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America Yavish Periodical Carter

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CLIFTON ATINOI • CINCINNATI 20, OHIO

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IFEbETROIT Ammt HRONICIA

1927

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All Jewish Views
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OLDEST AND MOST INFLUENTIAL JEWISH NEWSPAPER IN MICHIGAN

GENERAL ZIONISTS
TO HAVE MAJORITY
AT BASLE CONGRESS

Estimated to Have 165
the 275 Delegates at
Convention.

Per Year, ;3.00; Per Copy, 1 0 Cents

DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1927

VOL. XXXII. NO. 12

Rapid Progress Reported in Drive
For Cleveland Jewish Orphan Home

Officials of Iffinti Irrith District No. 2 Expect to Raise
$1,000,001) by October; Many Cities Have Already
Secured Quotas, Others to Start Soon.

of

Rapid progress is being made Hurry Nusbaum, prominent atter-
in the organization of states and new and graduate of the home.
Springfield, with a quota if $5,-
communities throughout district
cite, has selected as members of its
No. 2, Independent Order Irnai campaign executive committee Max
B'rith, for the $1,000,000 new K 'Yemen, .1 satin Altschul, Sam
FIFTEENTH CONCLAVE
S. P. Rosenfield, and ('harries'
HAS DIFFICULT TASK building fund for the Jewish Or- Jaffa,
phan Home at Cleveland, accord- Altschul. Assurances have been
given the general campaign coon- •
Experts' Commission Report ing to members of the campaign 'Matte that a campaign will bo
executive committee.
conducted in Canton and Spring-
on Palestine May Not
Those in charge of the campaign field at an early fall date. Harry
Be Presented.
z is directing the campaign
are: Fred Lazarus, Jr., Columbus,
president of the hoon; Louis J. in Marion.
Ohio with a quota of $7110,000
Borinstein, Indianapolis; Rabbi
Loa DON.-(J. T. A.)-Zionist
Samuel 5lay•rberg, Dayton • Philip will be the first of the states in dis- I
censtiteencies all over the world
Schier, Kansas City, and award tritt No. 2, I. O. B. B., to get its
will oo presented at the forth- 1
J. Sehanfarber, Columbus. Cam- campaigns under way, and the
CIJI",11g. fifteenth Zionist congress
paign headquarters are in Colum- summer months are being devoted
in Bash, the birthplace of political
by the general committee to the
bus.
Zii,nism, by 275 delegates, it was
Leaders in Cincinnati and Day- perfection of organization and the
etiti mated here.
ton already have assured the cam- entalolishment of early campaign
The list oil) be made, up of dele- paign committee that drive. will dates in these communities. Zanes- 1
gates duly elected by the various be held in their respective 1, niniu- odic, with a quota of $5,11 Hi, has'
Zionist groups as well as by the fifties in September. Cincinnati has already •onipleted its isimpaign
members of the general council accepted a quota of $100,1100 and under leadership of Louis We's r.
known as the actions committee Dayton's quota will lie $35.010.
Other states included in district
and the members of the Zionist ex. Akron, with a quota of $25,000, is Ni. 2, I. O. B. H., are Indiana.
amtive who are delegates to Zion- preparing fur a campaign in Sep- with a quota of $125,000; Ken-
at congresses by reason of their tember, with Tunis limb as hon- tucky, with it quota of $50,1100:
office.
orary chairman, and Maurice Sas- Missouri and Kansas, with a total
quota of $125,000: and Colorado,
A tentative identification of the low as chairman.
delegates as to their party affilia-
Neighboring communities will New Alexico and Wyoming, with a
tion shows that 50 will represent conduct their campaigns simulta- total quota of $25,000.
Anticipating the formal launch-
the Mierachi, orthodox Zionist or- neously with the larger cities, the
ganization; 45 the labor groups, general campaign committee has ing of the orphan home campaign
this
fall, Columbus, Youngstown.
Zeiri Zion and Poale Zion; 9 the been informed. Hamilton will have
Zionist revisionists; 6 radical Zion- a quota of $'1,500; Middletown, $2,- Toledo and Indianapolis included
the home in recent money-raising
ist:: and the rest, 165, the so-called 11011, and Piqua, $2,500.
general Zionists. The last group,
The lanyttm city committe• has efforts.
Columbus, with a quota of $51),-
although it is subdivided on minor as its ineinla•its Jtoseph Thal, Sid-
issues, is in general understood to ney Kusworm, Harry Lehman and 000, went successfully over the top,
support the ‘Veizinann policy.
Rabbi Samuel lilayerberg. In Cin- as did Toledo, with a quota of $10,-
The correspondent of the Jewish cinnati, Herbert Blotch is chairman 000, and Youngstown, with a quota
Telegraphic Agency here learns IT the campaign and Julius W. of $25.000.
Indianapolis will raise $75,001.
that no report of the experts' com- Freiberg, A. Edgar Aut. anti Wil-
mission of the Jewish agency, liam J. Shrode• are associate chair- for the home in annual efforts of
its
recently organ iced Jewish com-
which is now investigating the sit- men.
uation in Palestine with a view to
Donald Wise is heading the or- munity chest. Its first year's cam-
paign
was concluded recently.
mapping out a program for the ganization as chairman for Lima,
Zanesville, with a quota if $5,-
next 10 years' work, will he pre- with a quota of $6.000. The cam.
000,
already
has completed its
sented to the congress. It is, how- Ionian will he conducted early in
under leadership of Louis
v,eh
ever, expected that a plan to create the fall. t ;triton, with a quota of I campaign

