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INote.--The information given below is as of May 1, 1924.--An askrisk(*) indicates that revised data was not furnished upon request.] ALPHA EPSILON PI FRATERNITY Org. 1913. OFFICE 131 W. 13th, New York City Tenth Annual Convention, Dec. 29-31, 1923, New York City. Chapters, 12. Members, 350. PURPOSE: A national collegiate Greek-letter organization for Jewish students. OFFICERS: Pres., Sidney Picker, N. Y. C ; Vice-Pres., William Cohen, N. Y. C ; Treas., Herman Rolnick, N. Y. C ; Sec., Louis S. Amreich, Brooklyn, N. Y. BOARD OF GOVERNORS: The officers and Milton Adler, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Lewis J. Laventhol, Philadelphia, Pa.; Alfred D. Peltz, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Theodore R. Racoosin, N. Y. C ; I. L. Rubin, Philadelphia, Pa. ALPHA EPSILON PHI SORORITY Org. 1909. OFFICE: 134 E. 43d New York City Convention, Dec. 24, 1920, New York City Members 950. PURPOSE: TO foster close friendship between members, to stimulate the intellectual, social and spiritual life of the members, and to count as a force through service rendered to others. OFFICERS: Dean, Alice Borchard Greene (Mrs. S.), Montclair, N. J.; Sub.-Dean, Rose Oltusky, Waukegan, 111.; Treas., Jeanette Armstrong Slatoff (Mrs. E.), Newark, N. J.; Scribe, Stella Caplin Bloom (Mrs. N.) 338 McDonough, Brooklyn, N. Y. ALPHA OMEGA FRATERNITY Org. 1906, Inc., 1909. OFFICE: Secretary, 2435 N. 17th, Philadelphia, Pa. Sixteenth Annual Convention, Dec. 26-28, 1923. Boston, Mass. Members, 2,000. PURPOSE: Uphold the highest standards of the dental profession, provide for ourselves the pleasures.of universal brotherhood and to promote our general welfare. OFFICERS: Chancellor, A. M. Flaschner, Boston, Mass.; Suprem, Vice Chancellor, A. H. Berman, Baltimore, Md.; Supreme Scribee S. H. Bowman, 2435 N. 17th., Philadelphia, Pa.; Supreme Quaestor, J.

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W. Malkinson, Hartford, Conn.; Supreme Tribune, L. Marks, Philadelphia, Pa.; Editor, B. M. Brickman, W. Philadelphia, Pa.; Organizer, Wm. Ersner, Philadelphia, Pa.; Historian, S. Katzman, Rahway, N. J. TRUSTEES: E. Krieger, Baltimore Md.; Marshall, Pittsburgh, Pa.; A. H. Mendelsohn, Baltimore, Md.; J. M. Strully, Brooklyn, N. Y.; A. Wise, Pittsburgh, Pa. AMERICAN ACADEMY FOR JEWISH RESEARCH Org. June IS, 1920. OFFICE: Philadelphia, Pa. Meeting, Nov. 26, 1923, New York City. Members, 14; Honorary members, 3. PURPOSE: TO advance Jewish learning in America. OFFICERS: Pres., Louis Ginzberg, N. Y. C ; Treas., Jacob Z. Lauterbach, Cincinnati, O.; Sec, Henry Malter, 1531 Diamond, Philadelphia, Pa. AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE

Org. Nov. 11, 1906; inc. Mch. 16, 1911. OFFICE: 171 Madison Av.

New York City For report, see p. AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS Org. March 1916. Re-org. 1920. OFFICE: 1 Madison Av., New York City Convention, Oct., 1923, New York City. Delegates, 350. PURPOSE: TO further and promote Jewish rights; to safeguard and defend such rights wherever and whenever the same are either threatened or violated; to generally deal with all matters relating to and affecting specific Jewish interests. OFFICERS: Pres., Stephen S. Wise; Vice-Pres., Joseph Barondess; Aaron, Levy; Samuel Untermeyer; Treas., Geo I. Fox; Ex. Sec, B. G. Richards, 1 Madison Av., New York City. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: The Officers, and Max Abramoff, Phila., Pa.; Benj. Antin, N. Y. C ; David Aronson, Duluth, Minn.; Robt. August, N. Y. C ; Herman Bernstein, N. Y. C ; B. H. Birnbaum, Youngstown, O.; Maurice A. Bleich, Yonkers, N. Y.; Reuben Brainin, N.Y. C.; Meyer Brown, N. Y. C ; Gedalia Bublick, N. Y. C; Nathan Chasan, N. Y. C ; A. B. Cohen, Scranton, Pa.; Max Conheim, Chicago, 111.; Samuel Dickstein, N. Y. C ; Morris Dlugasch, N. Y. C ; Benj. Dubovsky, N. Y. C ; Joseph Durst, N. Y. C ; Nachman H. Ebin, N. Y. C ; Max Eckmann, N. Y. C ; Wm. Edlin, N. Y. C ; Adolph Edlis, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Harry Ehrenreich., N. Y. C ; Henry Eiser, N.Y. C ; S. C. Eldridge, San Antonio, Tex.; Sam'l Epstein, Chicago, 111.; Abr. J. Feldman, Phila., Pa.; ChaimFineman, Phila., Pa.; Harry M. Fisher, Chicago,

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111.; Leon Frani, Chicago, III.; Louis D. Gibbs, N. Y. C ; Jacob Ginsburg, Phila., Pa.; Jacob Goell, N. Y. C ; Abr. Goldberg, N. Y. C ; Abr. B. Goldman, Rochester, N. Y.; Solomon Goldman, Cleveland, O.; Sam'l Goldstein, N. Y. C ; Solomon Golubowsky, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Richard Gottheil, N. Y. C ; Leonard J. Grossman, Chicago, 111.; Isaac Hamlin, N. Y. C ; Harry Harriton, Buffalo, N. Y.; Gustave Hartman, N. Y. C ; Max Heller, New Orleans, La.; Ralph B. Hershon, N. Y. C ; Emanuel Hertz, N. Y. C ; Abr. Hirsh, Phila., Pa.; Max L. Hollander, N. Y. C ; Sam'l Horwitz, Detroit, Mich.; Asher Jacobson., N. Y. C ; Sam'l Kalesky; Mordecai A. Kaplan, N. Y. C ; M. Katz, Phila., Pa.; C. Hillel Kauvar, Denver, Colo.; Herman P. Koppelman, Hartford, Conn.; Sol. C. Kraus, Phila., Pa.; Arthur M. Lamport, N. Y. C ; Hyman Lazarus, Bayonne, N. J.; B. L. Levinthal, Phila., Pa.; Wm. B. Lewis, Phila., Pa.; Solon J. Liebeskind, N. Y. C ; Abr. Liesin, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Norvin R. Lindheim, N. Y. C ; Louis Lipsky, N. Y. C ; Mrs. J. L. Louisson, Portland, Ore.; Max Luria, Reading Pa.; Morris Margulies, N. Y. C ; Hirsh Masliansky, N. Y. C ; C. David Matt, Minneapolis, Minn.; Sam'l M. Melamed, Chicago, 111.; Jacob Miller, Detroit, Mich.; Lester Nusbaum, Rochester, N. Y.; Hugo Pam, Chicago, 111.; Sam'l B. Paulive, Chelsea, Mass.; Nathan D. Perlmann; Jacob Polevsky, Newark, N. J.; David R. Radovsky, Fall River, Mass.; Nathan Ratnoff, N. Y. C ; John Rissman, Chicago, 111.; Bernard A. Rosenblatt, N. Y. C ; Max Rudner, Canton, O.; Samuel Sale, St. Louis, Mo.; Leon Sanders, X. Y. C ; Herman Seidel, Baltimore, Md.; Abraham Schomer, N. Y. C ; David Shapiro, N. Y. C ; Bernard Shelvin, N. Y. C.; Anshel Shorr, Phila., Pa.; Max Shulman, Chicago, 111.; Mrs. Archibald Silverman, Providence, Rd. I.; Jos. L. Simon, Salem, Mass.; Mordecai Soltes, N. Y. C ; Adolph Stern, N. Y. C ; D. B. Steuer, N. Y. C.; Elihu D. Stone, Boston, Mass.; Nathan Straus, N. Y. C ; Harris Sussman, Mt. Vernon, X. Y.; Nahum Syrkin, N. Y. C ; Henrietta Szold, N. Y. C ; Jos. L. Tepper, Wash, ington, D. C ; Sigmund Thau, N. Y. C ; Philip Wattenberg, N. Y. C ; Morris Weinberg, N. Y. C ; Leo Wolfson, N. Y. C ; Isidor Zar, N. Y. C ; B. Ziv, Portsmouth, Va.; Nathan Zvirin, X. Y. C.

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY Org. 1892. OFFICE: 531 W. 123d, New York City Thirty-first Annual Meeting, May 5-6, 1923, Washington, D. C. Thirty-second Annual Meeting, May 24-25, 1924, Philadelphia, Pa. Members, 454. Has issued twenty-eight volumes of publications and an index to publications 1-20. Maintains a collection of books, manuscripts, and historical objects in its room in the building of the Jewish Theological Seminary, 531 W. 123d, N. Y. C.

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OFFICERS: Pres., Abraham S. W. Rosenbach, Phila., Pa.; Vice-Pres, Simon W. Rosendale, Albany, N. Y.; David Philipson, Cincinnati, O., Julian W. Mack, Chicago, 111.; N. Taylor Phillips, N. Y. C ; Richard J.; H. Gottheil; Treas., Henry S. Hendricks; Curator, Leon Huhner; Cor. Sec, Albert M. Friedenberg, 38 Park Row; Rec. Sec, Samuel Oppenheim, N. Y. C. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: The Officers, and Chas. J. Cohen, Phila., Pa.; Henry Cohen, Galveston, Tex.; Herbert Friedenwald, Washington, D. C.; Lee M. Friedman, Boston, Mass.; Jacob H. Hollander, Baltimore, Md.; Max J. Kohler, Harold Korn, N. Y. C ; Max L. Margolis Phila., Pa.; Alexander Marx, N. Y. C ; Abraham A. Neuman, Phila., Pa.; Lewis L. Strauss, Jr., N. Y. C ; Oscar S. Straus, N. Y. C , Cyrus Adler. Phila., Pa., ex-officio, as past presidents of the Society.

AMERICAN JEWISH PHYSICIANS' COMMITTEE Org. May 24, 1921. OFFICE: 5 Columbus Circle, New York City Second Annual Convention, May, 1922, New York City. Third Annual Convention, May, 1924, New York City. Members, 2,000. PURPOSE: TO build a medical college and hospital in connection with the Hebrew University in Palestine. OFFICERS: Pres., Nathan Ratnoff; Vice-Pres., Henry W. Frauenthal, and Meyer R. Robinson; Treas., Emanuel Libman; Sec, Israel S. Wechsler, N. Y. C. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Officers and David J. Kaliski, Chairman Joseph Bakst, Samuel J. Kopetzky, Simon Rothenberg. BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF HEBREW UNIVERSITY: Nathan Ratnoff, Chairman; Sigismund S. Goldwater, David J. Kaliski, Samuel J. Kopetzky, Israel Strauss. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Emil Altman, Joseph Bakst, Joseph Bieber, Leo Buerger, Samuel J. Druskin, Albert A. Epstein, Henry W. Frauenthal, Sigismund S. Goldwater, Julius Halpern, Isidore W. Held, Abr. M. Hilkowich, PhilipTIorowitz, Abraham Hymanson, Harry E. Isaacs, Leopold Jaches, Julius Jarcho, David J. Kaliski, Samuel J. Kopetzky, Joseph Krimsky, Emanuel Libman, William Linder, Herman Lorber, Nathan Ratnoff, Meyer R. Robinson, Simon Rothenberg, Samuel J. Scadron, A. Strachstein, Israel Strauss, I. S. Tunick, Israel S. Wechsler. AMERICAN PRO-FALASHA COMMITTEE Org. Aug. 1922. OFFICE: 50 Union Sq., New York City. PURPOSE: The educational and religious rehabilitation of the Falasha Jews of Abyssinia. OFFICERS: Chairman, Elias Margolis; Treas., Elias L. Solomon; Sec, J. Max Weis, all of New York City.

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EXECUTIVE CMMITTEE: S. Bendheim, N. Y. C ; Meyer Berlin, N. Y. C ; Edward N. Calisch, Richmond, Va.; Samuel S. Cohon, Cincinnati, O.; Bernard M. Drachman, N. Y. C ; Max Drob, N. Y. C. Harry W. Ettelson, Philadelphia, Pa.; Jacques Faitlovitch; Abraham J. Feldman, Philadelphia, Pa.; Solomon Foster, Newark, N. J.; Samuel Friedman, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Ephraim Frisch, San Antonio, Tex., Samuel H. C.oldenson, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Israel Goldstein, N. Y. C ; Sidney E. Goldstein, N. Y. C ; Richard Gottheil, N. Y. C ; Rudolph Grossman, N. Y. C ; M. H. Harris, N. Y. C ; James Heller, Cincinnati, O.; Maximilian Heller, New Orleans, La.; Mordecai M. Kaplan, N. Y. C ; Max D. Klein, Philadelphia, Pa.; Geo. A. Kohut, N. Y. C ; Nathan Krass, N. Y. C ; Jacob Z. Lauterbach, Cincinnati, O.; Arthur Lamport, N. Y. C ; David Lefkowitz, Dallas, Tex.; Samuel J. Levinson, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Elias Margolis, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; Alexander Marx, N. Y. C ; Joseph Rauch, Louisville, Ky.; Irving F. Reichert, N. Y. C ; Wm. Rosenau, Baltimore, Md.; A. E. Rothstein, N. Y. C ; Norman Salit, Far Rockaway, N. Y.; Harry Schneiderman, N. Y. C ; Elias L. Solomon, N. Y. C ; Nathan Stern, N. Y. C ; Mrs. EstelleM.Sternberger, N. Y. C.; A. B. Tintner, N. Y. C.; J. Max Weis, N. Y. C ; Peter Wiernik, N. Y. C ; Mrs. A. Joseph Wiesenfeld, Baltimore, Md.; Louis Wolsey, Cleveland, O. ADVISORY COUNCIL: David M. Bressler, N. Y. C ; Edward Cahn, N. Y. C ; Rudolph I. Coffee, Oakland, Cal.; Elijah Finkelstein, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Lee K. Frankel, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Sallie Glauber, N. Y. C ; Leo Jung, N. Y. C ; Max Klee, Chicago, 111.; Jacob Kohn N. Y. C ; Alma L. Lissberger, N. Y. C ; Solomon Lowenstein, N. Y. C ; Geo. Mord, Staten Island, N. Y.

AMERICAN ZION COMMONWEALTH Org. 1914. OFFICE: 114 Fifth Av., New York City Annual Meeting. Dec. 1923. New York City. Members, 4000. PURPOSE: Acquisition of land in Palestine. ~ OFFICERS: Pres., S. J. Weinstein; Treas., L. J. Lippmann., Sec., I. S. Adlerblum, all of N. Y. C. DIRECTORS: The Officers and, Solomon Deutsch, Morris Dlugasch, H. P. Fierst, Abraham Goldberg, H. Kottler, Charles Passman, Bernard A. Rosenblatt, Elias Silverstein, Abram Simon, Max Tachna. BARON DE HIRSCH FUND Org.Feb.9,1891; inc. 1891. OFFICE: 233 Broadway, New York City, Thirty-third Annual Meeting, Jan. 20, 1924, New York City. PURPOSE: TO Americanize and assimilate the immigrants with

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the masses and teach them to become good and self-supporting citizens, and to prevent by all proper means their congregating in large cities. The activities of the Fund fall under the following heads: I. Agriculture; subsidizing Jewish Agricultural Society and the National Farm School; granting scholarships for State agricultural school to young men desiring to take agriculture as their life work. II. BARON DE HIRSCH TRADE SCHOOL, 222 E. 64th, N. Y. C , offering to Jewish young men free instruction in day classes in the following trades: Machinist, Plumbing, Electrical, Sign Painting, Printing, Auto Mechanics, and Operating Engineering.

III. WOODBINE LAND AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.

IV. ENGLISH EDUCATION TO IMMIGRANTS. Day and evening classes. V. RELIEF WORK. Through subsidized societies in Maryland: Baltimore. New York: Brooklyn, New York City. OFFICERS: Pres., S. G. Rosenbaum; Vice-Pres., Alfred Jaretzki; Treas., Simon F. Rothschild; Hon. Sec, Max J. Kohler, 253 Broadway, N. Y. C. TRUSTEES: The Officers and Charles L. Bernheimer, Nathan Bijur, Abram I. Elkus, Samuel Greenbaum, Alfred Jaretzki, Mortimer L. Schiff, N. Y. C.; S. S. Fleisher, Phila., Pa.; Julius Rosenwald, Chicago, 111. MANAGING DIRECTOR, Eugene S. Benjamin; Asst. Sec, Geo. Bookstaver. BUREAU OF JEWISH SOCIAL RESEARCH Org. Apl., 1919. OFFICE: 114 Fifth Av., New York City Merger of Bureau of Philanthropic Research, Bureau of Jewish Statistics and Research of the American Jewish Committee, and the Field Bureau of the National Conference of Jewish Charities, and supported by funds provided by the American Jewish Committee, the New York Foundation, and the Federations of Jewish Philanthropies throughout the country, in addition to private contributions. PURPOSE: Research into problems of Jewish social and communal life in America and in other centers of Jewry throughout the world. OFFICERS: Chairman, Adolph Lewisohn; Treas., David M. Heyman; Sec, Solomon Lowenstein; Chairman Exec. Com., Cyrus L. Sulzberger. BOARD OF TRUSTEES: The Officers, and Cyrus Adler, B. D. Bogen, Fred M. Butzel, *Chas. Eisenman, Lee K. Frankel, Harry G. Friedman, I. E. Goldwasser, Mrs. Alexander Kohut, Herbert H. Lehman, Irvin F. Lehman, Alfred C. Meyer, Max Senior, Robert Senior; Nat Stone, Aaron Waldheim, Morris D. Waldman, Felix M. Warburg. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Cyrus L. Sulzburger, Chairman; Harry G. Friedman, I. E. Goldwasser, David M. Heyman, Mrs. Alexander Kohut, Herbert H. Lehman, Felix M. Warburg, N. Y. C. *Deceased.

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ADVISORY COMMITTEE: Lee K. Frankel, Chairman; Ludwig B. Bernstein, Jacob Billikopf, Boris D. Bogen, Louis M. Cahn, Maurice B. Hexter, Hyman Kaplan, 'Louis H. Levin, Solomon Lowenstein, Philip L. Seman, Frances Taussig, and Morris D. Waldman. ADMINISTRATION: Samuel A. Goldsmith, Director.

CENTRAL CONFERENCE OF AMERICAN RABBIS Org. July 9, 1899. OFFICE: Rochester, N. Y. Thirty-fourth Annual Convention, June 26-July 1, 1923, Cape May, N. J. Members, 266. Has issued thirty-one volumes of its Year Book; and besides, the Union Prayer Book; the Union Hymnal; the Union Haggadah; Prayers for Private Devotion; Army Ritual for Soldiers of the Jewish Faith (1916); and various other publications. OFFICERS: 1922-1923; Hon. Pres., Kaufman Kohler, N. Y. C ; Pres. Abram Simon, Washington, D. C ; Yice-Pres., Louis Wolsey, Cleveland, O.; Treas., Morris Newfield, Birmingham, Ala.; Rec, Sec, Isaac E. Marcuson, Macon Ga.; Cor. Sec, Morris S. Lazaron, Baltimore, Md. EXECUTIVE BOARD, 1922-1923: Israel Bettan, Cincinnati, O.; Leo M. Franklin, Detroit, Mich.; Louis J. Kopald, Buffalo, N. Y.; Jacob Z. Lauterbach, Cincinnati, O.; Felix A. Levy, Chicago, 111.; Louis L. Mann, Chicago, 111.; Joseph Rauch, Louisville, Ky,; William Rosenau, Baltimore, Md.; Leonard J. Rothstein, Pine Bluff, Ark.; Samuel Schulman, N. Y. C.; Nathan Stern, N. Y. C ; Jonah B. Wise, Portland, Ore. COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN

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DROPSIE COLLEGE FOR HEBREW AND COGNATE LEARNING Org. 1905. Inc. May 20, 1907. Broad and York, Philadelphia, Pa. Incorporated in State of Pennsylvania. Invested funds about $700,000.00 LIBRARY: Volumes and pamphlets, 25,153. OFFICERS: Pres., Cyrus Adler; Yice-Pres., Horace Stern; Treas., D. Hays Solis Cohen; Sec, Ephraim Lederer, Phila., Pa. 1 Deceased. a The Presicent for 1922-23 was E. N. Calisch and not Abram Simon as stated in Vol. 25.

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BOARD OF GOVERNORS: The Officers, and Harry Friedenwald, Baltimore, Md.; Isaac Gerstley, Louis Gerstley, Philadelphia, Pa.; Louis Marshall, N. Y. C ; Jules E. Mastbaum, Simon Miller, A. S. W. Rosenbach, Philadelphia, Pa.; Oscar S. Straus, N. Y. C ; Edwin Wolf, Philadelphia, Pa. FACULTY: Pres., Cyrus Adler (M. A., Pennsylvania; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins); Professor in charge of the Biblical Department, Max L. Margolis (M. A., Ph. D., Columbia); Professor in charge of the Rabbinical Department, Henry Malter (Ph.D., Heidelberg); Associate Professor Historical Department, Abraham A. Neuman (M. A., Columbia; H. L. D., Jewish Theological Seminary of America); Associate Professor Department of Cognate Languages, *B. Halper (M. A., London; Ph. D., Dropsie College); Instructor Biblical Department and Assistant Librarian, Joseph Reider (B. A., College of the City of New York; Ph. D., Dropsie College).

EDUCATIONAL LEAGUE FOR THE HIGHER EDUCATION

OF ORPHANS Org. 1896. OFFICE: 336 Engineer's Bldg., Cleveland, O. Twenty-fifth Meeting, July 11, 1920, Cleveland, O. OFFICERS: Pres. Alfred A. Benesch, Cleveland O.; Vice-Pres., M. J. Mandelbaum, Cleveland, O.; Hon Vice-Pres., Nathan Cohn, Tenn.; Adolph Freund, Mich.; Milton R. Hart, 111.; Sol. S. Kiser, Ind.; Max S. Schayer, Colo.; *Simon Wolf, District of Columbia; Treas., E. A.Schwarzenberg, Cleveland, O.; Sec, Eugene E. Wolf, Engineer's Bldg., Cleveland, O. GOVERNORS: Adolf Kraus, Pres., I. O. B.B.; *A. B.Seelenfreund, Sec, I. O. B. B.; and as ex-officio members of the Board the officers and members of the Executive Committee of the I. O. B. B.; David Alexander, Akron, O.; Myrtle W. Baer, Milwaukee, Wis.; Herbert D. Bloch, Cincinnati, O.; Isidore Freiberger, Cleveland, O.; Bernard Ginsburg, Detroit, Mich.; Edna Goldsmith, Cleveland, O.; Mrs. Bernard Greensfelder, St. Louis, Mo.; Grace Grossman, Youngstown, O.; Edgar A. Hahn, Cleveland, O.; Eugene Halle, Cleveland, O.; Clarence J. Hays, Cleveland, O.; D. A. Huebsch, Cleveland, O.; Mrs. Sigmundjoseph, Cleveland, O.; I. Kobacker, Toledo, O.; Samuel J. Kornhauser, Cleveland, O.; Fred Lazarus, Jr., Columbus, O.; Mrs. David Lefkowitz, Dallas, Tex.; Meyer Lovitch, Scranton Pa.; M. J. Mandelbaum, Cleveland, O.; Mrs. L. S. Musliner, Detroit Mich.; Emil Nathan, Mo.; Mrs. Jacob Ottenheimer, Cincinnati, O.; Mrs. Frank Rosenblatt, St. Joseph, Mo.; Anna C. Roth, Toledo, O.; Joseph Schonthal, Columbus O.; E. A. Schwarzenberg, Cleveland, O.; Abba Hillel Silver, Cleveland, O.; Harry Simon, St. Louis, Mo.; Phillip Stein, Chicago, 111.; Alex. Stern, Fargo, N. Dak.; I. L. Stern, Madison, Ind.; David Sternberg, Memphis, Tenn.; Carl Vetsburg, St. Louis, Mo.; A. L. Weinstein, Fort Wayne, Ind. Wm Woolner, Peoria, 111. ·Deceased.

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THE EX-PATIENTS' TUBERCULAR HOME OF DENVER, COLO. Org. 1908. OFFICE: 8000 E. Montview Blvd., Denver, Colo. Members, 35,000 PURPOSE: TO provide a home for helpless patients who after being discharged from any tubercular hospital or sanatorium are as yet unable to care for themselves. OFFICERS: Pres., Max Schradsky; Vice-Pres., M. Nierenberg; Sec, A. M. Blumberg, P. 0. Box 1768; Treas., M. Bronstine. DIRECTORS: D. R. Bank, M. Berkowitz, M. Binstock, A. M. Blumberg, M. Bronstine, M. H. Eber, Edward Grimes, A. Judelovitz, J. P. Karsh, A. Kiesler, J. Klatzkin, Frank Masure, M. Nierenberg, S. Priess, Simon Quiat, Jerome Reichart, Max Schradsky, M. Stein, D. Tober, Abner Wagman. FEDERATION OF HUNGARIAN JEWS IN AMERICA Org. Nov. 1. 1919. OFFICE: 1 Union Square, New York City Fifth Annual Convention, May 30, 1924, New York City. Members, 35,000 Societies, 92. PURPOSE: TO promote the educational, social and religious interest of the Hungarian Jews here and in Hungary. OFFICERS: Pres., Samuel Buchler; Vice-Pres., B. J. Fuerstein, Simon Miller; Treas., Isidor Rosenfeld; Sec, Bernard Price, N. Y. C. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: All Hungarian tyabbis ex-officio, and Samuel Bettelheim, Jacob Fischer, Morris Fried, Adolph Rosenbaum, Benj. Schnierer, Wm. Weiss. FEDERATION OF POLISH HEBREWS OF AMERICA Org. 1908. OFFICE: 55 W. 113th, New York City. Convention, May 9, 1922. New York City. Next Convention, May 11, 1924, New York City. Members, 40,000. PURPOSE: Interest in all Jewish matters. Provide for the sick a hospital incase they cannot afford to pay for their treatment; take care of orphans and aged people. OFFICERS: Pres., Abraham Rosenberg; Vice-Pres.. J. Gladstone; Treas., Benj. Winter; Sec, David Trautman, 38 W. 113th, N. Y. C. HAI RESH FRATERNITY Org. July, 1907. OFFICE: 3718 Holmes Av., Kansas City, Mo. Fifteenth Annual Conclave, July 1-5, 1923, St. Louis, Mo.

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Sixteenth Annual Conclave, June 29-July 3, 1924, Atlanta, G. Members. 724. Chapters 25. OFFICERS: Council Chief, Henry C. Frank, Los Angeles, Cal.; Council Prophet, Walter Nussbaum, Indianapolis, Ind.; Council Scribe, Leon R. Meyer, Kansas City, Mo.; Council Installer, Felix Salzstein, Milwaukee, Wis.; Council Historian, Julian Brody, Des Moines, la.; Council Editor, Henry Allman, Philadelphia.

