterhood. The Temple sisterhood nigh Ville Tenn. Mrs. Cites. Cohen pro Dent mrs. Arthur j. Joseph corresponding Secretary recently celebrated purim and Wise memorial Day. The Story Ether was shown in a three reel moving picture film. Or. Sylvan , a Stumb Ai Vanderbilt University and a very Active member the menorah society there gave an illustrated talk the life Isaac Mayer Wise. The Nashville sisterhood has forwarded a Check for $50. Which is its subscription towards the hebrew Union College scholarship fund. The Sale Union Eramo in the Nashville sister Hood has been greatly increased this with a luncheon at the zoo. After the t year. This is due to the added inter visit to the zoo the ladies inspected the Rookwood pottery when each the visitors received a souvenir their visit. Subsequently they were taken to the Home Hon. Charles p. Taft where to it in famous picture gallery which contains one the finest collections the works old masters and modern artists in the United states was thrown open for their inspection. In the evening a fake option and entertainment for the ladies was Given at the spacious and Beautiful Home . And mrs. Leslie v. Marks Rose Hill. The visitors had a very full Day and were delighted with their entertainment. Of / the a final sessions the Conven a Tion tuesday were marked by handsome contributions to the jewish est that has been taken in the Sale Union Gram books As a result the recent amendment passed by the National federation Temple sisterhood whereby the profits Union Gram sales May go not Only to the establishment free Eligio Sqq plus hut also towards the Maine Nice hebrew Union College scholarships. Sisterhood at Milwaukee. By be Jeshurun sisterhood Milwaukee wis., mrs. A. Fischel president mis Rose e. Leser corresponding Secretary in connection with the Emanuel sisterhood conducted a joint meeting it which Prim was celebrated. Addresses were Given by mrs. Max Berlowitz rabbi Charles b. To i Temple by be Jeshurun. And Goldstein Beatrice Reed Milton m. Coplan Charles h. Gross Frederick Guggenheimer Allison Loven Thal Seymour n. Newfield. Max Rosenfeld. Bloomington Montefiore Temple. Services june 3, conducted by rabbi Seymour g. Bottigheimer congregation Anshan Emeth Peoria. A Anna Rosenberg,�207 w. Mill Lillian Tein 327 main Hannah Stein 212 w. Front Milton Berkson Clinton 111. Isidor Rosenberg 109 Center Sam Stern 606 m. Main. Brooklyn n. Shaari be ded. Rabbi Max Sylvia Abr hams 473 Madison Street Felicta Bherman 394 a Aidwidge Street Eldith Chaut 854 Man ave. Janet Cohn 1313 Dean Street Constance Cramer 1316 Halsey . Hattie Goodman 100 Ralph ave. Lillian Groosman 227 Hancock a Treef Bertha Marks 635 Lexington am Lena Sager 840 Jefferson ave., Pearl Steinlauf 1079 Bushwick 4fenu0 to ther Wagner 434 Marion Street Lillian Workman 824 Eastern Parway. It see also Broa to n. Shaari Zedek. Rabbi Max Raisin. Services Sun Day at 9 30 a. Audrey Brukenfeld 560 Greene Avenue Irene Ehrlich 228 Reid Avenue Bessie Lillian Largeman 480 Elm Street Richmond Hill Gertrude Genevieve Palestine 560 Greene Avenue Ethel Schwade 403 Putnam Avenue Elsa Frances Schaffer 443 Jefferson ave due Rosalind Weil 708 Lexington Avenue. M Brooklyn n. Beth Elo i rabbi Simon r. Abrahams Corine Blum Goldie Brau Ner Sylvia Gerber Rita Helen Levy Mfred m. Lippmann Dena Reed Gladys Rubin Eva Socoloff Dorothy soviets Beatrice Straus Sylvia Wor etched Monroe Coblens Louis son Herbert Rosenblum Adolph Schiff Leo Sci Lsinger p Nathan Simon. Diana ave. Pauline Hene 4310 grand by Lvi a. Anna