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December 17, 1920 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1920-12-17

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AllIellealf ffewith Pedallleal Cotter



et RON

Hermann Hoexter to
$3,125,000 Voted
For Jewish Relief Lecture At Concerts *animal Notrs Cholem
For Young People
Joint Distribution Committee


Jews in
Soviet Russia

One of the most successful dancing
WHAT is happening to the Jews in
parties given in Saginaw in sooty time
/ Soviet Russia? is a question which
First of Series of Educationar Con. was that given Thursday evening in
is often asked, and conflicting replit
the banquet hall of the Auditorium
cents by Symphony, Satureay.
Rapid progress is being made in the
given. It is as difficult to answer
by the Auxilialy of the
Israel rehearsals of "The Chatterbox," the
December 11th .
Dancing was enjoyed musical comedy to be staged by Blew as is the major question: AN'hat
YORK—The sum of $3.125.-
rte Soviet Russia
A ccrd
from 9 to 12 by a large crowd. There u i k. n , J unior , al Orchestra Ilan
000. the largest ever appropriated at
Saturday morning. bey. Is, at 11 1 :30
trig to the re ports Jews eat,. s uff
many out-of-town guests.
• figle meeting by a strictly charit- o'clock, the first of a seek a of the
Sunday evening. Feb. 27.
aid, o rganization, was voted for J ew . educational ouneerts especially ar-
I A. H. Searl of Northern High Sehool have b een I h r victims o fit„1„1„.,,,,,
id \Aar Relief in Europe by the
During intermission little linden is directing the work of the principals outrages.
According to other de-
1.•••• Distribution Committee of the ranged for yoang people will no ylvon Seitner entertained the guests In In the cast, Willi
Searl as Ins as- counts they are well-treated and are
\ rican Funds for Jewish Ay, at Orchestra Hull by the Detroit dancing a "Grecian Spring" dance inn sistant in charge Mrs.
of the chorus. Nor- free from the terror of pogroms. \\that

Cr., of which Erlix NI. NN'arburg Symphony Orchestra.
costume and responded generously to inan Snider and Mts. Gertrude tar- is the truth as to the control and di-
An Interesting feature of those alt encore. The success 01 the part y
, ■ 1,11- 111:111 at a recent nieetine at
intoning concerts will Is• a nandwr in large measure is due to the efforts tion, are responsible for the moot- and rection of attains in Russia by the
Ind Hotel Pennsylvania.
Jews? Are they the masters of the
made of Illustrated talks to be given by of Mrs. li. I. Rosenberg, president of
rune appropriations
the lines. respectively. both of which whole Bolshevist regime oh is this
snom less than twenty-four hours of Mr. Herniann Booster. manned lee- the Auxiliary.
are said to be extreniely clever pieces merely a legend. Here, again, the
the arrival of Ideutem A James liver Miring the centerta. Air. Hues-
of work. Assisting in the production most diverse reports are prevalent
Id.10r, director general of the etim-
ter will explain gat' history of the
Nlis• Bertha Schuman, of Seattle of the play are Nlannie Stein, who will and it seems difficult to get ;it the
y •••,.•'• relief work abroad. tell° ren- composition
• illustrating the thetas at NYasli . who has been the guest of he stage Manager anti property man truth. :\ ce online 11 som•, the whole
d, I a his report of conditions in the piano .
NIrs. Chas Nthrientlial, 705 So. \Vasil- Harry Satov,ky, chairman 1,1 commit of the Soria Government ill Russia
ape and of the results of a con-
Pm 111• first concert Mr. lloertor ington avenue for the past two weeks tee on arrangements; NI NI. Rosen : is being carried on by Jews. Accord-
e ledd in Vienna ten days ago
departed During her stay in ti l)ta
(i " tCm
Ihe committee's representatives will emphasize the string+, the fol-
Saginaw, Miss SChliniall was the guest
it and
in. , every part of Central and East- lowing program !wing arranged for of honor at many delightful functions
that purposei
on Europe and Palestine.
