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School of the Shaurey Zedek Congre-
gation of Lansing Sunday, March 27,
the feature of which was a debate
between six members of the school
on the immigration question. Lillian
Friedland, Helen Friedland and 0.1
Panfil argued on the affirmative side,1
upholding the question in favor of
restriction, while Kurtz, Panfil and
Bernie Friedland argued on the nega-
tive. The decision was awarded in
favor of the negative by Judges Abe
Barr, Mrs. I'reglemin and Mr. Jo-
Musical selections were given by
Miss Celia Kamins, assisted on the,
piano by Miss Anna Graff. Refresh-'
ments were served by the ladies of
the congregation. The committee of
entertainment consisted of Messrs.
Graff, Goldberg, Gross and Borr. Mr.
Seglin, of the Michigan Agricultural
College, is teacher of the Sunday
School class and also chairman of
the entertainment committee. Gifts
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WARSAW.—At the last confer-
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parties which dealt with the Polish-
Jewish negotiations at present in
progress, it was decided to call upon
the government to make plain its
intention regarding the settlement of
the Sunday question, in no far as it
affects the Jews. The Jewish lead-
era explain that the delay caused in
settling this question is causing the
Jewish population great harm, eco-
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The Lincoln-Jefferson University has conferred the degree of Doctor
of Theology upon Rabbi A. E. Abramowitz of Fort Worth, Texas.
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According to cable dispatches, the recent uprising in Omsk has din-
tressed the Jews of Harbin and fears for a pogrom are entertained.
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of Alleghany county, Pennsylvania, has accepted his portrait to be hung
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Edwin Montague, secretary for India, is mentioned in London political
circles and in the press as likely to succeed Austen Chamberlain as Chan-
cellor of the Exchequer. a • • •
The free kitchen maintained by the American Methodist Mission in
Vilna refuses to serve Jews, according to a report from Vilna. The kitchen
especially caters to the needy elements of the intelligentzia.
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Last month Dora de Laredo had the distinction of being the first lady'
journalist to attend the opening of Parliament as a reporter in the House
• . •
Nathan Sal-midi, a noted Hebrew writer of Galicia, died at Baden, near
Vienna. Ile was over 70 years of age and in his earlier years also con-
tributed to German literature.
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The late Mrs. Augusta Rosenwald, of Chicago, mother of Julius Rosen
weld, left $5,000 to the Associated Jewish Charities and $1,000 to the
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General Freiher, of Hamburg, has delivered a strong address of pro-
test against the growing tide of anti-Semitism in Germany, alleging that
anti-Semitism has been responsible for the constant weakening of Ger-
many's international position.
A critical situation has been created by the liquidation of the Danzig
activities of the Joint Distribution Committee for American Jewish relief,
the various relief institutions, free kitchens and refugee homes being seri-
ously affected. Some of these institutions will be compelled to close.
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For the purpose of striving to promote with more harmonious and united
effort the cause of traditional Judaism, 20 San Francisco orthodox congre-
gations, benevolent and religious organizations have banded together under
the name of the United Jewish Orthodox Community.
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Memorial services were recently held in honor of the late David Lubin
at the National Museum, Washington, D. C., under the auspices of the
Southern Commercial Congress. Mr. Lubin was founder of, and American
delegate to, the International Institute fo Agriculture at Rome.
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WARSAW.—The local publication modeled into a modern Talmud Torah and will have its formal opening on
Gazette Warshawska announces in March 27. The building contains a large auditorium and class room
its last issue that Jews who are accommodations for 1,600 pupils.
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known to have Jewish national sen-
timents will be barred from occupy-
Temple Israel, Rockaway Beach, N. Y., is about to replace its synagogue,
ing official positions with the govern- destroyed by fire last December, with a modern structure costing in the
ment or civil authorities. The pub-
neighborhood of $70,000. Fourteen thousand dollars of the required sum ,
lication adds that in the face of this
is already available.
fact honest and conscienscious Zion-
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ists would do well to avoid making
Melbourne (Australia) charities will eventually benefit to the extent
an effort to obtain official employ-
of over $100,000 through the will of the late Joseph E. Abrahams, who
died in London, England, last October. The largest sum will go to the
Jewish almshouses for a "Leah Abrahams Wing."
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GREETS JEWISH STUDENTS
Mr. A. Steeg, at one time editor of the New Orleans Jewish Ledger,
Sagamore 'of the Great Council of
DANZIG.—General Zellgouski, to-
gether with a number of other offi- Louisiana, Improved Order of Red Men. The position is the second highest
elected to that of Great Sachem.
cials of the local administration, par-
ticipated in an entertainment by
at Macalester College, St. Paul,
Jewish students of Vilna, says a re-
Minn., last month, Abe Karlinsky, of Eveleth, Minn., was awarded first
port from that city.
place. The question discussed was "Resolved, That the present State
Legislature should pass a law levying a tonnage tax on all ore mined in
the State of Minnesota."
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Letters of Credit
The appointment of Phineas Ernest Wolfe as registrar of crown lands
in Kenya, British East Africa, is announced.
