The Rabbinical Assembly of America in whose membership there are about 200 Conservative Rabbis, will have its annual convention at Tannersville, New York, on July 7, 8 and 9. The subjects that will be taken up at the convention are “The Community Federation and Jewish Religious Work,” “The Community Center and the Synagogue,” “A Federation for the Support of Jewish Religious Organizations,” “The Relations of the Jewish to the Non-Jewish Community.”
Among the speakers will be: Dr. Solomon Lowenstein, director of the New York Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies; Dr. A. A. Neuman and Ben Rosen, director of the Philadelphia Associated Talmud Torahs; Rabbi Eugene Kohn and Rabbi Leon S. Lang of Newark, and Rabbi Max Kadushin.
Over 150 rabbis are expected to attend, according to Rabbi Israel M. Goldman, chairman of the convention committee, and Dr. Louis Finkelstein, president of the Assembly.