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DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1931
VOL. XXXI. NO. 12
Henry Wineman Announces
Definite Action Taken
To Aid Needy.
Discrimination Against the Jew
Address Delivered During Cantor's Jewish Radio
Forum Over Station WMBC on Sunday, Feb. 8.
By JOSEPH J. CUMMINS
Five-Year Plan for American
Tract to be Fostered
by National Fund.
Of House of Shelter
Goldberg Wins in
O rator i cal Contest
Hundreds of Detroit Jews,
among them many prominent
Leaders in the Jewish Welfare
Nathaniel Rubin Awarded
Federation, joined with °filters
Second Honors in Jewish
and aupporters of the House of
Shelter in celebrating the open-
ing of the new building at 77 to
81 Alger avenue last Sunday.
s pe a k ing on
Sympathizers and friends of the
U n it y, "
institution inspected the place
awarded first prize in the oratori -
which has been labeled "a veri-
cal contest of the Jewish Centers
table palace" during the open
Association held Sunday evening,
house Sunday afternoon and
Feb. 8, at the Melbourne Center.
Other speakers, who were chosen
Max Lieberman, president of
front 11 original entries in pre-
the House of Shelter, delivered!
liminary elimination contests,
a brief address and was followed
were Miss Annabelle Epstein, Na-
by remarks by Rabbi A. M. Ash-
thaniel Rubin and Allen Storchin.
insky who spoke of the impor-
1'l Rubin won second place.
tance of the institution in Jew-
The event was attended by 250
David Oppenheim, chairman
Mr. Goldberg in his speech de-
of the finance committee, reports
that a number of contributions mended that Jews throughout the
unite to aid each other. He
have been made to the HOMO.' Of
pointed out that only through a
Shelter since the opening of the
world Jewish unity could the Jews
in the diaspora survive ..Mn, Gold-
be rg s oration was featured by the
principle that the Jews must de-
velop physically as well as men-
tally if anti-Semitism and seeming
Jewish inferiority was to be
Per Year, $3.00; Per Copy, 10 Cents
BRITAIN YIELDS TO JEWISH DEMANDS
AND REVERSES IMPORTANT DECISIONS
MADE IN PASSFIELD'S WHITE PAPER
Chancellor's Resignation is Predicted; Leaders See Trans.
fer of Palestine to Foreign Office; Important Sta i e-
The problems created by the un - ' ions of sane Jewish leaders no
ment Has Committee's. Unanimous Vote.
employment situation strike all
OLD FOLKS' HOME ALSO groups alike. But the Jew's lot withstanding.
, ALL ZIONIST PARTIES
Most Evident Symptoms.
GETS IMMEDIATE HELP has always been to suffer doubly.
ZIONIST LEADERS STRESS IMPORTANCE OF
ACCLAIM THE PROJECT,
Perhaps the most evident symp-
Ile suffers with the community at
NEW POLICY AS DEFINING JEWISH SI
tom of the existence and growth of '
Experts to Make Survey of large and also for the historic sin anti-Jewish feeling is to be foundiLonference at Washington
of being a Jew. Added to the fact
Situation at Home to
in the economic classification.
for More Active Participation by Goverru m ent in
Greeted by Einstein,
that he shares with his fellow
And what we are most concerned
Hyde and Mead,
Establishment of Jewish National Home; Brita in
Americans in the difficulties (Teat- .
about is the mean and bitter die- I
ed by the depression, he suffers
Expected to Aid Colonization.
