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A literkam ffewisit periodical Carter

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DECEMBER 4, 1925
DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY,

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VOL. XIX. NO. 2

Beth El Arranges
Huge Celebration
Completes 75 Years of
,Temple
Existence. Commemoration

Soci i

R. JOSEPH ROSEN
ANSWERS CRITICS
BEFORE DEPARTURE

et es

Pi'

Joint
l

Dayton Rabbi Will
Speak Next Monday

Mayerberg Speaks
For Lodge Dec 7

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TELEPHONE

CADILLAC
1-0-4-0

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Former Associate Rabbi at Beth

El Will be Pisgah Lodge

Hebrew Schools Plan
$100 Benefit Dinner

At 0 conference of friends
nod sympathizers of the United
Hebrew Schools held Monday
evening Nov. 30, at the Kirby
avenue Talmud Torah, the ti-
nancial situation of the schools
vies discussed and it was decid-
eel that, in order to tide the
schools safely over the winter
months, a $100 dinner should
be given. The date for the
(Jinni i was selected for Tuesday
evening, Dec. 29, at the Phila.
auditorium.
let pia • Byron
There will be no collections of
any kind at the dinner. Rabbi
A. M. Hershman was chairman
of the conference. The follow-
ing were appointed to the mom-
mittee on arrangements: Sams-
el Frank, Jacob Friedberg, Da-
vitt Robinson, Louis Duscoff,
Aaron Klein, M. B. Cohen, liar-
ry So.;cnsky, Sidney Stone,
Aaron M. Pregerson, Max Lie-
berman, Harry Greenberg and
Michael Krell.

MARSHALL, DR. WISE
DEBATE QUESTIONS
CONFRONTING JEWS

The third annual joint meet-
Guest.
J. D. C. Leader Urges A United
ing of the Detroit section. Na-
. —
Sunday, Dec. 13.
tional Council of Jewish Wo-
Appeal for Russian Jews and
Detroit Jewry is awaiting the op-
men (fornierly the Jewish Wo-
portunity to pay homage to one of
Palestine.
On Sunday, Ike. 13, Temp e
man's Club.) the Ladies Auxil.
the
outstanding
figures
in
American
most
influential
Re-
---
' El, the ol dest and mos
Regrets Irresponsible State-
liary of Shaarey Zedek and the
Jewish life, a man admired and re-
form
Jewish
congregation
in
the
Mid-
"PEACE WITH HONOR
Sisterhood of Temple Beth El
ments and Censures Rw
spected
by
the
Jewish
community
of
die West, will celebrate the comple-
will be held on Monday after-
IN AMERICAN JEWRY"
morn as Libelous.
Detroit and known nationally as a
tion of 75 years of uninterrupted ser-
noon, Dec. 7, at 2 :13 o'clock in
great orator and thinker. The Jews
vice. The occasion will be mar e by
the chapel of Temple Beth El
of Detroit need no introduction to
$720,000 Subscribed at Convert-
a great religious service in the morn- I
when Manley Hudson will speak
:XPLAINS PERSONAL
' Rabbi Samuel S. Mayerberg of Day-
the president of the
tion Opening National Pales-
ACTIVITY IN RUSSIA! on ''The World's Court." These , ing in which
ton, Ohio, formerly associate rabbi of
!Central Conference of American Rab- ,
tine Drive.
meetings have proved so suc-

