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A Hebrew - peaking organization is being formed in Denver, Colo.
1)1r. Edwin Samuel, eldest son of the High Conunissioner, has been
appointed to the staff of the District Governor of Jerusalem.
Secretary of the Navy Daniels announces the appointment of Rear
Admiral Joseph Strauss to breome commander of the Pacific fleet.
In their zeal to further Judaism the thirty Jewish students of the Univer
-icy of Kansas at Lawrence, Kans., have formed an organization.
LONDON.—There arc no less than 3101,000 helpless and needy Jewish
orphan. in Russia :nut tfkrainia, according io a Moscow report received
In addition to its good looks and the
protection it provides, the car has
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DANZIG.—A newly arrived group of 400 Jewish emigrants have been
detained in the local quarantine because a few have been found to have
symptoms of typhus.
VIENNA.—Premier Averesco has invited the Jewish statesman, Golder,
to join the Cabinet of the Roumanian government, says a dispatch from
DANZIG.—According to a report appearing in the Warsaw "Haint"
the government stores, selling food and provisions to the public, not only
discriminates against the Jews by compelling them to wait in a separate
line until all non - Jews have been served, but are actually given inferior
WARSAW.—The Polish Cabinet last week discussed the question of re-
instating the Jewish railroad employes of Eastern Galicia who had been
discharged by the local Polish authorities because they were Jews. The
Ministers failed to come to an agreement on the subject and it was finally
decided to hand the matter over to a special commission.
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NEW YORK.—Rabbi Chaim Schapira, the "Tsadik" of Brohohaca,
Galicia, arrived in New York last week and was received with great enthu-
siasm by his followers in this city. About live thousand admirers of the
"Tsadik" jammed every nook and corner leading to the place where the
rabbi had his temporary abode to shake hands with him and bid him
aara-rais..-eacwwwo .wer,Fawat a. 1
LONDON.—A syndicate was formed here for the purpose of producing
classical Jewish plays in the Gentile theatrical district. The object of the
new association is to stage important Jewish plays with the collaboration of
the greatest Yiddish artists. As the first play the new theater will produce
Lessing's "Nathan the Misc." The local English press welcomes the new
BUCHAR EST.—The Jewish Deputy, Dr. Strauctier, to the name of
Roumanian Jewry, has condemned the recent attack made upon Roumanian
statesemen in the Senate. Straucher declared that the Jewish law forbids
killing, the injunction being that one should fight through spiritual forces
only. The Jewish Deputy added that the present Cabinet would have his
At the Close of Business December 28, 1920.
DANZIG.—General lialakowitch, who was reported to have been in-
terned by the Polish authorities, is again in White Russia at the head of
sonic forces, according to a report received here from Minsk. Ukrainian
refugees who arrived here within the past few days' state that a large num-
ber of Petlura's followers have now joined the ranks of the Ottoman leader,
Yutyunik, and are terrorizing the district of Braschni.
VI ENNA.—Pc emission has been granted by the Jugoslavian govern-
ment for the establishment of a Jewish State School at Gross-Becsherek
(Jugo-Slavia), according to a dispatch from that city. In announcing the
establishment of this school, the Jugoslavian Minister of Education ex-
plained that this was being done in accordance with the Minority Rights
clauses which Jugoslavia had accepted as part of the Versailles peace treaty.
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The commission on the admission of new states into the League of
Nations decided in favor of Finland's admission into the League, and as a
consequence of the representation made by the Committee of Jewish Delega-
tions and a warm address on the subject delivered by Lord Robert Cecil, the
commission recommended that Finland incorporate into its constitution a
clause guaranteeing minority rights. Finland gives strong assurances that
this reconmiendation will be adopted.
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LONDON.—The differences between members of the Zionit
tive do not appear to have adjusted themselves, if one is to judge
attitude of the Dutch leader, DeLieme, who officially tendered his resigna-
tion to the Executive. Yielding to the demands of some members of the
Greater Actions Committee, the Executive has called a meeting of that
committee for Feb. 6. Local Zionist circles expect American Zionists to
participate in the meeting of the Greater Actions Committee.
