Cincinnati, O. (Oct. 31)
The Executive Board of the Central Conference of American Rabbis met here this week. The board chose Providence. R. I. as the next meeting place of the Central Conference on June 25.
A study group insurance for members was authorized by the board. A resolution of protest against the Palestine outbreak was adopted. The board reiterated its stand against dividing boy scouts into religious groups. Renewal of the Lucius N. Littauer gift of $5,000 for educational undertakings was announced.
The members present at the meeting were: Dr. David Philipson, Cincinnati. Honorary President; David Lefkowitz, Dallas, President; Morris Newfield, Birmingham. Vice-President; Felix A. Levy, Chicago, Treasurer: Isaac E. Marcuson, Macon, Ga. Recording Secretary; James G. Heller, Cincinnati, Corresponding Secretary; David Alexander. Akron; Dr Leo M. Franklin, Detroit; Dr. Solomon B. Freehof, Chicago; Samuel M. Gup, Providence; Eugene Mannheimer. Des Moines; Dr. Edward N. Calisch, Richmond, Va.; Dr. H. G. Enelow, New York, Dr. G. Fox, Chicago; Solomon Landman, Madison, Wis.
Bellefaire, the new Jewish Orphan Home group in the suburbs of Cleveland, established at a most of $1,500,000. with funds raised in a campaign in Districts Numbers 2 and 6 of the Independent Order of the B’nai B’rith, will be dedicated on Sunday, November 3rd.