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beseiged by groups of well-to-do people and laborers who are anxious to in Belgrade that night. My papers,
go to Palestine.
with the indorsements of cycle clubs "The Breaking Point," Thrill
along the way, who were required by
ing Rinehart Play, Comes
More than 1,200 delegates from Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota, the rules of the race to check up on
Nebraska, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois and Canada attended my trip, convinced them of my inno-
to Garrick Monday.
the fifty-sixth annual convention of the B'nai B'rith which was held in Sioux cence and I was let off.
City May 23 to June 1, according to an announcement made by S. A. Rich,
"At Ismid, Turkish soldiers arrested
Mary Roberts Rinehart has com-
who wasa member of the committee in general charge of the convention. me as a Greek spy. I was thrown in-
Special trains carried delegates nod visitors from Omaha and Chicago to to prison for almost a week and final- piled many mystery stories and plays.
The Breaking Point," one of her
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lligh Commissioner hearing of my many efforts, was seized upon by
Plans for the building of a Jewish psychopathic hospital for the care plight and knowing the details of the Wagenhals & Kemper and Was de-
and treatment of Jewish mental and nervous cases were announced by Dr. race which had been widely comment- veloped into a three-act melodrama,
Israel Strauss at a meeting held in New York by the Jewish Mental Hy- ed upon in the Eurpoean press, inter- which wasproduced at the Klaw
geine Society, at the Free Synagogue House. He also announced that ceded and secured my release, also an Theater, New York, last summer.
"The Breaking Point" represents
thus far a total of $50,000 had been pledged toward the new building and apology from the Turkish authorities.
that it is expected that within the year the necessary total of $500,000 Mustapha Xenia, Pasha later received the physiological point which one
reach before nature steps in and
would be pledged and evadable.
me at Angora."
takes her toll. The story opens at
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of Dr. David Livingstone in
and Enjoy Your Summer Home Far More
Four members of the executive committee of the Jewish Front Soldier.
Association in Germany will have to clear themselves in court from a Staroselski arrived in Tel a suburb of New York City. The
charge made against them for organizing an armed body for self-defense Aviv, his first stop in Palestine, the
purposes during the anti-Jewish riots in Berlin last autumn. Dr. Hugo tumultous welcome he received from search man, with certain ideas as to
Bernhardt and former Colonel Loewenstein, who were wounded during the this all-Jewish city, almost proved his environment. His assistant, who lives
riots, are among those to he prosecuted. The case is being conducted by undoing. But sin hours remained in with him, is known as his nephew,
the state's attorney of Berlin and soon will come up. which to reach Jerusalem and the two Dick Livingstone, whom the elder
—EITHER AN UPRIGHT
cities are six hours distant by train. physician dearly loves, despite the
In order to maintain the national character of the free city of Danzig, The crowds of cheering people blocked fact that Dick is rapidly becoming
that city has rejected the proposal of the Iligh Commissioner for Danzig his passage and refused to let him more popular than his benefactor.
of the League of Nations concerning the establishment of a Jewish uni- ease until they had carried him But the world is small and soon
versity on its territory, according to a dispatch of the semi-official Polish through the city. Mayor Meyer Dies- tories begin to creep into the small
Telegraphic Agency. In its reply the Senate state that the proposed uni- enroff finally called out the mounted village as to a (lark past on the part
versitv would be of benefit only to one religious community, and petitioned police of the city, who cleared the road of Dick. The climax to gossip is
the high Commissioner to see to it that the project should not be pro. I and by hard riding all the way, Sta- reached when Beverly Carlisle, a
noted actress, appears N the village
reviled with. roseleki arrived in Jerusalem in the
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morning just within the six hours. and apparently recognizes Dick, who
The King and Queen of Englend, accompanied by the King and Queen The English chief of police of Jeru- is in the audience. This recognition
of Italy, on their tour of the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley, paid salem certified his arrival and ad- reaches the attention of ayoung
a special visit to the Palestine-Cyprus pavilion, where they were given a vised the Berlin cycle association that newspaper writer who scents a story.