Temple Beth El, Detroit. During the
, his, Rabbi Louis Wolsey of Philadel- I
cessful that the organizations
time of his association with Dr. Leo ,
phis, will preach the sermon and the I
Failure to Continue Work
represented have made them a
BALTIMORE.
— With $720,000
M. Franklin at Beth El he formed '
' musical service will be rendered by ,
Would Lengthen Jewish
yearly feature so the members
subscribed toward the $5,000,000
numerous friendships and, although
an augmented choir of 16 selected
may become acquainted with
Bread Lines
in
Europe.
sought of American Jews this year
absent from Detroit for some time, 1
o
voices, in addition to J seph Schwartz
each other and with the work
for work in Palestine, the United
his popularity has never waned. Rab-
of the Chicago Civic Opera Company,
done by the other societies.
Palestine Appeal was launched at the
NEW YORK.—Pressure from lead-
bi Mayerberg is a past president of
by many considered the foremost
Mrs. Joseph M. Welt is presi-
In
this
extraordinary conference on Pales-
Pisgah
Lodge,
No.
34,
Independent
ing Jews of Russia who have sent him
baritone in this country.
dent of the council, Mrs. Wal-
tine held at the Southern Hotel with
numerous cables begging him to has-1
Order B'nai B'rith, and his adminis-
musical service, the string quartet of
1
lace Rosenheim of the sister-
ilf
the attendance of over 1,500 dale-
tration is still remembered as one of
ten his return because of the con-
I the Detroit Symphony Orchestra will
hood and Mrs. M. Zackheim
gates. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, chair-
the
most
successful
in
the
history
of
te.
Those
in
charge
o
stantly increasing number of Jews
'' also participa
of
the
auxiliary.
man of the United Palestine Appeal,
the lodge, the power and influence of
clamoring for a chance to take up
;the arrangements for this event pre-
Mr. Hudson, who will deliver
the lodge being greater than at any
farming, urgent messages from the
j presided over the conference.
diet that it will be the most notable 1
RABBI S. S. MAYERBERG
,
the afternoon's lecture, is pro- ;
In an atmosphere ranging from un-
Agro-joint staff conveying the same
time in its history.
service ever held in the history of
fessor of international law at
precedented enthusiasm for concen-
Pisgah Lodge will hold an open
information, besides the necessity of
Harvard University and an au- ' the congregation.
trating on the work of raising funds
meeting at Temple Beth El, Gladstone
immediately preparing for the con-
The children's celebration of the
thority on world politics and
for l'alestine and satisfaction with
and Woodward avenues, Monday eve-
tinuance, in the spring of the land-
seventy-fifth anniversary will take
problems. Be has been hon- ,
what appeared to be union between
ning, Dec. 7, to accord due honor
settlement work already in hand are
'place in the afternoon. One of the
ored with the title of advisor at
n t inot iteb t s , to • a
to
Rabbi
Mayerberg,
who
will
deliver
re se n t; n m oeb.Zn
Zionists and
the reasons for his departure from
' classes of the school of religion will
the World's Court at Geneva
the :till urpe:
the principal address of the evening.
pressed resentment
America at this time, Dr. Joseph A.
; present a playlet. Chanukah hymns
because of his interest and ac-
maining
uncertainty
of the situation,
It
is
announced
that
he
will
speak
on
Rosen, declared to the representative
will be sung. For the special delight
tive participation in the League
the conference dealt with the two
the subject: "Is Lite Worth Living?"
of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
I of the children the tempi: has invit-
of Nations. The public is in-
i He will be introduced by Dr. Frank- Local Chapter Plans Intensive problems which confront the Ameri-
"I would have liked to remain here
; eel Mrs. Dorothy Gordon of New York
can Jewish community today; the ap-
vited.
I lin. It is hoped that he will be heard
longer," said Dr. Rosen, who in the
Membership Campaign
, to present a program of the folk songs
of
,..
cal for Palestine and the problem
r
by an audience of men and women
; and costumes of the children of all
head of the Agra-joint work in Rus-
Next Week.
ringing relief to the lane en Jewish
children
of
which
will
tax
the
capacity
of
the
sia, "and my family is very much dis-
B'nai Jeshurun
nations. Two all
Congregation
erg
communities in Eastern and Central
vio-
auditorium, mo that Rabbi Mayerb
appointed that I am cutting my visit
Beth El schoo l, Joseph Reilich,
100 Years Old. )era el
will be made to realize the gr eatl
linist, and William Reilich, pianist,
Hadassah Sabbath will be celebrated Europe.
to them so short. But the outcry
Goldstein is Rabbi.
esteem held for him by his host of
Amon g te delegates assembled
d
will play children's music.
it
on
Saturday
orning,
ec.
from the Jews of Russia is more than
in Detro
the congregations were not only members of the Zion-
Detroit friends.
any human being can withstand.
ng, 6 when rabbis of all
pgtalervaetn it -•
The program for this meeti nry will preach on some phase of work of tat Organization of America, but
h BOOT-C7d71f a r e c gAtnl
Within the past several weeks I helve
BISHOP MAN NI NG TALKS
which has been arranged by Ile air.' the Women's Zionist Organization. Keren Ilayesod workers representa-
had cables imploring me to as en my ,
f or a banquet to be followed by an
ON IDEAL OF TOLERANCE M. Abramovitz, the well known ch ad. The Iladassah Sabbath will inaugur- tives of American Jewish fraterni-
artists'
concert
of
the
very
highest
or-
return from such men as A. L. Fuchs,'
---
1 man of the lodge's intellectual ter- ate an intensive membership cam. ties, including a special delegation of
der. At this evening entertainment
president of the Moscow Kehilla,
iso r, Work in Palestine an Ideal, the speaker will be Rabbi Jonah B. Other Speeches Given by Ochs,vancement committee, will be in ions paign which will close with a Chanu- the Independent Order B'nai B'rith
ze we' sneb
1..Braude,
A s Dr. IL Pen
,
from
spersed by several musical select will kah festival on Wednesday afternoon, and newly recruited forces who
Wke of New York City, president of
-
Ol urti
t
Says Nahum Sokolow in
Dr. Wise, Monsignor Car
by local artists. The meeting
Dec. 10. Mrs. Abraham Cooper is gained interest in the issue.
the Alumni Association of the He-
Feldman, Isaac Kamonetzki,
Schne
rol and Dr. Adler.
Interview.
The direct outcome of the confer.
open promptly at 8 o'clock.
brew Union College. Rabbi Wise is
dge, chairman of arrangements and is as-
all of whom have pictured the fever-