Henry Wineman, president of prejudice in employment because; crimination which is practiced ' , ; WASHINGTON, D. C.— A de•
against our boys and girls when
the Jewish Welfare Federation, he is Jew.
they set out to look for jobs. Dis
announced Wednesday that the
The discriminations practiced
I Iiitsi l t)nintrlibryillihe
Premier MacDonald told the House of Commons Wednesday
federation has taken definite action against Jews in employment is crimination in employment is &Iv
ing many of our youth to despair I munities in the United States with
that the Passlield White Paper remains in force but that n isun•
on the emergency relief situation, without doubt the most serious
serious the reclamation of a considerable
derstandinas that have •risen from it have been clarified to the
after having thoroughly studied problem we are compelled to face
land tract in Palestine, unanimous.
stitisf•ction of Zionist leaden. The Premier's statement was
many aspects of the problem as it today. It is the saddest evidence problem in American Jewish life ly and enthusiastically adopted'' ,
Whilst it is difficult to obtain au
made in reply to an interpolation by Stanley Baldwin. A !Miro.
confronts the Jewish community. of an increase in anti-Semitic spirit •
thentic figures on the sub' .ct in was the outcome of the national
meat communication on the negotlation • between the Jewish
51r. taint man said that an appro- in th is country, the sanguine opin-
conference of the Jewish National
Agency and • government committee is being ■
add d to Dr.
priation by the federation for
t Fund of America, held here all day
, from the leading employmen
Weismann •s president of the World Zionist Organization,
emergency relief is now certain.
Sunday in the Willard Hotel, under
agencies in 20 of our largest cities
Our greatest die d It
the chairmanship of Emanuel Neu-
west of New York, right across the
present time," adde "M Yr. aVitnhe€:
mann, president of the Jewish Na-
continent to Los Angeles, reveals
man, "arises from the fact that
tional Fund of America.
the astonishing fact that 00 per
there is no accurate information
Five hundred delegates,
cent of employers seeking help Renting
available as to the actual number
group and faction
specifiy that NO JEWS NEED
, ment are expected to be made
of different Jewish families receiv-
within the Zionist movement in the
t here in Detroit United Stat
"Tyranny of Materialism" was a letter addressed to Dr. Chaim Weizmann
ing relief. However, I understand
es, co min from the
we have subs
Rightantiation of this Eastern
Seaboard as well as from Article s Aid in S ecuring F ine the title of the second place ora- body the government's modified Palestine policy. The London Jewish
Group to Study American condition. For a canvas of the
by Mr. Rubin who pointed 1 Chronicle predicts t..at the new statement will vitiate almost entirely
mid- western and far western
ea l th
leading employment bureaus in
Diplomacy in the Car -
Annual Meeting of
out that material wealth was not the White Paper issued on Oct. 21, 1930,
participated in the deliberations
the only worth-while thing, that
This letter will contain the results of the first part of the canvas
Federation March 15
which were exclusively devoted to
the consideration of the Palestine
4sations between a special ommit.
Deutelbaum Is Next
The North End Clinic on Wed- edge were often much more wel
tee of the British cabinet a nd lead-
Rabbi Leon Fram of Temple
The annual meeting of the
Radio Forum Speaker
Ussishkin Plan, by virtue of the nesday submitted to The Chronicle come than wealth.
ers of the Jewish Agenc: y. The
Jewish Welfare Federation and I Beth El accepted the invitation of
fact that it was submitted to the the following statement which
the committee on cultural relations
Mr. Storchin spoke of the in
latter is already in print.
the yearly get-together of the
Julius Deutelbaum, past pres-
conference and urged upon it by speaks for itself:
Pasetield, colonial secreti i cy un-
with I. a tin. ident of Pisgah Lodge No. 34 of
justice of the present British pol
Detroit Service Group will be
der whose name the Whits Paper,
held on March 15. Officers of
B'nai B'rith, and active Jewish
the famous Zionist and World Pres- Jewish Chronicle published an ar-
which is now to be revers ed to •
a group of his-
both groups ask their members
Miss Epstein also asserted the
communal worker, will be the
ident of the Jewish National Fund, tide acknowledging the many fine right of the Jews to Palestine and
great extent, was issued, It under.
