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Jewish Chautauqua Ends Its Sessions in Detroit

January 11, 1928
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(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

The thirty-ninth assembly of the Jewish Chautauqua Society concluded its sessions here.

A report of the activities of the Society was presented by Miss Jeannette Miriam Goldberg, Executive Secretary of the Society, who pointed out that the Society was created for the popularization of Jewish education and the general dissemination of Jewish knowledge.

Sidney Unger of Cincinnati presented the need of Dramatics as an Educational Aid. Rabbi Marvin Nathan of Philadelphia discussed the Objective in the Curriculum of Jewish Religious Schools, and was followed by a presentation and #####Unclear

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