Honig 3357 Calumet ave. Lillian help 1031 #. Lar Lazarus 3357 Calumet a. Jennie Newhouse 4630 Prairie ave. Bertha Oppenheimer 6429 Harper ave. Re Gina Raike 900 Margate Ter pm a Genevieve Simon 3117 Park ave. Ruth Weinberg 4846 Tildia Chicago Temple Vincennes ave. And 42nd Sipf sub morning. May 27, at 9 clock. Rabbi Joseph Abrams 5158 Calumet ave. Marion f. Berwin 54ll Ingleside ave. Irene a my Atoff for. Nice Isaacson 1229 St. Paul St. Leona israe amp see. 2138 Gaylord by. Clarence Morris 1633 York St. Earl Llor rih 16ss York St. Minnie Schneid a 228 West sixth Are. Surf Cut. Weisbrod 3129 w. Colfax ave. Rose Weisto 1863 Vine Evansville Avenue Temple. Rabbi Max j. Irvin Haas Blank Ruby Weil Karleen Wilma Hammer Naomi Selma a Totoff Dorothy Brentano Herman Heilman Sam Edgar Wal al Paar Texas were male it. Sinai. Rabbi Martin Joseph am Statter 503 e. Cliff St. David Bromberg 1314 Magoffin ave. Lena gins Burg 900 Upson ave. Herbert hers Kowitz. A 1018 e. A san Antonia St. Frieda Jacobe 1115 Arizona i Street Miriam Kotosky �014� Virginia St. Alfred Lowenberg 1206 e. Boul. Marcus Simon 407 Stanton Gnand Ripide Mih Emanuel. Rabbi Charles j. Anna Berkovitch �1308 Davis ave in id Brown 610 wealthy St E. A Minnie Chaslavsky 217 it. Vernon Lester Behnan 238 n. Division a Vossel Elman 238 n. Division Hannah Katz 554 Turner ave. Alfred Lindner 138 Carlton St., E. Anna Mendel 1026 Broadway Rose Schlacht 452 fsr Irtle St. Mildred Smith 57 summer ave. Goldie Yager 40 by feb so a Tabie Simon it Lansing Mich. / Greenville a Union congregation. Rabbi Harry a a a a Viz Dorothy p Gardner Herbert Hafter Milton / Gold Teto Charles Weinberg up in a a zip Greenwood m la a Beth Israel congregation. Rabbi re Oto a. Merfeld Mary Arenzon Helene Cahn Adele Behm Hyman Mable Ruth Hyman Sarah Orlansky Irving c. Stein Rosalie Esther Stein. 8/ Hartford Beth Israel. Rabbi Harry w. Rose Blech Walter Breslav Edward Goldstein Sylvia Lyon Sarah Marks Gertrude Schwartz Lynette Seidman Elsie is amp Lve Rhilda Simon Samuel Suisman Barbara Thalheimer. I Hazleton Paju congregation \ Beth Israel Corner Church and Hemlock its. Rabbi Montague n. A. Cohen. Sunday morning at 10.�? Benjamin roman North Vine St. Houston. Texa a congregation Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi w. Clara Blieden Dorothy Caplan Ruby Cohen Eva ella5 Cooperman Hazel Emden Lena Lillian Fisch Sophie Bella gather Annie Hurwitz Goldie Ittigson Augusta Karkowsky Esther bomb Lith Fannie pain Klonsky Libbie Rabnowitz Dora Seline Isaac Cohen Helena Beth al. Rabbi Pizer Cohen 516 Poplar St Simon Feldman 930 Demb Rilk Pic i Davidh Meyer a Caplan Francis Raj Buto Nett Hakl Solomon Kern Mathilde Lisso Wexler. Natchez Sluss Remple by Nai Israel. Rabbi ? j. J. a Jacob Friedler . Isabel Rose Peise Bergl Mvirginia Goldberger affred Rosalind Rubin Samuel Moses a Zer Kowsky . New Mishkan Louis Lann a Philip 3 l. Bux b aunt a Ibiza Etc a. Gompertz Lillian , Johnson Babette I Kafka. Tyllie Kean Helen / Star in Milton if Stefn Bach Leonore i. Strouse Richard m. Thalheimer a Marion Uii a a if a new Orlean Ify Nagoga rabbi Emil w. Schaffenberg 4429 by it rades Regina Beckley 1533 Del chaise in Blanche Kahn 2025 general Taylor Eleanor Kohlmeyer 5127 pry Tania Denise Levy Lufto Octavia Madeline Levy 4919 Carondelet Nathalie Levy 4829 pry Tania Sadie f Levy it 1704 Robert Jeanette Phillips #60�iiagazinejbth-El reims 4114 Pertania Arthemise Trautman 11617 Dulaba i Eanolf Weil 1920 Peters ltavar��ltmah223 St. Charles Ben Gordon �20# Joseph Wal Bret Hochstein St. Jharas Leon Jacobs 1103 j Leontine a Ouis Sherck Levy 1667 Francis a Levy. 4320 pry Tania Leebe Moses 4614 pry Tania aftan 1 Norman Patterson la. Fri Iliili Phillips. 