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7i H3 1 . )E1 KOH, P WISHORICV4 ICUS

JANUARY 23, 19

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WINEMAN REVIEWS I
IMPORTANT EVENTS
IN U. J. C. GROWTH

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GARFIELD 2423.5380
8748 LINWOODAVE.

template a complete health center,.
where we can do the preventative I
work that we heretofore have been !
carrying on. For this purpose we
•have been fortunate in engaging the
services of Mrs. Eleanor Jones Ford,
a public health nurse, with notable
For Every Occasion.
(Fres, Cwrespondenc• end Cables of Jewish Telegraphic Agency.)
and wide experience, who has recently

Subway Deresration Way ix the
Eighteen hundred and twenty-fiv e Jewish immigrants arrived in Pales- takon charge of this department.
Best Way.
tine during the month of December, according to figures published in Jeru-
Enlarged Staff Necessary.
Ire con it your every desire and
Our future plans also call for a
salem Jan. 7.
please your pocketbook.
•• • •
greatly enlarged staff to enable us to i
song which has render better service in our family
"Hooray, Burn Down the Synagogues" is the title of
become popular in the streets of Berlin. The song originated in a music I wit.'sr•, educational and child-caring
dep. 'tents. In order to accomplish
I hall and is spreading rapidly.
a • • •
this, a greatly increased budget is re-
quired, for which we are dependent
A new Hebrew bi-monthly magazine, Gesher, has begun publication in
Chas. IL Rosenman, Prop.
upon the Detroit Community Fund.
Tel Aviv. It is edited by Asher Barash and Eleazar Steinman nut is pub-1
With an allowed increase of $27,000
231 GRATIOT AVE.
lished by the Writers' Association.
over
last year's budget, which covers




Phone Cherry 9171
all Jewish activities, including the
Jacob Kupperschmied, 18-year-old chintz, who was about to leave for clinic, Fresh Air Society, Hebrew
Palestine, was murdered in Grodno recently after he was robbed. Two Free Loan Association and Young
peasants were arrested as suspects.
!Women's Hebrew Association, we



stand in a better financial position
Fifty-one Roumanian students, members of the Christian Students than ever to serve the many needs of
Union, will be expelled permanently from the University of Jassy, according this community.
Get our prices before you place
"In line with our program of expan- .
to a decision of the university's senate.
your order. We own our own



is
', ion, we now have a separate depart- i
place, consequently our overhead
The new Palestine currency which is to replace the Egyptian pound now ment for child caring work, including
is small. Our employes arc reli-
in use, will be issued shortly by the Palestine government. The new cur- home finding, child placing and super-
able and responsible. Our achieve.
I vision. I' eon junctios ssith this de-
rency
will have a value of nearly one pound stir I"'
month include some of the finest
..
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.
my, ' • ■ ••
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buildings in Detroit.
partment there is already functioning I
*
The football match
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Viennese Jewish football an efficient Child-caring committee.!
team, as
•en the Ila'koach, the
In fact, the responsibility in all de- i
a se acted team of English football players in Palestine, resulted partments is being shifted from the
ip
. a victory for the Ha'koach with a score of 4 to 2.
workers to volunteer committees to
• • .

695.97 CATHERIN"
whom the workers make weekly or
"'
...k.
STREET
The Jewish High School at Grodno has been granted the right to issue semi-weekly reports. The responsi- .
Ch .
/ 1109
.) diplomas to its graduates which will be recognized as valid for entry into bility for human lives, which up to
the universities. This is the first Jewish high school in Poland to be recog- this time has been entirely thrown
upon the workers, is now divided, and
nized by the government.
• • •

