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SIX SETS OF BROTHERS
Women Drivers Endorse the
New Willys-Knight Six.
It %,i15 but it tew years ago that
the itionliet of women drivers w i r)
almost neglible and little or no eon,
skier:dm', paid (loin in c o nnection
with the )I) sign and construction
of automobile,. But those tones
hale changed in r 1 e cent y'ear's ttl:h
And with that change 111/11111f: a . •
turves of automobiles iii)11,1)10 -
way: ;Hid 1114,111 , to design and
equip their products in such a man-
ner that they nicer lilt. desires o,
the fair sex. 'Phis consideration
does not apply oni ■ - t•) the body dc
sign and its appointments b u t 1.)
1114 ,, lialtural features as well.
inrluole such features as it
,living a pleasure for ‘vonien raill
er than impose on 110•111 such 4111
111 ., as . ff
and 1114,1111111cal ing1•1111ily of a
Nidaldr alliang these early ad-
cancemtuls wa: the electric self-
starter tchirIt antedated the old
oriole). of cranking the engine.
t- 01,11111,1 the last word
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.Julius Gutmann, Ilarry Gutmann, Norman M. Goldburg, Ariel Goldbu tP. Third row: Sang (iook, Philip the driVee all the function, Of
Black and Sam Black.
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Six sets of bothers are included class alone has three pairs of City, N. J.; Philin and Samuel lights and sounding tin) born ffrilb-
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A VALUABLE ADDITION TO OUR
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A Review of Jacob S. Golub's "In the Days of the
DANZIG.---1.1. T. AL—Instruc-
tions ordering the municipal force
of the free city of Danzig to liar
Ilakenkreuzler delegates who
corm) from Germany from the city
were issued by the Senate.
This measure was taken in view
of the protests of the Ilakenkr•uz-
ler organizations against the re-
fusal of the Danzig authorities to
permit the holding of a !Liken-
kreuzler congress here.
By RABBI JAMES G. HELLER
Of Congregation Bent. Jmhurun, Cincitn•ti, 0.
IN THE DAYS 01' 'FIIE SECOND' (5) How did the Jewish Diaspora
TEM. P1.1:. By Jacob S. Golub. • come about?; (0) How did - LI;
Published by Department of Jews give religion to the world'',
Synagogue and School Exten- (7) How did the Jewish state
sion, Cincinnati 1$1.510.
come to an end? Several of these
Dr. Colub's text-D o or:, "In the sections are devoted to aspects of
the time usually neglected in text-
Days of the Second Temple," is a books covering this period: (). g.,
welcome addition to what Dr.
Schechter would have called the the condition and culture of Jews
library of Jewish "love letters." • In other lands, the rise of at ttarits
the origin of
For, said the witty sage, it is as ( in
absurd to have other people write Judaism. In conformity with
the text-honks for our children '
it would be to have anoth e r man general plan of grouping historic
fact about some central problem.
nat. the period between Ezra and Nehe-
only begun; fur
many glaring Iseunse in the not- miail. and the conquests of Alexan-
terial available for .lewish schoois. der
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work will and
one o[ Paso is not lost sight of, as soon
prove a valuable addition to the as the material is actually present-
: ed —which is unfortunately the
curricular aids of our religious
1•11s, with . many of our other text-
schools. It is issued under the int- look=
' I he language is simple,
Primatur of the Department id' ",":
he easily intelligible to
Synagogue and School Ext
Extens i on
of the Union of American Hebrew Pupils " f the ei g ht h goad'', fur
Congregations. Its author is Or when' it
' T " h e ' lei " -
Jat, idi Golub, now direetid. of the lately sort, intended
all words that might
bureau of Jewish education of Cin- prove stumbling-blocks are tiaral•
einnati, with years of practical leled with definitions 4)11 the noir-
experience and educational experi- . below. To each chapter the
author appends map exercises,
mentation behind him.
It is a pleasure to review t. questions for discussion and dc-
in " d. bate , additional projects, and a se-
work which nut
bibliography fur teachers
assimilated, but is also animate) should be of the greatest assist-
by it genuinely Jewish spirit.
idts lb( history
tht a•nee to the teacher in a vivid and
11V1111; presentation of the material
Second Temple, from OM Exile to to
the pupils. Numerous and ex-
the destruction of the Temple
Titus, into seven sections, earl low
text, and appeal
one of which is grouped abou
some central problem or project. mind through the eye.
It is especially interesting to
They an) (II How did our ances
tors re-establish their state after note the quiet but effective use
is made of the result-) of
their exile; (2) Why we celebrat,
Chanukah; C3) How successfu biblitial criticism in most plugs;
in the treatnomt of
was the last Jewish state?; (-I
\Vhy the Jewish state did nut last, the religious development of thi•
- - •
sib, though on the other Land
the story of the restoration of the
Law by Ezra errs on the other
side. A serious and successful at-
tempt is made to present the story
together with its literary and cul-
tural background. There is a good
nresentation of customs, laws,
- 50c books, etc., in the little commu-
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nity that returned to Zion. Rela-
tions with the Samaritans are dis-
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mercy. The character and de-
velopment of a Jewish systeill of
education are set forth. and the
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that divided Sadducees and Ph:iri-
s( (0. Hillel is selected as retire-
stntative of the rabbis, It brief
sketch of his life given, together
with some tales of his life and
some of his sayings. The turbu-
lent political status of Palestini• is
placed in its proper setting of it
turbultnt world under the heel of
"We Try to Please'
imperial Rome. We have already
called attention to the chaps r re-
Finish, Flat, Rough Dry and
lating to the sketch of Jews in the
Diaspora in the time of Herod,
and also to the chapter which re-
lates Judaism to its (tau:liter-
faiths and to the disseminat in of
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its ideas throughout the we-tern
world. The story of the sieg• and
destruction of Jerusalem is t,cidly
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though simply narrated.
In each section the mate rat
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systematically arranged, and no
opportunity is afforded the pupil
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to lose sight of the central pur-
pose, which ix recurred to at
strategic points in the cour, of
"In the Days of the Second
Temple" should prove a valuable
addition to our teaching material,
and will, I have no doubt, reeene a
warm welcome from Jewish s: toads
and Jewish teachers the country
JOHN McCARTNEY, Prop.
titer. Dr. Golub and the depart-
ment are to he congratulated upon
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