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Addresses Solemn Yom Kippur
Services of Congregation
in New York City.

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OCTOBER 1 7, 1924

'ROUMANIAN ENVOY
SEES LIGHT AHEAD

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BY DAVID J. HIRSCH

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DODGE DROTHER.5

TYPE-B SEDAN

NEW YORK.—(J. T. A.)—"There
have been, I admit," stated Prince W-
besco, Roumanian minister to the
Anti-Semitic tlist Homey): occurred at the Budapest University Oct. 3 .1United States, in an address which he
delivered Kol Nidre night at the con-
Several Jewish students were seriously injured.
• •


gregation Shaarei Shomayim, 89 Riv.
Nine Jewish students and one Ukrainian student, accused of belonging ington street, "some anti-Semitic
to the Communist party were brought to trial in Lemberg. The accuser currences in Roumania in the last few
years. But these manifestations do
denied the charge.
not belong to Roumania alone. The
• • • •
'propaganda has been going on in Po-
The central committee of the Ilussian Ila Chalutz has applied to the land, in Germany and in Ilungary.
Soviet government for representation on the Committee for Settlement of But what is important for you to
Jews on the Land. No reply was received by the Ila Chalutz.
know' in this case is that the govern-

• • •
. ment of Roumania has no responsi-
The editor of the Nasz Przeglod was sentenced to one month's imprison. bility for these manifestations."
ment for the publication of an article, at the time the Witos government
The minister stated that much of
was in office, attacking the policy of that government in respect to the Jews. the unfavorable news reaching Amer-



.
ica from Roumania is untrue. The
Representatives of a group of nO Jewish fishermen in Salonica desirous future of Roumania is bright with
of settling and plying their trade in Palestine met•with members of the ' prospects of peace and prosperity and
Palestine Zionist Executive last month to consider the prospects of the tually suppressed anti-Semitic demon-
strations.
fishing industry in the country.

• • •
Fruit of Cowardice.
"I believe," Prince Bibeseo con.'
Twenty-five hundred families., coming from the districts of Podolia,
Untied, "that anti-Semitism is the
Chernigoff, and Kiev, will settle in the district of Kerson. Three thousand
fruit of cowardice or of, as a friend
desiatin of land were tentatively allotted for this purpose by the agricul-
of mine explained, an inferiority com-
tural commissariat of the Ukraine.
p lex. And I can tell you from my
heart and conscience, knowing For.]
The high holy days marked the fiftieth anniversary of the opening of eign Minister Duca and Prime Minis-1
the Great Synagogue in the Rue de hi Victoire, Paris. The synagogue was ter Bratiano as I do, that the whole
formally consecrated andtopened the end of September, 1874, although the Roumanian government deplores
construction of the synagogue began as far back as 1805.
these manifestations as strongly as I

• • •
do, means to suppress them and has,
"Bavaria does not need, nor does it want, General Ludendorf to inter- I think, virtually done so.
fere with its political life," the Bavarian prime minister, Held, declared in
''There are still some occasional
a recent address. "If Bavaria will decide to have a dictator it will choose clouds on the horizon, but I feel that
a Bavarian and not a Prussian general, even if he had won the war," he the sun that develops the economic •
asserted.
• .
riches of Roumania will dissipate the
• •
lauds and shine brilliantly on a coun-
Sir Herbert Raphael, well-known Jewish millionaire and banker, for try which you love,"
12 years prior to 1918 a memb, r of p a rli amen t f o r th e Liberal party, died
Prince Bibesco was accompanied by
in London Sept. 28 at the age of 05. Ilis death occurred suddenly while Serba n Drutzu, vice-consul of Rou- I
he was hunting un his estate. Ihr collapsed while holding the can on his mania, and was introduced by Ishtar
shoulder.
M. Glickman, president of the congre-
• •

gation.
The Warsaw Kehillih has received a communication from the Jewish
Others on the platform were Mow
community of Athens containing the request that the Jewish community of ris Goldstein, first vice-president;
Warsaw make it known to Jewish emigrants from Poland that those without l'hillip Berkowitz, second vice-presi-
means should not conic to Athens, because the krhillah of that c it y is not dent, and Abraham Schor, cantor.
in a position to extend any hospitality.

(Frees C rrrrr pondenc• and Cables of Jewish Telegraphic Agency.)

.

You said you'd do it. Remem•
bee that you told her that one of
these d•ys" you'd buy • home for
her. Now is the time and we'll
show you how the rent money will
pay for it.

Sts t

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There are 14,000 teachers in White Russia, reports the Russian Informa-
tion Review', an of publication issued by the London Soviet delegation,
Of these 7,764 are White Russians, 3,198 Russians, 1,988 Jews and 1,050
Poles and others. Nine hundred of the teachers belong to the Communist t
party and 500 to the Young Communist League.

