Press Reports relating to the Barry Jewish
Jewish Chronicle, 8 October 1909, page 13
Barry Dock. At a meeting held last week, Mr. H. Hauser in the Chair, it was decided to form a congregation. The following were elected: Messrs. J. Janner, President; S. Freedman, treasurer; B. Janner, Hon. Secretary. Thanks were accorded Mr. J. Janner for having lent his premises for services held on the High Festivals, and for acting as Warden.
Barry Dock. Among the successful competitions at the annual Eisteddfod of the Barry section of the Cymrodorian Society, Sarah Janner, aged eleven, younger daughter of Mr. J. Janner, obtained the first prize for the Welsh recitation. Sixty-two English and Welsh children competed.
Barnett Janner, son of Mr J. Janner of Lombard House, Barry Dock, obtained BA degree at the recent examinations of the University of Wales.
‘Barry. A general meeting of the congregation was held last Sunday. The balance-sheet was adopted. It showed a surplus of over £7, with which it is proposed to purchase a Sefer Torah. Messrs. J. Janner was elected President; Mr. Abe Hauser, Treasurer; and Mr, Hyman Hauser, Hon. Secretary. Mr. Gaist presented a Mantle for the Scroll of the Law, and Mrs. H. Hauser presented a Silver Pointer in memory of her mother’.
Barnett Janner of High Street, Barry, son of J. Janner) was successful in the final examination of the In corporate Law Society, held in June.
Cardiff. At the annual meeting of the Daughters of Zion a’ hand-made Palestine lace afternoon cloth was presented to Mrs. J. Janner (Barry) … in appreciation of her work for the Zionist cause’.
‘BARRY. - Jewish Guest House opened near sea; moderate terms; every convenience.
Obituary of Joseph Janner [died in London 29 September, aged 68]. Before coming to London had been very active in Barry. Founder and for many years President of the Barry congregation and religiously orthodox. Until recently was Warden of the Poplar Associate Synagogue.
The Barry Herald attacked Jewish method of slaughter. Replied to in the paper by Rev H. Jerevitch (Cardiff) who inter alia congratulated the Barry Council on its decision to continue the Jewish method of slaughter at their abattoir with regard to animals slaughtered for Jewish consumption.
‘BARRY. - Board and residence, nr. sea, parks , etc.; lovely scenery; strictly
orthodox; dinners and teas povided -
Rev H. Jerevitch (Cardiff) addressed a crowded meeting recently at the Railwaymen’s Institute, Barry, on ‘What the World Should Learn from the Jew’.
After a lapse of twenty years, a Minyan has been formed in Barry. Services were held during the Holy-days at the residence of Mr. Samuel Kahn, 32, Romilly Park, and efforts will be made to hold Sabbath Service during the year’.
2Lt David Tack, only son of Mt & Mrs J. Tack of Finchley to Rita, elder daughter of Mr & Mrs Charles Dancig of Barry.
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