Shia Florence Beckman and Miss
are merely there because
Among those taking Promiuelrt pants
lie committee voted the ?mow,' 1. Prelude to "Lohengrin." Wagner.
ca ,,, art• it c .„ ‘ ,.
Marie Ilerkell were the guests of Mrs iii
they are the only educated element in
elan ii is to cover actual relief opera- 1. Andante Cantabile, for strIngs
II. I. Rosenberg for the past week.
the country. For the purpose of (m-
alls, Drapkin, Ifolon
tine, ugly until July 1 next without
firdy. Taehalkowaki.
an gr,ti o
„.ets• letticmi ad taitytt.. sotto, tit uiti.„ of .ttilic rosie,
Ilan mg the cash actually in the treas-
front Natoma,
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Greenbaum
Ma urice
on. but the members pledged them-
Chronicle sought an interview
have retuned from a week's visit in Sol Saranoff and MM. a Gordon. Rase
•elies individually and collectively to
7mieback, Willi known soprano. will with 1)r. L. Iladen Guest, 1..C.C.,,re-
ihe raising of the entire sum. Some
cently rt•turntai from Russia, which
id the men, in addition to Mr. NN'ar-
rend•r several selected numbers.
he nsittal as a member of a Labor
burg. who made this pledge, were
Nlias Dora Linick entertained tilt
Led: Marshall, Itr. Cyrus Adler,
Nlizpali Club at her home on NI:nines-
Cyrus L. Sulzberger. Colonel Herbert
Jews as Commissars.
day evening.
Lehman, Arthur 1.ehman, l'aul iliter-
Is it a fact, he was asked, thatthe
Inallsertalilly there ,iin
few er- flolslit.vist Government is turedominat •
wald, Dr. Lye K. Frankel 1)r. Julius
\Ir. Mayer Cohen, of Detroit visited rors in the new Year Book of the
Goldman, Colonel H. A. Cminzburg,
ingly- composed of Jews?
Is Interested in Welfare of Men Be. relatives in the city over the week
Jewish AN'oinan s Club recently issued.
Howard S. Gans, Many Strauss. \kid.
"That statement." Dr. Guest r•plital,
hind the Gray Walls of the
There wa•re several tit.w members "is quite untrue. I have brought hack
liam R. Erdman, Rabbi Aaron Teitel-
Old Prison
s•ho joint d the club while the fear w,th me a list of the Commissars. Of
baling C01011•1 harry Plotz, Albert
Under the very able leader-11M O. [look teas in the process of publica-
Lucas, Abraham Schipper, NI orris
the People's ('ommissars. who num-
NEW YORE.—If it had not been min cfliciating Rabbi. NIr. Carl li•r
non and I it that reason their names ber about twenty, only two are of
Engelman, Stanley hero and some
for some alert reporter on the Sing man III. I.'. C. Senior), the Wally ac- to not apt. at In the book.
fifty others constituting the column-
birth, Prot sky and Sverdloy
Sing liullet in who chased around and tivities of Congregation Beth El art
The •theutit e !loath of the Jewish Of the Central Committee of tot
got the inside fauna In this story, enjoying a very healthy growth sine,
The committee also made prelim-
IN'ontait's Club avould greatly appre- Communist l'arty which really con-
had it printed in his paper and sent the fall holidays.
inary plans fur the conduct of a
thte prompt partly nl of does so as trols the situation. there are four
a copy to the New York papers the
national caninaign during 19'1 that
0 make possible the carrying out of Jews out of thirteen, viz.. Trotsky,
world would have probably never have
will have for its objective a minimum
actit'itie• that have been Kament•ff. Sinovieff. and Radek. In
The Friday evening senViees dims
heard of what David Belasco is doing
of $10.(81) MO to carry tin relief work
fur the season.
