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APRIL 25, 192

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ALL JEWS MUST BE
ZIONISTS TODAY

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(Concluded from page 1.1
freedom and pease of soul. They
can't come to America any more. We
can't tell them that America is our
Palestine and Washington our Jeru-
salem, because the doors have been
shut to them. Because the freedom'
we
we enpoy has been denied to them
should most certainly be glad to help
them attain something akin to it.
Now you will undoubtedly ask:
what about the nationalistic aims and
(From Correspondence and Cabins of Jewish 1 elegraptle Agency.)
hopes—are they to be completely
Twenty-three Arabs has been arrested in the village Of Valadzi as a buried and forgotten? The answer
the battle which took place there between two Arab tribes over the lies in your view as to whether we
result of
possession of the only water well in the vicinity. The police forces dis- are a nation or not, and yet to my
mind that view has nothing to do
patched to the district are continuingtheir investigation.
with present day io
Znism. I do not
are created free and
All men ■
a nation. Our'
Reich, the ex-inspector of Soviet prisons in the region of Odessa, was believe that we are
equal and have a right to own
nationality ceased 2,000 years ago,
sentenced to death by the revolutionary tribunal of Odessa. Reich was
their own homes. Let this be your
but present day Zionism is above and
tried on the charge of having been an agent provocateur of the former
personal declaration of independ.
beyond that academic question. If
(7zaristic government. During the trial Reich confessed his guilt.
ence. The rent money will do it
our people gather together in suffi
i
['lent nun bens in Palestine, and by
The .Tewish Trahscript is the name of a new Jewish weekly which made dint of hard work and patient ap-
RE Al EMI BOOS
T
L DIDOIT
its
appearance
in
Seattle,
Wash.,
recently,
under
the
editorship
of
Milton
MILAN
MAMMA
UNI
TID
plication they work out and develop

of Jewry through.
S. Malakoff. The paper will be devoted to the interests
a self-sustaining and prosperous come
out the Pacific Northwest and its purpose is to promote all branches of munity, then Jewish political auton•
EAM( COMPArlY.a. a.
env may be an inevitable result. I
Jewish thought.
• •

can't see the menace in that. It still
GARFIELD 2423.5380
The Roumanian professors in the universities in Bucharest and Czerno- doesn't constitute us a nation, nor
8748 LINWOODAVE.
does it make American Jews Pales-'
I wits, who were arrested because of anti-Semitic agitation among the stu-
dents, resulting in the recent anti-Jewish outbreaks throughout the uni- tinians. Both Zionists and so-called
versity towns in Roumania, will be tried by court martial, according to an anti-Zionists must realize that it is
the present that we are interested in. !
announcement by the Roumanian Minister of Education.
'
Whatever transpires in the years to
AND
A campaign to increase the membership of the brotherhoods affiliated come must be the result of slow but .
ASH RECEPTACLES
sure growth and development, and if
with
the
National
Federation
of
Temple
Brotherhoods
is
being
planned
and
Don't Walt VI Spring
Buy Now—Save Money
will begin on May 2, to continue until May 11. Each brotherhood is being in the course of time politics enter
H. M. KOFFMAN
asked to conduct a campaign in its locality, setting as a goal an increase into the affairs of Palestine, let us
Melrose 8556
Rea 912 E. Hancock
of 23 per cent of their present membership. Committees are being ap- just pray that they will be guided
Mews 1503 First Nat'l Bank Bldg,
and conducted in the spirit of the
Cherry 1472.
pointed by the local brotherhoods.

