At the Annual Meeting of the Brooklyn Jewish Center, Joseph M. Schwartz was elected the new President of the institution, succeeding Isidor Fine, who held the office for the past four years.
are not threatening to ostracize Poland for its repudiation of the rights vouchsafed to the minority peoples when Poland was reconstituted as a separate country, under the treaty of Versailles.
“No nation is threatening to ostracize Germany for its shameful violation of the rights of man and its disturbance of its internal peace, in placing at the helm of its government a leader whose party threatens to crush and abuse the Jews in Germany. The claims of humanity should be equally sacred with the claim of monetary debts, in international relations.”
Reports were presented by the following, for their respective organizations:
Mrs. Samuel Kubie of New York City, for the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods; Mrs. Jules Hart of Yonkers, N. Y., and Mrs. Benjamin Marvin of Jamaica, N. Y., for the National Council of Jewish Women; Mrs. Nathan Kussy of Newark, N. J., for the Women’s League of the United Synagogue of America; Mrs. Saul Godwin of New York City, for the Women’s Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, and Mrs. Albert Wald of New York City, for the Hadassah.
A feature of the Conference was a display of the Peace publications of the various organizations and a special display of Peace stamps and posters, arranged by World Peaceways, Inc., of New York City.
The officers of the Conference Committee of National Jewish Women’s Organizations are Mrs. Maurice Steinfeld of St. Louis, Chairman; Mrs. Robert Szold of Pelham Manor, N. Y., Vice-Chairman; and Estelle M. Sternberger of New York City, Secretary.
At the Annual Meeting of the Brooklyn Jewish Center, Joseph M. Schwartz was elected the new President of the institution, succeeding Isidor Fine, who held the office for the past four years.The officers elected besides Mr. Schwartz are: Henry Seinfel. First Vice-President; Hyman Aaron, Second Vice-President; Henry Gold, Secretary, and Fred Kronish, Treasurer.