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1 APPENDIX I ANNIVERSARIES AND CELEBRATIONS APRIL 18. Celebration of one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Morais Sabato, at Mikve Israel Synagogue, Philadelphia, Pa., and at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York City Celebration of fiftieth anniversary of Temple Emanuel Tex. JUNE. Celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of B'nai Israel Congregation, Baltimore, Md. OCTOBER 1-2. Celebration of seventy-fifth anniversary of Achduch Vesholom Congregation, Fort Wayne 7. Celebration of seventhy-fifth anniversary of Congregation Berith Kodesh, Rochester, N. Y., Celebration of Silver Jubilee, of Mt. Sinai Congregation, El Paso, Tex., NOVEMBER 31-DECEMBER 4. Celebration of seventy-fifth anniversary of B'nai Jeshurun Congregation, Newark, N. J. DECEMBER 2. Celebration of seventy-fifth anniversary of Barnert Memorial Temple, Paterson, N. J. 3. Celebration of seventy-fifth anniversary of Adath Israel Congregation Avondale Synagogue, Cincinnati, O Celebration of fiftieth anniversary of Onab Zedek Congregation, New York City. JANUARY 18. Celebration of one hundredth anniversary of Bene Israel Congregation, Cincinnati, O. FEBRUARY Celebration of fiftieth anniversary of founding of Temple Beth El, New York City. 24. Celebration of fiftieth anniversary of organization of United Roumanian Jews of America, New York City. MARCH Celebration of fiftieth anniversary of founding of Young Men's Hebrew Association, New York City. OTHER COUNTRIES APRIL Celebration of centenary of birth of Rabbi Elia Benamozegh, Leghorn JUNE 2. Celebration of fiftieth jubilee of Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue (Shaare Tefilla), Manchester. OCTOBER 11. Celebration of fiftieth anniversary of founding of Rabbiner-Seminar fur das Orthodoxe Judenthum, Berlin. NOVEMBER. Celebration of fiftieth anniversary of founding of Jewish Deaf and Dumb Institute Berlin. DECEMBER 16. Celebration of jubilee anniversary of founding of Aria College, Portsmouth. JANUARY Celebration of fiftieth anniversary of organization of Independent Order B'nai B'rith Bucharest. 26. Celebration of one hundredth anniversary of birth of Josef Israels, painter.

2 130 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK APPENDIX II APPOINTMENTS, ELECTIONS AND HONORS UNITED STATES AARON, MARCUS, Pittsburgh, Pa., receives degree of LL.D. from University of Pittsburgh, Feb. 19, ADI.ER, CYRUS, Philadelphia, Pa., elected vice-president, Board of Trustees of Free Library of Philadelphia, Pa., July 6, ADLER, SIMON, L., Rochester, N. Y., re-elected to State Legislature Nov. 6, ALTERMAN, MEYER, New York City, re-elected to State Legislature Nov. 6, BAMBERGER, ADOLPH H., promoted lieutenant (junior grade), United States Navy, Jan. 9, BARUCH, BERNARD M., New York City, receives honorary degree of LL.D. from Williams College, June 25, BERG, JULIUS S., New York, City, re-elected to State Legislature, Nov. 6, BERGER, DAVID C, appointed Vice-Consul and interpreter at Tientsin, China, June, BETTMAN, ALFRED, Cincinnati, O., appointed by Governor, member of the Ohio Judicial Council, July, BIEDERMAN, SOLOMON, appointed first lieutenant, October, BIJUR, NATHAN, New York City, re-elected judge of Supreme Court, November, 6, BLOCH, JOSHUA, New York City, appointed chief of the Jewish Division of the New York Public Library, October, 1, BLOCH, MAURICE, New York City, re-elected to State Legislature, November, 6, BLOCK, MORRIS, elected Mayor of Kingston, N. Y., November, 6, BLOOM, WILLIAM, Johns Hopkins University, appointed lieutenant in the Medical Officers' Reserve Corps, June, BLOOMBERG, HARRY LOUIS, promoted junior hydrographic and geodetic engineer, in Coast and Geodetic Survey, Jan. 16, BLUMENKRANZ, WALTER M., promoted lieutenant (junior grade'', United States Navy, March 13, BRODE, ROBERT B., Pasadena, Cal., appointed Rhodes Scholar-at- Large, Jan. 12, BROWN, HERSCHEL BAST, appointed aid in Coast and Geodetic Survey, with relative rank of Ensign in the Navy, February, 15, CARDOZO, BENJAMIN NATHAN, New York City, received honorary LL.D. degree from the University of Michigan, June 19, COFFEE, RUDOLPH I., rabbi, Oakland, Cal., elected Chairman,Committee for Personal Service in State Institutions, October 3, 1923; appointed by Governor, member of State Board of Charities and Corrections, January, 1924.

