Cincinnati, O. (Oct. 28)
(Jewish Daily Bulletin)
Whether the Central Conference of American Rabbis will hold its next convention in St. Louis during April, 1928, or in Chicago during June, is to be decided by the members of the conference in an election to be conducted through the mails. The decision was made by the executive board of the conference which concluded its annual meeting here yesterday. The election will begin within the next few weeks.
The board gave permission to Rabbi H. G. Enelow, of New York, president of the Central Conference, to appoint representatives of the conference to attend the biennial meeting of the World Union for Progressive Judaism next summer in Berlin.
The officers of the conference atreading the meeting included Rabbi Enelow. Rabbi David ##, of New Orleans, Vice President Rabbi Morris Newfield, of Birmingham, Ala, Treasurer and Rabbi J. E. Marcoson, of Macon Ga., Secretary.