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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Cincinnati, OhioA a a a a a a i Quot a a a a. I v a i r a a k5 for f a p Quot f. A a a it �1 a it in it a a Xii it. It or so a t to Teri Al Light. It a i a a its 4? amp m volume 67 a Cincinnati Omye August 26, 1920. Numb to 9. Chateau Taillard in Andl Sye a i by he Len Ivy mlle Hrict in it treason to Reemt it or in these Days of shifting Sand How once a King was mighty Long Agot hew he set his Seal forever Over Normandy Hie land built Hie Castle High and haughty against the foe Bow he i gushed to see its Beauty and its strength against the sky 1 Bis a daughter of a year was fair he said. How he watched the Seine now his alone go darkly slipping by. And laughed again at Philip s Sollen dread. A still against the sky it stands its roofless towers Bare its windows tooth edged holes in broken Walls. The son poors through in plaid King Gold and .Ra uses stir the air to sighs Almig the crumbling Moss grown Halls. 8 heart is Laid in Rouen s Dirch beneath a weight of Stone the heart is gone from chateau Taillard too. Tet come at Sunset softly climb the Heights beyond alone. And watch his Tower set against the Blue. Of a sudden As the shadows deepen round it and the Mist creeps up from Litte and Ely below ton May see it die the dark Flatt if you keep a silent tryst. Take form and Diane of wondrous strength and grow. Cray Walls fill in where gaps had been massed towers fling aloft where Sunset lingered lamp lit windows near a proud and gracious pile it looms. And listen laughing soft there is an Assembly of All the classes at the close tor the purpose of a religions so Wice. Bach class is requested to undertake some form of philanthropic activity. A the rabbi undertakes the instruction of the Oon formation Glass during the week and this comprises a thorough training in jewish doctrine and a Survey of jewish history. In the Reform congregations the religions school meets Only on sunday among the orthodox they also meet two or three times a week spending the additional time in the. Advanced study of hebrew. In new York the religious training is further supplemented by the Urean of education which is largely conservative and by a a drool Extension work of the Cal Ltd of american hebrew Gongre tons which is larger Reform. But both serve the humbler classes. There Are two or three teachers institutes for the training of teachers. From time to time there have been unions of the religious teachers of different congregations which have Given an Opportunity of sharing experiences. One of the great problems we have to face is How to abridge tiie Gap Between school graduation and marriage. One or two communities have introduced Junior congregation. A Laige number have Young people s societies which Are social and philanthropic but not quite As concerned in religious questions As we should like to have them. Many of the rabbis conduct adult Bible classes chiefly attended by women. 46 a growing fes iture of congregational a nah she is fair King Richard says a my daughter of a new York times. Life is what is sometimes known As the institutional Synagog. This Means that in addition to religious class work the Synagog is open during the week for Many social and cultural activities clubs for Young people Industrial classes evening entertainments and lectures and other settlement Trainina of rabbis. Parent i believe of your Union of jewish women. This body has done much to supplement the Worth of the Synagog. Some seven years ago there was organized a federation of templs sisterhood which is a sort of female counterpart of the Union of american congregations. Its biennial convention synchronises with that of the Union. It has already 1p4 members being made up of the ladies auxiliary societies or sistemi goods of each of the contributing Congi egatlon8. These ladies auxiliaries stimulate the social Side of the congregational life. H by likewise Welcome visitors at it Vine worship superintend the Floral decoration of the Synagog at Pentecost Send Flowers to adorn the pulpit undertake the arrangements for the Succaw which has been introduced into Many Reform congregations and in some instances superintend the congregational passover seder which has been steadily growing in use throughout the land this seder being for those Large numbers who have no Opportunity of observing it in their own Homes. A somewhat to the federation of Temple sisterhood is the Yommi s league of the United Synagog of America. There is thus a healthy spirit of emulation Between the conservatives and reformers. A let me add that we have 372 Young men s hebrew associations whose work is educational social and religious. I need not speak about the Chautauqua which is Well known. Most of our universities possess a menorah society which tends to Foster jewish sentiment. Philadelphia has the drop Sie College for hebrew and cognate learning. From that City likewise hails the jewish publication society which has nearly 16,000 members. Including year books it has issued about 100 volumes. S�4 ii i Atli jews 44 How Leon Kalmay of Oley. Tells n in Hie migrant Aid bowing tale location. �?