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UNION NEEDS URGED
BY DAVID A. BROWN
cripple an effective attack by immi-
Senator Walsh of alassachusetts
and Senators Copeland an
to have awakened to the terrible dan-
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get for the fiscal year must be raised ger to the me
msal Sad when it comes up.
and at once. There can be no area- I vigorously
Senator Copeland Joins 3 Per Cent.
meat about that.
The oppositi on to extreme restric-
''Th e plan proposed has been with-
drawn, A new plan will be nresented I I tine in the Senate is very week. Sen-
Copeland succeeded in muster-
at the next meeting.
ay Chas 11 Jmeuh.I
time every congregation in the coun- ing only eight votes for his amend-
to retain the present 3 per cent
ti my era icisin of the
, her pi
youthful minded synipathizer
und that I ended one of me sentences amount equal to that which they of 1910 quota.
Zeta Beta Tau Q
Sterling plan is the only big
would have paid under the p an ju
osition. This unquonably is a he inous crime
wathdriswo. This can be done by se- important remaining point left to h e
with a p
esti of youthful minds.
by the Senate for final
mom mature, he will discover that the world is more interest ed in what congregational participation
disposition of the immigration bill,
one has to say than in the way one says it.
1111V other method that may be de- except an amendment of Senator
Simmons of North Carolina to give
A copyrighted cable dispatch to the Chicago Tribune in reporting the ci de d upon by the congregation.
Must Work Fast.
agricultural laborers a preference of
Roumanian anti-Jewish riots states:'
"We must work fast, for the need 25 per cent in the quota. This would
is urgent. In accepting this further cut down Jewish immigration still
"The anti-Semitic reign of terror, partly inspired by Henry
responsibility, I did so only because more, as so few Jews are agricultur-
Ford's book, gripped the Roumanian capital early this afternoon.
I wm assured by the delegates that ists.
beat Blank (the
. . , 'Kill the Jews' shouted 'the students a< they
It will now be easy for the Senate
they would back me and my commit-
great Roumanian banker). 'hurrah for Ford!'"
to unite with the House, because the
tee to the limit.
; can Reform Jewry has a national origins basis is even more
This is the man who says that he has nothing against the Jews and that
be is not an anti-Semite. Ford and his press agents 'probably think that great responsibility resting upon it, discriminatory than 2 per cent of
Ford. an inescapable responsibility, that of 1890, anti will fully meet the satis-
the remainder of the nation is as ignorant as
going forward in a larger w ay than faction of the house reactionaries.
I said in my few remarks, It is also extremely doubtfu a t
is another Zeta bow -tvew from Berkeley, Liter
Still they come. here
eed in this country is more the llouse will insist, in the forth-
ho addressed a letter to "an unknown editor." In handing me this at
he (Ace girl made this notation on the slip: "The spelling and grammatical what we n not less Jewishness— , coming negotiations with the Senate,
religious training, a greater I on the retention of the House relative
rrors do not stamp the writer as a college man." I am afraid the office Jewishness,
exemption provision, to which the
e girl expects
too much. however, let us quote a few of the stinging
spirituality and a finer appreciation Senate is opposed•
nd, in a lengthy
of our mission in the worl d as Jews.1
meats the letter contains:
"That this must neceasarily he I
properly financed goes without ques- speech supporting his amendment to
"A clipping of your journal has been sent me, dealing
tion. You, as an outstanding Jew, retails the existing 3 per cent quota,
articles published in a recent issue of the Zeta Beta Tau Quarterly.
made a special defense of the Jews,
discussion has some
The article has merit, Anythi ng that causes
must be a leader.
ntile as this article of
"Upon receipt of this letter please and pleaded with the Senators to
merit, even though it be as senile and in
which I write. The most surprising thing is this . . . that any
, get together with the others in your keep open America ,"
as h an
periodical of this day and age, purporting to be especially
community to make this effort sue- been
York since 1654. Pet er
i n N
ul. committee and I have pledged Stuyvesant admitted the first Jewish
Sem itic p should
llum wo uld be more
of a a pop
Only on their oath that they
( p erh as Perverted
rs of the ' ourselves to do all in our power-11 settlers
; would forever maintain their own
to name several
ndicat tingui characte who are
"I am opening temporary offices at l PeePle without becomin
ds Z. B. Y.—t indicate
honorary "bro thers"
then of t
, the headquarters of the Union of I upon the community. To the honor
e continues thusly:
fraternity—after which he
American Hebrew Congregations in York City, they have never broken
"Why should broadmindedness be abhorrent to you? Is it be-
' Cincinnati and suggest that you ad- their vow.