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Mr. Enckef, the Finnish minister in Paris, has paid a visit to Mr. Soko
low, president of the Committee of,1%/ishDelegations in that city.
DANZIG.—We are informed from
Cracow that local Jewish students
called a conference'in order to pro-
test at the exclusion of Jewish stu-
dents from the conference held by
the general organization of Cracow
students. The conference decided to
found an independent organization
consisting of Jewish students and to
keep close watch over the movements
Cherbourg advises received show that practically every boat returning,
of the general organization, which from the United States brings a large number of emigrants who were
has shown a deliberate anti-Jewish not admitted into America because they were found to be in possession
of false passports. • • • •
Phone orders given prompt and courteous
poration of the City of London for the ward of Farringdon Within.
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Out-patient clinics have been established by the Jewish Maternity llos-
pita! of Philadelphia, Pa. Seventy-six infants were born at the hospital
The first prize for pianists under 10 at the London Musical Festival
has been won by Master George Liansky, who also carried it off last year.
Ile is a pupil of Mr. Arthur Friendlander .
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WARSAW--The Jewish Seim Club
has received a number of additional
complaints against the land and ag-
ricultural department. The com-
plaints establish the fact that in try-
ing to enforce the recently adopted
measures for agrarian reform, the
representatives of the land depart-
ment are concentrating exclusively
upon Jewish firrmers and are divid-
ing up only Jewish estates. When
the official at Lublin was asked to
explain why the Jews only were af-
ftcttil by the reforms, he replied that
they were the ones who were most
anxious to see the reforms adopted.
The Jewish Seim Club has taken the
, matter up with the Chief of the
JEWISH STUDENTS START
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Over 1,000 Jews applied for admission to the medical faculty at Buda-
pest, but only 20 of them were admitted.
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From many places horrifying accounts have reached Budapest giving
details of the ill treatment of Jewish soldiers. The community lodged a
protest to the ministry.
The opening of a first class Kosher Meat
Market, Grocery and Delicatessen, where
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Advices from Warsaw state that a conference to consider the problems
of constructive relief in Poland and other parts is being called for April 15.
It will be participated in by all representatives of the Joint Distribution
Committee as well as those of more important philanthropic and welfare
• • • •
Ernie Abdullah, a younger brother of Emir Feisal, is reported in a
Jerusalem dispatch to have arrived there. Ile will stay there two days as
the guest of the Palestine government. The young l'rinces of Iledjas was
met at Es-Salt by Conole Lawrence, the noted British student and soldier,
who is looked upon by the Arabs as their greatest friend.
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Bernard I.. Cohn has been elected publisher of the Memphis, Term.,
News-Scimitar, the leading publication in that section. Mr. Cohn, who is
one of the youngest newspaper publishers of the South, is a graduate of
Columbia University and has successfully filled almost every newspaper,
department, both editorial and business.
The Jewish conference, held in Saskatoon, Sask., last month, included
the passing of a budget of $50,000, to be raised by pro rata assessment
on the various Jewish communities in Western Canada. Of this sum $40,-
000 is to be used for assisting in immigration and colonization problems,
and the remaining $10,000 for general educational work.
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Adolph Greenhut, who filled many places in the civic life of Pensacola,
Fla., is dead at the age of 60. He served as president of the city council,
as the first mayor of Pensacola under the commission form of government,
as park commissioner and commissioner of finance and revenue. His
especial attention was given to the improvement of city parks.
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Ten thousand Jews entered the Palestine ports during the year ended
Dec. 31, 1920. Included in these figures are the 3,000 Palestinian Jews
who had been exiled by the Turkish authorities and found refuge during
the war in Egypt, Syria, Cyprus, Corsical, and who were permitted by the
British authorities to return to Palestine soon after the Armistice.
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From Budapest comes the news that not only are Jews no longer to be
appointed to judgeships. but that those Jews who already hold the office
are to be removed. A commission was recently appointed to go into the
question, and as a result of their report all Jewish judges in Hungary have
been removed from their office on the ground that their appointments were
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Directors of the Pilgrimage Play, which will be given again next sum-
mer in El Camino Real Canyon, near Hollywood, Calif., have decided to
change the text of the play in such a manner as to remove the impression
that the Jews were responsible for the crucifixion of Jesus. This decision
has just been reached after the directors considered the arguments made
by Rabbi Isidore Myers in a lecture he gave before the Pilgrimage Club on
"Who Crucified Jesus?"
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Assistant Police Commissioner Selman Reuben Ahaya, of Bagdad, was
murdered by an unknown person while returning from duty. Tho deceased,
who was only 21 years of age, entered the clerical department of the police
service at 17. 'le was transferred to the executive branch, where he soon
distinguished himself in detective work, rising rapidly to be chief inspector
of the criminal investigation department. He was appointed assistant corn-
missioner only six days before his death. Mr. Ahaya was keenly interested
in Jewish affairs and was founder and president of the Jewish Literary So-
ciety. The funeral was attended by over 10,000 people.
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A conference of officials from the various provinces of Poland which
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visit out of the country.
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