New York Jewish Farmers Hold Harvest Fete

(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

The seventh annual harvest festival of the Jewish farmers of New York State was held here today. Farmers from Ulster, Sullivan and adjoining counties assembled to take part in the harvest celebration.

The outsanding address of the day was made by Louis Marshall. Adresses were also delivered by Gabriel Davidson, general manager of the Jewish Agricultural Society, William D. Cunningham, former Judge of the Court of Claims, and Rabbi J. L. Hahn of New York City. At the conclusion of the meeting. Mr. Davidson presented the Jewish Agricultural Society’s prizes, awarded for meritorious work in agriculture and in farm sanitation.

A Hebrew Teachers Training School for Girls is to be established by the Women’s Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, for the purpose of training teachers for Orthodox religious schools, according to an announcement made by Mrs. Herbert S. Goldstein, President. The School, which will meet at the Kehillath Jeshurun Synagogue, 117 East ##th Street, New York, will open on October 29th.

It will be under the supervision of the National Board of Jewish Education of The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America of which Dr. Moses Seidel, Supervisor of the Board of Jewish Education. Baltimore. Md. is the Chairman.

Registration takes place between October 13 and 24 on Monday and Wednesday evenings 8.00-9.30. Sundays from 3.00-5.00, at the Synagogue.

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