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THE ONLY JEWISH NEWSPAPER PRINTED IN MICHIGAN
DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1924
VOL. XV, NO. 2%
FUND FOR NATIONAL
SOUGHT IN DETROIT
Six Millennia Old
NEWEST ADDITION TO UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS
THREE OTHER BUILDINGS COMPRISING DETROIT'S
JEWISH EDUCATIONAL CIRCUIT
Were Made of Copper and Ex-
cavated in Neighborhood
of the City of Ur.
Per Year, $3.00; Per Copy, 10 Cents
All Jews Must Be
Rabbi Berkowitz Delivers Ser-
mon on "My Views on Pales-
tine" at Temple Beth El.
AMERICA ON EVE OF
CLOSING ITS GATES TO
Passes National Origins
Amendment Without Rec-
Slowly but surely the leaders of the
Zionists came to understand that
their original enthusiasm about the
Milford Stern Will Lead
For the City's Quo
mental work, thought to be the ear-
a little. They had gone too
1910 CENSUS AS BASIS
; liest specimens
bal-Cain, the cunning artificer of
ine ll was
P o a o ledstm
poinp utlhae- 1 150,000
c e setss frythtoe w
brass and iron mentioned in Genesis,
o f the re rest
Under Amendment Effec-
NEW BUILDING CALLED
tion of the country as well as the con-
i the neighbor-
have brio unearthed in
five July 1, 1927.
AN URGENT NECESSITY , hood of Ur, the City of Abraham, the
country , nandbythiinsdhuamdrytoabnd
Hebrew Patriarch. The importance
done by colonization, by slow but
discoveries cannot he over-
Nearly 200 Patient Treated
m mi rat o n,
t h work,
and above all by money— Senate, without a record vote, passes!
' I l' i njilisZ'
i e rit. glau i ' g t i nti:: Tlighs t
and 100 Additional Beds
whi c h wa s old 3, 000 years before the
procure the necessary funds there, amendment in its latest modified
I birth of King Tutankh-Amen. It is
had to be more unity in Jewish ranks form, as introduced by Reed. The
estimated that these ornaments are
than there had been. With a large amendment now provides that, cora-
kt the solicitation of the officers! from 6,500 to 9,000 years old. Not
portion of the Jews of America, and mincing July 1, 1927, immigration
and board of trustees of the Nations , only are I
archaeo ogi st s confronted
that portion the very rich, holding' shall be limited to 150,000 per year,
Jewish Hospital for Consumptives of ! with some remarkably well preserved
aloof, it was doubtful if very much the number of each nationality ad-
Denver, the twenty-fifth annual meet- , specimens of the earliest forms of
could be done. There had to be a missible to be based on the national
last writing, according to one opinion, but
ing of which was held in Chicago
common platform upon which all origin of the entire population of the
week, Milford Stern of this city, trus- , the early dynasties of the Kings of
could meet—a sane, safe, well au- United States in the year 1920, each
tee of the hospital, will lead a cam-' Ur, hitherto regarded as mythical,
thenticated and reasonable program nationality to be entitled to its ratio
assigned' are now proved to have existed and
paign for $15,000, the quota
of Palestinian activities which would of this whole total national origin.
$350.000', the Biblical account of the Flood still
appeal to all sides. The new Zionism The statistics are to be compiled by
to Detroit in the drive for
for a new hospital building.
has most certainly arrived at such a a joint board consisting of the Secre-
Stern will be assisted by a corps of source. The discoveries, it is said,
program, and with their present pro- taries of Labor, State and Commerce,
25 men who are active in Jewish coin- also tend to prove that :Mesopotamia
gram I ant keenly sympathetic. If ' who shall announce the result of their
munal work. The campaign will be was the cradle of the human race, a
Zionism at the present day means investigation not later than March 4,
held in the early part of May. M , distinction
that all Jews should combine their 1928. The only material change in
Stern has expressed confidence that 1 Egypt and elsewhere.
efforts in order to bring back to Pal-, this amendment, as passed, is making
An Advanced Civilization.
the Jews of Detroit would raise the I
estine those Jews who long for and the scheme effective in 1927 instead
mount in tin impressively short time. ,
desire the ancient soil, then I am a of 192(1 as previously provided.