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heretofore were considered too rough
and too heavy for anything except the
sturdiest open cars. •

As a matter of fact, the Type-B Sedan

is as sturdy as an open car, and was

built by Dodge Brothers for the same
identical kind of service.

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can be as destructive as hne philan-
thropy can be useful. Social service
has become, in its far-flung reaches,
a sort of public utility affecting so
many people that we have a duty as
well us a right to demand that it shall
w reliably conceived and conducted.
"We have reduced a good bit of
waste and annoyance in this commun-
ity by combining more than 80 solici-
t:0,ms into one. We have too stop-

(Concluded from page 1.1
I
if Commerce, which has been donated
by the board for campaign headquar-
ters. The telephone number will be,
Lissan el Arab, the Arab paper, expresses its satisfaction with the Pales- I Cadillac 0530.
Cure I. Social Juatice.
tine government's decision to divide the Kadoorie bequest into two parts,
"Those who prate of justice can
using half of the £100,000 for Jewish education and half for establishing an
Arab agricultural school at Turkarem. The paper points out that agricul- best bring it about by obtaining such
ture is the chief basis of Palestine economics and that numerous associations an equalization in the world that we
requested the government to open such a school. A program stressing will have no insane and upuseable
wealth at one end of the scale and
agriculture would mean the progress of Palestine, it declared.

• • •
enormous poverty at the other," said
A resolution condemning race antagonism, tracing its origin to French Rabbi grass at the dinner at Conven-
sources, was passed recently at the annual convention of the "Society to tion Hall last Tuesday •evening which
Combat Anti-Semitism" which was held in Berlin. The resolution condemn , ushered in the drive.
"I yearn for the day when we
particularly the recent propaganda of the German anti-Semites and points
out the high ethics propounded by the Talmud. The society consists in won't have need of charity, fur char
'he main of German Christians. Among the executives newly elected try .tv means an indictment of our eivd-
the convention are former minister Gothein and former chancellor of the ization. It means that no republic or
empire has solved its internal affairs.
German reich, Fehrenbarh.
• •

a believer, too, in social justice
The establishment of a Ilietadruth Hatiodini of Jewish Orthodox workers, as a cure.
"But we are confronted by a can-
in Palestine as the only body to which Mizrachist workers are to belong has
teen decided on by A conference of the 51 izrachi organization in Berlin. &thin, and we will have it as long as
Nearly 40 delegates were present at the confernce. The principal question legislators and senators and this one
before the body was that of the statutes of the tlizrachi bank. The raising and that one wallow in dessicated
of the funds for the building of the Tachkenioni School in Jaffa and several dogma, instead of living by the golden
organization questions in connection with the Palestine work were also , rule, and we will have it because much
of it will ht. congenital.
discussed.
• • •

"Even if you do agree with the con-
Construction of the new Waal Jeshurun Synagogue as well as the cepts of organized charity, you must
Jewish Community Center of Strawberry Mansion was begun Sept. 12 in I agree that no man in the world, how-
the presence of n large gathering, including many prominent Jews. Among ever gifted, has the right to be rich
the speakers at the exercises over, William 51. Lewis. judge of the NIunicipal while other human beings are pitiably
Court, and Rabbi B. L. l.evinthal. The new institution, of which Rabbi poor; no man has R right to he healthy
Abraham A. Neuman will he the leader, will cost $400,000. The corner- and not give if his means, if he has •
stone of the home for aged women was laid on the same day. The new . thenvhat other may have health.
"Every nian earns his money, wheth-
home will accommodate 80 inmates and will cost approximately $80,000.
• • • •
er he be manufacturer, lawyer or la-
President Loeb of the Thuringian State Bank recently WAS arrested in borer, because human society permits
Wiemar following his letter of resignation to the Thuringian finance minis- I him to, and if God dowered hint with
ter. The Right party in the Thuringian diet has started a political cam- special genius, making easier his task,
paign against the president of the state hank hecause he is a Jew. The then he's more obligated than ever to
investigation ordered by the government proved his administration of the return some part of it to others pe-
hank irreproachable and the government asked him to remain in office. Ile, nuriously dowered."
Other speakers, besides Rabbi
however, declined, claiming that under such anti-Semitic pressure he W11 ,
unable to carry on the work. His arrest was made on the charge that he grass, were Secretary William J. Nor-
ton,
Gustavus D. Pope, president of
attempted to remove important state documents from the bank.
the fund. and Senator James Couzens,
chairman
of the board of directors.
The increase of Jewish immigration to Palestine is indicated in the
report of the immigration department of the Palestine Zionist Executive. , The Rev. Dennis A. Ilayes, rector of
Sacred
Heart
Seminary, opened the
showing that the fixed monthly grant of the K•ren Hayesod for immigration
work seas again over-stepped during July. FiC2.809 having been spent. dinner with prayer and Rev. William
Bryant
if
Ferndale
pronounced the
Among the immigrants arriving in July were 300 families comprising 1.050
persons. in addition to a large number of "unattached" chalutzim. Sixteen benediction.
Mr.
Norton
reviewed
the work done
hundred and ninety immigrants come from Poland, 307 from R111 , 111, 81
from Aden, 72 from Greece, 08 from Bulgaria and 32 from America. A and the work to he dime and declared
the
brink
of
a
new
campaign
feature of the immigration during July was a sudden increase in immigrants that on
from Russia and from Salonika. From Russia a ship arrived from Odessa the Community Fund organization
(need another phase of communal
with 107 immigrants. No 'hip with so large it numlier of immigrants from
life.
Itossia has arrived in Palestine since December, 1919.
"We simply have not taught De-