HEBREW SHELTERING AND IMMIGRANT AID SOCIETY OF AMERICA OFFICE : 425 Lafayette, New York City. An amalgamation of the Hebrew Sheltering House Association, organized Nov., 1888, and the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, organized 1901. Fifteenth Annual Meeting Mch. 9, 1924, New York City. Contributors, 150,000. PURPOSE: TO facilitate the lawful entry of Jewish immigrants at the various ports in the United States, to provide them with temporary assistance, to prevent them from becoming public charges, to discourage their settling in congested cities, to encourage them to follow agricultural pursuits, to prevent ineligibles from immigrating to the United States, to foster American ideals, and to instill in them a knowledge of American history and institutions, and to make better known the advantages of desirable immigration. OFFICERS: Pres., John L. Bernstein, N. Y. C ; Vice-Pres., Adolph Copeland, Chicago, 111.; Isaac Heller, Boston, Mass.; Leon Kamaiky, N. Y. C ; Howard S. Levy, Phila., Pa.; Jacob Massel, N. Y. C ; Max Meyerson, N. Y. C ; Albert Rosenblatt, N. Y. C ; Leo S. Schwabacher, Seattle, Wash.; Israel Silberstein, Baltimore, Md.; Harry K. Wolff, San Francisco, Cal.; Treas., Harry Fischel, N. Y. C ; Hon. Sec, Joseph E. Eron; General Manager, Isaac L. Asofsky, N. Y. C. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: The Officers, and Morris Asofsky, Joseph Barondess, Joseph Baskin, Aaron Benjamin, B. B. Berkowitz, James Bernstein, John L. Bernstein, J. H. Cohen, Joseph E. Eron, Harry P. Fierst, Harry Fischel, Israel Friedkin, Adolph Held, Abraham Herman, Philip Hersh, Ph. Jaches, Alexander Kahn, Leon Kamaiky, Mrs. Leon Kamaiky, Nathan Kommel, Jacob J. Lesser, E. W. Lewin-Epstein, Harris Linetzky, M. S. Margolies, H. Masliansky, Jacob Massel, Max Meyerson, Max Pine, Nathan Roggen, Albert Rosenblatt, Ezekiel Sarasohn, Nathan Schoenfeld, B. Shelvin, Abraham I. Spero; B. Charney Vladeck and Morris Weinberg.

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HEBREW THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE Org. 1921. OFFICE: 3446 to 3452 Douglas Blvd., Chicago, 111. Library has about 6,000 volumes.PURPOSE: TO serve as an institution for higher Jewish learning and to provide facilities for students who wish to prepare themselves for the Rabbinate or for the teaching of Hebrew. OFFICERS: President, Rabbi Saul Silber; Vice-Pres., Samuel Ginsburg and Emil Braude; Treas., B. Laser; Recording Sec, M. Perlstein; Financial Sec, H. Hachman; Ex. Sec, Rabbi M. Burstein; Principal, Rabbi J. Greenberg. FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE: Pres., Rabbi Saul Silber; Instructors of Talmud and Codes, Rabbi N. Yablonsky, Rabbi S. Israelson, Rabbi H. Rubcnstein, Rabbi Z. Starabinsky, Mr. S. Levin; for Bible, Hebrew Grammar and Literature Mr. M. Shelinsky, E. Brody, J. Gurewitz; for Jewish History, Rabbinical Language and Literature, Prof. Abraham I. Schechter, Ph. D. (Dropsie College); for Midrash and Homiletics, Rabbi Saul Silber; for Public Speaking, Mr. Tysen. HEBREW UNION COLLEGE (See p. ) HISTADRUTH IVRITH Org. 1916. Re-org. 1922. OFFICE: 96 Fifth Av., New York City Convention, March 4-5, 1922, New York City. Societies, 50. Members, 2,000. PURPOSE: Hebrew culture and revival of Hebrew language. OFFICERS: Pres., R. Brainin; Yice-Pres., Ab. Goldberg, Ab. Spicehandler; Treas., Z. Scharfstein, Sec, M. Ribalow. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: J. Barondess, S. Bernstein, P. Churgin, S. Ginsberg, Z. Glatstein, J. Goldberg, Mrs. B. Grabelsky, Mordecai Halevi, J. T. Hellman, M. Lipson, Israel Matz, D. Persky, M. Rudensky, B. Shelvin, M. Ch. Tausner.

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF B'NAI B'RITH Org. Nov. 1, 1843. OFFICE: 1228 Tribune Bldg. Chicago, 111. Eleventh Quinquennial Convention, May 9, 1920, Cleveland, O. Members, 74,490. Lodges, 500 (in North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa). Districts, 14 (7 in the United States). Institutions founded by the Order in the United tates: HEBREW

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ORPHANS' HOME, ATLANTA, GA.; B'NAI B'RITH CEMETERY, Chicago, 111.; FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU, Chicago, 111.; JEWISH WIDOWS' AND

ORPHANS' HOME, New Orleans, La.; TOURO INFIRMARY, New Orleans,

La.; HOME FOR AGED AND INFIRM, Yonkers, N. Y.; JEWISH ORPHANS HOME, Cleveland, O.; B'NAI B'RITH FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU, Pittsburgh, Pa.; RELIEF COMMITTEE, Hot Springs, Ark., B'NAI B'RITH CLUB, San Francisco, Cal.; HOME FOR JEWISH ORPHANS, LOS Angeles, Cal.; IMMIGRANT SCHOOLS at Kalamazoo, Mich., and Memphis Tenn.; SABBATH SCHOOLS, at Houghton, Mich.; Trenton, N. J.; Sharon, Pa.; and Madison, Wis.; B'NAI B'RITH ORPHANAGE, at Erie, Pa.; LEO N. LEVI HOSPITAL, Hot Springs, Ark.; B'NAI B'RITH CLUB, Chicago, 111.; BOY'S VACATION CAMP, Chicago, 111.; SOCIAL SERVICE BOY'S SUMMER CAMP, Minneapolis, Minn. OFFICERS: Pres., Adolf Kraus, Chicago, 111.; First Vice-Pres,. Lucius

L. Solomons, San Francisco, Cal.; Second Vice-Pres., Archibald A. Marx, New Orleans, La., Jacob Singer, Philadelphia, Pa.; Sec, Leon L. Lewis, Chicago, 111. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Maurice D. Rosenberg, Washington, D. C : Charles Hartman, N. Y. C ; Sidney G. Kusworm, Dayton, O.; E. N. Calisch, Richmond, Va.; Henry Monsky, Omaha, Neb.; Berthold Timendorfer, Berlin, Germany; Adolphe Stern, Bucharest, Roumania; Josef Popper, Prague, Czecho-Slovakia; J. Neigo, Constantinople, Turkey; Sol. Ehrmann, Vienna, Austria. DISTRICTS: I. Org. 1851. Lodges, 64 Territory: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Eastern Canada. Sec, Max Levy, 2307 Brodway, N. Y. C. II. Org. 1852. Lodges, 45. Territory: Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, New Orleans, and Ohio. Sec, Leonard H. Freiberg, 504 St. Paul Bldg., Cincinnati, O. III. Org. 1860, Lodges, 38. Territory: Delaware, New Jersey, Pennasylvania, and West Virginia. Sec, Joseph Herbach, Philadelphia. IV. Org. 1863. Lodges, 35. Territory: Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, and British Columbia, Sec, I. J. Ascheim, 149 Eddy, San Francisco, Cal. V. Org. 1867. Lodges, 21. Territory: Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and District of Columbia Sec, Edwin H. Levy, P. O. Box 5, Ricmond, Va. VI. Org. 1868. Lodges 63. Territory: Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Manitoba, Ontario, and Alberta, Can. Sec, Leon L. Lewis, 1228 Tribune Bldg., Chicago, 111. VII. Org. 1873, Lodges, 85, Territory: Alabama, Arkansas., Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas. Sec, M. M. Goldman, Whitney Central Bldg., New Orleans, La.

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INDEPENDENT ORDER BRITH ABRAHAM Org. Feb. 7, 1887. OFFICE: 37 7th, New York City Thirty-seventh annual Convention June 3-5, 1923, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Members, 142,555 Lodges, 600. OFFICERS: Grand Master, Aaron J. Levy; First Deputy Grand Master, Adolph Stern, N. Y. C ; Second Deputy Grand Master, Samuel Kalesky, Boston, Mass.; Grand Sec, Max L. Hollander, N. Y. C ; Grand Treas., Max F. Wolff, N. Y. C ; Endowment Treas., Louis Gottlieb. INDEPENDENT ORDER BRITH SHOLOM Org. Feb. 23, 1905. OFFICE: 506-508 Pine, Philadelphia, Pa. Nineteenth Annual Convention, June 15-17, 1924, Newark, N. J. Eighteenth Annual Convention, June 17-19,1923, Atlantic City, N. J. Members, 28,960. Lodges, 228. OFFICERS: Grand Master, Sol. C. Kraus, Phila. Pa.; First Deputy Grand Master, Asher Jacobson, N. Y. C ; Second Deputy Grand Master, A. S. Kanengieser, Newark, N. J.; Third Deputy Grand Master, A. L. Jacobs, Providence, R. I.; Fourth Deputy Grand Master, M. Kaplan, Baltimore, Md.; Fifth Deputy Grand Master, H. Koppelman, Hartford, Conn.; Sixth Deputy Grand Master, Max Epstein, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Seventh Deputy Grand Master, Samuel Micon, Chicago, 111.; Eighth Deputy Grand Master, J. A. Block, Detroit, Mich.; Ninth Deputy Grand Master, Harry D. Rovin, St. Louis, Mo.; Tenth Deputy Grand Master, M. D. Bloom, Richmond Va.; Grand Sec..Martin O. Levy, Phila., Pa.; Assistant Grand Sec, Adolph.Rosenblum, Phila., Pa.; Grand Treas., J. Edelstein, Phila, Pa. INDEPENDENT ORDER FREE SONS OF ISRAEL Org. Jan. 18, 1849. OFFICE: 3109 Broadway, New York City Next Triennial Convention May 25, 1924, Atlantic City, N. J. Districts, 2. Lodges, 83. Members, 8,429. OFFICERS: Grand Master, Solon J. Liebeskind; First Deputy Grand Master, Benj.H. Wasserman; Second Deputy Grand Master, Sol. Kahn; Third Deputy Grand Master, Samuel Michaels; Grand Sec, Henry J. Hyman; Grand Treas., Emil Tausig. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Leo Benjamin, A. Bieringer, M. Angelo Elias, Israel L. Feinberg, Maurice Fleischmann, Jacob A. Hirschman, Monte M. Jacobs, Chas. H. Kirschner, Henry Kramer, Henry Lipsky, Ben Moses, Benjamin Nagelschmidt, Jos. Nordenschild, Henry V. Rothschild, Edward Schulhof, Bernard Shane, Herman Stiefel.

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DISTRICTS: I. Territory: Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland. II. Territory: Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, and Indiana.

INDEPENDENT ORDER SONS OF DAVID Org. June 1905. OFFICE: 218 Ruben Bldg., McKeesport, Pa. Convention, June 25, 1922, Pittsburgh, Pa. Members, 1,360. PURPOSE: Life insurance and to further Jewish activities. OFFICERS: Ex-Grand Master, K. Kovacs, Duquesne, Pa.; Grand Master, J. M. Steinitz, Rankin, Pa.; Deputy Grand Masters, Harry Feldman and Hyman Jacobs, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Grand Treas., J. L. Diamond, McKeesport, Pa.; Grand Sec, S. J. Klein, P. O. Box 228, MsKeesport, Pa.; Grand Master-at-Arms, Sam Moscowitz, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Grand Inner Guard, Emanual Weiss, McKeesport, Pa.; Grand Outer Guard, M. D. Pachtman, Braddock, Pa. EXECUTIVE BOARD: L. Judkowitz, McKeesport, Pa.; Moe Klein, McKeesport Pa.; Max Lazear, Braddock, Pa.; Isaac Neuman, Pittsburgh, Pa.; A. H. Rosenberg, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Joseph Seiger, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Alex Steiner, Pittsburgh, Pa.

INDEPENDENT WESTERN STAR ORDER

Org. Feb. 13, 1894. OFFICE: 1127 Blue Island Av., Chicago, III. Seventh Biennial Convention, Aug. 14, 1922, Detroit, Mich. Lodges, 128. Members. 17, 924. OFFICERS: Grand Master, H. M. Barnett, Chicago, 111.; ViceGrand Masters: Meyer Sack, Phila., Pa.; H. Waiss, Detroit, Mich.; G. Roth, St. Louis, Mo.; First Deputy Grand Master, M. Bernstein, N. Y. C ; Second Deputy Grand Master, I. Green, Cleveland, O.; Grand Sec, I. Shapiro, 1127 Blue Island Av.; Grand Endowment Treas., I. Schor; Grand General Fund Treas., D. Arkin; Grand Counsellor, Joseph Rubens, Chicago, III.; Grand Medical Examiner, Dr. S. Stol, Chicago, 111. INDEPENDENT WORKMEN'S CIRCLE OF AMERICA, INC. Org. Dec. 28. 1906. OFFICE: 86 Leverett, Boston, Mass. Seventeenth Annual Convention, May 26-29, 1923, New York City. Members, 5,576. OFFICERS: Chairman, Hyman Hurwitz, Revere, Mass.; ViceChairman, Jack Shneider, Roxbury, Mass.; Treas., Aaron Moldow

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Brookline, Mass; Rec. Sec, David Monosson, Roxbury, Mass.; Gen. Sec, Samuel Egdall, Boston, Mass. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Samuel Albert, Boston, Mass.; Hyman Cohen, Quincy, Mass.; Sam Cohen, Boston, Mass.; Hyman Gilbert, Lynn, Mass.; Nathan Gordon, W. Lynn, Mass.; Louis Greenfield, E. Boston, Mass.; Hyman Kessler, S. Boston, Mass.; Julius Levin, Roxbury, Mass.; Benj. Novick, Jr., Salem, Mass.; Morris Ricklin, Roxbury, Mass.; Philip Schiff, Boston, Mass.; Louis Shlosberg, Boston, Mass>; Abr. Trucktman, Revere, Mass.; Sam'l Wilcon, Dorchester, Mass. JEWISH AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION Org. Mch. 20, 1910. OFFICE: 356 Second Av., New York City OFFICERS: Pres., Julius Rosenwald, Chicago, 111.; Vice-Pres., Louis Marshall; Treas., Samson Lachman; Hon. Sec, Henrietta Szold, New York City. TRUSTEES: Cyrus Adler, Samuel S. Fels, Phila., Pa.; Samson Lachman, N. Y. C ; Julian W. Mack, Chicago, 111.; J. L. Magnes, Louis Marshall, N. Y. C.; Milton J. Rosenau, Boston, Mass.; Julius Rosenwald, Chicago, 111.; Nathan Straus, N. Y. C. JEWISH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, INC. Org. Feb. 12, 1900. OFFICE: 301 E. 14th New York City Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting, March 4, 1924. New York City. Branch Offices: Chicago, 111.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Ellenville, N. Y. PURPOSE : The encouragement of farming among Jewish immigrants in the United States. ACTIVITIES: Maintains agricultural bureau of information and advice; assists Jewish immigrants to become farmers by helping them to find suitable farms and by loans on favorable terms; loans money to Jewish farmers who require financial assistance; maintains Farm Labor Bureau for the placing out of Jewish young men as farm laborers; conducts bureau to help farmers improve sanitary conditions on their farms. Publishes The Jewish Farmer, a monthly agricultural paper, in Yiddish; issues Yiddish agricultural text books; maintains itinerant agricultural instructors to lecture to farmers on agricultural topics, conduct demonstrations on their own farms, and organize the farmers into associations for their material, educational, social, and religious advancement; grants free scholarships at agricultural colleges to children of Jewish farmers; makes loans to Jewish students in agricultural colleges. WORK DONE SINCE ORGANIZATION: Farm Loans, 6980 to 6038 farers amounting to 54,415,622 in 38 states; was instrumental in the organization of farmers' associations; assisted in organizing a Co-

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operative Fire Insurance Company and other co-operative enterprises among Jewish farmers, etc. WORK IN 1923: Farm loans, 353, amounting to $272,830; farm loans outstanding (Dec. 31, 1923), $1,192,016; farm labor positions secured, 704; scholarships granted, 12. OFFICERS: Pres., Percy S. Straus; Vice-Pres., Eugene S. Benjamin; Treas., Lewis L. Strauss; Sec, Reuben Arkush, N. Y. C. DIRECTORS: The Officers and Alfred Jaretzki, N. Y. C ; Jacob G. Lipman, New Brunswick, N. J.; Joseph A. Rosen, N. Y. C.; Francis F. Rosenbaum, N. Y. C ; Cyrus L. Sulzberger, N. Y. C. GENERAL MANAGER: Gabriel Davidson; Asst. Manager, Philip R. Strisik. JEWISH CHAUTAUQUA SOCIETY Org. Apl. 29, 1893. OFFICE: 1305 Stephen Girard Bldg., 21 S. 12th, Philadephia, Pa. Thirty-second Assembly, Dec. 23-27, 1923, Washington, D. C. Correspondence Students, 377. Members, 4,000. OFFICERS: Vice Chancellors, Harry W. Ettelson, Phila., Pa.; Louis Mann, Chicago, 111.; Wm. Rosenau, Baltimore, Md.; Hon. Pres., Abram I. Elkus, N. Y. C ; Pres., Arthur K. Stern, Phila., Pa.; Vice-Pres., Marvin Nathan, Phila., Pa.; Treas., Emil Selig, Phila., Pa.; Sec, Jeanette Miriam Goldberg, Jefferson, Tex. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Leon L. Berkowitz, Arthur A. Fleisher, Walter Fox, Jacob S. Goldbaum, Joseph J. Grcenberg, David Kirschbaum, Lionel Levy, Albert H. Lieberman, Samuel Stern, Joseph K. Willing, Phila., Pa.; A. H. Auerbach, A. C. Wurmser, Kansas City, Mo.; Julius Goldenberg, R. B. H. Lyon, Abram Simon, Washington, D. C ; David Lefkowitz, Dallas, Tex.; Emil Mayer, St. Louis, Mo.; Frank J. Rubenstein, Lancaster, Pa.; Louis Wolsey, Cleveland, O. HONORARY MEMBERS: Corinne B. Arnold, Oscar Loeb, Phila., Pa.; Mrs. Chas Heidelberger, Atlantic City, N. J. CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL FACULTY: Wm. Rosenau, Dean, Baltimore, Md.; Edward N. Calisch, Richmond, Va.; Julius H. Greenstone, Phila., Pa.; Eugene M. Lehman, N. Y. C ; Abram Simon, Washington, D. C ; David E. Weglein, Baltimore, Md. JEWISH CONSUMPTIVES' RELIEF ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA Org. Sept. 28,1912. OFFICE: 404 Union League Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. Sanatorium at Duarte, Cal. Auxiliary Societies, 12. Members, 75,000. PURPOSE: Sanatorium of 116 beds for treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis.

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OFFICERS: Pres., H. M. Silverberg; Vice-Pres., Peter M. Kahn; Sec, A. Shapiro; Treas., Irving H. Hellman; Exec. Sec, S. Lubarski-Debalta, Los Angeles, Cal. BOAKD OF DIRECTORS: G. Evans, A. Horowitz, Max Jacobs, Peter M. Kahn, N. Kavinoky, H. Leviton, Sol. Meyer, M. Michaelson, L. A. Pertson, J. A. Rosenkranz, M. Russakov, A. Shapiro, Chaim Shapiro, H. M. Silverberg, Wm. Silverman, J. Steinberg.

JEWISH CONSUMPTIVES' RELIEF SOCIETY OF DENVER Org. Jan. 2, 1904. Inc. June 25, 1904. Denver, Colo. Nineteenth Annual Convention, July 9-11, 1923, Denver, Colo. Twentieth Annual Convention, May 30-June 2, 1924, Washington D. C. Contributors, 100,000. Income 1923, S419.982.77 Capacity, sanatorium, 260 beds. Auxiliary Societies, 11.

ORGANIZED DISTRICTS, 9.

Publishes The Sanatorium. Pres., Philip Hillkowitz, 236 Metropolitan Bldg.; VicePres., I. Rude, H. J. Schwartz; Treas., Ben Grimes; Sec, C. D. Spivak. TRUSTEES: S. L. Bresler, S. F. Disraelly, Emanuel Friedman, H. H. Frumess, Ben Grimes, Philip Hillkowitz, Ph. Hornbein, C. H. Kauvar, Mrs. I. J. Kolinsky, D. H. Krohn, Max D. Xeusteter, J. B.Pizer, S. G. Rosenthal, I. Rude, H. J. Schwartz, C. D. Spivak, Louis Stern, Nathan Striker, A. L. Taussig, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. L. Bloch, N. Y. C , representing New York, Ladies' Auxiliary; Mrs. Morris Friedman, St. Louis, Mo., representing St. Louis Ladies' Auxiliary; and Aaron J. Levy, N. Y. C , representing Independent Order Brith Abraham. NEW YORK OFFICE: Managers, Rosen and Miller, 31 Union Square.

OFFICERS:

JEWISH INSTITUTE OF RELIGION Org. Oct. 1, 1922. OFFICE: West 68th., New York City Students, 19. PURPOSE: A school of training for the Jewish Ministry, Research and Community Service. OFFICERS: Acting Pres., Stephen S. VVise; Chairman Bd. of Trustees, Lee K. Frankel; Vice Chairman, Julian W. Mack; Treas., H. M. Kaufmann; Hon. Sec, Nathan W. Straus, Jr.; Sec, Mildred Blout, all of N. Y. C. BOARD OF T R I S T E E S : Charles E. Bloch, Abram I. Elkus, N. Y. C ; Leon Falk, Pittsburgh Pa.; Lee K. Frankel, Sidney E. Goldstein, Richard Gottheil, N. Y. C ; M. E. Greenebaum, Chicago, III.; Albert

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M. Greenfield, Phila., Pa.; Frederick L. Guggenheimer, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Max Guggenheimer, Lynchburg, Va.; Joseph Hagedorn, Phila., Pa.; Maurice L. Harris, Walter S. Hilborn, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Edward Katzinger, Chicago, 111.; Edmund I. Kaufmann, Washington, D. C. H. M. Kaufmann, Geo. A. Kohut, N. Y. C ; Gerson B. Levi, Chicago, 111.; Julian W. Mack, MaxSchallek, Nathan Straus, Jr., Israel Thurman, Samuel Wasserman, Stephen S. Wise, N. Y. C.

JEWISH MINISTERS' ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA Org. Mch., 1917. OFFICE: 74 E. 118th, New York City Members 76. OFFICERS: Treas., Benzion Pearl; Sec, S. L. Hurwitz, 66 W. 118th, N. Y. C ; Chairman of the Executive, S. Buchler, 1800 Seventh Av., N. Y. C. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: S. Buchler; S. L. Hurwitz; Benzion Pearl; T. Kosuth. JEWISH MINISTERS CANTORS' ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA Org. June 1, 1918. OFFICE: 40 Second Ave., New York City Convention, May 29-31, 1923, New York City. Members, 250. PURPOSE: T O uplift the profession and give aid to cantors in need and to their families. OFFICERS: Pres., Jacob Rapaport; Vice-Pres., P. Jassinovsky; Sec, S. Weisser, Ch. Kotyliansky; Treas., M. Aranoff, N. Y. C. DIRECTORS: N. Abramson, N. Cantor, B. Chagy, G. Ephross, S. Fine, M. Hillman, A. Levine, L. Lipitz, M. Schachter, S. Schlager, E. Spivack. JEWISH MOTHER'S ALLIANCE OF THE UNITED STATES Inc., 1916. Los Angeles, Cal. PURPOSE: TO unite all the Jewish women and promote the interests of the Jewish people. OFFICERS: Pres., Mrs. S. H. Harris,; Vice-Pres., Mrs. E. H. Rich.; Mrs. J. Schlaichod, Sec, Mrs. M. Scholtz; Treas., Mrs. Edmund Lazard; Ex-Sec, Mrs. L. Kornsweet, 244 N. Breed, Los Angeles, Cal.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Mrs.--Albert; Mrs. D. Borris; Mrs.--Benioff;

Mrs.--Bornstein; Mrs.--Briskin; Mrs.--Finkelstein; Mrs.--Kuller; Mrs.--Lowman; Mrs.--Marcus; Mrs. B. Maripol; Mrs.--Ojena; Mrs. J. Rich; Mrs.--Scheinbaum; Mrs. L. Weinstein; Mrs.--Wisotsky; Mrs--Wolfson.

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Org. 1912. OFFICK: 228 E. Broadway, New York City Eighth Convention, June 4-7, 1922, Boston, Mass. Ninth Convention, May 1-4, 1924, Philadelphia, Pa. Branches, 112. Members, 6,100. PURPOSE: Fraternal, Social, and Educational Order. OFFICERS: Pres., Meyer L. Brown; Vice-Pres., Israel Applebaum; Treas., Nathan Zvirin; Sec, Samuel Goldstein, N. Y. C. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: B. A. Babitch, H. Bass, Wm. Gelbard, Ph. Gingold, I. Hamlin, M. KastofT, R. Plotrott, J. Rearson, I. Semel.

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Org. 1922. OFFICE: 167 W. 13th, New York City Members, 250. PURPOSE, Exploring Palestine. OFFICERS: Hon. Chairman, Cyrus Adler, Philadelphia, Pa.; Hon. Treas., Sol. Lamport, N.Y. C ; Treas., Arthur L. Malkenson, N. Y. C ; Hon. Sec, Henry Hurwitz, N. Y. C ; Field Sec, Jacob Maniloff, N. Y. C ; and Oscar Berman, Cincinnati, O.; Reuben Brainin, N. Y. C.; Alfred M.Cohen, Cincinnati, O.; A. Coralnik, N. Y. C ; Harry Fischel, N.Y.C.; Harry M. Fisher, Chicago, 111.; G. George Fox, Chicago, 111.; Sam'l H. Goldenson, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Howard Goodhart, N. Y. C ; Max Heller, New Orleans, La.; Mordecai M. Kaplan, N. Y. C ; Nathan D. Kaplan, Chicago, 111.; Max D. Klein, Phila., Pa.; Adolph Kraus, Chicago, 111.; MorrisS. Lazaron, Balto., Md.; R. B. H. Lyon, Washington, D. C ; Julian W. Mack, N. Y. C ; Nathan J. Miller, N. Y. C., Julian Morgenstern, Cincinnati, O.; D. de Sola Pool, X. Y. C ; Tobias Schanfarber, Chicago, 111.; Israel Schapiro, Washington, D. C ; Abram Simon, Washington, D. C ; Oscar S. Straus, N". Y. C ; Felix M. Warburg N. Y. C ; Peter Wiernik, N. Y. C.

JEWISH PUBLICATION SOCIETY OF AMERICA Org. June, 1888. OFFICE: 1201 N. Broad, Philadelphia, Pa. For the Report of the Thirty-sixth Year of The Jewish Publication Society of America, see pp. seq.

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JEWISH SABBATH ALLIANCE OF AMERICA Org. 1905. OFFICE: 302 E. 14th, New York City PURPOSE: Promotionof the observance of the Seventh Day Sabbath. OFFICERS: Pres., Bernard Drachman; Vice-Pres., Isser Reznik; Treas., R. L. Savitzky; Exec, Sec.Wm. Rosenberg, 302 E. 14th., N. Y. C. JEWISH SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY POALE ZION OF UNITED STATES AND CANADA Org. 1905. OFFICE: 133 Second Av., New York City Fourteenth Annual Convention, Oct. 11-16, 1922, Toronto, Can. Members, 5,000 PURPOSE: The restoration of the Jewish people in Palestine; the establishment of a socialistic commonwealth; the organization of the Jewish labor class for its economic and political interests in America; the organization of the Jewish workmen ready to settle in Palestine in co-operative groups for the creation of better living conditions; the education of the Jewish masses in America; the issuing of literature devoted to the interests of the Jewish workmen and of books treating of the life of the new Jew developing in Palestine; the organization of the Jewish labor classes into trade unions. OFFICERS: General Sec, I. Hamlin; Treas., S. Siegel, N. Y. C. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: I. Applebaum, H. Bagrad, I. Berkenblith, S. Boncheck, M. Brown, P. Cruso, H. Ehrenreich, J. Entin, Ch. Fineman, P. Gingold, Ch. Gudman, I. Hamlin, J. Kaufman, N. Perlmuter, David Pinski, W, Shwartz, S. Siegel, N. Sirkin, B. Zuckerman. JEWISH SOCIALIST VERBAND OFFICE: 175 E. Broadway, New York City PURPOSE: TO organize the Jewish Socialists for the Socialist Movement in America. OFFICERS: Sec, Nathan Chanin; Treas., Alexander Kahn. Org. 1921. ·JEWISH TEACHERS' SEMINARY Org. 1917. OFFICE: 228 E. Broadway, New York City. Third Annual Convention, Apl. 28, 1921, Philadelphia, Pa. Members, 4,000. PURPOSE: Aims to prepare efficient teachers for Jewish Schools, lo advance Jewish culture in America and to introduce the Jewish working masses to world culture in general.