the minor offices there are a number
for the men behind the gray walls of an avt.ragt• attendance of 80, this be-
elf Jews, which may 1)1• attributed to
the old prison. Here is the account ing double the average of the attend
The budget as passed yesterday is
the fact that they are very intelligent
:lac• ut servicos in previous years. The
in the Bulletin:
divided as follows;
and a literat• class among an literate
"When David Belaseo, the famous sermons are most interesting and in-
theatrical manager of New York, Wan structive and the young people are at-
NEW YORK—Writing in the New
"How are the Jews faring under
tOld that we were badly in need of a tracted to these services in increasing
York Evening Mail of NIr. Enrico the Bolshevists?"
suitable equipment for our inmate numbers.
I. aruso's recent perfornigaces in the
"Sly general impression is that they
allows, he came up to Sing Sing with
Metropolitan opera honey, Richard are having a bad time, but I did not
I number of his assistants to study
The su b ject Friday evening, Dec
' • has have an opportunity of visiting any
conditions a n d find What he tnust do
hid ininacal critic
10th. "Ilainikka Lights and Christina
Lithuania .
large Jewish centers."
he fdll owg o say f Juic
o help us out. lie decided to have T rees." prese
by Rabbi Herman robin ' Eleazar in
"Are the synagogues carried on as
built for us a portable stage and
proved a very valuable life-lone lu,
equip it with scenery, lighting appara-
three I,
' erfc rina-Incy'sn'teltat Mr. usual?"
Lieutenant Becker urged the reor- tus and necessary properties. It will son to both old and young alike.
"I do not think there has been any
('teen has made in the first two
ganization of the Committee in cost $8,000 and Is to he a Christmas
seeks of the opera season have given interft•rence with the synagogues, but
Europe under a single directing head. gift from the generous theatrical man
The Sabbath School which Meet , ionic food for thought to those who the official Bolshevists have practically
to our Mutual Welfare League. It every Saturday forenoon to charge of admire him for the best things he turned their backs on religion, and
is to be installed for the Christmas Mrs. Samuel Seitner, superintendent. does and are disturbed and depressed regard it as superstition and a matter
shows this season the largest enroll- ay the worst. The contrast was most of no importance. 'Their whole policy
THEIR FIRST BIRTHDAY Eve entertainment."
From another source it was learned went ever had, the children' of the significantly made in the perform- is purely materialistic. But one of
Defenders of the White and that a man Interested in the prison- entire community attending.
This antes of "La June' and 'I.'Elisir the most idealistic men I have ever
Illue, a Detroit Young Judaea circle, ers' welfare told Mr. Belasco early in
met was a Bolshevik Jew, who was
year, in addition to the regular Sab- l'Amore' in the first week.
will celebrate its first anniversary October that the inmates were plan- Lath School instruction, Hebrew is
using the whole of his energy and in-
"Hr showed in
lanai,' although
Sunday evening, Dec. 19, with a ban- ning to give it play, but had to give it
also taught by Rabbi Herman to tilt !Os voice was not in its best condi- fluence to fight against tile corrupting
quet at the Kathie! Kosher Restau- up because they had no adequate children of the Sabbath School.
influence of the Soviet regime."
tion, perhaps the finest manifestations
stage or scenery. The manager was
A Soviet Failure.
of his art in certain ways that can be
Malty interesting features will mark busy staging "One" at the time. As
1)r. Guest expressed the view that,
The hi-monthly Hebrew and Bible recalled in recent years. His Eleazar apart from the economic difficulties
this celebration, including the instal- soon as he got through with it he took
s one of the creations of his maturity.
lation of new officers by a local his chief stage carpenter, electrician. Class for adults on Sunday forenoon-
occasioned by the blockade. the So-
leader. The new officers are to be property man and others of his techni- is recognized as a very essential and rf his middle age, if a popular °per- viet regime is a failure.
tenor can ever be middle aged.
