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ffewish periodical eater

All Jewish News
All Jewish Views
WITHOUT BIAS

curnsa •INOS - CINCINNATI 30, OHIO

ItEbETROIT LWISR HRONICLE

THE ONLY ANGLO-JEWISH NEWSPAPER PRINTED IN MICHIGAN

TRAVELERS DIFFER
ON PRESENT JEWISH
RUMANIAN .STATUS,

Ccngress of Sabbath
Observers in Europe

wil

Desecrate TENDENCY OF RUSS
WARBURG STATES Vandals
Sixty Cemeteries JEWRY IS TOWARD
ZION UNDER AGENCY
"" PRODUCTIVE LABOR
CONCERNS ALL JEWS ."'

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Per Year, $3.00; Per Copy, 10 Cent

DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1928

VOL. XXV. NO. 8

TELEPHONE

CADILLAC

Cornerstone Laid
For O rphan Home
_
-

(Ludendorff Fears B'nai
B'rith Want to Kill Him

BERLIN. — (J. T. A.) —
Members of the Independent

APPEAL TO GORKY
AGAINST RUSSIAN
BAN ON HEBREW

W A RSAW.-1.1. T. A.1—A
Itabbi Abba Mlle! Silver Order Wind Irrith in Germany
woi hi congress of Sabbath ob-
haze evil designs against the
l'ays Tribute to Work of
be held in
s,•rrers
life of the former German war
Europe.
a i It'rith.
lord and present leader of the
lautern.
The initiative for convoking
anti-Semitic forces, General
Teachers Complain Suppres.
Gr e at Num-
the conference was taken by a
- gures
ow
Figures Show e
,
CLEVELAND. — Stating that
von Ludendorff. This is in all
— r.ki ■
PERLIN. — 1.1.
sion Continues With-
Berlin Jewish pro-Sabbath com- Surprised That There Are
In
d
us-
Christian Clergyman Contra-
hers
Are
Entering
the
new
buildings
for
the
Cleve-
seriousness
told
in
an
inciting
Criticisms Before Regu-
more cases of cemetery & seers -
mittee and it is planned to
p
land Jewish O rp h an Home oened
out Authority.
dicts Jewish Repre-
article published by the Deut-
dustrial
Field.
a
total
Germany,
making
create a world wide alliance of
hies hi
lations Are Made.
another brilliant chapter in the sche Wochenschau, the organ of
- - - -
sentative.
of SO during the past two years,
strict Sabbath observers and to
philanthropic achievements of the General von Ludendorff.
REPUBLIC
HAD
Pit
SOVIET
in
the
last
WRITER SAYS FARMING
seek ways and means of reviv-
Wiwi B'rith
NON-ZIONISTS ARE NOT o ere registered
The paper asserts that at a
2,600,945 JEWS IN 1926 Independent
Order history in this
days.
ing the old Sabbath tradition in
INSISTS OUTBREAKS OF
during its 87.-year
WILL END PREJUDICE
etinference held in Marienbad of
OBLIGATED THIS YEAR
old Jewish cemetery at Beth_
The
Jewish life.
CONTINUES
country,
Rabbi
Abba
Hillel
Silver
the
Writh
lodges
as
well
JEW-HATERS
alle, Cologne, WAS entered by can- Eiht Per Cent o f P opuI a t i on of this city paid high tribute to the
At a meeting of Sabbath ob-
as
the
Freemasons
in
Germany,
g
Are Urged to Help, but Zion- dals who overthrew tombstones and
Moscow Authorities Aroused
servers called on the initiative
order in his address as the prin-
and Five Per Cent of
the decision to "kill Ludendorff"
Excesses Are Things of the of H. Farbstein, president of
trampled graves::
ists Will Have to Con-
...
Over Case of Anti-Jew-
f cilia! speaker at the ceremonies was taken.
Workers Are Jews.
The Jewish cemetery at Hoven-
Past, Cretziano De-
the Warsaw: Kehillah council, it
held
in
connection
with
the
laying
tinue with Campaign.