At
the
last
meeting
of
the
lo
ple
misted
by Mrs. Louis Robinson. Miss ence was a resolution adopted at the
a son of the late Dr. Isaac M. Wise,
ish eagerness of thousands of our
en- which took place Nov. 30, at Tern ter: Hattie Gittleman is chairman of the close of the session which, recogniz-
NEW YORK.—"The trouble in who was the founder of the liberal
NEW YORK.—(J.
people to get out on the land. Their
ovement in Judaism in America. try of the eighth Jewish congregation Emanuel, important business mat An Detroit liadassah Chapter, Mrs. lien- ing the existence of the problem of
cables have been backed up by ap- S ia will not affect the situation in
were acted upon by the members.
ry Weinstein and Mrs. Morris Fried- relief for the stricken Jewish popula-
peals for my speedy return from S. Palestine," declared Nahum Sokolow The son is a worthy su ccessor of his ,
berg are vice-presidents and Mrs. Jo- tion in Eastern and Central European
Lubarsky, the chief agronomist of the chairman of the Zionist Executive on Ithinker and a very eloquent speaker. century of its existence was the or- , amendment to the by-laws o
Agro.joint and Ezekiel Grower, its his arrival in the United States to at- [ father, being an exceedingly keen ' in the United States Into the second ,, lodge was submitted which presto' ibed seph II. Ehrlich is a member of the countries, urged paramount interest
theme will be "Can Israel Win?" casino at which leading Protestant
the method of electing the boar I of National Board. Any of the above in the work of rebuilding Palestine,
tend the Baltimore conference in an ; His
Because of the comparatively limit- Catholic and Jewish ministers joined
legal advisor."
rich
in a common appeal for greater toter- directors of the new B'nai B erry mentioned women or any member of is, according to the resolution both
te Jewi with the repre sentative of
Or Rosen will has— a conference nrview
y welcome any relief and reconstruction. The reso-
ance l an
a broader unuerstanding Community House at 275 East F
sh events
Telegraphic
Agency.
and
"These
throw
light
on
the
:ed
seating
capacity
in
the
temple,
ad-
the chapter will glad
in Berlin with Dr. Bernard Kahn, ithe
, mission to the service will be by in-
I avenue.
I inquiries about the work of the or- lution as adopted read:
Euro pean director of the Joint Distri -
In order to accommo- among the denominations.
"This conference declares it is its
h homeland mission only
ganization and of the Detroit chapter.
tion
Congregation Jeshurun , which cel-
button Committee, and Mr. Lubarsky, importance of the Jewis
\
, „. All women interested in helping the unanimous
opinion that the develop-
in Palestine for the t peace of a the i date an overflow congregation, loud
hundredth anniversary
d :t
It which the work of the Agro.joint
es.
work in Palestine are in- ment of Palestine has reached a stage
eliven by
world. The contras between
r, t g
LIS..humanitarian
Tha n ogonngt inne Ho
I
n
on
will be surveyed and the ■ etai s
tine and the rest of the Near East is speakers are being installed in e
which
calls
for constructive actin
Astor,
at he
vited to become members.
its future program will be worked evidenced in a situation where Pales- Brown Memorial Chapel for this oc• ale t a con , r e gati
"Palestine Health Week" is a unique a scale hitherto unprecedented; that
castor'.
Temple
Beth
El
was
organized
75
was
founded
by
Dutch,
German
and
out.
the
immediate
possibilities which Pal-
aria/
tine becomes the refuge for those
Chicago Art Authority Deliv
addition to the American calendar con- - estine offers as a haven of refuge to
Speaking of the discussion which
Portuguese '
remain in Syria. I t l years ago in the home of Isaac and' Polish Jews, who left the
they wanted a
e Series of Lectures in City.
tributed by thousands of Jewish Wo
developed in the American Jewish who are afraid to
on Congrega tion n because the
specia
e
Ashkenazic