i nga n tin
e vote on this plan the entire
Non National Jewish Hospital,' , the Copper and Brass Research Asso-
Zionist. If Zionist today means the
Bthe arried out pia
revivification of Hebrew as a tongue, Senate
said Mr. Stern when he returned 1 dation, workmen have been busily
the opportunity for the Jew to live a I the Republican caucus. The Demo-
from Chicago, at its last annual engaged for some time in excavating
lled Tell el O be id,
Jewish life, to observe his Sabbath crats failed to make any material on-
meeting decided to ask the Jews of !a little s mound ca about four an d o ne-
and his holy seasons unmolested bylposition to this plan, most Democrats
America to contribute $350,000 for i which
the pressure of economic competition, supporting it, and the overwhelming
from the City
Reports ha f
of joint aus.
then I am a Zionist. If Zionism I sentiment in favor is shown by the
an additional building
or k has been under
showed that while the present ea- , w
means the opportunity for the de-, fact that not a single Senator even
pacity of the hospital is 17 5 beds, vics o th British
The Oakland velopment of Jewish communities; asked for a roll call, the vote being
of . Pennsylvania,
ally be- , University
■ nd Byron avenues to be dedicated Sunday.
. with all the possibilities that they , taken vocally.
number is of 1S14.
It was declared the personal direction of C. Leonard
This plan is even more discrimins-
Torah (upper right) located on Oakland and Westminster. The Wilkins Talmud Torah
e Woolley. The people who lived there
have in potentia because of the in-
that, in order to accominodate th thousands of years ago were in par t Talmud
spiration of the soil and of the n-, tory against South and East Euro-
Kirby Center (lower right), situated at Kirby and St. Antoine.
ever growing number of afflicted
per- Sumerians, the predecessors of the The
' cient memories, then I am a Zionist. peens, including Jews and Italian,
sons to pleading
Surely no thinking person, no self-re- than
at least 100 more Chaldeans at Ur, according to the
specting Jew can be opposed to that reduces the ratio of these national!.
ing en must be erected without de- bulletin. Not only were they the
Nothing Can Be Done.
Was well adva ed,
the great aim of Reform Judaism one I
s a t eheir civiliz ation
''The National Jewish Hospital i
their knowledge ofncthe
iota. It will not mean that Jews Senator Walsh of Massachusetts,
non-sectarian institution, although specially
shall cease to be the living witness Democrat, one of the few Senators
the funds maintaining it come front working of metals, and they had de-
Rabbis See Danger to Religion in
of God to the peoples all over the, opposing drastic legislation, was not
exclusively Jewish sources. It is an veloped great skill in hammering and
world. It will not rob any Jew of 1 in the chamber when the vote was
institution for indigent patients. casting
copper. copper objects have
Calla on Reform Congregations his citizenship in any other country. I taken. When informed he stated that
It will not expatriate us here in If an opportunity presented itself ho
Among the present patient Impute- been found up to the present and a They Played No part in the
NEW YORK.--(J. T. A.)—The
to Raise Sums Pledged
would ask for a record vote, but ad-
pride to me remarkable feature is their uniformly
restrictive immigration bill, passed on
mined it would do no good, saying:
Haven of Rest.
to hear of the notable work that is excellent condition. Estimated to be
the eve of Passoer, was the subject
We should be thankful that our "Whet can we do?" He also stated:
being done in that hospital. I was around 6,500 years old, and found
of many sermons preached by the
Dr. Kress. Says
Senator Wadsworth. for ex-
much impressed with the efforts put embedded in the debris of the fallen
CINCINNATL—Plans have been
rabbis at the Passover serices. It
from New York, a
forth in the research departmenttemple, while cracked in a number of
was generally expressed by the rab- launched for the securing of funds where they will enjoy some kind of ample,
such a large Hebrew population,
with the effectiveness of the immob. places, yet, according to Dr. Woolley.
