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MAY 15, 1925

piEfritiori;//,wissi ((mum mi

'Von Hindenberg
TELLS OF COUNCIL
and German Jews IMMIGRATION WORK

MEMBEP
01.11100 WO MATE BOARD
DRITIONYO.201101A21/ 591

ERA urY c§cifiLYB
GAIIFIELD 2423.5380
8148 LINWOOD AYE.

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Mrs. Siegmund Herzog, Cleves

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Are You Looking For
a Wonderful Investment?

THEN GRAB THIS!

signer of the famous manifesto, never
land; Represents Jewish
Mile
t u ck an interest in Jewish affairs af-
A 35.foot Jos. Campau coiner two blocks ,oath of the Seven
Women at Meeting.
Road. Can be bought very cheap. Party owning this land needs
' ter the Russian borderlands were aria-
the money.
' tel. It is true that during military op-
NESS, YORK. — Mrs. Siegmund I
orations in the east, Ludendorff show-
For Jos. Campau Propesfes See Me.
, end iron crosses upon Jewish soldiers Herzog of Cleveland represented the I
CONCRETE GARBAGE and
National Council of Jewish Women I
a nd Sallg their praises. But as soon and served as its spokesman at the
Cables or Jewish Telegraphic Agency.)
ASH RECEPTACLES
(From C ----- pondens• and
sent
a s the war was terminate d he placed annual convention of the National
Do not wall until • Court Notice
rea• 20 per cent
•ha, minister of finance, has tendered his resignation as metal , himself at the bead of the anti-Ssemi-
7. . Price Will °u ll
tic party in Germany. Hindenburg League of Women Voters, which met
Cettoui Pa.,
Co
ber of the EgAitian cabinet. Cattoui Pasha was the only Jew in the present ,
I has done nothing of the sort. He has in Richmond, Va. She addre , sed the
Cadillac 5593
H. M. KOFFMAN
1372 Penobscot Bldg.
cabinet. The reason for his resignation has not been made public.
never powered iron crosses upon Jew- opening session of the convention,
912 E. HANCOCK ST.
• • • •
ish soldiers but, on the other hand, over which Nike Belle Sherwin, pees'. a 0-000Liolxlocitteocioti0000ck*oo ao-ooiootoo ow:ore 000 000000000
Residence: Melrose 6556
An English paper for the purpose of serving the Arab interests in Pales-
dent of the National League of Wom-
815 Detroit Savings B•nk Bldg .
e has never uttered a word that could
tine will he established by an Arab company in Jerusalem. Miss Newton, h
the contributors to the paper, it was , be interpreted as anti-Semitic. That en Voters, presided. Mrs. Carrie
Mein 0397
well-known Arabophile, will be one of
constitutes the difference between Chapman Catt, honorary president of
the league, presided over the evening
Hindenburg and Ludendorff.
announced.
• • • •
Ilinden mei, may nor be a brillian t meeting on the subj:ct of "Women in
Professor Albert Einstein, who arrived in Brazil recently to deliver a
but he is a settled Public Affairs in Other Nations," in
JUDGES MURPHY and BREN•
number of lectures, was received by the president of the republic, Bernandes. I man politically,
d not the discusssia of which women f rom
rs
a conserva ti ve his eon,
Americas par-
NAN say that 50% of the •se•
A very cordial conversation took place between the President and the famous . num,
s v iews. anWhile Europe, A ion and
I at
p to vas e illate in
can be settled out of Court.
at the head of the eastern division he ticipated.
Jewish scientist.
• • • •
They know.
course
of
her
a3ddr ess Mrs.
In
Jewish
life
and
ar
with
i
the Communists who are accused of became famil
yea rs the
thedeclare d: "For
a Ilerz og
le m and has displ
I take NO uses to the Courts.
The military court which is trying
ish Women
having thrown the bomb in the Sofia Cathedral, listened to the testimony ' Jewish
probs
il
held
Counc
National
mattear
rs
in
all
the
w
d erable intere st
and
o
fn
Jewnglish
E
danc e s i
has
of the Jew, Mark Friedman. Friedman declared that the Communists threw consieh
Jewi. S ince the end of
, when he retired to llanover, he has trained the newly arrived immigrant
the bomb at the cathedral.