�4 one of the comm brew sheltering a society of americ loners of the he immigrant Aid let not a Kaimsky Blister of his i Fly new of main City retunm>d.n9cently from Europe where be Wii a together with Jacob Fassel to b of the thousands. Who were separator. Kaimsky had last february and cities Warsaw w Suwalski Kuttot Wisk Maria pol Zemir Aron sin and All the Smalle to Brae cities. In an article id news describing Europe or. Kai there were in a Utt could hold 8,d00, 3,000,000 jews of it and escape to am discussing the # Sion or. Katmai a we my de it poas Poland w to want to by Able to do so. To Warsaw it was h cure passports f emment. We sue the polish minis Tel a passport to eve Quiring any Locum it the reunion jewish families during the War. Abroad since de the following Lodz Oribio Waclawek Wolko aria Aiah Ihl Wolia Ostro Fec laces t e jewish Dail rations in Eastern declared that a if a ship that Man beings the d would Board of the commis d e for All jews of to America to our coming by to be the polish Cotov de in inducing labor to Grant y without re except a Char 441 Amer in jewry interview with Rev. Or. Maurice h. Harris of Temple lera Elj new York for the London jewish chronicle. Or. Maurice h. Harris the popular minister of Temple Israel new York having recently been on a visit to la it a Don a representative of the to Welsh chronicle took an Opportunity of discussing with the Learned doctor some aspects of american communal life particularly in relation to the Synagog in which he has Laboured for so Many years with such conspicuous Success. His activities cover a period during which he has seen the jewish population of the United states grow from 230,000 in 1880,� to 3,300.000 today. Conservatism and Reform. Is Reform in the Ascendancy in America our representative asked. A no it is the minority party but it contains the bulk of americans representative men. However the second generation of russian immigrants is bringing to the front a new group acquiring importance not Only in wealth but in communal of course the term Reform covers very wide differences in a country like America a yes there Are two classes of a formers. The conservative reformers the to ining of rabbis we have our various theological seminaries. The hebrew Union College at Cincinnati supplies the Reform pulpits of rabbi Isaac Elchanan theological Seminary of new York the pulpits of conservative and Many orthodox third institution the rabbi Isaac Elchanan theological Seminary in new York wot a Down town and does work Correi bonding to your a tree of life theological College in Hutchison Street this year the federating the charities. A was i note that the jewish chronicle recently pleaded for some organization if which would substitute for constant individual appeals one general request covering All movements 1 might mention that we in America have in recent years iterated the different jewish charities of each City. The orphan asylums the hospitals the Homes for the aged and infants technical schools talmud torahs protect ories for delinquents and the United hebrew Acter certificate. A we also succeeded in obtaining a ruling whereby the american Consul Grants a Vise to parents and wives and children without bating to present affidavits from their natives he e. A letter stating that in key Are asked to America and will Bwy Faken care of is sufficient. Can the hebrew so Terig and immigrant Aid society of America do this Gigantic work a or. Kaimsky was asked. In More than half a year 1 spent in a Poland Lithuania find other european countries i studied the slut Salon closely and investigated conditions and 1< am convinced that the hebrew sheltering and immigrant Aid society of America can do this work successfully Quot he replied a naturally with the assistance of american jewry. And i am sure that american jewry will give us All the Aid a have Yon visited Many jewish Comro unities in Europe a was another question asked. A i have been in Many cities and smaller places a or. Kaimsky Ruspi led. A i have acquainted myself with jewish life in the old country. There is a icon a Lete upheaval of jewish life. It is unrest sizable. There is in Poland no House in which politics is not being played. Parties Are everywhere. Every Honse is divided with different parties. Every jew is a party for a and which Pirty is the strongest a a the zionist a what about orthodoxy a Quot weak very w eak. Absolutely unorganized. And anyhow Riig Iosty in the old Home has grown or. Bla Maky was asked How Long if would take before jewish life in Baster Europe is reconstructed. He replied in his opinion As Long As the a Dor Hamid born the generation of the wilderness. A the War generation will St there can