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The district governor of Wilkowiszki issued an order according to which advice of committee groups, which is
all Jews who are native-born Lithuanians or born in the part of Lahti- naturally going to mean better social
ania now occupied by Poland must leave the country. An appeal was made service work. These committees also
to the central authorities at Kovno. are a means for useful volunteer ef-
fort, the encouragement of which was
long a problem with us.
Liberal Russians and Russian Jewish social workers celebrated recently
"I feel that I would be slighting •
the jubilee of the political and judicial activities of the famous Russian
law y er , Karabtsehewsky. Karabtschewsky was the chief counsel for the one of our best accomplishments if
I failed to mention our psychopathi c
defense in the Beilis trial in Kieff in 1912.
clinic, which is being conducted week-
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Meyer Grossman, director of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency in London,
in the
United Raphael.
Charities This
Building
by ly Dr.
Theophile
clinic
who is now visiting Palestine, was received recently by Sir Herbert Samuel. is a branch of the l'sychopathic Hos-
The audience lasted 40 minutes. The proper facilities for a regulated press pital of Ann Arbor, of which Dr. Bar-
service from and to Palestine was the subject of the conversation.
rett is the head. It is needless for

• • •
me to tell informed persons that good
Results of the elections to the Communal Council of Tel Aviv, the 100 social service work cannot be done
per rent Jewish city of Palestine, were made known Jan. 7. The council today without the advice of a my-
consists of 12 members representing the workers, 10 the Orthodox Jewish chiatrist. The need for this clinic is
population, five general Zionists, six Sephardim and six of various other apparent.
Reports Bequests.
groups.
.

• •
"I wish to mention several be-
quests
which
we have received the •
An ancient stairway, which is believed to be one of the entrances to
King Solomon's Temple, was excavated on the site where the temple stood, last 12 months and for which we are
duly
grateful.
From the estate of
according to a report of the Jerusalem correspondent of the London Daily

Express. The discovery was made by men engaged in excavations in the Hattie S. Powers we received $500;
from the Oscar Rosenberger estate,
vicinity of the Omar Mosque.
$500, which amount is an annual con-
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Go where you will among the
great cities of the world, there
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front of some smart club in
Buenos Aires; gracing the
grounds of some old English
manor, or purring along the
Champs Elysees like some
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Represetatives of the executive committee of the Agudas Israel in tribution, and from Joseph and Harry
Vienna are anxious to arrange a meeting between Dr. Chaim Weizniann and Ilelfman. $3,000, to he applied to the
Smilay, high in bridge, while Mrs. Joseph Bar- much feted Miss Cella
Dr. Pinellas Kohn, president of the Agudas Israel, for the purpose of Hannah Heitman Memorial Fund, man, Philip Slomovitz, Louis
nett and Miss Celia Barnett scored Luncheon was served at th,
negotiating co-operation between the Agudah and the Zionist organization which now totals $7,000. I think I Dr. Charles Smith, Harry Solomon,
Hotel, Detroit, after which tl
am authorized at this time to an- Alex M. Spater, Harry Srere, Louis high at niah jong.
in the rebuilding work of Palestine.
were taken to the Itsiii.te!
nounce
that
it
is
the
intention
of
Stoll,
Samuel
Summerfield,
Rabbi
Jo.