• •
Emigration of Polish Jews to Palestine is growing steadily. Parties of troit to be as generous, in proportion,
emigrants, consisting of artisans, workers. as well as a number of means- as other great communities of Amer-
facturers and people of means, leave weekly on their journey to Palestine. ica." he said. "This campaign and
The tide of emigration which has new practically stopped owing to the re- the succeeding ones must be cam-
strictions and difficulties for gaining entrance to other countries seems to paigns not only to secure funds but
also to teach generosity and to en-
nreeent a situation in Poland which will produce a larger movement to
large and quicken the impulses wf
Palestine if proper facilities will be granted and technical obstacles removed.
friendliness and kindliness which our
niovement
to
in interesting feature of the situation is the fact that the
Palestine includes Chassidic rabbis and their followers. A group of 1710 previous campaigns have generated.
We inu•t teach those who have the
emigrants which left Warsaw recently includes the rabbi of Jablorma and
surplus wealth that their good for-
10 of his followers. A group of emigrants who left Poland a year ago for
tune
entails a surplus duty.
Cuba returned to Warsaw Sept. 17, physically, economically and mentally
Need More Big Givers.
exhausted, being unable t" stay in Cuba ar to proceed to the United States.
This
year we w iant to increase the

number of giver= of $1,0011 and over
by 130, the $500 to 81.000 class by
Fl VI 6%7 41. ■ :WWI! WM01011\10 ■ 114■1■ 1 a\I kIL\1 ■ 116. 1 M1. 111.11K
250, the SIMI to $5110 group by 300
and the $25 to $1110 class by 500.
Cleveland last year had 11,445 give rs
if $25 to $100 to Detroit's 4,233, and
A 572 contributors of $1,000 or more
-*, Detroit's 348.
710 .W"•• D
D .
Teleohone Emoire 2114
is • delicate instru-
•• • •

LEWIS BROTHERS

n.

SITE FOR YESHIBAH,
HOME OF SCHOLARS,
RECENTLY SECURED

(Concluded from page 1.)
"The Jewish immigrants stranded in the free city Of Danzig are under
the control of the police and are not permitted to accept any occupation in
'neat, named after that saint and
the city," was the statement of the president of thePanzig senate in reply prince in Israel, Rabbi Isaac El-
to the question of the German Nationalists who (,pressed fear that the chanan. Throughout America and
Jewish immigrants may displace some of the German workers.
Canada they help to perpetuate and
• •

dvance traditional Judaism, to dis-
The publication of a series of official records of ritual murders cont.
eminate Jewish knowledge and
mated by Jews, written by M. Ltebermann von Sonnenberg, with commen- ideals and to train a generation of
taries revised and annotated by Arthur Herbert Wolnziehn, is )announced loyal Jews brought into direct contact
in the Neue Zeitung, the daily newspaper published by Deputy Richard with the sources of Jewish culture.
KUnze, the anti-Semitic agitator, known popularly as "Knuepfel" Kunze.
"Providence destined American
• • •

Jewry to play a dominant role in the
Dr. Chaim Weizman president of the Zionist World Organization, who history of world Jewry and Jewish
arrived in Jerusalem Sept. 25, was accorded an enthusiastic reception both
ulture and to create on this con-
in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, the modern Jewish city near Jatfa. After his i inent, at this time, when many of
sojourn in Palestine Pr. Weizman will visit the United States for the our- i he European Torah centers have
pose of continuing negotiations with regard to the formation of the . ewish been obliterated through the ravages
Agency.
of the war and its aftermath, a great
• • •

home for Torah and the Jewish soul,
Harry M. Goldman of Brooklyn has been appointed executive secretary to guarantee the continuity and per-
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Mr. Goldman manence of Judaism on this (mi-
is a graduate of the College of the City of New York. He was at oae time t nima."
associate director of the Educational Alliance of Baltimore and has done
social work in the Educational Alliance of New York and the Hebrew Edo
eational Society of Brooklyn.