Gawriliu, chief of police of Focsany, was dismissed from his position by never said or done anything dust for the responsibilities stantly
of citizenship.
stressed
The council has con
investigation which proved that would niake the Jews believe that hel among its member s the nee d of edu-
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
[
' an order of the government as a result of
ARBITRATOR
he was responsible for the anti-Jewish pogrom which occurred in that city , is their
enemy.
Hindenburg is not a philo-Semite; I cation for public service. Its civic
,
but neither is he an anti-Semite. Ile, and communal department makes an
several weeks ago during the trial of Professor Codreanu.
• • • .
The
Danzig
Senate
published
the
statistics
relative
to
the
population
is
an
old soldier and a strict discip• effort to bring to its 52,000 members
C•dill•o
41142
708 B•rka, . Bldg.
ing for good
a
of trainonly
th e importnce
for law and ois
ian; he is thus Hindenburg
t ha
be con-
atistics , it appears
rder.
tizenship, which can
a ' citizen
e
st
thes
t
.
linartemperament
of
anzig."
Acrding
to
D
of the "free city
citizens of the cit y an d ' By
are
2,500
peace-loving
man,
paradoxical
though'
summated
through
the
use
of the bal.
there are in Dan zig 7, 282 Jews, of whom
. this may sound. And we have no right ' lot. The National Council of Jewish
4,782 are aliens who came from the East European countries.
For Dental Gold,
. • • •
u nder Hindenburg's Woen is covinced that its work
The first four das of the campaign for $1,350,00 for the Mount Sinai to assume that
ism in Germany will for the greatestcauses of good goy-
Platinum, Silver, Dia•
and world peace can be ac-
ospital, which is being conducted in Cleveland, has 0 netted over $1,000,000 , regime anti-Semit
monde, magneto points, false teeth, ' I ll
iointahl oonre-
' i cash. The largest single contribution came from Richman Brothers, assume still inrtgerh
greater
proportions.
e o a rn
n ip z1 ai t s i h n n d s o:,ill yl ciof .00ptierranteat w
e
sat:ngat
totimpeoste g t i, h e a n t ()hid, g
iiiintiliinsbu
n
$100,000.
jewelry, and valuables. Mad to-
city, who contributed
wealthy clothing manufacturers of this
• •
• • find
day. Cash by return mail.
greater facilities as a result of a views on Jewish problems because for I another in all their plans. Our dis-
was n int i- tinc tive facilities and experiences
Hoke S. & R. Co., Otsego, Mich.
ate than four,
Travelers to Persia and India will
and J affa, Pales. ' inore
eli I must be shared ."
fe. iA d-
Jewi sh lifts
contact with years
1 new cross-desert m motor route between Basra. Memmotamwill aim at shorten- m
i oufner affe ao irnrs-
aim
I tine, which will soon be opened. The new route, which
ifocla.iith ju ca „ni jahn Jperwashiew.hsile vi,Iiitsh- . mita ti%. ol nlercz,o igc, achn ad ircnoini
the distance and avoiding Bagdad, will be connected with the Palestine, :utation o

Michigan Paper Stock Co. Egypt-England air service.
Hindenburg appned% to say a few of the National Council of Jewt-h
• • • •
words about Zionism. The old man I Women, is vice-president of the Cleve.
gait
MEYER BARRON. Pr.,
d th Harabonim of America held the second session of its listened attentively, and then remark- land League of Women Voters. In
Stayers •I All Kinds al
.
(I that it was up to the Jewish people addition to her civic activities, Mrs.
convention in Lakewoo, N. J., under the chairmanship of a i •
1
o umber of important matters relative to the Jewish and, of course, to the other side Herzog is associated with many com-
W A 3 T E PAPER
r
' convention discussed a d
1342 Brewst•r St.
lreligion in America and also questions regarding the violation of Kashruth , (meaning the Ententea "It is pri- mune' organizations and movements
I madly an internal Jewish problem. of her city. As president of the
Celill. 1709 in certain Jewish communities.
Galil ee
1708
I

.


Cleveland League of Jewish Worn-
a
has been a
The King of Italy officially opened the Second International Book Fair If a people
is God-fearing go and
serious-
there en's Organ izat ions
al, but
this fair , minded it can attain its
ewish exhib its
factor in bringing about a
ve
abo
every-
great
ited.
The
ripts
rst
and
unity
fi
ib
exh
be
which
3
nations
2
atdisplayed must
n Florence at
pation
among
omes
and
t
er
it
of
co-o
sed
the
Jews
1
closer
spirJewish
wish manusJc
se." Ile also advi
hi
are of unusual interes t. The old J e
wom e n's organiza-
alongside of the new Palestinian creations are drawing considerable atten- tn
i nhg
t e elEast to culti vate the study of , , the
,
lions.
As
a
member
of
the
Cleveland
the Bible more.
ANTISEPTIC MOHEL
tion from the visitors and connoiseurs.

