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STUDY OF HEBREW
URGED BY MUSICIAN

CHRONICLE

HIS NAME

BRITAIN CONSULTS
WITH AGENCY ON
JEWS' EMPLOYMENT

(Continued from Page One.)

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devoting his time to the study of
the monumental music of the
Tile Floors, Walls, Motor Cars, books of the Hebrew Pentateuch
Furniture, Clothes, Rugs,
at the Palestine Institute for Musi-
Upholstering
cal Sciences. This study deciph-
ers and aims ultimately to reveal
and • hundred other. oses
in its original form the chant and
RAE S. WEINSTEIN
melon of the music of the Old Tes-
2033 Atkinson Garfield 7210 tament. It is curious to note that
while extensive studies of the
grammar and the philosophical
and theological aspects of the He-
brew Bible had been made, the
PRE-WAR PRICES music of the Hebrew Bible has
been known principally by oral
IN EFFECT ON
tradition, passed down through the
centuries. We have historical
WINDOW SHADES
knowledge of the role of music in
DRAPERIES
the Jewish service and data con-
ORNAMENTAL RODS
We Carry in Stock a complete cerning old instruments, etc., but
it appears that only now an ex-
Line of
haustive and scientific study of
LINOLEUMS
the
musical heritage of the Old
CARPETS
Testament is being made by Prof.
For Your Home or Business
Rosovsky,
who is a scholar and
Office
musician of the first magnitude.
Shades Cleaned and Reversed
Prof. Rosovsky,Iwhen he reached
Ask Us for An Estimate. No Palestine at the age of 45, mas-
Obligation
tered the Hebrew language, and
this led Mr. Gabrilowitsch to state
that he regretted not knowing the
ancient language.
"Do you think England has been
fair to us?" I questioned.
"I think England is in Pales-
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"Did you see rapid progress,
slow progress or mere standstill in
Palestine?" I continued,
"Oh," Mr. Gabrilowitsch re-
plied, "I think they have made re-
markable progress in the few
years they have been there."
"Isn't it true," I asked, "that
nearly all Jews have 'one heart,'
i. e., Palestine, but many minds,
duo to the fact that during the
centuries they have been scattered
in many lands, thus we get a com-
plex of ideas, whereas the heart's
desire is the same?"
"I think this question is aptly
put, and I agree with you."
"You are undoubtedly aware of
what is going on in Palestine just
now, and for the above reason, do
you not think we should all of us
be more patient—how can we best
help the situation?"
He answered: "I think our
duty is to help those that are there
at present, give them all the moral
as well as financial support that
we possibly can. I cannot speak
too highly of the type of men and
women I saw there; in fact, I think
they are saints, and the sacrifices
they made and are still making
left a vivid impression on me."
"Do you think, for the sake of
those who seem discouraged with

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for the redemption of the land of
Israel for the people of Israel.
Membership in the sect numbers
many thonsanda who have estab-
l ished their own churches in various
part of the United Kingdom.

Weizmann Party Out of Danger.
DURBAN.— (J. T. A.) — The
seriousness of the illnessess suffer-
ed by Dr. Chaim Weizmann, Mrs.
Weismann and Dr. Alexar.der Gold-
stein from ptomaine poisoning was
revealed by their physician in e
statement to the Jewish Telegra-
phic Agency.
The physician to the party of the
former World Zionist 'leader as-
serted that only on Saturday could
he pronounce Dr. and Mrs. Weis-
mann and Dr. Goldstein out of
danger.
They have been much weakened
by their illnesses but are gradually
recovering, he said.

Wauchope Encourages Brodetsky.

JERUSALEM.—(J. T. A.)—Dr.
Selig Brodetsky, member of the

IN YOUR EYES

By Mane Leib

In your eyes Autumn weeps—
My Autumn. Mist and down.
The night. Far, flickering fires,
And the shrill clamour of the town.

In your eyes night-time weeps—
My night. The hoary wood and I.
Far, flickering fires. The town—
and there
The baby that you have put by.

mended by them for a second de-
livery or storage over the week-end.

money to carry out the athletic
program it has laid out for this
year. This committee consists of
William Mazer, chairman, William
Stern, Myron Steinberg, Dr. Saul
this hour, persona in Detroit
Joseph Welt, Samuel Levine,
Emanuel Berlatsky, Meyer Blatt,
Larry Rothenberg, Joseph Magid-
sohn, Nate Shapero, Nathaniel
Goldstick, Shirley Weinberg and
Norman Thal.
There will be ■ general admis-
sion of 50 cents to both the bas-
ketball game and dance. Tickets
may be purchased from members
of the committe or at the door.
The basketball game has at-
tracted the attention of the sports
writers, who look upon this as the
only opportunity that has ever
been presented to judge the com-
parative worth of several of these