prophets of Israel, who invoked the
• •
rin Diet, vision of a program of social justice i
Eighteen seats, one-fifth of the entire umber in te
Bava
which would be for the glorification
r
ia
have been won by the Voelkische party, under the leadership Adolph of God and the salvation of man.
Hitler, the unsuccessful hero of the beer revolution. The anti-Semitic press
But, as I said above, the politics ,
devotes many columns in rejoicing at these victories and expresses the hope are not the chief interest in Zionism.
that the strengthened anti-Semitic faction in the Diet will work for the In fact, they have become a very neg-
freeing of Germany from Jewish influence ; ,
ligible quantity- The necessary em- ,
Don't suffer—get quick relief.
phasis now must be laid upon such ,
Effective and inexpensive.
Anti-Semitism, as a political movement, will play an important role in matters as were quoted in a recent i
It costs nothing to come down
the impending elections to the Reichstag, according to information
article by our fellow townsman,
and find out.
by the Vossische Zeitung. There are in existence in Germany, according David A. Brown, who, with sound
to the statistics published by the paper, not less than six anti-Semitic practical business sense pointed out
THE WAYNE BATHS
political parties, with '73 branches throughout the country. In Berlin alone, some of the tasks that must be upper-
Second and Front Ste.
THE
most in the minds of those who are
the anti-Semitic parties have an official membership of 100,000.
Sulphur Mineral, Turkish
taking charge of affairs in Eretz Yis
Tonic, Swedish, Electric Baths.
A Jewish shoemaker and his wife were killed by a Polish peasant in a roel.
SWEDISH MASSAGE
quarrel over 75 cents in the village of Beibisch, Galicia. The peasant
With such practical plans and pro-
Take Woodward Through Car.
had brought his shoes in to be repaired by Wiselman, the shoemaker, but jects carried out, the future of Pales-
Chorry 4TEI4
when the work was finished refused to pay the equivalent of the 75 cents tine would be certainly safe, but the
demanded by Wiselman for the work. Upon the shoemaker's insistence obstacles are almost overwhelming.
OF DETROIT
upon payment, the peasant killed Wiselman and Wiselrnan's wife when she It will take a rare brand of courage
to face the disappointments and the,
attempted to go to her husbands assistance.
Member of the Federal Reserve System.
hardships that will be the portion of
A crisis in the government of Thuringen was caused when the Voelkische those who are the pioneers. But let
at both banks ,
is
a
balances un d signtures
ete record
party in the local Diet, under the leadership of Arthur Dinter, increased its is all see the vision of what can be
kept without delay.
rushe d at ei ther
and s customers' c of ecks can be
demand for the dismissal of President Loeb of the State Bank, with the I for our own brethren who are
additional demand that all Jewish government officials be dismissed. The in misery, if such things are brought
Deposit Boxes - - 3% on Savings Accounts
BRINGING YOUR RELA-
government of Thuringen, finding such a wholesale dismissal of officials into being. Can you not imagine the
Safety
impossible, is prepared to resign. Finance Minister Stolzehhas has already joy that would the hearts of East
TIVES TO AMERICA?
European .Jews who have never had
I ,mean (one.
resigner',
preferring
that
to
dismissing
Loeb.
The Cunard Line is a huge
• • • •
Downtoxn Bank
any other longing in their lives than'
GENERAL MOTORS BUILDING
organization with offices at 3
The London Morning Post, the champion exponent of the anti-Semitic to kiss the soil of Palestine, and to
144 FORT STREET, W.
Resources $46,000,000
Teatralny, Proezd, Moscow, as
movement in England, has changed ownership. The paper has been pur- see the sun shine down upon the ,
Capital and Surplus $4,750,000.
well as special offices in all ins•
chased by a group of English Conservatives, headed by the Duke of Nor- Temple mount, when they would be
cities.
thumberland. The duke is known for his anti-Semitic activities and has permitted to pick themselves up and
portant European
A highly organized service
been identified with many anti-Jewish publications conducted ostensibly come to a place of peace and talents,
looks after passports and visas,
for the purpose of opposing Socialism and Communism, but really used for which has been prepared for them in
brings passengers direct to
advance by the far-seeing and hard-
anti-Semitic propaganda.
• . e •
steamers and attends to all de-
working pioneers of l'alestine?"
tails. A Cunard liner sails from
It is a shame that the word Zion-
Fourteen thousand pupils were left on the streets, without schools or
Europe every few days.
Baron strongly advised against the the Egyptian Department
guardianship, as a result of the order of the Kernel l'asha government ism has been made anathema in the
There Is a Kosher Kitchen on
ears
of American Jews power
for such
a
closing the non.Turkish schools in Turkey. The order has already affected
exertion that a trip to Palestine would Louvre, and is the author o
to i ns DENY BARON REFUSED
all Cunard Liners and Cunard
ZIONIST INVITATION entail.
ous works dealing with the
38 schools conducted by foreign societies, especially by French monks and long time that it has no
Hotels. Tickets are good on
Christian missionaries. The official reason that the Turkish authorities fluence them for good in its behalf.
ion and history of ancient 1
It is pitiful to think that so many i
the fastest ocean service in the
gave for closing the schools was that, in spite of warning against doing so, of
The five academies which
ELECTED TO ACADEMY
our people are afraid of the very I CAIRO.--(.1. T. A.)—A denial of
world.
schools continued to exhibit thei r religious emblems and ye rsisted in sound of the word. But it is cow- the report that Baron Edmond De
the Institute of France tj
the
For further information apply
PARIS. — Georges Benedite, Con- Hi Jewish members. The
conducting their daily prayer service. •
nrdly to be afraid of a word. We Rothschild refused to accept the Zion- servator at the Louvre Museum, has
to nearest authorized agent.
. •
must see what is contained in the ist invitation to visit Palestine has been elected a member of the "Acad- have seats in the "Acade
Palestine will have its own currency shortly. The government has ap- aka it symbolizes before we fear to I been made to the J. T. A. This report
raise," the most famous of
emic des Inscriptions et Belles-Let.
pointed a special committee for the purpose of inquiring into the economic
CUNARD LINE
was spread by the London Daily Ex- tres." Brother of Mr. Leonce Benedite, bodies, are Professor Ilene
and
financial beak of a separate Palestinian currency. The committee will use it.
