Baltimore, Md. (Oct. 18)
(Jewish Daily Bulletin)
Clergymen of various denominations in Baltimore took part in a discussion of a proposed civil-marriage bill Wednesday afternoon at the office of Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron, of the Madison Avenue Temple. The meeting was called by Seymour Phillips, member of the Maryland Legislature and an advocate of the civilmarriage ceremony.
According to Mr. Phillips nothing definite was decided but it was the first step in a campaign to “educate” the people of Maryland in support of the bill.
In addition to Rabbi Lazaron, the meeting was attended by the Rev. Dr. Peter Ainslie, pastor of the Christian Temple: the Rev. Dr. Hugh Birckhead, rector of Emanuel Protestant Episcopal Church; the Rev. Kingman A. Handy, pastor of Miller Memorial Baptist Church, and the Rev. Daniel G. Mack, pastor of the Macedonia Baptist Church.
A three-day celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the congregation of the Eutaw Place Temple, Oheb Shalom Congregation, will begin with services Friday night. October 19, at the temple. Several out-of-town rabbis will take part in the program.
Rabbi William Rosenau, of the Temple, will deliver the introductory address and will unveil a tablet. Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron, of the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, will speak for the other synagogues in the city. Rabbi H. G. Enelow, of Temple Emanu-El. New York, and President of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, will deliver the anniversary address.
In addition to regular services Saturday morning. Rabbi Simon Cohen, of New York, will give an address and Rabbi Sidney Tedesche, of New Haven. Conn., will preach.
Sunday morning the young people of the religious school will join with the congregation and take part in the services. Var## phases of synagogue work and intiuence will be discussed by Rabbi Bernard J. Bamberger, of Lafayette. Ind: Rabbi Daniel L. Davis, of Lancaster, Pa., and Rabbi William F. Rosenblum, of Washington.
A congregational dinner is planned for Sunday night at the Southern Hotel, with A. I. Weinberg as toastmaster. The past, present and future work of the congregation will be the topic of discussion.