be very desirable if a
lee- en all over the country who are de- tens of thousands of homeless ; and
Campaign, Dr. Rosen gave expression vvould
k
for de their sake
Jewish fund for the assistance of the I Rebecca Couzens
in a little
cu t end Jews
is still synago gu e i
which hous
treet
The first of a course of four given voting themselves to an effort to raise p st e .ir zse eda
used must , Palestine, be
to his regret that in a vital human
standing.
It consisted
of 10 families. ritual was observed in New York City
ian fu ees in Palestine were East
Larned
S
ample
the
sanitary
and
hygienic
standards
and
for
the
sake
of
Today
the
membership
of
Temple
in
1625,
a
time
when
New
York
had
1
tures
on
"Modern
Art,"
was
task such as undertaken by the Unit- ,.
and
eel Jewish Campaign, no many irre- ; created. Such a fund would have a Beth El numbers approximately 1,300 a population of about 160 ,00,
. with a I ; Tuesday afternoon, in the Ti rafts of the Holy Land to the best medical the honor of the Jewish people, in-
l i ttle
sponsible statements have been issued 'beneficial and calming effect upon
Jewish
population numbering
en
standards of this country.
ic h hoe lgoivfa
b m the
rnen wtortold, tbweh bu
families. But indirectly
affiliated
Beth Fl chapel by Dudley C
ednd oy
itoike
over 1,000. The first synagogue of Watson, extension lecturer, Art In.
nwn who are adding "Pales. v
in various quarters, without any con- ' the neighbors of the Jewish national
i The women
sideration of the actual merits of the home. The element which seeks ref- with it are vast numbers of Jewish the congregation was dedicated June atitute of Chicago. These lectures
is
tine Health Week" to the list of Jewish national home In Palest ne, of
plan. uge in Palestine consists mainly of people in the city and state. The Re- 29, 1827, and w as located on Elm are under the auspices of Detroit Sec-
The "weeks" observed in the United States eq ually at stake with the fortunes
ligious
School
of
Temple
Beth
El
is
dad-
don,
Council
of
Jewish
women.
street.
In
1918
the
congregation
b
th
"I have nothing but utter contempt Christian Arabs," Mr. Sokolow atat-
elefaarne dofwti e
ew
s oorfalJvi
ene smoaftetrhiaoluasannddm
este ure was attended by a most inter are members of Hadassah, the WOM. t b
t are trying to thwart d declaring that he will endeavor to ai to be he largest of any Jewish cared its new house of worship on 88th I lect
for d thuse who
d group of women, who eagerly en'i Zionist Organization of America,
concerning
the
Sabbath
School
in
America,
having
an
street, near West End avenue.
this campaign by spreading libelous collect money to assist the refugees.
Watson prefaced his art talk
,, and is scheduled to begin on Saturday,
, enrollment of about 1.700 children.
of Jewish homeland.
t.a
The first rabbi of the congregation await the rest of the series.
li tr.e.. 05n. s 01'n'oltlhoew ii,nugbpl.chte of
se
Palestine Paramount.
insinuations and who do not hesitate , Asked Jewish
.
SI
o
II
J.
to impugn the integrity, the honor ;United Jish Campaign and the
e v, D r , Morris
as
the
R
"This conference, while recogniz-
eauti-
and the earnestness of men who, with ;United Palestine Funds Appeal, the) In addition, the recently established
1 Th e present rabbi is Dr. Israel Gold- and the presentation of his b arison [the Jewish Homeland" by rabbis in
350 adults
and was
their entire energy, devotion and zeal I issue of the Jewish colonization work I Beth El College of l Jewish
Studies
mane'
practically
everhe
ewish
pulpit
in
the
ing
the
existence of • Jewish relief
stein. The congregation being the fully-colored elides, by a comp
was a matter of die- i has an enrollment of y instructbion. f
25,000 members of problem throughout Eastern and
gives 13 hours week
of presen t day methods in ind of the United States,
try to promote a cause w hich should in Russia,
a num er o second oldest Ashkenazic congrega.