to reserve that day for these
speaker next Sunday on Cantor's
calls for the investment within a gifts to the nutrition class of North denounced the British policy. She
tors, journalists; Jewish Radio Forum, which is
Lauds Chief Justice and stood to be vigorously opr osed to
five year period, of a considerable End Clinic. It also spoke of two pointed out the benefits the Arabs
and ministers on ; broadcast over WMBC from 1
the government's favors le atti-
Pledges Support for His
sum for the acquisition and reels. great needs of the class. On Sat- as well as British are receiving
a cultural mis-
tude toward the Jews.
to 1:30 every Sunday. Mr.
hat Samuel Levine, executive sec
mation of an area which will great. urday morning, shortly after The from the development of the coon
sion to the Car-I Deutelbaum will speak on the
So far has his opposition gone
etary of the Jewish Centers Asso
ly increase the opportunities for Chronicle reached its readers Jos- try by the Jews.
ribean countries, I subject, "The Contribution of
that it is reported that he has
elation, is now busily engaged in
settling on the land many Jewish eph Gross, of the Joseph Gross
Governor Wilber M. Brucker cabled the full contents of the
B'nai B'rith to Jewish Life."
he compilation of such data in I
labor and middle class immigrants Plumbing Company, and Mrs. Gross
spiked an attempt to prevent the forthcoming letter to Sir Joists
The program will also feature
co-operation with the existing
Mr. Goldberg and Mr. Rubin renomination of Chief Justice Hen-
telephoned the North End Clinic
of Haiti and
Chancellor, high commissioner of
George Galvani, baritone solo-
Jewish relief organizations • "
Approved by Party Heads.
that they would he very happy to will have their names inscribed on ry M. Butzel of the Michigan State
Santa Domingo.' ist of Temple Beth El, and Stan-
Palestine, and simultaneously in-
So great was the enthusiasm lutistl a sink in the Jewish Center the Milford Stern trophy for ex-
Old Folks' Home.
the cabinet that he would
At a meeting of the federation
among the delegates for the speedy building for the use of the nutri- cellence in oratory, and will re
sails from New
reaign if it was published.
the Detroit Symphony Orches-
board, William Friedman as chair-
York Saturday,' tra, in a group of musical selec-
cabling the text of the le tter to
it was adopted leaders of every the sink was installed ready for the
man of the committee on the Old Feb. 14, and will return March 4.
Milford Stern, president of the
Sir John, Lord Pasafield Is said to
party and group within the move- class the next day. It will be of Jewish Centers Association, donor
Folks' Home, reported that consid- The party will spend most of its,
have expressed the hope that the
editor of The
ment mounted the platform to voice great assistance and is deeply ap- of the trophy which bears his
erable progress was being made in time in the interior of the Island of
high commissioner would also re-
Detroit Jewish Chronicle, will
their approval of the scheme and predated.
the negotiations between his com- Haiti.
name, presided at the contest.
sign if the letter was made public.
give a digest of the Jewish news
their acclaim of the man. The res-
mittee and that of the home. Mr.
Among the other members of
of the week.
Hopes for Breakdown.
olution for the adoption of the five in its article on the effect of unem- ney and oratorical enthusiast; G.
Friedman read to the federation the mission are Dr. Ernest Gruen-
This program is sponsored by
year plan under the asupices of the ployment on North End Clinic Lynch, head of the oratory depart-
The colonial secretary, It Is
board the following communication ing, Dr. Frank Tannenbaum, Carl-'
Joseph Cantor of the Cantor
demands that no es port of
from the Old Folks' Home:
spoke of the fine professional vol- ment of McKenzie High School,
Furniture Shops, 8923 Twelfth
nested to the conference by Ezra unteers that had come to North and Hon. Ralph Liddy, judge of
the negotiations be published until
"My Dear Mr. Friedman:
man, Rev. Hubert Herring, Bruce.
part of the negotiations
'I wish to inform you that at a Bliven, Dr. Jacob Billikopf, Father'
End Clinic through an article in the Common Pleas Court, were the
seconded by Louis Lipsky, outstand The Chronicle last summer. In a judges for the contest.
be concluded, hoping that they will
special meeting of the board of Frederick Siedenburg, Dr. Chester
down, thus voiding
directors of the home the follow. Lloyd Jones and Dr. Fernando Ors
few days, Meyer Klein of 5248
en firms specified that NO JEWS Abraham Goldberg, well-known Twenty-fifth street, a registered ,
tiz of Cuba.
ing resolution was adopted:
the compromise thus far reached.
