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DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1922
VOL. XI. NO. 7
New B'nai B'rith
To Revolutionize 'J E WISH
CHICAGO'S ORIGINAL CELEBRATE
POLAND MAY CLOSE
DAY ON JANUARY 15
Officers Installed I`
Life Among Jews
QUOTA FOR JEWISH
Committees for Ensuing Year
"Ort" Contemplates Change in
Jewish Economic Con-
RELIEF IS DOUBLE D
For Hies in Michigan
Rabbi Perlmutter Made Cavalier of
the Polonia Restituta.
Professor Courtin to Address Sister.
hood Monday Afternoon.
BANQUET OF U. J. C.
TO BE HELD JAN. II
WARSAW—(J. T. A.)—Declaring
that the existence of Jewish schools
presents unusual difficulties because
Arthur Brisbane to Be Princi-
DANZIG—(J. T. A.)—An impor- the contradictory demands put for-
Jews of That City Raise the
Bernard Ginsburg., acting for the
An elaborate program continuing
pal Speaker at Hotel Stet-
ward daily by leaders who favor din-
Sum of $1,810,000 To -
through the day has been planned the conference of hte executive . of metrically opposed languages of in- District Grand Lodge of li'nui ll'rith,
for the entertainment of students the "Oct opened here, representatives struction and methods of teaching, the Monday evening installed the follo•-
from the University of Michigan, from all countries of Europe having Polish government has announced its ing newly elected oflicers of l'isgah
WILL ACQUAINT PUBLIC
Michigan Agricultural College at been invited to attend. Among those decision to solve the problem by clos- Lodge No. 34, I. 0. B. B.:
TWO RECORDS BROKEN
Lester J. Leopold, president; Jo-
at Lansing and college students gen- present are 1/r. Lowitch and Messrs. fog all Jewish schools.
WITH INSTITUTE'S WORK
IN CHICAGO SUCCESS erally of the city and state.
seph Garvett, vice-president; Louis
Kruk, Schipper and Singulowsky.
In justification for this drastic
The "Ort" contemplates a revolu- measure, Polish authorities further. I ]''rank, secretary; Jacob Langer,
The exercises of the day will be
Show Progress Made
Brown Wires Butzel gin with services at the Temple at tion in the economic life of the Jews allege that the clashing tendencies treasurer; Harold T. Rosenthal, as-
David A. Br
by Organization During
11 o'clock. At noon the visiting
l stu- of Eastern Europe which would, as shown between those who desire Yid• sistant monitor; Morton Harry
He Is Optimistic About
dents will be dinner guests at the far as it is possible, take the Jews dish as the language of instruction Schlussel, warden; Si Feinberg,
, homes of congregation members. An from commercial pursuits and make and those that insist upon Ilebrew, guardian.
Following the installation of the
them artisans, workers and farmers, and still others who wish to see the
Jewish Charities of De-
CHICAGO—(J. T. A.)—The Chi- afternoon will be followed by a sup- according to it statement of Leon
troit will hold the second annual ban-
old method of the "cheder" introduced, new officers, the newly elected presi-
sago Jewish Relief Committee at the
pe r . I A dance in the evening will Bramson, one of the three executive make the continuance of Jewish dent delivered an interesting address
quet next Wednesday evening, Jan.
close of the drive for $1,500,000 an- cony ude the day's program. Those members of that organization.
telling what he contemplated doing
11, at 7 o'clock, at the Hotel Stotler.
In an interview granted the .1. T.
flounced that the campd
d ha aign had net-
two desiring to offer the hospitality of
Rabbi Perlmutter, the venerable during his term. Ile called upon all
Arthur Brisbane, editorial friend
ti'd $1 , 810,000 an
their homes are asked to give their
Sejm deputy, has been made a Caval- the members to co-operate and to
of the Jew, publisher of the Detroit
records. names at once to the chairman of plained that tens of thousands of ier of the Polonia Restituta, the high- make his term of office successful.
Times, editor of the Hearst newspa-
The sum was the largest ever rais-
est Polish order.
pers and one of the best known of
ed by (ihicago Jews in a similar ef-
sia and the Ukraine are now massed
( o ph Sloman, Charlevoix Hotel.
