Personal Service Group Meets in San Diego
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Personal Service Group Meets in San Diego

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The thirteenth annual conference of the California Committee of Personal Service was held at Temple Beth Israel.

Rabbi Cerf Straus opened the conference with a prayer, followed by Rabbi Rudolph Coffee, of Oakland, president of the organization and the local district attorney, Thomas W. Whelan.

The following attended the conference:

Rabbi Irving F. Reichert, Temple Emanuel, San Francisco; Robert Koshland, board member, Federation of Jewish Charities; Mrs. M. C. Sloss prominent civic leader; Rabbi and Mrs. Rudolph I. Coffee; Mrs. Harry J. Sapper, executive director, Oakland Jewish Federation; Hyman Kaplan, executive director, Federation of Jewish Charities, San Francisco; Mrs. Josephine Abraham and Mrs. Eula; Harris, social workers, Mt. Zion Hospital, San Francisco; Mrs. Richard Newman, Big Sister committee; Mrs. Esther Schwartz, County Welfare department; Miss Irma Weil, Children’s Protective Association; Mrs. Max Merrit, board member J. C. P. S. Berkeley; Samuel G. Holcenberg, San Francisco; Miss Hattie Rosinstack and Miss Irma Eckstein, social workers, Eureka Banevolent Society, San Francisco; Miss Ethel Feineman, resident worker, Emanuel Sisterhood, San Francisco; Miss Naomi Deutsch, executive secretary. Visiting Nurse’ Association, San Francisco; Charles Wollenberg, superintendent Laguna Honda Home; San Francisco; Judge Isaac Pacht, and Dr. Aaron Rosanoff, eminent psychiatrist; Mr. I. Irving Lipstich, executive director, Federation of Jewish Welfare Organizations; Miss Freda Mohr, executive secretary, Jewish Social Service Bureau, and Mr. R. B. Resnik, of the southern office: of Los Angeles.

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