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OFFICERS: Pres., Joel Entin, N. Y. C ; Sec. Pinchos Gingold, 2 E. 111th N. Y. C ; Dir.r Jehuda Kaufman, Brooklyn, N. Y. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Mayer Brown, N. Y. C ; M. Gittleson, Brooklyn, N. Y. C ; B. Z. Goldberg, J. L. Jaffa, J. Kling, J. Kopiloff, J. Matyson, Jacob Milch, H. Mindlin, N. Y. C ; S. Niger, Brooklyn, N. Y.; A. S. Sachs, Hoboken, N. J.; Chaim Schauss, Brooklyn, N. Y.; L. Trop, N. Y. C.

JEWISH THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF AMERICA Org. 1886. OFFICE: 531 W. 123d, New York City Incorporated in State of New York. Invested Funds: for Seminary $1,036,900; for Teachers' Institute, $66,500. Library: Printed volumes, 70,000; Manuscripts, 6,000. Thirtieth Commencement, June 1, 1924. Graduates, Rabbinical Course, in 1924, 7. Whole number of graduates, Rabbinical Course, 164. Graduates, Teachers'Institute. Teachers'Training Course, in 1924,9. Extension Course, in 1924, 4. Whole number of graduates, Teachers' Institute, 288. OFFICERS OF THE BOARD: Chairman Board of Directors, Louis Marshall; Hon. Sec, Sol. M. Stroock; Treas., Lewis S. Strauss, N. Y. C. DIRECTORS: (for life) Daniel Guggenheim, Adolph Lewisohn, Louis Marshall, Felix M. Warburg, N. Y. C ; Philip S. Henry, Asheville, N. C ; Cyrus Adler, Phila., Pa.; Henry A. Dix, N. Y. O ; Simon M. Roeder, N. Y. C ; (Term expiring 1925) Samuel Greenbaum, N. Y. C , William Fischman, Irving Lehman, Sol. M. Stroock, Max Drob, N. Y. C ; William Gerstley, Phila., Pa.; Harry Friedenwald, Baltimore, Md; David S. Ellis, Boston, Mass. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Chairman, Louis Marshall, Cyrus Adler, Daniel Guggenheim, Simon M. Roeder. FACULTY: Acting President Cyrus Adler, Ph. D. (Johns Hopkins); Professor of Talmud, Louis Ginzberg, Ph. D. (Heidelberg); Professor of History, Alexander Marx, Ph.D. (Koenigsberg); Professor of Homiletics, Mordecai M. Kaplan, M. A. (Columbia); Professor of Medieval Hebrew Literature, Israel Davidson, Ph.D. (Columbia); Professor of Codes, Moses Hyamson, B. A. LL.D. (University of London); Sabato Morais, Professor of Biblical Literature and Exegesis, Jacob Hoschander, Ph.D. (Marburg); Associate Professor, Morris D. Levine, M.A. (Columbia); Instructor, Louis Finkelstein, Ph.D. (Columbia); Instructor in Hazanuth, Israel Goldfarb, B. S. (Columbia); Hazan, Morris Jacobson; Instructor in Public Speaking, Walter H. Robinson. LECTURERS FOR 1924. Samuel M. Cohen, Max Drob, Israel Goldstein, Jacob Kohn, D. H. L., Ray O. Wyland. LIBRARY STAFF: Librarian, Alexander Marx; Cataloguers, Israel Shapiro, Joshua Finkel, Isaac Rifkind; Assistant in Library, Philip Abrahams; Secretary to Librarian, Maria Friedlaender.

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REGISTRAR: Israel Davidson. SECRETARY: Joseph B. Abrahams. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE, 34 Stuyvesant Place. Principal, Mordecai M. Kaplan, 1 W. 89th; Instructors: Morris D. Levine, Joseph Bragin, Leo L. Honor, Zwi Scharfstein, Max Kadushin, Osher Ovsay, I. S. Chipkin, Hillel Bavli, Benjamin Silk, Anna Machlowitz, Arthur H. Neulander, Jacob S. Golub, Leon Lang, Leah Klepper, Samuel Zaretski, Tillie Weitzman. Special Committee: Sol. M.Stroock, Chairman; Mordecai M. Kaplan, Samuel Greenbaum, Irving Lehman, J. L. Magnes, Felix M. Warburg, Cyrus Adler.

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Org. July 4, 1901. Annual Convention, July, 1923, New York City. Members, 158. OFFICERS: Pres., Louis M. Epstein, Roxbury, Mass. Vice-Pres., Max Drob, N. Y. C ; Rec. Sec, Norman Salit, Far Rockaway, N. Y.; Cor. Sec, Leon Spitz, New Haven, Conn.; Treas., Louis Feinherg, Cincinnati, O. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Nathan Blechman, Elizabeth, N. J.; Mortimer J. Cohen, Philadelphia, Pa.; Louis Finkelstein, N. Y. C ; Samuel Fredman, Philadelphia, Pa.; Solomon Goldman, Cleveland, O.; Julius H. Greenstone, Philadelphia, Pa.; Max Kadushin, N. Y. C ; C. E. Hillel Kauvar, Denver, Colo.; Max D. Klein, Philadelphia, Pa.; Jacob Kohn, N. Y. C ; Morris D. Levine, N. Y. C ; H. I. Levinthal, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Louis M. Levitzsky, Wilkesbarre, Pa.; Herman Lissauer, San Francisco, Cal.

JEWISH VALOR LEGION Org. Feb. 1921. OFFICE: 101 W. 42nd, New York City Members, 638. PURPOSE: Welfare of Ex-Service men of Jewish faith; compilation of records of Jewish soldiers in American army in World War. OFFICERS: Commander, Sydney G. Gumpertz; Sr. Vice-Commander, Benjamin Kaufman; Jr. Vice-Commander, Abraham Krotoshinsky; Adjutant, David Bernstein, 427 E. 134th, N. Y. C. TRUSTEES: Herman L. Bush, Roxbury, Mass.; Sam Goldberg, St. Louis, Mo.; Irving Klein, Oakland, Cal.; Benj. Prager, Pittsburgh, Pa.

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JEWISH VETERANS OF THE WARS OF THE REPUBLIC Org. 1900, Inc. 1920. OFFICE: 350 Madison Av., Room 919, New York City Posts, 16. Members, 6,000. PURPOSE: TO be of greater service to this country and to one another, and to perpetuate the highest ideals of the Jewish soldiers. OFFICERS: Commander-in-Chief, David Solomon; Sen. Vice-Com.in-Chief, Morris Barison; Jr. Vice-Corn.-in-Chief, Harry Appel; Chief of Staff, Julius W. Goldberg; Adj. Gen., Percy Freeman; Quartermaster General, Jacob Reitzfield; Asst. Quartermaster General, Abr. Heiderwitz; Hist. Gen., Louis L. Krauss; Chaplain-in-Chief, Stephen S. Wise; Judge Advocate General, A. J. Hausman; Surgeon General, George Flamm. JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF AMERICA Org. Nov. 1919. OFFICE: 248 Engineers Bldg. Cleveland, O. Members, 264. PURPOSE: TO preserve the principles for which we waged war against the Imperial German Government, to perpetuate the blessings of liberty and justice to mankind and promote the general welfare. OFFICERS: Commander, A. I. Hausman, 248 Engineers Bldg.; ViceCommander, J. P. Rose; Treas., Ed. Rubenstein; Sec, M. Hammer; Adj., W. Z. Porter; Sgt. at Arms, M. Katz. JEWISH WELFARE BOARD Org. 1917. OFFICE: 352 4th Av., New York City Amalgamated with Council of Young Men's Hebrew and Kindred Associations, July 1, 1921. Affiliated Organizations, 16. Constituent Societies, 370. PURPOSE: TO promote the social welfare of soldiers, sailors, and marines in the service of the United States and especially to provide for men of the Jewish faith in the Army and Navy adequate opportunity for religious worship and hospitality of Jewish communities adjacent to military and naval posts. To stimulate the organization and to assist in the activities of Jewish Centres, such as Young Men's Hebrew Associations, Young Women's Hebrew Associations, and kindred organizations, and to co-operate with all similar bodies on the development of Judaism and good citizenship. OFFICERS: Pres., Irving Lehman, \ . Y. C ; Vice-Pres.. Felix M. Warburg, N. Y. C ; Jacob M. Loeb, Chicago, 111.; Jacob K. Newman, New Orleans, La.; M. C. Sloss, San Francisco, Cal.; Sec, Joseph Rosenzweig, N. Y. C ; Treas., Edward S. Steinam.

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: The Officers, and Cyrus Adler, Julius Ochs Adler, Henry J. Bernheim, Boris D. Bogen, Fred M. Butzel, Alfred M. Cohen, Abel Davis, Carl Dreyfus, Abram I. Ellcus, David A. Ellis, Harry Fischel, William Fischman, Walter Freund, Felix Fuld, I. Edwin Goldwasser, Samuel Greenbaum, Mrs. Jerome J. Hanauer, Maurice H. Harris, Charles Hartman, Isaac Hassler, Louis E. Kirstein, Harry Klonick, M. S. Margolies, Louis Marshall, Leon J. Obermayer, William Rosenau, Morris Rothenberg, Bernard Semel, Mrs. Israel Unterberg, Israel Unterberg, Max R. Wainer, Benjamin S. Washer, A. Leo Weil, J. L. Wiseman, Mrs. Alexander Wolf, Morris Wolf. ADMINISTRATION: Exec. Dir., Harry L. Glucksman; Dir. Jewish Center Activities, Louis Kraft; Dir. Army and Navy Service Dept., E. Chas. Sydney.

JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE OF THE AMERICAN FUNDS FOR JEWISH WAR SUFFERERS Org. Nov. 24, 1914. OFFICE: 64 Water, New York City Members, 65. PURPOSE: Distribution of funds received by the American Jewish Relief Committee, the Central Committee for the Relief of Jews Suffering Through the War, and the People's Relief Committee. OFFICERS: Chairman, Felix M. Warburg; Vice-Chairman, Herbert H. Lehman, Jas. N. Rosenberg; Treas., Paul Baerwald; Associate Treas., George W. Naumburg; Comptroller, Mrs. H. B. L. Goldstein; Sec, Win. J. Mack. For the table of appropriations made during the past year and since the organization of the Committee, see p.

KAPPA NU FRATERNITY Org. Nov. 12, 1911. OFFICE: 5th and Cambria, Philadelphia, Pa. Seventh Annual Convention, Dec. 28-31, 1923, New York City. Chapters, 18. Members, 950. PURPOSE: An avowedly Jewish Greek-letter College brotherhood, laying particular stress on Jewish consciousness. OFFICERS: Pres., Zola Rosenfeld, Philadelphia, Pa.; Vice-Pres., Harry S. Mackler, N. Y. C ; Treas., David H. Finck, Brookline, Mass., Sec, Samuel Resnik, Musgrove Bldg., Andover, Mass. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: The Officers, and Chas. D. Fagles, Philadelphia, Pa.; Harry P. Goldstein, Salem, Mass.; Alfred R. Jyson, Newark, N. J.; Jacob V. Kahn, Chicago, 111,; Jacob Rosenzweig, Rochester, N. Y.; Abr. B. Sharpe, N. Y. C.

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Org. 1911. OFFICE: Hot Springs, Ark.

Maintains the Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital. Members, 1,100. OFFICERS: Pres., Albert M. Rosenthal, Indianapolis, Ind.; Vice-Pres., Dan Daniel, Little Rock, Ark.; Treas., Gus Strauss; Sec, A. B. Rhine, Hot Springs, Ark. BOARD OF. TRUSTEES: Alfred A. Benesch, Cleveland, O.; Bernard Bernheim, Louisville, Ky.; Sam Blum, New Orleans, La.; Alfred M. Cohen, Galveston, Tex.; Nathan Cohn, Nashville, Tenn.; Joseph Coons, Wilkes Barre, Pa.; Dan Daniel, Little Rock, Ark.; A. D. Englesman, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Hiram D. Frankel, St. Paul, Minn.; A. B. Frey, St. Louis, Mo.; Chas. J. Haase, Memphis, Tenn.; J. K. Hexter, Dallas, Tex.; V. H. Hexter, Dallas, Tex.; Sidney Jonas, Nashville, Tenn.; Joshua Kantrowitz, N. Y. C ; Adolph Kraus, Chicago, 111.; M. F. Lautman, Hot Springs, Ark.; Archibald A. Marx, New Orleans, La.; Harry Monsky, Omaha, Neb.; Emil Nathan, St. Louis, Mo.; Lee Pollock, Cincinnati, O.; Albert Rosenthal, Indianapolis, Ind. Joseph Salus, Phila., Pa.; Phil. Schier, Kansas City, Mo.; Isaac Schoen Atlanta, Ga.; Jacob Singer, Galveston, Tex.; B. Seelig, Helena, Ark. Jacob Sloshburg, Omaha, Neb.; Lucius L. Solomons, San Francisco Cal.; Meyer M. Stark, N. Y. C ; Joseph H. Ullman, New Haven, Conn.; Lionel Weil, Goldsboro, N. C ; S. J. Westheimer, Houston, Tex.

·THE MENORAH MOVEMENT

FOR THE STUDY AND ADVANCEMENT OF JEWISH CULTURE AND IDEALS

Org. Jan. 2. 1913.

OFFICE:

167 W. 13th, New York City

Org. Jan. 2, 1913.

CONSTITUENT NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 1. INTERCOLLEGIATE MENORAH ASSOCIATION.

Biennial Convention, Dec, 1921, Madison, Wis. Members, 5,000 Societies, 73. PURPOSE: The promotion in colleges and universities of the study of Jewish history, culture, and problems, and the advancement of Jewish ideals. yg OFFICERS: Chancellor, Henry Hurwitz, 167 W. 13th N. Y. C ; Pres., Isador Lubin, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; VicePres., Harry Starr, Harvard University; Marcus Rabinowitz, University of Minnesota; Norman M. Vineberg, McGill University; Barnett Cohen, College of the City of New York,; Sec-Treas., Bernard J. Reiss, N Y C.

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Meets semi-annually, June and December. Composed of university teachers. PURPOSE: TO foster and to guide Menorah education in American colleges and universities and among university graduates and other men and women in the general community interested in Jewish culture and ideals. OFFICERS: Chairman, Nathan Isaacs, University of Pittsburg Law School; Vice-Chairman, Wm. Popper, University of California, SecTreas,., Adolph S. Oko, Hebrew Union College Library.

3. NATIONAL MENORAH ASSOCIATION. Org. Dec. 29, 1919. PURPOSE: TO mobilize university graduates and other public-spirited

men and women in support of the Menorah movement. OFFICERS: Pres., Israel N. Thurman; Treas., Arthur J. Goldsmith; Sec, Hyman Askowith N. Y. C. The movement also encourages the organization of Graduate Menorah Societies in various cities, maintains the Menorah College of Lectures, the Menoran Bureau of Information and issues The Menorah Journal Menorah Syllabi, Menorah bibliographies and pamphlets, and the Menorah Bulletin. THE MIZRACHI ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA Org. June 5, 1912. CENTRAL BUREAU: 138-40 Second, New York City Tenth Annual Convention, Nov. 16-20, 1923. Members, 20,000. Organizations, 298. PURPOSE: Religio-national: To realize the Basle program of the Zionist movement in the spirit of Jewish Torah and Tradition. Fundamental principle: The land of Israel, for the people of Israel, in the spirit of Israel's Law. OFFICERS: Pres., Meyer Berlin; Treas., S. Wilner; Sec, Meyer Waxman. ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE: Isaac Allen, Meyer Berlin, J. A. Bluestone, G. Bublick, A. Inselbuch, E. Kaplan, H. Karp, J. Levensohn, B. H. Shnure, A. Teitelbaum, Meyer Waxman, S. Wilner. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: A. M. Ashinsky, B. Boruchoff, A. S. Borwick, J. Braver, K. H. Broide, -- Burack, -- Burstein, M. Charlap, A. Cohen, H. Cohen, J. F. Davidson, E. Epstein, H. F. Epstein, I. Feigenbaum, Harry Fischel., A. L. Gelman, W. Gold, Herbert S. Goldstein,--Gordon, B. Grossman, S. Horowitz, --Joseph, L. Kamaiky, S. Kerstein, J. Leibowitz, D. A. Leventhal, --Levine, J. Lewin, M. Z. Margolies, --Miller, --Mushkin, M. Nadler, I. Papkin, E. Pelkowitz, J. Polstein, I. Porath, N. Riff, -- Rosen, I. Rosenberg, E. R. Rubenstein, A Sachs, A. Shapiro, M. Shapiro, S. Silver, --Sobel, M. Stavisky, Wandkus, A. G. Weinstein, S. Winograd, --Zeitchick.

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MIZRACHI HATZOIR Org. May, 1920. OFFICE: 138-140 Second, New York City Convention, Jan. 7, 1922. New York City. Members, 3,000. PURPOSE: TO organize groups of the Jewish youth, both senior and junior, to spread Judaism and a love for Jewish knowledge, to acquaint the Jewish youth with the national aspirations of the Jews, and to strive for the rehabilitation of Palestine in accordance with Jewish traditions and in the spirit of the Torah. OFFICERS: Hon. Pres., Meyer Berlin; Pres., Harry Karp, Vice-Pres., L. Glickman, Daniel Kirshner, Treas., Judith Berlin, Sec, Solomon Kerstein. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: A Bernstein, A. Finkelstein, R. Friend, S. Gottlieb, Esther Gross, -- Greenberg, Max Hagler, Rose Hirshprung, Tillie Lauer, Rabbi -- Leibowitz, -- Margolies, J. Maurus, -- Rosen, Mrs.--Rosen, Rabbi--Rosen, Max Sparber. MU SIGMA FRATERNITY Org. 1907. OFFICE: 261 Broadway, New York City. Annual Convention, December, 1923 New York City. PURPOSE: Fraternal. OFFICERS: Grand Lumen, Archibald S. Gellis, 261 B 'way, New York City; Grand Filium, Oscar Dodek, Washington, D. C , Grand Ora, Rudy Baum, New York City; Grand Fiscus, Leon Krantosher, Newark, N. J.; Grand Scribe, Wm. Heckler, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Grand Ossa, Irving Hirsch, New York City; Editor, Harold Gibbs, New York City.; NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER SECRETARIES Org. 1919. OFFICE: 352 Fourth Av., New York City Convention, May 9-11, 1923, Washington, D. C. Members, 100. PURPOSE: TO foster and develop an interest in Jewish center work and to promote friendly and hopeful relations among Jewish community center workers. OFFICERS: Pres., Herman Passamaneck, Kansas City, Mo.; VicePres., Charles Nemser, Louisville, Ky.; Marion Scharr, Hartford, Conn.; Sec.-Treas., Jack Nadel, N. Y. C. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Harry L. Glucksman, X. Y. C ; (ex-Officio); Solomon Bluhm, N. Y. C ; Louis Kraft, N. Y. C.: Wm. Pinsker, Savannah, Ga.; Benjamin Rabinowitz, New Haven, Conn.; Aaron Robison Newark, N. J.; Philip L. Seman, Chicago, 111.; Jacob X. Sokohl, Phila, Pa.

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NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICE Org. 1899 as National Conference of Jewish Charities in the United States. OFFICE: 114 Fifth AV., New York City Meeting, May 22-25, 1924, Toronto, Can. Members, 218 Societies, 1,500 individuals. OFFICERS: Pres., Maurice B. Hexter, Boston, Mass.; Vice-Pres., Sidney E. Pritz, Cincinnati, O.; Chas. D. Spivak, Denver, Colo.; Morris D. Waldman, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Treas., Louis M. Cahn, Chicago, 111.; Sec, Samuel A. Goldsmith, New York City; Assistant Sec, Ruth Berolzheimer, Chicago, 111.; Alexander Dushkin, Chicago, 111.; Benjamin Schwartz, Baltimore, Md.; Cecil B. Wiener, Buffalo, N. Y. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Ludwig B. Bernstein, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Nathan Bijur, N. Y. C ; Fred M. Butzel, Detroit, Mich.; Aaron Cohen, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Lee K. Frankel, N. Y. C.; Charles Friend, Milwaukee, Wis.; Harry L. Glucksman, N. Y. C ; Ernestine Heller, Chicago, 111.; Max Herzberg, Philadelphia, Pa.; Jacob H. Hollander, Baltimore, Md.; Dorothy C. Kahn, Baltimore, Md.; M. J. Karpf, Chicago, 111.; Solomon Lowenstein, N. Y. C ; Julian W. Mack, N. Y. C ; George Mosbacher, Los Angeles, Cal.; Max Senior, Cincinnati, O.; Joseph Schonthal, Columbus, O.; Cyrus L. Sulzberger, N. Y. C.; Frances M. Taussig, N. Y. C ; Felix M. Warburg, N. Y. C.

THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN Org. Sept., 1893. OFFICE: 305 W. 98th New York City Tenth Triennial Convention, Nov., 1923, St. Louis, Mo. Sections, 216; Junior Auxiliaries, 69. The Council and its Sections are engaged in Religious, Social Welfare, Civic and Educational Work. Its activities are promoted through its Committees on Religion, Religious Schools, Social Welfare, Junior Auxiliaries, Civic and Communal Affairs, Peace and Arbitration, Education, Finance, Legislation, Blind, Deaf, Scholarship Fund, Department of Farm and Rural Work (with offices in New York City, Chairman, Mrs. Henry J. Sporborg, Albany, N. Y.); Department of Immigrant Aid (with offices in New York City. Chairman, Mrs. Samuel J. Rosensohn). Official publication, "The Jewish Woman" issued quarterly, Estelle M. Sternberger, editor. OFFICERS: Pres., Rose Brenner, 45 St. Pauls Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.; First Vice-Pres., Mrs. Wm. D. Sporborg, Port Chester, N. Y.; Second Vice-Pres., Mrs. Alexander Wolf, Washington, D. C ; Third Vice-Pres., Mrs. Herbert E. Ottenheimer, Louisville, Ky.; Treas., Mrs. Alvin L. Bauman, St. Louis, Mo.; Rec.Sec, Mrs. L. A. Hecht, Baltimore, Md.; Exec. Sec, Mrs. Harry Sternberger, 395 W. 98th, N. Y. C.

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DIRECTORS (1920-1926)); Mrs. Elmer Eckhouse, Newark, N. J.; Hannah Hirshberg, San Antonio, Tex,; Mrs. Max L. Margolis, Phila., Pa.; Mrs. Isaac K. E. Prager, Boston, Mass.; and Mrs. Henry J.Sporborg, Albany, N. Y. (1923-1929): Mrs. Irvin Bettman, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. S. M. Blumauer, Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Sylvain R. Livingstone, Richmond, Va.; Mrs. Bert H. Printz, Youngstown, O.; Mrs. Amanda Schlesinger, San Francisco, Cal.

THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL Inc. Apl. 10, 1896. SCHOOL AND FARMS: Farm School, Bucks Co., Pa. OFFICE 808 Denckla, Philadelphia, Pa. Twenty-sixth Annual Meeting, Oct. 7, 1923, Farm School, Bucks Co., Pa. Twenty-third Annual Graduation, Feb. 22. 1924. Whole number of graduates, 371. Number of Graduates, 1924, 13. Members, 10,000. OFFICERS: Pres., Harry B. Hirsh; Treas., Isaac H. Silverman; Sec, Miss E. M. Bellefield, 808 Denckla Bldg., Phila., Pa. DIRECTOR: Bernhard Ostrolenk, Farm School, Pa. EXECUTIVE BOARD: H. D. Allman, Henry S. Belber, David Burpee, Abraham J.Feldman, Maurice Fels, Horace Fleisher, Morris Fleishman, A.M.Greenfield, Fred. P.Gruenberg, Jos. H. Hagedorn, RoyA. Heymann, J. H. Hinlein, Louis A. Hirsch, Henry A. James, Chas. Kline, Bernard Kohn, Manfred R. Krauskopf, Leon Rosenbaum, Philip Sterling, Eugene M. Stern, George Wheeler, James Work, Grant Wright, John Zimmerman. HONORARY TRUSTEES: (having served on the Executive Board for ten years) Hart Blumenthal, Adolph Eichholz, S. Friedberger, Daniel Gimbel, H. B. Hirsh, A. M. Klein, M. A. Kaufmann, Leon Merz, Louis Nusbaum, B. Selig, I. H. Silverman, J. N. Snellenberg. NATIONAL AUXILIARY BOARD: Max A. Adler, Rochester, N. Y.; Daniel Alexander, Salt Lake City, Utah; M. Alexander, Boise, Idaho; Henry Beer, New Orleans, La.; Melvin Behrends, Washington, D. C ; I. W. Bernheim, Louisville, Ky.; H. S. Binswanger, Richmond, Ya.; Nathan Eckstein, Seattle Wash.; M. J. Freiberg, Cincinnati, O.; Samuel Friedheim, Rock Hill, S. C ; Milton D. Greenbaum, Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. H. A. Guinzburg, N. Y. C.; Julian A. Hillman, Atlantic City, N. J.; A. Hirshheimer, La Crosse, Wis.; Chas. Kline, Allentown, Pa.; Albert C. Lehman, Pittsburgh, Pa.; J. E. Oppenheimer, Butte, Mont.; Louis Schlesinger, Newark, N. J.; Morris Stern, San Antonio, Tex.; David Sternberg, Memphis, Tenn.; Isaac M. Ullman, Hew Haven, Conn.; Eugene Warner, Buffalo, N. Y.; Morris Weil, Lincoln, Neb.; S. D. Wise, Cleveland, O.