near Goettingen was also
ish Terror.
den
was decided that a Polish-Jew-
clares at Dinner.
fur the new
of
the
cornerstone
The same economic conditions
by unknown vandals.
ish delegation participate in the
NEW YORK.—(J. T. AL—The desecrated Jewish cemetery woo that caused the natural movement buildings anti the celebration of
Another
congress.
MOSCOW.—(J. T. A.) —Al
.1 upbuilding of Palestine, now that desecrated in K a i a e rslautern. of the Jews of Russia toward the the sixtieth anniversary of the
NEW YORK.—(J. T. A.1—Two
though no official decree has been
the formation of the Jewish Thirty tombstones were destro3.ed. soil are driving thousands of them founding of the home by the B'nai
travelers, arriving from Europe,
issued by the Soviet Government
B'rith
of
Districts
Nos.
2
and
6
in
Agency is entering ' into its final
one a distinguished Christian
into industry and labor in shops
making the instruction and use o
1868.
phase, must and should heconte the
clergyman and the other an officer
BUDAPEST,—(.1. T. AL—Fire and factories. The extent of this July,
the Hebrew language a punish-
Praising highly the program of
concern of all Jews, irrespective of destroyed the a d in i n i strative movement of the Jew to industry
of the Rumanian Jewish organiza-
-
able crime, the Ilebrew langu sar
group affiliation or shades of opin- buildings of the old Jewish cone- is disclosed in the information col- the home, which has cared for
lion in the United States, were di-
is prohibited in Soviet Ru a.
ion Felix M. Warburg, chairman tery in Budapest on Kerepes street. lecteti by the statistical committee more than 4,000 from 16 states,
vided in their opinions on the pres-
This prohibition is being enforced,
"in
this
splendid
of the Joint Di stribution Commit- The fire started from a lighted cite- of the Russian Ort and which has Rabbi Silver Said
ent-day conditions of the Jews in
English and American Com-
institution,
the
lives
of
the
chil-
oner
of
Commissi
can
tee
and
Ameri
Rumania.
arette thrown into the building. just been received by David A. dren have been moulded, their
mittees Reach Impor-
the Jewish Agency, declared in an
The Rev. Dr. Charles S. Macfan-
Brown national chairman of the
Soviet Will Permit
interview with a representative of
land, general secretary of the Fed-
10SCOW.---1,1, T. A.)—Vasil United Jewish Campaign. The ex- character formed and their feet
tant Understanding.
He
Teaching of Hebrew
eral Council of Churches of Christ Agrojoint Will Not Partici.- the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Tatirdz, chairman of the District pense of gathering and compiling fashioned in the ways of life."
delved
into
the
ancient
conceptions
turned
sev-
who
re
,
air. Warburg
in America, and Mr. Leon Fischer,
Communist Executive Commit**. this statistical matter was in part
pate in Plan, it is An -
and
philanthropy
LONDON.—(J. T. A.)—Ameri-
MOSCOW.—(.1. T. A.)—The
oral days ago from an extended at liesaenkowitsch, was sentenced defrayed by the Agro-Joint in of
vice-president of the United Ru-
Jewish
stressed the fact that the greatest can and British Jews are to co- Soviet Government has no ob-
nounced,
trip to Europe, said that during
manian Jews of America, held con-
imprisonment
his stay abroad he concerned him- to
o f 1 92e treasures were held for those who operate in matters pertaining to jection to the establishment in
Crary views about the conditions in
According to the
Vi te bsk court.
.
cared
for the helpless orphan.
the protection of Jewish rights in Soviet Russia of schools for the
self with four of the problems
Rumania.
Th e Communist leader was the Jewish population of U. S. S.
MOSCOW.--(J. T. A.1—The
1,000 Attend Ceremony.
Europe and elsewhere whenever instruction of the Hebrew lan-
interest o f found guilty of having ordered his R. was 2,600,945.. Of this total
to Dr. Macfarland, difficulties in making Bureya a which have the close interes
Fred
Lazarus,
Jr.,
of
Columbus,
their
rights are endangered or 'fr-
guage, if the Russian Jews so
an y Jewish groups in the United subordinates to cut down trees in the Ukraine had :1,574,391 Jews,
"the most difficul situation appears place for settling Jews on the land
nom !, it was announced at the desire.
ates and Europe.
still to be in Rumania," while Mr. are greater than was expected, ac-
the Jewish cemetery to rebuild the Central Russia 566,925, White Ohio, and the president of the
home,
set
the
stone
with
a
silver
monthly
meeting of the Board of
Hebrew Uniity
vers Progress. , communist community house which Russia 407,059, and the balance
The assurance was given by
Fischer asserted that since the last cording to an exhaustive report
trowel presented to him by the J ew i s h Depu ties, held here last the Soviet Commissar of Educa-
ions that
a he dealt with had burned down.
c
The questions
anti-Jewish riots in Oradea-M are - submitted to the praesidium of the
were
divided among the other re-
w
Hebrew
Univer
tion Lunacharaky, to Dr, Solo-
of the
th H
e
th a o
in December,
R anian goy Ozet Society for Settling Jews on were that
r the Rumanian
publics. Of the total of 2,800,945 Jewish Orphan Home Alumni As- Sunday.
d ua t es
i
s ity, which wan taken up at the
concerning the un- mon Zeitlin, Professor at Drop-
ernment has changed its attitude the Land
In report
there were 2,143,914 living in sociations, compr s i ng gra
Land. The report is the re-
Lucien Wolf, sic College, Philadelphia, who IN
and the Jewish population is treat- sult of an investigation conducted. meeting of the Board of Governors CLOVER HILL PARK
reached, L
towns and cities and 457,031 in of the home, who have raised in
villages.
This
does
not
necessarily
excess
of
$150,000
to
date,
and
derstanding
r
during
the
past
two
months
by
a
held
in
London,
the
drafting
of
the
the J oint Foreign on a visit here. Dr. Zeitlin,
ROUTE IS CHANGED
ed with fairness.
secretary o r the
Committee of the Board of who came here to carry on re-
mean that the entire rural Jewish who are Presenting the new mit
re.
Their Differing Statements.
special 0/et delegation and by the report of the Jewish Agency COM•
ish Communist leader Merez- mission, the situation of the Jew- Temporary Directions Announced population was engaged in agricul• lion building to be known as Jewish Deputies and of the Anglo- search work in the Romanov
"From conversations which I Je w
Jewish Association, stated that archives, was received by Lu-
Hall.
Pending Road Paving.
tural pursuits; nevertheless in the Alumni
had with the leaders of the liberal hi s. "The • complieations are 'worse sin in connection with the forth-
More than 1,000 attended the during Louis Marshall's stay in nacharsky. During the inter-
census of 1926 one-fifth of the
government and the other political
beecn.
ceremony, the guests including London recently the president of view the question of the perse-
coming development on the basis
The
board
of
Clover
Hill
Park