cause you are still groping in the dark? I should hate to read the
"I have noticed the custom of the
dress are there."
sacreligious book review that the author of your article would write.
Senate to speak of 'my ancestors who
It would seem that the limit of your education has been an even
1 came over in the Mayflower.' Mine
AMERICA ON EVE OF
ignorant perusal of the Police Gazette, and that his ideals of litera-
did and mine, too, were 100 per cent
The most complete stocks of Toilet Requisites can be found in our Toilet
periofficals and B ot Dawg. It
GATES TO ' American, but some of these descend-
sure are the editors of the I. W. 11' ,
he even puts la Vie Parissienne on a pedestal. . . •
ants have forgotten why their fore-
Department on the Main Floor.
nsay be that
ce en for such ignoramouses as your
fathers left their native hinds on the
I bt•lieve it is rather out of plave . I must be hard up for soine-
These stocks consist mostly of nationally famous brands with reputations
Mayflower. Because of persecution
writer to write as he
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thing to write about, and his poverty is only equaled by his unmite
• abroad they came and found an asy-
of many years' standing.
mint would have would be to preen- lum here.
gated nerve and egoism."
Jews Are Leading Citicens.
Anyhow I am sure that the publications of the Zeta Beta Tau are going cnlly
"The Jews are among our leading
migration to the United States, since
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to be much snore carefully edited in the future than they have been in the
citizens. I am a Democrat, but re-
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!aced that the racial Jewish popula- member that the Republican boss
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tin in Eastern Europe will make the New York is Sam Koenig, a Jew, and
preparations for its s urpassing ereellence.
they will relieve your feelings. __.;;_____
dis- number of Jewish admissibles prac- a good man, too, despite his politics.
The Jews are the major users of our
The series of articles appearing in some of the Jewish newspapers
t i ca il y insignificant.
Every article bearing the name Richard Bud-
cussing the difficulties of Jews seeking positions in New York City is to me ,
libraries, the leading students in our
1890 Census Attacked.
ned to dismiss these matters l
for its unfailing de-
of us are
incli But we shoun't
Demo- distinguished citizens are alorgen-
of little bering
be so hasty.' Senators Underwood of Alabama
a some bearing on the future of our children, not alone in l and James Reed of Missouri,
Shaving Powder L p Pomade
They may have
crats, in speeches attacked inunigra- thou, Adolph Lewisohn, Oscar and
New York, but in other cities. I am astonished to learn that as a result of ' tion restrictions as exemplified by the Nathan Straus, the latter the greatest
mule of the
b A 1. , racy that in a ents
the investigation of the J(1,5113
finest materads, insneing at all times a high
"We can not afford to shut the
four of the New York dailies published classified or
through conceded the need of a general re-
by inf er
standard of quality.
over 2,000 positions to non-Jews,
Harriet Hubbard flyer's
r tb reli gion." In following up 54 advertisements, limitation upon immgi ation should pressed unless we repudiate our his-
are used by iminien who know, who select their
term of unde
T. A. replied
name f "Harriet
Smith," stating her qualifi- be a character and physical test, and tory and national origin. We could '
as typist, with the further information that "Harriet" was "Ameri- nationality or race had nothing to well afford to be a little more gener-
" "Harriet" was lucky, because 'she received 22
can, white and Protestant.
e in the cent quota for a few more years."