DAVIS PREDICTS (
INCREASED BARS
AGAINST ALIENS

Secretary

of Labor Starts

PROHIBIT BIBLE
PASSAGE IN PLAY

LONDON.--(J. T. AT-Is a
Bible passage subject to the rul-
ings of state censorship? This
interesting controversy has de-
veloped between the Globe thea-
ter and the state censor
The censor prohibited the
reading of a passage from the
thirty-ninth chapter of Genesis
feeling with the story of Joseph
and Potipbar's wife. The man-
ager of the play, "Potiphar's
wanted to have the pass-
age read from the stage.
Following the prohibition of
the censor, the theater manage-
ment asked permission to print
the passage in the program.

Fixel Writes On
Laws Of Aviation ;

Detroit Attorney Publishes
First Book on Aircraft
Legislation.

ZIONISTS ABOLISH
JERUSALEM DOLE

E It USA L E M (.1. T. A.)-
The dole system, applied by the
%boast executive in recent
months for the relief of unem-
pleyed Jewish workers, will be
discontinued in Haifa, Afuleh
and Jerusalem, the executive
has announced.
Instead of the dole system,
work will be provided for the
unemployed. The doles will be
retained only in Tel Aviv, where
they will be gradually reduced.

SOVIET TO GIVE
JEWISH FARMERS
FINANCIAL HELP

President Kalinin

Declares

Russia Will Sub scribe
Of unusual signiaance to law-
yors and persons interested in avi-
to World Fur d.
legal Entrants.
ation the nation over, and of espe-
cial interest to Detroit Jewry, is
JEWISH COLONISTS
the book by Rowland IV. Fixel of
EXPECTS CONGRESS
TO GET
the Detroit bar which will be off
TO APPROVE FUNDS
' the press next week. 'fhe book is
totaled "the Lax. of Aviation "
German Hilf
Doing
, Mr. Fixed, whois a captain in
Will Use Ford Plan; Action
Medical and Cs Rural
the judge advocaat , genend's de-
partment, reserve corps, nod a part
Not Result of Sacco-
Work in Rua, ia.
ammander of the Charles A. Lear
Vanzetti Riots.
lied pest of the American Lego,.
MOSCOW.
- (J. T. A,) - The
lot., made an unusually exhaustive
Soviet government is ready to sub-
and comprehensive study eif
WASHINGTON, 1). C.-(J. T
Third
Anniversary
of
Land
scribe
one-fourth
of all fund*
suli:ect This is the first complete,
AT-Plans for increasing the re-
raised abroad for the p urpose of
authoritative hew text published in
strictions against aliens were form-
Settlement by Jews
promoting
Jewish
colonization,
ac-
the Unite .1 States dealing with
ulated by Secretary of Labor Davis
Is Observed.
cording to a statement made by
aviation law.
early this week.
President Kalinin in an interview
In a clear, cionisto and forceful
Secretary Davis stated that he
with Bernard Edelhertz °ow; r of
is taking preliminary steps to boy- Committee Chairmen Submit' manner, Mr. Fixel's work com-
MINSE.-J. T. A.).--The third
who i s
pletely covers the following phases anniversary of the issuance by the the "American Hebrew
cott aliens who are in the country
now here.
Reports on Plans for
the
Inv
of
aviation:
Historical,
illegally from getting work in the
White Russian government of its
The Soviet government intends
!•ontlicting theories of sovereignty' decree providing for the settlement!
United States and keep them out.'
Coming Year.
to continue the Jewish colonization
in air space, a 011111 , 11 as a branch
of the army.
of White Russian Jews on the land work, to allocate new la
nd and to
internatienal Ills, international
This plan was (originated by
A large, interested group of re oadations rules of the air, right was celebrated here.
grant transportation and other fa-
NI. Volodko, vice-minister of ag- cilities for this purpose. For every
Henry Ford, who insists on every I members attended the mid-summer to navigate. over another's land,
employee being able to show that meeting of Pisgah [outgo No. 34, criminal liability of aviator or pas- ricult are for White Russia, pub- $1,000,000 raised in America or
I e is legally entitled to residence, Independent Order of Mud B'rith, sengers, effect on insurance con- lished an article in which he sets elsewhere, the Soviet government
in the United States.
held Monday night, Aug. 15, at the tracts, aircraft as 11 COMI11011 Car- forth what has been acconiplished will give $250,000 for colonization
The secretary said that there liana B'rith Community Center. rir, federal legislation and the in Jewish land settlement during work, Kalinin stated.
Dr. M. W1sehnitzer, general sec-
was no intention at present to es- Interesting reports on the pro- agreement between the United this period. During 1025 and 1020,
he states, 15,208 desiatin of land retary of the Hilfsverheein yes-