In its invitation to the rabbi to
"Resolved, That the board of
pharmacist. offered to the pharmacy OS
daliah Bublick, presirent of the of North End Clinic his services I
both the Palestine administration
directors of the Jewish Old Folks' join the mission, the committee;
Jews Among Guilty.
Home goes on record as being stated that his writings and lee-.
And the amazing feature of the
during his free time. Since then'
have an opportunity to learn the
unanimously in favor of joining tures in Mexico had proved to be sol whole condition he the disgusting ization, B. Locker, secretary of the he has been coming two afternons M. Ribalow of New York to Ad-
a week remaining for the evening
the Jewish Welfare Federation beneficial in creating an atinos- • f
dress Meetings Here on Tues.
such objections that the govern-
and that the special committee phere of understanding between the' headed by Jewish executives. This party, and D. Glantz of the Zionist clinic. This helps materially to
days and Wednesdays.
ment will be compelled to recon-
previously appointed to meet with people of the United States and the i s the problem we are obliged to Labor Party, Zaire Zion. In ap- carry the heavy load that the in-
preciation of Mr. Ussishkin's
sider it entirely.
the Jewish Welfar e Federation be people of Mexico that he was need- f ace.
crease in work at North End Clinic
Kvutzah Ivrith, the organization
rt er empowered to conduct ne- e't1 to help create an American pub-
i s no p o grom pro em ices for the Zionist cause during has brought to the pharmacy as which represents all ilebraists and
While the colonial office refused
gotiations for the joining of the lie opinion for an enlightened pol- h ere in America, and there will the past 50 years, the conference well as all other departments. sympathizers of Ilebrew culture,
either to deny or confirm pub-
Jewish Old Folks' Home as a mem- icy toward the small and weak re- perhaps never be. But is not this unanimously adopted a resolution
lished reports that Lord Passfield
"In January North End Clinic will celebrate the tenth anniver-
th e Ca ibbean.
ber of the Jewish Welfare Federa- , Politics of f th
silk-gloved anti-Semitism which is recommending the establishment on had 7925 visits from patients. In sary of the Ilebrew weekly, Ila-
was about to reaign and i hat he
The committee on cultural rela- calculated to starve Jewish men Jewish National Fund land in Pal- Dec., 1930 there were 7,144. These door, the only Hebrew magazine in
would be succeeded by Lord Bux-
former minister of agricul-
a re the only two months in the his- the United States and the only one
of liberal Americans headed by the welfare of Jewish life and name of Mr. Ussishkin.
ture, the Jewish Telegraphic
(Signed) "J. LEVIN,
ory of North End Clinic with more that has reached a decade of exist-
Robert Szold, chairman of the
was Informed by persons
atient visits than 7,01)0. The high- ence.
including such American leaders as social-economic outcasts of Jewish
in close touch with political affairs
st months were 43,882 in May 1930
The celebration will take place
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that Lord Passfield's resignation
Mr. Friedman declared that the
nd 6,682 in May 1928. Tuesday evening, Feb. 17, 8:30 p.
was a distinct possibility. In the
Old Folks' Home needed an ap- Ada Comstock, Edward I). Devine, ous as the predatory pogrom?