those
in which
American Jewish
circles,'
there
are
domestic
life,
with
tunics.
Hadassah,
grouped
in
220
chapters
in
Central
Europe which must be dealt
,
Moreover
in and
cos
1 mid-week study classes conducted in tion in the United States, it has,
appeal to every Jew.
•d.
cience as many cities and towns, in addition with on the spot, and the necessity
Mr. Sokolow stated.
the temple. The rabbi of the congre- the course of a century, introduced eighteenth and nineteenth cep
to
624
sewing
circles
and
130
Junior
for
the
efforts
devoted to the solution
Opponents Prejudiced.
I gallon is Dr. Leo IM. Franklin. who only one change in the ritual, that is, He spoke of the advance of s if
Ito
l
"The handful of opponents
of thisl "The Jewish colonization work in
and the quickening up of al
he life srroups will go in for an intensive drive of such problems on the basin of the
plan refuse to give any consideration Russia is merely an incident in Jew- 1 has held his present position for the ; the introduction of family pews. Mon-
Art, as he said, must depict t y, if it ito double the membership of the or. resolutions adopted by the Philadel-
;
Bishop William T. Manning,
to its "It
intrinsic
Dr. that
Ro- ash
relief is work,
while
work
in past 27 years during which time two
sen.
doesn't merit,"
matter said
to them
Palestine
an ideal.
No the
Jew
would
G. Carroll, chancellor . of the times in terms of beaut . And ganixation in order that it may in- phia conference, declares that the
ish
"L'shanah
Ha ' 1 I magnificent temples have been build signor Thomas
o f phenomenal growth of the Jewthe
but he
does say .1;
e ver dream of saying
eel by the congregation. The Direc- ; to Cardinal Hayes; Dr. Stephen S. wishes to really fulfill its object st keep 'case its already impressive range
x. homeland has given to Palestine
,
aha
B'Crimea
"
Adolh
C.
Oh Dr. Cyrus Ad- when the times change, art mu
it involves the fate of thousands of ; : b
new ' health work in Palestine which
it e
wke,
p
Roy
c
s,
scrimina-
aramount
osition
as
a
permanent
p
Hence
the
Jerusalem."
Itor of Religious Education is Rabbi'
ah Ha' baha B.
al S. Copeland, Hon. , pace with them.
their own fles h and blood. It doesn
ng up, tends ireely and without di
Senator
lifeonth v grreoluienfdsfaaentodr because the
Leon Fram, w•ho recently came tom ler,
Zionists Interested.
ulius Miller president of Manhattan ; schools of art which have ape sionist, tion to the entire population, Jew, construct
matter to them that if, because of •
the grounds
to
"The Zionists are always glad to I Chicago to accept this responsible po- J boroughnd Dr. Israel Goldstein were ; the Impressionist, the Express
their o PP os i tion we will be ds unable
Christian and Moslem alike.
I
, a
others.
and
wile
we,
,
Thousands
of
American
tourists
Jewish
homeland in Palestine is the
Jews
of
en-
sition.
. Charles W. Endel, [ the Cubist
ad vance aid to the thousan
al aspire-
The edifice in which Congregation i the main speakers
France has kept art alive, w devoted I who have visited Palestine sing the expression of the immemori
who are already out on the fields, din.; know when Jews in any country
val hunger
of the congregation, acted as
oneers, gage in agriculture. This type of 1
e dic ated three 'resident
p
Beth El worships was d
ient of 'praises of this unique contribution by tion and the present spirit
Solomon N. Stroock was in the United States, have
aster may overtake these pi
ncple.
ish
peo
w
toastmaster.
these men, women and children who Jews are always the best material for
th e Je
years ago and is said to be not only
encour- the Jewish women of this country to of "
Th is c o nfe re e is convinced that
have
risked It
their
all in matter
this effort
to later
helping
Such was and
the so one of the mold beautiful but one of chairman of the evening. Dr. D 'd our energies to the acivanceir
win bread.
doesn't
to them
case
of the Palestine.
Jews in Argentine,
of Land. One re-
houses I de Sole Pool offered the invocation. science alone. France has ver the the revival of the H
a united American Jewry will respond
the most completely equipped
en
sup-
cent
visitor,
David
A.
Brown
of
De-
to the united Palestine appeal in a
ey
all
that
if
the
United
Jewish
Campaign
will
be
the
case
in
other
countries
cannot raise $15,000,000, thousands where Jews will become agricultural of worship of any denomination in \ eNM nnly the members of the con- , aged art students from all o
worthy troit, aid o f
a bc.loved word in Pal. measure demanded by its honor and
of others who are waiting for the workers. this part of the country. The con- ; gregation and the spirit of those who world, its Ministry of Art
this congregation 100 years plying the where-withal for Fran c e,
"Hadass a his
e by the greatne s s of the oc
ago ca
the students to live and study in
aligned with the progres- founded
. g
estine. Its name is a blessing on ane
also
The Jews of Russia deserve ape- gregation is alig
expectation pre-
tonight,
me here toni
"
f
the
patriarchs.
the
prophets,
,
until
they
become
self-supporting.
same