not be a Complete reconstruction. Only the coming generation will return a be add a to solid Normal and to the real jewish use whih existed prior to the conclusion or. Kaimsky said that the whole reconstruction work consists in reuniting the families that have been broken up. Salvation Cap Only come from american jewry. Won him Nam Eros friends. He leaves behind him Beedee a live or de of friends and relatives a Eon and a Dauid tit. Arthur l. Coo Bart fellow of g.c.c., Cambridge formerly a Captain in the a a. S. Army has just issued through messes. Alten a Unwin his study of Poland and the minority races. As a description of life in Poland by be counsel of the american Pence Mission to that country the work is 0� real interest Over 1,060 ardent Young zionist settlers have arrived in Jerusalem during the past two met myths fran various Mirts of Eastern Europe where they have been training themselves in agric tor to establish their selves in the jewish colonies of Palestine according to a report received by the zionist organization of America. Many of the pioneers went to a new jewish Colony established out de Jerusalem and others joined the a Cha Sho Merims or jewish mounted constabulary in the North Palestine whose men is have for years been leading a romantic and adventurous life guarding the jewish colonies against the quacks of robber bedouin bands. .4-. Rel s Pongre Gatum follow sol psf Quot a a a a a a a raid int a wit of Honor the ? imag bus Whitt be body left the Bouse am who it Wae being lowered into the grave. A the new rom a Aioli a ult orial by Jim a. The rabbi closed the doors a Fri a the taut member of the Board of directory had entered Bia study. He did not mow that this waa the first Tuno in the history of the Conger spation the Board of directors had come to the rabbi instead of sending for Liloni. For instance he had answered Iha Cau of the City of quirk or awaits j. Or. S. Vancreveld of Amsterdam University has received the Gold medal awarded by the Gover Ameir for an essay the subject of which we set by the medical faculty of Groningen. Or. Vancreveld is the son of a. Vancreveld editor of the Gmitro Ahlblad Toor israelite and member of the Board of deputies of etch jews. Leonard Rosenthal a in Paris has announced his intent Imi to give a considerable sum for the placing and educating in France of a number of Polli orphans. For this purpose an institution will be founded in Paris a number of orphans will also be placed in the jewish technical schools at Paris str Khourg and Mulhouse. Hebrew Union College graduated ten rabbis the new York Seminary eight. But these were not enough to fill the vacant pulpits. There Are still thirty four vacancies among the Quot Reform group waiting to snap up ministers. It is unfortunate that few families seriously consider the bringing up of Theta sons to the jewish ministry which they hardly regard As a profession. Yet there is inducement from a lucrative standpoint for tie ministers Are better compensated than those. A any other land. At least twelve cd Legrega tons in the United it states pay salaries of not less than ten thousand dollars a year. A this reluctance to enter the jewish ministry reflects the vague attitude of charities Are All covered by one annual Appeal for additional membership and the scheme has proved a considerable Success some time ago my brother the Rev. Isidore Harris brought this scheme before the notice of the London Community and recommended 1 8 adoption Here. But the idea was turned Down by prominent communal Wori cers who thought it was unsuited to your conditions and tempera Mit. I remember that or. Leonard Cohen the president of your jewish Board of guardians took the Opportunity at the next annual meeting of that body to express dlr approval of the idea. Of course no federating scheme could succeed in your can Unity in condition in Poland. 9 describing con Doltl a in Poland or. Kaimsky said that so far As jews were concerned they were so terrible and the polish Gove rame had decreed so Many restrictions that it is impossible for them to earn a livelihood in a Legal manner. A we have made arrangements. With the Cunard and Waite Star thine to transport immigrants from Danzig to England where they Are to go direct to America a or. Kaimsky proceeded we have also mad similar arrangements with the French companies but because of their bad treatment of a migrants broke that agreement. Due to the numb of ships thable can now get a Thorp and immigrants can leave every week with the help of our commission. Sevy ral Hundred jewish families Are arriving with our assistance on the Ayot Nia. Indirectly the commission Heas Datade it possible for thousands of is Grants to come via the Porf a in a bar ire flow 4 44 or. Kaimsky explained that in Dan accept traditional jewish Law and doctrine with a Liberal interpretation. They have introduced such changes As family pews the Cantor is aided by an Organ and a choir of men