REPartorr /mist' (it izoN
BOSTON JEWS MOURN
LATE DR. CASTLEMAN
m ent and for one year he was in I
harge of the Indian Reservation
cl lospital and the medical work of that
not d e monstrated their willingness to
LATVIAN JEWS CARE
make use of the privileges given to
LITTLE FOR AUTONOMY them. He reproaches the Jewish lead-
ON COMMITTEE OF
ers for the fact in the schools and
colleges maintained by the Jews, the
Education Minister Rebukes Them
language of instruction is either Ger-
f or Indifference.
not any of the
department. For several years pas
man or Russian and
his work has been identified with the
Noted Medical Man Killed in Auto-
GENEVA. —(J. T. AS —The plan
city of Boston health department. He
, RIGA.—(J. T. A.)—The Jews in
was a member of many medical for the establishment of a university
Latvia enjoy cultural
I secured by special law and by the
bodies. He had been especially In- at Danzig for Jewish at affect-
BOSTON.—The Jewish community torested ni the drive in the interest , ed by the numerus clausus in Eastern
existence of a Jewish educational de-
The new Prime Minister of Saxony
of Greater Beaton mourns the death of the Beth Israel Hospital. He also European countries was considered .
. partment in the Ministry of Educe- abolished the restrictions placed by his
of Dr. Philip Castleman, who was was chairman of the People's Relief by the intellectual
commission of the!
lion, decared Professor Stroibeck, predecessor on Jewish school children,
killed by an automobile at a down- Society and one of the board of di- I eague of Nations here. The meet- ,
Mr. Conrad, that Mr. Conrad is a
, Latvian hlinister of Education. Pro- compelling them to attend school on
town crossing. Dr. Castleman was rectors of the Federated Jewish (rig took place under the presidency!
people and of things, and that his , lessor Strolheek has made grave Saturdays and holidays, without being
born May 17, 1882, and spent three Charities. Ile was a native of Run- o f Professor H
Henri Bergson, the fem.
b ok are valuable reading. Mr. Da- charges against the Jewish ppula- excused even from writing. The new
years at the Massachusetts Institute xis. Dr. Castleman was a widower
ous I, rench philosopher.
ly every im- tion of Latvia, .stating that although Minister ordered that every child in
of Technonogy and two years at the and has one son, It years of age, mission decided to appoint a COM.' By Eve Caminsky, East Tawas, Mich. va idsoan - has mo d ee
l d near
cultural autonomy is secure,
Saxony is to be alto
Lawrence Scientific School at Har- who is a student at Dean Academy. mittee of seven, including Profesaor -
ortant pers on whom be has !net; their
ke u s s e of it , and havt •
of lead- they do no make
vard, where he specialized In the
Bergson and Professor Albert Ein- . Sophie Brown had just been invited there are a great
phases of medical work to which he
BUDAPEST.— (J. T. A.) — Mrs. stein, to go into the matter in detail. to join the Young Ladies Social Club. era in the World War; you would
subsequently devoted his life. He re- Szederkenyj, well known writer and
The representative of Spain on the , This was quite an
recognize Mr. Wilson, Lloyd George, i-
ceived his degree of B. S. in 1906 and anti-Semite, has been elected ,rear- intellectual commission has offered on' club was one of the largest
that who used to be Prime Minister of
"Ti g er"
subsequently taking a course at the dent of the League of Hungarian behalf of the Spanish government
,nt e a 'useful clubs in the city. At the first
George Washington University he re- Women. Mme. Szederkenyj is a bap- site for the new university and the meeting Sophie became acquainted
"Give More Thought to Music"
ceived both the 'degree of M. S. and tined Jewess and the daughter of Ig- promise of an annual subsidy if the with all the members, and found out England;
M. Clernenceau, the
National Music Week
M. D. in 1911. Dr. Castelman was
religious university is
. • .
biochemist in the Interior Depart- flats Klein, a cantor and
ilp i in Vitals
i " rs.clto
ment of the United States govern- teacher of Debreczin.
