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Part of Kentucky Works Progress Administration Publications

- 1 - CHRISTIAN COUNTY CIVILIAN ORGANIZATIONS ADATH ISRAEL JEWISH TEMPLE, East Sixth Street, Hopkinsville. Founded 1924. President, Jake Sable,Eighth.and Bethel Streets, Hopkinsville. Telephone 112. Secretary, Mose Kline, Sixth and Main Streets, Hopkinsville. Telephone 1495. Terms expire October, 1942. Nembership; 12. Open to any Jew or person of Jewish faith. Committees; None reported. Purpose: Religious worship, social service and fellowship. A Normal Civic Activities; Cooperating with Red Cross. Defense Activities; Engaged In Recreation, Interested In Teaching Americanization Classes for Aliens and Others. Local Publication; None. AMERICAN LEGION, HOPKINSVILLE(Department of Kentucky and National American Legion), 812 East Twelfth Street, Hopkinsville. Founded 1919. Commander, P. C. Redd, Bryan Street, Hopkinsville, Adjutant, Herndon Waller, 1412 Bethel Street, Hopkinsville, Telephone 446-W. Term expire June, 1942. Treasurer, Carl Williams, Sixth and Main Streets, Hopkinsville. Telephone 6ll.Terms Indefinite. Membership; 91. Open to veterans of World War l with honorable discharge. Committees; U S O Drive, Charles D. Shanklin, 907 South Lain Street; Americanism, Robert Sapinsky, South Main Street, both of Hopkinsville. Purpose; Defense of America, care of disabled veterans. Norman Civic Activities;Sponscring a boy Scout Troop, aiding in operation of U S O. Defense Activities; Interested In Air Raid Warden Service, Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection, Salvage Demol- ition Service, Ambulance Service, Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals, Entertainment, Recrea- tion, Teaching Americanization Classes for Aliens and Others, Con- sumer Protection Activities. Local Publication; None.