• • •

One of the oldest synagogues in Poland, the Great Synagogue in Lutzk,
province of Volhynia, erected in the time of King Siggimund in the early
part of the sixteenth century was, at the king's request, built to be used in
time of need as a fortress. Claim, are DOW being made that the synagogue
was built out of state funds is a fortress and is therefore state property.
Asked to produce the title deeds, the Jewish community have appealed to
Professor Balaban to trace the documents.

r • •

This car is now driven by a great
many people who never before owned,
and never intended to own a closed car.

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................................. meat, and irresponsible philanthropy

pad all. We have no such legal au-
thority, and \Ye pretend to nu mo-
nopolistic control of the heart-string.
But it is safe to say that the person
who contributes to the fund is con-
tributing to at leaet 80 per cent of all
the useful local philathropv carried
on ..Aside the walls of a church or
the organizations of government.
"We have buried forever, more-
over, the misgivings and poorly veiled

suspicion with which C'athalie and
Protestant and Jew viewed one an-
other when we first began poding
their humanitarian inb , re•t- .i few
brief years ago.
per.
"Our agencies are not -,n
, , r to
forming a maudlin sera.. a
* they
foal themselves into the
are saintly.' the aine is
the
to help themeeties, fo, : 1 .
beet and high...-. e parity."

Vatted States
Depoeltory

Member Federal
Rase,. Bank

THE PEOPLES
STATI.MN K

STATEMENT OF CONDITION

At the close of business, October 8, 1924.

RESOURCES

$44,489,559.77

Loans and Discounts
Real Estate Mortgages

36,712,790.82

13,520,316.13
Bonds
United States Government Securities 26,610,000.00 $121,332,666.72
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank
49 ° 0,000.00

Banking House and Branch Buildings

2,000,000.00

Other Real Estate .
Customers' Liability on Acceptances, Letters of Credit

16,481.94

and Travelers' Checks

1,080,779.80

Cash on Hand and Due from Banks

22,191,985.98

$147,071,914.44

LIABILITIES

..
$ 5,000,000.00
Surplus Fund
10,000,000.00
Undivided Profits
650,021.31 $ 15,650,021.31
Acceptances, Letters of credit and Travelers Checks.
1,338,855.54
Commercial Deposits .
59,466,857.04
Bank Deposits
9,536,900.35
Savings Deposits .
61,079,280.20 130,083,037.59

Capital Stock

$147,071,914.44

OFFICERS

JOHN W. STALEY, Peeeldent
D. E. MITT, Assistant Cashier
r, A. SCHULTE, Vle•-ProsIdont
WILLIAM BRAASCIL Asiort•nt Cedsler
JOHN R. BODDE, 5 , c•-Prssident
I. W. BEASLEY, A.sio•nl (ashler
R. W. SMYLIF, Vise-Pr...dant
CURTIS C. RO(.AN, Assistant Cashier
R. T. CIOMORE, V.e.-Presislant
LEO D. HEAPHY, Assistant Cashier
CHARLES II. AYERS, Stre-PresitIont
101IN H. ROOKS, Assistent Cabbie,
A. H. MOODY, Vico-P..1d, ■
1.11 , C.HAteCIELEND. 1 R .Aeelatent Cashier
AUSTIN E. WING, Assioont Ls Nola..
III. RBERT W. BOYES. Assietant Cashier
t•,`• tl D N. SWEENY, t ..h..,
JOS. F. TOTTEN, Aealetant 1 aehlar
GI URGE T. COURTNEY, Audit.,
C. 1. NORMAN, Man•rer Bond Department
RODERICK P. ERASCR, Mgr. Foreign Dept.

FREDRICK M. ALGER
GEORGE H. BARBOUR
W. T., BARBOUR
JOHN R. BODDE
II. M. CAMPIILLL
C. A. DU CHARMS

DIRECTORS

FRANK J. HECKER FRED T. MORAN
FRED W. ROUGES FRED T. MURPHY
1. C. HUTCHINS M 1 MURPHY
larNRY LEOTARD W. HOWIE MUIR
ROBERT S. MASON TRUMAN H. NEWBERRY

WALTER B. RUSSEL
F. A. SCHULIF
ANGUS SMM1
R. W. SMYLIE
JOHN W. STALLY
HOMER WARREN

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