A
u
.s
ralha
in
dhaa
bli
r
te
aandty
R
ussian
u
Jerw
c
parties. I am convinced that in than Prof. Bruck's expedition re-
several hundred graduates of the the Joint Foreign
gn Committee die- cution of the Hebrew language
these circles an attitude of peace ported. We found most of the of the new agreement with the Cemejery announces that owing to
in Russia was discussed.
efi
to that census the Jews home and representatives on the
and brotherhood predominates, land required amelioration. Most Soviet government, and the neces- the fact that the Fourteen-Mile cording
formed
1.8
per
cent
of
the
entire
board
from
the
middle
western
,
cussed
with
Mr.
Marshall
definite
"The government has no ob-
co-operation
for th e closer
and the Rumanian Jews are col- of the area is mountainous, mak- stty and extent of continuing the road, which leads to the cemetery,
2 and 6. Elena
jection to the Hebrew language,
committee
and
the
between
his
traf-
population
of
the
Union,
although,
states
of
Districts
Nos.
is
being
paved
anti
is
closed
to
laborating in a patriotic way and ing farming and road construction J. D. C. relief work in other Euro-
On
the contrary, I myself appre-
Orphan Home Glee Club, com- American Jewish Committee. The'
with faith and patience to help ce- difficult. The arable and dry land pean countries after the present fic, persons desiring to visit the so far as language was concerned, t The
s posed of children now in the in-' result of these conversations is an
ciate the value of Jewish history
ment the bonds for such a relation- is sufficient only for settling 25,- program outlined in 1925 will have cemetery on the Ninth of Ab, f t o h r e . e d Y i o d n d l i y s h1.3sp pe e a rkcie n n g t o e fle t h m ee e n n stitution presented a musical pro -
larrangement calling for consults- and of Ilebrew for the general
Thursday, July 26, should note the
ship," Mr. Fischer stated. ... 000 families. This land is partly been With
completed.
regard to the Hebrew Uni- following directions: Proceed on tire population of the Union. This gram.
bone betwe en the two committees civilization, as the Hebrew lan-
Dr. Macfarland declared: "Vio- Houses
occupied for
by the
the settlers
local population.
Built on Cottage Plan.
must be versity, the reports submitted to Woodward avenue to Hunt road, would indicate that over two-
on all question s of common inter - guage has an ancient literature.
groups
lent attacks on minority
Building
construction
is
rapidly'
eat
with a view to making pos- If there is any initiative among
seem to have ceased, with the ex- built now and not within four the Board of Governors and the which is approximately midway thirds of the Russian Jews claimed progressing for the new home,
sib ( e a joint or parallel action in the Jews of Russia to organize
ception of anti-Semitic outbreaks. years, as the Comzet originally decisions taken indicate fully that between Thirteen-Mile road and Yiddish as their mother tongue.
which
is
being
built
on
the
cottage
accordance
with the circum- schools for the study of Hebrew,
White Russia Tak n no Basis. e
The most difficult situation appears planned. The preparatory work steady progress is being made in Fourteen-Mile road. Turn east on
I myself shall help the under-
For the economic divisions Plan, each cottage accommodating
still to he in Rumania, where the alone will require an investment the establishment and expansion of Hunt road, going a distance of five
children
under
the
care
of
the
I
stances.
25
Wolf emphasized that the is taking," Lunacharaky stated. J
Lutherans are declared to be un- of 1,000,000 rubles. It will take the Jerusalem seat of learning, Mr. blocks. Then proceed north di- among Russian Jews according to
trades
and
occupations,
White
cottage
mother.
The
new
home
is
the
rectly
to
the
cemetery.
leatisfactory
conclusion
of
able to supply their pastorates be- 40 rubles to clear one acre. The Warburg
Task of said.
Weism ■ nn, Marshall.
Visiting the cemetery on the Russia is taken as a basis. With a situated on a 30-acre site in Ifni.
reement between the American by continuous persecutions against
cause only those of Rumanian na- best American machinery is need-
"As to the work of the Jewish Ninth of Ab is a long-standing cus- general population of 3,141,896 versity Heights, a suburb of Cleve- ag
aJoint Hebrew writers, publishers, and
tionality are allowed to serve, and ed to make' the enterprise sue-
new institution is to be , Jewish Committee and ot
1Foreign Committee is nthe new teachers.