press, an anti-Zionist newspaper. The conservator of the Luxembourg Mus- and Mr. Georges de Porta-1
1243 Washington
All
Must
Unite.
take the matter up also from the historic standpoint, with special con-
Blvd.
The time has come when all Jews truth of the matter is that the physi- eum, the new Academician supervises celebrated dramatic authoi
DetrHt. Mich.
sideration for the Jewish numismatic traditions. The committee appointed
,
h were in attendance upon the
by the government is headed by Mr. Davis, treasurer of the Palestinian must be Zinoists in the sense in whichh clans w o we e
re.l
administration, and has as its members all the bank directors of Palestine, the word has become defined by for
l
Jacobus Kann, Van Vriesland, the director of the customs and two Arabs. cent events. We must all unite
the carrying forward of this great I
• • • •
That the Palestinian Jews are endeavoring to bribe King Hussein, the humanitarian movement on behalf of'
newly proclaimed Caliph, in order to make him accept the Jewish national our brethren, I believe with Zang-
home in Palestine as the basis for an undealtanding between the Jewish v.111 that it is hard for us way over
and Arab population of Palestine, is the charge of •onl Raglan, a former here to be Zionists in the proper sense
political officer in the Palestinian administration. This charge appeared in of the term. The word means, too,
that we would have to be ready at a
the anti-Zionist London Daily Express. Ile also charges the Zionists
the with
our ; moment's notice to pick up and go ,
deliberately fomenting trouble in the district of Transjordania for i
allot
'
fatal
tlp
pose of distracting the attention of the Transjordanian populaton from there to live out our days, and in
that sense we cannot all be united.
.
the Palestinian problem.
But as Zionist sympathizers there is
. • • •
no inan or woman living in America
A prize has been offered by' the Board of Jewish Deputies for anyone
today. with a Jewish heart, nay with
proposing a more humane method of killing animals than the Jewish
a heart that beats for humanity, who
Select Dancing Nightly
carrier. This step was taken in connection with the propatranda being
can well refuse to be sympathetic to
carried on at the present time by certain influential groups in England,
the cause. This is no time for tech-
under the leadership of Lady Hamilton, on the pretense of preventing
nical arguments. This is no time for
cruelty to animals. Letters were read at the meeting of the Board of
to stop for partisan discussions.
Particular People Prefer
Jewsh Deputies hel d in London, proving that this movement has an anti- us
i
. "This movement means to bring about the prohibition Present day affairs in the Holy Land
the Palais
do not require any one to ask the old
c background
Semiti
Strictly censored. Highest of the shechita in England," was the statement made at the meeting by worn out question, "Are We a cell-
scion, are we it race or are we a na-
Lord Rothschild ,
Standard
• . • •
pogrom tion?" That belongs to the past as
The trial of 42 Poles, accused of participation in the anti.Jewish pin
Palate Musicians—The Band You
far as Zionism is concerned, or it may
which occurred in the village of Lutetow in July, 1923, took place the conic up again in the distant future
Love to Dance With.
District Court of Kalisch. One hundred witnesses were called to testify, if history happens to once more make
c
among them the police and p olice offiials
who put down the poerom. Seven
trial. The state prosecutor demanded the question more acute,
from the
But the time has now come when,
of
the accused
were for
absent
severe
punishment
19 of the defendants. The counsel for the defendants singing the lord's song in this distant
took occasion during the trial to accuse the Polish Jews of being enemies land, and singing it with all our'
of the Pelkh state and demanded that the accused be acquitted. The court might, for we believe that Cod can
treated the defendants mildly, giving one a six months' sentence. another hear us as well here as anywhere on
a four months' sentence, 17 two months' sentences and acquitting 14.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
earth, we can at least cry: "Let my
• . • •
was right hand forget its cunning and let
although baptized, is not free from anti-Semitic prejudice,
my tongue cling to the roof of my
baptized
Jew,
in
the
course
Jew,
A
mouth if I forget thee, 0 Jerusalem." ,
ple tieredd by former Deputy Jacoby, a
a libel action brought against him in the local court at Danzig. Jacoby
aske
for
a
change
of
vene
on
the
ground
that
the
judge
before
whom
the
u
118
le ea
an anti-Semits. The judge argued against this
d
to
SEJM REJECTS SUNDAY
was being tried was
,
case
plea, stating that inasmuch as Jacoby was baptized he was no longer a Jew
OBSERVANCE PROPOSAL
no cause to fear anti-Semitism. Jacoby insisted. however, here-
that
and had
• member of the Jewish race and t tae
althugh
he was batized
he was still
p antaSemitci
o
h(IV NO.—(.T. T. A.)—The Lith-
prejudice. The court, unable to decide
still subject to
fore
merits of Jacoby's plea of prejudice, postponed the case pending an investi. uanian Se* rejected at its third read-
ing a hill introducing compulsory Sun-
oration of the argument.
day observance in Lithuania. This
• . • •
The reconstruction fund of the "Oat," the Jewish society for the pro- bill has been under consideration in
the Ocoee Front
Jews in Russia. has gained the the Seim for a long time, and has
motion of agriculture and trades among the
aroused considerable discussion and
American and European Pleas.
support of influential Jewish circles in London. Many prominent Jews
have airily subscribed to the fund, which plans to raise the sum of opposition on the part of the Jewish
New Hydri•tic Baths.
$1,000,010 for the purpose of continuing the reconstruction work in Russia population, which would find it detri.
Golf Pri•ilege• and Garage.
of
carried on by the ''Ort." Among those who have pledged their support are mental to he compelled to rest two
Bathing From Hotel.
Israel Zangwill, Isidore Spielman, the vice-president of the Anglo_Jewish days a week.
mi
JOEL HILLMAN. Praddest.
The
sudden
change
of
attitude
on
Association. and Pr. Moses Glister, who has volunteered his service? to
the work. The visit of David I.vovitch, a member of the European commit- the part of the Christian National
new circuits are being built and addii
tee of the "Oct." has been successful in England as in France, where he majority in the Sejm, in rejecting the
enliatd the upport
of many prominent Jews. It is expected that the first bill at its third reading, is causing
exchange facilities are being provid
s
e
fund,
amounting
to
$100,000,
will
be
sold
within
a
very
short
great
astonishment.
MANUEL URBACH
series of the
meet the call for service.
Granite and Marble
time.
• • • •