NEW YORK.—Police reserves were bis that the passage of this bill marks from Reform congregations through-
(Continued on page 12.)
lization treatment which was begun "it has been possible to remove the called to handle a crowd of more than an epoch in American Jewish life and out the country to meet the budget-
sentiment of the Senate."
recently and is to be adopted through- I figures for the most part in good con-
requirements of the Union of
constitutes a denial and a reversal of
The Senate is expected to vote
out the institution. The treatment dition, and, though they will be great-
Hebrew Congregations for
upon the plan of immigration to be
.::! the admiration of the medi- lY improved by proper cleaning meth 1500 who surged against the doors Na-
of the long cherished American i deal s erican
and traditions, as well as an a r( n
sch as is feasible only in a Temple Enintanu-El, where Dr.
the special with
than Kress, before a reconl congreg - to the memory of the founders of the 1924. This
Bonet origins plan goes into opera.
to the fund will be laboratory at home, yet even now lion of 2,500, denied that Jews were republic.
of the cil of the Union held in Chicago, in
don. The Republican caucus deck).
they quite excite the admiration of
them." The ob. "
ed, as already reported, upon a re-
persons sub- every one who
given at the
duction of 1 per cent of 1910, but
to ' jects formed part of the ornamental responsible
for the crucifixion
sus. The coincidence
of Easter of and
to the Union a sum eq
Senator Reed stated to the J. T. A.
work which decorated the temple of
e made i
after the Senate ad-
Proposal Regarded As
e their names on the memorial
reds and from prejudices against the on them had the assessment plan been , Sterling
tablet. Contributions of $250 will be the goddess Ninkhursair,
journment, that there was a possi-
the of hitherto
ject, Dr. grass explained, were the stranger. The whole history of the adopted. David A. Brown, chairman
Aiming Against the Jew•
recorded on the contributors' tablet. King A-an-ni-pad-da,
First Dynasty of Ur, the main factors in attracting so many.
Passover puts into the strongest con- of a special committee to raise these
in favor of the 1890 census during
The privilege of designating a de- M
The preacher's subject was "The trast the teachings of Egypt and the funds, has issued an appeal to the
parted loved one for the annual use
AN ASIIINGTON.—(J. T. A.)—The
dish service will be accorded to those third after the Flood.
A new and overshadowing develop-
Crucifixion of Jesus." After assert- teachings of Judaism about the treat- delegates who attended reminding
ment of the alien. The opening chap-
to therm Sterling amendment, directly aimed ment is the introduction by Senator
ing that the Jews played no part in ters of Exodus give us the earliest them of their pledge, and well
who were not present as
to cut off Jewish immigration by re- Sterling of South Dakota at an
The Jews of hlilwaukce, who were
ime of Calvary, he said: "The examples of anti-alien legislation on presidents of congregations and their
(miring the quotas to be allotted to I amendment asking that the Commis-
called upon to raise $15,000, exceed-
nuslern Jew looking foward, not record. They are summed up in rabbis.
different racial groups within each sioner of Immigration, in apportion-
funds i n one of the shortest
foreign country, proportionately, was ing the quotas, both under the Reed
Brown Points Out Need..
in the history of the
his soul: "Do not bother about those trive craftily against them.' Over
In this appeal Mr. Brown pointed overwhelmingly defeated by the Sol- plan and whatever interim percent-
who anciently crucified Christ in Cal- against this policy we set that of out the need for these funds, stating, ate, although no record vote was ta- I age basis may be adopted, shall esti-
vary', Stop! Stop crucifying Christ Moses, 'An alien thou shalt not op- out the Union's work must go on at ken.
mate and approximate the different
press, for ye know the heart of the
1phia and By.
The decisive defeat of this measure I "commonly recognized and well de-
cho at Philade
alien, seeing that ye were aliens in a greater pace than before, since the
fined" racial groups within every na-
eon Avenues to Be Opened
the land of Egypt.'
, minute change of attitude toward the I tionality• in other words, the quota
The greatest popular error in
"While the pleasures which Pha- to make Jews more Jewish. Ile asked
, shall be apportioned to the venous
chri.temiem is the belief heist iniplic- raoh took were barbarous, the spriit that the congregations make the
Home of New
sylvania, who had originally promised racialgroups in the ratios that such
Danzig Favored A.
The formal opening of the new illy or explicitly that the Jews were of the Egypt of his (lay is not dead." ter of financing the Union its most
bear to the entire population
Hebrew responisble for the crucifixion of Je-
Dr. Samuel Schulman, rabbi of
school building of the United
cial offices of the committee have p art him. Senator Reed, In explain- 1 of their country of origin.
recently completed at the sus and by a most illogical inference Temple Beth-El, said:
Aimed Chiefly at Jests.