3 A SURVEY OF THE YEAR COHEN, ISAAC, New York City, appointed judge Municipal Court October, 1, COHON, SAMUEL S., Chicago, 111., appointed professor of Jewish Theology at Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, 0., April, CONE, DANIEL M., JR., promoted ensign, United States Navy, January 9, CONE, WILLIAM W., promoted lieutenant (junior e;rade), United States Navy, January, 9, CONTENT, HABOLD A., Captain, New York City, awarded D.S.C for extraordinary heroism in action near Bois de Consenvoye, France, October 23, 1918, April 7, DAVIS, ABEL, Brigadier-General, awarded the D.S.M. in recognition of services of the regiment at the front, in the World War, April, 1923; appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, July, DAVID, JOSEPH B., Chicago, 111., re-elected judge of Superior Court of Cook County, November 6, DESBECKER, LEWIS E., Buffalo, N. Y., appointed by Governor, member of commission on home rule for large cities, June, DREYFUS, LOUIS G., JR., promoted consul of Class 3, March 1, EFRON, NATHAN, re-elected judge advocate of the Department of Massachusetts Veterans of Foreign Wars, June, ELLENBOGEN, ABRAM, New York City, re-elected judge Municipal Court, November 6, ELLER, EMANUEL, Chicago, 111., elected judge of Superior Court, Nov. 6,- FEISS, PAUL, Cleveland, 0., awarded by King Alexander I. of Jugoslavia the Cross of the Commander of the Order of St. Sava, June, FINKLE, HERMAN H., Cleveland, 0., re-elected to the City Council, November, 6, FLEICHER SAMUEL S., Philadelphia, Pa., awarded Bok Prize of $10,000 for civic services during the past year, February, FLEXNER, ABRAHAM, New York City, appointed by League of Nations, head of committee to investigate white slave traffic, July, FLEXNER, SIMON, New York City, appointed Commander of the Legion of Honor of France, September, FRANK, ELI, Baltimore, Md., elected judge of Supreme Court, November, 6, FRANKLIN, LEO M., rabbi, Detroit, Mich, awarded degree of LL.D., by the University of Detroit, June 1, FREIBERG, CHAS. A., Buffalo, N. Y., elected to State Legislature, November 6, FREIBERG, JULIUS, Cincinnati, O., elected president of Chamber of Commerce, January, FRIEDLANDER, JACK, Los Angeles, Cal., appointed by Mayor, City Prosecutor, August,

4 132 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK FRIEDLANDER, SAMSON, New York City, elected president of the Board of Municipal Court Judges, January 30, FRIEDMAN, EDWIN, promoted lieutenant, United States Navy, January 9, GOLDSMITH, LOUIS N., Philadelphia, Pa., appointed assistant director of Public Welfare, January 7, GOLDSMITH, WALTER A., promoted ensign United States Navy, January 9, GREEN, NATHAN, JR., promoted lieutenant (junior grade), United States Navy, January 9, GREENEBAUM, EDGAR N., Chicago, 111., appointed member of Board of Education, May, GROSS, SAMUEL L., appointed United States Marshal for the northern district of Texas, January, 21, GROSSMAN, MARY B., Cleveland, O., elected judge Municipal Court, November, 6, HECHT, LEE I., Baltimore, Md., appointed by Mayor, judge of the Appeal Tax Court, Sept. 10, HEIZER, OSCAR S., Iowa, appointed consul at Jerusalem, October 18, HERSHFIELD, HENRY G., Pompton Lakes, N. J., re-elected to State Legislature, November 6, HOCHFELDER, ANNA W., Brooklyn, N. Y., appointed by Mayor, Assistant Corporation Counsel of the City of New York, August, HOSCHANDER, JACOB, Philadelphia, Pa., appointed Sabato Morais Professor of Biblical Literature and Exegesis at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York City, April 27, ISAACS, NATHAN, Cambridge, Mass., appointed professor of business law, Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University, February, JACOBI, LEON J., promoted lieutenant (junior grade), United States Navy, January 9, JACOBS, JOSEPH E., appointed consul class 5 of United States Consular Service, December 19, KAHAN, HENRY O., New York City, re-elected to State Legislature, November, 6, KAHN, FREDERICK G., promoted lieutenant (junior grade), United States Navy, January 9, KARLIN, F. A., New York City, re-elected to State Legislature, November 6, KAUFFMAN, FRANK D., Quincy, Mass., elected to City Council, December, KAUFMANN, VICTOR R., New York City, re-elected to State Legislature, November 6, KORN, Louis LEHMAN, promoted lieutenant colonel, J udge Advocate General's Department, United States Army, February 15, 1924.

5 A SURVEY OF THE YEAR KRAUS, GILBERT J., Philadelphia, Pa., appointed Assistant City Solicitor, February 4, LEFF, MAX, appointed junior hydrographic and geodetic engineer with relative rank of lieutenant (junior grade), United States Navy, December 17, LEHMAN, IRVING, New York City, elected judge, Court of Appeals, New York State, November 6, LEVY, AARON J., New York City appointed Chairman of Commission for Re-organization of Municipal Courts, October, ; elected President of the Board of Municipal Justices, November 6, LEVY, HERBERT, Baltimore, Md., appointed Assistant Attorney General, December, LEVY, SAMUEL D., judge, re-appointed by Mayor, to Children's Court, for ten year term, June, 29, LIEPOLD, S. AUGUST, Baton Rouge, La., appointed by Governor, Sheriff of Morehouse Parish, Feburary 26, LIPMAN, CHARLES B., appointed Dean of Graduate Division of the University of California, November LIPMAN, JACOB G., New Brunswick, N. J., awarded honorary degree of Doctor of Science by Rutgers College and the State University of New York, June 12, 1923; elected member of Swedish Royal Society of Agriculture, July, 1923; appointed member of the International Commission of Agricultural Ecology, December, LIPMAN, SOL. MARKS, promoted first lieutenant, Cavalry, United States Army, Feb. 15, LOEB, ISIDORE, Columbia, Mo., appointed Acting-President of the State University of Missouri, April, MANDELBAUM, S., New York City, re-elected to State Legislature, November 6, MARSHALL, LOUIS, New York City, elected member of the Board of Directors of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, January 7, MARX,. ROBERT S., Cincinnati, O., awarded the D.S.C. for "gallantry in action" in World War, April, MEYER, EUGENE, JR., Washington, D. C, appointed Administration, adviser on relief for agricultural distress, October, MICHAEL, MRS. ELIAS, St. Louis, Mo., elected member of Board of Education, April 3, MICHELSON, A. A., Chicago, 111., elected president of the National Academy of Sciences, April MORGENTHAU, HENRY, New York City, appointed by the Council of the League of Nations, Geneva, Chairman of a commission to assist the settlement in Greece of refugees from Asia Minor, September, 1923; receives from the City Council of Athens, Greece, the citizenship of the City and in his honor Athens Street is changed to America Street, February, 1924.

