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FIVE OF SAMUEL'S
ESCORTS MURDERED

Pentecost, and the government Pst 'l
wined the celebration till Monday,
June 5, in order to allow the Jewish
community to join in the celebration.
The Palestine Arabs protested against
the postponement, declaring that it
was an indication of the extent of
Zionist power in Palestine.
This year the government refused
to postpone the celebration and the
Jews have consequently not partici-
pated. The Arab press is jubilant
over the affront to the Jews.

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GERMANY TO ADMIT
ARTIFICIAL REFRIGERATION FOR
JEWISH REFUGEES
HOME HAS COME INTO ITS OWN

For many years the principles of ions far more easily than can be done
WARSAW.-0. C.
— As pre-
artificial refrigeration have been un- with the ordinary icebox, artificial re-
frigeration (or more specifically, elec- viously reported, the German govern-
derstooll and applied in a commercial trical refrigeration) is being adopted ment declared itself prepared to give
transmigration facilities through Ger-
way, but only in the last three or rapidly in all parts of the country.
High Commissioner Returns
"In private homes, clubs, hotels, many to 300 refugees expelled from
four years have manufacturers nue-
Safely to Jerusalem From
seeded in adapting the idea to domes- hospitals, yachts, etc., it has trans- Poland, and to allow them to stay in
formed the old-fashioned icebox into the country until they received their
Mettulah.
tic or household use.
"It is agreed today, however," says a veritable cold storage plant, capable visas and were able to continue their
journey.
C. A. Benton!, president of Ileat & of manufacturing its own cold.
JERUSALEM.--1J. T. A.) —The
Dr. Spiegel, the representative of
"The mechanism consist simply of
Cold, Inc., 4490 ('ass avenue, local
High Commissioner, Sir Herbert Sam-
Kelvinator representatives, "that ar- a tank that fits into the ice compart- the German Red Cross, went especial-
uel arrived safely in Jerusalem after DR. HELLER SAYS FINN
ly
to Warsaw in order to arrange de-
tificial refrigeration for the home has ment of the refrigerator, and a small
presiding at the exercises celebrating
SHECH1TA BAN NOT NEW come into its own. In view of its electric motor and compressor unit in tails on the 010d. He did not arrive
the inclusion in the Palestine terri-
there,
however, until after April 15,
greatly increased convenience and its the basement, back vestibule or some
tory of Mettulah, the northernmost
by which elate the term fixed by the
NEW YORK.— (J. C. HI—Finland ability to preserve meats and provis. other out-of-the-way place."
Polish government for the evacuation
Jewish colony.
is not alone in prohibiting Shechita,
Two more British gendarmes of the according to Dr. Max !teller, Rabbi
Weeks and Gen. John J. Pershing of the refugees had already expired,
10 who were ambushed by Bedouins
greeted the conference. Chaplain La- and the refugees who had been selec-
of Temple Sinai, New Orleans, who
after escorting the II igh Commission-
zaron, Officers' Reserve Corps, delis.
draws the attention of the J. C. B.
er, are dead of wounds. This makes
creel an address on "Religion for
to the inaccuracy of its report on Ap-
a total of five dead, and one captured.
American Manhood." The important
ril 27. "As for as I a minformed,
"The Jewish Welfare Board is con- subjects discussed in the conference
It hi now settled the brigands' attack
Switzerland has for some time pro- tinuing its program of welfare activ-
took place as the escort which served
hibited Scheenita," Dr. Heller writes: ities for the 4,500 men of Jewish included the problem of the advance-
as a vanguard for the High Commis-
ment of the moral and religious life
fact that prohibition, I believe, is
faith in the service, and for the 1,000
sioner, who was with a rear party, "In
f the army by the development of
still in force; whether the strong agi- Jewish veterans still in government
was proceeding mirth toward Matto-
tation some years ago, in Saxony, suc- hospitals and contract institutions," resources within the military estab-
lab, and not on its return trip south,
lishment, as well as the utilization of
ceeded, I cannot recall positively."
said Dr. Cyrus Adler, chairman of th
as previous reports had It. The brig-
those resources which the nation as
It appears that Finland's edict
Army and Navy committee of the a while, through church and corn.
ands, it is asserted also, were Be-
against the Jewish method of slaugh-
Jewish Welfare Board, who presided munity contact, auxiliary agencies
douins from across the Jordan, and
tering Animals is not new, the prohi-
at one of the meetings of the Confer- and legislation, can give.
not members of a Palestine tribe.
bition having been In force for some
ence on Moral and Religious Work in
The English troops are fast on the
time. Apparently the Finnish gov-
the United States Army, at which was
heels of the bandits.
ernment had the prohibition under re-
discussed the extension of moral and ARREST 300 JEWS FOR
The name of the tribe to which the
view and decided to confirm it.
RESIDING IN DANZIG
religious work for the army: •
bandits belonged is not known. Sev-
eral of the bandits believed to have
The conference, which was held in
DANZIG. — (J. T. A.) — Govern-
been involved in the murderous deed PALESTINE JEWS WANT
Washington on June 6 and 7, was at-
ment agents swooped down upon the
have been arrested. One was serious-
AGENCY IN JERUSALEM tended by more than 60 distinguished Jewish quarter and arrested 300 Jew-
ly wounded in his attempt to get away
educators, clergymen of various de-
from the British soldiers.
nominations, leaders of welfare or. ish immigrants charged with illegally
JERUSALEM.—(J. T. A.) —The ganizations, military officials, and 25 residence in Dmizig.
The bandits involved in the slaying
Attempts have been made to have
National
Council
of
Palestine
Jews
at
of the five gendarmes are believed to
chaplains who rendered exceptional
belong to a group which has been its meeting recently, adopted a resolu- service (luring the World war, at the the arrested released on bail until
their
court hearing, but thus far they
preying on the villages round-about tion urging that the seat of the Jew- invitation of the Hon. John W.
have been unsuccessful and the 300
for some time, killing many people ish Agency be in Jerusalem and that Weeks, Secretary of War.
are still in the custody of the Free
and bringing about general destruc- Palestine Jewry be adequately repre-
Dr. Adler, speaking about the pres-
sented thereon.. The resolution is ad-
City officials.
tion of property.
ent activities and future plans of the
Sir Herbert is leaving for London dressed to the Zionist Organization
Jewish Welfare Board, which in ad-
the end of this month for an extended which, under the terms of the Pales-
dition to its work in developing and Emanuel Completes Plans For
vacation. Sir Gilbert Clayton, Civil tine Mandate, is recognized as the
New Synagogue.
stimulating Y. M. II. A.s, Y. W. II.
Secreatry, will act for the High Com- Jewish Agency.
Official figures published show 969 A.s, Jewish Centers, tend kindred or-
missioner until the latter's return in
ganizations throughout the country,
At a meeting of the Congregation
Jewish
immigrants
entered
Pelestine
`September.
works with the men in service and in Emanu-El, held on Wednesday, June
Completion of arrangements for during April,
20, a final decision as to plans for
Mystery surrounds the death of a government hospitals, said:
the Palestine loan and the jurisdiction
"The program of the board con- the new synagogue building, to be lo-
of the local Jewish communities in Jewish boy and girl who were found
cerns itself with the spiritual and cated at Taylor and Wilson, was
dead
on
the
beach
near
Tel-Aviv.
Ev-
l'alestine, are among the questions the
moral welfare of every individual of reached. The congregation also de-
High Commissioner is expected to con- erything tends to the belief that the
Jewish faith in the service. Every cided to engage a financial secretary
sider with the British government two, both aged 20, committed suicide.
Their names have not yet been ascer- means at its disposal is utilized in its on a salary basis. Experienced book-
during his holiday.
cial Army and Navy committee, rep- keepers desiring to devote part time
On Saturday, June 2, the birthday tained.
effort to minister to the men. A spe- to'bilecongregation are asked to ap-
of King George V. was officially cele-
resentatile in character, for its per- ply to Ralph Weizman, 7475 Wilson
brated here. As the King's birthday
LIEBERMANS ON BUYING TRIP
sonnel comprises members of all na- avenue
(June 2) was on Sunday, the Jewish
tional rabbinic and congregational or-
Max
Lieberman,
senior
member
of
population made representatoins to
ganization, has been organized to di-
the government asking that the cele- the Lieberman Furniture Company,
bration be postponed to Monday an 629-639 Gratiot avenue, left on Tues- rect these activities. Representatives
of the booed conduct religious serv-
that the Jews should be able to partic- day for Grand Rapids to join his son,
Sam, who is on a buying trip. They ices periodically, and wherever possi-
ipate.
Last year the King's birthday co- will visit other markets before return- ble, meet the men individually. Where
camps are located adjacent to Jewish
incided with the Jewish festival of ing.
communities the men are encouraged
to attend services in the synagogue.
"In the high holy days of 1922
1,600 service men and disabled vet-
erans, of whom no less than 1,000
were in the United States army, par-
ticipated in observances arranged at
50 central points by the board. Our.
ing the recent Passover 61 celebra-
tions, each of which included the
rot LILHTIST UKIAH BOAT MOTOR Olt MB WAicit
Seder service, were attended by 1,700
men and disabled veterans, of whom
approximately 1,000 were in the
United States army. They came from
125 posts, stations, prisons, ships and
hospitals. In accordance with Jewish
tradition, Matzoths to the amount of
10,000 pounds were supplied to 3,500
Jewish service men and disabled vet-
erans, of whom more than 2,000 were
in the army. The other holidays,
As easy to carry as a pair of oars. The
which included the Feast of Weeks
whole family can use and enjoy it. Takes
and Tabernacles, the Maccabaean
apart quickly for packing in handy suit case.
Festival of Dedication, and the Feast
Slides under Pullman seat. Requires no
of Esther are also appropriately cele-
batteries. Has built-in Quick Action Mag-
brated."
At the opening session Secretary
neto, Real Float Feed Carburetor, Spark