WARSAW. — (J. T. A.) — Louis schools
"We have recently heard it said been opened at the headquarters of ing his changed attitude, gives little
Senator Sterling, after introducing
Doktorwitz, the representative of in- ', corner of Philadelphia and Byron that the Jews are . responsible
the Union in Cincinnati, with , . comfort to the Jews. After Sterling
will take place Sunday after- crime of Cahill's , Searching the rec- with joyous boasting that America
frankly admitted to
fluential Jewish circles that are plan- avenues
27, at 2 o'clock. The ords of the New Testament we are will no longer be the asylum for the Brown in charge.
Senator supported his amendment,; the J. T. A. correspondent that it was
niversity in nom April
In his letter Sr. Brown said:
ping to build a Jos ish u
will be presided amazed to find that far front being oppressed. Ti, my mind this means a
the Jews, who, he
"All of the present activities of the Reed, in taking the floor to deny this, aimed
Eastern Europe, has returned from , dedication
el 1 the multitudes of Jews radical change in the spirit of the
Geneva, where he conferred on the over by David A. Brown and the prin- ,
Union must go on. This Was thee , admitted that originally he had ap- I asserted, have been emigrating to
'Tat the Passover season, land.
plan with the intellectual commission cipal address will be delivered
It is a change which implies a spirit of the several hundred del
M. Hershman re d the Jesus ; was acclaimed as a great hero,
gates who attended the council Sur- base his reversal
population of Poland,
rs on the discrimina- numbers. The
pa m branches were wavy.' in his hon- breakdown of true religion. There-
of the League of Nations.
In an exclusive interview given to Shaarey Zedck Synagogue. Rabbis
., of the amendment,
or and hosannahs were chanted in aP -
'To do the essential work, the bud- i saw that "my only apprehension is but four JeWs have been coming to
the representative of the J. T. A. Mr. Judah I.. Levin, Moses Fisher Cantors
the • facts and
' rt i1. • ..
should frankly face
every one Pole, and the same is prac-
e s - . Aishiskin will also speak.
io.r.gohf t hi j e s wPic.'hrep
(Continued on Page '7)
- , Hyman
In a fuller statement later, he add• tically true of Russia and Roumania.
tnal comm ission had received
of ham Synagogue and Benjamin Blei-
•Slesus taught Jewish dnetrines and
— — I ed: "My objection does not lie to the I This is unfair to the predominating
vitation from the government
ternatinord , berg of Beth David Synagogue will celebrated the Jewish holidays and (M-
I idea of the Senator from South Da- ' population of those countries, Ster-
Spain to establish this inn,
should be admitted
tes and ceremonies.
lie ling declared, who
kota. I think his idea would fine
Jewish u university in Spai but that
evening at 6:30 e o'clock
eter he had explained the peculiar offer Wednesday
if it could be worked out." Ile then according to their own proportion.
ill' W IIS l ien many
a banquet w ill h e g i ven i
would attend an investigation of the Sterling denied prejudice against the
school. Arrange- Jews and in some, like other Jewish
conditions surrounding a university ,
explained the practical difficulty that
DENIES THAT JEWS
TO PHARAOH'S POLICY
UNION NEEDS URGED
BY DAVID A. BROWN
SENATE QUOTA SEE N ,
AS JEWISH REBUFF
WEEK OF FESTIVITIES
To MAR DED
UNIVERSI TY PLAN IS
ACCEPTED BY LEAGUE
amed Chess Master, Facing
Forty - Two Skilled Players,
Reveals l'riumphant Calmness
for Jewish students, the intellectual tnrium of
are being made teachers, unconventional in his inter-
ef giving the other people "a square
racial groups in foreign countriee and Jews, asserting he was desirous only
commission decided not to accept the I !rents for . II. Ehrlich. 5553 Second ',relation of Jewish law and custom.
offer. by Mrs.
'I' s Senator
who is receiving
reserve. II is disciples were Jews, his friends
the determination of the race of
Sterling declared that Sen-
and associates were Pharisees, those
One of the objections to having the boulevard,
aloe Reed had consented to this
much maligned and little understood
ity in Spain, pointed out by
What Senate Bill Contains
amendment, and that he, Sterling, in-
Pupils to Give P lay.
Mr. Doktorowitz, was the fact that .
following evening pupils of leaders of the J udaism of Jesus's day.