"North End Clinic wishes toe ex- in., at the Philadelphia-Byron Hall.
event of his resignation, Lord
The entire condition is the nat.
opriation of $5,825 in order to Harry Emerson Fosdick, Felix
p ress its sincere appreciation to M. Ribalow, editor-in-chief of the
Buxton, however, will not be his
The Chronicle and to the many fine Hadoar, noted critic, journalist,
take immediate care of the more Frankfurter, Walter Lipman and oral result of the development of
t is generally the social-economic life in Amer-
f' 'lends, such as those above, whom lecturer in Ilebrew and Yiddish,
urgent outstanding debts. Subse- Stephen
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conceded that the work of this coin- ice. The past two gneerations
The Chronicle has secured for it." will come here from New York to
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mittee in Mexico was largely in- have seen the growth of the great
address the meeting in Yiddish•
nuential in cre ating the prevent
American social organizations—I
Talented singers of the Halevy-
Max D . Lipsitz, vice-president
excellent relationships between the the athletic club and the univer-
Ilazonur Singing Society will fur- of the Zionist District of Detroit
United States and that country. city club. In 95 per cent of these National Gatheri ng to Hon-
nish the music.
Rabbi A. M. who recently returned front a sec-
Two other Detroiters, Milford Stern institutions throughout the land
II e- and tour of I f i ile;:tiryi ,
or Polish - Jewish Patriot
and Mrs. Kathleen Lowrie. were JON'S are excluded. In many in-
c n te
pre- t e meeting of the
o nl st
On Feb. 24.
members of one of the missions to stances the very Jews that erected
There will be greetings can Thursday evening, Feb. 19, at
the structures were excluded from
At a meeting of the executive from various organizations. Ad- ti :30, at the Shaarey Zedek branch
While in the vicinity, Rabbi Frain membership.
In some instances
committee of the United Ilebrew mission is free to the public.
synagogue, Twelfth and Atkinson.
Prominent Speakers on Pro-
hopes to trace some of the early Jews decorated the interiors and Senator James E. Watson, Repub- Schools held Sunday morning, ar-
Wednesday evening, Feb. 18, Mr. 1.ipsitz speak on his ex-
majority leader, accepted an
rangements were made for memor- Mr. Ribalow will give a lecture in periences in Palestine and will dis-
National Council Composed Jewish settlements in the Carib- did the landscaping, but they were lican
gram of Jewish Free Bur.
invitation extended by the Federa-
of 250 Leaders Will
ial sinners and the unveiling of Hebrew on "Modern Hebrew Lit- cuss important problems affecting
tion of I'olish Jews of America to
with the existing Jewish commun-
pictures of the late Abraham Rog- erature." All Ilebraists are urged the upbuilding of the Jewish Na-
sign, in conjunction with United
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ities in that area.
voy, David Robinson and Louts to attend. tional Home.
States district attorney George Z.
The dedication of the
Duseoff. The ceremony will be
Medalie and Benjamin Winter,
l'he American Jewish Joint Dias
building of the Chess Shel Emes,
held in the Philadelphia-Byron Aud-
president of the Federation, a call
tritution Committee, of which
the Jewish Free Burial A asocia-
itorium Sunday afternoon, Feb.
for a national conference of the
Lion, at ..J95 Joy road, wi 1 take
Felix M. Warburg is chairman,
15, at 2:15 o'clock.
the lar gest J
Ilaym Salomon Monument Commit-
place at 12 noon this Sunda y, Feb.
ewish welfare organ-
A. Klein will he chairman of the
tee to meet February 24 at the Del-
ization in the world for overseas
His introductory re-
monks, Hotel in New York.
avork, will be reorganized, accord-
The ceremonies will begi n with
Former secretary of labor James marks will be followed by a read-
to an announcement made by
a parade which will start from
ing of Psalms of David by several
James N. Rosenberg, vice-chair- Provides Classes for Jobless and Operates Free Employ. Davis has agreed to speak over the
and Davison an d will
radio on the evening of the confer- children. Eulogies will then be American Zionists Insist On Change in Administration and
man of the Joint Distribution
proceed to the new building. Prom-
ment Bureau; 200 Jobs Are Needed Immediately
ence regarding the project, acord- read by Rabbis E. Aishiskin, A. M.