But "Frances Levy, an
The only relieving feature
There is it subtle suggestion of daintiness and
replies for a personal interview ,
Senator Copeland based his plea
Lettuce Brand Cream
Hebrew faith," didn't receive a single reply, though her qualifications were , I St
the defeat by
good taste about Dag Dream
for an asylum on a graphic descrip-
vote of 46 to 16 of S enator Harris
lends a pleasing personality and irresistiNe
oarrie t Smith."
sus- tion of the terrible conditions in East-
For Ti,. Scalp
corporations in New York City that do , Georgia, amendment to totally
(harm to the user.
ern Europe, which he visited recently,
appeal afreptgly to
. pond immigration for five years.
There are hundreds of firms and
Senator Copeland, after the adop- but his picture was so gloomy that it
not want Jewish help of any kind. And of course this some situation oh- ,
women who are fastidious about their appear-
g ns plan, an- probably had the opposite effect in-
tains in many other large cotes. I wonder if our
our sons and daughters? 1 lion of the national
and tended on his restrictionist col-'
B• ill Salts
nity f or
d that he wou ld offer
mu ch this narrows the eldt there
si on al circumstances which
t ha instances suggest themselves to our minds, but I speak on behalf of his amendment to
help and d such
I retain the existing 3 per cent of 1910 declared that he found on his trip
highly praised by discriminating women.
' law, but he afterwards admitted pri- that everybody in Eastern Europe
tiive); one food for thought.
this wholesale discriminaon g
wanted to come to the United States;
Karess Smelling Salts
Fiancee Bath Salts
This is heartening. One of my readers acquaints me with the fact that ivately that his amendment does not that he did not see anybody who
of the Masonic order of Pennsyl- , have the slightest chance.
Fiancee Lip Stick
didn't. This is exactly the argu-
combination, to be used sep-
the late John S. Sell, past grand mastt
Fier.. Cream Lotion
from a trust fun. It ma de a vigoro n of the quota to 2 per
vania, left among other bequests sun
arably or, if the best results are to bo obtained,
tionists have been using.
A group of toilette spfcialtien serving the
s, , to the reducti
Greensburg, Pa., and the income of $100 annually
h e religious purpos
should be used in miff: first the
Senator Colt also made a vigorous
requirements of the well-groomed in a therrongh-
cream. and then the powder.
money to Jewish
(Cies mic Pact,/,the
I pending Senate bill and urged that speech attacking the 1890 census, but
ly satisfactory manner.
philanthropies. There would be much less hate in this country and more : no departure be made from the exist- all these efforts were futile.
• • s
ins 3 per cent law.
religion, if there were more John Sells. ...--_—_
lie denied the need for further re- "NO LONGER AN
is fli ted with in a great many stricken, stating that if Congress, the AS YLUM FOR OPPRESSED"
The present House of Representatives
ts and religious and
NEW YORK.—(J. T. A
legislative body as this country as
zations would spend Johnson
n ill which has pass ed the
years. It is possible to get almost any 'kind of freak laws passed with its sta
social organinsidering not only the towns i s frankly and modestly in tend
abnormaly low mental average. It made Ford a Christmas present
of calculati1on, more time co
This service does not stop at supplying the demand
ed as an improvement on traditional
impos to them, they , problems concerning immigrants, but
with the best preparations; we go still farther. We
for a few
Americanism," was the ironic remark
maintain a staff of experts, who will gladly advise you
wouldn't have been so insanely generous, but what belongs to the people is also the problems of the laboring , of the leading editorial in the New
t discriminatory immigration classes, its • • Id cease to exist,
regarding, your hair or complexion. This service is ab-
World " The editorial
another story. It, of addition
In his speech in favor
solutely without cost to our patrons.
started a rumpus with Japan in face of the mines Caucus Favors R ed P
e Repub- continues:
Slate. Yes if You want dumbbell legis-
bill possible, and in
Si' • outlook cri•
solemn protest of the Seat 3
decision in favor of Sri
you can get it now. God speed the day when once again t erc
cauc us national
origins plan and I slimly announced as one of its pose-
the H ous e of Representatives!
per , five improvements on the past: 'This
be a reign of reason in
the next two years, country will no longer be the asylum
very unusual gift has been turned over to the Jews. The Senate of the cutting mp of immigration to 1
of the oppressed of the world,'
''To old-fashioned Americans this
has given a plot of ground for a specail university for Jewials cent of li
students who are discriminated against in the universities of Eastern Eli- had not f improved.