chance to better have
their already
unfortu- cut caul attention in the relief work be- sine party in Judaism, usually known
note condition—who
I
has
eaved
countless
lives,
ailed because of the realization by
spirit
of
Reform
or
Liberal
Judaism.
free- as
had
Sol, brought in- alike
themselves off from their old lives in cause, in former days they gave
th Impressi o n isty Monet. Beautiful ,threatened by disease, and has brought the delegates that Zionism
ars of all ages, Dr. Israel
the expectation that with the coming ly to all Jewish causes and supported ; I
e b
to
e prominenc
slides
were shown
of this class of Pic- , help and healing to thousands. It I reached a turning point and that the
declared.
of the spring the road to a new life Judaism. Now, when
they are stric-1JEWISH
splashes ;beneficient influence has a tremendous future developments depended upon
I
ed.
Rejoice as Americiin Jews.
hey a must
m be he lpace and would
ee, with their wonderful
I
t
tu coloring;
of
also, by way of contrast'
influence in the improvement of the the addresses of the two outstanding
will open to them, wil l be hurled back ken tam
an of pe
" I
"As American Jews we cannot help'
into the ghettoes, into even greater
but rejoice on this Thanksgiving day. reproductions of the genre pictures 1 only
hygienic
and sanitary
not : I phen
figures
in American
Jewry,
Dr. Ste-
It doesn't matter to them like to see the $15,000,000 United
in Palestine,
but conditions
of the entire
S. Wise,
national
chairman
of
will be Jewisehd Campaign
and the $5,000,000
Its institutions spread . the appeal, and Louis Marshall, the
Palestine Campaign
be car- Those Stranded in Danzig, Roumania The presence at this gathering of rep- of Millet and Breton, whose peasants ' , on
that the breadlines of Europe
. .
r
over;
N
Given Permission to Leave.
' resentatives of all denominations is a have become famous the wo t widely ; over the land like the loving embrace Iguensetscorfibtineg Palestine
No
extended hideously . tha t starvation, Unit
hwithout conflict.
s
an
undeb-
r an
and also the beautiful bus
a
DANZI.—A decision to return to !token of throad chracter of Amer-
disease and death will be the conse tie
; of a great mother"
stable fact and "not as Jewish ques-
t.
(Pence. It doesn't matter to them ; one can say that American Jews have ;
G
s made by i Jewish emigrants limn citizenship which brings all faiths different landscapes of Coro
these '
lion, but as the Jewish answer," de-
w
I
mutuality
of
One
must
study
and
live
t
that mit only will the Jews of Russia ',invented
the
Crimea
colonization
plan
'
in order to harm Zionism as, regret- ' Russia wa
' together ine ab common
med, to
daring that "on this day we re-enter
refugees here. At a meeting It
land
'1 d that in view of their , izenship and understanding," he de- ' new ideas in art, it is clai
have to pay the price for their oppo- : tabl some think. I have no doubt
into a covenant of understanding and
,
will,
sr - was
grow to like them; and they
sition, but the Jews of Roumania, o
and announcing that he was
time
fav-;
that Louis Marshall, Fe ix . •
ON
t
to lerance is no longer to be e .entuall • replace the old-
Poland, of Galicia, of all the countries burg and the other leaders of the present hopeless economic position c a That
me mere-
, not urging competing claims upon •
American
life
v
which
11
then
beco
I
of Europe where Jews are suffering, United Jewish Campaign mean was-! and the fact that there are no open-1 sp • n o
Will Discuss "Bulwark; Against As' limited purse, Dr. Wise stated:
L Ingo for them to emigrate, the on- was the opinion expressed by Bishop . y
where Jews are in want. Frankly, I
not want to harm the Pales-
of a past
age.
way left to them is to return to William T. Manning in his address. , i treasures
In the realm
of sculpture.
too,
and do
am rl--mayed by what may happen as tine work. I must observe, however, , i y
al committee was ap-
id, 'M
" he said,
the
word
tolerance,
a
A
speci
"I
hate
th
.
goy-
a e'. , sequence of their reckless disre- hot should it become necessary .to Russi
the . ___—_
he declared, "I bring peace with hon.
.
roach t
"for it neq treated, the old and the new,
po
ear I if the situation in Russia and
The social and religious institu. i or... The chairman of this confer-
t to ask it to facilitate the
idealistic and the real stic.
e
rest
of
Europe.
Not
to
me,
but
defend
the
interest
o
the
d,
in-
ernmen
permits
for
the
return
of
ence is tempted to use the same
tions
and
practices
through
the
obi'
re-
whom the J. D. C. is hoping should these interests be onally,
attacke it will I sue of the ' IgiO because, remaining firm in our
a
to th, ■ se ;
f which the Jewish pent
terms. I bring to you, my fellow-Zion-
or uni
us beliefs as we do, we learn to ap- I Mr Watson, who is a chairing
refugees to Russia. The committee
gn. Have tentionally
'
to help wi
to predate and to understand the relig- I speaker
naturally be my duty to defend the
y withstand the influence's which iota, peace with honor—peace in
a
keen
and
edge
as
ee
an
the
authority
enthusiasm
on
of