Rumanian citizenship is hard to ac- cessful. The Comzet finds itself Agency Commission, I was glad tom among Jews who observe the throughout the republic engaged land. The by Aug. 1, 1929.
completed
,
that
day
which
records
the
destruction
the
fact
of
This is declared in a memoran
quire. The law limiting existence compelled therefore to change its to observe that through the efforts
venture, in view
I Pledges totaling $1,103, k k ed
(Turn to Page Five)
the two committees have co - oper- dum submitted to Maxim Gorky 14
rit churches
to those of a original financial plan and to set- of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
y
o f i minorit
non- of the ancient Jewish state.
toward the $1,600,0 0 quota as e d , , i,ated
very effectively in 1919, a group terming itself "The Sub
certain size deprives many small ale only 10,000 families in the next the American Jewish and
of the states of Districts 2 and 6,
public was enabled to have
h l American public opinion is of tre- terranean Conference of Hebrew
communities of an y church life. five years. These 10,000 families Jewish
done - wei II ht at Geneva. The Teachers , Tarbuth • " The corres
ith
tisan farni- the full text of the commissioner's
are to inc 1 u d e 2 , 000 artisan
Children cannot be supp e d with
■ annual meeting of the board:' ,D1s-{ men
merican Jewish Committee has pondent of the Jewish Telegraph
ht
catechisms, and are forced to per- lies who are greatly needed and , report and to obtain an opportun- v
trice No. 2, with a quota of $1, - - A
ity to acquaint itself fully with
always supported the action of the Agency has obtained a copy of th e
form Orthodox rites and cere- who can earn there a good liveli- the
actual conditions and the plans
000,000, has substantially com- Joint Foreign Committee.
appeal
in
which
the
famous
RuA
hood,"
the
report
states.
blic
monies in state schools.
' formulated for consolidation and
plated its campaign and the pu
t who has influence wit l
The monthly report submit ed , alas writer,
"The Zionist Carriage"
Prejudice Everywhere.
later expansion. To translate the
' appeal for $600,000 was launched
concerning the altos- high officials, is implored to ante r -
"The Jewish minorities," Dr. Mr. Merezhin takes occasion to recommendations of the Jewish
District No. 6 in April. Nov. 1 by Mr. Wolf
in
next
has
been
fixed
as
the
date
lion
o
the
Jewish
communities
in
vene
with
the central authoritie s
Macfarland continued, "are every- declare that the Ozet does not ex- Agency Commission into actual
News Letter from Moscow.
for the completion of the cam- Europe included reference to the and obtain assurances that the s e
where. The sins of centuries are pect the participation of the Agro- facts will be the task of Dr. Weiz-
paign
in
both
districts.
President
situation
in
Rumania.
In
that
persecutions
will cease. ,
charged to them offhand, even to joint, the agency of the American mann and Louis Marshall, who is
This news letter from Moscow, commenting upon the Kauf-
Lazarus announced that this is the country perfect tranquility now "Do you know that Hebrew I a
their being the cause of the last Jewish Joint Distribution Commit- now on his way hack to the United
man
case,
which
is
now
to
be
retried
by
an
order
of
the
Mos-
first
public
appeal
for
capital
prevails.
The
government
has
ap-
prohibited
in
Russia, although n 0
war. Even people whose own mi- tee, in the Bureya project in view States.
to carry out its official decree prohibiting It ha a
cow district court, having found the prison terms to be too
"Mr. Marshall, whose work dur-
funds in the history of the home. parently resolved
norities are in trouble forget that of the fact that "Mr. Marshall and
mild
in
the
face
of
the
occurrence,
provides
the
background
of
The
city
of
Cleveland
has
par-
pledges
to
the
Jewish
leaders
to,
ever
been
promulgated?
The Je w
it is a question of the Jews and do 11r. Warburg have entered the ing the London conference was of
an incident which is typical and throws light on the present
chased the old and original build- secure protection of Jewish life ish population in Soviet RUSSil
inestimable value, will, I hope,
what they condemn others for Zionist carriage."
the
Ruma-
numbering
3,000,000,
is
not pe t
attempts
of
the
Soviet
government
to
combat
anti-Semitic
It appeared probable that the find it possible upon his arrival in
ings of the institution, now situ- and property. Even
d •
parties too are mined to publish a single news
propaganda and violence.—Editor.
"On every hand one meets the Comzet, the government commis- this country to make a statement
