These were each represented by a seat on the town council. The kehillah was responsible for the synagogue and the house of study. It was responsible for the rabbi, the beadle, a secretary and an employee whose job it was to distribute administrative mail and deposit taxes. Services were held in the synagogue only on Sabbath, on holy days and on the occasion of exceptional national ceremonies. The rest of the time, we used the house of study, where services began very early. The workmen would come to pray there before beginning their long day of toil. The kehillah took particular interest in the proper running of the cheder. As soon as they reached the age of three or four, little boys began courses of religious instruction and Yiddish. The great majority of Ozarow Jews had absolutely no means to pay for the education of their young children.
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By Abe Hawken For Mailonline. Mr Justice Keehan pictured made an appeal for help to find the three children on Tuesday. Two little girls and a year-boy who vanished after social workers raised welfare concerns have been taken out of Britain by a relative despite ports being put on alert, a High Court judge was told. The judge, who is analysing the case at hearings in the Family Division of the High Court, said he was 'very seriously concerned', particularly about eight-month-old Rose.
I was involved in a motor vehicle accident near my house at involving the Nazi war vehicles. Perhaps it is because the Nazis may have mistaken as an Aryan girl that they took me to hospital where I spent a day. The same day the Nazis assembled all the Jewish males into the Synagogue. I was with a group of other children standing opposite the Synagogue, we were all afraid at what we were seeing. We observed the Nazis beating people and there were many cries of pain and weeping. The Nazi soldiers pointed their automatic rifles at windows and doors not permitting anyone to leave. I pleaded with one of the Nazi soldiers to free my father Fajwel Milewski who lost a hand during service in the Polish military 1st World War but he ignored me. It was spring around March they organised a ghetto in Lowicz. Our family was ordered into a leather shop, the owner of which lived upstairsh however we were placed in the shop.