612 Esplanade Jack Southeimer 3519 Chestnut r Milton Weiss 222 Soniat a a continued Page feb ��i8 ving Park blvd. Mabel Bomash 5034 Michigan ave. Agatha r. Cohen 437 e. 45th i. Miriam Cohen 4821 St. Lawrence ave. Carolyn l duels 4434 Vincennes ave. Carrye b. Driels Man 5932 Indiana ave. Lucille Eise Man. 4749 Champlain ave. Annette he Emin. 4942 Champlain ave. Beater m. Finkel 5260 Michigan ave. Adele Finkelstein 5742 Park ave. Beatrice v. Frank. 4439 Indiana ave., Rose f. Goldsmith 2956 State St. Irma j. Gottschalk 6031 St Lawrence ave Pearl Green. 640 e. Marquette. Re. Florence Greenwald 5131 Michigan ave. Marion e. Keefer 5445 Indiana ave. Ruth Koral 3722 Maple Square ave. Laura i. Kraus 4714 St. Lawrence ave. Mildred Landfield 4910 Vincennes ave. Pearle a. Levy 6549 Minerva ave. Gladys h. Mayer 4323 Champlain ave. Helen c. New 951 Hyde Park blvd. Beatrice l. Pfaelzer 6016 grand blvd. Rose c. Raftenberg 5046 Calumet a let Viola Lobovits 7206 Emerald ave. Leah Sachs 16 e. 59th Street Johanna Sander 422 e. 50th St., Sylvia c. Savitt 4537 Calumet ave. Babette Schnadig 4721 Drexsel by la cd. Sylvia j. Schwalb 4423 Calumet a. Erna a. Schwarz 4416 grand blvd. Selma Schwarz 5306 Prairie ave. Frances e. Stern 3219 w. Monroe St. Eva i. Van Rondel 4318 grand blvd. Edith c. Weiskopf. 5429 Greenwood ave. Dorothy a. Winkleman 4907 Cham Pecan St uie Anor be Ruth Weiner 626 Poplar 8l Jiffy Jii Indianapolis hebrew congregation. Rabbi Maurice m. Feuerlicht Pauline Asch 2242 North Talbott Avenue Caroline Bamberger 2937 Washington blvd Edward Block 1918 a. Delaware Jeanette Fisch Bein 1902 it Meridian Ruth Goldberg 3022 n. Delaware. Pearl Goldman 708 David Haase 1510 Ashland fave Bertha Newman 708 Wallsi pigs Margaret Rosenthal 1924 n. Meridian. Roslyn Solomon 2214 n. Meridian Ethel Wolf 1832 n. Capitol ave. A Joplin Missouri United hebrew congregation. Rabbi a Joseph Lei ser. Alfred Rothschild Milton Rothschild Leon Radunsky Emil Fleischaker. Simon Strang Arthur Samuel a Litman Edwayd Schelt Josephine Greenberg Corinne Weiss Ruth Fleishaker Gertrude Klein Dorothy Gallons Mirene Litman. Kansas City �?Temple by Nai Jehudah. Rabbi h. H. Fri Iii a Zimeri it Aag Pelm i. F 0 activities rabbi Cohen. /8 rabbi Edward it Cedis cd Rich mond va., supervisor District no 11, reports the Extension work carried by rabbi a Simon Cohen Greensboro a �abb<3oh�di recently made a Survey the conditions existing among the jewish students the North Carolina University and Trinity College both at Durham a Jig c. I Rabbit to to met ten the twelve jewish students the University and wit them the f%orig2heyv were doing in the menorah society rabbi Cohen succeeded Ini arousing their interest in religious matters so that now these students Are conducting religious services for which purpose the department Synagog and school Extension has pamphlet reprints the Pray Eiffe Book rabbi Cohen has also arranged to conduct services for the Community at Durham n. C. Rabbi Cohen reported that there Are four my students at Trinity College. In the state not Mal College. At. there Are five jewish girls and in the Greensboro College for Ivo Ineis there is one. A these have been invited out for seder services by the members the Greensboro congregation. Two the Normal ? school girls teach to the religious school connected a with rabbi Canp it ple. Through his efforts