6 134 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK NKWMAN, JOSEPH C, promoted lieutenant, United States Navy, January 9, NOTZ, WILLIAM F., Washington, D. C, appointed Dean of the School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University, October, PADWAY, JOSEPH A., Milwaukee, Wis., appointed judge of the Civil Court of Milwaukee County, December, PAM, HL'C;O, Chicago, 111., re-elected judge of Superior Court of Cook County, November 6, PERLMAN, PHILIP B., Baltimore, Md., appointed by Mayor, City Solicitor, September 10, PEYSER, JULIUS I., Captain, Washington, D. C, appointed member of Board of Education of District of Columbia, December 3, PHILLIPS, NATHANIEL, New York City, appointed member of the Legislative Committee of the State of New York to investigate the exploitation of immigrants, July, PINCUS, SAMUEL., Chicago, III., appointed city prosecuting attorney, May, PROSKAUER, JOSEPH M., New York City, appointed by Governor, Justice Supreme Court, June 10, 1923; elected judge Supreme Court November 6, RAISIN, JACOB S., Charleston, S. C, elected School Commissioner, December. RATSHESKY, ABRAHAM C, Boston, Mass., appointed by Governor, to Division of Metropolitan Planning, July 25, REICH, JOSEPH, Brooklyn, N. Y., re-elected to State Legislature, November 6, REINECKE, MRS. GEO. W. (Mabel G.), Chicago, 111., appointed Collector of Internal Revenue, June, RESE, ALBERT, life-saver with over seven hundred lives to his credit. Long Beach, Cal., awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, June, ROBECHECK, EMIL, Cleveland, O., elected to City Council, November 6, ROSENAU, WILLIAM, rabbi, Baltimore, Md., awarded degree of Doctor of Hebrew Law by Hebrew Union College, June 2. ROSENBERG, ELI, New York City, elected President of the New York County Association of the Criminal Bar, May, ROSENFIELD, WALTER A., elected Mayor of Rock Island, 111., April, ROSENMAN, SAMUEL I., New York City, re-elected to State Legislature, November 6, ROSENTHAL, Louis, Baltimore, Md., elected associate of the Royal Society of Miniature Painters of London, June, ROTH, DAVID E., promoted ensign, United States Navy, January 9, RUTTENBURG, N., New York City, elected to State Legislature, November 6, l'j23.

7 A SURVEY OF THE YEAR SALMAN, KARL S., elected Mayor of Amsterdam, N. Y., November 6, SAMUEL, DAVID B., Shreveport, La., re-elected judge of the City Court, Jan. 15, SARNOFF, DAVID, New York City, receives Order of Polonia Restituta from the Polish Government for services in establishing radio station, January 4, SCHOENFELD, H. F., Washington, D. C, First Secretary to the American Embassy at Vienna, appointed Counselor of the American Embassy in Mexico, March 5, SCHOENFELD, RUDOLPH E., appointed consul, class 7, United States Consular Service, December 19, SCHOFFEL, Louis A., New York City, re-elected to State Legislature, November 6, SHAFFER, ISIDOR, Boston, Mass., invested by Greek Government with the Knighthood of the Royal Order of the Cross of the Holy Savior, June 22, SILBERT, COLEMAN, Boston, Mass., appointed by Governor, Public Administrator for Suffolk County, July 25, STARR, MORRIS H., Philadelphia, Pa., elected Commander of the American Legion, October 11, STEIN, MAURICE H., promoted lieutenant, United States Navy, January 9, STEIN, OTTO, Trenton, Mo., elected Mayor, April 5, STEINBERG, JOSEPH, New York City, re-elected to State Legislature, November 6, STEINER, ADOLPH, rabbi, Salt Lake City, U., receives degree of Doctor of Divinity from the Lincoln Memorial University, August, STEINGUT, IRWIN, Brooklyn, N. Y., re-elected to State Legislature, November 6, STERN, SAMUEL D., West Allis, Wis., elected judge, April 3, STIEGLITZ, ALFRED, New York City awarded progress medal by Royal Photographic Society, London, January, STRAUS, ELLIOTT B., promoted ensign, United States Navy, January 9, SWAAB SOLOMON M., Philadelphia, Pa., appointed Consulting Engineer to the Mayor, January 26, TREIMAN, ISRAEL, St. Louis Mo., appointed Rhodes Scholar-at-large, January, TRIEST, MONTAGUE, Charleston, S. C, elected School Commissioner, December, VINER, JACOB, associate professor of economics University of Chicago, Chicago, 111., awarded Davis A. Wells prize of $500 by Harvard University for research in economics, May, WASSERMAN, JACOB, Boston, Mass., appointed by Governor member of commission to revise the city charter of Boston, June,

