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0276

March 1923
Minutes

Sacramento, Cal. Mar 1
At a meeting of the Board of Congregation "B'nai
Israel held at the Temple, the follow resolutions were
adopted:

Whereas, it has pleased "God" in his infinite wisdom to
take from our midst our friend & highly esteemed member

LEON SALOMON

& Whereas, he has faithfully served our Congregation as
secretary for over twenty-five years, & has been one of
the oldest members, and

Whereas, as a member of the Board, his efforts have
always been marked by a spirit of devotion & intelligent
judgement, therefore be it

Resolved, that we herby express our sincere sympathy
to the bereaved family, & be it further

Resolved, that as a token of our appreciation of his
fine character and of the value of his services to the
Congregation "Bnai Israel" - that his name be inscribed on the
Memorial Tablet in the Temple; and be it further

Resolved, That a copy of these Resolutions be sent
to the family, & a copy of the same be inscribed
in the minutes of the Congregation.

H. J. Litzberg
Temp. Secy.

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March 1923
Minutes

Sacramento, Cal. Mar 1
At a meeting of the Board of Congregation "B ai
Israel held at the Temple, the follow resolutions were
adopted:
Whereas, it has pleased "God" in his infinite wisdom to
take from our midst our friend & highly esteemed member
LEON SALOMON
& Whereas, he has faithfully served our Congregation as
secretary for over twenty-five years, & has been one of
the oldest members, and
Whereas, as a member of the Board, his efforts have
always been marked by a spirit of devotion & intelligent
judgement, therefore be it
Resolved, that we herby express our sincere sympathy
to the bereaved family, & be it further
Resolved, that as a token of our appreciation of his
fine character and of the value of his services to the
Congregation "Bnai Israel" - that his name be inscribed on the
Memorial Tablet in the Temple; and be it further
Resolved, That a copy of the Resolutions be sent
to the family, & a copy of the same be inscribed
in the minutes of the Congregation.
H J. Litzberg
Temp Secy