Yad Chorutzim-TiferethIsrael‘North Avondale Synagogue’Presentation by Ray WarrenJCGC Board Meeting – June 2011
North Avondale SynagogueNorth Avondale SynagogueThen and NowThen and Now3870 Reading RoadFrom: http://www.americansynagogu...
HistoryHistory• Merger of Yad Charutzim and Tifereth Israel~1945• Yad Charutzim (Haruzim)organized before 1894• Tifereth I...
Other Google EntriesOther Google EntriesFrom: Biographical Sketches of Rabbis and Cantors in the U.S. 1903  Lasker-LyonsFr...
CemeteryCemetery• Each synagogue maintained its own cemetery• ~100 years old• Merger created a huge lot ~1/2 sq mile.• Par...
Yad CharutzimYad CharutzimOldest stones from 1918• Mary Meyers: My homemaker, Miriam Meyersdied 27th Cheshvan, 26 years ol...
Tifereth IsraelTifereth IsraelOldest stones from 1917-18• Harris Kinsler: Reb Izal Hersh son of Jacob Leibdied 7th Iyar• A...
Rabbi KalchmanRabbi of North Avondale (1945-1964)(Greg Spitz, grandson)‘Rabbi Yissocher Dov son ofRabbi and judge Menecham...
• Thanks to Paul Nathan and Greg Spitz
• Thanks to Paul Nathan and Greg Spitz
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North Avondale Cemetery - Jewish Cemeteries of Greater Cincinnati

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A historical presentation of North Avondale Cemetery in Cincinnati, OH.

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North Avondale Cemetery - Jewish Cemeteries of Greater Cincinnati

  1. 1. Yad Chorutzim-TiferethIsrael‘North Avondale Synagogue’Presentation by Ray WarrenJCGC Board Meeting – June 2011
  2. 2. North Avondale SynagogueNorth Avondale SynagogueThen and NowThen and Now3870 Reading RoadFrom: http://www.americansynagoguearchitecture.com/OhioSamplePage.htm
  3. 3. HistoryHistory• Merger of Yad Charutzim and Tifereth Israel~1945• Yad Charutzim (Haruzim)organized before 1894• Tifereth Israel (Walnut Hills),‘Artisans Shul’ organized 1906• Furnishings• Theater-style seats from Al Harris• Stained Glass from Stillpass FamilyZionist Meetings inZionist Meetings inCincinnati!!Cincinnati!!Note: Maccabaean is journal ofFederation of American Zionists (1896),forerunner of Zionist Org America
  4. 4. Other Google EntriesOther Google EntriesFrom: Biographical Sketches of Rabbis and Cantors in the U.S. 1903  Lasker-LyonsFrom: 1919-1920 American Jewish Yearbook
  5. 5. CemeteryCemetery• Each synagogue maintained its own cemetery• ~100 years old• Merger created a huge lot ~1/2 sq mile.• Parcels sold (?) to New Hope and Northern Hills Synagogues• Bernard Schwartz established cemetery fund tomaintain site with excess funds supporting thesynagogue.• For the last 20 years, cemetery maintained by Paul Nathan• Funds deposited with JCGC
  6. 6. Yad CharutzimYad CharutzimOldest stones from 1918• Mary Meyers: My homemaker, Miriam Meyersdied 27th Cheshvan, 26 years old.No traditional Jewish name, i.e., daughter of ...• Louis Shockler: A simple and sweet man, RebEliezer son of Reb Ari Zvi died 20th Elul.Chapel built byKoeningsbergFamily
  7. 7. Tifereth IsraelTifereth IsraelOldest stones from 1917-18• Harris Kinsler: Reb Izal Hersh son of Jacob Leibdied 7th Iyar• Abraham Block: Abraham Aaron son of ZviPinchas HaKohane, died 17th Kislev
  8. 8. Rabbi KalchmanRabbi of North Avondale (1945-1964)(Greg Spitz, grandson)‘Rabbi Yissocher Dov son ofRabbi and judge MenechamManish, KalchmanBorn 21 Sivan 5658, died 6Kislev 5727.Rabbi and increaser ofTorah for 45 years in Israel.Rabbi of Yad CharutzimTifereth Israel for 19years.Seeker of the Torah ofHashem. He emersedhimself in Torah day andnight.’
  9. 9. • Thanks to Paul Nathan and Greg Spitz
  10. 10. • Thanks to Paul Nathan and Greg Spitz

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