8 136 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK WEGLEIN, DAVID, E. Baltimore, Md., appointed by School Board first assistant superintendent of Public Schools, October, WEINFELD, MORRIS, New York City, elected to State Legislature, November 6, WOLF, HERMAN H., promoted commander, United States Coast Guard, January 28, WOLFSON, IIAKRY A., appointed head of the Department of Jewish Philosophy and History of the Jewish Institute of Religion, New York City, May, WOLFSON, MRS. JACOB W., Maiden, Mass., elected to City Council, December, ARGENTINE HALPHON, S., Chief Rabbi of the Argentine, created Chevalier of the French Legion of Honor, September, AUSTRIA KAPPELMACHER,, appointed professor at University of Vienna, November, LIEBERMAN, MAX, artist, elected honorary member, Art Academy of Vienna, August, PLASCHKES, LEOPOLD, Vienna, elected to the City Council, Oct. 21, BRAZIL GRUMBACH, LAZARE, Sao-Paulo, appointed Councillor of Foreign Commerce of France, November, KLOTZ, JULIEN, Sao-Paulo, appointed Councillor of Foreign Commerce of France, November, BRITISH EMPIRE ATKINS, A., Johannesburg, elected Deputy Mayor, January, BONN, MAX JULIUS, London, made Companion of Order of the British Empire. July, COHEN, H. I., Melbourne, appointed Minister of Public Works and Mines, March, COHEN, J. B. Brunei, Liverpool, re-elected to House of Commons, Dec. 6, COHEN, LEWIS, Lord Mayor, Adelaide, knighted, Jan. 1, DAVIS, DAVID, Lord Mayor, Birmingham, knighted, July, EMANUEL, S. H., London, appointed Master of the Bench of the Inner Temple, London, February, FACTOR, S., Toronto, re-elected member of Board of Education, Jan Fox, BENJAMIN, Toronto, elected a public school trustee, Dec. 31, FRAMPTON, G.M., lieutenant, Liverpool, promoted captain, July, FRANKLIN, LEONARD B., Hackney, elected to House of Commons, Dec. 6,

9 A SURVEY OF THE YEAR FRECE, SIR WALTER DE, Ashton-Under-Lyne, re-elected to House of Commons, Dec. 6, GOLLANCZ, HERMANN, rabbi, London, knighted, July, HARRIS, M. J., Johannesburg, elected Mayor, January, HARRIS, PERCY A., Bethnal Green, re-elected to House of Commons, Dec. 6, HORE-BELISHA, LESLIE, Plymouth, elected to House of Commons, Dec. 6, JACOBS, LYON W., Montreal, appointed King's Counsel, Sept. 20, JESSEL, HERBERT MERTON, London, created Baron, Jan. 1, LEVENTON, ASHER, lieutenant-colonel, Bengal, appointed Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire, June 3, MICHAELS, MAX, awarded honorary degree of LL.D. by the University of Cape Town, January, MILLER, JULIUS, Cornwall, elected alderman, December, MONASH, SIR JOHN, elected vice-chancellor of Melbourne University, October, MOND, H., Huntingdonshire, elected to House of Commons, Dec. 6, MORRIS, S., ex-mayor of Doncaster, elected alderman, November, MYERS, JACOB, Dublin, appointed Peace Commissioner for the County of Dublin, March, MYERS, MICHAEL, ex-commandant at Grand Balsam, awarded by King, French Colonial Medal, French Victory Medal, and French Commemoration Medal, all with Bars, for services rendered to the French Government during the World War, August, NEWMAN, MARCUS, Cork, appointed Commissioner of Peace, September, PHILLIPS, NATHAN, Toronto, elected alderman, Jan. 21, RICHARDSON, LEWIS, Port Elizabeth, created baronet, Jan. 1, ROSE, BERNARD, Toronto, appointed King's Counsel, September, ROTHBAND, HENRY LESSER, Manchester, made baronet, June 1, SAMUEL, A. M., Surrey, re-elected to House of Commons, Dec. 6, SAMUEL, SAMUEL, Wandworth, re-elected to House of Commons, Dec. 6, SASSOON, SIR PHILIP, Hythe, re-elected to House of Commons, Dec. 6, SHINWELL, EMANUEL, Linlithgow, re-elected to House of Commons, Dec. 6, 1923; appointed Parliamentary secretary to the Department of Mines, January, SPERO, GEORGE E., Stoke Newington, elected to House of Commons, Dec. 6,

