The Southern Israelite. (Augusta, Ga.) 1925-1986, April 15, 1929, Image 17
The Sou thern Israelite Page 17 rium. Next in line is the junior divi- ion, under the direction of Miss Polly Gershon, fourteen to seventeen, which ias its special interest the Hebrew Orphans’ home. The senior division has two groups. The first is the unmarried contingent, rhese girls also have their bit of work that is unselfish and altruistic. For instance they devote themselves to bringing cheer to the war veterans of Hospital No. 48. Then they attend .•lasses of arts and crafts, history, gym and others offered specially by the club under well-known instruc tors. The last branch is that of the ma trons. These ladies are not only giv en an opportunity to establish a cen ter of thought and activities for their children, sisters or friends, but they themselves take an active part in the civic, educational and social features of the club. Any classes such as his tory, child psychology, arts and crafts or golf are readily arranged for as small a group as ten at a very nomi nal cost. The dues for membership are only $3.00 yearly, and Mrs. H. Taylor, chairman of this coming drive, has urged all those approached for mem bership to give the most careful con sideration to this matter. Mrs. F. Gottesman, 436 Washing ton street, will gladly send applica tion blanks or receive checks for the 1929 dues. For any information call Mrs. M. L. Kahn, MAin 2866 or Mrs. H. Taylor, IIEmlock 1155. MOSS RE-ELECTED HEAD OF ATLANTA JEWISH CHARITIES Gym and Swimming Pool for Alliance Urged in Annual Report Louis H. Moss was re-elected presi dent of the Atlanta Federation of Jewish charities at the recent annual meeting held in the Jewish Educa tional alliance. Other officers on the ticket proposed by a nominating com mittee, headed by Julian V. Boehm, are as follows: Louis J. Elsas, first vice president; Ernest Feibelman, sec ond vice president; Nathan Saltzman, third vice president; Joseph B. Wolfe, secretary, and Mrs. S. Schoen, secre tary. Members of the board of directors elected to serve for three years are: A. L. Myers, Nathan Saltzman, Ed Montag, Rabbi Harry Epstein, Mrs. frank Lowenstein, Leopold J. Haas, Sam Levy, Julian V. Boehm. Miss Rhoda Kaufman was elected as hon orary member of the board. Along with those newly-elected, the following constitute the board: J. Dorfan, J. L. I^evitas, L. J. Elsas, A1 Loeb, J. Faeman, Herman Heyman, J. B. Wolfe, Dr. Joseph Yampolsky, L. H. Moss, Dr. J. E. Sommerfield, Mrs. J. E. Sommerfield, E. Feilbelman, J. Jacobs, Dr. David Marx, I. J. Paradies, Mrs. Sam Schoen, Mrs. S. Foote. President Moss, in his annual re port, emphasized the progress made by the federation in promoting philan thropic and welfare activities among the Jewish people in Atlanta. He also called attention to the need of the Jewish Educational alliance for more adequate physical facilities, particu larly the need for a gymnasium and swimming pool. Mr. Moss closed his report with the following statement: “It is my hope that during 1929 we will be able to clear up most, if not all, of our debts, and for the first time be able to devote all of our in come to the work of the federation and its departments. There is no doubt in my mind that the growing needs of the federation demand a more adequate budget.” Edward M. Kahn, executive direc tor of the federation, also submitted his annual report, giving an account of the activities of all the depattments of the federation. He pointed out the urgent need for a new building to house all the Jewish c immunity activities, a Jewish center that shall be the civic pride of the community. SECRETARY WILBUR TO SPEAK AT EINSTEIN CELEBRATION IN NEW YORK Washington, (J. T. A.).—Secretary of the Interior, Ray Lyman Wilbur accepted an invitation to speak at the celebration of Prof. Albert Ein stein’s fiftieth birthday which will be held Tuesday evening, April 16, at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York. Secretary Wilbur communicated his acceptance to Herman Bernstein, chairman of the Committee on Ar rangements, who extended tho invi tation in behalf of the Jewish Nation al Fund and the Zionist Organization of America, who are arranging tho celebration. Secretary Wilbur was formerly Pre sident of Leland Stanford University. His Department embraces the Federal Bureau of Education. This will mark the first Jewish gathering to be at tended by a representative of the Hoover administration. The German Ambassador to the United States, Baron von Prittwitt, also accepted Mr. Bernstein's invita tion to attend the celebration. I CHANDLER COAL Answers The “Burning*’ Question 2000 Pounds Per Ton CHANDLER COAL COMPANY 1 Mi one .>86 SUMTER, S. 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