tablish a system of alien registra- Iiised activities of the lodge were States and (amide.
Ion, but it undoubtedly will hr submitted by the chairmen of the
Then. is appended an exhaustive were alienated fur Jewish land set- terday Juden, arrive. here
111'1,11111 1 11 by some member of con- various committees. President compilation of state statutes, the tlement, and 103 collectives, with a
and proceeded on his tour
Cress, and the exasperation at the Samuel Sternberg presided.
air cciumerce act eif 1020, air com- population of 1,147 weds, were es- of the Jewish colonies in Cherson,
On behalf of the convention com- merce regulations and the interna- tablished on this area. Including Krivoy Rog, Crimea al d Odessa.
recent hoonihings may engender a
sentiment for even that drastic mittee, Harry latiberman read a tional flying convention. The book the older collectives, this made a lie will also visit soli ral towns
report on the convention of District also contains 11 complete and thor- total of DM Jewish agricultural (rein where the present settlers
course, he said.
collectives in White Reside, Twen-
David says his )flans are not the Gland Lodge No. 6, I. 0. B. B.; ough index, ellVeri ng 21 pages.
Jewish collectives
more
When
en interviewed by the repre-
Mr. Pixel's own ideas on his ty-two
result of the Sacco-Vanzetti dis- held in this city .luly 3 to 0, inclu-
have been formed since, and an- come
sive.
Adolph
("Daddy")
Freund
sentatives
f the Jewish Tele-
work,
and
the
purposes
for
which
orders, but these are very likely to
other
372
Jews
have been settled graphic Agency here, Dr. Wisch-
cause a rebirth of the hysteria of presented an interesting picture of it was prepared, are best stated in
011 individual farms. Altogether nitzer stated that the Hilfsverein
the
work
and
activity
of
the
Jewish
his
preface:
some years ago, and congress is ex-
"The Law of Aviation want writ- 1,510 Jews have been settled on the intended to participate in the Jew-
petted to he generous with appro- Orphan Home at Cleveland, which
land in White Russia during the ish colonization work last spring
priations for deportation, even if it is sponsored and supported by Dis- ten both for the lawyer and the
but the work was interrupted due
is not persuaded to enact alien reg- ant Grand Lodges Nos. 2 and 0, layman. The fields covered are the period.
I.
O.
B.
It.
This year 7,001) more desiatin of to the death of Dr. Paul Nathan.
legal
and
historical
phaeee.
Tech-
istration measures.
Rabbi II. Z. Gordon, chairman nical and economic considerations land will he allocated for Jewish The Hilfsverein is now beginning
of the Americanization committee, are omitted, as there are many land settlement, 5,000 desiatin of medical and cultural work in the
delivered an illuminating report on works already dealing with those the best quality and 2,01/0 desiatin colonies.
the work and plans of that commit- phases of the subject.
of semi•best quality.
an Agrarian bank will be submit- .A15,0111), is under the leadership of
tee. Elias Goldberg, chairman of
"Although over 25 states have
The agricultural work, the vice-
ted by the executive.
the symphony committee, told the statutes on the subject, to elate minister declares, is being carried
no milers of the year's program of there has been no general treatise on on intensive lines. rettle•brevel-
that important body. Robert Gas- 1111 the statutory side of aviation ing and dairy-farming are being
BERLIN.-(J. T. A.) -Final re-
sell, chairman of the athletic com- law. Nor has there been any at- developed satisfactorily. The cows
turns of the elections of delegates
mittee., outlined the plans for an tempt to correlate these statutes.
to the fifteenth Zionist congress
on the Jewish farms yield more
athletic carnival and baseball game The result is that the lava of avia-
from the Zionist societies in Ger.
cows on the non-
For the tenth successive year, the between Pisgah Lodge and Lodge tion has remained in a state of con- milk than the,
many have been made public here.]
Jewish farms.
congregation of Temple Beth El is Not. 55, Knights of Pythias.
fusion due to the fact that there
South African Boa' d Lends
The trend indicated in other Will Explain Significance of Will Introduce New Bill in arranging to hold auxiliary serv-
The vice-minister points out that
Among those present at the has been no annlysis of the stat-
Support to Conference
of a
Zionist constituencies
ices during the coming high holy meeting were Lewis Mayer, past utes, decisions, and precedents un- owing to the scarcity of land, the
Legislature
to