10 138 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK STIEBEL, HERBERT, receives insignia of Officer of the Order of the British Empire, July, SUNLIGHT, J., Shropshire, elected to House of Commons, Dec. 6, SWAYTHLING, LORD, receives Royal license and authority to wear the Insignia of Grand Officer of the Order of the Crown of Roumania, May, TURNER-SAMUELS, M., Durham, elected to House of Commons, Dec. 6, CZECHO-SLOVAKIA KAFKA, EMIL, Prague, elected member of City Council, Sept. 16, KISCH, GUIDO, Prague, appointed Professor of the History of Law at the German University in Prague, October, SINGER, LUDWIG, Prague, elected member of City Council, Sept. 16, EGYPT CATTAUI BEY, JOSEPH, Cairo, elected to Parliament, Jan, 12, ISOPOVICI, ALBERT, appointed to Egyptian diplomatic legation at Paris, January, PICCIOTTO BEY, JOSEPH, Cairo, appointed to the Senate, Jan, 12, FRANCE ALCAN,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, ALEXANDRE,, Paris, appointed officer of the Legion of Honor September, ALTMAN,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, ASCHER, J., Paris, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, August, ASTRUC,, Montpellier, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, BASH, VICTOR, professor, elected French representative on the Executive of the International League of Human and Citizens' Rights, November, BAUER,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, BENEDITE, GEORGES, Paris, elected member of the Academie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, February, BERGSON, HENRI, Paris, appointed Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor, August, 1923; appointed member of the Council of the Legion of Honor, August, 1923; appointed member of Supreme Council of Public Instruction, November,

11 A SURVEY OF THE YEAR BERNARD, LEON, Paris, appointed Commander of the Legion of Honor, September, BERNARD, LEON, appointed member of Public Health Committee of the League of Nations, December, BERNARD, MARCEL, re-elected President of the Tribunal of Commerce of Besancon, February, BERNSTEIN, HENRI, appointed officer of the Legion of Honor, August BERR,, professor appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, March, BEZREDKA,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, September, BICHART-SEE, EDMOND, Paris, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, August, BI.OCH, MAXIME, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, November, BLUM, LEON, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, BOAS,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, BOCCARA,, Tunis, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, BRUNSCHWIG,, Havre, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, September, BRUNSWEIG, LEON, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor August, CARVALLO,, appointed Brigadier-General, December, CHEBAT,, Algiers, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, CITROEN, ANDRE, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, September, DEI. PORTO,, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, September, DORVILLE, LEON, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, DREYFUS, CHARLES-LOUIS, Paris, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, August, DUKAS, PAUL, Paris, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, August, DUVERNOIS, HENRI, Paris, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, March, ELLEINSTEIN, jacqtres, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, January, ELLISSEN,, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, August, ESCHWEGE,, Paris, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, August,

12 140 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK FERNBACK,, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, September, FRAENKEL, MARCEL, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, September, FREY,, professor, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, March, GATTEGNO,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, GETTING,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, GOLDSCHMIDT, JEAN, Paris, appointed Councillor of Foreign Commerce, November, GOMPEL,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, GROS,, Bourges, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, January, GUGENHEIM,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, GUGENHEIM, ERNEST, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, November, HADAMARD, JACQUES, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, October, HAGUENAU, DAVID, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, September, HAGUENAU, JACQUES, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, January, HAMBURGER, D., Paris, made Knight of Order Orange-Nassau by Queen of Netherlands, Aug. 31, HESSEL, JOSEPH, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, November, ISRAEL, ALBERT, Paris, appointed Chevalier of Legion of Honor, August, KLOTZ, LOUIS LUCIEN, appointed Officer of Legion of Honor, November, LANTZ,, Paris, appointed Judge of the Court of Appeals of Paris January, LAROQUE, GUSTAVE, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, February, LARRIER, NATTAN, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, September, LAZARD, ANDRE, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, LEVI,, Paris, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, August, LEVY, EDOUARD, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, January, 1924.

13 A SURVEY OF THE YEAR LEVY, F., Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, LEVY, ISAAC, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, December, LEVY-BING,, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, February, LISBONNE,, elected Senator for the Dr6me, January, LYON-CAEN, CHARLES, elected President of the Curatorium of the Academy of International Rights, Hague, July, MARX,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, MESSIAH,, Nice, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, MEYER, LEON, mayor, Havre, elected Deputy for the Department of the Lower Seine, June, MEYER, ROBERT-LEON, Rouen, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, November, MICHEL-LEVY,, appointed professor of petrography, University of Paris, September, MILHAUD, ALBERT, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, September, MOCH, BAUMANN, Rheims, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, November, MOSSE, ARMAND, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, September, OPPENHEIMER,, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, November, PERQUEL,, publisher, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, February, PORTO-RICHE, GEORGES de, elected member of French Academy, June, REIN,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, ROSENTHAL, LEONARD, Paris, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, August, RUEF,, appointed Brigadier-General December, SAINT-PAUL, GEORGES, appointed head of the financial section of the French Army, Navy and Colonies, October, SALLE, LEVI, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, December, SALOMON, EDOUARD, Dijon, appointed Councillor of Foreign Commerce, November, SCHWOB,, Marseilles, appointed Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor, August, SERRUYA,, Paris, appointed Commander of the Legion of Honor, August,