and women. The traditional prayer Book is somewhat abbreviated and some prayers Are recited in the vernacular. While retaining the bar Mitzvah for Hoys they have introduced the confirmation of boys and girl on the festival of Pentecost. A was for the Reform proper in addition to these changes they worship with uncovered Heads and do not keep the second Days of festivals. Yes there Are likewise doctrinal differences Between them and the conservatives. They belong to. The rationalistic school in their interpretation of the Bible. They accept the principal of evolution and they regard the slosh in not As a Cut plete product of one period of time but As a growth covering several Ages. They do not Pray for a restoration of the jewish Netlon Allty in Palestine nor of a jewish foil re facial cult. They look Forward not to a personal Messiah but to a messianic age. They modify Maimonides thirteenth Creed substituting for a belief in the i resurrection of the dead one in the immortality of the soul. They have changed the status of women putting them Inore nearly on a plane of Equality with men. Women Are reckoned for Minyan and recite the Kaddish in Rae nory of the departed. These doctrinal changes Are incorporated in the revised prayer Book for Refon worship. While appreciating to the full they hygienic value of tie dietary Laws biblical and rabbinical they do not regard these Laws As religiously binding. A there is a Radical group of reformers but their numbers Are Small comprising perhaps no More Thap three congregations. They have sub Itu Ted sunday for saturday services out they have not introduced the sunday religious and educational. A speaking of individual congregations one feature of Reform is the postponement of the Friday evening service to 8 of Cocil in includes a lec jew and is usually we Ell attended As it helps in a Way to solve the Sabbath problem. The Friday evening services a re so popular among Young people that they have been introduced into our communal institutions. In suburban towns it is the Sabbath service a the attendance at the amp a torn Long service being almost neg a Gible. And speaking of suburban i May mention that a a Ong the sporadic communities of the West the religious condition of jew to is much to be your sunday schools Are an important feature a yes. The rabbi is usually the us a intendant though a principal is Wise engaged. All the teachers Are poles clonal and paid. The cur Ricu a insists of hebrew Bible jewish history and the institutes of Judaism. 44, the modern jew town Ards his religion. None the less the american jews sense of obligation to his people is very intense. American Israel is always roused by philanthropic Appeal. It was very hard last year to raise throughout the land $300,000 a year for the maintenance of the hebrew Union College but we did not find it insuperable difficult to raise $1>5,000,000 for the Relief of jewry in War stricken communal organization. Congregations in America Are autonomous and Independent. We have nothing Corre kit ending to the United Synagog of London and no general chief rabbi though there in the Large cities a group May elect a rav of their own by whose decisions they Are guided. But while each congregation is a Law unto itself. It is of course amenable to Public opinion As expressed through the jewish but you have some unifying organizations a yes we have the general conference of american rabbis which meets in annual convention. It has Benin existence for thirty years and numbers 256 members. But its decisions which the Premier jewish Charity did not take the read or which had not the full approval of that body. None the less i can not help thinking that sooner or later London May come to realize the Many advantages attendant upon the abolition of competing appeals and the substitution therefore of one general Appeal. One great Fune ton of federation is to reach those people who Are shirking their response foil titles and we have found that this object is successfully obtained by the newer methods. No doubt in your Community too there Are great sources of charitable Revenue which have not hitherto been tapped. I believe that your jewish War memorial fund is finding that or. Harris concluded a most interesting and informing interview the main Points of we Lii i understand formed the subject of an address he recently delivered to a private gathering of jewish Milf Sisters by stating that As America had the largest number of jews it had to Bear the chief responsibility of grappling with the jewish problem. But it naturally looked to Zig a Camp formerly used for War prisoners was at the disposal of immigrants with accommodations for 2,500 persons. This Ca fit has All modern improvements and everything else necessary for the immigrants. In Danzig immigrants have to a main twelve Days in quarantine because of the typhus epidemic raging in Poland. The Cost of maintenance As $1 a Day. Asked As to the transmission of