I. O. B. B. District Concludes Sessoions at Akron
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I. O. B. B. District Concludes Sessoions at Akron

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The seventy-seventh annual convention of District Grand Lodge No. 2 of the Independent Order B’nai B’rith concluded its sessions yesterday at the Portage Hotel here with the election of the following officers: President, Samuel I. Sievers of St. Louis: First Vice-President, Leonard H. Freiberg. Cincinnati; Second Vice-President, Simon J. Heller. Denver: Secretary, Leonard H. Freiberg. Cincinnati: Treasurer, William Ornstein. Cincinnati.

Delegates designated to the Constitution Grand Lodge to be held at Cincinnnati, 1930, were Alfred M. Cohen, Cincinnati. O.; Louis Grossman. Louisville, Ky.: Alfred E. Benesch, Max E. Meisel. Cleveland, O.: Emil Mayer, Harry Simon. Carl M. Vetsburg. A. F. Frey, Joseph Stampfer. Julius E. Lebman. St. Louis. Mo.: Sidney G. Kusworm. Dayton, O.; Isidore Feibleman. Louis J. Borinstein, Indianapolis: E. J. Shanfarber, Columbus; Samuel Hassenbusch, St. Joseph. Mo.: Morris Abeles, Leavenworth, Kans.; Arthur F. Friedman and David E. Harlem, Denver; Lou M. Frank. Harry Levison. Toledo; Ben M. Achtenberg, Phil Schier, Kansas City. Mo.; J. J. Friedland, Youngstown. O.; Leopold Sanders, Pueblo, Colo.; Henry D. Fuerst. Akron. O.; Dr. Wm. Feder, Gary, Ind.

A report on national and international questions was presented by Rabbi Myron M. Meyer of St. Joseph, Mo. He referred favorably to the non-Zionistic conference and requested that the district continue to give its support for the up-building of Palestine. He also spoke of the national conference of the United Jewish Campaign, and of the World Congress of Jewish Women in Hamburg. The convention accepted the invitation of the Louisvlle Lodge to hold its next session in that city.

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