GERMAN TO BE
. Sophie was elected as a reporter. The 0 he
makes statues which represent
next Thursday she entered the club-
instead of being just beautiful
herself as ideas,
WARSAW.—(J. T. Al—German ,
ms which dont
d nieau very much
will be the language of instruction at house
to enjoy but she was orh
at the expecting
first two meetings,
mo d e l s a statue, ca
the proposed Jewish university In very much mistaken.
Enrich Your Home and Home-
Life This Spring—Now!
With the Very Popular
After the roll call and secretary's "Dawn," it is not just a beautiful
Danzig, according to the decision of
the intellectual commission
of the report, the president arose and made
woman a who
League of Nations, was the atate
we have invited girls to particularly beautiful, but, as she sits
made by Mr. Doktorowitz, the origin- members,
club, because we wanted to on the rock, you see that she is full ,
the plan. press is severe in at- join our
how much we could help them. of eager strength, she looks bright,
—one of the most beautiful I
We know how much we have im- fresh, vigorous, anxious to ork, an
tacking the plan of the new university
models of the famous and Victrola on
on account of the fact that the in- proved ourselves and helped others. healthy people ought to feel at dawn;
struction language will be German. But now here is our problem: We and in his statue Of "Night," he does
matchless Victrola line.
the stage of
have been asked to allow Rosie Leven- not make a solemn figure bringing
Choicest mahogany or wal- the Garrick
the darkness, but a human fig-
stein to join, because in tha
we have a ure stretching his legs and getting' ( ,
NAMED AS MEMBER
we could help her. But
Sound box, tone arm, etc.,
that shuts out Jewish girls. What rea'dy for a good night's sleep. That
OF SCHOOL BOARD rule Sophie
week in 'No,
Grand Boulevard at Woodward
of night, better than the other kind
equipped with Victor Record No,Nanette'
Baltimore Jewess Is Appointed to known this. Without further hesita- oo f satratti se .a l wAanyda tra he
il rfeeling rotfa eat
is a Victrola
lion asihr lea ,a fro,sto
to cause the s f form.
in t o only
e and want to
BALTIMORE.—Mrs. Louis II. Le-
vin, widow of the late Louis H. Levin, breaking of any of your rules. There- create
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for years executive secretary of the fore
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But you know that artists in nay
of this club."
Associated Jewish Charities, was RP- member
The girls were as astonished now create
ember of the School
Sophie had been a few moments ers or writers or musicians or sculp-
Board of this city by Mayor Howard as
tors do not make much money until '
W. Jackson. Mrs. Levin is one of before.
"But you must have a reason," pro- they
' ' have been working for a good
the most widely known women in
Baltimore and has taken an active tested the girls. "Tell us why you many years, and have become fa-
d so few of them do become
part in communal and cultural work. are resigning"
us t that many pa
fam o an
She is a slaughter of the late Dr. Ben-
t's'Ieteits that am;
ford to t a k e t e risk of su pp
jarnin Szold, one of the foremost cab- ' tell you,' ar replied which
A Sensational New Show
their talented children in
n the hope
bin and scholars of his day, and a sin-
a Jewish girl."
t they wi th o art.
The girls hated to lose Sophie, and that
. e David-
ay So m Jo
of the work of the Hadassah Organ-
ization in Palestine. She is the Sophie hated to leave the club, but soani.'s tof annicialiv,e, Ihlinao were qatgoeolpo.onr.i
mother of five children. Opinion in rules cannot always be changed, and of
h I to work. Be went to work, 'lint
this city is that the mayor made an there would have been much trouble go
exceptionally fine appointment in in trying to change this one.
he spent the evenings in taking re
ing lessons at a free school. I did
Mrs. I,evin. Appointments 1
Original Comedian in Vaudeville.
