Jewish Consumptives’ Relief Society Opens 23rd Annual Convention

(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

With over 300 delegates representing its contributors throughout the country attending, the Jewish Consumptives’ Relief Society of Denver, will open its twenty-third annual convention here tomorrow.

The convention is in the nature of a celebration as the progress of the Society was recounted from its establishment with an initial fund of $1.10 to its present institution representing an investment of nearly $2,500,000.

Among the speakers will be Prof. Allan K. Krause of Johns Hopkins University, tuberculosis expert, who will read a paper on “The Jew and Tuberculosis”; Dr. Philip Hillkowitz, president of the Society, and Dr. C. D. Spivak, secretary.

Rabbi Nathan Krass of Temple Emanu-El, New York, will be the principal speaker at the convention banquet.

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