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NATIONAL FEDERATION OF TEMPLE BROTHERHOODS Org. 1923. OFFICE: Merchants' Bldg., Cincinnati, O. Convention, Jan. 23-26, 1923, New York City. Societies, 55. PURPOSE: TO stimulate interest in Jewish worship, Jewish studies, social service and other kindred activities. To co-operate with Union of American Hebrew Congregations in its national plans. OFFICERS: Pres., Roger W. Straus, N. Y. C ; Vice-Pres., Moses Wiesenfeld, Baltimore, Md.; Frederic Wingersky, Boston, Mass.; Treas., Julius W. Freiberg, Cincinnati, O.; Exec. Sec., George Zepin, Cincinnati, O.; Asst. Exec. Sec, Louis I. Egelson, Cincinnati, O. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: The Officers, and Herbert Bloch, Cincinnati, O.; Emanuel Bronner, Syracuse, N. Y.; Alexander Cahn, New Haven, Conn.; Edward G. Gerstle, N. Y. C ; Louis A. Horwitz, El Paso Tex.; H. L. Karpeles, Newark, N. J.; Julius C. Lang, Seattle Wash. Leonard S. Levin, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Clarence Michaels, Montreal, Can. Leopold Mirkin, Albany, N. Y.; Wallace Rosenheim, Detroit, Mich. Charles Rosenthal, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Arnold M. Schmidt, Brooklyn N. Y.; Jerome L. Schwartz, Buffalo, N. Y.; Herman Selz, Chicago, 111. D. R. Shapiro, San Francisco, Cal.; Arthur Hays Sulzberger, N. Y. C ; Fred Vorenberg, Boston, Mass.; Leo A. Weil, Erie, Pa.; Leonard Weinberg, Baltimore, Md. NATIONAL FEDERATION OF TEMPLE SISTERHOODS Org. Jan. 1913. OFFICE: Merchants' Bldg., Cincinnati, O. Fifth Biennial Meeting, Jan. 22-26, 1923, New York City. Societies, 300. PURPOSE: Closer co-operation between the various Sisterhoods. The work of the Federation is conducted under the following Committees: Co-operation, Religion, Religious Schools, Propaganda, Scholarships, Union Museum, Uniongrams, and State or District Federations, and the Special Committee on Student Welfare Work, and on Peace. OFFICERS: Hon. Pres., Mrs. Abram Simon, Washington, D. C ; Pres. Mrs. J. Walter Freiberg, Cincinnati, O.; Vice-Pres., Mrs. Israel Cowen, Chicago, 111.; Mrs. Sallie Kubie Glauber, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Leon Goodman, Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. Maurice Steinfeld, St. Louis, Mo.; Treas., Mrs. Benj. F. Engelhard, Chicago, 111.; Sec, Mrs. Ben Loewenstein, Cincinnati, O. EXECUTIVE BOARD: The Officers, and Mmes, Louis Abramson, Shreveport, La.; Alfred Baker, Erie, Pa.; Martin Barbe, Chicago, 111.; Garris I. Barkus, Charleston, W. Va.; Henry Bauer, Atlanta, Ga.; M. N. Becker, Des Moines, la.; Isaac Born, Indianapolis, Ind.; Max J. Brandenburger, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Edgar M. Cahn, New Orleans

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La.; Josiah Cohen, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Chas. M. Cohn, Nashville, Tenn.; Samuel H. Cohn, Cleveland, O.; Ferdinand Dilsheimer, Philadelphia Pa.; Lizzie Drey, St. Louis, Mo.; Nathan Eckstein, Seattle, Wash. Solomon Foster, Newark, N. J.; Charles J, Freund, Toledo, O. Alexander Friedman, Pensacola, Fla.; Edward Ginsberg, Boston, Mass. Isaac Goldberg, Detroit, Mich., Carolyn Goldman, St. Paul, Minn.; Edna Goldsmith, Cleveland, O.; Nathan Gumble, Columbus, O.; Victor Hexter, Dallas, Tex.; Albert J. Johnson, New Haven, Conn.; Herman Jung, Milwaukee, Wis.; Otto Kempner, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Myer Kirsh, Richmond, Va.; Joseph Kruger, Montreal, Can.; Gerson B. Levi., Chicago, 111.; Harry Liebman, Boston, Mass.; H. H. Mayer, Kansas City, Mo.; Lillie R. Mikolas, Minneapolis, Minn.; Nathan J. Miller, N. Y. C ; Caesar Misch, Providence, R. I.; Bernard L. Mosbacher, Oakland, Cal.; Henry Nathan, Buffalo, N. Y.; Morris Newfield, Birmingham, Ala.; H. Oppenheimer, Baltimore, Md.; Sigmund Ottenheimer, Portland, Ore.; S. Pisko, Denver, Col.; Adolph Rosenberg, Cincinnati, O.; Alfred Rosenstein, Philadelphia, Pa.; Henry Sahlein, San Francisco, Cal.; Sol. Schoenmann, Houston, Tex.; Robert F. Skutch, Baltimore, Md.; Joseph Stolz, Chicago, III.; Sol. Weil, Goldsboro, N. C ; Edward Wessel, N. Y. C.; Joseph Wiesenfeld, Baltimore, Md.; Cora Wolf, Omaha, Neb.; Horace J. Wolf, Rochester, N. Y.

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF UKRAINIAN JEWS OF AMERICA Re-org. Sept., 1920. OFFICE: 1 Union Square, New York City Annual Convention, --1924. Affiliated Organizations, 95. PURPOSE: Relief work for Ukrainian Jews. OFFICERS: Pres., A. Coralnik; Vice-Pres., B. Saphir; Treas., H. Shupack; Sec, Joseph Chaikin, N. Y. C.

NATIONAL JEWISH

HOSPITAL FOR

CONSUMPTIVES

Org. Dec. 10, 1899. OFFICE: 3800 E. Colfax Av., Denver, Col. Twenty-fourth Annual Meeting, July, 1923. Patients treated to Jan. 1, 1922, 4,220. OFFICERS: Pres., Wm. B. Woolner, Peoria, 111.; Yice-Pres., Wm. S. Friedman, Denver, Col.; David May, St. Louis, Mo.; Harmon August, N. Y. C ; B. Flesher, Denver, Colo.; Chas. H. Studin, N. Y. C ; Herman Wile, Buffalo, N. Y.; Nathan J. Miller, N. Y. C ; Treas., Benj. Altheimer, N. Y. C ; Sec, Mrs. S. Pisko, 3800 E. Colfax Av., Denver, Col.

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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: The Officers, and Louis D. Beaumont, N. Y. C ; Alfred A. Benesch, Cleveland, O.; N. S. Dauby, Cleveland, O.; Sol. S. Kiser, Indianapolis, Ind.; Adolph Kraus, Chicago, 111.; Edwin J. Schanfarber, Columbus, O.

NU BETA EPSILON FRATEERNITY Org. 1919. OFFICE: 1505-77 W. Washington,Chicago, 111. Convention, May 13, 1924. Chicago, 111. Members, 80. PURPOSE: Greek letter Fraternity for Jewish students at credited Law Schools. OFFICERS: Grand Chancellor, Barnet Hodes; Exchequer, Alfred Schwerdlin; Recorder, Joseph Becker, De Paul University, Chicago, 111. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Barnet Hodes, Samuel H. Rosenthal, Alfred Schwerdlin.

ORDER BRITH ABRAHAM Org. June, 1859. OFFICE: 266 Grand, New York City Biennial Convention, June, 1923, Atlantic City, N. J. Lodges, 365. Members, 35,000. OFFICERS: Grand Master, Morris M. Green, 306 Broadway, N. Y. C. First Deputy Grand Master, Alexander Katzke, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Second Deputy Grand Master, Chas. Hamburger, Atlantic City; Third Deputy Grand Master, Jacob Gould, Minneapolis, Minn.; Grand Treas., Barnet Freedman; Grand Sec, Geo. W. Leisersohn, 266 Grand; Counsel to the Order, H. M. Goldfogle, N. Y. C.

ORDER KNIGHTS OF JOSEPH Org. Feb. 14, 1896, OFFICE: 310-315 Society for Saving Bldg., Cleveland, O. Twenty-fifth Convention 1922, Pittsburgh, Pa. Members, 14,556. Lodges, 75. OFFICERS: Supreme Commander, Max Abramoff, Phila., Pa.; First Supreme Vice-Commander, Carl M. Dubinsky, St. Louis, Mo.; Second Supreme Vice-Commander, Sam Spitzer, Chicago, III.; Third Supreme Vice-Commander, Max Lazaer, Braddock, Pa.; Supreme Sec, D J. Zinner, Cleveland, O.; Supreme Treas., Jos. C. Bloch, Cleveland, O.; Endowment Treas., Henry A. Rocker, Cleveland, O.

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ORDER OF THE UNITED HEBREW BROTHERS Org. Nov. IS, 1915. OFFICE: 42 X St. Marks Place, New York City Quinquennial Convention, Oct, 17, 1920, New York City. Members, 4,132. OFFICERS: Grand Master, Meyer Greenberg, 99 Nassau; ViceGrand Master, Samuel Hirsh; First Deputy Grand Master, Jacob Cassell; Grand Trustee, Max Abrams; Grand Treas., Max Abrams; Grand Sec, Rachimiel Cherkass, 1956-62nd, Brooklyn, N. Y. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Philip Adler, Motel Barasch, Louis Borowsky, J. Brown, D. Gerber, D. Goldman, M. Jacobs, M. Kallman, Herman Klein, M. Klein, T. Kransdorf, Joseph Mittelman, M. Perlstein, L. Rothman, M. Sachs, M. Shall, E. Silberman, Pincus Silberstein, Z. Sobel, J. Spiro, Isaac Wiener, Ph. Wolfman. ORDER SONS OF ZION Org. Apl. 19, 1908. OFFICE: 44 E. 23d, New York City Fourteenth Annual Convention, July, 1923, New Haven, Conn. Camps, 101. Members, 7,000. PURPOSE: Fraternal and Zionistic. OFFICERS: Nasi, Nathan Chasan; Segan Rishon, Sol. Friedland; Segan Sheni, Leon R.Levinson; Gisbor, Max Fanwick; Maskir, Jacob Ish-Kishor; Counsel, Leo Wolfson; Chief Medical Examiner, Solomon Neumann. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: --Altschul, J. I. Bluestone, Benjamin Fine, Louis Hochberg, Ephraim Ish-Kishor, J. S. Kazan, Moses Littwin, Max Luria, H. Mendelson, H. Milgrim, Abram Schomer, David Seltzer, A. S. Shubow, --Shutzer, L. Y. Sosin, J. S. Strahl, Max White, Israel Wolf. O.R.T. Org. 1922. OFFICE: 425 Lafayette, New York City Convention, March, 1923. PURPOSE: Promotion of trades and agriculture among the Jews. Delegates of the European Council L. Bramson; A. Singalowsky. N. Y. C. Manager, D. Krinkin, 425 Lafayette, N. Y. C. PALESTINE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL Org. 1921. OFFICE: 15 William, New York City PURPOSE: The social and economic development of Palestine through the creation of business corporations.

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OFFICERS: Hon. Chairman, Louis D. Brandeis, Washington, D. C ; Chairman, Julian W. Mack, Woolworth Bldg., N. Y. C ; Treas., Sol. S. Rosenbloom, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Sec, Nathan Straus, Jr., 33 W. 42d, N. Y. C.; Statistician, Leo Wolman, N. Y. C ; Agricultural Advisor, J. C. Lipman, New Brunswick, N. J. TRUSTEES: F. Julius Fohs, Harry Fischel, Bernard Flexner, Leon Kamaiky, L. C. Lowenstein, Sol. Rosenbloom, Julius Simon, Lewis Straus, Jr., Nathan Straus, Jr.

PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY Org. Feb. 24, 1918. OFFICE: 134 W. 5th, Cincinnati, O. (Chartered under laws of State of Ohio) Third Annual Convention, Sept. 3-4, 1922, Cincinnati, O. Members, 50. PURPOSE: TO meet for educational, social, athletic, and self-development operations and maintenance of headquarters. OFFICERS: Pres., Harry S. Winer, Akron, O.; Vice-Pres., Sampson H. Rosenfield, Columbus, O.; Treas., Meyer C. Minitsky, Columbus, O.; Sec, Jean L. Cohen, 134 W. 5th, Cincinnati, O.; Inner Guard, Albert I. Backer, Akron, O. PHI EPSILON PI FRATERNITY Org. 1902. OFFICE: 412 North American Bldg. Philadelphia, Pa. Convention, Dec. 28-31, 1923. Pittsburgh, Pa. Members, 1500. PURPOSE: College Fraternities. OFFICERS: Grand Superior: Edward Davis, Philadelphia, Pa.; Grand Vice-Superior, D. J. Benoliel, Merion, Pa.; Grand Treas., Sylvan L. Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa.; Grand Recorder, Jacob H. Lavenstein, 35 Adams, Petersburg, Va.; Honorary Superior, Wm. Newcorn, Plainfield N.J. PHI LAMBDA KAPPA MEDICAL FRATERNITY Org. 1907. OFFICE: 3622 Chestnut, Philadelphia, Pa. Convention, Dec. 27-31, 1923, Chicago, 111. Members, 500. PURPOSE: Fraternity. OFFICERS: Grand Pres., Benjamin Adelman, Phila., Pa.; Grand Sec, S. Maxwell Kaplan, 3622 Chestnut, Phila., Pa.; Grand Treas., Jules Winston, 1616 S. 4th, Phila., Pa. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Benjamin Adelman, Phila., Pa.; Eli Goldstein, Pittsburgh, Pa.; L. J. Isaacs, Chicago, 111.; S. Maxwell Kaplan, Phila., Pa.; M. Sobel, Phila., Pa.

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PHI SIGMA DELTA FRATERNITY Org. 1909. OFFICE: 13 Astor Place, New York City Fourteenth Annual Convention, Dec. 25, 1923, New York City. Members, 900. PURPOSE: Promote brotherhood, friendship, good-fellowship, and good character. OFFICERS: Pres., Bernard Lichtenberg; Vice-Pres., Samuel L. Rothbard; Treas., Chas. Friedman; Sec, Aaron Benenson, 13 Astor Place. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Charles Blitman, Benjamin Etter, Bernard Lichtenberg, Samuel Rothbard, Leo Schiff, Max M. Tarna, Edward Weinfeld. PHI SIGMA EPSILON FRATERNITY OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA Org. 1910. OFFICE: 28 Markham, Toronto, Can. Annual Convention, Dec. 24-27, 1923, New York City. Members, 135. PURPOSE: Primarily a social organization, but interested in Big Brotherhood, Social Service, etc. OFFICERS: Pres. Wm. Tenzer, N. Y. C ; Vice-Pres., E. Lasker, St. Louis, Mo.; Treas., S. Wittelle, Chicago, 111.; Sec, M. Kramer, Boston, Mass. PI TAU PI FRATERNITY Org. Jan., 1909 Twelfth Annual Conclave, Dec. 27-30, 1923, Cleveland, O. Members, 900. Chapters, 36. PURPOSE: TO bring into closer relation and promote sociability among the Jewish young men of the country and to aid the less fortunate. OFFICERS: Pres., Roy G. Rosenthal, Montesano, Wash.; Vice-Pres., Joe L. Silverstein, Charleston, W. Va.; Treas., Max A. Good, New Orleans, La.; Sec, Paul L. Heller, 2551-17th, N. W., Washington, D. C ; Editor, I. Edward Tonkon, Portland, Ore.; Historian, Ralph Wilkoff, Niles, O.; Chaplain, Ben Frankel, Champaign, 111.; National Junior Counsellor, Qrran I. Grossman, Portland, Ore. PROGRESSIVE ORDER OF THE WEST Org. Feb. 13, 1896. OFFICE: 406-7-8 Frisco Bldg., 9th and Olive, St. Louis, Mo. Convention, July 29-31, 1923, Washington, D. C. Members, 19,721. OFFICERS: Grand Master, Samuel A. Epstein, Chicago, 111.; First Vice-Grand Master, Carl Dubinsky, St. Louis, Mo.; Second Vice-Grand

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Master, Joseph Schiller, Chicago, 111.; Third Vice-Grand Master, Israel Beck, Union Hill, N. J.; Fourth Vice-Grand Master, Max D. Lieber, Philadelphia, Pa.; Fifth Vice-Grand Master, Wm. Fortas, Memphis, Tenn.; Sixth Vice-Grand Master, J. Goldberg, Milwaukee, Wis.; Seventh Vice-Grand Master, Samuel D. Frey, Syracuse, N. Y.; Eighth Vice-Grand Master, Gabriel Hament, Baltimore, Md.; Ninth Vice-Grand Master, Jacob Zuckerman, Cleveland, O.; Tenth ViceGrand Master, Jacob Jacobs, Ft. Worth, Tex.; Eleventh ViceGrand Master, Adolph Pucker, Kansas City, Mo.; Grand Sec, Morris Shapiro, St. Louis, Mo.; Grand Treas., Isidore D. Goldberg, St. Louis, Mo.; Endowment Treas., Wm. H. Goldman, St. Louis, Mo.; Grand Counsellor, Harry Felberbaum, St. Louis, Mo.; Grand Medical Examiner, M. I. DeVorkin, St. Louis, Mo. RABBI ISAAC ELCHANAN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY Org. 1896. OFFICE: 301-3 E. Broadway, New \ o r k City Incorporated in State of New York. Invested funds about, $100,000 Library: Printed volumes, 6,000; manuscripts, small collection. Commencement, Elul (Sept). 1923. Graduates, 1921, Rabbinical course, 16. Entire number of graduates, Rabbinical course, 66. PURPOSE: TO train Rabbis and teachers. OFFICERS: Pres., Nathan Lamport; Vice-Pres., H. Altshul; Harry Fischel; Nathan Roggen; J. S. Scheff; Treas., M. Gottesman; Sec, Abraham Levy. FACULTY: Pires., B. Revel, M.A., Ph.D. (Dropsie College); Instructors of Talmud, B. Aaranowitz, A. Burrack, Rabbi S. Poliatcheck, (Metzeter Elu); -- Levine, S. Oleshefsky, I. Paleyoff; D. Rackofsky; Homiletics, Herbert Goldstein; Instructors of Bible and Hebrew Literature, M. Kaplan, P. Churgin, Ph.D (Yale); Samuel L. Sar, Professor of History and Midrashic Literature, Solomon Zeitlin, Ph.D. (Dropsie College), M. A. (Columbia); Pedagogy, B. Drachman. LIBRARY STAFF: Librarian, Samuel Sar.

REGISTRAR: Samuel Sar.

SEPHARDIC BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA, INC. Org. 1921. OFFICE: 81-83 Rivington, New York City ^ PURPOSE: TO promote the industrial, social, educational and religious welfare of its members and to engage in philanthropic endeavors for the welfare of Sephardic immigrants. OFFICERS: Pres., Albert J. Amateau, 40 W. 115th, N. Y. C ; VicePres., Henry Perahia; Treas., Isie Pardo; Sec, Leon Saady.

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CENTRAL COUNCIL: Albert Amar, Albert J. Amateau, Aaron Azriel, Joseph Bela, Molse Cardozo, Albert Cono, Benzion Grotas, J. Hassid, Raphael Hasson, Albert Levi, Albert Matarasso, Hano Najari, Aaron Pardo, Isie Pardo, Henry Perahia, Saadi Pessah, Leon Saady, Ernest Sasson, Salvator Saltiel and M. Touriel.

SIGMA ALPHA MU FRATERNITY Org. Nov. 26, 1909. OFFICE: 15 Park Row, New York City Fourteenth Annual Convention, Dec. 28, 1923--Jan. 1, 1924, St. Louis, Mo. Chapters: Undergraduates, 30; Alumni, 16. Members: 1,600. PURPOSE: Greek-letter college fraternity for Jewish students. OFFICERS: Pres., M. M. Stone, 15 Park Row, N. Y. C ; Vice-Pres., James C. Hammerstein, N. Y. C ; Treas., H. I.Jacobson; Sec, Robt. Borsuk, N. Y. C. DIRECTORS: The Officers, and S. S. Amdursky, John Barsha, Victor Blanc, a*nd Ferdinand Isserman. SIGMA EPSILON DELTA FRATERNITY Org. 1901. OFFICE: 323 E. 86th, New York City Convention, Feb. 13, 1924, New York City. Members, 700. PURPOSE: TO promote the highest excellence in the science and art of dentistry and its collateral branches: to bring about a closer acquaintance among the student body and graduates through fraternal co-operation. OFFICERS: Grand Master, J. A. Bolly, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Grand Chaplain, Benj. Horn, N. Y. C.; Grand Scribe, Leo Tanzer, 305 E. 86th, N. Y. C ; Grand Treas., D. M. Arkin, N. Y. C ; Grand Historian, A. V. Greenstein, N. Y. C. SIGMA KAPPA FRATERNITY Org. 1920. OFFICE: 550 Hale Av., Cincinnati, O. Annual Convention, Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 1923, Cincinnati, O. Members, 65. ^PURPOSE: Establishing a bond of brotherhood among its members. OFFICERS: Supreme Grand Master, Leonard M. Blum, Cleveland, O.; Supreme Archon, Leslie M. Levy, Cincinnati, O.; Supreme Treas., Robert Bowman, Cincinnati, O.; Supreme Rec. Scribe, Arthur E. Rose, Indianapolis, Ind.; Supreme Cor. Scribe, Bertram D. Englander, 550 Hale Av., Cincinnati, O.

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SIGMA LAMDA PI FRATERNITY Org. 1912. OFFICE: 303 Fifth Av., New York City Convention, June, 1923, New York City. Members, 474. PURPOSE : To foster a spirit of brotherhood amongst under-graduates of various Universities and Alumni of such Universities. OFFICERS: Grand Exalted Solon, Abraham J. Friedman, Yonkers, N. Y.; Noble Decanus, Jacob Frummer, N. Y. C.; High Cancellarius, Sidney Posner, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; Lictor, Hyman Berkover, Taunton, Mass.; Chaplain, Daniel Eberstein, N. Y. C. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Abraham J. Friedman, Yonkers, N. Y.; Jacob Frummer, N. Y. C ; Harris L. Greene, N. Y. C ; Sidney Posner, Mt. Yernon, N. Y, Herbert J. Roeder, N. Y. C. SIGMA THETA PI SORORITY Org. 1909. OFFICE: Goucher College (Box 257), Baltimore, Md. Thirteenth Annual Conclave, Dec, 1922, Denver, Colo. Fourteenth Annual Conclave, June 29, 1924, Atlanta, Ga. Chapters, 9. Members, 198. PURPOSE: Philanthropic and social work. OFFICERS: Pres., Frances Rechnitz, Denver, Colo.; Vice-Pres., Doris Heilbron, St. Paul, Minn.; Treas., Peggy Stampfer, St. Louis, Mo.; Sec, Joanna Eckstein, Seattle, Wash. TAU DELTA PHI FRATERNITY Org. 1910. OFFICE: 604 W. 114th, New York City Annual Convention, Dec. 23-26, 1923. Boston, Mass. Members, 450. PURPOSE: TO develop ideal friendship among college men. OFFICERS: Grand Consul, G. M. Feigen, N. Y. C.; Vice Consul, G. L. Cohen, N. Y. C ; Grand Scribe, H. S. Baskin, 33 W. 60th, N. Y. C ; Grand Quaestor, G. S. Wolper, Boston, Mass.; Grand Marshal, \V. A. Swett, Maiden, Mass.; Editor, E. Samuels, 5036 Michigan Av., Chicago, III. TAU EPSILON PHI FRATERNITY Org. Oct. 19, 1910, Inc., 1917. OFFICE: 818 W. 113th, New York City Annual Convention, Sept., 1922, Boston, Mass. Convention Sept, 19-21, 1924, New York City. Chapters, 22 Undergraduate; 2 Alumni. Members, 1,400.

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OFFICERS: Grand Chancellor, I. M. Kopelman, N. Y. C ; Grand Vice-Chancellor, David Goldberg, N. Y. C ; Grand Scribe, Geo. H. Bernstein, Philadelphia, Pa.; Grand Treas., Howard Cohen,New Haven, Conn.; Grand Warden, Maurice S. Cantor, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; Grand Chaplain, Ruby Greenberg, Cleveland, O. GRAND COUNCIL: I. E. Altman, Thos. Barish; Samuel Eisenstadt; S. R. Kaplan; Isidor M. Kopelman, Harry H. Kreeger, S. M. Lerner, Herman Levin, M. C. C. Lilienfeld, Julius Samkoff, I. Schwartz, M. J. Steinberg, Joseph H. Wildman.

UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS Org. 1873. OFFICE: Cincinnati, O. Twenty-eighth Council, January, 1923, New York City. Members, 273 congregations. PURPOSE: TO maintain the Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati, O., an institution for educating rabbis; to provide for the relief of Jews from political oppression and unjust discrimination; to promote religious instruction and encourage the study of the tenets and history of Judaism. Four Departments: I. Executive and Financial: Pres. Charles Shohl, Cincinnati, O. II. Hebrew Union College: Pres. Board of Governors, Alfred M. Cohen, Cincinnati, O.; Pres. College, Kaufmann Kohler, President Emeritus, N. Y. C ; Julian Morgenstern, President, Cincinnati, O. III., Board of Delegates on Civil Rights: Maurice D. Rosenberg, Washington, D. C. IV. Board of Managers of Synagog and School Extension: Chairman, William Ornstein; Director, George Zepin, Cincinnati, O. EXECUTIVE BOARD FOR 1924: Pres., Charles M. Shohl, Cincinnati, O.; Vice-Pres., Julius Rosenwald, Chicago, 111.; Isaac W. Bernheim, Louisville, Ky.; Ludwig Vogelstein, N. Y. C ; Marcus Rauh, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Maurice D. Rosenberg, Washington D. C ; Treas., Jacob W. Mack, Cincinnati, O.; Sec, George Zepin; Asst. Sec, Jacob D. Schwartz, Merchants Bldg., Cincinnati, O.; Ben Altheimer, N. Y. C ; N. Henry Beckman, Cincinnati, O.; David A. Brown, Detroit, Mich.; Edgar M. Cahn, New Orleans, La.; Alfred M. Cohen, Cincinnati, O.; Josiah Cohen, Pittsburgh, Pa.; David W. Edelman, Los Angeles, Cal.; Gustave A. Efroymson, Indianapolis, Ind.; Arnold Falk, New Orleans, La.; Julius W. Freiberg, Cincinnati, O.; Isaac Goldberg, Detroit, Mich.; Robert P. Goldman, Cincinnati, O.; Simeon M.Johnson, Cincinnati, O.; Adolf Kraus, Chicago, 111.; Ben Lowenstein, Cleveland, O.; Henry L. Mayer, San Francisco, Cal.; Edwin B. Meissner, St.Louis, Mo.; Nathan J. Miller, N. Y. C ; Henry Morgenthau, N. Y. C ; Adolph I. Newman, Cleveland, O.; Herbert C. Oettinger, Cincinnati, O.; Adolph S. Ochs., N. Y. C.;

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Henry Oppenheimer, Baltimore, Md.; William Ornstein, Cincinnati, O.; A. C. Ratshesky, Boston, Mass.; Simon W. Rosendale, Albany, N. Y.; Morris H. Rothschild, N. Y. C ; A. L. Saltzstein, Milwauke, Wis.; Louis Schlesinger, Newark, N. J.; Isaac Schoen, Altanta, Ga.; Horace Stern, Phila., Pa.; Samuel Straus, Cincinnati, O.; I. Newton Trager, Cincinnati, O.; Isaac M. Ullman, New Haven, Conn.; Felix Vorenberg, Boston, Mass.; Aaron Waldheim, St. Louis, Mo.; A. Leo Weil, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Joseph Wiesenfeld, Baltimore, Md.; Herman Wile, Buffalo, N. Y.; Albert Wolf, Phila., Pa.; Adolphe Wolfe, Portland, Ore.; Wm. B. Woolner, Peoria, 111.

BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE HEBREW UNION COLLEGE FOR 1924;

Pres., Alfred M. Cohen; Yice-Pres., Maurice J. Freiberg, Cincinnati, O.; Sec, Isaac Bloom, Cincinnati, O.; Asst. Sec, Benj. Mielziner, Cincinnati, O.; Marcus Aaron, Pittsburgh, Pa.; A. G. Becker, Chicago, 111.; Oscar Berman, Cincinnati, O.; Leo M.; Franklin, Detroit Mich.; Moses E. Greenebaum, Chicago, 111.; Berthold Guggenhime, San Francisco, Cal. Joseph H. Hagedorn, Phila., Pa.; Max Heller, New Orleans, La.; Harry M. Hoffheimer, Cincinnati, O.; Felix Kahn, Cincinnati, O.; Max Landsberg, Rochester, N. Y.; Simon Lazarus, Columbus, O.; Charles S. Levi, Milwaukee, Wis.; Alfred Mack, Cincinnati, O.; Ralph W. Mack, Cincinnati, O.; Leslie V. Marks, Cincinnati, O.; David Philipson, Cincinnati, O.; Emil Pollak, Cincinnati, O.; Carl E. Pritz, Cincinnati, O.; Wm. Rosenau, Baltimore, Md.; Murray Seasongood, Cincinnati, O.; Charles Shohl, Cincinnati, O.; Jos. Silverman, N. Y. C ; Jos Stolz, Chicago, 111.; Eli Winkler, N. Y. C ; Louis Wolsey, Cleveland, O.