---
house.
Messrs. Helfman to all to this fund seph Thuniin, Peter Vass, Dr. B. D.
Miss Celia Barnett was honor guest
LET
The government of Palestine ought to patronize local firms in making until it reaches the amount of $25,-1 Welling, Melville S. Welt, S. Wein-
purchases of supplies, according to a demand forwarded to the government 000. They Mme in the near future berg, Joseph Weisman, Louis Wine at a luncheon at the Book-Cadillac
MOVE YOU
Hotel in Detroit to which 32 guests
in a memorandum submitted by the Jewish Chamber of Commerce of Jaffa. to be able to designate some purpose, and Edwin Wolf.
Cut Rate Moving and Stomps.
were invited, or Wednesday, Jan. 14,
Government and army officials recently ceased ordernig goods from Pales- to which this memorial can be ap-
given by Miss Beth Levinson of that
1057 GRAND RIVER AVENUE
tine firms and have, instead, been receiving their supplies from crown agents. plied."
cty The guests were seated in a
I
Phone Cadillac 6853-4679.
After Mr. Wineman read his re-
CHICAGO.—(J. T. A.)
private dining room and the table was
A report published Jan. 8 of the number of desertions from Judaism port, Mr. Waldman delivered a short
artistically decorated with individual striking confirmation of the
during 1924 shows that in the city of Lemberg alone 23 men and 32 women address in which he outlined his plans
corsage bouquets for each guest. A theory of relativity has been
deserted Judaism. It was pointed out that the number of conversions in for effecting a federation of the Jew-
theater party at the temple followed the experiments conducted
Congresa Poland Is less than in Galicia. This is attributed to the fact that i o h organizations in Detroit engaged
American Jewish scienti , t,
the luncheon.
the assimilationist tendencies in ('(ingress Poland are not so strong as in in philanthropic and educational
The first of a series of benefit card
pert A. Michelson of tilt. I'M'
work. Mr. Waldman paid a tribute parties to be given by the Sisterhoo(
Galicia.
Chicago. Ile annouth.,d Ph'

• • •
TLANTIC CITY, N. J.
:Miss Celia Barnett shared honors
5 f Mr . Wineman and of Temple Beth Jacob was held at th
to a lecture given in 11111
The struggle for power in Arabia between the Hashimite family and to complimented
the leadership the board of directors Jewish Community Center Jan. 1
with Miss Bernice Strifling at a din-
first tinie in several sear,
Ibn Saud, leader of the Wahabis, assumed a new aspect when Germany on their services to the community. and was well attended. Assisting Mrs ner given Friday evening by Miss
Prof. Michels, n thruw
entered the fight. According to rinorts from Jeddah, six German officers He also spoke in glowing terms of Louis Solomon and Mrs. Jacob Meye , Bernice Solomon at the home of her light by mirrors in opir,te
i arrived in Jeddah, the last stronghold of King Ali, for the purpose of giving the liberal treatment which the , who are in charge of these affair , parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Solomon, through a 5200-foot
military instruction to the Iledjas army. Ex-King Hussein arrived in Shan. United Jewish Charities and other were Mrs. Jacob Kovinsky. Mrs. A. at which 11 guests were present. Mu- they had required Men ii
a
The Sheik of the Senussi proceeded to Mecca.
Jewish social agencies received at the Elbling, Mrs. J. Edelstein and Mr.. sical entertainment and dancing fol- make the trip and readad tF
• • •

lowed the dinner.
hands of the Community Fund.
Norman Buckner.
ing place together, a Ito- , i11.
Pantsehischin, the Ukrainian held on the charge of being involved in
No change in the personnel of the
in Einstein's theory had Lc
the throwing of a bomb at President Wojciechowski in Lemberg, following officers or the board of directors took
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fine enter- Prof. Michelson said that h
Miss Josephine Sandorf was hos-
sensational revelations by two members of the Ukrainian secret organization, place, in view of the fact that it is
tained
guests
at
dinner
Sunday,
Jan.
the tests than far had the t
tess on Thursday evening at a miscel-
Ionic(' that he threw the bomb at the president. Ile was sick on the day the intention of the United Jewish
come home together. "Th,
laneous shower to 20 guests in honor 18, honoring Miss Celia Barnett.
. ‘ of the attack, he declared. Notwithstanding the recent discoveries in con- Charities, in its purpose to bring of Miss Celia Barnett, whose mar-
question but that the tests
' nection with the bomb throwing court authorities are making preparaions about a representative federation,
riage will take place this month. Mrs.
Mrs. Benjamin Netzorg and Mrs. knother striking confirmsti
eventually to choose a board of di-
On 0.. Ocean Front
I for the trial of Stanislaw Steiger.
Joseph Schwartz, Mrs. William Pres- Henry Jacobson were joint hostesses brilliant work," Prof. Slid