This honor is understood to have
the world's journalista, will be the
fort and 3,000 more persons contrib.
Mr. Leopold then appointed the
in the border countrim—Poland, Ga- fallen to the rabbi for his recent
speaker at the banquet.
uted than in any similar drive. The
licia, Wohlynia, the Baltic provinces speech in the Sejm when he declared following new committees:
In addition to the address of the
cational Research department of the
original Chicago quota was $750,000,
and parts of Roumania—where many that the Polish Jew would gladly bear
Finance Committee—Joseph Gar-
evening by Mr. Brisbane, William
Detroit public schools will speak at
which was doubled voluntarily.
are tempted to engage in trade spec-
vett, chairman; William B. Isenberg,
RABBI SAMUEL SIEGEL
Friedman, president of the United
Julius Rosenwald, who pledged $1 Temple Beth El Monday afternoon, ulation, a necessarily uncertain and the proposed new tax. The rabbi's vice- chairman; Seymour J. Frank
Rabbi Siegel, New York social
speech, which was welcomed by the
Jewish Charities, will brief!), outline
will coo- Jan. 9, under the auspices of the
for every $7 given by others
hazardous pursuit which makes im- Polish authorities, has met with the and Samuel Sternberg.
worker, who is forming • branch of
the achievements of the organization
tribute more than $226,000
' to •the Temple Sisterhood. Professor Cour- possible the permanent resettlement
Social Service Committee—Theo- the Hebrew Sheltering and
resentment of nationalist Jewish ele-
during the past year. Victor Polant,
fund, it was announced. tic lecture on "Some Phases of Mod-
of the refugees. Small trade and ments who consider the rabbi's effer- dore Levin, chairman; Joseph Staub, grant Aid Society in this section, with
first violinist of the Detroit Sym-
ern Education" will by illustrated
speculation attracts not only mer- vescence unwarranted in view of the vice-chairman; David Ilubar and Na- headquarters in Detroit.
phony orchestra, will play several se-
with stereopticon views.
DAVID A. BROWN SAYS
chants, he said, but was likewise prov- treatment meted out to Jew's.
ections on the violin and Sirs. Harold
ing the undoing of many former
APPEAL IS SUCCESS
Membership C o m m i ttee — Max
Redfield (Myra Cohen) will give vo-
Fred M. Butzel, chairman of the
workingmen. Bramson communi-
Fried, chairman; Louis Weinstein,
Michigan State Appeal for Jewish Re-
cated a feeling of fear that this dan-
vice-chairman; Julius Horowitz, Na-
Milton Si. Alexander, chairman of
lief, this week received the following
ger would engulf entire Jewish com-
than Baron, Joseph Staub and Anton
the educational committee of the
telegram from David A. Brown, chair-
munities and keep them from produc-
United Jewish Charities, who is in
tive economic activities.
man of the National Appeal:
Entertainment Committee —Jack
charge of the banquet, this week
"Jacob M. Loeb, chairman Chicago
The "Oct' (Society for Promotion
Langer, chairman; Morris Kramer,
again emphasized that every element
campaign, wires as follows: 'Tell
of Trades and Agriculture Among
vice-chairman; Louis Bass, Robert
in Detroit Jewry is expected to come
the world. Spread the glad tidings
Jews), has made efforts during the
Actions Committee Sees Bright Finn, Sam Mandell, Si Feinberg and Concert by Young Judaeans to the banquet and join in the or-
everywhere. Grand total one million, H. U. C. Outlines Future Ac- past two and a half years to counter-
Dr. Louis Wise.
He said that the
e•t this tendency, the correspondent
eight hundred ten thousand dollars.
Initiation Committee—Joseph Gar-
purpose of the banquet is to acquaint
tion to Advance Reform
was told. It did this in the very di-
Mail still very heavy. Checks and
vett, chairman, and Elias Goldberg,
the work of
rect way of supplying tools and ma-
pledges coming in every hour. Chi-
the United Jewish Charities and to
chinery to workers and co-operative
cago with one-fifteenth of the Jewish
Americanization Committee —,Ro-
VIENNA.—(J. T. A.)—The first
Judge Harry 13. Keidan, delivering stimulate greater effort for the f
groups, thus enahling them to engage meeting of the Zionist Actions Com- land W. Fixel, chairman, and refibbi his first public address since he was
population raises nearly one-seventh
t c uh r Th
a e r .
