(Jewish Daily Bulletin)
A magazine for high school boys and girls will be published soon under auspices of the Commission on Jewish Education of the Department of Synagogue and School Extension.
The proposal was approved at the Commission’s annual meeting at Cincinnati, in the offices of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, of which the Commission is a part. The Commission also voted to survey work being done at universities in the United States for Jewish students and to study their problems and activities.
These attending the meeting of the Commission on Education included: Dr. David Philipson, Cincinnati, Chairman; Mr. George Zepin, Cincinnati, Secretary; Joseph Baron, Milwaukee, Wis.; Dr. Edward N. Calisch, Richmond, Va.; Dr. Samuel H. Goldenson of Pittsburgh; Rabbi Max Heller, New Orleans, father of Dr. James G. Heller of Cincinnati; Dr. Joseph Rauch, of Louisville, and Rabbi Louis Witt, of St. Louis, who is to assume a Dayton, Ohio, pulpit early next year.
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