14 142 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK SILBERT,, Paris, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, August, STRAUSS, RAOUL, Paris, appointed Commander of the Legion of Honor, September, STRAUSS, SIMON, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, November, TARNOWSKY, MICHEL, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, January, TREVES,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, WEILL,, editor of the Revue des Telephones et Telegraphes, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, February, WEILL,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, WEILL, ALFRED, Metz, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, January, WEILL, ARMAND, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, November, WEILL, EMILE, Paris, appointed Offirer of the Legion of Honor, September, WEILL, HENRI, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, January, WEILL, PAUL, (Edmond), Lyons, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, September, WEINBERG,, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, September, WOOG,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, March, WORMS,, Paris, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, August, ZIVI, PAUL, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, September, ZIVY, GEORGES, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, January, GERMANY CARLEBACH, PHILIP HARTWIG, Berlin, elected Chief Rabbi of Friesland, November, EINSTEIN, ALBERT, Berlin, elected to membership in the Order "Pour le Merite," June, LIEBERMANN, Max, Berlin, elected to membership in the Order "Pour le Merite," June, 1923; re-elected President of the Berlin Academy of Art, July, LOEB,, Munich, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor of France, August, MEYERHOF, OTTO, Keil, awarded Nobel prize for work for 1922 on muscular contraction, November, 1Q23.

15 A SURVEY OF THE YEAR SPIEGEL, DR., Officer of German Red Cross, Berlin, receives official letter of thanks from Emperor of Japan and gift of Japanese vase, for relief work rendered in earthquake in Japan, September, WASSERMAN, OSCAR, Berlin, appointed member of the Board of the new German Annuity Bank (Rentenbank), October, 19_>3. GREECE ALHANATI, ISAAC, Salonica, elected to Assembly, 1V<\ I, 1!, JAMNELIDES, JONAS, Salonica, elected to Assembly, Dec. 23, LAIAS, JOSHUA, Salonica, elected to Assembly, Dec. I. 7!, 1 ( >23. LEVY, M., Salonica, elected to Assembly, Dec. 23, 1<>23. HUNGARY HORN,, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor of France, November, ITALY FRANK, CASIMIRO, Rome, created Knight, Dec. 31, MORTARA, LUDOVICO, senator, Rome, appointed Chairman of the Central Court of Appeals, June, OTTOLENGUI, PROF., appointed on the Public Health Committee of the League of Nations, December, TORRE,, Deputy, Rome, appointed Chief of Railways, April, JUGO-SLAVIA ALCALAY, ISAAC, rabbi, Belgrade, appointed by King, Chief Rabbi of Jugo-Slavia, November, LATVIA, appointed Latvian Consul-General in Berlin, Septem- HYMAN, ber, LITHUANIA COHENMAN,, rabbi, elected to the Sejm, May 12-13, FINKELSTEIN,, elected to the Sejm, May 12-13, GARFUNKELIS,, elected to the Sejm, May-12-13, RABINOWITCH, H., Secretary of the Lithuanian Bureau in London, appointed to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, October, RAGINSKY,, elected to the Sejm, May 12-13, ROBINSON,, elected to the Sejm, May 12-13, ROSENBAUM,, elected to the Sejm, May 12-13, WOLF, M., elected President of Kovno City Council, November,

16 144 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK NETHKKLANDS ASSCHER, LODEWIJK, Amsterdam, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor of France, August, BERGH, SAMUEL VAN DEN, Amsterdam, elected member of the Eerste Kamer (Upper House of Parliament), August, COHEN, E., Utrecht, made Knight of the Netherlands Lion, Aug. 31, COHEN, SARA, Deventer, awarded Silver Medal of Honor of the Order of Orange-Nassau, June, COSTA, S. MKNDES DE, Amsterdam, made Knight of the Netherlands Lion, Aug. 31, HEER, J. DE, Eindhoven, created Knight, Aug. 31, HYMANS, H., The Hague, made officer Order Orange-Nassau, Aug. 31, KATTENBURG, M. L., Rotterdam, appointed by Queen, Chevalier of the Order of Orange-Nassau, November, MAY, PAUL, Amsterdam, made Knight of Netherlands Lion, Aug. 31, MENKO, S. I\\, Emschede, made Officer of the Order Orange-Nassau, Aug. 31, MIRANDA, S. R. DE, Amsterdam, re-elected Alderman, Aug. 31, MONASCH, J. 'S Hertogenbosch, created Knight of the Order Orange- Nassau, Aug. 31, PEREIRA, S. A. RODRIGUES, Amsterdam, elected Chief Rabbi at The Hague, December, POLAK, E., Amsterdam, elected Alderman, Aug. 31, SIMMONS, B., Amsterdam, made Commander of Order Orange- Nassau, Aug. 31, SPANJAARD, J., made Officer of the Order Orange-Nassau, Aug. 31, STERKE, L. J. DE, made Officer of the Order Orange-Nassau, Aug. 31, VAN WEZEL, A. S., Amsterdam, receives from France posthumous title of Knight of the Legion of Honor, July,. VEGA, E. A., Amsterdam, receives gold medal of the Order Orange- Nassau, August, 31, VISSCHER, L. E., Amsterdam, made Knight of the Netherlands Lion, Aug. 31, Vos, H. J., Amsterdam, re-elected Alderman, Aug. 31, WOLFF, J., present Concul-General in Berlin, made Officer of Order Orange-Nassau, Aug. 31, WOLFF, M., Haarlem, created Knight, August, 31, PALESTINE CHAIKIN, BENJAMIN, Jerusalem, elected Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects. March, 1924.