ated in the center of a district nian opposition
the
Heb re t
in
that
they
have
nothing
raper
or
periodical
d not only sion f or J e wi s h colonization work , with regard to the further plans
to Cleveland police as "the realizing
persistent
t t prejuice,
ishieni g
h aori u g sa e ug to e; ilileobtre awsib n e go lk e spu is bli n
A vivid picture of an anti - Semitic ePisode reported known
among common people and riotous will be asked to decrease its creel- which are to be adopted for crest-
roaring third precinct" because of to gain by continuing anti-Semitic
students, but among intellectual its for Jewish colonization work ing the machinery necessary. I briefly in the press a few days ago is given in the following its present deteriorated character. agitation.
Hebrew literature ha s
question
concern-
istence.
oscow
d
al
'I
y
P
Pravda.
The
a
Moscow
In
reply
to
leaders, political rulers, American in other parts of Russia and the most repeat what I said previous- article which
d
V
in
th
e
Ileading
the
Detroit
delegation
c appeare
been thrown out of the librarie: s.
tourists and the ever vigiland D. Ozet will give up its other work ly in London. that the deliberations fact that the perpetrators of this outrage happened to to the ceremonies Was Adolph ing the persecution of religion by Not a single school exists in th a
A. R. Henry Ford's recantation an d devote its funds entirely to of the London conference were belong to the former merchant class, naturally most odious to the ("Daddy") Freund, who for many the Jewish Communists in Soviet Sov iet Union where Hebrew MA
Russia, d'Avigdor Goldsmid de-
has had some modifying linflu-• the Bureya project.
cannot be alien t.
Soviet writer of the article, must not blind the reader to the sad truth years was a trustee of the home.
(Turn to Page Five)
elated that the Joint Foreign be taught. You intervene in thi
Mr. Merezhin's report also
erica, but is often regarded as dip-
that violent anti-Semitic outbursts have been reported in the Soviet
to
Committee
has studied the condi- W e urge you
lomatic rather than as genuine. states that Inc rice plantations
press in recent months also from factories and other p laces where
the Ilebraists' Appel
matter."
a
success
only
if
the
..ions in Russia for two months reads.
and his book is still circulated," could be made
labor is in power, and even from
but it does not find it advisable hi
to
best American technique is ap-
Dr. Macfarland stated.
the various organizations of the
Gorky on Anti-Semitism.
make any public statement at t s
plied there. He recommends that
Communist
party
and
Communist
Esc ..... Jeer—Cretsi•no.
Jewish colonization is among U.
Offers Land in China
moment.
Anti-Semitic excesses in flu- the Comzet send a commission to
students' clubs, and associations at
'
most
important phenomena in Je v
For Jewish Homeland universities and high schools. In
mania are things of Inc past, the United States to study Ameri-
ish history, declared Maxim Cork I
the light of all these facts it must •
George Cretziano, Rumanian min- can rice plantation methods. If
in
an
interview with the represel
16 TO GRADUATE FROM
LONDON.—LJ. T. AL—An he obvious that the revival of anti-
ister to this country, told the olli- the rice plantations are successful
of the Jewish Telegraph in
cers and executive committee the Comzet may attempt to float a
opportunity to build a Jewish Semitic hooliganism is by no means
HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL tati"
Make.
Communal
Survey
Agency.
It will destroy anti-Sem
members of the United Rumanian loan on the crops to expand the
national home in China to sup- confined to the surviving represen•
tic
prejudices
in Russia, first I n
Jews of America Saturday night work. It was also stated in the Delegates Report on Con- plement the one in Palestine
in ings on
Public
tatives Of the old regime, but has
at a dinner in his honor at the report that in addition to artisans,
vention; Zackheim,
was offered by the minister of affected all strata of society in
Bernard Isaacs, superintendent the villages and later in the to w a s
Jewish Sick.
Nell,
he
declared.
f the United Ilebrew Spools of as
the interior of Pekin, according present-day Russia. The pravda
Hotel McAlpin. Former Assembly- unskilled Jewish laborers may
Shetzer Speak.
Gorky stated to the correspon
man Colomon Suffrin, chairman of had work in litireya in the lumber
letroit, announces plAs being
to a dispatch from Pekin to the
article follows:
c ompleted for the first graduation ent that many years ago he was a