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HOOLIGANS SHOUT
"DEATH TO JEWS;"
TWO ARE WOUNDED

let for transmigration through Gr-
many had left l'oland.
The permission of the German gov-
ernment no longer Maids good, but Dr.
Spiegel declares that he hopes that the
German Red Cross will be able to per-
suade the government to allow 300 to
WARSAW.=(J. T. A.1—Shouting
500 refugees who must leave Poland
a fter Sept. 1, to stay in Germany un- "Death to the Jews," a gang of hool-
til after they have obtained their Am- igans invaded the Jewish quarter lute
erican visas.
Saturday night attacking Jews on

ADLER ADDRESSES
ARMY CONFERENCE

SCORES DIE IN ARAB FEUDS
JERUSALEM—(J. T. Asl—A
seemingly endless series of feuds is
raging between Arab tibes located
between the provinces of Aleppo and
Hama, in French Syria. Scores of
villages are reported to have been
virtually wiped out. Approximately
100 Arabs are reported to have been
slain in recent clashes.

Krochmadna and Gnojna streets. Jojne
Siegelman and Wulf Rosenfeld are

among the more seriously wounded.
Panic caused by the disturbance

among Jewish shop keepers and pass-
er:shy continued until one o'clock in
the morning. In addition to the din-
turbers of the peace several Jews are
being held.

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