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Baltimore Congregation Celebrates 35th Anniversary of Rabbi Rosenau

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(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

The thirty-fifth anniversary of Dr. William Resenau’s service as rabbi of Oheb Shalom Congregation was celebrated at the Eutaw Place Temple last night.

Dr. Rosenau came to Eutaw Place Temple in September. 1892, from Omaha, where he had served as a rabbi following his ordination at the Hebrew Union College. Cincinnati, in 1889.

He is also associate professor of post-biblical Hebrew at the John Hopkins University, where he has taught since 1900. He is a member of the board of governors of the Hebrew Union College and of the Commission on Jewish Education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. From 1915 to 1917 he was president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis.

Dr. Rosenau is the author of a number of books and many papers on theological, ethical and scientific subjects. He is new traveling in Europe.


Dr. Samuel Buchler was acquitted Wednesday of a charge of perjury in the United States District Court. The jurors deliberated less than three hours.

Dr. Buchler was brought to trial charged with having denied to the Federal Grand Jury that he was associated in business with Harry Klemas, now serving a three years term in Atlanta Penitentiary for his activities in the “Crippled Children’s Relief Society.”

In his charge to the jury. Judge Anderson scored those who collected money through fraudulent charity campaigns. It was understood that he referred to James R. Klemas and Joseph Propper, government witnesses at the trial, who are now serving sentences in Atlanta penitentiary for their connection with the Crippled Children’s Relief Association, a fake institution.

With the reading of the verdict a joyful demonstration was staged by a score of friends and relatives who gathered around Dr. Buchler.

## for a ## school building for the Ohey Sholem congregation. Williamsport. Pa. are nearing completion and the contract for the construction is expected to be let within the next few weeks.

The School building will be a two story brick structure which will be elected on the plot in the rear of the synagogue. It will also serve as social center for the congregation. About 50 students are expected to attend the daily clases which will be held after the regular public school hours.

The erection of the new school and social center will give Williamsport two Jewish community centers, the other being that of the congregation of the Temple Both Hasholem.

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