London Daily Express.
NEW
YORK.—(J.
T.
A.)—The
ms
that
we
are
now
car-
It
ste
the organization's advisory
board,
camps,
where
they
may
earn
live
Cretziano roubles daily in the SCAS011 from
a re- rying on a fight against anti-Semi- average number of Jewish patients, ; /ebarocoil ses of the Ilebrew High worker in the Jewish colonies in
The
offer
was
made
as
Delegates
from
Detroit
to
the
was toastmaster. Mr.
Chein.
m While wandering on fo
annual convention of the Zionist
sult of a misunderstanding by tism. I believe this to be the case, chronically sick, who are cared for
sonic months ago received at November to March.
The ceremonies will be hell during the nineties from Odessa ' to
Doubt Success of Plan.'
the Chinese authorities of the although I am by no means so cer-
Organization of America, held two
Washington a committee repre-
at
the
Tiflis,
he stopped for sever al
application of a Zionist dele- tain. In some of our institutions in municipal and private philan- Tuesday evening, July 31,
stinting the organization whose Dr. Joseph A. Rosen and Dr. weeks ago in Pittsburgh, in mai-
Talmud Torah. months in the Jewish colony D ci-
gate who arrived in Pekin and
they consider the work of liquidat- thropic institutions in NOW York I 'hiladelphia-Byron
guest he WAS at dinner, and sub- Ezekiel Grower of the Agrojoint, nlining their reports to local Zion-
who
will
graduate
are:
bioya
near
Novopoltavka, where I te
requested permission to collect
ing anti-Semitism finished. At any City is 1,90.1 a day. This fact was T hose
milted to his home government as well as A. Bragin, participated ists, urged united effort fur Pales-
h. work il ed
cd
o. olf ig o a r nos
tine eoeftrtihal
R
ecoloe
Ordered,
n r ists..
tc: r ,, , ,,N
n b a e o rm g! It Rose
funds for Palestine.
rate, reports to this effect have brought out by the Jewish Com- h a l E t e l k r a , n F Bau ncnhih e a I ii
recommendations then advanced. in the discussion of the Merezhin tine during the coming year.
The director of lands had
Israel Zilber, Mrs. Freda Zilbert
been submitted to the proper au-
These suggestions, he said, were report. All emphasized that the dis-
munal
Survey
of
Greater
New
already
proceeded
with
drafting
loldstein,
Meyer
Harrison,
Judith
The
governmental
and
judici
al
thorities, the proper information
"examined in sympathy," and re- closure of the facts minimizetithe Chan. Mrs. Joseph H. Ehrlich, Mr.
.iepah, Eva Margolis, Joseph authorities of Moscow have bet ?.n
an agreement when, throu/h
has been given wherever necessary York, undertaken in 1925.
cent events in Rumania have dem- belief in the successful consume Ehrlich, Joseph Haggai, Robert
the
British
minister
at
l'ekin,
Michalovsky,
Marion
Rosen,
Nor-
greatly
aroused
over
the
case
of
and the proper papers and theses
head-
Marwil and David W. Simons sub-
The Committee on
onstrated "the sincere desire of my mation of the Bureya plan.
the delegate managed to explain
have been filed away on the proper ed by Fred M. Stein as Jfiairman, at Slobin, Rae Sulker, Morris anti-Jewish terror which has he
government to avoid in future any Dr. Grower emphasized that the mitted reports. Philip Slomovitz
he only required permission to shelves for finished cases.
made public its findings in an effort Soloweichick, Seymour Tilchin,
kind of vexations directed against minimum cost of settling one fam- presided.
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raise funds among Jews in
"Evil Legacy of Tsarism."
to determine the extent of the prob- Max Weine and Abraham Weston.
the Jewish citizens by a group of ily in Bureya would amount to
Although sentiments among the
China for the Palestine upbuild-
In other institutions they have lem confronting the New York
turbulent elements." 4,000 rubles.
delegates were divided for and
ing
work.
This
permission
was
decided
to
dispose
of
anti-Semitism
Jewish
community
with
regard
to
against the present administration,
as a separate problem, and they affording medical treatment, food'
all joined in urging that differ- granted.
consider it merely as the next, or and shelter to persons who are us-
ences be forgotten in work for
.
to f ra I
ninth, or seventeenth inevitable ually refused admission gent
Palestine during the coming year.
chapter of the cultural revolution. hospitals and asylums because of
Maurice II. Zackheim and Isaac APPEALS FOR J. N. F. IN
Wherever mention is made of the the chronic charnel./ of their ill-
Shetzer, who recently returned
necessity of brushing one's teeth ness. These patients demanding