• • 0 •
I Board of Jewish Education and the
_—_-_
Recommended by All Physici•ns
' local Federation of Jewish Charities,
The people's commisariat of Ukraine has issued an announcement month
that
the
583 LEICESTER COURT
she has her finger on the pulse of
all prospective Jewish colonists to whom land was allotted during
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
1
every significant Jewish undertaking
Hemlock 2423.W
of March must settle and begin work on the land not later than May 10 to 13.
HOLDS THIRTEENTH
in Cleveland.
Those
who
fail
to
do
so,
according
to
this
announcement,
will
forfeit
their

— I land, which will be given to other Jewish settlers.
CONVENTION MAY 3, A very fine recognition of her no-
• • • •
I salon in t'e world of Jewish service
on
for Jew
.,, her appoint tment
oceal td,erb
e
That the Jewish Chalutzim from Poland are Communists and therefore
HOME MADE BUTTER
(Contnued from page 1.1

I the board of the new :shoo
, should be permitted to enter Palestine, is the accusation made in on
Direct from Our Churn to
s r
article published by the Daily Mail of London. This article is one of many Ipersonality of the Jew here recover its l iishesfi
Your Table.
Mrs.
Herzog,
as
the
representative
t
is
my
faith
in
other items appearing frequently in the Daily Mail in its effort to influence
FRESH COUNTRY EGGS
w
values
the government not to permit an increase of 4,000 in the immigration of . native
buoyancy.
That which Judaism of the National Council
ti
the posi
OTHER DAIRY PRODUCTS
il of
general
re in this land."
Women, sat on
may yet
rom Poland to Palestine.
THE SASS DAIRY CO.
Rabbi Goldstein urged the leaders of she National League of Women
t-
Half Block North of Clairmount
Voters,
at
the
close
of
the
convention.
The possibility of cooperation between the Agudath Israel, the orthodox the United Synagogue to create grea
on with regard
9150 Twelfth Street.
The general council is the policy.
Jewish world organization, and the World Zst Organizato i immi gration, er facilities for the young people in
d the regulating f
the synagogue and stated it was no- forming body of the league.
to the purchase of an
The members of the Richmond sec-
essary
to
arrange
for
special
syna-
, were discussed at the first meeting of the conference between the repre-
; sentativs of the two organizations in London, in the presence of Chief Rabbi gogue services for young folks due- . tion of the National Council of Jew-
ish
Women served on the local com-
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inc
the
high
holidays
when
the
syna
invited to participate.
' Dr. Joseph II. 'Setts, who Was • • • •
Algeria, when the local antii r gogues are filled to capacity by their r mittees that arranged and directed
Armature Winding
the
convention of the league. Mrs.
Ches. W. Bennett, Vice Pres. end Gen. All*
Anti•Jewish riots broke out at Oran,
were , p arents. Women Are Active.
WINTER & KAUFFMAN
Sylvain R. Livingstone of Richmond,
. Semites came out victorious in the municipal elections. Two Jews
Auto Electric Service
a
national
council director and presi-
The activities of the 25,000 women
, killed and 60 injured when mobs consisting of Spaniards and Arabs, in-
caused by the anti-Semitic agitators, attacked the Jewish quarter. Order I organized under the Women's League dent of the Middle Atlantic Interstate
1521 MCHIGAN AVENUE
was restored by troops who intervened after much damage had been done , of the United Synagogue were describ- Conference of Council Sections, was
Opposite B•Il Park
to Jewish property. led in the report submitted to the con- very active in the sessions of the,
I
_ __
vention by Mrs. Charles 1. lioffinan, league's convention.
• • • •
A portrait of Ludwig Franck, the young Jewish leader of the Socialist I
Youth in Germany and member of the Reichstag, who was killed in the I President
of the
league.
"We now
have
200 affiliated auxili-
world war, will hang in the art gallery of the Reichstag, according to a , 1 aries and 800 contributing members,
decision adopted by that body. A special commission appointed by the representing a membership of 25,000.
eichstair will negotiate with the well-known German artist, Corinth, to Our treasury is now in such a enmli- 1
are prepared to enlarge
him make a suitable portrait of Franck. .lion that we
Itave
tise rs t, ,and dmerespenliaonfrd. I
hf,' ,n of o nuertivoi ff
• • • •
, a, d y ,t lIrr,,, S;P
A eniclamation welcon.ing the settlement of the Jews on the land
issued by the first Soviet conference of the district of Bobruisk, which held man stated.
Realizing the value of association
its last session in Moscow. The proclamation calls upon, all Soviet institu•
wi " ether women devoted to the cause
tions to vigorously help .levelop the Jewish colonization work and appeals 'i with
of
peace
and good will, our executive I
I to the Russian peasantry to support their Jewish fellow•peasants. "We Rus-
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sian peasants," the proclamation reads in part, "condemn the antagonists I I council voted to join the National
Council
of Winen of the United
of Jewish colonization who are spreading false rumors with the intention
who term
a part , of the Inter- I
A TLANTIC CITY, N.
of women.
States council
a panic and hindering the worthy Work of Jewish land settle- States,