BOARD OF DELEGATES ON CIVIL RIGHTS FOR 1923: Chairman, Mau-

rice D. Rosenberg, Washington, D. C ; Chas. L. Aarons, Milwaukee, Wis.; Isaac Adler, Birmingham, Ala.; Milton L. Anfenger, Denver, Col.; Ralph Bamberger, Indianapolis, Ind.; Lee Baumgarten, Washington, D. C ; E. N. Calisch, Richmond, Ya.; Josiah Cohen, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Myer Cohen, Washington, D. C ; Morris M. Cohn, Little Rock, Ark.; Nathan Cohn, Nashville, Tenn.; Felix J. Dreyfous, New Orleans, La.; Abram I. Elkus, N. Y. C ; Nathan Frank, St. Louis, Mo.; Leo M. Franklin, Detroit, Mich.; Adolph Freund, Detroit, Mich.; Bernard Ginsburg, Detroit, Mich.; Henry M. Goldfogle, N. Y. C ; Lawrence J. Heller, Washington, D. C ; Henry Hess, Mobile, Ala.; Melvin M. Israel, N. Y. C ; Marcus Jacobi, Wilmington, N. C ; M. V. Joseph, Birmingham, Ala.; Julius Kahn, San Francisco, Cal.; Max J. Kohler, N. Y. C ; Adolf Kraus, Chicago, 111.; Jeffrey L. Lazarus, Columbia, O.; Morton J. Luchs, Washington, D. C ; Simon Lyon, Washington, D. C. Lewis W. Marcus, Buffalo, N. Y.; David Marx, Atlanta, Ga.; Emil Mayer, St. Louis, Mo.; H. H. Mayer, Kansas City, Mo.; Nathan J. Miller, N. Y. C.; Jacob Nieto, San Francisco, Cal.; Julius I. Peyser, Washington, D. C ; M. Warley Platzek, N. Y. C ; Wm. Rosenau, Baltimore, Md.; Simon W. Rosendale, Albany, N. Y.; Julius Rosenwald,

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Chicago, 111.; Charles A. Rubenstein, Baltimore Md.; Louis Schlesinger, Newark, N. J.; Alfred Selligman, Louisville, Ky.; Charles Shohl, Cincinnati, O.; Abba H. Silver, Cleveland, O.; Abram Simon, Washington, D. C ; Leo W. Simon, Washington, D. C ; Moses Sonneborn, Wheeling, W. Va.; Nathaniel Spear, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Isaac M. Ullman, New Haven, Conn.; Henry Wallenstein, Wichita, Kan.; Jona.s Weil, Minneapolis, Minn.; Lionel Weil, Goldsboro, N. C ; Eugene F. Westheinier, Cincinnati, O.; Joseph Wiesenfeld, Baltimore, Md.; Joseph A. Wilner, Washington, D. C ; Leo Wise, Cincinnati, O.; Edwin Wolf, Phila., Pa.; Adolphe Wolfe, Portland, Ore. BOARD OF MANAGERS OF SYNAGOG AND SCHOOL EXTENSION: Chairman, William Ornstein; Vice-Chairman, Jacob W. Mack, Cincinnati, O.; Director, George Zepin; Asst. Director, Louis I. Egelson, Educ. Director, Merchants Bldg., Cincinnati, O.; Mortimer Adler, Rochester, N. Y.; Milton M. Alexander, Detroit, Mich.; Maurice Berkowitz, Kansas City, Mo.; David M. Bressler, N. Y. C ; Emanuel Bronner, Syracuse, N. Y.; Gerson J. Brown, Cincinnati, O.; Dave Davidson, Sioux City, la.; Gustav A. Efroymson, Indianapolis, Ind.; Benj. M. Engelhard, Chicago, 111.; Geo. A. Gershon, Atlanta, Ga.; Daniel B. Freedman, N. Y. C.; Julius W. Freiberg, Cincinnati, O.; Philip J. Goodhart, N. Y. C ; Frederick L. Guggeneimer, N. Y. C.; Simeon M. Johnson, Cincinnati, 0.; Sol. S. Kiser, Indianapolis, Ind.; Irving Lehman, N. Y. C ; David Leventritt, N. Y. C ; Nathaniel L. Levi, N. Y. C ; Abr. Lewenthal, Cleveland, O.; Adolph Lewisohn, N". Y. C.; Henry S. Manheim, San Francisco, Cal.; Julius M. Mayer, N. Y. C ; Nathan J. Miller, N. Y. C ; Samuel M. Newbu'rger, N. Y. C ; Herbert C. Oettinger, Cincinnati, O.; Julius Rosenwald, Chicago, 111.; Moses Rothschild, Baltimore, Md.; Max L. Schallek, N. Y. C ; Joseph Schonthal, Columbus, O.; Alfred Selligman, Louisville, Ky.; Charles Shohl, Cincinnati, O.; Albert Steindler, Chicago, 111.; Samuel Straus, Cincinnati, 0.; Abr. J. Sunstein, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Henry M. Toch, N.Y. C.; Ludwig Vogelstein, N. Y. C.; Herman Wile, Buffalo, N. Y. HEBREW UNION COLLEGE: Incorporated, Cincinnati, O. Volumes in Library over 55,000. Faculty: Kaufmann Kohler, Ph.D., D.D., President Emeritus; Julian Morgenstern, Ph.D., President: Professor of Bible and Semitic Languages, Louis Grossmann, D.D., D.H.L., Professor Emeritus of Ethics and Pedagogy; David Xeumark, Ph.D., Professor of Jewish Philosophy; Jacob Z. Lauterbach, Ph.D., Professor of Talmud; Moses Buttenwieser, Ph.D., D.H.L. Professor of Biblical Exegesis; Henry Englander, Ph.D., Registrar and Professor of Biblical Exegesis; Solomon B. Freehof, D.D., Professor of Jewish Liturgy; Jacob R. Marcus, B. A., Instructor in Bible and Rabbinics; Jacob Mann, D.Lit., Professor of Jewish History; Israel Bettan, D.D., Professor of Homiletics and Midrash; Abraham Cronbach, D.D., Professor of Jewish Sociology; Louis B. Wolfenson, Ph.D., Professor of Hebrew and Cognate Languages; Henry Slonimsky, Ph.D. Professor of Jewish

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Pedagogy and Ethics. Samuel S. Cohon, B.A., Professor of Jewish Theology. Special Instructors: David Philipson, D.D., LL.D. Lecturer on History of the Reform Movement and the Activities of the Rabbi; Cora Kahn, Elocution. Corresponding Members of the Faculty: Aaron Hahn (1887), David Davidson (1892); Israel Abrahams (1912), Adolph S. Oko, Librarian. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE HEBREW UNION COLLEGE Org. 1889. Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, O. Annual Meeting, July 1, 1923, Cape May, N. J. Members, 200. PURPOSE: TO promote welfare of the Hebrew Union College and to strengthen fraternal feeling among graduates of the college. OFFICERS: Pres., H. G. Enelow, N. Y. C ; Vice-Pres., Horace J. Wolf, Rochester, N. Y.; Treas., Henry J. Berkowitz, Detroit, Mich.; Historian, Simon Cohen, Selma, Ala.; Sec, Lee J. Levinger, Wilmington, Del. . EXECUTIVE BOARD: Rudolph Grossman, Harry Linfield, Edgar Magnin, Abraham Rhine, Nathan Stern, Abba H. Silver, Marcus Saltzman, Harry Weiss. Representatives of Alumni to Board of Governors of H. U. C , Harry W. Ettelson, David Lefkowitz. UNION OF ORTHODOX TEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA Org. June 8, 1898. OFFICE: 131 W. 86th., New York City Convention, Dec, 1922, New York City. OFFICERS: Hon. Pres., Bernard Drachman, H. Pereira Mendes, Julius J. Dukas, N. Y. C ; Pres., Herbert S. Goldstein, N. Y. C ; VicePres., M. S. Margolies, Philip Klein, Leo Jung, M. Boas Lande, Mendel Gottesman, C. Joshua Epstein, N. Y. C ; Treas., Jacob Hecht, N. Y. C ; Sec, M. Engelman, Albert Wald, Mortimer M. Menken, N. Y. C. Exec. Sec, Abraham Caplan. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (From New York): H. Bayer, S. Bayer, I. Brody, A. Cohen, Joseph H. Cohen, J. J. Dukas, Harry Fischel, Wm. Fischman, Harry Fromberg, L. S. Furman, A. Goldstein, A. L. Goldstein, Isadore Goodman, LouisGuttman, Max Herskovits, Emanuel Hertz, M. A. Kaplan, Joseph Lamport, K. Lewis, Henry Morais, N. Taylor Phillips, David de Sola Pool, P. Rosenberg, Joseph Schwartz, Louis Simon, Albert Wald; I. M. Davidson, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; N. A. Ebin, Brooklyn, N. Y.; S. B. Friedman, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Albert Mandelbaum, Albany, N. Y.

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WOMEN'S BRANCH OF THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA (Affiliated with the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America) Org. Apl. 19, 1920. OFFICE: 131 W. 86th, New York City PURPOSE: The intensification and furtheration of Orthodox Judaism in the home, the religious school, amongst students in institutions of higher learning, and the field of social service work. Also, supervision of the dormitory of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary. OFFICERS: Pres., Mrs. N. H. Ebin; Hon. Vice-Pres., Mrs. Joseph Mayer Asher, Mrs. Moses Hyamson, Mrs. Leo Jung, Mrs. Philip Klein, Mrs. N. Taylor Phillips; Treas., Mrs. Adolph Schwarcz; Sec, Mrs. Edwin Kaufman. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Mrs. Joseph H. Cohen, Mrs. Julius Dukas, Mrs. Harry Fischel, Mrs. Isidore Fischman, Mrs. Wm. Fischman, Mrs. Isadore Freedman, Mrs. Louis Friedman, Mrs. Max Friedman, Mrs. Elias Friedrich, Mrs. Joseph Golding, Mrs. Ralph Harte, Mrs. S. A. Hartogensis, Mrs. Max Levine, Mrs. Jacob Levow, Sarah Lyons, Mrs. Mortimer M. Menken, Mrs. Moritz Neuman, Mrs. Bernard Revel, Mrs. Joseph Silverstein, Mrs. Elias Surut, Mrs. I. Wiener.

UNION OF ORTHODOX RABBIS OF UNITED STATES AXD CANADA Org. Tammuz 24, 5002 (1902). OFFICE: 140 E. 2d, New York City Twenty-second Annual Convention, Feb. 14. 1924, New York City. Members, 225. OFFICERS: Pres., B. L. Levinthal, Phila., Pa., I. Rosenberg, X. Y. C ; L. Silver, Harrisburg, Pa.; Sec, J. Seltzer, Bridgeport, Conn.; Manager, I.. Predmesky, N. Y. C. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: S. Alishevsky, X. Y. C ; B. Aronovitz, X. V. C ; J. Braver, Akron, O.; A. D. Burack, Brooklyn, X. Y.; E. Epstein, Chicago, 111.; J. Eskelsky, N. Y. C ; S. I. Friederman, Boston, Mass.; A. Gallant, N. Y. C ; T' Geffen, Atlanta, Ga; B. B. Guth, X. Y. C ; M. Guzik, Brooklyn, N. Y.; C. Hoffenberg, Hartford, Conn.; I. Idelson, Jersey City, N. J.; E. Inselbuch, Brooklyn, X. Y.; S. E. Jaffa, X. Y. C. Ph. Klein, N. Y. C ; J. Konvitz, Trenton, X. J.; J. H. Levenberg, New Haven, Conn.; J. B. Levin, Newark, N. J.; M. S. Margolies, X. Y. C ; E. Pelchowitz, Columbus, O.; M. S. Pfeffer, N. Y. C ; E. M. Preil, Elizabeth, N. J.; B. Revel, N. Y. C ; J. Riff, Camden, N. J.; I. Rosenberg, N. Y. C ; J. Rubenstein, Providence, R. I.; S. Schaffer, Baltimore, Md.; A. Schwartz, Baltimore, Md.; I. Siegal, Bayonne, N. J.; H. Silver, Worcester, Mass.; L. Silver, Harrisburg, Pa.; M. S. Silver, Minneapolis, Minn.; M. S. Sivitz, Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Seventy third Annual Convention of the Grand Lodge, Dec. 4, 1923, New York City. Lodges, 27. Members, 9,800. Publishes a monthly, The Echo, editor, Mrs. Juliet B. Howard. OFFICERS (For December, 1923, to December, 1925): Grand Monitress, Mrs. Fanny M. Marx; Grand Pres., Mrs. Julia Levy; Grand VicePres., Mrs. Juliet B. Howard; Mrs Amelia Oppenheimer; Hon. Grand Sec, Mrs. Bianca B. Robitscher, Grand Sec, Mrs. Rose Baran; Grand Financial Sec, Mrs. Flora H. Fish; Grand Treas., Mrs. L. Schwarzkopf; Grand Mentor, Mrs. Henriette Prinstein; Grand Warden, Mrs Rose Deutschberger.

UNITED ROUMANIAN JEWS OF AMERICA (Amalgamation of Federation of Roumanian Jews of America and the American Union of Roumanian Jews) OFFICE: 44 Seventh, New York City CONVENTION: Nov. 23, 1923, New York City. PURPOSE: TO further, defend and protect the interests of the Jews in Roumania, to work for their civic and political emancipation and for their economic reconstruction and rehabilitation, and to represent and further the interests of the Roumanian Jews in the United States and Canada. OFFICERS: Pres., Solomon Sufrin; Vice-Pres., Abraham Falick, Abraham Hirsch, J. J. Solomon, Leo Wolfson; Treas., Sam Schwartz; Sec, Herman Speier. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: The Officers, and Isaac Aberman, M. Aronson, Michael Baumann, H. Bookstaber, J. E. Braunstein, Bernard Carneol, Jack Coplowitz, Louis Diamant, Louis Eckstein, Peter Ferester, Leon Fischer, Chas. I. Fleck, A. Fliegelman, Sol. B. Forstein, Samuel Goldstein, Morris Graubard, Hyman Haimowitz, W. J. Juster A. L. Kalman, Saul Kantor, Newman Kovler, Simon Kramer, Osias Lesser, David Lonschein, Jennie Lonschien, Rose Markowitz, Harry Meyer, Max Ornstein, Z. Petreanu, J. Rohlbach, N. Rosenzweig, Morris Schechter, M. Schoenfeld, Carl Schwartz, Leon Schwartz, S. Seilikowitz, Albert Smilowitz, Benjamin Stein, Edward Stein, Aron Sussman, Louis Weiss.

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UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA Org. Feb. 23, 1913. OFFICE: 531 W. 123d, New York City Eleventh Annual Convention, Feb. 9-13, 1923, Pittsburgh, Pa. Twelfth Annual Convention, May 11-13, 1924, New York City. PURPOSE: The promotion of traditional Judaism in America. FOUNDER: Solomon Schechter. OFFICERS: Pres., Elias L. Solomon, N. Y. C ; Vice-Pres., Louis Ginzberg, N. Y. C ; Herman Abramowitz, Montreal, Can.; Jacob Kohn, N. Y. C ; Charles E. H. Kauvar, Denver, Colo.; Rec. Sec, S. Herbert Golden, N. Y. C ; Cor. Sec, Chas. I. Hoffman, 334 Belmont Av., Newark, N. J.; Treas., Wm. Prager; Executive Director, Samuel M. Cohen, N. Y. C. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: The Officers, and Cyrus Adler, Phila., Pa.; Mrs. Cyrus Adler, Phila., Pa., Maurice Avner, Pittsburgh, Pa.; A. B. Cohen, Scranton, Pa.; Lyon Cohen, Montreal, Can.; Israel Davidson, X. Y. C ; Max Drob, N. Y. C ; Louis M. Epstein, Boston, Mass.; Milton Fleischer, Baltimore, Md.; M. B. Freedman, Cleveland, O.; Aaron Garfunkel, N. Y. C ; Solomon Goldman, Cleveland, O.; Israel Goldstein, N. Y. C ; Meyer Goodfriend, N. Y. C.; Samuel Greenblatt, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Julius H. Greenstone, Phila., Pa.; Henry Gross, Newark, N. J.; Abr. E. Halpern, St. Louis, Mo.; A. M. Hershman, Detroit, Mich.; M. M. Kaplan, N. Y. C ; Max D. Klein, Phila., Pa.; Jacob Kohn, N. Y. C ; Moses Kreeger, Chicago, 111.; Arthur M. Lamport, N. Y. C ; Elias Margolis, Mt. Yernon, N. Y.; Alexander Marx, N. Y. C ; A. A. Neuman, Phila, Pa.; Nathan Pinanski, Boston, Mass.; Chas. Polakoff, Buffalo, X. Y.; Herman H. Rubenovitz, Boston, Mass.; Michael Salit, N. Y. C ; J. H. Schanfeld, Minneapolis, Minn.; Ignace Schwartz, Youngstown, O.; M. D. Shanman, Cleveland, O.; Louis Shulman, Rochester, N. Y.; Mrs. Samuel Spiegel, N. Y. C ; David Steckler, N. Y. C : Alexander V,. Zinke, X. Y. C. UPSILON LAMBDA PHI FRATERNITY Org. 1916; Inc. 1917. OFFICE: 5015 Walnut, Philadelphia, Pa. Seventh Annual Convention, Aug. 20-27, 1923, Asbury Park, N. J. Chapters, 24. Members 425. PURPOSE: An International Fraternity laying particular stress on Judaism, open to male students of the Jewish faith in the high and preparatory schools, with the purpose of uniting them socially and fraternally. OFFICERS: Master, Henry Waldman, Roselle Park, X. J.; Deputy, [ulius B. Schatz, N. Y. C ; Fin. Sec, Irving R. Yenokur, East Orange, N. J.; Sec, David Solms, 5015 Walnut, Philadelphia, Pa. GOVERNING BODY: The Officers, Alexander Feller, Xew Brunswick, N. J.; and Daniel Wagner, Elizabeth, N. J. GRAND COUNCIL: The Executive Board, and a delegate from each Chapter.

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WOMEN'S LEAGUE OF THE UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA Org. Jan. 21, 1918. OFFICE: 531 W. 123d, New York City Sixth Annual Convention, Feb. 9-13, 1923, Pittsburgh, Pa. Seventh Annual Convention, May 11-13, 1924, New York City. PURPOSE: TO advance traditional Judaism by furthering Jewish education among women, by creating and fostering Jewish sentiment in the home, by promoting the observance of Jewish dietary laws and home ceremonials, Sabbath and Festivals, and by generally strengthening the religious institutions of the home. OFFICERS: Hon. Pres., Mrs. Solomon Schechter, N. Y. C ; Pres., Mrs. Chas. I. Hoffman, Newark, N. J.; Vice-Pres., Mrs. Cyrus Adler, Phila., Pa.; Mrs. Benj. Davis, Chicago, III.; Mrs. Louis Ginzberg, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Jacob Kohn, N. Y. C ; Mrs. R. H. Melamed, N. Y. C ; Treas., Mrs. Louis Gottschall, N. Y. C ; Rec. Sec, Mrs. Samuel Spietrel, N. Y. C. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Mrs. L. D. Abrams, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. Jesse Bienenfeld, Syracuse, N. Y.; Mrs. Samuel M. Cohen, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Emil Crockin, Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. Barnett Davis, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mrs. Edward Epstein, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Louis M. Epstein, Boston Mass.; Mrs. A. Frankle, Youngstown, O.; Mrs. A. J. Freiman, Ottawa, Can.; Mrs. Charles Goell, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. Israel Goldstein, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Joseph Herzog, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Moses Hyamson, N. Y. C ; Mrs. M. M. Kaplan, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Edwin Kaufman, N. Y. C ; Mrs. C. Hillel Kauvar, Denver, Colo.; Sarah Kussy, Newark N. J.; Mrs. Arthur M. Lamport, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Morris Lurie, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Max L. Margolis, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. Jacob Minkin, Rochester, N. Y.; Mrs. Simon Oppenheimer, Washington, D. C ; Mrs. Louis Rich, Cleveland, O.; Mrs. H. H. Rubenovitz, Boston, Mass.; Mrs. Michael Salit, N. Y. C.; Emily Solis-Cohen, Phila., Pa.; Mrs. Leon Solis-Cohen, New Rochelle, N. Y.; Mrs. A. Solomon, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Elias L. Solomon, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Israel Unterberg, N. Y. C ; Mrs. Leon Waldman, Chicago, 111. THE WORKMEN'S CIRCLE Org. Sept, 4, 1900. OFFICE: 175 East Broadway, New York City Members, 82,824. PURPOSE: Fraternal insurance and mutual aid. OFFICERS: Pres., J. Weinberg,; Treas., L. Rothman; Sec, Joseph Baskin. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: D. Alperin, S. Baskin, L. Berman, R. Block, N Chanin, I. Cohen, M. Davidoff, L Dinerstein, J. Fishman, N. Freiman, M. Golding, I. Hillman, B. Levitan, M. Pine, J. Podnick, W. Rabkin, J. Roberts, H. Rosenberg, J. Rothman, L. Rothman, A. Seldin,

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S. Selnick, A. Shiplacoff, S. Silverberg. M. Weich, J. Weinberg, B. Wolf, A. Wolitzky, M. Wolpert, J. Zinderman. YOUNG JUDAEA Org. 1908. OFFICE: 114 Fifth Av., New York City Fifteenth Annual Convention, June 29--July 2, 1923, Long Branch, N. JNumber of Circles, 900. PURPOSE: TO advance the cause of Zionism; to further the mental, moral and physical development of the Jewish youth; and to promote Jewish culture and ideals in accordance with Jewish tradition. OFFICERS: Prcs., Moe Turman; Vice-Pres., Sylvan Kohn, Emanuel Neuman, David Tannenbaum; Treas., Jacob Holtzman; Exec. Sec, Norman, N. Gerstenfeld. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: The Officers, and David B. Alpert, Max Arzt, Rose Berman, Samuel Borowsky, Israel Chipkin, Arthur Cohen, Sarah Cooperstock, I. Feinstein, Nathan B. Finkelstein, Israel Goldberg, Louis Goldstein, Mrs. Boris Grabelsky, Solomon Grayzel, Simon Greenberg, Louis Gribitz, B. Grossman, Libby Jacobson, Ruth Jacobson, Max Kadushin, Sol. Katz, A. Kaufman, Theo. Krohn, Leon Lang, Jeanette Leibel, Lotta Levensohn, David Levine, Mrs. Emanuel Neumann, David de Sola Pool, Wm. Raphael, Mrs. S. Rosenblatt, Maurice Samuel, David Schneeberg, Louis J. Schwefel, P. Slomowitz, Leon Spitz, E. Charles Sydney, A. Tannenbaum, Mrs. Rose Teifelbrun, Mrs. Anna Turman, Jessie'Weiss, Esther Zalkind. YOUNG PEOPLE'S LEAGUE OF THE UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA Org. 1921. OFFICE: 531 W. 123d, New York City Third Annual Convention, May 9-12, 1924, New York City. Members, 10,000. Societies, 65. PURPOSE: TO bring the Jewish youth closer to traditional Judaism and to the Synagogue. OFFICERS: Pres., Israel Goldstein, N. Y. C ; Yice-Pres., Arthur Kornstein, Woonsocket, R. I.; Treas., Herbert J. Roeder, N. Y. C ; Exec. Dir., Irving H. Fisher, N. Y. C. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: The Officers, and Robert Barko, N. Y. C ; Nathan Flax, Bensonhurst, N. Y.; Ethel Gutterman, N. Y. C ; Sarah Manheim, Syracuse, N. Y.; Samuel A. Margolis, Boston, Mass.; Isidore H. Schweidel, Phila., Pa.; S. Stanley Solomon, Phila., Pa.; Martha Wolf, N. Y. C. CHAIRMAN OF STANDING COMMITTEE: B. Leon Hurwitz (Organization); Hy. Shapiro (Publicity); Wm. Malev (Education); Benj. Tuniclc, (Co-operation); Al. Ginsburi; (Finance); Isidore Hoffman (Speaker's Bureau).

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YOUNG POALE ZION Org. 1915. OFFICE: 133 Second Av, New York City Annual Convention, Sept, 1-3, 1923, Boston, Mass. Members 1,000. PURPOSE: Junior; Socialist and Zionist. OFFICERS: Sec, Jacob Schneider. CENTRAL COMMITTEE: H. Ehrenreich, I. Hamlin, Philip Kolko, Henry Mackson, Max Rudy, and Jacob Schneider. ZEIRE ZION HITACHDUT OF AMERICA Part of (Zionist Labor Party Hitachdut) Org. 1921. OFFICE: 249 E. Bway, New York City Annual Convention, April 20, 1923. Rochester, N. Y. Members, 2000. PURPOSE: TO help in creating a Jewish free working community in Palestine and to renew the life of the Jewish people in the Diaspora on the basis of work and Hebrew culture. OFFICERS: Chairman, M. Rudensky, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Treas., Morris Slovkin, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Sec, A. Levy, 628 E. 6th, New York City. Executive Committee: A. Abramowitz, N. Y. C.; Zvi Gladstein, N. Y. C ; M. Lipson, Brooklyn, N. Y.; K. Whitman, Brooklyn, N. Y.; A. Zichlinsky, N. Y. C. ZETA BETA TAU FRATERNITY Org. 1898; Inc. 1907. OFFICE: 67 Wall, New York City Twenty-fifth Annual Convention, Dec. 28, 1923, Cleveland, O. Members, 3,000. Ranking as an intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity with "chapters in thirty-two universities and colleges, open to Jewish university men. OFFICERS: Supreme Nasi (Pres.), Julius Kahn, Washington, D. C ; Exec. Nasi, Harold Riegelman, N. Y. C ; Sopher, (Sec), Clarence K. Weil, N. Y. C ; Gisbar (Treas.), Edwin K. Goodman, N. Y. C ; Historian, Lin wood Lehmann, Va.; Sec. of Supreme Council, George Macy, 67 Wall, N. Y. C. ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA Org. 1897; Re-org. 1918. OFFICE: 114 Fifth Av., New York'City Twenty-sixth Annual Convention, June 17, 1923, Baltimore, Md. Twenty-seventh Annual Convention, June, 1924, Pittsburgh, Pa. Members, 40,000 Central Fund, Keren Hayesod (Palestine Foundation Fund). Constituent Organizations: Hadassah, Order Sons of Zion, Young Judaea, Zion Commonwealth.