Bringing Into Office of Men With Greater Sym-
committeeand chairman of the re-
will addre ss the
For Girls Who Filed Applications.
ing to an announcement by Z. Ty- Hershman, I. Stollman and M.
sssanization committee. This or-
pathy for Jewish National Home.
ceremonies in the new build
gel, executive director of the monu- Fisacr. M. B. Cohen will be in
ganization, which since the war
Officers of the associatio n are:
ment committee, and Arthur Good- charge of the unveiling of the pic-
(EDITOR'S NOTE: —The following In evening clam was started and
has expended over $80,000,000 on
WASHINGTON.—(J. T. A.)-- the new White Paper. Any new II. Solomon, president: Si. Fisher,
fifth in eer. of article. peear- I
man, assistant director, following tures. Bernard Isaacs will present
relief and reconstruction work the
there are 12 girls enrolled in it.
the pictures to the president, M. H. That the Zionist Organization of ! statement will be referred to the vice-president; Abraham F ilchik,
ing regularity in The Detroit Jewinh
among Jews in foreign lands, will Chronicle to illo.trate how the grout,
The classes are taught by a vol-
Zckheim, who in turn will receive America has insisted upon a' proper organ of the Agency to the treasurer; A. Itzkovitz, fir ancial
be reincorporated under a charter affiliated with the Jewish Welfare Feder- unteer. There are no charges for tioned officials,
secretary and superintende nt; L.
change in the governmental ad- World Zionist Organization."
Senator Watson agreed to serve them for the schools.
of Detrcit aid the needy in the
which will provide for a large na- ation
the classes; the only restriction is
Resolutions will he read by Mr. ministration of Palestine involv-
pre.ent economic eitostion I .
Mr. Szold also asserted that ' ow, recording secrete! 7; M.
as co-chairman and Mr. Davis as
tional council made up of Jewish
that in the evening class each
Klein, Harry Cohen and Abe Srere. ing a withdrawal of the supervis- both Zionists and non-Zionists in Obertield and Si. Charnes, truss
Leaders in various parts of the
Unemployment has meant a gen- pupil must he a member of the
tee. It was also announced that The chanting of the Ilazkarah will ion of the mandate from the colo- the Jewish Agency have been act-, tees. Members of the board of di-
sited States and Canada.
:oral increase in attendance to the Young Women's Ilebrew Associa-
nial office and the bringing into of- ing with the utmost co-operation rectors are 11. Altman, D. B olotni-
Charles Edward Russell, author of be by Rev. II. Milkovsky.
The national council will be I Young Women's Hebrew Associa- tion.
An interesting fact about the un- fice men with greater sympathy in on important matters of policy and coff, B. Bloom. S. Bonin, B. Brog-
a recent biography of Salomon, will
composed of 250 men and women, tion. This increase. in attendance
in Busines. English.
make the keynote address at the veiling of the pictures is that Mr. the upbuilding of the Jewish Na- there has been no conflict of views man, N. Brightman, B. Cob an, K.
prominent in Jewish life, and will is made up to a large extent of
Last fall, the "Y" started a
Rogvoy's photograph was painted tional Home was disclosed by Rob- or action. Whatever the outcome Cohen,S Cohen, 11. Cro. ws, J.
constitute the membership of the I girls who are out of work and who legal stenography class with seven
ert Szold, chairman of administra- of pending negotiations, the vac-. Freet A. el man, K. Gree nberg,
In conjunction with the forego. by hand by Rabbi Stollman.
