Thirty cases were on the calendar of the Jewish Court of Arbitration yesterday when it opened its first session of the fall season.
The court which is now in its fourth year has handled over 1,000 cases of religious or communal nature. Sitting as judges at the opening session yesterday were Justice Edgar J. Lauer, Samuel Buchler and Rabbi M.H. Rabinowitz, of the Zichron Torah Moshe synagogue of Brooklyn.
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