• •
rectors which will consist of men and
American and European Plans.
ent and Mrs. Isadore Kaufman were on Thursday, Jan. 15, honoring the Glared.
An appeal to Jewis writers and intellectuals all over the world to assist women responsible for the work of
New Hydri•tie Baths.
the Jewish National Fund in acquiring land in Palestine was decided upon the several agencies which will con-
Golf Pri•ileg•s and Garage.
at a conference of Hebrew writers called by the headquarters of the Jewish stitute the federation.
National Fund and held recently in Dilb. M. M. Ussishkin, the director of
Officers Are Re-elected.
Bathing From Hotel.
the
fund, in a lengthy speech dealt with the land problem in Palestine and
The officers of the United Jewish
JOEL HILLMAN, President
,, described the past achievements and the tasks still confronting the Jewish Charities are as follows: Ilenry
airman, president; Walter M.
— National Fund. A special committee was elected.
Fuchs, Milton M. Alexander, Fred St.
Important discoveries proving the existence of a high culture and civiliz- Baud and Miss Edith Heavenrich,
Mic
• ation in ancient Mesopotamia, were made in the city of Cr, the birthplace vice-presidents; David W. Simons,
MEYER BARRON. Pilo
of Abraham the Patriarch, according to reports received in Jerusalem 'treasurer.
attyara al All Kinds al
The board of directors consists of
' Excavations of the United Archaeological Expedition of the British Museum ,
' and the Museum of the University of Pennsylvania have brought to light Jerome Ackerman, Rabbi Henry J.
WASTE PAPER
ruins
of
the
ancient
city's
hall
of
j
justice
and
a
gate
where
the
judges
sat.
Berkowitz, Dr. Philip II. Brood°,
1342 Brew•t•r St.
ausness
Tablets recording
di
official
business an d ledge) s of the city's revenues from Harry Z. Brown, Joseph H. Burak,
Cedilla. 1709
Cadillac 1708
, Maurice Dreifuss, Joseph H. Ehrlich,
,,
tithes
and
other
duties
were
found.
N.