CINCINNATI—One of the most once more in fruitful industrial pro- mittee since the Carlsbad Congress Ilarry Z. Gordon, vice-chairman.
of the total. What is the rest of the
elected to the bench a year and a half
e work of the United Jewish
country going to do?.' My answer to important meetings of the Executive cesses. The sante was done in the has listened to reports by Dr. Weiz-
Anti-Defamation League Commit- ago, declared at a Chanukah concert
although principally car-
Mr. lilt is that the rest of the coun- Board of the Union of American He- agricultural field. Machinery was mann, president of the World Zionist tee—Rabbi Harry Z. Gordon, chair- given at the El Moshe synagogue
at the Jewish Institute at
try will carry its full share of our brew Congregations, because of the given on condition of repayment by Organization, and heads of the vari- man; Samuel J. Rhodes, vice-chair- Sunday evening that not one-tenth of
High and Hastings streets, has been
fourteen million dollar campaign. far reaching effect of the decisions installments, and the very (lay the ous departments, as well as the Ke- man, and Rabbi Henry J. Berkowitz. 1 per cent of the criminals appearing
extended to other parts of the city,
This I am sure of because reports made, was held Sunday at the He- eorrespondent visited the Parisian ren Ilayesod, all of which indicate
Community Building Committee— in local courts were Jews. Judge
including the North End and the
from all chairmen are of an optim- brew Union College. Leaders of Re- headquarters, a remittance of 80,000 that despite the acute money short- Leon Goldsmith, chairman; Robert Kenton emphasized in his speech that
West End of Detroit.
form Judaism from various parts of German marks was received from age, the prospects may be viewed with Finn, vice-chairman; Nathan Gold- the Jews are proving themselves to
Reports from the organization are
the country, who are serving on that
be' law-abiding citizens.
that the work of combating unem-
Intellectual Advancement Commit-
FROM THE BREAD-LINE
beard, gathered in semi-annual ses- loans in tools. The Polish govern-
Dr. Weizmann in his report de-
Following an explanation of the ployment has been taken over by the
sion to review the work of the past
dared that the question of the north- tee—Louis Cohsne, chairman; Harry methods he was pursuing as judge, department of welfare, leaving the
NEW •ORK—Creating credit fa- year, and adopted a course of action recently permitted the "Ort" to in- ern boundary for Palestine is ap- R. Goldman, vice-chairman; Rabbi the speaker delivered an interesting
institute free to extend its activities
cilities which will enable scores of for the future which is aimed at corporate in the country. Now, he proaching a satisfactory settlement, henry J. Berkowitz, Seymour J. address on the meaning and apriit of
in the fields of Americanization and
thousandii who have been on the bringing home to (ivor• American explained, it would be possible to be- Pinchus Ruttenberg, the author of Frank a n d Max Edwards.
Chanukah and drew a parallel line be- health.
Editorial Committee—Julius Deu- tween the problems that confronted
"bread-line" in l'oland to become Jew the realization of the tremendous
the irrigation scheme, having con-
*,1t is 'Anted out that the Ameri-
again self-supporting, is one of the grovt -th of the Union and the impor- the .lewish workers there who had vinced the French engnieering ex- telbaum, chairman; Rabbi Harry Z. the Maccabees of old and those that
canization work done by the Jewish
benefitted by the organization's work. perts that the Yarmuk waters were Gordon, vice-chairman; Louis Bass, confront the Jews
projects depending on the success of tance of its work.
of today. Ile Institute is devoted to encouraging a
the Appeal issued by the American
indispensable to economic progress in secretary; Adolph Freund, Sites C. praised the work that was being done social consciousness, largely through
The outstanding fact in connection
Jewish Relief Committee for $14,000,- with this meeting stun the decision to
Palestine. The negotiations with Fineberg, Ira Brauer and Harry Gu- in the local Talmud Torahs and practice in self-government. Clubs
000 to help the war-stricken Jews in make proper regulations in the matter
Arab representatives have not been rovich.
praised the men at the head for the formed at the institute are almost
The general committee of the lodge accomplishments of their schools,
Central and Eastern Europe. With of financing the union so as to keep
abandoned, Dr. Weizmann stated, and
entirely self-governing. They send
this end in view there will he estab- its Endowment Fund intact. The
improved immigration regulations for is composed of the president, secre- urging the Jews to support all move-
delegates to a general council, which
Palestine were in *lit. Similarly, tary, treasurer, chairmen of commit- ments on behalf of Jewish education.
