Young Judaea Reelects Gov. Lehman, Levine

David Levine of New York was reelected president of Young Judaea at the national convention here today. Governor Lehman of New York State was reelected honorary president of the organization.

Other officers chosen were: first vice-president, Frank Ruben; second vice-president, Leon Goldberg; third vice – president, Laurence Meyer; treasurer, Louis P. Rocker; and secretary, Miss Racille Srolowitz. All are from New York City except Ruben, who resides in Boston.

Members elected to the governing board from New York City were:

Rabbi A. M. Heller, Moe Kaplan, Charles Kroll, Mrs. Lawrence Meyer, C. Y. Palitz, Miriam Raphael, Rabbi Nathan Rosen, Morris Ruffman, Herman Saneth, Sholom Altman, Louise Meyerovitz, Sidney Guthman, Dr. Frank Pastor, Rabbi Milton Sternberg, Sidney Wallach, Sonya Dingol, Aubrey Mallach, Dr. Harry Bluestone, Samuel Borowsky and Charles A. Gowen.

Members elected from other cities were:

Albany, N. Y., Rose Hirschberg: Buffalo, N. Y., Dr. Ben Edidin and Monte Scheinberg; Rochester, N. Y., Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein and Lillian Green; Pittsburgh, Flora Snyder: Baltimore, Dr. Sidney I. Esterson: Houston, Texas, Clarence Goldstein: Waco, Texas, Rabbi Charles Blumenthal; Breckenridge, Texas, Gerhardt Bender; Atlanta, Ga., Edward M. Kahn, Sidney Parks and Edward R. Vajda; Chattanooga, Tenn., Dinah Rosen; Macon, Ga., Dr. Samuel Rubin; New Orleans, E. E. Lisitzky and Dr. Sidney Jacobs; Mobile, Ala., Sylvia Wiseman; Newark, N. J., Theodore Ehren; Bayonne, N. J., Milton Schleider; Boston, Meyer Golden and Carl Alpert; Framingham, Mass., Dorothy R. Gan; Providence, R. I., Maurice Block and Joseph Keller; Cincinnati, Eugene Sack, Ida Loshinsky, Rabbis David Polish and Sam Cook; Indianapolis, Daniel Harrison; Cleveland, Mrs. I. L. Kohe; Chicago, Irving Levitus, Mrs. Claire Shanus and Peter Tarrell, and Philadelphia, Louis Sherr.

Jeanne Levinson of Cleveland won the regional oratorical finals.

Levine announced that the funds for the Young Judaea clubs will be allocated this year from the national budget, thus providing a financial set-up emanating from the members themselves, rather than by subsidies from outside organizations, as has been the case in the past. He also forecast the extension of educational and athletic programs of the organization this year, and stated that musical, dramatic and oratorical activities will be put on an interstate basis.

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