reception by a Special Zionist committee, under the leadership of Sir Alfred he had completed the trip within the The next act shifts to Norada, Wyom-
ing, where the newspaper writer has
Mond The royal guests were presented wills beautiful laces made in 70 days.
gone in search of material. A strong
Palstine. After the tour, the royal visitors lunched at the British govern-
In Jerusalem, Staroselski was the thread of melodrama develops, and
orient pavilion, where they were served with a dessert consisting of Jaffa guest of the Maccabees, an interne- the
eastern characters are inter-
oranges brought from the Palestine pavilion by a small Palestinian page boy tional asstviation of young Jewish
spersed with typical western people.
dressed in the Hebrew national costume. •
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The question why the Polish government does not fulfill its obligations themselves for future settlement in form the climax to the second act,
contained in the international treaty guaranteeing the religious and cul- Palestine as pioneers. Dr. Samuel while the third finds the many char-
acters back in the suburb of New
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answered in the Diet by the government. The Jewish Sejm deputies have York, now residing in Palestine,
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submitted an interpollation to the government concerning that question
but, owing to the attitude of the speaker of the Diet, the interpellation has Staroselski was a member of
from the very first of the season. Come in,
At the thirty-second annual meet-
not been read. It is the rule of the Diet that before the government is whew re came in
1921, d because the ing of the American Jewish Historical
write, or phone, (Cherry 3600).
bound to answer an interpellation it must be rend in the Diet. The Jewish' "
Society, held in New York Saturday,
Sejm Club decided to urge the speaker to put its interpellation on the Soviet regime prohibited
bicycle races. While in Jerusalem
m he May 24, Miss Rosebud Lotta Teach-
was received by Sir Herbert Samuel, ner spoke on "The Portuguese Inqui-
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sition of 1730," with special refer-
The first meeting of the American Foundation Fund, the new organize- Briitsh High Commissioner, and later ence to John its Tosco, sometime
tion which will take over the work of the American Joint Distribution Corn- was the guest in Alexandria of Prince Commissary - General of Portugal.
For many years we have supplied on rental prac-
mitten in conjunction with the Jewish Colonization Association, was held , Aldus a noted patron of sports, who Miss Teschner had the distinction of
in Paris recently. Dr. Julius Goodman and Dr. Joseph Rosen of New York I s emoted Staroselski in several races being the only woman on the pro-
tically every one of the Pianos enjoyed in Summer
represented the American Joint Distribution Committee. Dr. Rosenbaum I " oP Egypt.
homes throughout the state. Take advantage of this
of Lithuania, former Minister for Jewish Affairs, was among the other dole-
Rode Day and Night.
special, perfected Grinnell service and provide limit-
gates present. The meeting decided on a new executive committee to con-1 "I made no attempt on the trip to
less pleasure for the hours spent IN your Summer
silt of three members. Colonel Herbert Lehman of New York and M. cover a certain distance daily," Sta-
Philipson of Brussels were elected. The third member will be chosen from roselski said, "I rode as much as I
one of the eastern European countries.
could, both day and night. The long-
est number of hours i rode at one time
In order to meet the needs of Jewish organizations, the Globe Lecture was 16, the greatest distance I cover-
Bureau has been launched in New York under the directorship of Rabbi .1. vii any single day was 270 kilometers.
Max Weis. It will be the purpose of this bureau to bring to the attention The worst day I had was in Czecho-
of the Jewish and general public the foremost Jewish speakers on questions' Slovakia where because of the bad
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of Jewish importanco. There has been a great (leniend on the part of I roads, I only covered 110 kilometers."
non-Jewish organizations also for speakers on problems of Jewish interest. Stnroselski was held up at Ellis Is-
Rabbi Weis, in announcing the launching of the bureau, stated: "We regard : land because of discrepancies in his
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the Globe Lecture Bureau as one of the most potent influences for the record. Ile styled himself as a pro- ,
education of the American public as well as American Jewry in particular fessional bicycle rider, corning to Am-
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upon questions that concern the Jew. We hope to bring to this country, ' erica to race. But his aunt, Mrs.
in the very near future, some of the ablest Jewish thinkers from abroad to I Markman, to whom he said he was
supplement our own Jewish leaders and publicists."
