Arbitration Court Holds Sessions in State Bldg.
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Arbitration Court Holds Sessions in State Bldg.

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The Jewish Court of Arbitration will hold its sessions tomorrow at the State Office Building, 80 Centre street, it was announced yesterday.

A number of congregational difficulties will be aired and adjusted. A prominent jurist, rabbi and business man will preside. The court will meet twice monthly in the State Building in hearing room 2.

Richard Cumberland, born in Cambridge in 1732, wrote a play, “The Jew,” in which appeared the complete antithesis to Shylock, a benevolent, grateful Jew.

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