. fished shortly in Warsaw "The Jew- meeting also adapted new methods of
forms general plans and policies.
ish Reconstruction Company of Po- conducting the regular financial cam-
the ratification of the Mandate might tees and the following additional
Athletic, educational and artistic
land," a joint stock company. A ma- paign of the union. The 200 cities
ex pected at see early date, Dr. members: William B. Isenberg, Max
is carried on at the insti-
Henry Horowitz Speaks at Shaarey h
Zierer, Dr. 11. W. Goldstick and Dr.
jority of the stock is owned and con- hacking the Union of American He-
AN eizmann assured the committee.
forts of Zionists to rebuild Palestine tote, subject to the aisnroval of an
trolled by the Joint Distribution Com- brew Congregations will be divided
Greetings from U. S.
educational director who keeps in the
Conference on Jan. 12.
as the homeland of the Jew. Ile de-
into groups, each one to he visited by
Rabbis Address Lodge.
background as much as possible.
Dr. Alexander Dushkin, one of the The question of Mr. Jabotinsky's
clared that the signs of the times
The operating plans of the Jewish a member of the Executive Board for
Clinics are conducted daily. The
most prominent Hebrew educators in negotiations with Petlura's repre-
Rabbi Samuel Siegel of New York, were that Palestine will be rebuilt in
Reconstruction Company of Poland the purpose of stimulating interest in
America, who recently returned from sentative was referred to by Robert who represents the Hebrew Immi- our own day, providing all Jews will policy of the organization is to elimi-
were developed in this country by Col. the work of American Judaism and
Palestine, where he was the sacra- &tucker, the Zionistleader from grant Aid Society in Detroit, ad- join the movement for Jewish na- nate orphan asylums. Homeless chil-
Herbert II. Lehman, a member of the securing a steady support of the
tarp of the Palestine Board of Edu- Austria. Cabled greetings were re- dressed the lodge and asked that tional reconstruction and will con- dren are placed in private homes and
New York banking firm of Lehman union's aims and projects.
cation, will speak at the Shaarey Ze- ceived from the Zionist Organization B'nai B'rith members co-operate with tribute liberally and unselfishly of thus have a normal environment and
Brothers, who is chairman of the e.
normal educational opportunities.
The session of the executive board dek services this Friday evening, of America.
construction Committee of the Joint
Georg Halperin, the financial ex- the Hiatt in its emergency fund cam- their wealth and energy for Palestine.
Among the classes conducted by
lasted all day and was largely given Jan. 6.
Joseph Chaggi, who followed th e
Dr. Dushkin is well known in local pert of the Zionist Organization and paign. The support of the Social
the Jewish Institute are those in sew-
over to the consideration of annual
Service Committee, of which Mr. Le- judge with an address in Yiddish, also
brought to this work, to which he de-
circles. He was in De. chairman of the economic commute, vin is chairman, was pledged Rabbi spoke on a Chanukah theme, sketch- 'rig, domestic economy, music and the
voted far more attention than he does reports submitted by the various de- educational
troit three years ago attending a con-'. showed that the monthly budget for
drama for men, women and children.
to his private business, the same ale! partments, boards and committees of ference in the interest of Young Ju- Zionist activities in Palestine was not Siegel.
ing the struggle of the Maccabees to
Reservations for the banquet can
ity that won him the American Dis- the union, chief among them being
Rabbis A. Si. Hershman, Leo M. conquer Hellenism by the power of
tinguished Service Medal, which was the report of Charles Shohl, president dare. Dr. Dushkin is at present con- being met promptly and that as a Franklin and Jacob Bienenfeld also the Jewish spirit. Abraham 1.evitt be made through the United Jewish
nected with the Keren Ilayesod Cen. result the Zionist Executive was open-
Charities, at the Jewish Institute
awarded to him for efficient work on of the Union of American Hebrew tral Bureau in New York. His sub- , ating under a considerable deficit. addressed the last meeting.
also delivered an address in Yiddish
building. A fish dinner will be served
the general staff of the United States Congregations. The most striking
lien Wiener, who was elected following Mr. Chaggi's talk.
at the banquet.
