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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1925-08-28

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AUGUST 28, 1925

A spentonliwisti ( intoiriciz

URGE TO PALESTINE
STARTED MOVEMENT
FOR COLONIZATION

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Hebrew: "Mishmar," "Yezirah," "Ka-
dimah," "Tel Hai," "Mayan," "Hach-
laye," "Abodah," "Hatikvah," "Cher-
uth," "Bethlehem," "Ilachduth," "Ik-
or." "Canon."
These are colonies already establish-
csi where the colonists have their own
hie Ag•ncy.)
(From Gems.. .den. and Cable. of Jewish Te
hearths. The same type of names .
The new. Democratic gov•rnment elected by the Danzig Senate has two borne by new collectives which have
Jewish members, Judge Karnitzer, Socialist, and Ilerr Neumann, Democrat. been organized and which have obtain•
• • • •
ed land, but which have not yet had
time to settle with their families.
General l.aulet, cavalry commandant in the French army in Syria, and I
When Dr Rosen left Russia there
Captain Degoutel, who were inspecting the front near Deraa, were attacked
such collectives with 1,682
by 40 Druzes. They received slight injuries and were taken to the hospital. I were 14 of
individuals,
to whom 8,300 dessiatine
• . • •
have been assigned. Altogether, the
The remains of Dr. Thodur Ilerzl, founder and first leader of the Zionist I new settlement in the last two years
Organization, will be transferred from Vienna to Palestine, according , to a has established itself on about 75,000
decision of the Zionist actions committee which was submitted to the acres. Dr. Rosen is confident that in
this central point of Jewish coloniza-
congress.
• • • •
I tion, ill the so-called Jankoy-Kurman
opened
in
Vienna
',
tract, there are possibilities of procur-
The International Congress of Hebrew Teachers was
in connection with the Fourteenth Zionist Congress. Many representatives I ing another 32,000 dessiatine, approx.
90,000 acres.
of the Hebrew teachers' organization in Palestine and in other countries are I imately
If the resent proportions are carried
attending the congress.
out
it
is
anticipated that is R very
• • • .
short period, the number of former
The American consul in Jerusalem has reserved space at the I alestine town-dwellers who have settled in this
and Near East Exhibition which is to open Oct. 4 in Tel Aviv. The consul district as farmers will be somewhere
intends to use the reserved space for an information bureau regarding between eight and nine thousand.
American products for Palestine and the Near East.
' At all events, hoever, the 15 Chalut-
zim, founders of the colony of Tel Hai,
• • • •
The police in Kovno have arrested a Mr. Lewin on the charge that he were the pioneers of this new coloniza-
is an imposter who claimed to be the secretary of United States Congressman tion, demonstrating by their own ef-
Nathan D. Pearlman. Lewin obtained money on false pretenses from people forts and their own success to thou-
who were anxious to secure permission to go to the United States. sands of others what Jews can accom-
plish on Russian soil. And, the bulle-
• • • •
tin homed by the central organization
Kornhaber, Glasserman and Jaeger, the three Lemberg Jews who were of "Ilechalutz" calls upon the Zionists
tried on the accusation of endeavoring to bribe the Polish police agent, of Russia, to be the leaders and the
Mikitin, to testify in favor of Stanislaw Seiger, were acquitted by the teachers in the transformation of a
court. Mikitin was sentenced to RiX years' . imprisonment at hard
people.

A sentence of three months' imprisonment and a fine of 10,000 lei was
imposed by the Jassy court on Lerman, the Jewish merchant who was ac-
cured of administering a thrashing to Professor Cuza, leader of the Rou-
manian anti-Semites. Te Lerman-Cuza incident was, as is known, the cause
of the recent anti-Jewish disturbances in Roumanian towns.
• • • •

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(Continued from page one.)