American Jewish Joint Distribu- find themselves spending their members; now the class has 13.
tion of the Z. 0. A., in addressing tical work of Jewish reconstruc- Z. Glint, H. J. Goldberg, D. Goose.
ing announcement, Mr. Tygel indi-
tion Committee. A board of di.' leisure time at the clubhouse. In In addition, a second class was
the meeting of the national coun- tion is to go forward, Mr. Szold S. Jaffe, S. Kolich, J. Kui in, S.
cated that an illustrated brochure
rectors of 48 will be chosen from addition there arc those girls who started at the beginning of the
cil of Z. 0. A., which met here said, adding that "no obstacle Kosit, H. Keywell, W. Kapl an, H.
the Council .
formerly confined their recrea- • year and that also has 13 mem-,
could swerve the Jewish people Mitnik, A. Madiefski, Dada] Niss,
Bushnell Hart of Harvard and Mr.
A meeting of the council is Ilona] activities to commercial bers Both classes are conducted
The. council, which is composed from their determination to re- M. Oschin, A. Parvin, A. PI aul, J.
Russell on the historic aspects of
planned for the middle of March. recreation, such as is found in in the evening at d are taught by
of 150 leading Zionists, was sum- build the Jewish National Hnme." Pecherer, S. Schlar, B. Set raytz,
Salomon's life anti the significant...
Monday evening, Feb. 16, in the
The work of the new council will dance halls, movies, theaters, con-. a paid worker.
o n Sodas, B. Snyder, L. IN einer,
Dead Sea Stock Subscribed.
of his contribution to the success of Maceabee Building Auditorium, moned to an extraordinary confer-
The legal stenography classes
to further the present program certa and so forth.
In reviewing the financial situa- II. Zucker, A. Zilutzky Id M.
ence to discus, the present politi-
the American Revolution, will Is.
Pisgah Lodge NO. 31 of Irnai Writh
of economic and social reconstruc-
Apart from an increase in at- require as a prerequisite for ad- published.
cal and financial situation in the tion in l'alestine, Mr. Szold said
will stage its annual Father and
tion work among the Jews in East- tendance. the unemployment situa- mission, a Y. W. A. member- ,
movement. At an executive are- , that the Jewish work there is in
The proposed memorial is to he
Association' ■ History.
Son get-together. The program
ern and Central Europe.
tion has affected the Young Wo- ship card and a $1 registration erected at Lincoln Square, figth
preceding the conference, Mr. danger be-cause of the. decrease in
The society was formed on May
The late Louis Marshall was men's Ilebrew Association in an- fee. How ever, adjustments are street and Broadway, in New York
Szold revealed for the first time income from the Jews of Amer- 16, 1916, under the leadership of
have been made where the prospective pupil City. The sum of $150,000 is to be chairmanship of Ben F. Goldman of the attitude that American Zion.; ica, hitherto the most substantial
c chairman of the reorganization other way.
ommittee and upon his death Mr. started in speed dictation, legal doesn't find it possible to meet raised and it is planned to request the intellectual advancement com- fists have taken with regard to the ; contributors. The council ap- the late Shlomo Sandweiss to care
for the needs of the poor in the
mittee and Samuel B. Keene, as-
Rosenberg was chosen as his suc- stenography, and business English. these requirements.
the committee on the bi-centennial
political negotiations in respect toi proved the steps taken two weeks community who were not in posi-
sociate, will feature James I. Ell-
cessor. Serving with Mr. Rosen- The "Y" felt that since many of
Twenty-six girls who feel a need'
the White Paper. Judge William' ago to launch the $2,500,000
celebration of George Washington's
berg are the following members: its members were out of work, they for good business English are now birthday, of which President Hoov- man, attorney and former justice I,ewis of Philadelphia was elected American Palestine Campaign un- tion to pay for expensive burials.