to the Baltimore School Board are helping others, and she confided this such fine drawings that he was given
The Funniest and Most
by the Art Students'
matters of great importance, public I to Rosie Levenstein, with whom she
p order t
sentiment for years having insisted had become friendly. Rosie also a League.
upon the best persons available be- , liked this idea,
money, he used to make burnt Be-
"The College Athletes"
son Gooslnow of Johns Hopkins Uni- was that the Jewish Social Club was a piece of properly prepared wood,
versify is a member of the present organized. This club helped all they and with a special sortof hot instru -
could and it soon became known ment he would draw
throughout the city for its good work.
All went calmly for one whole year. traits on the wood; then he would
DISPUTES OVER WELLS
Then one day the Jewish Social sell it.
His parents wanted him to be a
RECUR IN PALESTINE Club called a special meeting. This
explained by the president: doctor. But young Jo was not at all
in medicine; he studied ha-
.1 ERUSALEM. — (J. T.
New Victor Records, Once a
old quarrels over water wells in the much for our work, and I hope that man anatomy because that Is neces-
Week. Every Week—Friday.
to be a painter or scalp-
times of Abraham the patriarch, as praise will not make as
recorded in the Bible, were recalled will make us want to do more. We tor, but he did not wish to
A Bit of Chauve Souris
by the serious quarrel which broke have been asked to allow two girls,
out between two Arab tribes in the who are not of Jewish faith, to join profession which he knew would
a t bire a n did rotalr''Tt'oliwe
neighborhoo d of the villige Valadzi• our club. If they join we must
In a dispute over the
change our to
and if they
Catalog of Victrolas and Records
But one day
Detroit's Own Juvenile
winter well in the vicinity,
Mailed You on Request.
The girls were undecided, but the Yale A rt
School; he went up to
two tribes engaged in a
Brown and Rosie Levenstein the tables and started kneading and
resulted in the death of one and the up
Hdqrs., 1515-21 WOOWARD AVE.
modeling the clay. It seemed to take
And America's Fastest Dancing Beauty Chorus
wounding of eight.
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ono: sda lil iegnszeartehdattsi.,emwa.eknei
The authorities have started an in- said at once: It would be selfish to just i ie
There's a Grinnell Store Near You.
vestigation into the matter and have , refuse them."
HENRY THIES AND JOE REICHMAN
"Why don't they join the Young
dispatched a force of three officers Ladies
Social Club?" suggested one on
left the for
and 18 policemen into the district.
he loved no work as much as model-
of the girls.
"Why, they can't," explained So- '
and he was determined to become
VOTE $3,600,000 FOR
phie. "The Young La dies Social Club
A Complete Number of the Entire Revue can be seen during
PROTEST OF RABBI
91 JEWISH AGENCIES does not allow Jewish or Catholic a sculptor.
His first job in this profession was
dinner hour without paying cover charge.
CALLS OFF BALL
girls in their club, and their member-
and unsatisfying one;
NEW YORK.—(J. T. A.) — The ship has decreased very much lately." a hard
help a man who was going to ex-
Leader Condemns Indecent
Table d'Hote Dinner, $1.00•1.50
at the St. Louis
the support of Jewish philanthropic Sled to open their doors to every- hibit some statues
the hard and tire-
ne, of any faith, and they changed Exposition. All
A la Carte Service 8:30 p. m. to 2:30 p. en.
their name to the Social Club. Its some work was given to him to do.
held at the Harmonic Club, vote d
BUCHAREST.— (J. T. A.) —A
he had earned enough money
budget of $3,(149,214.65 for the main-
m. Cover Charge $1.00, Saturday $1.50
charity ball organized by Jewish stu-
he went to the exposition himself.
tenance of 91 institutions for 1924. membership
work mere one
After 9 p.
every year and
it is considered
But meanwhile he had been work- dents in Orademnari, Transylvania,
This sum represents an increase of o f the best clubs of its kind.
first for the purpose of raising 50,000 lei
$312,808.76 over the budgetary sum °
statue which he received a commis - for a Jewish hospital in that town,
for 1923. The tota 'budget of the 91 in-
Phone Northway 3861
sion to do was one of "David." But has been called off owing to the pro-
stitutiOns for 1924 is, K018,623.78,
Mr. Davidson, like a true artist, him- tests of the rabbi.
which was approved by the trustees.