. . •
Llerman Finsterwald, Samuel Frank,
Meyer Sweschanowsky, a Jewish butcher and a son-in-law of one of • or. Leo M. Franklin, William Fried-
the rabbis of Minsk, was arrested under suspicion that he was involved in man, Bernard Ginsburg, Mrs. Samuel
the murder of Gurewitch, the Jewish "robkor" who mysteriously disappeared , R. Glogower, Blanche J. Hart. Samuel
on Dec. 21 from Ratowitch, in the district of Minsk. His body was found Ileavenrich, Rabbi A. M. Ilershman
several days later in the vicinity of the next village. Signs on the body Judge Harry B. Heiden, Julian H.
indicated that he was strangled, it was stated. Before his disappearance Rrolik, Abraham J. Levin, Theodore
Gurewitch published correspondence on the "Jewish Clergy." This is the Levin, Rabbi Judah L. Levin, J. L.
first Jewish "robkor" who has met the same fate as Russian ..robkors" in Levine, Robert Locwenberg, Gerald
I May, Jacob Nathan, J. B. Nieman,
the Russian villages.
• • •
Wallace Rosenheim, Mrs. Wallace
The good-will of Roumania with regard to the rebuilding of Palestine a• Rosenheim, Dr. Harry Saltzstein, Al-
the Jewish National Home was expressed in a letter from Foreign Minister b e rt Samter, Albert W. Schloss Jo-
the
Duca addressed to Nachum Sokolow, chairman of the World Zionist Or. ' senh I,. Selling, Abe Shiffman. Milford
ganization. "The Roumanian government has no objection to the Jewish Stern, Dr. Benjamin D. Welling. Mel-
citizens of Roumania contributing to the work of rebuilding Palestine. ville S. Welt, Mrs. Henry Wineman,
Roumania, which has helped in this humanitarian work as a member of the Sirs. Joseph Zechman and Mrs. David
Particular People Prefer
•eague of Nations, hopes that the establishment of the Jewish national horn.• . S. Zemon.
the Palate
in Palestine will be successful. This government, like its predecessors,
igh eat
Strictly censored.
has given support to the collection of funds for the Palestine Foundation
Fund and I am sure you will have the government's good-will in future,"
Standard
Foreign Minister Duca wrote.
4• 41•44 t41•4‘41•4.4 — Th. Band Yen
Le•• to Dance With
An appeal to the Moslem Religious Court to act on the principle I,f
,
equality before the laws was addressed to the court by the president of the
i Concluded from pace IL
Moslem Supreme Council. "The main object," the president writes, "of
the Moslem Supreme Council is that religious courts be a center of justitce Abraham Caplan, Maurice J. Caplan,
and equity, consider the stronger party as it were weaker for the application Joseph Chaggi, Louis Cohane, Jacob
of law and consider the weaker party a stronger one to ensure the course IL Davis, Louis Duseoff, James I. Ell-
of justice. The magistrates must follow the ancient Moslem tradition ac- man, Clarence A. Enggass, George G.
Grasit• ••11 M•rbl•
cording to which the Caliph was sentenced when he injured a Jew and Epetean, Rabbi Joseph Eisenman,
was forced to appear with a poor man before the judge. The courts must Sidney Fechheimer, Adolph Finster.
not pay attention to the position of the persons appearing before them, wall, Rabbi M. Fisher. Emanuel G.
nor consider their political opinion. or social portion. Justice is above all." • Frank. Samuel Frank. Jerome Freud,'
Adolph Freund, J. Friedberg, Isaac
564 Winder Street
Gilbert, Bernard Ginsburg, John'
Pito• Cadillac 48
A century ago there was a Jewish educationist named Baruch Schott-
lander for Schott) living in Germany. He use horn in Schottlantl, a suburb Ginsburg, Mies Hattie Gittelman, I
Lewes A. W•rbe, Repres•ct•Ii••
Philip Gleichman, Jacob E. Goldberg,
was
present
in
Paris
at
The Only Jewish MONUMENT
of Danzig, in 1753, and died in 1046. In 1006 he
the Sanhedrin convoked by the Emreror Napoleon I and submitted a me- Harry S. Grant. Nathan M. Gross,
Dealer i• Detroit.
Sigmund 11A8±, Samuel Ileavenrich,
e
was
ws.
Ile
moral urging the necessity of better education among the J
Walter Ileavenric), Alfred II. Hecht,
the author of ■ number of works, including a collection of proverbs, stories
Hairy Heitman, Alvin D. blench, Z.
-
and p o ems from the Talmud and a reader for Jewish children Ifs chil
MAIN OFFICE-24I WEST FORT ST.
OPPOSITE POST OFI
dren were baptised, although he remained a Jew. Last year Israel Gold- Ilimelhoch, Jesse II. Hirschman, Al.
bert Kahn. Aaron Klein, A. J. Koff.
cement
factory
in
Heidel-
berg met in Palestine Engineer Schott, head of a
berg on a visit to Palestine, who told Mr. Goldberg that he is a grand-on man. J. B. Lasky. A.7. Levin, Isadore
BRANCHES:
of Schottlaender and who handed over to him a number of manuscripts Lev - n, Jacob Levin, Theodore Levin.
8101 West Jefferson A•e.
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'shirts he had inherited from his grandfather. The manuscripts have now Dr. Muhl Levy, Joseph Lichtenstein,
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Herman Marks, Robert Marwil, Max
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been presented by Mr. Goldberg to the Jewish National Library.
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7I'00 Ferndale Ann
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May, Henry Mazer Meyer Prentis
its,, West End)
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Samuel J. Rhodes, Louis Robinson,
2705 Hastings St.
8401 Hamilton Ave.
5330 Russell St.
Victor Roemer, Harry Rosenberg, Isa-
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dore Rosenberg. Wallace Rosenheim,
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Woodward
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