policyy ha s No
but it is not be•' Premise
ill be governed by an international h commission
two . by
g . was
can be expected tgings, that any foreigner, inspired
rope IC w
• 1 that
representatives from America an(
by the spirit of liberty, and compro-
that of this
South mised with the powers that be in his
raditionally opposed to immi- own country by a militant desire for
been sp o
e intolerable conditionss t hat exist s
will surely afford relief from
'self-determination' and threatened
of the higher institutions of learning where edcaoodlum have
inc Senate again voted—this ti me with prison or the gallows or the fir-
lly—in favor of Japanese exclu- ins squad, shall no longer find an
right of way.
of Temple Israel, finally
asylum in the land that has boasted
I am in receipt of letter from Rabbi Joseph Jasin
, by a majority vote, for a century that our gates are star
because he I The Senate
Miami, Fla., asking that the widest publicity be given to a Jews,
for the victims of despotism.
. Ile further against
that it is gravely I adopted
as 2 the
hotels of Miam i are prac ti c
"There was a revolution in the
bill may become Germany of '48, and the leaders and
asserts that such is not the ens
unjust to warn Jewish tourists to
participants found asylum here, en-
s us thathe has! law until July 1, 1927, at the exp
Such a course will serve only to work great inju
riching our citizenship with some of
Rabbi J assin
part i cu larly
ex to the Jvveis h tigation of the entire situation and that the hotels Lion of which period the Reed no- the best blood that has ever been
community. free from anti-Semitic discrimination. Clonal er origins
shed on American battlefields. After
grants admissible per year will the Irish rebellion of '98 and '48
rth Miami Beach are largely controlled hy one man. and U
records of Detroit will furnish the names
ose i n No
there was a veritable flood of Irish
here there may be cause for some complaint but the situation is improving. i
patriots to our shores, and these and
he , the present law of over one-half,
of scores of enterprises which were launched, en-
their descendants have served us in
1890 Censu s Adopted.
riting the Senate has passed the immigration bill limiting This
joyed an all too brief period of prosperity and now
adopting 2 per cent our wars with all the fervor of a lib-
At this w
quota to 2 per cent of the nationals based upon the census
and hate of 1890 came after a very peculiar erty-loving race.
"Now that it is proposed to close
ust and un-American.
Restriction parliamentary situation hail arisen.
is th e ne t result o
• , un j
The merchants of the city who :lase weathered the
The first vote taken was on Senator our doors to the victims of tyranny
r behi n d th e measure.
immi g rants from
is an insult to our in-I I
of immigration is desirable, but to say that
soldiers of liberty, we enter
of the years are recognized as good financiers.
aterial for upon
e tter a m
make b and
that portion of our citizenship that has Willie' amendment to reduce the upon a new phase by the repudiation
elf intellectually keener than the Nordica, that this infamous quota under the present bill to 1 per and
the old policy."
You always will notice that men of this type keep in close
Tort( World says that the Nordics
of 1910, instead of 2 per cent
d 't , s a cent
po by the committee. This
touch with their bankers.
measure seeks to subsidise.
s and reduction was in accordance
are getting too fat and too lazy and too thick in the head, and Ru
caucus decision and was WILL DESCRIBE WORK
Every man is not a born financier. but every citizen
passed by a big majority. Later Sen-
envy th e Lev. the
IN CRIMINAL COURTS
and d ay to fit
and working night
can get sound, constructive advice from
ator Ilarrison of lalississippi, still in-
other non - Nordics, who are studying
selves for the highest obligations of American citizenship.
tent on substituting
A. L. Jacoby to Lecture on "B
make a suc-
the Presi- offered an amendment to that effect, I Dr. hind Court Room Scenes."
It's a very simple matter for President Coolidge to issuefor
interest in your success, for successful citizens
t by l which
o ffer his s Muscle Shoals, as has been intimated
n ot outrageous
32. In was
a vote of
Dr. A. L. Jacoby, city psychiatrist,
only will address I'isgah Lodge No. 34, I.