Put
Bible
International
Conference
strengthening of the extreme wings
Jews are being given swampy areas
on Jewish Rights.
days. Temple Beth El, which is or- president of the Jacob Schiff Lodge der which aircraft operates.
is seen also in Germany. Accord-
in Schools.
August 27.
which
require.
amelioration
and
im-
---
ganized along definitely democratic of Lansing, and Rabbi Leon Frain,
"This necessarily retards the
ing to the returns, the left-center
ZUIIIC11.-.1. T. A .-Seventy
principles, has always stressed the Rabbi Frain, in a short talk, growth of the industry; for if un- mense labor before they can be
bloc received 2,313 votes, thus
sown;
nevertheless
the
Jews
are
delegates
are
expected to attend
'f hat the battle to force the Bildt- duty of a great congregation to touched on the work of the Hillel certainty exists in the minds of the
"The Conspiracy of the Teach-
electing four delegates. The Miz-
offer to others than those upon its Foundation and of the intellet•ual public with respect to its rights and giving good results, their farms are the Conference on Jew: sh Rights,
rachi, having received 2,076 votes, ers" will be the subject of Rabbi into, the public schools of Ohio is to roster of membership the opportu•
model
farms
and
their
products
are
convoked
under
the auspices of the
nolvancement coommit tee.
vigor and
liabilities toncerning aircraft, there
elected hour delegates. The Peale Leon Frunffit sermon Saturday,' be resumed with renewed
American Jewish congress and the
It etas announced that Julius will loot fear and apprehension to of the first quality.
energy at the coming session of the, pity of worship on all occasions. It
Zion with 1,540 votes elected three August 27.
Paris
committee
of Jewish delega-
Rabid Frani visited the Interna- Ohio, legislature is the prediction therefore makes it possible through , Deutetlbaum has been elected to the enter the field either for investment
de legates. The It I 7i n'-ta
tions, which will open here on
these auxiliary services 011 the holy board of directors of the II nal pa reuses or for active participa-
with 465 votes
•elected one delegate. tional Conference of Teachers' As- made by Itt, A. C. Dieffenbach, days for Jewish people in the cunt- ,
Wednesday.
B'rith t'ommunity House.
tion in the art of aviation.
The Zionist revisionists received so•iations which was held at Tor- , liberal church leader and (data of nullity, who for good reason may
The purpose of the conference is
"The book I have written is an
302 votes and are not entitled by onto August 5 to 12, and he met the Christian Register, in explana- not be regularly affiliated with a
to consider the reorganization of
attempt to classify the laws of avi-
tion
of
warnings
issued
by
him
in
fellow-educators
from
the
Far
East
this vote to any delegates to the
the
committee of Jewish delega-
congregation,
to
worship
under
its
ation;
and
to
state
the
reasonable
and the Near East, from every an address at the Institute of Poli-
, {egress.
T EL AVIV (J T. A.)-The tions with a view to safeguarding
rules of law concerning the owner-
country in Europe, and from many ties at Williamstown, Mass.
municipality of Tel Aviv joined in the rights guaranteed to the Jew-
This year the committee in
ship, operation and use of aircraft,
cities in the United States, Can-
Elements responsible for the
the plea for Sacco and Vanzetti in ish population in east European
sou that the public generally may
ada and South America. In his ser- fundamentalist movement in the' charge of the auxiliary services has
a resolution adopted by the city countries under the Versailles
linons what rights and liabilities it
mon he will present the important south, which has for its aim the been particularly fortunate in se-
council.
treaty.
questions that came before this easement of legislation prohibit- curing what is regarded as the Bias Reports 5,385 Jewish has with reference to aviation."
At the ame time, the council
Among the delegates will be 20
Pixel
is
signal
yhonored,
colorful assembly, and will explain ing the teaching of the theory of most beautiful and most conv•n-
Immigrants
Arrived
in
protest against the per- members of various parliaments
adopted
a
and his book duly recognized, by
the significance of the World con- evolution in schools and colleges, iently situated auditorium in the
oe ilit
a s and representatives of the Jewish
of
low s an dS
secution
o
.
Jewn
a ish
d
U.
S.
in
6
Months.
ference both in the field of educa- are preparing to back the light for city (of Detroit, namely, the Macca-
