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THE DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE

PAGE TWELVE



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SAM LEVISON, Mgr.

At its last meeting the Zionist Executive Committee decided to open a
continental office. It will be located in Berlin and will be under the leader-
ship of the well-known European leaders, Hantke and Berger.

Remember--

Jewish refugee, in Russia are reaching Riga in vast numbers. NN Ain
the last few slays seventeen heavy wagonloads of Jewish families are reported
to have arrived there.

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a Used Car is
only as good as
the firm you do
business with

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K! 4EIN & LEITNER

The first Hebrew National Assembly, to which delegates throughout
Palestine have already been elected, will meet during the early part of
September, according to an announcement just issued.





To honor the memory of Jews who fell victims to the 'lordly regime,
Hungarian Jews will devote the 5th of September to special services in all
synagogues, says a dispatch received from the Hungarian capital.

RESTAURANT

Dr. Simon Baruch, the father of the well-known Jewish financier, Ber-
nard NI. Baruch, of New York City, celebrated his eightieth birthday. Dr.
Baruch was with the Confederate forces as a surgeon.



Re e. William Armhold, who for something like half a century was the
Cantor of the Keneseth Israel Congregation of Philadelphia, celelirated his
ninety-first birthday on June 17th, at the Nixon Apartments, Atlantic City,
here he is living with his daughter. !Slits Nettie .Nrinhold.

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A commission has been a ppointed to examine laws in New York State
relating to child welfare. Sophie Irene Loeb, of New York City, and
M r. Irving J. Goldsmith, of Saratoga Springs, are members of the com-
mission.

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A cabled announcement received from Loudon states that
May, eldest daughter of Solomon R. liuggenheim, one of the leading mem-
bers of the Guggenheim family, is engaged to Viscount Arthur Stewart, of
London.





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Edward N. Barnard was former
Prosecuting Attorney of Kent
County, Grand Rapids.

Ile is young and aggressive. a
thorough lawyer, an authority on
criminal law, and such a man as
this county certainly needs.

Phones West 28 West 139 West 4340

Mr. Barnard has tried many of
the moat Important and well
known criminal and civil eased
In this State.

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He successfully conducted the
Grand Rapids civic investigation.
causing thousands of dollars to be
returned to the city's treasury.
Mr. Barnard has never failed In
a single murder case to acquit
when he defended, or to convict
when he prosecuted.

WEST WARREN FRONTAGE

The county needs a man, not to
hold the other., but to Oil It.

We Specialize In West Warren Business Property.

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lie will conduct the trial of for
portant eases personally.

Ile will appoint a lady attorney
as one of his assistants to deal
with matters of her own sex.
The word - Private" will be re
moved from the time of the Prose-

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What Do You Know About Lumber?

When you want information concerning the proper
I material to use for building, talk to the lumberman in
your neighborhood. Visit the lumber exhibit on display
at the office of the

DETROIT LUMBER DEALERS ASS'N.

700 Vinton Bldg.

114 Woodward

The Joint Foreign Cononittee of organized Anglo-Jewry has made public
an official statement by Starinkewitch, Minister of Justice with Admiral
Kolchak's government, in which he emphatically deities that any Jews par-
ticipated in the murder of the Czar or his family. The committee also
quotes a report which recently appeared in the Russian publication, l'ravda,
substantiating the Minister's contention


Samuel Rzeszewsky, the youthful chess player who has astounded the
continent and has become the idol of Parisian chess fans, is at present on a
visit in London, where he has issued a challenge to the two world cham-
pions. Lasker and Capahlanca. Samuel, who is not yet ten years old, is of
Jewish origin, born in Poland, and as a master of chest warfare is the
marvel of his adult contemporaries.







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Barnard

Canoldate for Nomination for
the Office of

Prosecuting Attorney

on the
Republican Ticket
Primaries, August 31st.

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When Detroit

Was a Village

When Detroit's oldest residents
were but children—before most of
us were born—in the old pioneer
days before telephones, gas or elec-
tricity came into use, this bank was
an established institution—an im-
portant factor in the financial and
inudstrial !fie of old Detroit.
That was long before the Civil War--and, Just as
Detroit has grown from a trading post to the auto-
mobile center of the world, so has this bang grown
in service and resources,

Miss Dora Palkin, a native of Connecticut, now practicing law in NVash-
ington. has gained the distinction of being the youngest woman admitted to
practice in the United States Supreme Court. She graduated from a Wash-
ington law school in 1916 and, though only 24 years old now, she served
during the war on the legal advisory council which rendered advice to hun-
dred,: of draft men. For some years also she has been the legal adviser of
the Associated Charities.

• • • •

A great celebration was held recently in Salt Lake City for general
rejoicing over the recent decision of the l'eace Conference to end Turkish
misrule in the Holy Land and to restore l'alestine to the world as a Jewish
national homeland. United States Senator Reed Smoot, Governor Ilamber-
ger and other officials were invited to speak. B. L. Liberman pretideul. The
celebration was under the auspices of the Palestine Restoration Fund Com-
mittee of Salt Lake. of which ('resident Heber 3. Grant, B. L. Liberman,
Simon Shapiro, Harry Yates, J. Rosenthal, Fred Pepper and M. J. Moss are
active members.



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King George has conferred the honor of knighthood on Herbert Louis
Samuel, recently appointed High Commissioner to Palestine. Herbert L.
Samuel has held many high positions in the British government. lie has
been Secretary for Horne Affairs, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster,
Postmaster-General and President of the local Government Board. He was
British Special Commissioner to Belgium in 1919.