S. K. SLOBIN

A. C. LAPPIN

The Old Wood Pile
Is Gone

CASH

Do you remember when wood
had to be split, and carried into
the wood box in the kitchen so
that mother could get your n teals?
Contrast that with the coitven-
and
ience of turning on the
having economical and better
heat to fulfill all your require-
ments.

I

The convenience of gas has elim.
mated to a great extent, the
drudgery of housework. Think
for a minute what you would do
without it.

REV. J. S. RABINOWITZ

That you may have this most
economical fuel always at your
disposal, the Gas Company main•
tains equipment valued at millions
of dollars and a force of over two
thousand employees.

DETROIT CITY GAS CO.

NA51-41

Vrraltrrg

Advanced Six
Sedan

li■ nfenctr.iLating

"We have representation also on the [
• • • • •
American
r n Jew ish Committee, on the I
Owing to the propaganda of a certain Ali who claims to be a "prophet," Ame
too families were burned alive in their homes in the village of Alilat, Syria, 1 N‘ atienal Council fee Prevention of
\ 'ar eed on the Conference Commit -
1,..n they refused to join the rest of the population in accepting Ali as their tee
ls
of National JeWish Women's O r-
"prophet." Ali ban converted the entire village with his teaching and it is
religious
sect
in
Syria,
with
e of the results of this
w'
believed that he is aiming to establsih n HOW
ganizations.
On will he the format ion '
conf ece
ren
Alilat as the nucleus of his following. When news of Ali 's activities reached , ' latter
Won occupied In many cities of local conferences of
the government, troops were sent to Alilat and the village
by them after a fight which resulted in the killing and wounding of 27 on , J ewieh women's organizations."

is ise s's

su

19!,1
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rxiif°11115i all .urea