world. In connection with his work
in Russia, he introduced American
tractors and American seed into that
country. He is consulting agricultur-
ist of the Union of All•Russian Co-
operative Societies.
**rents, Brick and Cement Work,
Except for a short visit to New
The anti-Semitic disturbances which accompanied the opening of the
I Contracting.
G
Fourteenth Zionist Congress in Vienna found a wide echo in the entire York two years ago, he has been in
British press. The London Times published columns reporting the events. Russia consecutively for the past four
J. LEWIS
The paper stated that the Austrian chancellor, Ramek, encouraged the hold- years, and plans to return there again
N • r't h w • y 0 9 60
ing of the Zionist Congress in Vienna and guaranteed a peaceful session, this Fall to "carry on" his job of help-
ing tens of thousands of Jews escape
but he was unable to fulfill his promise, although his desire no doubt was from the cities and the life of traders,
in earnest.
to the freedom of the Russian prairies
• • • •
and live as farmers.
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One of the principal cities of the United States of America may be the
Associated with Dr. Rosen in the
place where the Fifteenth Congress of the Zionist World Organization will Jewish colonization work are Samuel
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gather, if the suggestion of the members of the American delegation to the LubarskY one of the most important
WINTER & KAUFFMAN
present congress in Vienna is accepted. Following the anti-Semitic riots agricultural scientists in Russia and L
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on the eve of the Fourteenth Congress in Vienna, members of the American agricultural advisor to the Ukrainian
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delegation expressed regret that the congress was not called to take place ni , I government: Emanuel Chaikin, direc-
Opposite Ball Park
! tor of the Minsk School of Agricul- ,
Washington, D. C., instead of Vienna.
lture; Alexander Fabrikant, Professor '
• • • •
The Palestine exhibition, arranged in connection with the Fourteenth of Agricultural Economics in the Ags!
Zionist Congress, was opened in Vienna in the presence of many delegates I ricultural Academy of Moscow, which !
to the congress and guests. Dr. Weizmann, who delivered the mainlis the foremost school of its kind in
address, stressed the necessity of completing the framework of Palestine Russia, and Gregory Gurewitch, lead-
rebuilding by adding to agriculture the development of industry. Dr. ing Russian agricultural journalist,
Arlosoroff greeted the exhibition in behalf of the Palestine Jewish labor who specializes in agricultural eaten-
organization, llistadruth Ila'ovdim. The Polish and Roumanian vice-consuls, sion.
were present at the opening ceremonies. The Austrian authorities were not I
represented.
• • • •
5.
—_
Syria, under the administration of the French, is becoming the middle