moreover various a members his congregation invited the students the University North Carolina to attend seder with 8 prison welfare work. Hill v rabbi a. Gutman Syri pm n. Y., has been very Active in supplying the passover needs the jewish inmates those institutions in his District. Under his supervision services were held the first and last two Days Pesach for the jews confined in Auburn ijrrison/.?. Of Ellie second night passover rabbi Otmani conducted a seder which was attended by All the jewish inmates. A rabbi Jutman has also arranged for pass it ver needs for the jewish inmates Noami Ravin Hortense Rech the institution fori feeble minded Hazel Russek Helen i Rosen-1 Syracuse Berg Cornelia r. Weil Allen Behr Sigfried Bis Hoffheimer Barnett h Thurman a seder service. Samuel Thurman Milton j. Commer Harry l. Mo., conducted a Public seder for his Danciger Willard Deutsch Ralph congregation the first night Feffer Leroy Goodman Sigfried her pas80ver, at which the jewish sol Man Harry porsche Leon r. Meyer piers the Jefferson Barracks and War a sufferers Relief fund. The i rabbi Hirshberg Temple pm grand Lodge agreed to $100 a week $5,200 in All during the coming year. Individual contributions for the fund a a a be also made by Samuel ring old Muncie ind., $500 Abe Feinberg Mun pig in a $500 Harry Atlas la Fayet ind$500 Charles k. Atlas Lafayette ind., $500�?~ Silas Ichen Hauser Evansville ind., $500 Oscar Leonard St. Louis $31. The following delegations donated their mileage namely those Columbus Ohio Akron Ohio Louisville ky., Toledo a. Dayton 0.� Steuben vile o., Bellaire Ohio and Mansfield The officers the District grand Lodge also contributed their i per diem. Louis Borinstein Indianapolis was elected president. Other officers elected were 8/ Joseph Seligman Louisville first vice president Sidney d. Kusworm Dayton second vice president Victor i Abraham Cinti lift and William Ornstein Cincinnati treasurer the last two being re elected. The new members the general committee elected Are Edward c. Schanfarber Columbus David Alexander Toledo. Joseph Stampfer St Louis Adolph Piccard Indianapolis Alfred Bene a Cleveland and Harry a a Levi ump Mem a 11 a a i the selection for a for next year was left to the general committee. At the close the morning business the delegates listened to addresses by the Louis a Fla shall. Anu al. Miss Rena Ullman gave a piano selection and . De Bona tendered a Harp Solo. Mrs. Ralph Zimmer and miss Bernice Gelder entertained the Assembly by an artistic rendering a classic masterpiece. Knoxville sisterhood. The woman a auxiliary Temple Beth al Knoxville Tenn., mrs. Frank heart president mrs. S. Sunshine Secretary observed purim and Wise memorial Day. Under its auspices the sunday school a children the Cheska Yamuna congregation Knoxville. Gave a purim play at the Beth Brunswick Beth the Plain ave. Amy f. Wolf 5318 Park. By Leld Aronberg 4540 Calu rabbi George Solomon Sai Thelma a pos Flora Jeanette Zelmenovitz car i. Abrham m. Binder. 4941 Cham Ley Zelmenovitz. My Plain ave. Harold Bloomenthal 5406 Cairo Llev rabbi Paducah ky., confirmation june 4.1 met ave. Charles Engel Ofner George a. Raice r Jack Riege Ley Frankel Stiefel. Some the jewish students the the Young men enjoyed the occasion Lincoln Iii. Beth al Temple. Ser a and expressed their warm a Precia conducted by rabbi Bottigheimer Peoria 111.�?>mar Oglesby Angeles Cal. jewish prisoners observe Holiday. Under the supervision rabbi Job oui an Florence Solomon. / Columbus by Nai Israel. Rabbi f. L. Simons Rosylind Julius Mark Rosen Cumberland Beer Chayim. Rabbi ave Corbet e. Shokin. 