Cyrus Adler, Philadelphia; Edward would welcome an opportunity to enrolled in the business English I er is chairman, to make the unveil- of Highland Park, who will speak chairman of the council and Mrs der the auspices of the Jewish It was also formed for the purpose
of guaranteeing Jewish bumsl to
M. Baker, Cleveland; James H. practice and perfect themselves in class. The class meets one eve- I ing of the Salomon monument part on behalf of the fathers, and Erwin Irma Lindheim secretary.
Agency. A program was also stranded and strangers who
ning a week from 7:30 to 9:301 of the nation-wide bi-centennial cel- B. Ellman, his son, who will speak
Becker, Chicago; Louis J. Boris- various aspects of stenography.
adopted to enlarge the member- while in the city.
Harmony in Agency.
on behalf of the sons.
stein, Indianapolis; David M.
The class is being conducted by ebration.
ship of the Z. 0. A.
Free Classes for Girls.
Mrs. Siegman, who has been pro-
Bressler, New York; David A.
Israel Brodie, chairman of the his life to this institution,
So the Young Women's Hebrew vided for this purpose by the De-
the A. Z. A., will give an address may emerge as • result of the ne-
Brown, Detroit; J. K. Hexter, Dal-
economic committee, reported that the basis of the original
PATRIOTISM TOPIC OF
five - cents-
on the lives of Washington and Lin. gotiations between the Jewish
las; Harold Hirsch, Atlanta; Alex- Association started a c lass in troit Board of Education. The
were being taken to stimu- a-week dues built up a strong
and the British govern-
ander Kahn, New York; Louis E. speed dictation which met two girls enrolled in the dames are DR. FRANKLIN'S SERMON cols.
Entertainment has been provided ment, Mr. Szold made it clear that late the investment of funds in i membership whose first step was
Kirstein, Boston; Albert II. Lieber- mornings a week and provided for , taught punctuation, diction, gram-
Palestine by private economic un-, to purchase a building. in 1917,
On Sunday morning, Feb. 15, the by the entertainment committee the Z. 0 .A. is opposed to being'
man, Philadelphia; Edwin B. Meiss- six girls. As the need for such mar, usage, paragraphing and
dertakings. He also announced on Brewster street. Congregation
by Barney Yanett, with Da. rushed into commitments. "The
I theme of Dr. Franklin's address at
er, St. Louis; Joseph M. Pros-
Gant-'1 British government did not consult the organization among Zionist Beth Abraham co-operated during
Temple Beth El will be " Perverted vid Fogs, magician, EstherGant-
kauer, New York; James N. Rosen- panded until now there are two
members of groups of mutual sav- the first two years by selling
But the whole picture of the Patriotism." In this discourse Dr. man, soprano, and Zelda Rosen-
berg, New York; Hugh Grant morning classes in speed dictation
"The Jewish ing societies whose funds will be on its cemetery to the society, and
Paper," he said.
place of the Y. W. II. A. in the Franklin will deal with a number berg, pianist.
Straus, Brooklyn; Felix M. War- accommodating 24 girls.
invested in commercial and 'tidos- on Oct. 23. 1918, a 14-acre pleb
burg, New York; Peter Wiernik-
Three weeks ago an afternoon present depression is not yet com- I of matters of vital importance t"
. ew }c ork, and Joseph C. Hyman, class was started. This Claus now
American civilization. Services b- the meeting will be open to mem- to study and consider the action
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New York, secretary.
has 10 girls enrolled. Next, an I (Turn to Page Opposite Editorial) gin at 10:45. The public is invited. bers and their sons.
NORTH END CLINIC
M FRA ON CULT URAL
MISSION TO HAITI
LONDON.—The first results of the protracted n4 gotta-
tions between the Jewish Agency and the British overn-
public as we go to p ress In
which w 11 em-
GOVERNOR BR UCKER
TO BE HELD SUNDAY
Young Women s Hebrew Association
Aids Unemployment In Present Crisis
L.:J. .. h t,1
emand Withdrawal of Mandate for
Palestine from the Colonial Office
PISGAH TO PRESENT
HE L E l KES