funds to those desiring to come Here or. Kaimsky said a the Only and Best Way is to Send it through the hebrew sheltering and immigrant Aid society of America. We professor or. Moritz Sobernheim of Berun has Bemi elected president of the society for the furtherance of the science of Judaism the office of which is located at Steglitz Strasse 9, Berlin w. 86. David Davis Friio has been Tib Florman of the medical service tribunal of the National health insurance committee of the county of London for the past three years has been selected to that position. A tract of about 3,000 Yards was purchased by the Vaad of Tel Aviv for the Cost auction of a modern Public Bath. This land will be leased out for a nun Fier of years to whoever will in der tace the construction. The grand Lodge of new zealand of free and accepted masons has feared upon Wor. .Ra. Ernest nmn Dpi the rank of Junior grand Deacon. Wor. Bro. Nordon was for Many years Hon. Secretary of the Christ Church n. A hebrew congregation but is now a resident of London. V a seven Hundred jewish fugitives from Poland on Way to Amorita. Danzig aug. 14.�?seven thousand jewish fugitives from Poland practically Oil planning to seek new Homes in peaceful America Are today at Danzig living in concentration Camps awaiting the necessary passport formalities and a Steamer to take them to a lend not Coli Statty swept by invading armies. More .Ra pouring in at the rate of 260 families or a thousand souls daily. The Danzig authorities and the am can consular representatives Are aghast at the problem confronting them of Sheering and feeding the incoming Muir tude or taking the necessary Santt Afy he Aires to prevent outbreaks of epidemic diseases in the crowded Camps and it Fly of issuing Pam Fiort a tsp a and prov fling Steamer a Coa a ovations. A e mplf6lp by the Ehmu ii of can Bulato at Warsaw he. Entire Burfied of Vissing Lem is the a thrown of the Ike that at Leara a do Iii a Ilkiw .Ra were already grooming Thor Rafigh tera for him in marriage quite unaware that to Phife insurance agent bad placed Hia name among the Likely or Rapetta quite Union Seteria that the tailors and Rie boardng4i<f be Ani had designs upon him. An unworldly Young Man. This rabbi with a Large Library and a heart full of High Hope that god had Given him Thia flue Range rate on to. Make pure and heir in Hla so get he prayed and hoped that he would have strength to Malie thin people the most god like in America. In truth it was this very innocence that led to the directors meeting the new rabbi in his study. It came about in this Way. The president of the congregation had said to him rather Brua quely a the Board of directors demates to see Yon sunday a Aad the new rabbi to Trifie eyes tras Tinl As any child % located into the cold sophisticated Gray eyes of the Greet Dent end replied of cd rarest Why should the directors not see me whenever they wish i we be relisted to meet them in my study St Day the president looked at the Rebuf sharply. Was the minister put doing Tom at him did the Rafeii not know it was contrary to the Dis Ltd and traditions of the congregation for tie Hoard of directors to come to the rabbi the innocent Bine eyes and the truth Tal face gave no clue. The president found himself Snadd moly at sea. In some Way he could not explain How be had accepted the shia ton. And now sunday afternoon had come and the president and his Board of directors sat in the and i s study. The worthy gentlemen examined their new minister with the Frank curio my of visitors at the zoo. One restless guest read i Unis sue Craton All the Hooks of the minister s shelves another without intending off Enra glanced interest edly at the rabbi s mall and or. Zigbaum who bad come up the Pas late which has no facilities for examining the shifting Stream of thousands of would be emigrants. Reble the Money to our commission and it is paid out in american dollars. And let me utter this warning no one great Britain for its co operation. Together England and America could do much to assure the lasting welfare of the jewish people and to perpetuate the ideals of the jewish religion. 141 while generally adopted Are not binding. From time to time it interprets Reform jews teaching on such questions As intermarriage and the admission of proselytes. It has produced a Union prayer Book a Union hymnal practically used in ail congregations of its membership a ministers handbook As guide for his procedure. It tends to bring uniformity into the Reform Synagog and is particularly helpful to Young rabbis in it Small and outlying districts. Recently it instituted a pension for superannuated ministers. A Quot orthodox jewry has likewise organized a corresponding association known As the United orthodox rabbis of America a Ohleh has been in existence eighteen years and has a membership of 200. A in the sphere of Lay refer in organization there is the Union of american hebrew congregations containing 206 separate