17 A SURVEY OF THE YEAR HADEF, ZAKI, appointed temporary Mayor of Tiberias, October, HYAMSON, ALBERT M., Jerusalem, appointed director of the Palestine Immigration Bureau, October, KALVERISKY, C. M., Jerusalem, appointed member of the Advisory Council, June, SAMUEL, EDWIN, Jerusalem, appointed Chief Clerk of the Government, May, YELLIN, DAVID, Jerusalem, appointed member of the Advisory Council, June, POLAND ALERHAND, MOSES, professor, Lemberg, elected by the Sejm a member of the Supreme Court, March, AUERBACH, -, appointed Chevalier of the Legion of Honor of France, August, GEISLER, MEIR, (soldier), Lodz, decorated for bravery, August, GOLDMAN,, (soldier), Lodz, decorated for bravery, August, NUSSBAUM, HENRIK, Warsaw, appointed by President, Honorary Professor to Medical Faculty of the University of Warsaw, November, ORNSTEIN, MME. F., poetess, Warsaw, presented with double War Cross decoration by the President of the Republic in recognition of her services in the liberation of Poland, October, ROUMANIA DACASTO,, Bucharest, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor of France, August, HACHMANN,, Czernowitz, elected to the Senate of the University, August, SWITZERLAND FARBSTEIN, D., Zurich, re-elected Judge of the Court of Cassation, June, GINSBURGER, ERNEST, Geneva, appointed Chief Rabbi of Belgium, January, KETTEN, LEOPOLD, Geneva, appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor, of France, August, MAMELOK, A., Zurich, re-elected Chief Judge of the Zurich Canton for six years, June,

18 146 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK APPENDIX III BEQUESTS AND GIFTS UNITED STATES MARCH. Cincinnati: Mrs. Myer Oettinger, donates $10,000 to Jewish Hospital in celebration of seventieth birthday. APRIL. New York City: Harry Ackerland, bequeaths $20,000 to charitable organizations. Pittsburgh, Pa.: Isaac W. Frank, establishes a trust fund of $200,000, the income of which is to be transmitted to the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of Pittsburgh, semi-annually, beginning as of Oct. 1, 1923, during the lifetime of donor. New York City: Lucius N. Littauer, donates $50,000 to Nathan Littauer Hospital, < iloversville, N. Y. Cincinnati, O., Mrs. Joseph Ransohoff gives $10,000 to the Jewish Hospital in memory of her husband Philadelphia, Pa.: Mayer Sulzberger bequeaths estate to his brother at whose death $48,000 is to be left to charitable and educational institutions; leaves library to the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Dropsie College and other institutions and $10,000 to be willed to the Jewish Publication Society by his brother Joseph E. Sulzberger and recorded in name of Mayer Sulzberger. MAY. New York City, Harry Fischel gives official residence the Palestine Chief Rabbi, at Jerusalem, opened on May 27, 1923 Mrs. Hannah Heyman bequeaths $550,000 to thirty-two institutions Salomon C. Loewenstein bequeathes $19,000 to sixteen charitable and religious organizations. Louis Marshall gives $10,000 toward fund for purchase of Elkan N. Adler library, for the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Philadelphia, Pa.: Jules E. Mastbaum, gives $5,000 toward fund for purchase of Elkan N. Adler library, for the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. New York City: Nathan Miller donates $5,000 towards fund for purchase of Elkan N. Adler library, for the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Marx Ottinger, bequeaths $10,000 to eleven Jewish institutions. San Francisco, Cal.: Adolph Rosenberg, bequeaths trust fund of $100,000 to be distributed by his brother to charities, and $10,000 to the Federation of Jewish Charities of San Francisco. New York City: Mortimer Schiff, gives $50,000 toward fund for purchase of Elkan N. Adler library, for the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Portland, Ore.: Ben Selling, on occasion of seventy-first birthday gives $10,000 for Jewish war orphans to the American Jewish Relief Committee. New York City: Byron L. Strasburger, bequeaths $22,000 to Jewish and $2,000 to non- Jewish charities. Felix M., Warburg, gives $10,000 toward fund for purchase of Elkan N. Adler library, for the Jewish Theological Seminary of America; $10,000 to Chaim Weizmann, for the Jerusalem University Fund. Detroit, Mich.: Leopold Wineman, bequeaths $15,000 to Jewish charities.