Ina
put
ds-
i
they no
rs have
at all?
been deliber. Palestine work against any obstacles has
also been instructed to appeal
art consciences
American Israel, honor to Palestine,
Ibis audience.
„„ ; result in assimilation will be an at
■ the Jewish organizations for assis- ious doctrines of others."
place
and the assurance of service to our
"Varioum rum o
had ' Th e next lecture takes o
- - : cussed by Rabbi A. M. Hershm
ce and
both deserve
our ' tan ,
Biter Manning said no nation
than
lace 2:30
ately set afloat to cast reflection upon which might
be encountered
of great
the late Sabbath services at the ; fellow.Jews within and without Pal-
The Ministry
of the Interior at Bu-
ay
afternoon,
Dec.
8,
at
ry
anksgng
and
.
' im po rtan
cause
for
Th
Tuesday
.
Td
great
ek
Synagogue,
Friday
tine Wherever and in whatsoever
the motives of my work in Russia andl whol e -h arted devotion. " Ask
!
d . as
mentioned
one
7 d
ihis opinion on the last statement of ; charest has given permission to the the Uted
Ste s a
.
ni
; o clock .
ening, Dec.1,
at al :30 oclock. l measure help may rightly be extend-
to arouse suspicion against me by em-
to
c.
im m
at incr ea
. ev
in. the Joint Distribution Committee, in-!, refugees who have entered Roumania the re ason "the
engaged in tom-
he
subject
of
his
address
will
be
0 from Russia during the past two of the indispensable necessity of re-
I , T
Assimilation." eel '
that
I am
I am
Pace Needed Hens.
tures
mereiai ven
in Russia capacity
Againet
eluding the allocation of $1,500,00
, 'Bulwarks
SAMUEL COMING HERE
nion of Agricult- for Palestine Development Corpora•' years to re emigrate to Russia. The li "ion in human life.
.• peace in American Israel—not
; di cussion which will constitute'
deed acting in an advisory.
"Our strong-minded and straight-
peace which grows out of indif-
oral
emigrants
who
intended
to return
;
,
to
the co-operatives.
All-Russian U Even before the I Hon. Mr. Sokolow, while refraining
I
will
have
to
apply
for
the
necessary
he
con
Maurice
Samuel,
famous
Zionist,'
thinking President,
xpressing a definite opinion on
ference and apathy, but the peace
s.' lecturer and author, will speak in De- one of the important utterances to , the
e
"has said 'the only adequate found
second of the serieel which has come after unfaltering de-
war I was the
Amer.
from
sian representative
co-operatives. in Two
\ the
situation, indicated that the sum Frontier Commission. There will be lion
Talmue
will be
the the week of Chanu-,
ligion."
for Men
democratic
are coming
institutions
to realize
is re-
the 1 troit on Wednesday, Byron
Dec. 30,
at the kah,
\ be made
during
when
the
question
as
to
of
$1,500,000
was
small
in
relation
to
permits
to
the
Roumanian.Russian
ieaof aRgu
o s,
' notion to what we believed to be our
whether the J. D. C. would continue the need and the program of the work the
no special
formalities
in the is
issue
of truth of this. Education is nnt enough. 'Philadelphia and
yearn
permits.
The frontier
to be
"Education alone may make a crook , Torah under the auspices of the D ..lof addresses to be delivered at the I duty to the highest Jewish interests.
None have we hurt and all we have
I crossed at Resent, Bender, Ataki or or • scoundrel of a man, hut belief in ; troll district of the Zionist Organize-' late Friday evening :services.
will be Dr. Charles •
Ira work in Russia was an uncertain- in Palestine'
I Akkerman. Parcels and money may God and responsibility to his law make tion, according to an announcement ereTnhiengspeaker
Dec. 18,
-------
at the services Friday ' helped and healed by holding up, des-
be taken across the frontier, it was
Mn. Vi. Margold of the State Normal ; pile deep misunderstanding and all
ty, I assumed charge of the New York
by A. J. Koffman. President.
RGANIZE
MANY
I
,..rre' its consequences. the ideal which is
offic e of this unit, but when the J. D. WILL O
of "You attained
Gentiles,"
a book
I School at Ypsilanti, who will lectu
character, personality, et,„pap,ibility Samuel
fame
as the which
author