Zionists in Soviet Russia.
League of
societies in Pal-
(Turn to last page.)
building auditorium on Wood-
London Deities That Right tion and in the field of interna- anti-evolution and pro-Bible legis- bees
estine,
Bul
g,
aria
Aus
tria
NEW
YORK.-(.1.
T.
A.)
-Five
tional relationships.
lation in Ohio, Dr. Diettrenbach de-, ward avenue at Ilutnam, just top.
Czechmslovakia. In add
to the
posite the public library and the thousand, three hundred a n d
to Exploit Dead Sea
On Saturday, August 20, Rabbi c lone s.
p
!American delegates ro ttnse
ti
new Fine Arts building. The audi- eighty-fire Jewish immigrants ar-
Leon Fram s subject will be: "The
Has Been Given.
Anti-evolution crusaders have torium is On
the American Jewish et ngress the
rived
in
the
United
States
during
the
ground
floor
of
the
a
dis-
Wisdom,"
Seven Pillars of
ocrossed the borders and are prepar- !
o
delegates
incite
i
of
es
Nahum
the
six
months
ending
June
30,
ac-
cussion Of that picturesque Arab- 'rig to cone:oaf:ate efforts in Ohio.. building, and may be reached from
chairman of th executive
LONDON.-(J. T. A.)-Inquir- ian adventure which has been re- 1)r. hirffenhach chinos thatthe either the Woodward or Putnam cording to a report of the Hebrew
izairtioTni.;
the World Zionist Or gaadnirn
Immigrant Aid and Sheltering, So-
ies in responsible quarters by the . corded in the book, "Revolt in the central agency of the nation- avenue entrances.
Dr. Simon Dubnow, VI
The auxiliary services will this ciety of America, made public by
Jewish Telegraphic Agency here Desert."
wide fundamentalist and pro-Bible
omkin,
Mr.
Teitel,
Rusr
ian
Jewish
Isaac
I..
Asofsky,
general
manager
Louis
Lipsky
Announces
New
Personnel;
Nathan
Kaplan
year be in charge of Professor A.
regarding the report which np-
All during the summer the serv -
attorney, end Or. Z.
of Chicago Heads Palestine Office; Gives Service
in the London papers that a ices begin at In o'clock and close F'undanutntalist Association, under N. Franzblau, professor at the of the society.
chief
rabbi
of
Vienna.
Three
thousand,
eight
hundred
commission to exploit the mineral at 11. The general public is cur- the presidency of Dr. 11'. B. Riley,' New York Hebrew Union College
Gratis; Organization's Assets Exceed Debts.
According to the pre H
gr . am,
Chah je t s r.
School for Teachers. Dr. Franz- and sixty-four Jews who came to
resources of the Dead Sea is about (Bally. invited.
"eh,. wears the mantle of William
Bokolow will open the conference
blau is well-known in Detroit, hav- the United States (luring that per-
to be given to the Imperial Chemi-
1i-cluing, Bryan," and who has just
and Dr. Duhnow the well-known
iod
were
classified
as
non-immi-
in
Palestine
ing
officiated
at
these
services
for
NEW
YORK.-Men
Id'
acknowL
for
the
sale
of
eat Industries of which Sir Alfred
onounced that each year the ass°-
'
the past several years, and he is
edged lousiness ability, commanding !broke as a result t o the diecontinu-1 Russian Jewish histeria , will sub-
Mond is the head, brought a thine'
, iation will choose legislatures of
deservedly popular. Dr. Leo M. grITtps;esentatives of the society Zionist confidence, have been placed Lance of immigration; to the fact mit a report ten "The N w and Old
sf the report.
tea or three important states for
Forms
of
Organization
met
3111
incoming
steamers
in
Franklin will be in charge 14 the
! in charge tof affairs of the Ameri- that the American Zhu, common-
It wasdeclared that it is likely •
objectives.
services in the temple auditorium, which Jewish immigrants arrived min Zionist commonwealth both in . wealth managers in Palestine Emencipation." Other : e fo pr orj trwill
11r. Novomejski and a British en-
ohiit, in the • opinion of Dr. Diet..
mei in Palestine and failed to take proper precautions to • le submitted by Dr. Is eo Motzkin,
and Rabbi Leon Fran in charge Of Kosher meals distributed by the
t
I i
gineer will be awarded the conces-
combat:1i, is under the shadow of
a sr t-
the Brown Memorial chapel. Fur- !Das to persons detained at Ellis at Ire 1 (it' Is'uitirscrSSte.ps to protect the in- I protect the American land pur- Dr. Stephen S. Wise an d 1:01 . Mia
sion. Mr. Novomeiski, who is a
I gulies. The conferene
d•gmatism and intolerance in re-
island
numbered
22,503
during
. ther assistance in the conduct of
terest of American purchasers and chasers."
Russian Jew, was the first to nif- New Home of Congregation ligion. In discussing the situation,
three days.
Mr.
Lipsky
slates
that
"the,
the temple services will be given that period, the report states.
Talth's
'