congregational units. Each congregation pays a Dollar for each of its members and this Money is largely used for the maintenance of the hebrew in Quin. Up allege. In Arndt two to Reh Deruig that service the Union has a department of Synagog and school Extension which establishes religious schools and congregations in outlying districts and publishes some school text books. A its third function is the i Protection of jewish rights a work similar to that performed by your Board of deputies and Anglo jewish association. But aim Lar work is likewise under modern medical methods. American unit in Palestine meeting with great Success. That modern Amerl Ren medical methods Are proving popular in the holy land where the american zionist medical unit has been urging War on disease and carrying on sanitation measures for two years is shown by the units latest report which states that 882,910 plaits alone were paid to Rie units clinics situated throughout Palestine from May 1919, through May. 1920. The four hospitals maintained by the unit handled 4,037 paid eats while 76,444 new patients were aids lated to the clinics during this period Home visits by the american doctors total taken by a younger body called the american jewish committee and by the by Nai by Rith. A was in the clerical body so like urls among the laity there is a corresponding Union of orthodox congregations of America which has been in East ence Twenty two years and recently there has been organized among the conservatives a United Synagog of other activities. I believe you Are Strong in female organizations. A there is a Council of jewish women. It was organized in the year of the Chi Trego fair in 18w, end is the de 16,303, while 15,4 Laboratory examinations we re made. During May. 1920, alone 7,766 new a patients wore admitted to the clinics 29,363 clinic visits were paid and 1,606 visits were made the unit which because of its Good world has been named by the local people the health department of the holy , has hospitals in Jerusalem Jaffa Tiberias and Safe clinics and laboratories throughout the country a nurses training school in Jerusalem and in addition has doctors and nurses doing Field work in us it or and lower Galilee. Although the unit is essentially a jewish organization no racial nor religious distinctions Are made in its work moslem and Cluris trans being treated on the same basis As jews. In localities where the hos Pitts and clinics Are located in essentially moslem communities such As seed Tiberius and Jaffa a Large Percy image of the patients is arabic. A the doctors and nurses Are devoting a great Deal of their time now to school Hygiene tears big the children How to take care of themselves treating cases right in the schools and in str acting the teachers and puppis in modern sanitary and hygienic meth ode Over 5,000 school child Rem were Given examinations and g9,397 Turret ments during May alone. Should leave Poland unless fully supplied with travelling expenses otherwise there will be lots of trouble. The Cost of transportation is higher now. A Vise costs $10, and when a family of five persons travels it Means $50 for vises alone besides there is a quarantine of from twelve to fifteen Days entailing a Cost of $1 a Day per person. Profiteer landlords in Warsaw. The main Bureau is in Warsaw but we will immediately open offices in Paris and Havre. What is of the utmost importance is the erection of a Hach Tossas Orchid in Warsaw to accommodate at least .3,000 persons. This will Cost a Quarter of a million dollars but this building must be put up because there Are no More rooms left in the hotels and the accommodation is extremely difficult to obtain. Warsaw is flooded with immigrants who want vises. They have come from the whole of Poland and from Galicia. And what do they do in Warsaw under such circumstances. They place five Beds in one room and charge no less than 100 Murks a night for sleeping. Immigrants Are being a skinned in Warsaw and we can not permit this. We Mast build the Hach Tossas Orchid in Warsaw so that the immigrants shall not fall in the hands of these to the question As to what extent american jewry could Aid and should do for their Brethren in Europe or. Kaimsky replied a Charity work is a Aoi utely unnecessary. All oils Charity is wasted. Two things american jewry can do and they Are the real and the most necessary Relief for european jewry. First the work of the hebrew sheltering and immigrant Aid society of Anto Rire to assist All Hose who can come to America to Couit Here and second to reconstruct jewish life in Europe. A this does not mean sending Relief i jog Charity. This is unnecessary a rape a enough Money is being sent by persons Here to heir relatives abroad. Loan societies must be established in. Every City and Village so that Husi Noss people and workmen May be Able to borrow Money to continue their business and work. We must establish and help maintain educational