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FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE
Hare* Headline Hurdles
Can you make out what these recent head-
lines in the Israeli press mean? If not, consult
translation in box.
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As you can sec from the reproduction below, the
astrology fad has reached Israel too.
The Zodiac symbols will increase or reinforce your
vocabulary. If in doubt about Vocalization, consult.
your Hebrew dictionary.
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The HO'roscope appeared in the diily "Itaaretz.."
-tanLey F. -.Cflyers-:-
.Recordt Experiences and•.Reactions of Nine JeWs-,1O.LAmetiCart
' Presented by the Jewish Publi-
cation Society of America as a
companion book to the three-vol-
ume historical classic, "Memoirs
of American Jews," by Dr. Jacob
R. Marcus, 'Lives and Voices,"
by Stanley F. Chyet, 'adds interest-
ing recollections of- distinguished
Americans to the historical data
....toatnade available in JPS publica-
Dr. Chyet, who is professor of
history at He-
• brew Union Col-
lege -Jewish In-
stitute of Relig-
ion, aa associate
director with Dr:-
Marcus of Amer-
ican Jewish Ar-
chives in Cincin-
nati, has joined
in the gatheritig
of valuable his-
to assure completent
' ma of infor-
matron about the Jews of this
to be cm p I y e as night
country. The memoirists in "Lives
chief operator by -the P•stal
and Voices" have dealt with a
Telegraph Co.- Late r, after
wide variety of experiences trans- Postal Telegraph had been ab-
ferred from the Old to the New sorbed by Western Zahn, I was
World, and-they supplement much
elected executive uitha head 'of
of what had been gathered 15
a departmeat enema* -ef-
years earlier in the memoirs com-
piled by Dr. Marcus.
_Special interest attaches to-the
ment was lady about 3 per cent,
'author's selection of a memoir yet I was re-elected mussily."
be had shaped from the avail-
lections of his rather, Jacob Dr Chyet's book &mai maces with
Maurice Chyet. Entitled "From the memoir "Prelude. to America"
ROV110 to Dorchester," it - tells by Samuel Adler who for 17 years
about the background of tbe man served as rabbi of Emanu-El Con
whose name stems from "Hayyat gregation in New York. Because
--ta7lor." who became a tau- it traces the life of a rabbinic
ranber, who tab* of Ids Madan scholar a century ago, it has spe-
cial interest in the gathering
harkground and the wort
material- about early Jewish
gained is this comb"' through of
the Western Union. This chapter settlers in this country.
is a paean to America and to "Con Brio" is the title of the
the trade in which be gained essay by Nathan H. Cohen, who
advantages and the Chyet mem- was interested in music, 'who en-
oir states: "I was the first Jew tered the cigar' business, who was
active in Bnai Brith,_ whose rem-
• NE-DETROIT'JEWEN NEWS iniscences
date-from the mid-1880s
art y .
until his death in 1928. His is a Rod of an Era"), both enriddall
truly American story about his in-
terests in a deep-water project, a
case that west tothe Supreine CourtThose who reran
the name/ of
_ Freed - 'Harry Runway, the noted-
dent mender* -Roosevelt in the lawyer, will thud
much of value
matter of the waterways. He played on the
information passed on in
an important role in his interest the essay
in fishing and he asserted: "I h ood."
had worked hard for 14 years and . nie Reichert name ret
had advanced the Fish Commission in (Tamer Was
to a standard that was recognized by mime _
-.. wwwIlEls.7 1m/NwocrS
as one of the best in the countrY."
je,the very enchant_
Front Hungary came an anther leg story "Anthers Away"
whose memoir la Civet's volume Chief Petty °nicer Joseph
is entitled "Deep? -la the Hoett -fai tale about. an able man who
of Texas." It contains the dleth= made the Wavybls career and told
stabiles of the nr• sr 211b6 u.* story
Reale-ger, Ids 47 yews ..
Chyet selections are most
of service in his Galvedes voi7:.
As the compiler
pit, the blessings of a life of of ''tioninnendable.
• the experiencei of, . the eight
dedicatkm. There also are the men and a woman. Ile:Aates
memoirs of Rabbis Morris M. introduction that Wield was
Penerlicht of Indianapolis (.!`it record the-reaetions:(eleltde group
Hoosier Rabbinate") who ex- of Jews) to American satiety." He
posed the KKK menace, and G. accomplished his -*ask meritori-
George Fez% of Chicago ("The - ously,