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The question of indemnities for the Jewish population in Russia and
the Ukraine who were the pogrom victims of the armlets of Generals Denis
kin, Wrangel, Nudenitch and Petlura will be raised by the Soviet delegation
at the Anelo-Russian conference which opened in London. It is authori-
tatively stated that a special commission appointed for the purpose by the
Soviet government has made a careful study of the situation and has come
to the conclusion that the damages caused by these pogroms amount to
millions of dollars. It is also stated that the Soviet delegation has been
emnowered by the central government to include this claim in the general
claim for damages caused by the Allied interventions in Russia. The claim
against the Allied governments for the pogroms and the damage caused bv
given the pogromiat armies
them is based on the moral and financial support
by the Allied governments.
• . • •

COUNCIL WILL ASSIST
REFUGEES IN CUBA

NEW YORK. — (J. T. A.) — The
Council of Jewish Women has sent
a special delegation to Cuba for the
purpose of investigating the situa-
tion of the Jewish refugees there. In
the last few weeks word has been re-
ceived in this country of the serious
condition of the Jewish immigrants
who are stranded in Havana. Since
the local Jewish population of Havana
is a small one, and the immigrants
very numerous, a difficult situation
has arisen.
The investigating delegation con-
sists of Miss Cecelia Rearm - sky and
Mrs. D. V. Shimberg, who will make a
survey and report back to the Coon-
cil of Jewish Women. During their

That there is foundation for the reports recently circulated that the
Polish gosernment intends to take diplomatic steps toward the abolishment
of the international treaty guaranteeing the rights of the national minorities
in l'oland was indicated by the procedure of the foreign relations committee
of the Polish Seim. At a recent meeting the Jewish Deputy, Leon Reich,
asked Foreign Minister Count Zamoyaky whether it was true that the gov-
ernmert had already taken the initiative in the matter of abolishine the
' • "
national minorities
international treaty guaranteeing the rights
on Article 93 of the Versailles treaty. Deputy Reich pointed out stay in Havana they will organize
land, based
the national minorities treaty is an integral part of the Versailles treaty local committees to aid in placing and
that
and it was in the best interest of Poland that this treaty should remain taking care of the refugees, and out-
untouched. Count Zamoysky withheld his reply, stating that he would be line • constructive program for carry.
ing on the work.
of the committee.
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