Army. fact revealed in this report is the re- ject is "The New Twelve Tribes in ' Comprehensive economic projects president of the Michigan Council of
R. Zuieback, president of the El
' must therefore be shelved tempor-
For the operation of the Recon- markable growth of the union and the Palestine."
Ilenry Horowitz, chancellor of the I amity. Reporting on the position of B'nai B'rith for 1922, reported on Moshe synagogue, introduced the
struction Company, Poland has been wide ramification of its activities
. Jewish Colonial Trust, Mr. Hal-
divided into seven zones. Autonomous throughout the country. Fifteen new Intercollegiate Menorah Association, the
the past year and also told of his address, Mr. Zuieback pointed out the
be the speaker at the Friday perm said the bank was in an un-
branches have been or will be estaln congregations were added to the fold will
evening service on Jan. 13. Mr. usually sound financial state, its capi- plans for 1922. Messrs. Robinson of things that were already accom-
fished in Warsaw, Lemberg, Wilna,..lust year, making a total number of
Bay City and Kostoff of Flint also plished during the short period he
Rowno, Bialystok and Brest-Litowsk. 237 affiliated congregations, compris- Horowitz, who has addressed Detroit tat having appreciably increased.
was in office. no said that the at-
an individual membership of 26,- audiences before, is an interesting Certificates to contributors to the
Initiation of a class of new mem- tendance at the Talmud Torah con-
Existing local co-operative honks, '1 ing
speaker and his talk is being looked Keren Ilayesod will soon be issued to
bers will be held by l'isgah Lodge on fleeted with his synagogue was more
business organizations and consumers' i 000. To those actively engaged in
and producers' co-operatives, which Promoting the activities and interest forward to with great interest. A those who have complied with the Jan. 16 either at the Elks' Temple than doubled. A ladies' auxiliary was Pageant Entitled "The Jew Through-
luncheon will be given Mr. Horowitz minimum fixed le' the respective or at Temple Beth El. A. B. Seelen- formed and numerous activities for
have been drawn into the enterprise,of the union were added 40,000 at the Carmel Kosher Restaurant on countries, Berthold Feiwel, one of the
out the Ages" to Feature Affair
head up into the regional branch, I women members of the National Friday afternoon. directors, announced. The Keren freund, secretary of the District the coming year were said to have
Starling January 29.
which in turn head up into the central Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
The conference originally called Ilayesod is made or unmade by per- Grand Lodge, as well as of the Con- been planned.
institution in Warsaw, a system re- Two famous collections of books for Wednesday evening, Jan. 11, in sistent activity or inactivity in Pales- stitutional Grand Lodge, is expected
Concert Most Successful.
semliling the Federal Reserve in this and manuscripts purchased in Europe the interest of the Young People's tine, Dr. Feiwel said. The fund was to be here on Jan. 16 to address the
The exhibit showing the work of
The concert at which these men Jews in arts and crafts, to be opened
country. The regional bank deter-, were added to the library of the Ile-
League to be formed under the sus- proceeding with its program and is
Word was received by Pisgah spoke proved to be one of the finest on Jan. 29 at the Jewish Institute
mines the amount of credit which a brew Union College, through the ef- pices of the United Synagogues of about to acquire the school buildings
local credit institution may receive. forts of its librarian, A. S. Oko. One America, has been postponed until owned by the German hilts Verein in Lodge from Dayton, Ohio, that Rabbi and most successful ever staged in under the auspices of the Detroit De-
Detroit. Arrangements for the con-
of them, the personal property of Dr.
Thursday evening, Jan. 12, on ac- Palestine. The mortgage bank, Dr. Samuel S. Mayerberg, former presi- cert program were made by the partment of Recreation and the Edu-
A. Freiman, librarian of the Stoats-
dent of the Detroit lodge, was elected
cational Department of the United
Young Judaea organizations of the Jewish Charities, will embrace many
Bibliotek at Frankfort, Germany, count of the annual banquet of the Feiwel said, founded by the Keren president of the Dayton lodge.