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PUBLICATIONS: The New Palestine, a weekly for members, in English. Dos Yiddische Folk, a weekly in Yiddish; Hatoren, a monthly, in Hebrew; Young Judean, a monthly for the Jewish youth, in English. ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE: Herman Conheim; Abraham Goldberg; Boris Grabelsky, Treas.; Louis Lipsky, Chairman; Emanuel Neumann; Louis Robison; Morris Rothenberg, Jacob Siegel; N. Y. C ; Louis Topkis, Wilmington, Del. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Senior Abel, N. Y. C ; A. E. Abramowitz, Meyer Abrams, Chicago, 111.; Gershon Agronsky, X. Y. C ; Robert August, N. Y. C ; Philip Blumenthal, Houston, Tex.; Samuel J. Borowsky, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Reuben Brainin, N. Y. C ; B. Brenner, Chicago, 111.; I. Brodie, Manchester, N. H.; Joseph A. Byer, Bangor, Me.; Samuel Caplan, Portland, Ore.; Nathan Chasan, N". Y. C.; A. B. Cohen, Scranton, Pa.; Edward Cohen, Cambridge Mass.; Joseph Cohen,New Orleans, La.; Leo Cohen, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Morris Cohen, New Britain, Conn.; Max Conheim, Chicago, III.; Henry J. Dannenbaum, Houston, Tex.; Morris Dlugasch, Brooklyn, N. Y.; N. H. Ebin, Brooklyn, N. Y.; William Edlin, N. Y. C ; Adolph Edlis, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Harry Ehrlich, Springfield, Mass.; Maurice Eisenberg, N. Y. C ; H. Eisher, Norfolk, Va.; L. M. Epstein, Roxbury, Mass.; Benj. F. Evarts, Holyoke, Mass.; Harry P. Fierst, N. Y. C ; Louis Fine, Miami, Fla.; Jacob Fishman, N. Y. C ; H. G. Frankel, Philadelphia, Pa.; Meyer Freed, Worcester, Mass.; Sol. Friedland, N. Y. C ; Mrs. A. H. Fromenson, N. Y. C ; Joseph Gabriel, Jersey City, N. J.; I. E. Galinsky, Sioux City, la.; Aaron Garber, Cleveland, O.; Louis Germain, Brooklyn, X. Y.; Herman Gessner, Escanaba, Mich.; Jacob Ginsburg, Philadelphia, Pa.; Jacob Goell, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Leon Goldapple, Brooklyn, X. Y.; Israel Goldberg, N. Y. C.; I. E. Goldberg, Hartford, Conn.: Joseph Goldman, Charleston, S. C.; Harry Goldowsky, Jersey City, N. J.; A. J. Goldstein, Jersey City, N. J.; I. Goldstein, Omaha, Xeb.; Elias Goodstein, Uniontown, Pa.; Benj. L. Gordon, Philadelphia, Pa.; Geo. Gordon, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs. Richard Gottheil, X. Y. C ; E. Hackner, Chicago, 111.; Isaac Harris, Boston, Mass.; Jacob Heckman, Washington, D. C ; Mrs. A. Hertzman, St. Louis, Mo.; Robert A. Hess, Milwaukee, Wis.; Jacob B. Hoffman, Philadelphia, Pa.; Nathan Isaacs, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Jacob Ish-Kishor, X. Y. C ; Mrs. Edward Jacobs, N. Y. C ; I Kahanowitz, Greensburg, Pa.; M. M. Kaplan, X. Y. C ; Mrs. A. Kameretzky, Youngstown, O.; J. I. Kemlar, Baltimore, Md.; Gustave Klausner, St. Louis, Mo.; Joseph Krimsky, Brooklyn, X. Y.; Sarah Kussy, Newark, N. J.; Samuel C. Lamport, X. Y. C ; Mrs. H. B. Lefkowitz, N. Y. C ; Aaron Levinstone, Xewark, N. J.; Israel Levinthal, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Max Levy, Staten Island; Wm. M. Lewis, Philadelphia, Pa.; M. Lipkin, Norfolk, Ya.; Morris Margulies, N. Y. C ; Benjamin Marvin, Long Island; Hirsh Masliansky, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Israel Matz, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Leon S. Medalia, Boston, Mass.; Samuel M. Melamed, Chicago, 111.; Jacob Miller, Detroit, Mich.; Meyer S., Mintz, Newark, X. J.; Jacob M. Moses, Baltimore, Md.; Nathan Murov,

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Shreveport, La.; Louis Ozersky, Youngstown, O.; M. D. Pearlman, Burlington, Vt.; Thomas Piser, Chicago, 111.; C. A. Press, Los Angeles, Cal.; A. Price, Brooklyn, N. V.; Benj. Rabalsky, Boston, Mass; J. Rabinowitz, Boston, Mass; Nathan Ratnoff, N. Y. C ; Meyer Reich, East Liverpool, O.; Bernard Richards, N. Y. C ; H. G. Robbins, Arverne, L. I.; Henry Rosenbaum, Plainfield, N. J.; A. P. Rosenberg, Milwaukee, Wis.; M.G. Rosenberg, Tampa,K!a.; Bernard A. Rothenberg, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Chas Rosengarten, Waterbury, Conn.; I. Ruman, Gary Ind.; Michael Salit, N. Y. C ; Norman Salit, Far Rockaway, N. Y.; Maurice Samuel, N. Y. C ; David Sandier, Atlantic City, N. J.; Louis Schapiro, Portsmouth, N. H.; Abraham Schomer, N. Y. C.; Mrs. Rebecca Schweitzer, N. Y. C ; Alexander Selkin, N. Y. C ; Morris Sendar, N. Y. C ; Morris Senn, Philadelphia, Pa.; Bernard Shelvin, N. Y . C . ; H . P . Shugarman, Birmingham, Ala.; MaxShulman, Chicago, 111.; Mrs A. Silverman, Omaha, Neb.; Archibald Silverman, Providence, R I.; A. Simon, Cleveland, O.; Mrs. A. Slomka, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Max J. Skaist, Reading, Pa.; Abraham Spelke, Stamford, Conn.; Abraham Spicehandler, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Leon Spitz, New Haven, Conn.; H. Steinberg, Chicago, 111.; Elihu D. Stone, Boston, Mass.; David Surdut, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Henrietta Szold, N. Y. C ; David Tannenbaum, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Reuben Taylor, Hartford, Conn.; Sigmund Thau, Brooklyn, N. Y.; MoeTurman, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Phillip Wattenberg, N. Y. C.; S. J. Weinstein, N. Y. C ; D. Werbelowsky, Brooklyn, N. Y.; H. Winer, Chattanooga, Tenn.; M. J. Wissotsky, Los Angeles, Cal. HADASSAH THE WOMEN'S ZIONIST ORGANIZATION Org. 1912. OFFICE: 114 Fifth Av., New York City Ninth Annual Convention, June, 20-21, 1923, Baltimore, Md. Sewing Circle, 526. Chapters, 172. Junior Hadassah Groups, 77. PURPOSE: TO promote Jewish institutions and enterprises in Palestine, and to foster Zionist ideals in America. In pursuance of the Palestinian object, Hadassah contributes in large measure towards the maintenance of the Hadassah Medical Organization in Palestine; is maintaining Infant Welfare Stations; is raising funds through the religious school children of America for school luncheons and through the Junior Hadassah Units, operates with the Joint Distribution Committee in the maintenance of Palestinian Orphans. The Sewing Circles supply linen to hospitals, field hospitals, clinics and other Palestinian organizations and furnish clothing to about 2800 orphans. NATIONAL BOARD: Pres., Henrietta Szold; Vice-Pres., Mrs. Emil Crockin, Treas., Mrs. H. B. Lefkowitz; Sec, Mrs. Robert Szold; Mrs I. S. Adlerblum, Mrs. A. H. Fromenson, Mrs. Edw. Jacobs, Mrs. H. Kaplan, Mrs. S. W. Myers, Rachel Natelson, Alice L. Seligsberg, Mrs. A. Slomka, Mrs. E. Stengel, and Mrs. A. H. Vixman.

JEWISH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES

{SUPPLEMENTARY DIRECTORY)

[NOTE.--*indicates that information is not official] ALABAMA

*JEWISH RELIGIOUS SCHOOL TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. Pres.;

Rabbi Alfred G. Moses, 64 N. Monterey, Mobile, Ala.; Sec, Florence Wiener, Mobile, Ala. CALIFORNIA

'CALIFORNIA ALLIANCE OF JEWISH WOMEN. Pres., Mrs.

Harry B. Getleson; Sec, Mrs Arnold Perstein. BERKELEY

Educ. 'BERKELEY HEBREW CENTER, Bancroft and Jefferson. Pres.,

Joseph Friedman; Sec, Ben Jacobs. GLENDALE

Char. ' J E W I S H SISTERHOOD OF GLENDALE. Re-org. Pres., Mrs.

Goodman Phillips; Sec, Mrs. W. Tyrell. Cg. LONG BEACH TEMPLE ISRAEL, 439 W. Anaheim. Rabbi, Julius A. Leibert; Pres., Ben Schwartz; Sec, I. Rosenbloom. Members, 150; Income, $10,000. Services: Sabbath. English. School: Classes, 7; teachers, 7; pupils, 82; sessions, weekly, 2. LOS ANGELES

Educ. CHEVRA MISHNA AND E I N JACOB, 227 Olive. Org. 1922.

Pres., Abraham Mandel; Sec, H. Brandman. Constituent Organization of Cg. Beth Israel.

'HIGHLAND PARK HEBREW ASSOCIATION. Pasadena Av. and

N. 57th.

Char.

Pres., H. Levin; Sec, Wm. A. Jonesi.

JEWISH MOTHERS ' ALLIANCE ORPHANS HOME OF LOS ANGELES,

244 N. Breed. Org. 1916. Pres.. Mrs. E. Lazard; Sec, Mrs. L. Kornsweet; Supt.. Miss Wolper. OAKLAND

Educ. 'HEBREW DAILY SCHOOL OF OAKLAND (Talmud Torah),

13th and Brush.

Pres., J. Goldman; Sec, H. Bernstein.

J E W I S H LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, 732-14th. Chairman

52-3

Exec.

Cg.

Com., Bernard Silverstein; Exec. Sec, Sally F. Melnick. Income, $6000. Constituent Society of Oakland Jewish Federation. PASADENA *SHAARE ZEDEK, 256 N. Fair Oaks Aw Sec, Harry H. Levy. 1119 Maple. SAN FRANCISCO

B'NAI ISRAEL OF DALY CITY, 67 Los Banos Av. Re-org.

Cg.

1923. Pres., K. Barskey; Sec, Jack Gottfried. Members, 30. Affiliated Society, Daughters of Israel. Services, Sabbatn and Festivals. Hebrew. School: Classes, 3; teachers, 1; pupils, 17; sessions weekly, 13.

Educ. *DALY CITY BIBLE SCHOOL. Care of Cg. B'nai Israel. *DALY CITY HEBREW SCHOOL, Care of Cg. B'nai Israel.

*HAYES VALLEY HEBREW SCHOOL, 935 Webster. ·MISSION HEBREW SCHOOL, 19th and Valencia. *SAN BRUNO HEBREW SCHOOL, 2574 San Bruno Av. SAN FRANCISCO TALMUD TORAH, 926 Grove. Org. 1922.

Char.

Hon. Pres., Wolf Gold; Sec, Nathan Merenbach; Prin., Maurice M. Levinsohn. School: Classes 6; teachers, 3; pupils, 120; sessions, daily. 'DAUGHTERS OF ISRAEL (Daly City). Pres., Mrs. Jos. Barsky.

* DAUGHTERS OF ISRAEL AID SOCIETY OF SAN FRANCISCO,

INC. Pres., Mrs. Rosalina Radinsky; Sec, Rose Hirsch.

Com. * JEWISH KRAKOW RELIEF SOCIETY, INC., 566 Fulton. 'PACIFIC COAST ASSOCIATION OF JEWISH CENTERS. Pres.,

Louis H. Blumenthal; Sec, Ida Lowenberg. Constituent Societies, Y. M. H. A., Jewish Community Center, San Bruno Settlement, Girls Club, JWB, Sisterhood House, Homewood Terrace; B'nai B'rith Center and Neighborhood House of Portland, Ore. SAN PEDRO

Com. SAN PEDRO JEWISH COMMUNITY, 212 6th. Org. 1922. Pres.,

Henry Gold; Sec, L. Lieberman.

Members, 40.

Cg.

Educ.

COLORADO DENVER *BETH E L . Pres., I. N. Cerf; Sec, Ben Goldsmith.

LOUISE GULDMAN COMMUNITY CENTER, 1307 Decatur. Pres.,

Mrs. Ernest Morris; Sec, Mrs. C. Abeles; Dir., H. Inez Tucker; income $3650. Attending annually, 2000.

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BRIDGEPORT

Char. DAUGHTERS OF ISRAEL, Care of Y.M.H.A., 67 Madison Av. Pres., Mrs. John Arthur; Sec, Mrs H. Brosler, North Av. Members, 75. Affiliated with Jewish Welfare Bureau.

Cg. BETH HAMEDRASH HARTFORD HAGODOL, 350 Garden. Rabbi, I. S.

Hurwitz; Pres., Max Fishman; Sec, H. Rosenfield. Members, 120. Services: Daily, Hebrew.

Educ. "HEBREW NEW HAVEN RABBINICAL COLLEGE, 81-83 Park.

Educ.

NORWALK *VouNpr;WoMEN's HEBREW ASSOCIATION, 71 S. Main.

Sec,

Elizabeth Tarlow. WATERBURY

Char. *STAR BENEVOLKVI ASSOCIATION. Org. 1889. Pres., S.

Holczer; Sec, M. Blumen. WILLIMANTIC

Cg. J E W I S H CONGREGATION. R a b b i , M a x Levine. Pres., Philip

Cent.

R. Cohen; S e c , S. Eisenberg, Jackson St. Members, 60. Services: Sabbath a n d Festivals. Hebrew. School: Classes, 3 ; teachers, 1; pupils, 30; sessions weekly, 5. CEMETERY, Perkins Corners. DELAWARE WTLBDNGTON

Cg.

B E T H SHALOM. 18th a n d Washington.

Rabbi, Moses J . S.

Abels. Pres., Aaron Finger; S e c , George Wintner. Members, 149; income, $14,000. Sisterhood; Brotherhood. Services: Sabbath, Hebrew and English. School: Classes, 7. teachers, 7; pupils, 80; sessions weekly, 3.

Cl. COVENANT C L U B , 5th And M a r k e t . Pres., J a m e s J. Cohen;

S e c , Philip Leshem; Dir., Chas. M. Goldstein. 225; income, $1500.

Cent. C E M E T E R Y , 18th a n d Washington.

Members,

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WASHINGTON

Char. "ASSOCIATED J E W I S H ORGANIZATIONS. Chairman, A. Gold-

berg; S e c , Mrs. L. Strauss.

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA HEBREW BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION,

(K. of P. Hall), 1012-9th, N.W. Pres., Leonard N. Zisman; Sec, A. Pavis; Headworker, Abraham Tash. Members, 701; income, $6300.

ELESAVET-GRAD CEMETERY ASSOCIATION., 1012-9th N. W.

(K. of P. Hall). Pavis.

Cl.

Pres., Leonard N. Zisman; Sec, A.

Org. 1923. Pres., Michael

UNITY CLUB, 1503-21st, N. W.

Sachs; Sec, H. Brisker. Com.

'JEWISH COMMUNITY

Members, 160. CENTER. Pres., Harry King; Sec,

Moe Offenberg. FLORIDA MIAMI TEMPLE ISRAEL, Central Arcade, East and Flagler. Rabbi, Joseph Jasin. Pres., M. D. Katz; Sec, Morris Gusky; Members, 60. Services: Sabbath and Festivals. Hebrew and English. School: Classes. 7; teachers, 7; sessions weekly 3.

WOODLAWN BURIAL PARK.

Cg.

Cem.

Cg.

PALM BEACH *BETH E L . Rabbi, Salo Stein. 324 Croton Way. Society, Sisterhood. Sec, Mrs. D. Schwab. GEORGIA

Auxiliary

*SOL*TH EASTERN JEWISH RELIGIOUS SCHOOL UNION.

Pres., Rabbi David Marx, Atlanta, Ga.; Sec, Rabbi Isaac E. Marcuson, Macon, Ga. ATLANTA 302 Grant Bldg. Elsas, Sec, S. Freitag. Members 115. ILLINOIS CHICAGO Pres., Oscar

Cl.

INGLESIDE COUNTRY CLUB,

Cg.

MO-OR CHAIM, 948 N. Rockwell.

Org. 1917.

Rabbi, A.

Blumofe. Pres., I. Greenberg; Sec, Samuel Zfasman. Members, 80; income, $4000. Services: Daily, Hebrew. School: Classes, 5; teachers, 1, pupils, 75; sessions weekly,

5.

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AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK

AMEkicA SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE HEBREW

UNIVERSITY, 930 Kimball Bldg. Org. 1923. Pres., Herman Lebeson; Sec, Mary Silverman.

*BOARD OF JEWISH EDUCATION, 1800 Selden.

Dir., Alexander

M. Dushkin.

·CHICAGO JEWISH NORMAL SCHOOL, 616 S. Michigan Av.

Prin., Louis L. Mann.

WOMEN'S COMMITTEE FOR JEWISH EDUCATION. Org. 1923.

Char.

Pres., Mrs. Julius Stone; Sec, Mrs. Harry Berkman, 4824 Dorchester 'Av. Members, 75. *B. FRIENDLY LADIES AID SOCIETY. Pres., Mrs. L. OlifT; Sec, Mrs. L. Goldfine. BARON HIRSCH CO-WORKERS, Roosevelt Hall, State Lake Bldg. Org. 1910. Pres., Mrs. Rose F. Ehrman; Sec, Mrs. Lillian Cohen. Members 172.

*DAUGHTERS OF JACOB SOUTH SIDE DAY AND NIGHT NURSERY,

6401 S. Peoria.

MONTEFIORE CHARITY SOCIETY, NO. 1, Capitol Bldg, Room 501. Pres., Mrs. Sara R. Blumberg; Sec, Mrs. Molliu White. LADIES' N E W LIGHT CHARITY SOCIETY, Capitol Bldg. Room 512, State and Randolph. Pres.. Mrs. A. Levy: Sec, Mrs. Chas. M. Kohn. "LIBERAL AID SOCIETY. Pres., Mrs. L. Odelsohn; Sec, Mrs. I. Friedman. 1620 S. Homan Av. ·RENA D. ROSE CHARITY CIRCLE. Pres., Mrs. I. Able; Sec, Pearl C. Cohen. ·SISTERS OF PROGRESS. Pres., Mrs. Sophie Gordon; Sec, Mrs. B.Salzman. *DEVONSHIRF. COUNTRY CLUB OF CHICAGO, Dempter Rd. Pres., Lewis D. Levit; Sec, A. M. Himelblau. *NORTHMOOR COUNTRY CLUB OF CHICAGO, Ravinia. Pres., Aaron I. Wolff; Treas., Edgar N. Greenebaum. *LADIES' *RAVISLOE COUNTRY CLUB OF CHICAGO, Homewood, 111.

Cl.

Char.

Org. 1901. Pres., E.S. Kohn; Sec, Walter M.Heymann. *SHERIDAN SHORE CLUB, 5554 Sheridan Rd. Pres., Bailey Samelow; Sec, Daniel H. Mendelson. ROCK ISLAND HEBREW CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, INC. Org. 1919. Pres , Samuel Slaterdowsky. Sec, P. Kniff, 810 5th Av. Members, 170. LADIES' DEBORAH SOCIETY. Org. 1876. Pres., Mrs. A. Mosenfelder; Sec-Treas., Mrs. Mayer Levi, New Harper Hotel. Members, 20.

*ROCK ISLAND RELIEF SOCIETY FOR UKRAINIAN WIDOWS AND ORPHANS. Pres., Mrs. H. Friedman; Sir., Mrs. R.Brotman.

JEWISH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

WINNETKA Cg. NORTH SHORE CONGREGATION, 746 Elm. Org. 1921.

527

Rabbi.

L. A. Mischkind. Pres., Harry N. Gottlieb; Sec, Mrs. Grace Portis. Services: Sabbath and Festivals. English and Hebrew. School: Classes, 11; teachers, 11; pupils, 166; sessions weekly, 1. INDIANA

INDIANAPOLIS Cg. TlFERETH JUDAH CENTRAL HEBREW CONGREGATION, 2 1 s t

Central Av. Org. 1923. Pres., Herman Escoll; Sec, H. Lifshitz, Members, 50; income, $3000. Services: Daily, Hebrew. IOWA DAVENPORT

Cg. Char. *ANSHE SHOLOM, 422 Western Av. Pres., Meyer Nitekman; Mrs. J. Hill; Sec, Mrs.

Sec, Boris Kotlar.

DAUGHTERS OF ISRAEL.

Members, 30.

Pres.,

A. Rubin, 1234-12th Rock Island, 111.

JEWISH LADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY.

Members, 80.

Pres., Mrs.

Org. 1908.

L. Rothenberg; Sec, Mrs. B. Liberman, 1816 Davenport Av. Members, 60.

JEWISH WOMENS' AID SOCIETY. Org. 1883. Pres., Mrs.

Ben A. Raphael; Sec, Mrs. J. M. Levin, 222 E. Central Pk. Av. Members, 34.

*MT NEBO CEMETERY ASSOCIATION. Chairman, Joseph Pres.,

Deutsch.

TRI-CITY JEWISH CHARITIES, 338 Masonic Temple.

Cl.

E. P. Adler; Sec, Ben Comenitz. Supt., Mrs. Edith Young Hilfman. Members, 201; income, $6000. *JUDAEANS. Pres., Hyman Bornstein; Sec, Frank Alter. LOUISIANA

LOUISIANA JEWISH RELIGIOUS SCHOOL TEACHERS' A S SOCIATION, 1205 St. Charles Av. Org. 1923. Pres.,

Char.

Erhard Mayer, New Orleans, La.; Sec, M. Meyerovitz, Alexandria, La. CHEVRA KADISHA. Pres., Joseph H. Goldman; Sec, S. Fels, 1716 Erato. Members, 50; income, $500. SHREVEPORT

*JEWISH RELIEF ORGANIZATION.

Char. Cent.

Chairman, Mrs. C. Gold;

Sec, Benjamin Frummer. CEMETERY, Fannin and McNeil.

528

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK

MONROE

Educ.

YOUNG

MEN'S

HEBREW

ASSOCIATION,

Grand

St.

Org.

Char.

1914, Pres., J. S. Bloch; Sec, Abie Marks. Members, 76. *TEMPLE AID SOCIETY. Pres., Mrs. Manny Marx; Sec., Mrs. Sam Kaplan. NEW ORLEANS

·JEWISH LADIES' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. Pres., Mrs.

L. Katz; Sec, Mrs. S. Korn. MAINE LEWISTON

Educ. *YOUNG M E N ' S HEBREW ASSOCIATION. Sec, Israel A. Miller.

MARYLAND BALTIMORE

Cg. *ACHIM AMSHA SPHARD, 4230 Park Heights Av.

AHAVATH ISRAEL (Waverly Congregation), 2392 Barclay. Org. 1916. Rabbi, Hurwitz. Pres., P. Blank; Sec, Dave Daneman. Members, 20. Services: Sabbath and Sunday. Hebrew. School: Classes, 2; teachers, 1; pupils, 42; sessions weekly 6.

*BETH HAMEDRASH HAGODEL, High and Stiles. Pres., Jacob

1902 Poplar

Abrams; Treas., Louis Poster.

·WALBROOK OHEV SHOLOM CONGREGATION.

Char.

Grove. Pres., Joseph Levit; Sec, Henry Glaser. T H E FAMILY PROTECTOR. Org. 1922. Pres., Myer Abramson, Suite 310-14 Equitable Bldg. Members, 120.

FRIEDA ROSEN F R E E LOAN MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION, 1622

Madison Av. Org. 1919. Pres.,--KATCHEROFSKY; Sec, Mrs. M. Weinberg. Members, 50.

LADIES' INDEPENDENT CHARITY LEAGUE, 1622 Madison Av.

Cl.

Com.

Org. 1910. Pres., Rachel Rosen; Sec, Bel Rubenstein. Members, 200. 'PARAMOUNT CLUB, INC. Pres., Sam Levin; Sec, Martin Satisky.

COUNCIL OF EXECUTIVES OF THE ASSOCIATED JEWISH CHARI-

TIES, 411 W. Fayette. Org. 1923. Pres., H. Joseph Hyman; Sec, Therese Simon. Members, 19.

COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF BALTI-

more, 43 Knickerbocker Bldg. Pres., Israel S. Gomborov; Sec, Abraham Finkelstcin. Affiliated Congregations, 26.

JEWISH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

MASSACHUSETTS

ASSOCIATED JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS OF

529

MASSACHUSETTS,

3 Tremont Row. Room 38. Org. 1924. Pres., Elihu D. Stone, Boston, Mass.; Sec, Benj. J. Shoolman, Boston, Mass. Exec. Sec, Mendel N. Fisher, Boston, Mass. Cg.

Ediu.

BOSTON *TORAH MOSHE (Roxbury). Rabbi, Solomon J. Friederman. Pres., Hyman Weinberg; Sec, J. Hirsch.

*CHALUZEI SFATH EVER, 31N. Russell. Pres., I. Rubinfein;

Sec, I. Dimond. *CHEVRA CHAS. Pres., H. Bloom. 10 Intervale.

JEWISH COMMUNITY

ROXBURY HEBREW

Instructor, Abel Kruger,

Treas., N. M.

CENTER

(Mattapan).

Rodman, 37 Shatton, (Dorchester).

SCHOOL AND RABBINICAL COLLEGE OF

BOSTON, 9-15 Otisfield. Org. 1918. Pres., Simon Cabelinsky; Sec, Barnet Kaplan; Supt., N. S. Feinberg. Members, 1500. Income $45,000. Affiliated Societies: Ladies' Auxiliary of Roxbury Hebrew School; Ladies' Auxiliary of Rabbinical College of Boston; Cg. Shara Tfilo

Char. AUSTRIAN BENEFIT ASSOCIATION 92 Leverett. Org. 1904.

Pres., L. Steigman; Sec, Louis Ellenbogen. Members, 250; income, $1800. Affiliated Societies: Austrian Ladies' Auxiliary; Cg. Anshe Austria.

*BOSTON BICKUR CHOLIM ASSOCIATION. Pres., Barnet KapChevra

lan; Sec, Barnet Cohen.

*CHEVRA KADUSHA AUXILIARY SOCIETY: Sisters of

Kadusha. Pres., Mrs. Emma Hamil; Sec, Mrs. Fanny S. Rosendorf.

DORCHESTER HEBREW HELPING HAND ASSOCIATION, 328

Washington. Org. 1920. Pres., Morris Wechsler; Sec, Jacob Bergson. Members, 90; income, $1080.

*ELITE THRIFT ASSOCIATION (Roxbury). Pres., Mrs. Arthur Pres., Isaac Simons;

Pres., M. H. I. H. El-

Schutzer; Sec, Mrs. Freid.

"HEBREW PROGRESSIVE ASSOCIATION.

Sec, Mendel Bodwitch.

·INDEPENDENT LOAN SOCIETY *LAHOISKER PROGRESSIVE

Members HO.

OF ROXBURY. Pres.,

Gersinovitch; Sec, B. Goldberg.

ASSOCIATION.

kind; Sec, Henry Webber.

DAVID BICUR CHOLIM SOCIETY, 214 Dudley. Org. 1870. Pres., Pres., Sophie

S. Jason Ginsburg; Sec, I. H. Peyser.

*SHEPETOVKA LADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY.

Greenstein; Sec, Mrs. Rose Wolfson.

530

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK

·WOMEN'S WELFARE CLUB.

Pres., H. M. Pambach; Sec,

Mrs. D. Baer.

CAMBRIDGE Educ. "YOUNG MEN'S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION,

178 Elm. Pri-s., Harold Bromberg. CHELSEA Char.

"CHELSEA "SISTERS HEBREW FREE LOAN SOCIETY. INC.

Pres., Nathan

Aronson; Sec, Anna Rood.

WHO VISIT THE SICK,

I'res., Mrs. Mary

Altshuler; Sec, Mrs. E. Hart. EVERETT Char.

"EVERETT LADIES' AID SOCIETY.

Pres., Mrs. M. Simon;

Treas., Mrs. Pearlstein. FALL RIBVER Char.

"EAST END HEBREW SICK BENEFIT ASSOCIATION.

Pres.,

Wm. Lischner; Sec, M. Alpert.

HAVERHILL Educ. YOUNG MEN'S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION,

25 Merrimack. Org. 1923. Pres., Morris Sadowitz; Sec, Etta Kimel. Members, 500; income, S3000. HOLYOKE Cltar.

HEBREW RELIEF SOCIETY. Pres., Mrs. B. Feinstein; Sec, Mrs.--Swirsky. Members, 180; income, 720. Constituent Society of United Hebrew Charities. LADIE'S CONSUMPTIVE

UNITED

HEBREW

CHARITIES.

Org.