s, told the officials that he was a cap
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maker. She knew that her brother
An interesting centrovesy between the city council of Budapest and the : had manufactured caps in Riga and
local Jewish Kehillah has arisen concerning the dead parents of apostate I Petograd and since she had heard
Jews. These apostates demanded that their parents, who were buried in , nothing from his son in 18 years, she
the Jewish cemetery• should be exhumed and transferrd to the Christian believed that he was following in his,
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Jewish parents of apostate Jews shall not be buried in the Jewish cemeteries I detained until his record was cleared
unless the association first receives written instructions from the children. up and bond furnished for the six
months' visit he was granted. During
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Wish to Announce the Election of
Plans for the establishment of a great Yeshibah in Jerusalem, which' thisperiod he expects to enter races
shall co-operate closely with the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary ; here in order to secure sufficient funds
of New York through the exchange of professors, students and publications, to return to Palestine, where he ex-
were adopted by the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of America and Canada at peels to establish a velodrome and al-
its convention which closed in New York recently. Committees were ap- ' s''join one of the new Jewish agri-
pointed to aid in the establi.hment of the world Yeshibah in Jerusalem. cultural colonies.
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A proposal by Rabbi Kook that the chief rabbinate of Palestine, which is I
officially recognized by the British government, be extended to include the Cunard Line Establishes [mai-
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A committee was appointed to provide for the erection of a suitable home
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That Great Britain had paid nothing towards the cost of the civil ad-
ministration in Palestine is the statement contained in the foreword con-
tributed by Sir Ilerbert Samuel to the handbook of the Palestine pavilion formation bureau with men in charge
at the British Empire exhibition which was opened by the King at Wembley. who are thoroughly experienced in
The High Commissioner writes: "In accepting the mandate for the govern-
ment of Palestine, Great Britain : has undertaken a trust of historic im- every way to offer expert advice and
portance. To Christen , ' on Palestine is the land of the most sacred associa- information gratis to nil who call or
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the Family Division of National Con-
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morning session with an address on
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In Palestine." Dr. Alexander M.
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finish of the race," Staroselski said,
"because it is the capital of the Jew-
ish homeland and would therefore
make my triumph all the more corn-
. plete in case I won. And being a
Zionist, with Jerusalem as my goal,
I would have a far greater force driv-
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ing me on than just merely racing
The elections to the Lemberg Kehillah took place recently, a majority between two points.
of the Jewish population taking part in them. In spite of the combined
"I covered 6,800 kilometers, pass-
efforts of the AssiMilationists and Agudists, the Zionist party came out
ing through Germany, Czecho-Slo-
Hungary, Roumania, the Bal-
kans, Turkey, Syria and Palestine.
The memory of the late Dr. Joseph Krauskopf will be honored by the : It Was the longest race ever held in
establishment of a library in his memory. Many Jews have contributed the history of cycling and I would
towards the funds necessary, contributions corning from nearly every state have made much better time but for
in the Union.
the endless delays in securing pass-
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port visas. It required 24 visas dur-
Rabbi Nahum Effendi, former chief rabbi of Turkey and now chief rabbi ing the trip.
of Egypt, visited %thorned Fakhri Pasha, the Egyptian ambassador in Paris,
"The race was uneventful except
who Is the son-in-law of King Feud. The Egyptian ambassador returned the for two incidents which almost cost
visit in the afternoon. Ile spoke with Rabbi Nahum Effendi for over an me my life. Not once during the
(lays and nights I traversed the wild-
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est parts of the Balkans was I mo-
The Roumanian government is much aroused over the full reports of lasted. From what I've heard of the
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency concerning the latest anti-Jewish atrocities bandits here, I'd much prefer to
in Transylvania. The government has issued order to search for the Jewish spend my nights along the lonely
Telegraphic Agency correspondents in order that charges may be preferred Balkan roads rather than on the
streets of New York.
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Machinery imported into Palestine and products exported from Pales-
tine will be free from customs, according to a new ordinance which has
been prepared by the Palestinian government and submitted to the Co-
lonial Office for approval. This ordinance includes also a provision for
the taxing of a 12 per cent duty on all other goods imported into Palestine.
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