United Jewish Charities, which takes Hayesod, will soon offer its stock on
West End, all of those taking part
alone consists of 8,000 valuable
divisions, according to a statement by
on the program lacing been Young Mary Caplan, educational director of
items. The other is the Edward Birn- place on .tan. 11. the market.
Young people's societies, ladies'
baum collection of Jewish music and
the Jewish Institute.
The feature number of the pro-
liturgy, comprising 10,000 to 12,000 auxiliaries, the I. Z. A., Young Ju- Dr. Feiwel's opinion was supported
The feature of the exhibit will be
gram was a humorous Ilebrew sketch
volumes and pamphlets. Special col- daea Council members and other or- by Dr. Weizmann, who emphasized
the staging a pageant entitled "The
Allan L. Benson States Automobile
ganizations connected with local syn. that if the program laid down by the
especially written for the occasion by
lections of historic coins and Jewish
Jew Throughout the Ages." The Jews
Manufacturer Wants Jewish Aid
agogues are invited to attend this Cars bad Congress is to be carried out,
Bernard ISIVICS, superintendent of
ceremonial objects were secures! for conference. the Zionist Executive must have the
and their part in the history of the
in Changing Money Basis.
the United Ilebrew Schools of De- world will be depicted.
the Union Museum at the college.
sound financial backing of all ele-
troit. Mollie Chabensky and Naomi
As this issue of The Detroit Jew-
The works of American, Palestinian
ments in Zionism.
Buchhalter, members of the Tikvas and European artists will be exhib-
ish Chronicle was going to press, a
The proposed reorganization of the Rabbi Declares in New Year Sermon
Zion Young Judaea Circle, and
copyrighted article by Allen Fs Ben
Many articles made at the Be-
Palestine offices at various ports of
That Rottenness Comes From Top,
George Weiswasser of the Wilkins zalel Art School in Jerusalem will be
son was being flashed country-wide
embarkation in Europe was discussed
Nat Bottom, of Society.
Street Talmud Torah, acted the
by the International News Service to
The works of the Marbadia
at some length by Richard Lichtheim,
sketch in such an able manner that Palestine Carpet Works will also be
the effect that Henry Ford has laid
who also outlined the plan for the
even those who could not understand exhibited.
aside all type on hand containing
transportation of Chaluzim and the
NEW YORK.—The follies and sins the Ilebrew language enjoyed it.
anti-Jewish matter "to turn to other
Costumes and photographs of dif-
proposal to advance their traveling which have "broken the glass of
ferent types of Jews will show the
Ask Re-Staging of Sketch.
allowances to meet the hoped for fashion and deformed society" were
According to Mr. Benson, the
changes in the immigration regula- attacked by Dr. Stephen S. Wise,
The Ilebrew actors drew laugh af- Jews in many lands. The Jews in
Dearborn Independent will carry no a.
tions. Mr. Lchtheim also gave as the Rabbi of the Free Synagogue, in his ter laugh from the audience. Fol- music, literature and art will be pic-
anti-Jewish articles beginning with
opinion of the executive that the New Year's sermon. Decadent man- lowing the presentation of this sketch tured by a collection of books by Jew-
the Jan. 21 issue. The issue of Jan.
Zionist Organization required an ners, improper dress, drinking and a number of people asked that the ish writers including their photo-
14 is to contain a long article en-
English newspaper and the executive breaking the law as a joke are some playlet be re-staged that very night. g ra p hs '
titled "An Address to Gentiles on
The divisions of history, music and
should have an official organ.
of the symptoms of the time which This could not be done due to the
the Jewish Problem."
art will be pulled together in the pa-
Participating in the Actions Com- Dr. Wise said were having a bad ef- lateness of the 'hour.