Rabbi Benjamin Fuchs strenuously
self saw the faults which other peo-
Did you ever make mud-pies? Or ple did not see in his work; he was denounced the arrangements commit-
snowballs? Of course you did,
greatly displeased with his statue, tee of the ball from his pulpit last
you wouldn't be human boys and which he felt was quite ordinary. Saturday, declaring that Jewish girls
girls. Perhaps some of you didn't He determined to do better next would dance in indecent dresses, and
' stop at that, but went on and created time. But next time, he made a that money raised through such meth-
snowmen—with bits of tile for eyes statue called "Primitive Music," and ods would taint the hospital. Because
and with pipes stuck in their mouths; again it was praised, but he himself of this expression of the rabbi's
or built snow fortresses that froze felt that it was bad; it did not mean opinion, the plan for the ball was
so solid and real you felt as if you anything.
were standing on guard in a battle
The local Roumanian paper, "Gyil-
There was something the matter Ices," attacked the rabbi editorially,
boldly repulsing the enemy. Perhaps
he decided. He must learn
still more ambitious ones collected more of life. He went to Paris, and charging that on account of his inter-
the snow and made heads of people ,
ference the sick people of the town
m of folks attended a fa ous art school. But have been deprived of the necessary
or' tried to imitate the faces
he left it after three weeks. They hospital facilities. The local orthodox
not teach him what he wanted
That's probably what Jo Davidson could
to know. lie threw up everything Jews, however, have held a meeting at
did, when he was a young boy. He and went on long tramping trips 1 which they declared their adherence
came of a very poor family of Rus- through Switzerland, 'studying the I to the rabbi.
sian Jews, who had immigrated to people he met, having adventures, oh-
America. He went to City College
serving nature, making friends. He I AIDS MUSICAL GROWTH
High School. When there w as
heavy winter, and the grounds and found his work beginning to
had no patience any more with
the flights of stone steps and the ter- he
races were deep in soft snow, young His new statues made people look ati PHILADELPHIA.— The granting
Jo most have thrown down his books them with real interest, as one looks recently of the Bok Philadelphia
and gathered a pile of snow and be-
a person whose face shows that he award of $10,090 to Samuel S. Fleish-
Cold Store your FURS, RUGS, DRAPES, CLOTH-
' gun to make heads of the teachers he at
feeling some emotion. His works '
liked. We can be sure that, if he is
ING, ETC., with us.. THE ROLLINS CO. is an old
were exhibited in many galleries in Club, brings into notice the fact that
did, the other boys soon came crowd- Europe and soon they were exhibited Edwin A Fleisher, brother of the win-
established house long famed for its
ing round him, and as he quickly
ner, is also actively interested in the
formed one face after another, they in It
is 15 years since his success be cultural advancement of the youth of
'recognized them, and shouted: "Oh,
and his genius has been con-' the city. Mr. Fleisher, himself a
Reliability, Good Service and Low Prices
look; that's Jonesy, all right!" "That's gan,
full musician, has found happiness in the
Smith—look at his whiskers!"
of strength and life, and of the development of musical talent through
Jo really could make--or as we
Every careful attention given gOods stored here.
not depend on the medium of the Symphony Club,
call it, "model"—portraits out of any beauty which You
have sometimes, founded by him in 1911. The need
aterial, so that they could be easily mere curl,,.
for such an organization was roug
Prices are very low—only 3 per cent on values over $150.