5221 Mioshi 4929 Prairie ave. Manuel m. Hirsh 4907 Champlain ave. Sylvan a. Hor congregation Witz 5239 Prairie ave. Edward m Rose Sheffler Cor. Union amp George i son 5326 Indiana ave Milton m. Reets Ethel Dantzic 100 n. Center. Kahn 5160 Indiana ave. Edwin land con-1 Field Benton Harbor Mich. Howard m. Lanau 5174 Michigan ave. Daniel rabbi i. Mortimer Lewis 6212 St. Lawrence ave. Theo Bloom Springfield 111.�?Esther al Dore h. Morrison 4802 Vincennes ave Leon streets. Rtowif8of top Forst 1321 gi-1 i Louisville ky., the jewish inmates Ethel Haber 1742 Westmoreland blvd Volle were permitted to 1 observe Rod-1 service was followed by the a a by Florence Schon i hymns. The hanukkah lights Turner 927 were then kindled and Quot the Assembly Tannen ban Ubana Alpiner Stern Champaign Rosenthal Dorothy Stern Champaign Bernice i. Julian Rudoy 6063 Rhodes ave Wolff Urbana. A pm # Norman n. Selig 5645 Prairie a Columbus Israel. Rabbi Maurice Washer 5139 Calumet ave. Joseph Ben-1 Robert Weil 4410 grand blvd. Jamin Ruth Blasberg Jeannie Mack Fox Henry Harmon Daisy Sherry Edna Spatz Carrie Zilberman. Ii Cairo iils congregation a Jacob Charles Wilk 4558 cottage Grove ave. Dayton Ohio. A congregation by Nai Yeshurun. Rabbi David Arthur Becker Lawrence Blau Ruth rabbi Lee j. Blum Saul bravely Alfred Cannold. Ky., june 3. Yetta Cohen Rosalyn Frank. Mildred Frank. Or cd Tond. O. Bunai son Rose Engilman Gertrude her Jeshurun. Blast 55th St. And Scovill i Man Samuel Holz Victor Jacobs Hyman t1 Temple. Oil Wise memorial do i ave. Sen rices sunday mailing at 10. Frances Lehman rabbi Jacob Apple 63111 nah Mayer Hefflen my Argolis Clare Belle Marcus Meyers a a pm Tell Fanny Rosenthal. A Hermine late . Wise. An efficient Volunteer 175tll St a Ruth Diener 879�?Tf 105th i Schwartz Durschlag Hermine Selma Friedman 4613 Clark ave. Quincy ave Leona Rosalynde 1131 e. Picco Louis fish 308 e. Jefferson Louis Janofsky 16$� e. 37th Harold Kashar 577 Britannia Morris Lebell 1017 Berenda Julian Mayer Sieroty 1810 w. 11th. Lake Charles Temple Sinai. Rabbi Joshua Tobias Hart Bernie Hirsch. Florence Kush Ner Selma Meyer Ralph Uhry Lafayette by rabbi Joseph Bloch Lake Charles la Frances b. Levy Rose d. Rosen Fleer Lexington Ada Israel. Rabbi Jaco b. Krohngold. Bessie Roenberg Esther Rosenberg. Rosie Rosenberg Isadore Paritz. I. J. Miller James Straus Robert Straus. Lima Beth Israel rabbi h. C. Kune Dorothy Frankel Consuelo Wise by Kleinberger Joseph Rapaport Solomon Kline. A is Loui Aville �?adath Israel Temple. Rabbi Joseph Raucho ret a a Sylvia Bornstein 1132 Fourth St. Rabbi Rauch visits the twice a month and has succeeded in befriending the boys in Many ways. A i p passover courtesies. We App Emanuel congregation san Francisco Cal. Rabbi Martin a. Meyer provided for the passover needs the jewish inmates the state Pris san Quentin. The congregation Greg also sent matzo and other passover delicacies to the jewish tomatoes the Preston school Industry. A at the former institution religious services were held during the passover holidays. These were All conducted by the inmates. / hebrew Union College the april number the hebrew Union College monthly has recently appeared. There Ere two in a titles y students the allege. A the by Barnett r. Brickner f att Eipps to pipe that the Judaism the a future must be the Judaism scientific choir rendered splendid selections. Cleveland women meet. 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