to aissure the commonv
tily for a concession to exploit the
I,- p icted to the heated legislative
According to repots Ls received
One hundred and thirty-five ap - credit in America.
Zionist Organization of America i
I by Bernard Zeiger of the Hebrew ,
Beth David Is Among
salts of the Dead Sea.
II I,• at Columbus two years ago,
!Union College, who last year so I peals through the Washington bu .,
This is the statement made by Intel-yelled antlylaced in charge of here the board of Jewi .h deputies
Finest in City.
ninth centered on the Bible bill.
of
South Afri,a has an nuanced its
rcaa
of
the
11
ias
were
submitted
of
very satisfactorily conducted the
Louis Lipsky, president of the the American ',ion commonwealth
This bill was passed and was ve-
pose of the
LONDON.-(J. T. A.)-A con•
services held at the Fenkell branch. behalf(at detained immigrants. 0
f to take the place sympathy with the per
Zionist Organization of !America, a new personnel
toed by Governor Donahey.
syn-
conference.
The
corro•rstiont•
of
the
new
number
III
cases
were
decide,
scion to exploit the mineral re-
I Because of the growing memlat. this
before leavinff for the fifteenth of the. old administration. At the !
Governor Iffinahey's concluding
sources of the Dead Sea in Pales• agogue of Cengregatiton B e t h
, ship of the temple, the main ten- in favor of the immigrants, 2: world Zionist congress at Basle, head of the affairs of the con
word in his veto message of May,
line is about to be given the Im- David, at the corner Of Fourteenth
he states, "were
pie auditorium and the Brown , we re rejected and the rest have no
giving assurance that "the new ad - noinwealth,"
1925, was: "As governor of a ll th e
been decided upon. •
d [oust-
perial Chemical Industries, accord- street and Elmhurst avenue, was
Memorial cfinpel will he reserve,' ■
ministration is slowly extricating placed men of acknowledicave
the
people, sacredly pledged to uphold
The amount of $954,886 was re
ability in whom we
ing to reports in newspapers here. laid in place. last Sunday afterneon
for members of the congregation
th.
American
lion
commonwealth
mess
the spirit and letter of the consti-
The deposits of bromine salts, gyp iwith appropriate ceremonies. NA-
. and out-of-town guests who are muted through the Iliac by tout of its credit difficulties." nost confidence, and Who will,
tution, I can neither abridge nor
hRniei Goldstick, assistant corpor-
un and magnesium chloride are
members in good standing of Cell- American Jews to their relatives in
A cempesite (blanche' statement cotniniand the contblen, of all Zion-
compel religious wt.rship in any
Poiand, Roumania, Lithuania, Lat • of the books of the American Zion lets. At the head of the Palestine
tiniated to be worth 1238.000,- ,ation counsel and chairman of the
, gregations in their home cities.
form, and, therefore, in the name
cornerstone
committee,
presided.
em10011 (about $1,199,000,00 11 .000)
Three choirs will participate in , Russia and other countries.
conmoonwealt
h in this country as ■ mfliet. of the American Zion
Will Ask Zionist Congress
• ',bout 2111) times the British war
Harry C. K. y well, president, of the founders of our free country the services. The musical service
Weil as in Palestine, duly signed by • wines:0th we have been most for-
and its soldier defendants, dicing
to Obtain Pal estine
in securing the able stirs-
s poke on the hist iry and progress
d bt to the United States.
in the main temple will he fur- PALESTINE TO HAVE
'citified
public
accountants,
shows
!tunate
.
alhhi A. • • and dead. I must return this bill . nishell
Entry Perm i ts.
by a double quartet choir,
NEW POLICE CHIEF that the assets of the company ex - I ices of Nathan D. Kaplan gratis.
The granting of the concession , of the mini:legation. R
herewith
to
the
house
of
its
origin.
Ashinsky male in Yiddish. Charles
cued the liabilities by over $6110,-, Ste. Kaplan, an attorney, is premi-
under tilt direction o f
:• ill be the signal to start one of
anapproved.
Goloistrin praise.' the efforts ti
1
Howland.
The
choir
in
the
11rnwn
ere°.
The
surplus
earned
by
the
nent
in
Chicago
Zionist
affairs."
(J. T . A.) - A
ati. biggest commercial enterprises
ERUS.11.1 . .).-1J. T. A.)-
,
The Ku Klux Klan etas in oi•
:enthusiasm of the mend., ot i s
Th.. statement further declares world conference of the He'Chalutz,
Memorial chapel will be under the 1Colonel A. S. Alavrogerdato, th e eempany is not the property of any
r undertaken by any nation. It
ce in the fight for the Buchanan
corgregation
in
a
short
adilr.
i
direction
of
George
Becker,
foor
individual
but
is
to
be
used
ter
that
"the
Zionist
Organization
of
the
international
Zioni a t youth or-
• 1 1, I( . .1 that it will start a con•
inspector general of the I'alestin e
reading bill. The 1.11. C. A.
.•sh'skin
. A