elected at a meeting Saturday eve- cal staff, drove in two automobiles to much needed factor for a better nin-
"It is a mistake to suppose," he
Sing Sing. talked with the prisoners th•rstanding as to what our Jewish In his singing it shows the Caruso said, "that the whole of the Russian
Barney Jaroslow has been chosen who lacked the stage and scenery, teachings stand for. The eagerness to whose voice has been so very consid- people have accepted. and are co-op-
to act as toastmaster for the occasion. told them he would give them Just know more about them is forcibly erably changed from that lyric tenor crating. in the working out of the
Herbert Parzen is leader of the circle what they needed, got the loudest manifested by the questions put by which he first disclosed on the Met- Bolshevist theory.
l'athatever may
and he will deliver the keynote ad- cheer they can give in Sing Sing and the members for additional esplana• ropolitan stage now seventeen years be the Case
the towns, the peasants
drove home chuckling over 1110 wit two, and interpretations of the vari- ago; the diaper burnished gold of a are a law to themselves, and much of
dress of the evening.
dramatic voice, heavier always in the misery which is discernible in the
or oneprisoner who specified that the ous Bible lessons presented.
quality, but still profoundly beautiful large centers of population is tine to
wenery contain a handsome "exte-
— -
when Sir. Caruso chooses to pin forth the fact that the peasants are
The Junior .Nustlenr of the Congre-
its brainy in the tinnily of style that holding food supplies.
The lavkli
gation with its tray capable President.
is the cause and inseparable concomi- use of paper mule)' has so depre-
Mr. Nlilton Cd•tmehating is composed
tant of vocal brainy.
ciated the currency that it ceases to
of all the young people between the
The latest acquisition to Detthit
'Ile chooses to do it frequently in hart- any value whatever. and I re-
automobile distributors Is the forma- They Are Being Carefully Selected in aces of 14 and 18. The organization 'I.a Juive.' notable pasage in which member I was able to buy more food
has been in existetict• only three
Central and Eastern Europe
tion of the Minima ilt.trolt Sales Co.,
he gives of his best is in that beauti- with it box of matches than a coin-
months, but its sneers, is already as.
loyal distributoia for the ilolmea
ful scree—beautiful beyond question ',anion, whoaul his pockets stuffed
Irmtigration of Jews is increasing
Motor Cars This is the first real
to the eye of the spectator-'u the with rouble n notes. The peasants now
second act where the Jeavish believ- have their own land, on which they are
irietnpt to bring tins car, proved of rapidly in Central and Eastern EM
Bothless ineetieg• of the Junior ers arc celebrating the Passover, in able to subsist precariously, but the
the best in endurnunce and quality. ropy, and the new Palestine immigra-
Auxiliary are held hianionthly on Sun- Eit•azar's house; where Eleazar calls entire system of exchange has broken
It' 'fire the people of Detroit.
of about 17000 day afternoon,. Jewi‘li current events down the curse of God upon any who down, and that adds enormously to
The organization Is composed of trolled immigration
Zionists of the pioneer class during are presented and thsentswii. followed violate the sacred mysteries of the the difficulties of the Government."
men of automobile sales pronuntion
by social activities forming the usual ;ottani, office and distributes to his
"There is a perfect passion," said
.Xperionce. including Max Gottesman, the coming year, according to the See• program.
meetings have been gompanions the unleavened bread. Mr. Dr. Guest, "among the leaders of the
rroaldent and trsaaurer; A. W. Scott, rotary of the Zionist Organi.tion in the Means of linking the younger eh-
an interview in a Vienna newspaper.
