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Deborah Gordon at May 14, 2024 05:53 PM

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Sacramento, April 28th, 1898

The Board of Officers of the Congregation B'nai
Israel met at the synagogue at 8 P.M.
Mr. L. Heilbron, Vice President, presiding.
At roll call Mr. Albert Elkus, President, Mr.
Sam Lavenson, Trustee, Emil Steinman, Treasurer,
and H. Weinstock, School Director, noted absent.

Minutes of last meeting read and approved.

The committee on building in relation to the
painting of the synagogue reported progress
and was granted further time.

On motion of Mr. J. Ginsberg the Secretary was
instructed to communicate with the Rabbi
that it is the request of the Board that he read
all the Hebrew in the Union prayer book on Sabbath and Holidays belonging
to such services.

On motion it was ordered that the collector be
instructed to have the incandescent lights
tested every Friday not later than 10 o'clock A.M.
and if anything is wrong to have same attended
to by the company.

The building committee was requested to ascertain
the cost of having the balance of the building
wired where gas is consumed at present and
report at next meeting.

The Secretary was instructed to communicate
with the President, Mr. Albert Elkus, and the
Treasurer, Mr. Emil Steinman, that the
Board requires a report in relation to the
donation of Mr. C.P. Nathan.

The Secretary was instructed to notify
Mr. Albert Elkus, President, to carry out

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Sacramento, April 28th, 1898

The Board of Officers of the Congregation B'nai
Israel met at the synagogue at 8 P.M.
Mr. L. Heilbron, Vice President, presiding.
At roll call Mr. Albert Elkus, President, Mr.
Sam Lavenson, Trustee, Emil Steinman, Treasurer,
and H. Weinstock, School Director, noted absent.

Minutes of last meeting read and approved.

The committee on building in relation to the
painting of the synagogue reported progress
and was granted further time.

On motion of Mr. J. Ginsberg the Secretary was
instructed to communicate with the Rabbi
that it is the request of the Board that he read
all the Hebrew in the Union prayer book on Sabbath and Holidays belonging
to such services.

On motion it was ordered that the collector be
instructed to have the incandescent lights
tested every Friday not later than 10 o'clock A.M.
and if anything is wrong to have same attended
to by the company.

The building committee was requested to ascertain
the cost of having the balance of the building
wired where gas is consumed at present and
report at next meeting.

The Secretary was instructed to communicate
with the President, Mr. Albert Elkus, and the
Treasurer, Mr. Emil Steinman, that the
Board requires a report in relation to the
donation of Mr. C.P. Nathan.

The Secretary was instructed to notify
Mr. Albert Elkus, President, to carry out