.
many years tenor soloist of the (le nit:talent of police and prisons public purposes and for the fur.: Amer lea stands squarely behind 'ganizatton

which prep' res for pio-
u. (1.1W ofsurplus profits into
as,supported the (.111.
leader of the congregation for th
le.rnt
temple.
And
that
at
the
Maccabees
‘tf.,i
i,ise
l
eniei
r
i,wa
y
t
e
ie.Z
i
a,e
h
Bee
the
,„,o
Drd.
veer
week
Palestine,
will be held
is to be transferredto anothe r therance of the Jewish National t
ernment coffers of Palestine.
past 22 years and who was
oditorium will he directed by !post, states the Doar Hayom. 11 e !lime ideal in Palestine.
of
in Danzig Sept. 14, i mmediately
the enterprise is placed on a
yently electi•l to that position Lo
Rebert Luther, whose work last will he succeeded as chief of th e
Mr. Lipsky's statement briefly organization." It further declares following the fifteenth Zionist con-
h•is it will enable the
a.
made
his
life,
llf
JERUSALEM FACES
year was received with the greatest Palestine police by Colonel A. .1 . outlines the. accomplishinente of the that "the failure of the American gross in Basle.
of the British empire to I the remainder
ri ng
ORTHODOX BATTLE enthusiasm.
The conference was c ned t con-
• .• , 1 potash at approximately appeal fur fouls. Among the
Macneill, former commandant to f commonwealth during the nine Zion eenimonwealth wou ld b
who eesponded was D. Simons,
Thus,• wishing to attend the aux- the British section of the Palestin e years of its relive operation in Pal- abut a serious financial condition shier the situation in he light of
Inc current prices.
who
contrilontetd
$250.
iliary
sorvices
should
send
their
lin
ether
Zionist
institutions
in
l'al-
the
new decisions w
wit eh are ex-
gendarmerie (Black and Tans) estine. "During that time," he de-
The Imperial Chemical interests,
JERVSALEN 1.-1J. T. A.)-
The privilege et actually laying
names and addresses as soon as which was disbanded about a yea ✓ claims, "it has contributed a great entire, which makes it all the more pecteel to be taken at he congress
a merger of practically the entire
was purchased by
First stops toward splitting the
pe
the
cornerstone
ssihle
to
the
committeeI.
imperative
for
Zionists
in
coopera-
with regard to the Ch a lutzim and
chemical industry of Britain, made
deal to the uphuilding 14 the. Jewish
Jewish
community
in
Jerusalem
iliary services, care of Temple
Iv Brunner, Mond Li Company, Mr. and Mrs. A. Boordelov. Under
National Home. It has established tion (0 (10 their utmost to place the the question of i mmigration.
due to the controversy between
this stone was {dared a history of
Beth El. Those desiring to loerame
seelmenwealth upon a safe tinan- Eleven countries, it was stated
ace been making extensive prep-
he colonies of lialfourin,
`
the ultra' irthodox and the Zion-
members of the temple hefore the
•ations for the task of exploita- I the congregation and other Meta-
NUMERUS CLAUSUS
here. will he represei ailed at the
and Afule. It redeemed Ihtlo011 eial basis."
ists were taken at a meeting of
: mods which will undoubtedly prove
holy (lays season, sn as to entitle
Mr. Lipsky're statement, which in conference. The orgeni zation has a
dunams of land frem the posses-
TO BE CONTINUED
representatives of ultraortho-
some future
them to sittings in the main tem-
sion of non-Jews and tide part in supplemented by the financial membership of 2000.
A provision likely to be incorpor- of great interest to
dox groups held here.
ple, should communicate shortly
In view of the press •nt situation
the acquisition of the most promis- statement of the commonwealth,
'.51 in the concession is the dons- , generation.
BUDAPEST.-(J. T. A.1-
The meeting was attended by
The now structure, which repre-
with the membership committee or
ing stretch of territory known as concludes with an appeal to all in Palestine, the head quarters of
ton of the entire recovery plant to
The numerus clausus limiting
representatives of the Koolelim,
sents an expenditure of $27,0,110 1 1,
with
any
of
the
officers
of
the
tem•
American
land
purchasers
to
give
•the lle'Chalutx condo( test a thor-
the Haifa bay complex, which con-
the Palestine government after a
the number of Jewish students
by and erected under
the organizations raising funds
plc. Nn assignment of seats is
sists of 60,0a0 dunanis of land and their steepest to the "effort that is I ugh survey of the C halutzim in
arm of years, the establishment of • was de s igned
in the Hungarian universities
in the Diaspora for the mainte-
the personal supervision of J. I..
temple
services,
made
at
any
of
the
being
made
by
the
present
board
of
the various countries o ho are pre-
'..ssttional schools to train natives
which is destined to become a flour-
will be continued during the
The temple
nance of the Chatukah institu-
but cards of admission will be is-
for noses in the industry and even- , Popkin, architect.
ing industrial and agricultural see- dires•tors of the American Zion pared to emigrate te P alestine.
next school year, according to
s an area 105 feet
tions, several orthodox institu-