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for Asia Minor and Palestine, according to a report published by the British .
(Continued from page one.)
consulate in Syria. It appears that Palestine is the second country in im- ,
,
on there has been a
portance for Syrian exports, Turkey being the first. The Syrian merchant
Iord
s direction
.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
, rapid transformation in the working
sells cheaper than the Palestinian. Syria exports to a t ,
cotton goods, linen and manufactured silk and imports from Palestine of the institution. First examination ,
cereals and produce. The exports from Syria to Palestine during the first rooms appeared where cupboards had
six months of this year totaled 55,500.000 francs. In previous years France been; a cost and budget system was,
installed which has won the approval
headed the list of countries to which Syria exported.
• • •
of experts; extra room was found for
medical equipment and supplies; the
e
i
n
th
A complete census of the Jewish urban and
nursing stall' was increased and doe-
Soviet republics will be made shortly by the Soviet authorities. The census
was proposed to the Sovnarcom, the Council of the People's Commissars,itors were given definite schedules.
by the Central Bureau of Statistics of the Soviet government. It was
stated that the bureau has collected all the data available on the basis of /MO
the genera 1census of 1923 concerning the number of Jews in those places
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where there at least 1,000 Jews or 5 per cent of the general population.
This special census has the purpose of determining the Jewish population
On the Ocean Front.
in the towns. A special rural census will also be taken in 10 Ukrainian I
Mrs. Benjamin Elbling and Mis
and five White Russian districts to determine the economic condition of
AMERICAN AND EUOPEAN PLANS
Rosa Isenberg entertained 12 guest.
the Jewish rural population.
TherapeoRtic Baths.
• • • •
at at dinner and mah jong party
Coll Privileges. Garage.
Tuesday evening, Aug. 18, at the
The American Jewish Congress will be represented at Geneva, the seat
' h Brooklands Golf and Country Club
JOEL HILLMAN, President.
of the League of Nations, by a permanent bureau, which
honoring Miss Viola Kaufman, a
# the League of Nations matters affecting the rights of minorities when the
brdie-elect whose marriage to Jewel
necessity arises, according to a statement made by Dr. Stephen S. Wise,
Fisher of Detroit will be an event of
nresident of the American Jewish Congress, who is attending the Zionist Aug. 30. A color scheme of pink and
Congress, to the representative of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency in Vienna. white with a bouquet of pink and
The work of the bureau will be carried on in co-operation with the activities white sweet peas and snapdragon was
of the Committee of Jewish Delegations in Paris. Dr. Wise spent some time
used on the beautifully appointed.
in Geneva and Paris during July and August and at Geneva was in c - table. High score during the eve-
I_ f 1
aultation with officers of the League of Nations. Ile completed all arrange.
ning was won by Mrs. Joseph
before
leaving
for
Vienna.
bureau
ments for the establishment of the
Schwartz and Miss Ethel Barnett and
• • •
11191111 Mum/.
f
low by Miss Kaufman. Out-on
"Net
411111
Paul von Hindenburg, president of the German republic and former guests were Mrs. William Cohen and I
I of Chicago, Mrs.
commander.in-chief of the German imperial armies during the war, and Mrs. Frank Keenan
• Cohen of Detroit and Miss ' Ger• '
von Ludendorff, his chief of staff, are "on the outs" due to the latter's anti. David
Semitic agitation. It has been rumored since Hindenburg became president trude llollander of Rochester, N. Y.
!elect Dancing Nightly
that he resented the continued agitation conducted by Ludendorff and his
RA•OC4Ies against the government, alleging that it is dominated by Jews.
Hindenburg, as head of the German repu bile. was offended at the anti-
Semitic attacks implying his powerlessness. This resentment found express
Particular People Prefer , sion when the president visited Munich and did not call on his former aide,
A farewell reception in the form
was given by the
the Male
nor was Ludendorff invited to any of the ceremonies in connection with I of an afternoon tea
the
president's
visit.
However,
Hindenburg
called
on
General
von
Kahr,
camp
guests for Mis Bluma Levin,
qtrictly censored. Highest
who has been resident director for
who is known as Ludendorff's chief enemy.
Standard
the past two weeks. Refreshments of
• • • •
ice cream and cake, candy, fruit and
Mosslci•n•—The
B•••1
You
)
PJJ
The inclusion of the income of the Jewish National Fund, operating tea were provided by the guests. A
La•• to Dann. With.
under a separate charter for the purpose of purchasing land in Palestine a. program followed which consisted of
'he inalienable property of the Jewish people, into the budget of the Zionist a farewell poem by Mrs. M. Shubow,
Organization as a whole was a matter of heated discussion by the actions who acted as entertainment director
committee in Vienna. The question which was at first discussed at the during her stay, and singing of the
convention of American Zionists in Washington and was left undecided. camp song by the camp chorus. Mrs.
came up when a motion to this effect was made, as understood, by the Shubow also composed the camp
MAYER BARRON. Pro,
I followers of Dr. Weizmann, although Dr. Weizmann himself did not par- song.
Royer. of All Cod., of
ticinate in the discussion. M. M. Ussishkin, former member of the Zionist
WASTE PAPER
Executive and head of the Jewish National Fund since his retirement from
Mrs. Herbert rerun will be the
the executive following the Thirteenth Congress, spoke against the motion. resident director for the next two
1342 Bravest. St .
Cedillas 1701
expressing his fear that the Jewish National Fund if included in the budget weeks.
GNAW.. 1703
of the Zionist Organization would lose its autonomous administration. A
motion aiming to bring about a compromise was introduced, requiring the
Mrs. M. Shubow's eon and Mrs.
b it m it own
s budget immediately to the actions Herbert Parson made kiddish on Fri-
Jewish National Fund "to
to su
committee for 'Potosi]."
day night and Isadore Needleman on
• • • •
Saturday.
MANUEL URBACH
The Ilitachduth, United Zeire Zion and Ilazair organizations opened
Granite and Marble
Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Par-
their joint conference in Vienna in the presence of 50 delegates from 15
countries. Dr. David Rebelsky represented the Hitachduth of America. The zan read stories from the Bible to the
more
aggressive
attitude
on
the
children.
a
policy of the revisionist. who advocate
,
nart of the Jews toward the Arabs in Palestine was opposed by Snrinzak
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who urged a continuation of the peaceful policy as outlined in the declara- Sept. 6 to 14, will be directed by
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on
our part is
tion of the Ilitachduth to the Arabs. "A peaceful policy
Bernard N. Cohen. assistant educe-
general
peace
is
prevailing
in
Palestine.
Every-
The Only Jewish MONUMENT
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whet"
especially urgent
Dealer in Detroit.
tional director of the United Jewish
site is now waiting for the Jews to continue rebuilding the country in •
► peaceful
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peaceful aims of the Zionist movement and to conduct a Hebrew cultural
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campaign in all the lands of the golus in order to prepare the Jewish
who will emigrate to Palestine," Mr. Sprinzak declared. Dr. Arlosoroff in
Now Connell-Curtis Chev-
addressing the conference severely criticized the Soviet government for its
rolet Company.
and
anti-Zionist activities and the numerous imnrisonments of Zionists
Socialist-Zionists. He also emphasized that the false interpretation of the
The
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Chevrolet Sales
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of the Jews.
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Curtis Chevrolet Company. E. G.
Curtis, president of the E. G. Curtis
Lumber Company and the Detroit
Door and Sash Company, has pur-
chased the interest of Ben and Fran-
cis Shaffer. R. A. Connell, president
of the Hamtramck Chevrolet Sale,
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Itebrew scholars and Zionists mourned the death of Mrs. Smolenskin,
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. of . the modern
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