Carnso's singing here, in the medium Bolshevists for propaganda, and a
vie,.-president and genial manager
The secretary said the selection of Mein together closer than ever. They power that reveals the fullest beauty very elaborate organization has been
an.1 A. A. Gottesman, secretary.
the immigrants is being made toy the have tended to create a deeper re- of his voice, the sustained tones, the set tip for spreading Bolshevist theo-
Mr. Gottesman was president of th• Zionist Organization, which has es• ligious interest in these young Jewish expressive color, the long phrase, is ries in other countries. Our delega-
Mienigan Clothing company before tabiblued Palestine offices in the inn hearts, thereby enabling them to con- of his best.
tion was asked to sign a manifesto,
his first venture ti•o the automobile portant Jewish centers. Preference is tribute a valuably share to the c011i•
"And another capital point is in the which was ready printed, to the work-
of Britain and France, and there
Held. 110 19 now president of the given to young people, strong in body !moldy spirit.
fourth act of the same opera. where
Eleazaa condemned to death, eon- was no little disappointment that we
'0 eman-M0y0r Sales Co., local dis- and determinyd in spirit, who have
not accede. The Bolshevists
AN'ethiestlay evening, race. 8th, the fronts the Cardinal in his
ributors for the Grant Six and An- had actual experience in agriculture
It ream, and interested financially In or other manual work and who know SiSteillood of Congregation Beth El her, spurns his offer of safety on coil- scent to love meetings and speeches,
method of keeping their views
( Nliss Pt•pi Ilt•avenrich, President,) dition of adjuring his faith and re-
n , Lny other automobile sales emu- Hebrew .
Several thousand , of such pioneers gave a most enjoyable and successful teals to his oppressor the fact that a and opinions alive has alt enormous
Bolshevists are much in-
A. W Scott, for many yenta con- have already left and (Mires are wait "Get-together" party at the Lincoln lees had saved his daughter years be-
clined to exaggerate political condi-
ieeted with the Local Franklin dia. mg in the large centers until proper Club. This affair. given lot the here- fore in the sack and pilage of Rome,
countries, especially in
tit of the Union of American Hebrew et fusing at the same time to say who
!Minor. is splendidly equipped to con- arrangements for their transport can
Congregations. was attended by over it was. 'The langliage is turgid and
met the sales end cif the busiress. be made and until new openings for
employmtnt in Palestine are report- 200 people, and fully exemplified Sagi- melodramatic, set to music of familiar
Dr. Guest did not derive a favorable
A. 4 Gottesman, secretary, is well ed. One of the features of the pioneer naw's gel-together progressive spirit. sort. and the seene is violent in its view of the state of morals under the
scquainted In local automobile circles. movement is that it includes a fair
regim•. Ile thought that moral
evening, -bee.
i.ing known as a salesman of the proportion of girls of well-tondo lama-
ni ty Ilanukka Festival was thy situation has a tense theatrical ef• sanctions were generally disregarded,
first caliber and a keen atudsnt of lies, who have decided to devote their Commu
though some attempt had been made
motor cars.
Jew's It savage
in his to suppress the public flaunting of
lives to the new Palestine. They act celebrated at Foresters Temple. Rabbi trodden
up the down-
M'Ith such variety of ability, the as "land girls" and take care of the Carl Herman presiding.
It was a revenge enjoyed now and saved for vice Generally, lie had no rosy pie-
frames Deteolt will take r front domestic arrangements in the Jewish beautiful and in spiriug p tle
ic, t uret
sa io)h st
e i, still riper enjoyment at the final ❑no. 'ore to draw of the state of Soviet
es a mein in the next act, into sharp re- Russia.
the youngest annng
Mama fn auto sales.
School children light the candles and lief against the pleading of the abject
Cardinal now on his knees before his CHURCH REPRESENTATIVES
their respective parts.