The International News Service
involving 15 important epi-
mittee meeting, besides the members fect on all classes.
correspondent further states that
of the Zionist Executive who are in
"No lady or gentleman should give evening were the violin selections stales in Jewish history. The careful
Henry Ford, in giving up the cam-
Europe are Robert Stricker, Dr. Ar- intoxicating drinks to young people," given. i'auline Wohl, who has al- Planning of appropriate music, cos-
paign against the Jews, appealed to
thur Ilantke, SIr. Reich, Mr. Poli- said Dr. Wise. "You expose them if ready attracted much attention by tomes and scenery is given as the task
the Jewish people to co-operate with
you do to the dangers of drunken her violin playing before- the B' nai of the chairmen of the respective di-
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him in a plan to change the money
brawls that even occur in high so- B'rith, Temple Beth El and other or- visions of the
Miss Muriel Netzorg is chairman of
ciety. You should not attempt to foil ganizations, thrilled her audience
Mr. Benson quotes Henry Ford as
the government by evading the pro-
of Judaea, an in- A. Lapin Cohen is chairman of the
hibition law, but you should observe member of the Buds o
"I have nothing against the Jews.
it, as it is the law of the land. Five
madge, chairman of the pageant.
I would not harm them nor do I
The second of the social affairs of years' conformity to the law will wipe
Continued on Page 5)
want anybody else to harm them.
the Young People's Auxiliary of the out the drink vice."
appropriate for the exhibition are urg-
God Almighty put them on the earth '
Shaarey Zedsk will be held Sunday
Dr. Wise denounced excessive
here with us • and all of us must live
ed to get in touch with Miss Caplan
evening, Jan. 8, in the Shaarey Ze- dancing at late hours and continued:
together with good will toward each
ON WAY TO PALESTINE at the Jewish Institute, Cadillac 6741.
"Another evil is the competition in
, dek gymnasium. The affairw ill be
other. I have good will for Jews and
featured by entertainment numbers, nudity. Another degrading and defil-
everybody else. I believe the matter
TRIESTE.—(J. T. A.)—The num-
novelties and surprises. The Misses ing thing of fashion today is the way
we have printed about the Jews will
Ethel Shetzer and Belle Silverman young women openly use cosmetics. ber of emigrants passing through this
do the Jews themselves good as well
planning the party. A splendid
"What can we expect from the peo- port bound for Palestine has in-
as everybody else. It was only for
ple of Grand street and Houston creased appreciably within the last
orchestra will furnish the music.
this reason that I printed it."
This party is being given for mem- street when they see such examples few weeks. During the last fortnight
NEW YORK.—(J. C. B.)—A re-
bers in good standing only. No more as these? I once believed that rot- 740 emigrees from the Ukraine em- cent invaluable acquisition to the
POLISH SCHOLARS EXCLUDE
War orphans are one of the big problems facing the Amer IC1111 Jewish applications are being received and tenness (darted from the bottom of barked here for Palestinian ports. A ranks of Keren Ilayseod workers is
JEWS FROM ORGANIZATION
Relief Committee. Some of them have been rescued and •r e being is- none will be accepted at the door. society, but I am now convinced that group of Jewish students from reported from San Antonio, Texas,
VILNA-1J. T. A.)—A mutual
tructed in such schools is. this. Others ha•e never seen the i nterior of a Many social affairs are being planned it comes from the top. The only dif- Czecho-Slovakia who had undergone in the person of Bishop Johnson, a
benefit association composed of Pol-
chool room. If they era not to grow up untaught and through their igno- for the balance of the teason, all of ference is that the lower elements agricultural training preparatory to celebrated authority on church his-
ish scholars has been formed here. , ranee become • menace to society, America must find means to help therm which will be for members only, with are brazen and unashamed, while in their departure has also embarked tory, who is working energgtically
Only scholars of 'Polish nationality" That is one reason why the committee is just now seeking to raise $14,- the exception of whatever affairs may the high social circles their vulgarity from here with the intention of set- for the success of the PalestineFoun-
are eligible for membership, the by-,
and audacity are disguised."
tling at Chederah.
be planned for students.
000,000 to carry on its work.
Temple Beth El will celebrate its
seventh annual Student Day, Sun•
day, Jan. 15.
SAYS JUDGE KEIDAN
REPORTED AS GOOD
ADOPT PLANS FOR
DR. DUSHKIN TO
EXHIBIT TO SHOW
JEWS IN MUSIC,
AS GIVING UP
ATTACK ON JEWS
DR. WISE ATTACKS
OF HIGH SOCIETY
One of Big Problems
Faced by Jewish Relief Committee
Y. P. A. MEMBERSHIP
PARTY THIS SUNDAY
BISHOP IS A KEREN