Jewish Chronicle, 15 December 1939
For the first time in the history of the Lancashire town
of Fleetwood a service was held there on Saturday and was
conducted by the Rev. I. Goodman. Services will be held
regularly for Jewish evacuees and others under the auspices
of the Manchester Talmud Torah Schools.
Jewish Chronicle, 23 February 1940
The appointment of the Rev. L N. Goodman as Minister
and Secretary to the Fleetwood Hebrew Congregation was
confirmed by Mr. L. Hibbert, the President at a meeting
held recently at the Mount Road Institute, which is being
used as a place of worship. All communications should be
addressed to 59, Bold Street, Fleetwood.
Jewish Chronicle, 1 November 1940
A tea was recently provided for local and evacuee children
by Mesdames Shalyt, Dunn, Maurice, and Goldberg, of Salford. It followed a service in the Synagogue conducted by
the Rev. I. N. Goodman and was held in the Sunday School of the local Methodist Church, by permission of the Vicar..
Jewish Chronicle, 20 December 1940
Thanks to the efforts of the Rev. Dr. L W. Slotki, all the
London Jewish evacuees in Fleetwood are now receiving
Hebrew instruction in the schools they attend.
Dr. Slotki obtained this privilege for the Manchester and Salford
children about a year ago and this has now been extended to the London children
after an interview with the Director of Education for Lancashire. Divine service
for the Manchester and Salford and London evacuees are held every Saturday under
the auspices of the Manchester Talmud Torah Schools at the Men's Fireside, Mount
Jewish Chronicle, 30 July 1943
The Rev. Dr. I. W. Slotki
visited, last week, the reception areas of Fleetwood,
Cleveleys, and Norbreck, where he inspected the
schools in which Hebrew instruction is given by
teachers of the Hebrew Education Board for the
Manchester area. Dr. Slotki was able to secure the
introduction of Hebrew instruction for the Jewish
children attending Highfield College.
[Rev. Slotki was then director of education at the Manchester Talmud Torah.]
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