1923. Pres.,

Bessie

Potter Feinstein; Sec, Sarah Skvirsky, 160 Walnut. Members, 183; income $1249. MALDEN

Educ. "YOUNG MEN'S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION,

336 Salem. Char.

"BETH ISRAEL

Pres., Raphael P. Boruchoff.

HOSPITAL AUXILIARY SOCIETY: Ladies' Auxiliary No. 10. Pres., Nathan Hoffman; Sec, Elizabeth Gordon.

SOMERVILLE

Char. "SISTERHOOD OF PALESTINE. Mrs. R. Weinberger, 44 Pearl.

JEWISH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

SPRINGFIELD

531

Educ.

LADIE'S

LEAGUE, 131--10th. Pres., Mrs. I. Kusnitsky; Sec, Mrs. Ida Black. Members, 350; income $1200. Constituent Society of Talmud Torah. HEBREW EDUCATION

Educ.

YOUNG M E N ' S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION,

Char.

27 Sargeant. Pres., Frank Chodorov; Sec, Milton Goldstein. Members, 300; income $3,000. COMMITTEE FOR TRANSIENTS, U. H. C , 159 Ferry. Supervisor, Mary Elkin. DAUGHTERS OF JACOB FREE LOAN ASSOCIATION, 1104 North. Pres., Mrs. S. Widlansky; Sec, HattieKalman. Members, 450, income, $2000. Benefited 120.

MINSKER RELIEF ASSOCIATION, 372 Franklin. Org. 1899.

Pres., Harry Goldsmith; Sec, Edw. Kaufman. 300; income, $4800. TAINTON

Educ. YOUNG M E N ' S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW

Members,

ASSOCIATION,

84 Weir. Org. 1911. Pres., Edward A. Teplow; Sec, M. N. Levy. Members, 48. WALTHAM

Educ. *YOUNG MEN'S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION.

Com. Cg.

Educ. Com.

Harvard St. Pres., Aaron Mendelsohn. WINTHROP *JEWISH WELFARE LEAGUE. Pres., Isaac Cohen., Sec, Isidore Silverman. WORCESTER *TEMPLE EMANUEL, Bancroft School. Rabbi M. H. Mazure.

*WORCESTER HEBREW SCHOOL, 66 Harrison. *CONFERENCE BOARD OF WORCESTER JEWISH Pres., Mrs. Nathan Sharfman, Pleasant St. MICHIGAN DETROIT WOMEN.

Cg.

Educ.

*EMANUEL, S. W. Cor. Wilson and Taylor Av. Pres., Jacob

Warren.

* E L MOSHE TALMUD TORAH, 29th and Michigan Av. *NORTHWEST TALMUD TORAH, Cor. Philadelphia and Byron

Av.

Char.

Pres., J. Friedberg; Sec, H. Goldberg.

LOAN ASSOCIATION. Pres., Mrs. Benjamin Pres., I. Saulson; Sec,

*BENEVOLENT

Gould; Sec, Edna Lewis.

CHEVRA KADISHA, Willis and Brush.

Jos. Keidan. Zedek.

Members, 300. Affiliated with Cg. Shaarey

532

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK

DETROIT F R E E BURIAL ASSOCIATION. 535 Frederick. Org.

1916. Pres., Zelman Muscovich; Sec, L. Pliscow. Headworker, L. Itzkowitz. Members, 3400; income, $8863.

·EUROPEAN JEWISH WOMENS' WELFARE ORGANIZATION.

Pres., Mrs. Joseph Zuckerman; Sec, Mrs. B. Levine.

*YITZCHOK ISAAC AID SOCIETY. Pres., Nathan Agree; Sec,

1915. Pres., Melville S.

E. Rosen.

Cl. BEDFORD COUNTRY CLUB. Org.

Welt; Sec, E. G. Frank, General Motors Bldg. Members, 260 income, $40,000. PONTIAC

Educ. JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, Cor. Orchard Lake Av. and

Exchange. Org. 1923. Pres., Sidney M. Metzorg; Sec, Jacob A. Meyer. Members, 52, income $2100. MINNESSOTA MINNEAPOLIS

Char. *HACHNOSAS ORCHIM AND MALBUSH ARLMIM. Pres., Mrs. Pres.,

M. Karatz; Sec, Mrs. N. Sabisewitz.

'MINNEAPOLIS LADIES' HEBREW HOSPITAL SOCIETY.

Mrs. H. Flack; Sec, Mrs. R. Meninsky. STPAUL

Char. *CHESED SHEL EMES. Pres., P. Blazer; Sec, Arthur

Mushkatin. MISSISSIPPI HATTIESBURG B'NAI ISRAEL. Rabbi I. Levine. Pres., S. B. Eiseman; Sec, Herman Katz. Members 25; income, $3000. Services: Sabbath and Festivals, Hebrew and English. School: Classes, 5; teachers, 5; pupils, 45; sessions weekly, 1' JACKSON

Char. BETH ISRAEL CEMETERY SOCIETY. S. State. Org. 1869.

Cg.

Pres., Mrs. Bessie F. Holberg; Members, 38.

Sec, Marie Ascher.

MISSOURI

EXCELSIOR SPRINGE

Cg. Cg.

Char.

*KENESETH ISRAEL.

Pres., Phillip Pop; Sec, Adolph Singer.

KANSAS CITY

*TIFERETH SPHORAD, 2539 Benton Blvd.

*GREATER KANSAS CITY HEBREW SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTE.

Pres., M. Studna; Sec, I. W. Hearsh.

JEWISH LOCAL ORGANIZATION

"KANSAS CITY JEWISH BENEFIT ASSOCIATION,

533 Inc. Chair-

man, H. Kusnetzky;Sec, L. J. Broudie.

"KANSAS CITY LINAS HAZEDEK SOCIETY.

Pres., D. Mazurk(Dodson, Mo.).

ewitz; Sec, J. Kroner.

Cl. OAKWOOD GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB.

Owned by Progress Club. Pres., Walter H. Negbaur; Sec, Geo. Landsberg, 610 Title Trust Bldg.

PROGRESS CLUB, 1103 E. Armour Blvd. Org. 1890. Pres.,

Walter H. Negbaur; Sec, Geo. Landsberg. Headworker, Albert Lipper. Members, 200; income, $20,000. NEBRASKA OMAHA

Educ. YOUNG M E N ' S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION,

303 Lyric. Org. 1916. Chairman, Wm. L. Holzman. Dir. Wm. R. Blumenthal. Members, 400. NEW HAMPSHIRE PORTSMOUTH

Educ. *YOUNG M E N ' S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION.

165 State.

Pres., Max Gelman. NEW JERSEY LONG BRANCH

Cg.

*FREE

BROTHERS

OF ISRAEL,

80

S.

Broadway.

Rabbi,

Jacob Sevelovich.

Educ.

Pres., Jacob Brodsky.

ASSOCIATION,

NEWARK YOUNG MEN'S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW

Char.

High St., Pres., Abraham J. Diamond; Sec, Leo Stein; Supt., Aaron G. Robison. Members, 1200; income, $2000. EZEKIEL HOME, 179 Clinton Av. (Maintained by Ezekiel Lodge, I O B B). Org. 1867. Pres., Charles C. Rubens; Sec, Emil Frank, 86 Park Place, Members, 1150. Affiliated Societies, Ladies' Auxiliary, Members, 500. HEBREW CHILDREN'S SHELTERING HOME, 688 High. Org. 1918. Pres., Mrs. J. Finger; Sec, Mrs. Samuel Straus; Supt., Mrs. Augusta G. Kaufman. Income, $12,000 Inmates, 50. Auxiliary of the United Hebrew Charities. ORANGE

*YOUNG MEN'S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION.

Educ.

Cl

Etta Sevrin.

'MOUNTAIN RIDGE COUNTRY CLUB,

W. Orange.

Pres.,

Felix Fuld; Sec, I. J. Rachlin.

534

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK

PASSAIC T E M P L E EMANUEL, Cor. Hamilton and Jefferson.

Cg. Educ.

Rabbi,

Moses Rosenthal.

HEBREW FREE SCHOOL, 87 Columbia Av.

Org. 1912. Pres., Philip Goldman; Sec, J. J. Krulovitz; Supt., Benj. Shenkman. Members, 500; income $20,000.

PLAINFIELD

Educ.

YOUNG M E N ' S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S H E B R E W ASSOCIATION,

434 W. Front. Pres. Edward Sachan; Sec, Abraham Berman. Members, 609; income, $6670. Cg. WOODRIDGE *JEWISH CONGREGATION. Services: Festivals. Hebrew. School: Classes, 2; Teachers, 1; pupils, 45; sessions weekly, 5. NEW YORK ALBANY

Educ. YOUNG M E N ' S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S H E B R E W ASSOCIATION,

60 Franklin. P. O. Box 4. Org. 1914. Pres., A. P. Lewis; Sec, Benj. Strosberg; Supt., Samuel Rosenberg. Members, 600. BEACON

Cg. *BEACON HEBREW ALLIANCE, Brett St. Auxiliary Society:

Women's Auxiliary. Pres., Sec, Mrs. J. Pomeranz. BINGHAMTON

Educ.

Mrs. Ausher

Bernstein;

*YOUNG M E N ' S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S H E B R E W ASSOCIATION.

Sec, A. Norma Brounstein. BUFFALO

Cg. BETH ABRAHAM OF BUFFALO, 1045 Elmwood Av. Org.

1920. Acting Rabbi-Pres., Joseph Rosenblatt; Sec, H. Fogel. Members, 180; income $1836. Services: Daily. Hebrew. School: Classes, 4; teachers, 1; pupils, 20; sessions weekly, 6.

Cl. MONTEFIORE CLUB, Inc., 417 Delaware Av. Pres., Edw.

H. Altman; Sec, I. M. Hellwitz. Cg.

Members, 300.

CEDARHURST BETH E L (United Community Center of Lawrence, Cedarhurst and Woodmere), Broadway and Locust. Org. 1922. Rabbi, Nathan Blechman. ' Pres., Leon Sanders; Sec, Wm. Tessor. Memers, 75; income, $12,500. Ser-

JEWISH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

535

vices: Sabbath and Festivals, Hebrew and English. School: Classes, 6; teachers, 6; pupils, 130; sessions weekly, 1. Affiliated Society: Sisterhood.

MAMARONECK

Cg.

*JEWISH CONGREGATION, Railroad Av. Pres., J. H. Rosen; Treas., Hyman Margolius.

MIDDLETOWN

YOUNG M E N ' S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION,

Educ.

44 Linden Av. Org. 1923. Pres., Herbert Kravetz; Sec, Ruth Rosenblume. Members, 56; income, $1800. MONTICELLO

Char. HEBREW HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION, Pleasant St. Pres., Mrs.

May S. Kornblum; Sec, Julius Friedman. 400; income, $2000. HEW YORK CITY BROOKLYN, QUEENS and RICHMOND

Cg.

Members,

*CHEVRA TIFERETH ISRAEL, 64th St. and 20th Av. JEWISH CENTER OF KINGS HIGHWAY (Flatbush),

Kings

Highway Av. P.--12th St. Rabbi, Abraham M. Helrle. Pres., N . J . Levin; Sec, A. Gross. Services: Daily. Hebrew. School: Classes, 7; teachers, 4; pupils, 175; sessions weekly, 5.

JAMAICA JEWISH CENTER, N. W. Cor. Amherst and Flushing

Av. Org. 1922. Rabbi, Nathan Lublin. Pres., A. Seril;Sec, A. Rappaport. Members, 285; income, $15,000. Services: Sabbath and Festivals. Hebrew and English. School: Classes, 7; teachers, 7, pupils, 175; sesssions weekly, 5. Affiliated Society: Women's Auxiliary. T E M P L E BETH E L (Rockaway Park). Rabbi, Harry R. Richmond.

*TEMPLE SONS OF JACOB (Woodhaven), Ruby St. and Jerome

Av.

Educ. *FIRST

Pres., B. Saffler; Sec, B. Klupt.

HEBREW SCHOOL OF ASTORIA. Pres., --Eichler;

Sec, E. Levin; Prin., Charles Levin. YESHIBAH OF BENSONHURST, Inc. (Hebrew Institute), 59th near 20th Av. Org. 1923. Pres., Jacob Dunn; Sec, N. M. Gilman. '

YOUNG M E N ' S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION

(Greenpoint), 141 Kent. Org. 1915. Chairman, M. L. Greenberg; Sec, Rose Schoshnaim: Ex. Dir., Sidney Larschae. Members, 1800.

536

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK

YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION, 345--9th. Org.

Char.

1920. Pres., Rose M. Newman; Sec, Yctta Jacobson. Members, 105. COLEL YESHUB AREZ ISRAEL, 300 S. 2d. Org. 1923. Pres., David Frankel; Sec, A. Weinberger. DAUGHTERS OF ZION HEBREW DAY NURSERY, 211 Varet. Org. 1918. Pres., M. Nemerov; Supt., Albert J. Silverman. Members, 2500; income, $10,000. Benefited daily 45. Affiliated Society: Young Folks League.

FIRST INDEPENDENT SICK BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION OF THE ROCKAWAYS, N. Beach 84th Pres., I. Spatz; Sec, I.

Zimmer.

HEBREW DAY NURSERY,

296 Stockton. Pres., Mrs. D. Miller; Sec, M. Shulman. Members, 700; income, S2100. Affiliated Society: New Bessarabia Aid Association. ·HEBREW WOMEN'S AID SOCIETY Org. 1913. Pre?., Mrs. Geo. Barron; Sec, Mrs. J. L. Ehrlich. MANHATTAN and the BRONX

"COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE. Rabbi, Gustav X. Hausman,

Cg.

25 W. 120th.

*JACOB H. SCHIFF MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION CENTER, 2510 JEWISH SCIENCE MOVEMENT,

Valentine Av. Pres., Samuel Berger. 166 W. 73d. Org. 1922. Rabbi, Morris Lichtenstein. Services: English.

Educ.

*SANDITZER AND DEMBITZER CONGREGATION RUBIN B'NAI AARON, 81 Sheriff. *BRONX JEWISH CENTER. Rabbi, Judah Damesek, 820

Elsmere PI.

HEBREW TEACHERS UNION

(Agudath Hamorim) of New York and Vicinity, 114 Fifth Av. Reorg. 1919. Treas., E. Persky; Sec, E. M. Edelstein. HITHAHDUTH ACHIEVER (Jewish Center), 128 Stanton. Org. 1909. Pres., Saul Epstein; Sec, L. Slonimsky. *SCIIOOL FOR TEACHERS, care of Temple Emanuel. 43d and 5th Av. Prin., Abraham N. Franzblau.

*AHAWATH ZION KOLEL SHOMRE HACHOMOS JERUSALEM,

Char.

313 E. 10th. Rabbi Ph. Klein.

Chairman, E. Diamond.

COMMUNITY WORKERS' HOME OF THE N E W YORK GUILD FOR JEWISH BLIND, 172 E. 96th. Org. 1916. Pres., Henry

K. Herman; Sec, Maude E.Wilson. Supt., Mrs. Morris Marx.' Members, 800; income, S10.000 Benefited, 500. Constituent Society of the New York Guild for the Jewish Blind. DEBORAH JEWISH CONSUMPTIVES' RELIEF, 6t> W. 114th. (Sanatorium Brouns Mills in the Pines, N,J.). Org. 1^22.

JEWISH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

FREE SYNAGOGUE CHILD ADOPTION COMMITTEE, 40

537

W.

68th. Org. 1916. Pres., Mrs. Stephen S. Wise; Sec, Miss K. Levin.

HOME FOR CARDIACS (Mineola). Org. 1920. Pres., Mrs.

Louis S. Levy; Sec, Mrs. E. H. Koehler, 18 E. 92ci. Supt., Bess B. Spanner. Members, 332; income $37,000. Benefited, 300. Affiliated with Asso. for the Prevention and Relief of Heart Diseases. *HOME OF OLD ISRAEL, 204 Henry. Pres., Louis Singer.

·HOROWITZ AND MARGARETEN FAMILY ASSOCIATION. Pres.,

Mrs. M. A. Horowitz; Sec, Mrs. Frances J. Berman.

*JULIE HIRSCH KLEIN AID SOCIETY. Pres., Mrs. Julie Klein;

Sec, Mrs. Jennie Rouss.

*MOSHEV Z'KAINIM, E. 10th bet. 1st and 2d Av. M T . SINAI BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION, 24 E. 21st. Org. 1922.

Pres., Nathan Greenberg; Sec, Louis Lieberman. Members, 500; income, $3000. Benefited, 100.

SOCIETY OF THE SUPPORTERS OF THE HOUSE OF SAGES, 135

Cl.

Henry. Org. 1923. Pres., S. Weingarten; Sec, Sam Shulman. Members, 3000; income, $15,000. T H E JUDAEANS. Org. 1897. Pres., Samson Lachman; Sec, Edgar J. Nathan, Jr., 128 Broadway. Members, 225; income, $1000.

MERKAZ CHALUZIM, 50 Delancey. Org. 1923. Pres.,

Benjamin Teller. Sec, Abraham Kirschenbaum. Members, 25. RENANAH, 93 Nassau. Org. 1923. Pres., Pinchos Jassinowsky; Sec, M. Dantzis.

Com. ' L A W Y E R ' S COMMITTEE TO MAINTAIN A DEPARTMENT OF JURISPRUDENCE AT THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN JERU-

SALEM, 5 Columbia Circle. Sec, Max Levy.

*UNITED SINGING ASSOCIATION OF N E W YORK. Pres.--Bei-

mal; Treas., J. Rosenblatt, 50 W. 120th.

MB. "AGUDATH ZEIRE EREZ ISRAEL, 201 K. Bway.

PORT CHESTER

Educ. YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION, N. Main. Pres.,

Joseph L. Bauman; Sec, Arthur Mulwitz. Members, 175; income, $3500. Affiliated Societies: Y. W. H. A., Ladies' of Jewish Community Center. Cg. Cg. POUGHKEEPWSIE *SONS OF ISRAEL, Exchange St. Rabbi, A. Hollander. SARANAC TEMPLE EMANUEL, 18 Broadway. Org. 1923. Pres., Gustav Ahlborn; Sec, S. D. Matthews. Members, 19. Ser-

538

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK vices: Sabbath and Festivals. Heb. and Eng. School: teachers, 1; pupils, 24; sessions daily.

SUFFERN

Cg.

SONS OF ISRAEL OF SUFFERN, N. Y.

Rabbi, N. L. Lehrman.

Pres., D. Osmansky; Sec, Max Thompson. TROY

Char. 'UNITED HEBREW CHARITY ORGANIZATION. Pres., Jacob

Weinstein; Sec, Wm. Lippman. Cg. UTICA SHAAREI TEFILLAH (Corn Hill Synagogue), 1500 Miller. Org. 1924. Pres., Paul Landau; Sec, Morris S. Rosen. Services: Daily. Hebrew. School: teachers, 1; sessions daily. OHIO CINCINNATI

Cg. *BETH JACOB PRICE HILL H E B R E W SCHOOL AND CONGREGATION.

St. Lawrence and Kribert Av. Org. 1917, Pres., Morris Vangerovsky; Sec, Isidor Schwartz. Members 80. Services: Sabbath. Hebrew. School: Classes, 1; teachers, 1; pupils, 60; sessions weekly, 4. *TIFERETH ZION, Burnet Av. and Hickory (Br of Russian Synagogue, Richmond St.). CLEVELAND

Educ. M T . PLEASANT H E B R E W SCHOOL, E. 116th and Union Av.

Org. 1920. Pres., S. Garber; Sec, N". Krause, income, $4320.

Char. *ERETZ ISRAEL COLONIZATION DOLLAR FUND ASSOCIATION,

6837 Cedar Av. Pres., M. Moskovitz; S e c , M. Abramson. ·IMMEDIATE AID SOCIETY. Pres., Mrs. W. P. Yelsky; Treas., Mrs. E. Grossman.

WELFARE ASSOCIATION FOR J E W I S H CHILDREN. Org. 1899;

re-org., 1922. Pres., Max Rosenblum; Sec, Herman S. Goldsmith, Soc. for Savings Bldg. Headworker, Ethel Davis. Members, 700.

Cl. 'AMERICAN CLEVELAND JEWISH JEWISH HUNGARIAN SINGING CLUB. Pres., Morton Av.

Greenbaum; Sec, Helen Balogh.

SOCIETY, 6116 Euclid

Pres., Louis Moskowitz; Sec, Abe Gross; Dir., Chas. De Harract. Members, 45, income, $1000.

Com. Bir. BROTHER MOVEMENT OF CLEVELAND, 1954 E. 82d.

Org. 1922. Pres., Oscar H. Steiner; Sec, Geo. Mayer. Members, 43.

JEWISH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

539

C. J. C. A.--CLEVELAND JEWISH CLUBS ASSOCIATION, 10829

Amor Av. Org. 1924. Pres., Morris Epstein; Sec, M. M. Mayers. Members, 15 clubs. *SHECHITAH BOARD. Chief Rabbi, Benjamin Gittelsohn. Chairman, B. Botwin; Sec, B. Ragozzin. Educ. DAYTON COMMUNITY CENTER, 59 Green. Org. 1923. Pres., Harry Lehman; Sec, Miriam S. Van Baalen. Attending Annually, 2645. Affiliated Societies: Y.M.H.A.; Y.W.H.A. OKLAHOMA DULSA

Educ. TULSA HEBREW SCHOOL ASSOCIATION (Talmud Torah), 627

N. Main. Pres., Bernard M. Bloch; Sec, Jacob H. Bloch. Dir., Morris Teller. Members, 150; income, $4000. PENNSYLVANIA

Educ. FEDERATION OF JEWISH RELIGIOUS SCHOOL TEACHERS OF PENNSYLVANIA AND DELAWARE. Org. 1924. Pres.,

Abraham J. Feldman, Philadelphia, Pa.; Sec, Ira E. Sanders, 245 N. 6th, Allentown, Pa. Cg. *SHARI SHOLOM. Gilber. ALLENTOWN Pres., Maurice

ALTOONA

Endlich;

Sec,

Mrs.--

Char.

SOCIETY FOR THE LINFORTUNATE. Pres., Mrs. Isaiah Scheeline; Sec, Mrs. Sara Goldstine, 2810 Broad Av. BEECHVTEW

*JEWISH MOTHERS' CLUB. Pres., Mrs. A. Zober; S e c , Mrs.

67.

P. L. Holzer, 1603 Belasco Av. BUTLER

Educ. *YOUNG M E N ' S HEBREW ASSOCIATION. Pres., Isadore Brier;

Sec, Morris Brier.

Com.

Educ.

Auxiliary

Society: Y. W. H. A.

Dir., H. Cohen.

CHESTER

COMMUNITY CENTER, 4th and Madison.

DUQUESNE

*YOUNG M E N ' S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION.

Pres., Freda Halpert; Sec, Sadie Klee.

540

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK

EASTON

Educ.

YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION, Ferry and Walnut.

Char.

Pres., Kathryn Ostroff; Sec, Gertrude Potts, 119 N. 7th. Members, 4.0 ELLWOOD H. L. S. C. Org. 1923. Pres., Mrs Barney Cohen; Sec, Mrs. M. Edelman, Park Av. Members, 14. HARRISBURG J. C. C , 1102 N. 3d. Org. 1921. Pres., Irving E. Robinson. Dir., Jacob R. Geoffrey. Members, 600; income, $10,000.

SHELTERING HOME SOCIETY, 1102 N. 3d. Pres., Mrs.

Char.

Hoffman; Sec, Mrs. Arch. LANCASTER

Educ. JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

Members, 250; income, $750.

OF LANCASTER, 48 E. King.

Org. 1923. Pres., Frank J. Rubenstein; Sec, Milton Michaelis. Members, 130; income, $1300. LANSFORD

Educ. *YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION. Pres., Gertrude

Gross. Educ. LOCK HAVEN RELIGIOUS SCHOOL, Cor. Clinton and Commerce. Pres., Morris Claster; Sec, B. Klewans. Members, 45; income, $900. MAHANOY CITY

*YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION, 30 W. Center.

Educ.

Pres., Mrs. Sue Janowitz. NEW CASTLE

Char. Educ. *HEBREW LADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY. Mrs. M. Weinberg,

S. Mercer St.

YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION, 1313 S. Jefferson.

Pres., Essie Grossman. NORRISTOWN

Educ. YOUNG M E N ' S AND YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION,

710 Swede. 250. Cg.

Educ. Char.

Ex. Dir., Joseph M. Weidberg.

Members,

PHILADELPHIA *AHAVAS ACHIM, 18th and Island Rd. Joseph Gross.

*SOUTH PHILADELPHIA HEBREW ASSOCIATION, 310 Catherine

Sec, Simon Melmed.

AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR THE R E L I E F OF JEWISH ORPHANS

IN ROUMANIA, 317 S. 5th. Org. 1923. Sec, L. I. Weintraub. Members, 25.

Pres., M. Jacobs;

JEWISH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

·BUREAU FOR JEWISH CHILDREN.

541

Pres., Joseph Herbach;

Federation of Pres.,

Sec, Aaron Faber.

·CLEARING HOUSE FOR VOLUNTEERS, care of

Jewish Charities, 9th and Pine.

Sylvan Hirsch.

Org. 1921.

COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, 320 S. 9th.

Stanley Folz; Sec, Mrs. Arthur Dannenberg. 20. Attending annually, 5000.

Cl. Com.

Members,

·NORTHERN LIBERTIES HOSPITAL, 7th and Brown. *RYDAL COUNTRY CLUB. Pres., Jay F. Schamberg; Sec,

Mrs. Jesse J. Schamberg.

* MAYER SULZBERGER MEMORIAL FOUNDATION. Pres., David

Phillips; Sec, Louis E. Levinthal. Cg.

Char.

PITTSBURGH *ACHIM CONGREGATION, Penn Av. Pres., S. Rosenfield.

"AMERICAN LADIES' FOREIGN AID SOCIETY, 1851 Center Av.

Pres., Mrs. B. Breskin; Sec, Mrs. Hyman Kuntz, 502 Kirkpatrick.

EZRAS NOSHIM SOCIETY, 6345 Monitor. Org. 1904. Pres.,

Mrs. B. Turets; Sec, Miss N. Levenson. income, $1700. Center Av. Steiner.

Members, 700;

·JEWISH ORPHAN'S AID SOCIETY, care of Zion Inst., 1851

Pres., Mrs. Annie Kaplan; Sec, Mrs. Victor

Pres., Mrs. Henry FinkelAv.,

LADIES' HOSPITAL AID SOCIETY.

pearl, 5325 Forbes; Sec, Mrs. Chas. L. Spandau. Members, 1200.

MORRIS JACK SWISS MEMORIAL FUND, 5511 Stanton

Pres., Hyman Swiss; Sec, I. A. Swiss.

PITTSBURGH BUREAU FOR JEWISH CHILDREN, 503 Washington

Trust Bldg. Org. 1923. Pres., Leo Lehman; Sec, Mrs. Joseph Schutzman; Supt., Amelia Igel. Income, $4000. Benefited, 177.

·PITTSBURGH MUTUAL AID SOCIETY. Org. 1899. Pres.,

Cl.

Nathan Pollock; Sec, Ann Pollack. MERCANTILE CLUB, 5438 Beacon. Org. 1922. Pres., M. Aronson; Sec, Win. M. Lapidus. Members, 184. PORTAGE

RELIGIOUS SCHOOL OF PORTAGE AND SOUTH FORK, Main

, Educ.

St.

Dir., Jacob Secher, Pittsburgh, Pa. Activity of C.

POTTSTOWN

J. W.

Educ. YOUNG M E N ' S HEBREW ASSOCIATION AND LADIES' AUXILIARY,

453 High. Org. 1913. Pres., A. Margulis; Sec, Anna Prince. Members, 60; income $600.

542

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK

POTTSVILLE

Cg.