JEWISH COMMUNITIES I declared.
i on "What I Saw in Europe." I.,
our sruerdon.
C. de .ci ' ded to resume its activities in
and citizenship,"
I
e have not willed to hurt any
gned from the office and
---
I Margold spent many months investi;
RtmIR , I resigned
the
,
Bishop Manning referred to
caused much controversy a mon g Je ws
.
" W or men, although In these days
TI ON LAW
wine Jewish conditions in European man
have since acted in • purely advisory
WARSAW.--(J• T. A.) — The or- SOVIET ELEC
breaking
down
of
religious
intolerance
throughout
the
country.
Mr.
Samuel;
S
MANY
JEWS
at
-
ommunities
in
I
and
in
the
Near
East.
time
during
my
ENEFIT
r
i
and
in
other days we have suffered
c
B
e fia li o .at y.
spoke in Detroit last year and those I c
--
as a cause for thanksgiving and of the
I re • mutation of Jewish
the tPolish!
have of
---
blow upon blow, because we have
filiation wlh
with this
is body nature
"generosity and broadmindedness" of who missed him then will be glad of 'ountries, —_---_
Prov incesf
the
o of he Po-i
dared
to stand for the right of the
reined one cent in the
W —(J• T. A•)—A grater gifts by Jews to the Cathedral of St.:
ublic, one of the points be hasten.' MOSCOW.—(J.
I WOLFSON MADE PROFESSOR
salary or r any other compensation RepEastern
will
1ohn the Divine. He said Adolph S. an opportunity
to hear him.
I Jewish people to reach their own de-
__—
-------
link Jewish agreement,
A.)--Icisions
touching
their own aaffairs.
ill be
enabled
'The
movement has eel Ifthe decision of the Polish Cabi- , number
of Jewish
citizens
in to
the particL
Son. Ochs' gift of two candelabra in the
from
the co-operative
body.
, iet Republics A
TEL AVIV WANTS REMAINS
CAMBRIDGE. Mass.—LI. T.
Farms C o-operatives
pate in the Soviet elections as a result
The appointment of Dr. Harry A. , "In Philadelphia each of use in-
■ Menorah, was one of the
re-
I
form
of
Wan ours, but it
at
a
y
!
l '.
newly published
Soviet election moat beautiful and significant!'
A.)—The re- , Th
el
ounTlrioefcl IZisters
T. famous
o
eliChe
pealene Ilynalti:
' mains of Max Nordau,
Euro- 'WnItmon to then new Nathan Littauer lagined
that victor
cteorayrewittolioauctbr:vaece.
a ways been dear to me because of neThwi
maosrevi ,,
The representation of various re- . TEL
; ;law.
P
f
isorship
of
Jewish
Literature'
w
l:
beneficial
effect
it
has
on
the
cent
session
introduced
the
project
off
t
til
government ordinance submitted by
The election privilege which was ligions at the dinner shows peop le
to , ro
writer an d one of t he first f d•'
rning'
and Philosophy at Harvard has been out victory. What Jew would achieve
the toiling messes ,
th ssia farming population. I hope a Ministry of Education cones
learning, he said, " respect and ap- peat: Britwho, wit
.
is
to- the
a nnounced. )r. Wolfson was graduat- victory over ■ fellow-Jew? Ours
. at the Jewish colonies in this union
the organization of the Kehillahe in form
rIv
limited
was
extended
by to
the new
law to of
site esti.; predate and love twine whose faith iet
' ed l the modern Zionist movement, will ed at Harvard in 1912, because an in- to gain victories not over, but for,
hawkers,
peddlers,
members
kl: r not yet represented which are
This union, the districts of Wolyn, Palesie, Bialy-
differs
from
their
own."
;be
traneferred
from
Paris
to
Eel
Aviv,
etructor
in
1915
and
has
been
amis.
page
3.)
(Continued on
w ho employ
ll. rep-
1
daY j oin it.
Thomas G.
r"
1l
g
san companies, art i two apprentices.
Mons inor
the 1 according to a decision of the mania- tent professor since 1921.
rn
stok and Vilna.
which n last year alone had • turnover
or dinance the or-
brought
According to communities in these an assistant or sans
pality of Tel Aviv.
of arti . resen ting Cardinal H
ow.,
$25,000,000, plays an important
f
f
the
families
Two)
me
be
o
Page
Adult
(Turn to
ganization of the
late in bettering and reconstructing provinces will be arm ilar to that of sans were also given the nght to vote.
he economic life of Russia and I am

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