The Senate bill, as adopted, differs
r. Emanuel Lasker, In Local Exhibtion Contest, Gives
Spain has no national minorities with-' the
United Ilehrew Schools will pre- Therefore the ews had 0" reason to
from the House bill in only three im-
to be particeps crimi-
portent respects: The two retr cent tended
Detroit Illustration of Brilliance in Game for
in it..1 territory.
sent a play in Hebrew. These pupils crucify Jesus or
in the to
of the Senate
Invited Jews Repeatedly.
ef 1090 under the Senate bill only the result will be is conjectural,
. in his death.
Since her wholesale expulsion of have been recruited from the
stays in effect until July first, 1927, anything
is liable to happen. The
which last year enacted with signal nis "The records in the New Testament
' effect that the passage of this amend.
the Jews at the end of the fifteenth ,
his opponent, the expression on his when Reed's national origins plan
made', success "Samson and Delilah" and which were written about a century
to Page Seven)
century, Spain has repeatedly
Two score and two of the most face, for all its immobility, suggested . goes into operation. Under the first (Turn
endeavors to regain a Je
week's festivities after the
on i is "S'gincsInu',IlinPgarith:
! will be a stance to be given by the the material for which was gathered skillful chess players in Detroit and that what he might have said, had he plan about 102,000 will be admissable
tattoo, and the present imitati
other cities in Michigan faced Dr.
no reason, per year, which will be reduced to
as an expression of Spain's Woman's League of the United He- from oral tradition have ve confusing
the Emanuel Lasker of The Hague in an spoken, was: "Well, I see
why you make such ado abeut a v,ty 150,000 per year by the national ,oi-
Schools Saturday evening, counts
willingness to acquire a Jewish ale
Nazarene. Dean Inge, the noted En- exhibition match at Temple Beth El small and obvious matter." Or. find.. gins basis. The second important
ment in the country.
ing that a young player lost a pats•' point of difference is that the Senate , British Ambassador Pays Respects to
glish ecclesiastie, pointed out that the last Tuesday evening under the
Plans are being made for the
light of faith tells that Christ is pices of the Men's Club of Temple ing chance by making a move not' bill contains no exemption of certain
Pa lestine Leader.
tab lishment of the Jewish unisity
Beth El and the Detroit Chess and altogether to his advantage. the ex- I relatives of citizens, which is provid- ,
in the free
Schools are: Esser Rabinowitz, presi- risen, but not th cannot guarantee Checker Clots. Twenty-six went pressien in his big. discerning eyes, ed by the House bill'. This exemption - W A S H I N GTON.—Chief Rabbi
dent: J. Friedberg, vice-president; third day. Faith
down to defeat valiantly, six tri- according to authentic interpretation, would have enabled the admission of
over and above the quota number. t. I. Kook of Palestine and head of
be- ' Max Rosinsky, treasurer, and Harry the Gospel history. The Jews were umphed over the erstwhile winner of meant simply this: "Yoeng man, do thousands
of additional immigrants the rabbinical delegation now visiting
I Goldberg, secretary. The building deprived of autonomous rule by the
Duscoff, Roman government in the time of Je- the international tournament in New you realize what you just have dons? seer
America, accompanied by Rabbi
tv..een Gledkau and Oliva, donated
consists of Louis
York, while 10 derived encourage- Do you blame me for taking advan. The third difference is the adoption • Aaron Teitelbaum, executive secre-
It will commis-
be goy- , chairman; Esser Rabinowitz, J. Fried- sus. The right to inflict capital pun- ment from the fact that their games
by an Senate.
of the Central Relief Committee,
presentatives berg and David Robinson. Members ishment was taken away
Jewish tribunal of just_ ended in draws.
!.- was received by President Coolidge
would puff his cigar, now but the • North Carolina, amendment e
Like a busy surgeon passing remnant of its former rounded opu• , preference up to one-fourth of each!
one each from I of the committee on arrangements in- Sanhedrin, years
the prior to the death of
executive mansion April 15.
' elude M. B. Cohen, chairman; Louis tice, 40
through the wards of a great hospital lence, and the smoke, if it could but countries quota to
The President displayed keen inter-
England. France, Germany, Italy, P 9 rh ,,,,,fr, David Robinson, J. Fried- Jesus.
making hurried inspection of his pa- speak, would say : "These
Detroit era. This will, of course,
the personality of the visitor
land and Russia. Dr. Albert Einstein
Esser Rabinowitz, Michael
, 'But if the Jewn as a whole did not tients, the little German master players are good players, sure that extent the nu bteir of r
in the work now being, done to-
has pledged hie support and services , berg,
Krell, Louis Crane and Aaron Klein.
passed along the two batteries of enough, but they are not altogether
upbuilding of the ancestral
to the university.