JEWISH CONGREGATION.

Char.

Educ.

Pres., L. Holstein; Sec, L. Eber, Center St. Members, 100; income $7000. Services: Hebrew. School: Classes, 3; teachers, 1; pupils 45; sessions weekly, 5. OHAVEYZION, 19th. Pres., H. Diamond; Sec, H. Kamenetzky. Members, 75. HACHNOS ORCHIM. Org. 1922. Sec, H. Eber. Center St. Members 100.

YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION. Org. 1923. Pres.,

M. H. Spicker; Sec, Harry O. Hoffman, 20 N. Center. Members, 124; income $1100. SCRANTON

Educ. YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION, 440 Wyoming Av.

Org. 1915. Sec, Lillian Blume. Members, 300; income $1350. Attending annually, 120,000. SHAMOKIN Educ.

*YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION,

Pres., Reba Miller. SHARON

147 E. Independence.

Educ.

*YOUNG M E N ' S HEBREW ASSOCIATION,

24 Vine Av. Sec,

Leon Cohen. SHENANDOAH Educ.

*YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION.

Pres.,

Sadie

Friedband. S. BETHLEHEM Educ.

BRITH SHOLOM COMMUNITY CENTER,

3d and Cherokee. Pres., Aaron Potruch; Sec, Wm. Bornstein. Ex. Sec, Herman Alofsin. Members, 225. Affiliated Society: Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. WILKES BARRE

Cg.

TEMPLE

ISRAEL, South River St. at South. Org. 1922. Rabbi, Louis M. Levitsky. Pres., Leonard Tintner; Sec, Robert Menaker. Members, 140; income, 515,000; Services: Daily. Hebrew.

JEWISH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS RHODE ISLAND

PROVIDENCE

543

Cg.

B E T H ISRAEL, Niagara a n d Atlantic Av. Rabbi, Morris Schussheim. Pres., Louis J. Bachman; Sec., Joshua Bell. Members, 210; income, $15,000 Services: Sabbath and Festivals. Hebrew and English. School: Classes, 6; teachers, 7; pupils, 150; sessions weekly, 3.

*SOUTH PROVIDENCE H E B R E W EDUCATIONAL ALLIANCE, 129

Educ. Char. Com.

Chester.

Pres., Shea Larger; S e c , Joseph Gellerman.

Pres., Mrs. Pres., Mrs. W m . Loeb;

* I N D E P E N D E N T J E W I S H M O T H E R S ' ALLIANCE.

Samuel Korb; S e c , Miss S. Foxman.

*FEDERATED PRESIDENTS' CLUBS.

S e c , Mrs. L. I. Sundlin. SOUTH CAROLINA Cg. FLORENCE BETH ISRAEL, Evans St. Rabbi, S. Raisin, Charleston, S. C. Pres., C. Insel; Members, 19. Services: Once a month, Sunday. English and Hebrew. School: Classes, 4; teachers, 4; pupils, 25; sessions weekly, 1. Affiliated Society: Ladies' Aid. GREENVILLE

Cg. CHILDREN OF ISRAEL, 114 S. Lawrence. Org. 1914. Pres.,

Lee Rothschild; S e c , Lina Gruber. Members, 16. Services: Sabbath eve. Hebrew and English. School: Classes, 4; teachers, 4 ; pupils, 22; sessions weekly, 1. Cg. ORANGEBURG ""CHILDREN OF ISRAEL. Pres., Henry Cohen; S e c , Philip Levy- Members, 20. TENNESSEE CHATTANOOGA

Educ. YOUNG W O M E N ' S H E B R E W ASSOCIATION, 524 Cherry. Pres.,

Mrs. Harry Winer; S e c , Rose Winer. income, $1200. KNOXVILLE

Char. * D A U G H T E R S OF ISRAEL A I D SOCIETY. Org.

Members, 80;

1911.

Pres.,

Mrs. Sam Brody; S e c , Mrs. George Gourse.

Cl. PROGRESSIVE CLUB. Org. 1922. Pres., Ben. R. Winick;

S e c , Dewey Reich, W. Vine Av.

Members, 125.

544

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK TEXAS

Char.

EL PASO *JKWISH WOMEN'S RELIEF SOCIETY, care of Community Hall

of Temple Mt. Sinai. Org. 1894. Pros., Mrs. Fannie Zlabovsky; Sec, Mrs. Abe Levy. *WILLING WORKERS. Org. 1910. Pres., Mrs. Fannie Zlabovsky; Sec, Mrs. Raye Goodman. FORT WORTH

Ed tie Char. *YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION, 809 Taylor. Pres.,

Mrs. Irene Marshall.

*FORT WORTH HEBREW MUTUAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION.

Pres., Sam Breacher; Sec, Max Herman. Cl. HOUSTON l.vicos CLUB, 336 Rice Hotel. Pres., Max O. Juran; Sec, A. R. Himmel. Members, 27. LAREDO

Cg. *JEWISH CONGREGATION. Pres., Sol. Rubenstein; Sec,

Albert Granoff. SAN ANTONIO

Char. JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICE FEDERATION, care of Temple Beth El,

Cor. Jefferson and Train. Org. 1924. Pres., F. G. Oppenheimer; Sec, Hannah Hirschberg. Members. 421. income, $20,000.

WASHINGTON

WENATCHEE

Com. 'SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF JUDAISM. Pres., Julius

Weinstein; Sec, Mrs. Ben Marshack. WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON

Char. *HEUREW LADIES' AID SOCIETY. Pres.. Mrs. Louis Aaron;

Sec, Mrs. L. K. London. WISCONSIN KENOSHA BETH HILLEL, 301 Main. Pres.. A. L. Paradise; Sec. Mrs. J. Gottlieb. Members, 48; income, S3000. Sen-ices: Weekly. English ;md Hebrew.

Cg.

JEWISH LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

Educ. YOVKG M E N ' S HEBREW ASSOCIATION, 305 Main.

545

Org. 1922.

Pres., J. D. Rosenblum; Sec, Jack Nussbaum. 50; income, $1200. MADISON

Educ.

Members,

PALESTINE BUILDERS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN,

1214 W. Dayton. Org. 1916. Pres., Charles A. Lepkovsky; Sec, Milton Goldman. Members, 29. MILWAUKEE

Educ. TALMUD TORAH ASSOCIATION. Org. 1924. Pres., Morris

Stern; Sec, Kurt Peiser, 1002 N. Av.; Prin., Mordecai Grossman. Members, 350; income, $10,000.

Char. GREENWOOD CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, 415 Pereles Bldg.

Org. 1872. Pres., Max Breslauer; Sec, Mrs. Meta T. Baum. Supt., Peter Larson.

*SARAH SISTERS KRANKEN UNTERSTUETZUNGS VEREIN. Org.

1914.

67.

Pres., Mrs. Rose Kaplan; Sec, Mrs. Clara Cohen.

JEWISH WOMEN'S CLUBS, 455 Kenwood

*SOCIETY FOR THE CARE OF DEPENDENT JEWISH CHILDREN.

Pres., Mrs. G. Eisler; Sec, Mrs. H. Goodsitt.

FEDERATION of

Blvd. Pres., Mrs. R. S. Ruscha; Sec, Mrs. Burt Browde. Members, 600; income, $600.

Cem. GREENWOOD CEMETERY, 1035 Cleveland Av.

Cg.

RACINE *BETH ISRAEL, 929 S. Main. Rabbi, Samuel Spivak. Pres., J. Jacobson; Sec, I. Krashnow.

545

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STATEMENT SHOWING FUNDS APPROPRIATED FOR THE RELIEF OF JEWISH WAR SUFFERERS

Country Abyssinia Alexandria (Egypt) Algiers, Tunis & Morocco (refugees) Austria & Hungary (prior 1920) Austria Baltic Provinces Belgium Bulgaria Bulgaria & Occupied Serbia (prior 1920) Canada (refugees) Central Europe Cuba (refugees) Czecho-Slovakia Danzig (refugees) Denmark (refugees) Esthonia (refugees) France (refugees) Germany Greece, Turkey, Serbia, Syria (prior 1920) . . Greece Holland (refugees) Hungary Old Hungary (Cultural) Italy Jugo-Slavia (refugees) Latvia Lithuania Mexico Palestine Persia Poland, Lithuania, Kurland (prior 1920). . . . Poland Roumania Russia (prior 1920) Russia & Ukraine Serbia Siberia (refugees, war prisoners) Spain Switzerland (refugees) Switzerland (Tubercular children & students) Syria Turkey Japan (Yokohama, refugees & Kobe) Contributions for relief distribution in co-operation with various organizations, viz; A. R. C , O. R. T., Ezrath Torah, O. Z. E., I. C. A., and the American Reconstruction Foundation, etc

Totals.

Amounts appropriated Calendar Year 1923 $5,000.00

Amounts appropriated since inception of Committee, November, 1914 $19,500.00 58,851.55 9,000.00 2.984,091.10 1,070,635.45 66,026.08 2,500.00 8,261.48 26,600.00 5,000 00 388,451.53 22,869.36 665,374.67 10,012.25 3,135.18 1,757.89 27,714.52 846,151.42 1,376,649.34 62,003.38 92,115.70 599,279.79 45,000.00 30,248.99 35,000.00 390,405.29 694,772.06 100.00 7,423,893.19 38,756.26 12,228,363.03 8,809,693.32 2,462,041.90 4,012,104.50 9,268,742.56 293,82 497,813.58 18,000.00 37,281.77 250,000.00 49,956.34 748,592.69 127,002.50

81,972.21

" 6,666.66

815.49 272,582.04 1,500 00 3,000.00 595,700.00 33,000.00 31,056.18 25,000.00 250.00 158,992.15 347,662.93 1,236,702.94 1,528,587.16 217,508.09 2,548,873.15 87.50

50,000.00 231,983.27 2,000.00

1,731,523.01 $9,109,796.12

2,121,282.21 $57,635,324.70

·Refunded.

550

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK JEWISH PERIODICALS APPEARING IN THE UNITED STATES

[NOTE.--* indicates that revised data were not furnished upon request)

* AKRON HEBREW REVIEW. 21-29 W. Market, Akron, O. Weekly. Est. 1921. LA AMERICA. 5 Rivington, New York City. Judeo-Spanish. Weekly. Est. 1910. THE AMERICAN HEBREW. 19 W. 44th, New York City. Weekly. Est. 1879. T H E AMERICAN ISRAELITE. N. W. cor. 7th and Elm, Cincinnati, O. Weekly. Est. 1854. T H E AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD. Tribune Annex Building, Minneapolis, Minn. Weekly. Est. 1912 as "The Jewish Weekly." DER AMERIKANER (The American). 77 Bowery, New York City. Yiddish. Weekly. Est. 1904. APIRYON. 2 Palisade Av., Flagg Bldg., Yonkers, N. Y. Hebrew. Monthly. Est. 1923. *ATLANTIC WEEKLY. 1923 Atlantic Av., Atlantic City, N. J. Yiddish and English. Weekly. Est. 1922.

B'NAI B'RITH MESSENGER.

2d and Hill, Los Angeles, Cal. Weekly.

Est. 1896.

B'NAI B'RITH NEWS. 7 S. Dearborn, Chicago, 111. Monthly. Fst. 1908.

T H E BOSTON JEWISH AMERICAN.

Boston, Mass. Yiddish.

Weekly.

Est. 1908.

BROOKLYN BROWNSVILLE POST. 1776 Pitkin Av., Brooklyn, N. Y. Yiddish. Weekly. Est. 1909. T BROOKLYN JEWISH CHRONICLE. 44 Court, Brooklyn, N . Y. Weekly, Est. 1922. THE

* T H E BUFFALO JEWISH REVIEW.

52 W. Chippewa, Buffalo,

N. Y.

Est. 1912 as "The American Jewish Review." BULLETIN OF THE JEWISH TELEGRAPHIC AGENCY. 132 Nassau. New York City. Daily. Est. 1919.

Weekly.

JEWISH PERIODICALS

CALIFORNIA JEWISH REVIEW.

551

Angeles, Cal. Daily. 1918.

Weekly.

145 S. Spring, 409 Bryson Bldg., Los Est. 1921.

605 E. 4th, Los Angeles, Cal. Yiddish.

CALIFORNIA JEWISH STAR.

Est. 1923.

115 S. Dearborn, Chicago, 111. Weekly. Est.

CHICAGO CHRONICLE.

T H E CHICAGO ISRAELITE.

116 S. Michigan Av., Chicago, 111. Weekly.

Est. 1854.

T H E CHICAGO JEWISH DAILY FORWARD.

1128 Blue Island Av., Chicago, 251 Causeway, Boston, Mass.,

Yiddish.

111. Yiddish. Daily. Est. 1919.

T H E CONNECTICUT HEBREW RECORD.

Weekly. Est. 1919.

T H E DAILY JEWISH CALL. 1107 S. Halsted, Chicago, 111.

Daily. Est. 1900 as "Der Taeglicher Yiddisher Kol." T H E DAILY JEWISH COURIER (Der Taeglicher Juedischer Courier). 1214S. Halsted, Chicago, 111. Yiddish. Daily. Est. 1887. THE DAY. 183 E. Broadway, New York City. Yiddish. Daily. Amalgamation of "The Day" (Der Tog), Est. 1914, and "The Warheit" (The Truth), Est. 1905. DENVER JEWISH NEWS. 1328 Lawrence, Denver, Colo. Weekly. Est. 1915. T H E DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE. 850 High, W., Detroit, Mich. Weekly. Est. 1916.

EMANU-EL. FAR'NFOLK.

Clunie Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. Weekly.

Est. 1895.

249 E. Broadway, New York City. Yiddish. Bi-monthly. 73 Canal. New York City. Yiddish. Monthly. Yiddish. Monthly.

Est. 1923.

FRAYE YUGEND.

Est. 1923.

D I E FEDER.

235 Second Av., New York City.

Est. 1919. (Free Voice of Labor). 48 Canal, New York City. Yiddish. Weekly. Est. 1899. FREIHEIT. 47 Chrystie, New York City. Yiddish. Daily. Est. 1922.

D I E FREIE ARBEITER STIMME

552

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK

DER GROSSER KUNDES

(The Big Stick). 177 E. Broadway, New York City. Yiddish. Weekly. Est. 1909. 96 Fifth

AV.,

MADOAR.

New York City. Hebrew. Weekly. Est. 1921.

IIAJARDKN. (>55 Manhattan AV., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hebrew. Monthly. 1919.

HATOREN.

114 Fifth Av., New York City. Hebrew. Monthly. Est. 48 Canal, New York City.

1913.

*IN SICH.

Yiddish. Monthly. Est. 1922. THE INDIANA JEWISH CHRONICLE. 408 National City Bank BIdg., Indianapolis, Ind. Weekly. Est. 1921. THE JEWISH ADVOCATE. 251 Causeway, Boston, Mass. Weekly. E«t. 1897. THE JEWISH CENTER, 352 Fourth Av., New York City. Quarterly. Est. 1922. Issued by the Jewish Welfare Board.

THE JEWISH CHRONICLE. 156 Central Av, Newark, N. J. Weekly.

Est. 1921.

THE JEWISH CRITERION.

507 Oliver BIdg., Pittsburgh, Pa. Weekly.

Est. 1895.

THE JEWISH DAILY NEWS

New York City.

THE JEWISH

(Yiddishes Tageblatt). 187 E. Broadway, Yiddish and English. Daily. Est. 1885. EXPONENT. 608 Chestnut, Philadelphia, Pa. Weekly. 2000 Broadway. New York City. Monthly.

Est. 1886.

THE JEWISH FORUM.

Est. 1918. (Die Yiddishe Gazetten). 187 E. Broadway, New York City. Yiddish and English. Weekly. Est. 1874. Weekly edition of "The Jewish Daily News." THE JEWISH INDEPENDENT. 1825 E. 18th, Cleveland, Ohio. Weekly. Est. 1906. JEWISH LEAPKK. 3 Tremont Row, Boston, Mass. Yiddish. Weekly. Est. 1923. THE JEWISH LEDGER. 938 Lafayette, New Orleans, La. Weekly. Est. 1895.

THE JEWISH GAZETTE

JEWISH PERIODICALS

* T H E JEWISH MONITOR AND JEWISH WEEKLY,

553 287 W. 10th, Fort

Weekly. Est. 1914. (Der Morgen Journal). 77 Bowery, New York City. Yiddish. Daily. Est. 1901. JEWISH MUSICAL WORLD AND THEATRE MAGAZINE. 5 Beekman, New York City. Yiddish. Monthly. Est. 1923. JEWISH PRESS. 482 Brandeis Theatre Bldg., Omaha, Neb. Weekly. Est. 1920. T H E JEWISH PRESS. 827 Walnut, Milwaukee, Wis. Yiddish and English. Weekly. Est. 1919. T H E JEWTSH QUARTERLY REVIEW. S. E. cor. Broad and York, Philadelphia, Pa. New Series. Est. 1910.

THE JEWISH MORNING JOURNAL Published by the Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning.

Worth, Texas.

English.

(Der Yiddisher Record). 1127 Blue Island Av., Chicago, 111. Yiddish. Weekly. Est. 1909. T H E JEWISH RECORD. 907 N. 11th., St. Louis, Mo. Yiddish and English. Weekly. Est. 1913. T H E JEWISH REVIEW. 906 Union Trust Bldg., Providence, R. I. Weekly. Est. 1920. T H E JEWISH REVIEW AND OBSERVER. 1150 W. 3d., Cleveland, Ohio. Weekly. Est. 1888.

T H E JEWISH RECORD JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICE QUARTERLY.

114 Fifth Av., New York City.

Quarterly.

Est. 1924.

THE JEWISH SPECTATOR. 405 American Express Bldg., Memphis, Tenn. Weekly. Est. 1885.

THE JEWISH TIMES.

233 Equitable Bldg., Baltimore, Md. Weekly. 50 Main, San Francisco, Cal.

Est. 1919.

T H E JEWISH TIMES AND OBSERVER.

Weekly.

Est. 1855.

T H E JEWISH TRIBUNE AND HEBREW STANDARD.

Marbridge Bldg., 1328 Broadway, New York City. Weekly. Est. 1902 at Portland, Ore., moved to New York City, 1919, amalgamated with Hebrew Standard, 1922.

554

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK

806 Morgan, St. Louis, MO. Weekly. Est. 1879.

T H E JEWISH VOICE.

T H E JEWISH VOICE.

325 Yesler Way, Seattle, Wash.

Weekly. Est.

1915. 508 Grant, Pittsburgh, Pa. Yiddish and Weekly. Eat. 1889; Reorg., 1921. JEWISH WOMKN. 305 \V. 98th. New York City. Quarterly. Est. 1921. Organ of National Council of Jewish Women. THE JEWISH WORLD. 1267 Golden Gate Av., Saa Francisco, Cal. Yiddish arfd English. Daily. Est. 1921. THB JEWISH WORLD. 50th and Woodland, Cleveland, Ohio. Yiddish. Daily. Est. 1908.

T H E JEWISH VOLKSFREUND.

English.

THE JEWISH WORLD.

233 S. 5th, Philadelphia,

Pa.

Yiddish and

English. Daily. Est. 1914.

T H E KANSAS CITY JEWISH CHRONICLE.

304 W. 10th, Kansas City, Yiddish

Mo. Weekly. Est. 1920.

KINDER JOURNAL.

Monthly.

1387 Washington Av., New York City. Est. 1920.

(Yiddische Licht). 54 Canal, New York City. Yiddish and English. Weekly. Est. 1923. M ' K E R E N ZOVITH. 665 Wilkins, Detroit, Mich. Hebrew. Annual. Est. 1921. MENORAH JOURNAL. 167 W. 13th, New York City. Bi-monthly. Est. 1915.

LIGHT OF ISRAEL. Published by the Intercollegiate Menorah Association. DER MILWAUKER WOCHENBLATT (The Milwaukee Weekly). 827 Walnut, Milwaukee, Wis. Yiddish and English. Weekly. Est. 1914.

THE MODERN VIEW.

THE NEW PALESTINE.

210 Olive, St. Louis, Mo. Weekly.

114 5th Av., N. Y. C. Weekly.

Est. 1901.

Est. 1921.

Successor to The Maccabean, Est. 1901.

Organ of the Zionist Organization of America.

OHIO JEWISH CHRONICLE.

508 Schultz Bldg., Columbus, O. Weekly.

Est. 1920.

JEWISH PERIODICALS

PHILADELPHIA JEWISH CHRONICLE.

555

215 S. 57th, Philadelphia. Pa.

Weekly. 1891.

Est. 1922. 7 S. Dearborn, Chicago, 111. Weekly. Est.

T H E REFORM ADVOCATE. SATURDAY POST.

638-6th Av., N., Minneapolis, Minn. Yiddish. Weekly. Est. 1921. T H E SCRIBE. 715 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Portland, Ore. Weekly. Est. 1919. T H E SENTINEL. 116-124 S. Clinton, Chicago, 111. Weekly. Est. 1910. SHRIFTEN (Writings). 425 Lafayette, New Yoi& City. Quarterly. Est. 1912. SOUTHWESTERN ZIONIST REVIEW. 1006J4 Houston, Fort Worth, Tex. monthly. Est. 1924. SPRINGFIELD HEBREW RECORD, 251 Causeway, Boston, Mass. Weekly. Est. 1923.

STARK COUNTY JEWISH NEWS. 2O7-12th St., N. W.F Canton, 0.

Bi-monthly. Est. 1921.

SUMMARY OF EVENTS OF JEWISH INTEREST.

114 Fifth Av., New York

City. Monthly. Est. 1921.

Issued by the Bureau of Jewish Social Research. * T H E TALMUD MAGAZINE.

Park Square, Boston, Mass.

Monthly.

Est. 1921. 1210^ Congress St., Houston, Texas. Weekly. Est. 1908 as "The Jewish Herald." THEALIT. 425 Lafayette, New York City. Yiddish. Monthly. Est. 1923. T H E TOLEDO ISRAELITE. 1205 Ohio Bldg., Toledo, Ohio. Weekly. Est. 1915.

TEXAS JEWISH HERALD. * T H E TRUMPET.

314 Summit Av., Schenectady, N. Y. Monthly. Merchants Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio. Quarterly.

Est. 1922.

UNION TIDINGS.

Est. 1919.

Published by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.

556

AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK

UNITED SYNAGOGUE RECORDER.

Union Bldg., Newark, N. J. Quarterly. Est. 1921. Orgai. of the United Synagogue of America and the Women's League. Yiddish. (Jewish Daily Forward). 175 E. Broadway, New York City. Daily. Est. 1897. 366 Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wis. Yiddish. Monthly.

VORWAERTS

WISCONSIN JEWISH CHRONICLE.

Weekly. Est. 1920. Dos WORT. 175 E. Broadway, New York City. Est. 1921.

* YIDDISH WOCHENBI/ATT. 285-289 W. 10th, Fort Worth, Texas. YiddishWeekly. Est. 1921. Dos YIDDISHE Est. 1909.

FOLK.

114 Fifth Av., New York City. Yiddish. Weekly.

Yiddish Organ of the Zionist Organization of America. YIDDISHER ARBEITER.

133 Second Av., New York City.

(UNION HOME STUDY

Yiddish.

Weekly

YOUNG

Est. 1923.

ISRAEL. Formerly the MAGAZINE).

Merchants Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio. Monthly.

D I E ZUKUNFT

Est. 1913.

Published by the Department of Synagogue and School Extension. Union of American Hebrew Congregations.

(The Future). 175 E. Broadway, New York CLty. Yiddish. Monthly. Est. 1895.

JEWISH MEMBERS OF THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES

PAST

ANSORGE, MILTON C , 1882. Rep. from N. Y., 1921-1922. BENJAMIN, JUDAH PHILIP, 1812-1884. Sen. from La., 1853-1861. CANTOR, JACOB A., 1854-1920. Rep. from N. Y., 1913-1915. EINSTEIN, EDWIN, 1842-1906. Rep. from N. Y., 1879-1881. EMERICH, MARTIN, 1847-1922. Rep. from 111., 1903-1907. FISCHER ISRAEL F., 1858. Rep. from N. Y., 1895-1899. FRANK, NATHAN, 1852. Rep. from Mo., 1889-1891. GOLDFOGLE, HENRY M., 1856. Rep. from N. Y., 1901-1915, 1919-

1921.

GOLDZIER, JULIUS, 1854. Rep. from 111., 1893-1895. GUGGENHEIM, SIMON, 1867. Sen. from Colo., 1907-1913. HART, EMANUEL B., 1809-1897. Rep. from N. Y., 1851-1853. HOUSEMAN, JULIUS, 1832-1891. Rep. from Mich., 1883-1885. JONAS, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, 1834-1911. Sen. from La., 1879-1885. KRAUSS, MILTON, 1866. Rep. from 111., 1917-1922. LESSLER, MONTAGUE, 1869. Rep. from N. Y., 1902-1903. LEVIN, LEWIS CHARLES, 1808-1860. Rep. from Pa., 1845-1851. LEVY, DAVID. See YULEE, DAVID LEVY. LEVY, JEFFERSON MONROE, 1852-1924. Rep. from N. Y., 1899-1901,

1911-1915.

LITTAUER, Lucius NATHAN, 1859. Rep. from N. Y., 1907-1897. LONDON, MEYER, 1871' . Rep. from N. Y., 1915-1917, 1921-1923. ·MARX, SAMUEL, 1867-1922. Rep. from N. Y., 1922. MAY, MITCHELL, 1871. Rep. from N. Y., 1899-1901. MEYER, ADOLPH, 1842-1908. Rep. from La., 1891-1908. MORSE, LEOPOLD, 1831-1892. Rep. from Mass., 1877-1885; 1887-1889. PHILLIPS, HENRY MYER, 1811-1884. Rep. from Pa., 1857-1859. PHILLIPS, PHILIP, 1807-1884. Rep. from Ala., 1853-1855. PULITZER, JOSEPH, 1847-1911. Rep. from N. Y., 1885-1886. RAYNER, ISADOR, 1850--1912. Rep. from Md., 1887--1895. Sen. from

Md., 1905--1912. * Died before taking his seat.

55X

A M E R I C A N J E W I S H Y E A R BOOK Rep. from N . Y., 1921--1922.

ROSSDALE, ALBERT B., 1878--

SIEGEL, ISAAC, 1*80SIMON, J O S E P H , 1851-

. R e p . from X. Y., 1915-1922. . Sen. from Ore., 1897-1903.

STRAUS, IsrooR, 1845-1912. Rep. from X. Y., 1894-1895. STROUSE, MYER, 1825-1878. Rep. from Pa., 1863-1867.

VOLK, LESTER DAVID, 1384. Rep. from X. Y., 1921-1923. W O L F , HARRY B., 1880. R e p . from Md.. 1907-1909. Y O L E E , DAVID LEVY, 1811-1886. Del. from Fla., 1841-1845. Sen. from

Fla., 1845-1851, 1855-1861. PRESENT

( M E M B E R S OF T H E S I X T Y - E I G H T H CONGRESS)

BACHRACH, ISAAC, Republican, Representative, Atlantic City, 1915-- BERGER, VICTOR, Socialist, Representative, Milwaukee, 1 9 2 3 BLOOM, SOL., Democrat, Representative, New York City, 1923CELLER, EMA>L T EL, Democrat, Representative, New York City, 1923DICKSTEIN, SAMUEL, Democrat, Representative, New York City, 1923JACOBSTEIN, M E Y E R , Democrat, Representative, Rochester,1923K A H N , J U L I U S , Republican, Representative, San Francisco, 1889-1902, 1905PERLMAN, NATHANIEL D., Republican, Representative, New York City, 1921ROSENBLOOM, B . L., Republican, Representative, Wheeling, 1921-- SABATH, ADOLPH J., Democrat, Representative, Chicago, 1907-

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