Chicago (Jun. 16)
The thirty-third biennial council of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations will open here Sunday and will be featured by a symposium on “Religion Tomorrow”.
Ludwig Vogelstein, chairman of the executive board of the organization, will preside at the Monday evening session, at which Dr. Max C. Currick, of Erie, Pa., and Dr. Jacob R. Marcus, of Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, will speak. Mrs. Maurice Steinfeld, of St. Louis, president of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, will preside at the second symposium session Wednesday morning. Dr. Leo M. Franklin, of Detroit, will address the session. Charles P. Kramer, of New York, president of the National Federation of Temple Brotherhods, will preside at the third session of the symposium Wednesday evening, when Adolph Rosenberg, Cincinnati; Mrs. Eugene Mannheimer, Des Moines, and Dr. Joseph Rauch, Louisville, will speak.
Rabbi Emil Leipziger, of New Orleans, will deliver the sermon at the council’s religious services Sunday evening at Temple Sholom.
The National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods will meet in its fifth biennial convention from Sunday through Tuesday and the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods will hold its tenth biennial assembly from Sunday to Thursday.