victim, for knowledge of his daughter
"Here Mr. Caruso is a tragic actor
l'he !manlier, of the Junior Aux-
iliary contributed toward the Ilanukka and discloses resources of tragic pow-
NEW YORK—According to a re-
program ss ith musical and literary er that he has never before disclosed
1 int appearing in the daily press to-
in the same potency. It is a scene
day. the convention of the Federal
that he has t••idtlitly studied serious-
mncil of the churches of Christ in
The Ladies of the Sisterhood pre- ly; at his composition of it in pose, :America, after considerable debate
sented Rabbi Herman with an appro- gesture, facial expression—there is a adopted at its closing session yester-
priate souvenir in token of the high terrifying gleam in the changing ex- day at Boston, the following resolu-
esteem he is held by the entire Jewish press- ion of his eyes as he rolls his tion, concerning the question of anti-
vengeance like a sweet morsel under Semitism in America:
his tongue—is matched by the poign-
"Vt'hereas, For some time past, there
ant intensity of his declamation in have been in circulation in this coun-
Refreshments and Ilanukka gifts
the baleful color that he imparts to
try publications tending to create race
for the children. refreshments for the
the musical phrase. It is operatic act- prejudice and arouse animosity against
adults, and finally dancing concluded
ing of a high order, and only suggests
an evening of enjoyment.
our Jewish fellow citizens and con-
a desire that it might be expended
taining charges so preposterous as to
upon something really more valuate,
he unworthy of credence, be it re-
more worthy of it."
solved that the Federal Council of
unusual collection, consisting of jewelry
the Churches of Christ in America.
JOHN SPARGO DENOUNCES impressed by the need at this period
silver, enamels, embroideries, books, and illumina-
of our national existence fur unity and
tions, will be on view in the galleries through
NEVI' YORK - The Brooklyn For- brotherhood, deplores all such cruel
A Chatmuka program of unusual
success was given on Friday even um, located in the heart of Browns- and unwarranted attacks upon our
ing, Dec. 10, by the children of Tent ville, the largest Jewish center in ex- Jewish brethren and in a spirit of good
ple Israel Sabbath School under the isomer, was crowded to its utmost will extends to them an expression of
confidence in their patriotism and
direction of Rabbi Steiner. The ter capacity last Sunday night when
$3 to $8
mats for odd tables,
vices, as well as the sermon, were John Spargo, noted Socialist writer their good citizenship and earnestly
and lecturer, addressed the Forum. admonishes our people to express dis-
$6 to $9
conducted by children. The Tempi
Copper Trays for tea-time
Mn. Spargo spoke on anti-Semitism, approval of all actions which arc con-
was crowded to capacity and the con
$6.50 to $8.50
Sgrafitto Picture Frames
gregatiott was delighted with the and in his introduction explained that ducive to intolerance or tend to the
it was not so much to the Jews as destruction of our national unity
exercises which were so remarkabl
Neck Chains—unusual combinations.$7.50 to
to the Christians that he desired to through arousing racial division in our
well performed.
Coffee Cups of lustre—blue
address himself. The Jews, lie de- body politic."
Following the services the Ladies' clared. can well take care of them-
or lustre
Social Club distributed candy and selves, but anti-Semitism is a men- HEBREW TALMUD QUOTED
Chaunnuka candles to the children. ace to civilization and forms a cloak
Special music, under the direction of for all manner of reactionary forces.
WARSAW—In the course of a de-
Miss Irene Traub, was one of the Mr. Spargo then went into details bate over Jewish problems at yester-
vigorously condemning Ford and his day's session of the Polish Seim. the
like. At the end of his address the II cheesy Talmud was quoted both for
JEWISH TEACHERS SEMINARY. audience, which comprised more than and against the Jews. Rev. Matchie-
NVARSAW—The opening of the 2,1)00 people, cheered Mr. Spargo for witch questioned the Jewish deputies,
Jewish Teachers' Seminary was quite a full five minutes. Ford. Mr. Spargo why, if the Talmud is such an in.
an event. The Bundist leader Medes declared in the course of his address, spiting work, it has never been trans-
delivered the opening address, while in his ignorance does not realize that lated into Polish. To this Dr. Thou
the speakers included N. Prilutski and he is merely the tool of those far repFed that the Jews will readily
I Deputy Dr. Schipper. During the cleverer than he is and having mo- translate the Talmud into Polish if
ceremony the memories of Perentz u'ves far more sinister than are ap- the government will pay for its pub-
Dinensoha and An-sky were honored. parent.

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