'outstanding stars.
The Respective Players.
Bayer, who is a gard, will se-
' lect his team from t d following
squad. Forwards, Nathan) Gra-
nat of Northern, Robert Roth and
Sam Deutch of Central, and David
Rosen of Commerce; centers, Al
Kofender of Northeastern and
Henry Freeman of Commerce;
guards, Fred Epstein of Central,
Marshall Greenberg and Kenneth
Sarutaky of Northern, and Harry
Pinsky of Wilber Wright.
Berrts, a regular forward, will
lead the following squad: For-
wards, Robert Zeman, Harold
Kaplan, Isadore Berrie and Sol
Berns, of Northern; centers, Rich.
and Browerman of Central and
Aaron Bakst of Cam; guards, Irv-
ing Lefkofsky of Cass, Bernard
Seigel and Herman Fishman of
Northern, and Lester Greenholtz
of Northwestern.

k-
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g:
ANNIVERSARY OF HEBREW UNIVERSITY

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of which Dr. A. S. W. Rosenbach
= is president .
The program to be broadcast
throughout the country
er the
network o fthe National Broadcast-
ing Company, will have for its
g
subject "The Cultural
— Awakening of the Near East," and
= is in celebration of the seventh an-
= niversary of the Hebrew University
Friends of the Hebrew University
throughout the country will have
special meetings arranged to coin-
cide with the broadcast which is
scheduled between the hours of
12:30 and 1:30 P. M. Eastern Day-
light Saving Time.
Topics of Talks.
"The Bridge Between the East
and West" will be the subject of
the address by Sir Herbert_Samuel,
who is a member of the board of
governors of the Hebrew Universe
Hy. Mr. Rothschild, who is also
a member of the beard, will deliver

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World Zionist Executive, in charge
of political affairs, departed for
London following a series of con-
ferences with leading British offi-
cials.
Among the questions discussed
were those relating to lands, the
investigation of Mr. French and
the relationship between the gov-
ernment and the Jewish Agency.
The second half of the French
report will be completed within a
fortnight, Dr. Brodetsky stated, but
will not he made available to the
Jewish Agency before June. A
meeting of the general council of
the World Zionist Organization will
therefore not be called before the
end of June or in July.
Dr. Brodetsky expressed the hope
that the government which is meet-
ing today to consider the question
if issuing immigration certificates,
would take favorable action.
"I was assured that the schedule
would be satisfactory," Dr. Bro-
detsky said. "The High Commis-
sioner told me: 'You may return
to London with feelings of confi-
dence and optimism.'"
An exhibition of the Palestine

American Members Form Jewish
Agency Branch to Further
Program.
NEW YORK.—(J. T. A.)—The
American members and deputy
members of the Council of the
Jewish Agency for Palestine, the
official Jewish body recognized
under the mandate, and meeting
abroad every two years, formed
themselves onto an organization
as a result of action taken April
18, at a meeting held at the Fed.
eration Building.
The object of the newly formed
body will be to further the pro.
gram of the Jewish Agency in Pal-
estine, to disseminate information
in regard to Palestine upbuilding
and to take responsibility for rail.
ing the American share of the bud-
get required to maintain the Jew-
ish reconstructive activities in
Palestine.

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Nazis Force Resignation of Jewish
Conductor.
DANZIG.—(J. T. A.)—Yield-
ing to the pressure of the Nazis,
the cultural department of the
Danzig Senate has forced M.
Kuhn, the Jewish music conductor
at the State Theater, to resign his
post.
The Nazis threatened to oppose
the budget, which would have pre-
cipitated the fall of the govern-
ment if Kuhn's elimination were
not carried out.
The Socialist deputies in the
Municipal Council strongly pro-
tested against this action, but
without avail.

STARS TO APPEAR IN BASKETBALL GAME
SUNDAY TO AID CENTERS ATHLETIC FUND

When applicants apply for work today, they
usually are asked to leave their telephone
numbers. For the easiest and quickest way to
summon additional help is by telephone.

PassoverGreettrigs

(Continued from Page One.)

covered the fact that Stesel was Public Prosecutor Resigns as Wit-
ness is Proven Untruthful in
busy baking Matzoth and that is
Waclawski Case.
why he could not attend the meet-
VILNA.—(J. T. A.)—A sensa-
ing.
tion was caused in the Vilna court
To Permit Refusal to Accept Friday when the public proseeu-
tor leading the case against three
Goods on Sabbath.
youths on trial for alleged
BERLIN.—(J. T. A.)—Jewish Jewish
part in the death of the Christian
firms in the future may refuse to student
killed in the anti-Semitic
accept goods delivered them on the
Sabbath without being liable for student excesses last November,
refused
to continue the prosecu-
payment for additional freight or
tion of Leib Zalkind and Baruch
storage duties.
Ogus.
The announcement, made by the
The prosecutor based his resig-
League for the Observance of the nation
on the inconsistency in the
Sabbath, states that this has been evidence of the chief witness
made possible through an agree- against the accused, Kazimiera
ment reached between them and the
Iepkowski, who had been described
German railways.
as a student. Brought into court
The Shomre Sabbath undertook b y the police , it was revealed that
representations with the Railway Lepkowski had never been a stu-
representatives and pointed out dent and on the contrary that she
that Jewish firms desirous of ob- had recently been involved in
a
serving the Sabbath are unable to swindle.
do so because of the fear of the high
The
trial
proceeded,
however,
costs involved in refusing to ac- inasmuch as the court had early
ceptance of goods delivered on the accepted the motion of the prose-
Sabbath.
cutor to try togeth with Zalkind
The railway authorities stated and Ogus, Shmuel Wulfln, who had
that they cannot make a special been indicted separately.
rule in connection with observing
Jews. They expressed willingness, He who stumbles and falls not
however, to refund any monies de- mends his pace