from a visit to Palestine, were en- SYNAGOGUES TISHA B'AB or of refraining from elbowing
the special attention of the cam - Governor Fuller Refuses Intervention for Father WI 10
thusiastic over the work accomp-
one's fellow-passengers in the munity, the Sur... y points out, are
Killed Five-Months-Old Illegally Born Child; Legal
Motion to Be Made by English Student Body; Delegations lished. They joined in urging that Tisha b'Ab, occurring this year tramcar, or of seeeing to it that made up of vai i ,us types of cases,
all factional differences be elimi-
Means to Save His Life Exhausted.
Divided on Question; Rumanians Plan to Withdraw
al
i
surgical
nated when Palestine's success is on Thursday, July 26, will be uti- the peril of reaction should be requirim medical and
Before Expulsion to Avoid Embarrassment.
lized by the Jewish National Fund kept nut Of literature, or of re- care, and treatment or tu sbercu clo-
involved.
BULLETIN
Chaplain Seder spoke with t he
fraining from smoking, or of being sin, cancer and neurological dis-
Committee of Detroit, of which A. on time attending meetings— eases.
representative of the Jewish Te le-
Nathan Desatnick died on
The Rumanian union appealed
BUDAPEST.--(J. T. A.)—The
an
chairman,
for
so me
J.
Koffman
is
wherever
any
of
these
things
is
graphic
Agency and told of so
The study of chronics, the first
the electric chair in Boston
National Federation of Rumanian to the government for assistance JEWISH WATCHMAN
of the gripping scenes that are be-
appeal in all local synagogues for mentioned, there we simply add of its kind undertaken in New
Wednesday morning, The De-
Students will be excluded from the and funds to enable it to pay its
"also
ing
enacted
in
the
death
cell.
Mrs.
York City by the ,Iewish mmun-
IS SHOT BY ARABS Jews to help in the redemption of a hackneyed phrase such as
troit Jewish Chronicle I
International Students' Congress dues and send a strong delegation
Jackson who was the woman that
to fight against anti-Semitism,
as it goes to press. Prior to
which will meet in Paris during to the congress, but the govern-
J. N. F. this evil legacy of the dark days of ity, shows that the chronically ill
the
soil
of
Palestine.
The
of
wed-
cared for the child born out
It is
are in municipal hospitals, in pri-
his being electrocuted, he
August, states a dispatch of the ment refused assistance.
JERUSALES1.-1J. T. A.)— is the land-purchasing agency of Tsarism."
lock that was later found in the
rate homes with their families, at
probable that the union will send
• •tement
statement to the
Hungarian Telegraphic Agency.
Levi Varshayi, 26-year-old watch-
In still other institutions they homes for the aged and at special
lake, for which Desatnick is to pay
Jewish youth in which he
The motion to expel the Rums- no delegation, but will instruct Ru- man of the Menahemia colony, the Zionist movement and redeems
,
have
simply
postponed
all
consid-
with his life, is ready to throw
hospitals.
nian Federation will be made by manian students living in Paris to was killed Thursday night. Var. land to become the inalienable
warned them against the mis-
of the problem of anti- .
new light on the murder, but what
The extent of the problem of
the English student body and will represent it at the congress and if shayi was shot by Arab thieves property of the entire Jewish eration
takes
he
made.
with many providing for the chronically ill,
action Congressman Stoobs, coun-
Semitism
together
unavoidable,
they
have the support of the leading the expulsion is
take in
who attempted to enter the Jew- people.
other problems because of the as well as other data necessary for
BOSTON, MASS.-1J. T. A.)— sel for the defense, is to
student delegations from western should withdraw before the de- ish colony.
Addresses in local synagogues summer weather. It is too hot to communal planning for the next Resigned to his fate and with all the last desperate effort to save
countries. The basis for this pro- decision is taken, suggesting vol.
man
was
will be delivered by prominent work and it is vacation time, hence decade by the Jewish community, hope practically abandoned, Nath- the life of the condemned