Hai Resh Fraternity held its twelfth annual conclave in Kansas
City, December 26 to 30. The Hai Resh Fraternity was organized 15 years
ago in St. Joseph, Mo. The Maj chapter of Kansas City was the second
chapter formed. There arc now 25 chapters in various cities throughout
the country with a total membership of more than 500 young men. Young
men between the ages of 17 and 21 are eligible for membership. In the late
war 95 per cent of the membership saw service, 75 per cent of whom were
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On December 15th, Rabbi Rudolph I.
Coffee, of Toledo, delivered an
address at the annual meeting of the Ohio branch of the Child Conservation
League of America in Marion, Ohio. Fps subject was, "Can We Get Away
From Our l'arents?" Senator Harding spoke under the same auspices on
''Child Conservation." after which Dr. Coffee delivered the closing rayer.
During the day he also spoke at the Marion Chamber of Commerce p
eon, the School Teachers' Association and the Marion Jewish Congregation.
He was given a signed photo of the Senator by Mrs. Harding during a visit
to the home of the President-elect.
WARSAW.—Members of the Jewish Seim Club recently interpellated
at the Ministry of the Interior regarding the appeal against the Jews which
the anti -
Semitic organization "Rozvoi" placarded on Christmas night.
The Jewish deputies pointed out that the appeal deliberately incited the
Polish population against the Jews. The government was also requested
to punish the police official who had placed David lgeleberg under arrest.
Igelberg was arrested because he had made an English translation of the
anti-Semitic placard for the English Consul. The authorities released him
soon after his arrest.
N. V., a handsome three-story structure, one of the finest
clubhouses in the city, was dedicated by the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A,
for the uses of their members. A number of the city officials and other rep-
resentatives of well-known organizations took part in the ceremonies. The
dedicatory address was delivered by Rabbi M. Eckstein, who paid a tribute
to the late Rabbi Jacob Marcus,
who served at Temple Israel for a number
of years. Other speakers were Captain James RiRe, of the American
gion; Samuel Reichter,
Benjamin F. Lev, chairman of the Americanization
Society and prominent in the
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K. K. Anshe Nfayriv, the oldest congregation in Chicagg, has sold its
handsome temple at Thirty-third street and Indiana avenue for $75,000 and
will build further south in the residential district. For the present it will
hold services at Lincoln Center. Rabbi Tobias Schanfarber is the spiritual
leader of the congregation. The other officers are: Jacob Schnadig, presi-
dent; Israel Cowan, vice-president; Charles Weinfeld treasurer; L. ‘Vitkow-
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LONDON.—A conference of Dutch Zionists is at present in session
there. In his opening address, Dr. Orenstein, the presiding officer, defended
the demand of Justice Louis D. Brandeis with regard to the modification of
the work in Palestine. M. Zlatopolsky explained to the conference the
principles of the Keren Hayesod. The conference adopted a resolution de
manding the inclusion of the upper Jordan in Palestine territory while the
first session of the conference honored the victims of the Ukrainian pogroms.
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LONDON.—Dr. Morris Eder, of the Jewish Territorial Association, is
going to Soviet Russia next week for the purpose of studying conditions as
well as arranging plans for the many Jews who are about to leave Soviet
Russia. Mr. Eder will also arrange for the use of Hebrew in the Jewish
schools of Russia.
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At a recent meeting of the Progress Club of Johnstown, Pa., initial
steps were taken to creel a Jewish Reform temple as a fitting tribute to the
memory of the late Morris Nathan, one of Johnstown's most beloved citi-
zens. Already $25,000 has been pledged and the remaining $25,000 necessary
is expected to be raised in the near future.
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Mass., and vicinity and will be ready for the summer. To date $15,000 has
been raised. The edifice, including the furnishings, will involve an expendi-
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Jewish women in Switzerland have organized for the express purpose of
arousing Europe to a movement of protest against pogroms, says a Geneva
dispatch. The organization is formulating a petition in this connection,
which is to be placed before the League of Nations.
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1)ropsie College, Philadelphia, Pa., reports the number of students reg
istered this year as fifty-nine, a large increase over the previous year.
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