Senator Norris of Nebraska. If a Jew in thisl,
Get your banker's viewpoint on an investment BE-
B., Monday evening, April 2a,
a 1 per cent quota and Senator Wads. 0.
and th e unm itigate d gall t
you make it—it may save you many regrets. The
Iworth of New York, apparently think- at 8 o'clock, at the lodge's headquar-
Penden would b e printed in red and evey r one of Ford's human
h and Adams streets.
ho their "master'oice"—in
going too ters, corner
man or woman with limited capital should always talk
per cent of 1890 was
e work in connection
graphs would ec
sident of the United States has of hun dreds ing 1 thereupon
, with the criminal courts has
to their banker before investing their money.
tinned in connection with a "deal" that means the
erty gi to henry Ford's family. to increase the percentnee to 2 per tional recognition, will speak on "Be-
which was passed by a vote of 1 I hind the Court Room Scenes,"
Come to the Bank of Detroit wiih your financial
of millions of dollars worth of government prop
56 to 23.
Plans are being completed for an
Here you will find trained men who
St•nator .ter ing'.
\fighting the entrepreneurs, an
merchants have been arrested on the portionment plan, which will have the ) intensive
the be made in
you in your business affairs,
RENEW 'WARFARE ON
sent to Siberia. effect of p ractically cutting off Jew- I the
ose of the
slightest pre texts; and
rest p bear
PRIVATE TRADERS Most of those affected are Jews. As ish immigration, and is so intended, he near
is to sell intesought
, a bond is-
the desire did not come up for a vote, but Sen. drive
for the $100,000
a result of
as de- sue having been effected. In view of
ever to that
Soviets Making Individun Enterprise and
meat and will present it for a vote. I
Ille reiterated that Senator Reed of , is to serve as a Jewish social center,
again very acute.
the subscriptions for the bonds, which
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
— (•1. T. A.) — The fight
Cs per cent, will not be lirm
MAIN OFFICE-241 WEST FORT ST.
amendment and promised to support will yield
in ROUMANIA MAY FIGHT
members of Pisgah Lodg e but
against the traders and merc ants,
the Jewish public. De-
TO HOLD BESSARABIA it. although when asked about this iced to
FIFTEE N CONVENIENT B R MICHIGAN-31ST BRANCH
non-committal and de- will be ope to
der the Nep (New
vote trade under
By a was
late unanimous decision taken I tails as to the drive are being are
4800 Michigan Avenue (at stss)
Economic Policy), has been started
7164 Michigan Avenue (at Chopin)
6101 West Jefferson Avenue tat Caryl
t uses orce to
again by the Soviet government.
GRAND RIVER BRANCH
6376 Gratiot Avenue at M•ddrom)
is • the Senate, just prior to adjourn- , sePh Staub.
The merchants and traders who the Soviet government
5601 Grand River Avenue (•t Hudson)
7960 West Fort Street INear West End)
d ebate has been restricte d each
• NEW YORKER UNDERGOES
oumania will t ake ste p
have gone into private enterprises as Bessara
1201 Wmtmin•ter Avenue (at Delmar)
10 minutes en
12500 E. Jefferson Avenue (at Censor.)
a result of the Nep find thernselves1 contest
ght respected, " deelnre d: each[ S e nator to he
d of immi-
as a 1" m ake its
270t fiaetingt Street (Near Di•iision)
now i n a very
7900 Feeedale Avenue (at SPrinr•ad)
of the heavy
taxation I Pme
eels- i gration may benefit by the inability
VIENNA -- (J.
31119 Woodward Ave. (Opposite Adelaide)
11401 Hamilton Avenue (at Ewald/
Lowey, -l-year-old New York mil-
imposed by the government, but by th the capita o f
6247 Dix Avenue (Oppesite unreels)
g roun to spea a lionain underwent a rejuvenation
6330 Russell Street (Near Kirby)
The celebration was occasioned h Y
fact that the government trusts are
length becau se
operati , which was declared suc-
competing severely with the private
h anniversary of the annexa-
of Bessarabia by Roumania. the other hand, the debate restriction cessful.
enterprises by opening retail stores.
The government recently created a
Special department for the purpose of
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