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the Palestinian situation, that it
will take until the third and fourth
generation to give actual proof of
what has been accomplished, that
it is all too soon now for the melt.
ing pot to have merged?"
"I agree with you," Mr. Gabrilo-
witsch said.
I was loath to leave without
mentioning Hadassah, so I queried:
"Were you able to see what Ha-
dassah has accomplished?"
"Hadassah does wonderful
work," Mr. Gabrilowitsch said. "I
visited some of the colonies, and
their hospital work is something
to be proud of."
In parting I said, "I hope you
will be spared a long time, Mr.
Gabrilowitsch. The world needs
men like you." lie smiled, and
said, "Oh, I hope I'll see you soon
again," and I was out again in
Detroit's blizzard, rushing towards
the Shaarey Zedek Synagogue,
where I almost missed the reading
of the Megillah, for it was Purim
night.

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(Lines on the Eye of the Federation Campaign)
(With apologie s to Leigh Hunt.)
Author Anonymous.
Able Ben Aaron (nay his tribe decrease),
Awoke one morning from a dream of peace,
And saw within the radiance of his room,
Filling it as with a chunk of gloom,
An agent, writing in a little book.
Abie Ben Aaron gave a startled look,
And to the presence in the room he said:
"What writest thou?" The stranger raised his head
And answered with a grim determination:
"I represent the Jewish Federation. .

Behold the names of men who much have given,
And thus have earned the sweet acclaim of heaven."
"And is my name among them?" Abie cried.
"I've looked for it in vain," the man replied,
"You are, I see, one of those wretched rarities,
Who never give a cent to Jewigh charities.
What's your excuse?" "Well, trade is dull—I'll tell!
I lost my shirt when liberty bonds fell;
I had to buy my wife a new mink coat,
A new Rolls-Royce, a modern motor boat. •
My son's at college, and his pranks come high,
My daughter's in the swim, and makes cash fly.
You see, my friend, it costs a lot to live,
And that's the reason why I cannot give."
The stranger scowled. "Go hang your head in shame!
No grateful fellow-men will bless your name.
But he who helps the poor, lends to the Lord!"
"Well, here's five bucks! 'Tis all I can afford.
Next year I may do better. Call again!
For I'm a guy who loves his fellow-men.
And say, when you prepare the p rinted list
Write my name LARGE, so that it can't be missed."



The agent vanished. With the dawning year,
The Federation News list d id appear.
Abie Ben Aaron scanned the names with zest,
And lo! His name was leading all the rest.
(Because, we may add parenthetically,
The names were listed alphabetically.)

Jewish press for the past 70 years
opened in Tel Aviv on April 17.
The list of exhibits runs to 1,100
papers which have appeared in 11
different languages.
At present there are four Jewish
dailies in Palestine, the Doer Hay-
em, the Haaretz, and the Labor
organ, Dever, which appear in He-
brew, and the Palestine Bulletin,
which is published in English.
The Kol Israel, the Agudist or-'
gas, is a weekly; Itoneinu, a chil-
dren's paper, appears fortnightly,
and the Hamaccabee and the !Tit-
hed are monthlies.
An exhibit of the Jewish press
of Palestine was included in the
Jewish section at the International
Press Exhibition, held in Cologne
in May to October, 192R. A special
Jewish exhibition building bearing
on the gates the inscription "Jew.
ish Pavilion" in German, Hebrew
and Yiddish, and the tower sur-
mounted by a shield of David, was
erected to house the Jewish exhib-
its. Dr. Bodenheitner, a promi-
nent Zionist, was chairman of the
executive committee of the Jew-
ish Pavilion, and a special exhibit
was arranged by the Zionist Or-
ganization in conjunction with the
Keren Hayesod and the Jewish
National Fund.
The exhibition showed the de-
velopment of the Jewish press
from its beginnings. The Jewish
Telegraphic Agency had a special
stand at the exhibition.

■ message from Braon Edmond de
Rothschild, founder of early Jew-
ish colonies in Palestine.
Th e
Awakening aesf the
the gNe a IE subject
ti,j a
of the ten-minute addresses by Dr.
Wassermann, Chief Rabbi Levi and
Dr. Mann, who has delivered ad-
dresses at the Hebrew University
on visits to Palestine, according to
Dr. Roaenbach. The achievements
of the Hebrew University in its
seven years will be briefly touched
by one of the American members
of the board of governors.
The broadcast is timed to coin-
cide with the dedication of the J.
Montague Lamport Botanical Gar-
den, gift of Solomon Lamport it is
stated. If contact is established,
the addresses delivered at the cere-
monies by Dr. Judah L. Magnes,
chancellor of the Hebrew Univers-
ity, and the High Commissioner for
Palestine, Sir Arthur Grenfell
Wauchope, will be heard throughout
Europe and America.

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