1411,4,144 1441,611 V,i

• • • •
Sales Show An-
Hindenburg as president of the German remain.. Nash Motors
The election of Paul sun
other Record - Breaking
found a jubilant echo in the anti•Semitic press. Although Hindenburg has
On the Ocean Front
Month.
not declared himself an adherent of anti-Semitic policies, the anti-Semitic
American and European Plans.
press views his election as a victory over the Jews. The Deutsche Zeitung : Nash Motors has
Therapeutic Bath•.
established an-
h
gays that "The election routed international Jewry. Hindenburg has saved
Golf Privileges. Garage.
ti`, from the Centrum, the Democratic, Social Democratic and Communist .
parties, all of which are dominated by Jews." Lending German Jewish other new sales and production rec.,
Spring Rates.
, circles are, however, confident that Hindenburg will not allow any anti- ord.
upset all
previous and
marks,
being April
the biggest
production
sales
JOEL HILLMAN. President
month in the company's history, ex-
' Semitic outbreaks and no serious trouble is expested.
• • •
ceeding any previous month by 10
The challenge to prove that his writings contain false implication from
the Talmud and other Jewish works will cost Theodore Fritsch of Berlin, per cent.
well-known anti.Semite, 10,000 marks. Recently Fritsch stated publicly ' pp
"During the month of April we
that he would pay 10,000 marks if anyone would prove that his statements shi ed 82.8 per cent more cars
than
McCarty,
regardIng the Talmud were not true. His challenge was
taken
up
by
the
in
April,
said E. of the Nash
nder, who a opeariel general 1924,"
sales manager
direct
a
n. raivereins,
Holl
e
s of
t hi•
II,utschjued
Ischn g
di
in court
with
Fritsch
and proved
that th anti•Semite had deliberately falsi. elating
Motor feature
Company.
"The
most
inter-
of this
new
record
is
' fied quotations from the Talmud. After hearing both sides of the case th e that cars are going into buyers' hands
and even though the Nash factories
judge sentenced
Fritsch
to
pay
10,000
marks.
se
• • • •
are producing more cars than ever
o
f
before, still the popularity of the
A Bible house for the purpose of placing on exhibition translations
hed in hundreds of languages will he erected in Jerusalem, new line is such that dealers through-
Dancing Nightly
Bibles publi to an announcement by the British s Foreign Bible Society of
according
out the country are carrying large
London. The erection of the building will commence shortly. During 1925 lists of unfilled orders.
"This is the eighth consecutive I
the society issued 10,000,000 copies of the Bible, 10 per cent of which
were distributed in China. Attempts to import Bilees into Soviet Russia month that Nash sales and production
Particular People Prefer
ording to the law of the have eclipsed the corresponding
0
the
were unsuccessful because
the Palais
Soviet government special license is required for importation of religious month of last year."
3trictly censored. Highest
literature and this license was refused the Bible
Society.
• r., • •
Corns
Standard
A special tax for the privilege of having signs on the stores is the latest ' Detroit Life Insurance
any Writes $1,500,000 of
Petal. Nesiciano—The Band You
step of the Lithuanian government against the national minorities in the
P
Lev• to Dance With.
,ountry. Several months ago a government ordinance prohibited signs over
Business in April,
the stares in any language except Lithuanian. The storekeepers complied
-
,
with the government ordinance and substituted their signs with ones in
President M. E. O'Brien of the De-
mpany
reports
Lithuanian. The knowledge of Lithuanian not being widespread among
e
uranc
words m is- troit Life business
I1 o ften inc orrect a nd
CoApril totaling
for
the ordered that written
I the inhabitants, the new signs were officials and the police
total of
spelled. This irritated the Lan
t for $1,4 29,000. Thi brings thichigan
Granite and Marble
ial
gy
e submitted to a sp
business in ert
s
must
b
Detroit
Life
overnment
his
service..
the
Lithuanian
fee for
e
cheav
a
charges
expert
up
to
$7,210,000
for
the
first
four
The
signsplay.
proval before
di
I approval
• • • •
"Were it not for the kosher meat trade, the market for English meat months of 1925. This is an increase
would be almost non-existent." This was the statement made by the secre- of 22 per
cent over the first four
, months of 1924. The monthly record
544 Winder Street
tary of the Wholesale B utchers Aesociation of London to Bertrnd Strausst of paid-for business for 1925 was
Phone Cadillac 48
I newly elected chairman of the Board of Jewish Deputies. This statement
Lamb A. Werbe, R•pr•sentative
made in connection with the efforts of the committee which has been $1,125,000.
TIN Only Jewish MONUMENT
was
appointed
by the governmert to find a way of regulating the prices of kosher
Two hundred members of the Jew-
Dealer in Detroit.
I meat, which have risen very high. The report of the commission, which
Ameri
oc
, was hded to the
ieh C' AsSiation
of cone
ca
oard B of Jewish antors
overnment
g
Stratiss said participated in the annual sacred
has been presented to the
In commenting on the report, Mr.
en at the Man hattan Opera
giv
Deputies for coneideration.
th not one cert
of
the
York, for benefit
Butch ers Aseociation told im at only
s
public New
House,
the eecretary of the Wheale
, which
i
e aughter hous
sl is
the
ster Fund of which
MiniN
e lington
at thol
non.Jew kille
cattle
London.
The Is
Jews are the only clime who use meat of cattle the Jewish
s'
York
are
bene-
ew
of
cantors
abattoir ill
-Jews eating cold storage meat brought poor
aciaries. Zavel Silbert conducted and
killed in the slaughter house, the non
, started the program with his musical
from American stock yards.
composition of Psalm 30, with tenor
SO-
117 '010 by Israel Breeh. Among thel
Josef R osenb att,
C
10 . lets were enter
sNa nalalInaNaMs
Cantor Hirschman and Cantor Kwar-
tin who sangs a tenor improvisation;
Psalm no "By the River of Baby-
Ion" and a Hebrew classic, respective-
0
C..••...i Directors and Embalmers
ly Cantors Chary', Don Fuchs, Da-
.
a
; vial Roitman and Moses Steinberg also
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