nr,
per
..eupi
sued
only
to
the
seating
capacity
of
senimenwealth
to
meet
all
the
ebb-
The He'Chalutz has decidsd to
tually for administrative and tech-
ir.n.
an ordinance issued by Hunga-
tions and rabbis under the lead-
long and HO Let wide and will ar-
the various auditoriums.
"The American Zion common- catems of the corporation and ts ask the cengreee to ob f ain vrmits
Posta and the admission of
rian Minister of Education
ership of Rabbi Sonnenfeld.
t, nom date P5ii persons on the
file Palestine government refire-
wealth Was caught, however, in the piece it once more in a position in for the entry of 1,500 Chalutsint
Count Klebelshurg.
The meeting derided to form a
main floor and 525 in the lateen}.
conditions that developed in Pales. ehich it can he of service to the who are fully (pantie, and ripe-
si•ntatives 11 the heard directing the
In the ordinance issued ter the
separate congregation in accord-
is said to he One
ESTABLISH
29
NEW
The
new
building
whole protect.
One during the past few years," Zionist movement." The statement dally adaptable to Pall stint condi-
forthcoming !wheel year, Count
complete and Modern
Rote with the provisions of the
JEWISH VILLAGES K ithelsburg points out that only Mr ipeky'e statement continues' points out that there are now out- , thine. Their entrance into Pales-
The concession is said not to 1of the most
recently promulgated Palestine
nagogues'
in
the
city.
s
y
.n explanation eif the difficulties of I standing $.182,2S11.58 due to the tine in view of their t r aining will
grant an unrestricted monopoly.
200 Jewish students will be ad-
communities ordinance which.
It is expected that the new syna-
MOSCOW.-(J. T. AL-Twen•
but to provide that the hulk of sur-
the fund. "Its difficulties are at- American Zion commonwealth from not add to the unempl oyment, the
mitted in all the Hungarian col-
be sufficiently completed
although it establishes the prin-
I
gogUe
will
plus profits will go to the govern-
ty-nine new Jewish villages are
tributable to the fact that it had !American land purchasers, and de- I Ilerhalutz leaders belie
leges and universities. Of this
ciple of one Jewish community
within the next month s° that it
Preference is to he g iven in this
ment Of Palestine, partly for rein-
' about to be created in the District
inoutficient capitrt with which to clares that the payment of this
number, 31 will be admitted to
in each locality, allows the crea-
vestment in Palestinian industry. will he available for the high h'Is
of Nikepol. From 20 to 25 houses
perate; to the fact that its man - amount would enable the common- Troup to the Chalutzi m who are
the technical 'shoo's, 20 to the
tion
of
separate
congregations
services.
The
actual
dedica-
imprisoned in Russia and whrm
rotlt•r provision is said to be the day
ngers
purchased
more
land
than
wealth
fully
to
redeem
important
are
being
built
in
each
village.
agricultural schools and one in
are already
of dissenters from this commu•
distribution of fertilizer to the tion, plans for which
Ithoy were in position to sell or de- ! stretches of land which are being I the Soviet government i s willing to
Seven hundred sixty-five families
a ac hool for chemistry.
under wan will take place within
permit to go to Palestii e.
farmers of Palestine and Transjor-
s rel. p; to the fact that the market held under mortgage.
have already been settled
the
next
few
months.
dania at cost prices

Fundamentalists
Fram to Discuss
Active In Ohio
Teachers' Meeting

Campaign Against Il-

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B'NAI MTH HOLDS
SUMMER MEETING

MORE LAND

JEWS CELEBRATE
RUSSIAN DECREE'

Temple Completes
Arrangements for
Holiday Services!

70 DELEGATE
GO TO Z URICH

Gives Out Facts
On Immigration

No Concessions
Granted to Mond

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TEL AVIV MAKES
PLEA FOR SACCO

Financial Statement Shows American
Zion Commonwealth Is On Sound Basis ,okolow,

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OF NEV SYNAGOGUE

He'Chalutz to Hold
World Con ference

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