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New Synagogue Dedicated by Pittsburgh Jewry

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More than 300 members of the Shaarey Tephillah Synagogue, 23 Miller Street, attended the dedication of the new building. The synagogue had been destroyed by fire last spring.

A solemn procession carried the holy scrolls from the Congregation Mogan David Synagogue, next door, into the new building. They had been kept in the latter synagogue since the fire.

The feature of the opening was a musical program given by Rev. J. Waid, Rev. Julius Bloom, Rev. B. Kimmel and Sam Cohen and his orchestra. The principal addresses were delivered by Judge Benjamin Lencher and Mayor John S. Herron.

Officers of the congregation who took part in the celebration were Rabbi Samuel Hausman, teacher; Abraham Pechersky, president; Samuel Kofsky, vice-president; Harry Mosenson, secretary; R. B. Camel, treasurer, and Jacob Waid, cantor.

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