19 A SURVEY OF THE YEAR JCNE. New York City: Mrs. William Bamberger, gives $10,000 to the Eagleville Sanatorium, Philadelphia, Pa., for erection of a cottage in memory of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bloch. Cleveland, 0. r Hattie Braham, bequeaths $13,400 to Jewish chanty. Newark, N. J.: David Grotta, gives 20,000,000 marks to Burgsteinfurt, Westphalia, Germany, for creation of a community center. New York City: Julius Janowitz, bequeaths $10,000 to National Farm School. Eleanor von Koppenfels, bequeaths $25,000 to Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Henry Morgehthau, gives $15,000 to establish a scholarship to enable a graduate of Hebrew Union College to pursue rabbinical studies abroad. Pittsburgh, Pa.: Oscar Simon bequeaths $28,000 to local Jewish charities Philadelphia, Pa.: Edward Stern, bequeaths $17,200 to Jewish charity and $400 to other charities in Philadelphia. Williamsport, Pa.: Rosetta M. Ulman, bequeaths $45,000. to the National Farm School for erection of a memorial dormitory, and an additional $24,000 to become due after the death of certain life beneficiaries; $25,000 to the Philadelphia Jewish Hospital, and $109,500 to various charitable institutions in Williamsport. JULY. New York City,: Emil V. Kohnstamm, bequeaths $27,000 to Jewish charity. New Orleans, La.: Mrs. E. Rosenberg, donates swimming pool "to children of New Orleans" as memorial to her husband. New York City: Mortimer L. Schiff gives $48,000 for extension of work of Boy Scouts of America. AUGUST. San Francisco, Cal.: Aaron A. Alper, bequeaths $200,000 for charities in Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles and San Francisco. New York City: David Ansbacher, gives $25,000 to the Beth Israel Hospital for laboratory experimentation. New York City: A. L. P. Barnett, bequeaths $13,000 to Jewish charities. Chicago, 111.: Levy Mayer, bequeaths $100,000 to be distributed by his executors within two years among Chicago charities. New York City: Abraham Stein, bequeaths $15,000 to charity Nathan Straus, gives $10,000 to the Palestine Development Council, and $10,000 to Hadassah for milk stations in Palestine. SEPTEMBER. New York City. Joseph D. Bookstaver, establishes fund at New York University in memory of parents, to enable ten students yearly to take a course in life insurance training at the School of Commerce of the University. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Jonas, give Jay Seth Jonas Park to Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn, in memory of son. Philadelphia, Pa.:Mrs. Harry J.Miller gives $50,000for community center for B 'nai Jeshurun Congregation, to be known as the Harry Miller Community Centre. New York City, Elkan Naumberg, gives new bandstand for the Mall of Central Park. OCTOBER. New York City: Harry Ackerland, bequeaths $20,000 to Jewish charitable organizations in Cincinnati, O. Atlantic City, N. J.: Family of Bachrach give home for crippled children on occasion of fiftieth anniversary of Mr. Harry Bachrach. Philadelphia, Pa.:

20 148 AMERICAN JEWISH YEAR BOOK Bernard and Arthur Bloch, give $10,000 to the Eagleville Sanatorium for Consumptives in memory of their parents. New York City, Benjamin Block, gives $25,000 to Central and Free Synagogue for erecting a chapel at the Westchester Hills Cemetery of the Synagogue, in memory of his wife. George Blumenthal, gives 250,000 francs to University of Paris. Louis J. Firuski, bequeaths $25,000 to Brooklyn Hebrew Orphan Asylum. Philadelphia, Pa.: Mrs. Louis Fleisher, bequeaths $10,000 to Rebecca Gratz Club. William Gross, bequeaths $60,000 to the Federation of Jewish Charities, $110,000 to the Sheltering Home for the Homeless and Aged and $10,000 to the Pennsylvania Hospital. New York City.: William B. Kaufman, bequeaths $535,318 to the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies of New York. Daniel Kops, bequeaths $37,000 to Jewish charites. Waldemar Kops, and Helen Glauber Kops, give $25,000 in memory of father, Daniel Kops, to Central and Free Synagogue, to be used as nucleus of fund for building a permanent synagogue. Henrietta Littman, bequeaths $43,500 to local Jewish charities. Chicago, 111.: Mrs. Rachel Mayer gives $500,000 from estate of Levy Mayer for new law school of Northwestern University, Chicago. New York City: I. L. Phillips gives $50,000 to Beth Israel Hospital as memorial to father Moses Phillips Chicago, 111.: Julius Rosenwald contributes $100,000 to the fund of the American Committee for the Relief of German Children. Muskogee, Okla.: Alexander Sondheimer, bequeaths estate to charity in trust of for twenty-five years after which $50,000 shall be given to Beth Ahaba Congregation and $400,000 to general local charities. Philadelphia, Pa.: Jacob A. Spitzer bequeaths $35,000 to Federation of Jewish Charities. Atlantic City, N. J.: Mrs. Fannie Teller, bequeaths estate valued at $20,000 to Eagleville Sanatorium, and the proceeds of sale of personal property to be divided between Jewish Foster Home and Young Women's Union. New York City: Mrs. Emma Stern Wertheim and children, gives $100,000 to Harvard University for endowment of the Jacob Wertheim Research Fellowship for the purpose of fostering better relations between capital and labor. NOVEMBER. Manchester, N. H.: E. Chase, gives $10,000 to the Jewish Theological Seminary Endowment Fund. Newark, N. J.: F. Fuld, gives $10,000 to the Jewish Theological Seminary Endowment Fund. Everett, Mass.: Israel I. Gottsfield, bequeaths estate valued at $40,000 to charity. San Francisco, Cal.: Mrs. Abraham Haas and family, gives $25,000 as additional gift to Abraham Haas Memorial Fund to encourage Jewish agricultural work, $15,000 given now and additional $10,000 to be paid on January 1, Chicago, 111.: Mr. and Mrs. John Hertz, gives $30,000 for establishment of a fellowship for the Michael Reese Hospital. Albert Kuppenheimer, gives $50,000 for establishment of a research fund for the Michael Rees Hospital. New York City: Louis T. Lehmeyer, bequeaths $75,000 to the Town of Mainz to be distributed to orphan asylums, hospitals, and homes, for the poor

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