Bernard Isaacs is superintendent crucify Jesus, did not some Jews cru- keen, intellectual men mustering all
, Jewish home, as well as in the Jewish
to be feared. Things are coming the Jews.
of the United Hebrew Schools. In
their chess science to triumph against along staisfactorily. The situation is
campaign now being car-
addition to the school to be dedicated,
story be correct, which critical echo'. the former champion of the world.
The Senate and House
, • will now, ■ vied on by the Central Relief
the Detroit Jewish educational sys-
he went from well in hand."
joint conference mittee.
The great Dr. William Osier Was be taken
tem consists of the Wilkins School, arship doubts. The priests who were Puffing a big cigar as
ON CLUB'S PROGRAM the Oakland School and the Kirby in league with Pontius Pilate were board to board, now making a light- immensely fond of the word "imper- , mween representatives
Earlier in the day, the Chief Rabbi,
of the two
corrupt Smiduccan politicians, Res- ning-rapid move and now concen-
turbability" and of the mental and' . bodies
who will endeavor to agree o n in his capacity as spiritual advisor
man sycophants who were intimated trating for a moment or two when
Re Will Gi•e Dramatic . Center.
spin foal qualities it suggested. The , the differences. The Senate conferees I of the Jewish people in one of the
by and did not intimidate Pilate the confronted with a dangerous situa-
British mandataries, was received at
peace, the mastery, the clarity of vi-
tion, he displayed a poise and a calm- sion which the imperturbable mind ■ appointed were: Senators Reed, Penn-1
procurator of Judea.
r iirshniernmeb ;a a r b Is. who as 1,nobritils3-,
DETROIT JEWS ON COUNTY
ness that was at once tantalizing and
eat, sylvania; Sterling, Keyes, King and t he
"Pilate in the gospel of John clea
Professor Nelson of the public
Illarrie. Senator King, Democrat, Is I t a h ador,
ly says in the 19th chapter that he
inment of the intellectual the only one inclined to be somewhat t thereafter returned the Chief Rabbi's
of the Univers- ; BOARD OF
has absolute power over Jesus. prehended the condition of things on man. Such seemed to be the mind liberal and the rest are bitter restric- courtesy. by calling on the rabbi at
ity of Chicago will give a dramatic
County Board of Su-
t thou not that I have power the board st a glance.
of Dr. Lasker at the chess bourns-
e •• .•
reading entitled "I
, tionists. There can be very little hope his hotel. evening • reception was
Old and youne, college and profes-
at the annual meeting of the Jewish pervisors for 1924 includes the names to crucify thee and have power to re- sional men, persons evidently of vari- mint last Tuesday night.
One who found the playing of the of improvement from that quarter,
Woman's Club, May 5. The meeting of Dr. Iluga A. Freund and Milton
j therefore. Senator Colt, chairman of given to the Chief Rabbi and was at-
in hie 7i
ous racial strains, came out to do
will open with a luncheon, reserva- Alexander, Dr. Freund serving
not a little by I the Senate Immigration Committee tended by the leading Jews of Vi'ash•
battle with the gray-haired scholar
of the Board
tions for which will not be received capacity lth. en Mr.
Alexander is a mem- mg Hebrew mob might prevent him.
an exponent of the imper- I was omitted from this committee be- in on. A large sum was raised to- .
d master. While they were grim was
after Friday, May 2. The arrange- bee
of the public building committee, Is it right for the popular error to re- in their efforts, he appeared impres-
id attitude holding forth off the I cause of his liberal Immigration atti- wards the city's quota in the $1,000,-
unchallenged in Christenlom
ments committee is making efforts to
000 education drive.
sive in his sphinx-like calmness. tide.
hear h in in charge the construction of main
at the Jews were responsible for the When he would on occasion look upon field of mastery.
have a full attendance present to
the reports of and
reading by Pro- the new home for the feats e-
the past year
te nsor Nelson.
CHIEF RABBI KOOK