recognized. Now that he has grown seen pretty people whose faces are,
of 45, he is considered not as pleasant to look at as the faces , to his attention by a group
to be a man
men ,and in the fall of 1911 the idea
the greatest portrait sculptor of of others who are not so pretty, but i
America. When you go into a room who think and feel more deeply. It' became a reality. The club began with
has made, is the some with Jo Davidson's work; 65 members and now has more than
full of the busts which he
powerful mood, 1350.
in marble or in bronze, you feel al- it has a spirit, a
ic Sketch ga Club, the
most as if these famous men were which impresses you,
and makes you
• New Styles are ready—NOW.
tending before you, because he not remember i it, as tt y ou
without dues. The membership is free
supervision of a very competent fitter,
only copies their features but also and interesting
to men, women, boys and girls, regard-
' This department is under the direction of designer
ng ha o life;
and is thoroughly prepared to accept all
h te feelif
gives each face
less of age, creed or color, while the
of unusual ability as a style creator,
you seem to und
instruction and use of everything in
NEW YORK SISTERHOODS
kinds of Fur restyling, repairing. relin-
are thinking about, what they would
We show not only our own adaptations but also
MEET IN ALBANY, N. Y. the clubhouse is free of charge to all
ing, glazing, or matching any kind or
the complete importations of II. Jaeckel & Sons.
say if they opened their mouths; and
color of Fur. Prices very Moderate.
NEW YORK.—The annual meet-
' harder than merely to copy the fea-
their best. The workmanship is your
LONDON RABBI COMES
New 1924-25 models now on display.
Prices are at their lowest. .Place
tures. You've heard of Dr. Coue, ing and conference of the New York
TO N. Y. CONGREGATION
State Federation of Temple Sister-
—a deposit carries you until Fall.
' haven't you? You can just see,
looking at Mr. Davidson's bust of hoods will be held in Albany April
NEW YORK.—(J. T. AS—Rabbi
him, what a good, sincere man he is, 27, 28 and 29. The sessions will
4906-4907-4908 and we will send for your Furs;
on Sunday, April 27, and con- Isaiah Levy of London, grandson of
an d ho w he really tries to help every- place
body; and if you look at the bust of ti nue for tw days, conluding April the famous rabbi of the last century,
sessions wi e
Samson Raphael Hirsch of Frankfort-
Fersior Chaliapin, the greatest singer 29.
in the world, you feel that he is not Temple Beth Emeth of that city and on-the-Main, arrived here last Friday
Lonely Fur Jacqueltes
on the Aquitania.
and Chokers on display.
only a great artist, but ■
the sisterhoods in the entire state.
Rabbi Levy, who has had a dis-
Vey Alodeemely Priced.
personality and a good man; and you all
On Display In Our
almost think his lips are going to The conference will open with a mass tinguished career as a communal
and spiritual adviser in Eng-
us Maros w..
to come forth. Perhaps you have there will be addresses by Nathan .1. land, the country of his birth, has
the books of Joseph Conrad, and
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the Union of rabbi of the Rev. Dr. Philip Klein, Glendale 8175
enjoyed his marvelous sea stories„ executive committee of
Herbew Congregations; of the First Hungarian Congregation
although they are rather hard to un- American
Ohab Zedek, one of the oldest and
derstand until you are really grown Rabbi
2271 East Jeff er
47 W oodprdi
haveas not read El New York, and Mrs. J. Walter largest orthodox Jewish congregations
PROSPER AND MARET
BODALI AND RAE
FOLLIS AND LE ROY
Here Theg Al
"Gle itoffinc fbi
Your New Fur Garment •
Made to Order •
Fur Remodeling and
Gt:RA - fins £9
A.. C. Krenz Tailor
t w n
The Shop Where Courtesy
Be t wee
C al vert and ,
and Service Prevail.
soon as Freiberg, president of the National in America.
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
you looked at Mr. Davidson' ■ bust of