The degree of Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, has
been bestowed for the first time upon a Jewish woman, Muriel Elsie Landau.
This honor marks the highest point attained by her in a seven-year career
conspicuous for its brilliant successes. She has received many important
medical appointments and a number of valuable scholarships. She is a sister
of Annie Landau, head of the Evelina de Rothschild School in Jerusalem.







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Detroit

Miss Fannie Pinkus, of 98 North Third street, Paterson, N. J., was in
Atlantic City in an effort In find her brother, Abe E. Pinkus, 17, who dis-
appriired from his home in Paterson last September. The boy left home in
company with Abe Notkowitz, of the same age. The Noskowitz boy's
mother is seriously ill, and an effort it also being made to fund him. She was
accompanied by her niece and aunt from San Francisco, who are aiding in
the search for the two boys.




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Rabbi Samuel F. Kaplan, of New York, has accepted the call from
Temple Beth Israel congregation in Meridian, Miss., to succeed to the
vacancy created by the resignation of Rabbi .Nbrani Brill, who accepted a
call to Shreveport, La., and will begin his duties fn Meridian about Sep-
tember 1.


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A NVarsaw dispatch stales that at a result of the efforts of the represen-
tatives of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigration Aid Society of America
thousands of Jewish refugees from occupied territory have been allowed to
proceed to Danzig with the understanding that they will have their pass-
ports vised. there and will proceed to America.

• •

of Missouri, a member of the Children's Code Commission, which is to help
frame bills for the welfare of children in the state to be taken up by the
next Legislature for enactment. Nit.. Leonard, who is Superintendent of the
Jewish Educational and Charitable Association of St. Louis, has just returned
from Rumania, where he Was a representative of the Joint Distribution
Committee.



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Floyd Hickman's Superb Orchestra.

At a special meeting called by President Herman Lieberman, Joseph 11.
Stoltz ( II. U. '04) was elected Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congrega-
tion at Fort Smith, Ark. liabhi Stoltz is now minister of the Congregation
at Corsicana, Texas, where he has been doing excellent work. He is a
An Employees' Association, con.
native of Syracuse, N. Y., and a graduate of the State University of New
sitting of all technical workers who
York and the Chicago University, as well at of the Hebrew Union College.
receive monthly salaries, has been or-



ganized in Jerusalem.
()scar Leonard. of St.
has been appointed by Governor Gardner,

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Jewish workmen constructing a government road have come upon what
arc believed to he remnants of ancient Tiberias. The Jewish Exploration
Society has obtained the permission of the authorities to make further exca-
vations and thoroughly investigate the value of the new discovery.


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A report states that the Soviet government granted the Russian "(fund"
seven million roubles for Bolshevik propaganda in Lithuania, Poland and
Ukrania. Another report of the Times has it that 95 per cent of the officers
in the Red army are useless because they arc non-Jews and Jews are the
driving force of Bolshevik Russia.

• •

THOMAS J. DOYLE

BROADWAY

Second Floor B'nal B'rith Building

The Morning l'ost levels a fresh attack upon George Lansbury, the
editor of the local labor organ, the Daily Herald. The l'ost says that
Lansbury handed over his publication to a band of foreign Jews and is in
any event unworthy t o Ile a citizen of any civilized country.



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served at lunches and dinner, daily and Sundays.

Jewish physicians of Baltimore have organized themselves into all asso-
ciation for the promotion of the medical department of the University of
Jerusalem, A fund has been subscribed by the members for the purchase of
medical hook s for the use of the medical school of the Hebrew University.



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In memory of her late husband, Mrs. I. Loewenberg, authoress and civic
worker of San Francisco, Calif., has made donations to eleven local chari-
ties. The Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum, the Roman Catholic Orphan
Asylum and the Protestant Orphan Asylum head the list with $1,000 each.
Other beneficiaries are the San Bruno Community House, Ernanti-F.1 Sister-
hood, San Francisco Tuberculosis Association, San Francisco Association for
the Blind, Y. W. C. A., Salvation Army, Associated Charities and Happy
land Charities.

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Jewish immigrants continue to arrive through the port of New York.
The society's home at 229 East Broadway is crowded to its fullest capacity,
once more demonstrating the necessity of opening the new home, the Asto
Library Building, at 425-437 Lafayette street, New York, as soon as possible.
Harry Fischel, chairman of the building committee, is working very energet-
ically to bring about the early completion of the work of remodeling the
Astor Library Building, and Albert Rosenblatt, chairman of the building fun d
committee, is continuing his efforts to secure the necessary funds for the
purpose.

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In January, 1918, Frank Abramson, from Brooklyn, who was at that
Dine a corporal in the Marine Corps, leaped into the icy water, of New York
Bay and saved the life of a naval yeoman. As a sequel to this brave deed,
Mayor John F. flylan, New York City, presented Abramson with a medal.
This is the third United States Voluntary Life Saving Corps rn,/,1 which
Abramson has been awarded. At the time of the rescue, Abramson was
fully dressed in his military winter outfit. and
result of a chill which he
contracted from the plunge into the icy waters he has been permanently
crippled.




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Hon. Nathan Barnert, fe,tmer Mayor of Paterson, N. J, on August 3
presented the beautiful Asistand Homestead to the Daughters of Jacob, to be
used as a home. Mr. Barnert bought the mansion. together with twenty-
two city lots, for the Imrpose of making the presentation. Attorney-General
McCrann, of New Jersey, made the presentation speech. At the meeting
810,000 was contribut ed for the upkeep of the home. Mr. Barnert several
years ago prestnted the Barnert Memorial Temple to the Jews of Paterson.
Rabbi Harry R. Richmond is the present spiritual director.

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