posal will be the participation of untary retirement on the part of
what kind of anti-Semitism can
not revealed, although from :TB.
Rumanian students in the anti- the Rumanian union.
MIZRACHI CONFERENCE speakers, on Wednesday evening there be anywhere? Let this prob- is being made available by the an Desatnick, condemned to die in able sources, it is known that Gov-
and Thursday morning.
Jewish Social Research, the electric chair fur the murder of
Jewish pogrom in Oradeamare in
The expulsion will be urged by
lem wait till the autumn, after Bureau of
ernor Fuller is to be asked to hear
the British Students' Union, sup- IN DANZIG AUGUST 19 •A national appeal to thilJews of which it will be possible to con- which made the study. Samuel A. his five-month-old baby, the first
December, 1927.
Goldsmith,
Executive Director of Jew in the history of Massachu- the new developments in the CRC
ported by the delegations from
America, to utilize Tisha h'Ab for sider it carefully and assign to it
To Recite 23rd Psalm.
the Bureau, is in charge of the so- setts to be electrocuted, is now in
Italy, Hungary, Jugoslavia, Switz-
Rumanians Gain Support.
JERUSALEM. — (J. T. A.) — the upbuilding of Palestine, ha ▪ its proper place.
With the Hebrew prayer book 1a
cial workers making the study and the death cell at Charlestown Pris-
BUCHAREST.—(J. T. A.1— erland and America, while the Ru- The date and place for the next been issued by 150 rabbis from
Th• Black Huedred Activities.
the
death.
cell, and with Chaplain
Michael M. Davis was the consul. on, after the news of Gvernor
The National Union of Christian manian Uniorrwill be supported
When the fight against hooli-
Seder constantly at his side, De.
France, conference of the Micrrchi World all parts of the country. In thei *
Students was notified by the In- by the representatives of Bulgaria, Organization has been definitely plea, the rabbis ask that Tisha ganism was proclaimed the urgent tant in the study on the chronical- Fuller's refusal to intervene in his satnick is praying In the ancient.
behalf was broken to him by
ternational Students' Congress Poland, Czechoslovakia,
Tisha b'Ab, the day when Jew • task of the hour, some overzealous ly ill.
set.
Hebrew as he is being prepared fog
General hospitals designed for Warden William Ilendry and Chap- death,
that at its meeting in Paris it will Turkey, Greece, Portugal and Es-
The conference will be opened in mourn the destruction of the Tom people were ready to denounce as
it was revealed.
discuss the exclusion of the Ru- thonia. If the Rumanian Union is Danzig on August 19. A repre- ple, he turned into an occasion to r a hooligan even a poor devil who acute diseases confine their work lain Moses Seder, the Jewish
Seder will recite the Twenty ..
Chaplain
at
Charlestown
Prison,
manian Students' Federation from expelled, it is possible that the stu- sentative of the organization is buildiuthe
Jewish Homelan • happened to forget to write the to their field and do not care for
ng
third Psalm as he will take D•

OMBINE EFFORT s
FOR JEWS' RIGHTS

FIND SETTLING OF
BUREYA DIFFICULT

STRIKING ANTI-SEMITIC OUTRAGE
AROUSES ATTENTION IN MOSCOW

UNITY IN ZIONISM
URGED AT MEETING

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I 904 INCURABLES
N Y. Y DAILY TOLL

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International Student Body to Expel
Rumanians for Anti-Jewish Excesses

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the international Students' Con- dents' federations in Poland and leaving for Danzig to make the anew, by giving contributions to
federation because of the Transyl- Czechoslovakia will also withdraw necessary arrangements.
the Jewish National Fund.
vania excesses. from the confederation.

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Nathan Desatnick First Jew Condemn eel
a
in M ssachuset
To Be Electrocuted

any noticahle proportion of chron- the same prison from which Sacco
and Vanzetti were executed.
ic cases, the Survey finds.


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