institutions we must rebuild the communal institutions which have been destroyed. This reconstruction work must he done by the three Relief committees in this Seq entry i mean thereby that each re 11 committee shall do its work with the element it represents. Can not remain there. A the Gree test work will be to bring me Over to America All those who can and who want to come for it is impossible for the jews to remain in Poland under the present government. No jew can earn a livelihood there in a Legal at a meeting the Senate conferred upon or. Jacc Mann m. A., the degree of doctor Tao literature for a thesis entitled a the jews in Egypt and in Palestine under the fatimid caliphs 969�?1171 c. By a contribution to their political and communal history based chiefly on Geniah material hitherto unpublished. The Book will i orly be issued by the Oxford University press. At Buckingham Palace the King invested or. Robert Nathan with the insignia of Knight commander of the order of the Star of India and conferred Knighthood upon him. Hts majesty also invested the following As officers of the order of the British Empire major Albert Sirmann r. A. M. C. Major Frederic Stern London yeomanry capt Charles Kohan r. F. A., and Seral Bajor Joseph Levy r. A. M. A the death is announced at Harrogate London of Florence wife of the right Hon. Sir David Brynmor Jonee by her second marriage in 1892 to the Welsh Radical lawyer who survives her. Lady Jones stepped out of the jewish Community. She belonged to it by birth As the daughter of the late major Lionel Gohen and by her first marriage to the late Abraham de Mattos Mocatta by whom she had a Sod and a daughter. The son Edgar Mocatta is a member of the Council of the West London Synagog. The London ukrainian federation has got into touch with South african jewry for the purpose of securing co operation in ukrainian Relief and an important communication has been received from Isaac Ochberg. President of the Cape jewish orphanage in Ciao town in which he expresses the sympathy of the jewish Community of South Africa and indicates his support of a sch a be whereby 200 to 300 jewish orphans would be received into South Africa and that proper support and education would be provided for their upbringing. I Palestine has natural possibilities of becoming one of the worlds great health resorts according to or. Henry Keller new York physician former member of the american zionist medical unit which has been waging War on disease in the holy land for Over two years. A Palestine owing to its Topography its variegated climate its mountainous regions of various altitudes and its eight months of continuous Sunshine together with its Beautiful landscapes and picturesque environment is destined to become the Mee Ca for health seekers a Well Aspi Are seekers a he said. On the 14th june death removed one of the Moat prominent members of the Bombay a a wami Community e. Sassoon gift it by. The deceased came from a Noble family widely known in India and Bie Sudan death came As a great and Kcf to Quot the whole Community by whom the deceased was highly re it acted and esteemed. Or. Gob Bay waa about 00 years of age at the time of Bis death and waa for several years manager of the firm of messes. David Sassoon k co., at Calcutta. He was a scrupulous and Strati Thorward Man free of conceit and a source of help to the poor and needy. He cherished Only the highest Aims of life and possessed a Good heart his genial disposition tact and Broad Faisal a downfall. It is not easy to estimate the Mckent to which the Emir Faisal has been eliminated As a Force in near Eastern politics by the action of the French at Damascus it is True that he went from the scene of his Short timed glory to All appearances unkept in honoured and Unsung. But appearances in such Mattere especially where Eastern people Are concerned Are very liable to prove Fallad pus. On the one hand his erstwhile followers May be Content to Bow to Superior Force but Only for the time being and on the other Faisal has surely powerful friends and supporters not least his own fatties the King of the Hejaz. But there can be no doubt about the eclipse of Faisal As an element in Palestine or that he a come to his present plight through that overweening ambition which manifested itself so strikingly in the interview he accorded last year to the jewish chronicle. As to his Good will towards the zionist movement Debite All he said we never believed in it for the simple reason that his understanding of that move to has always been foreign to its real purpose. Who is responsible for his having possessed such uninformed views does not come into question at the moment. But it is impose table to believe having regard to his expressed opinions and ideas As they appeared in the interview referred to that the Emir could have regarded zionism with world in Don. A by the curved handle on the neck of a Marble bust of Moses. It was obvious that the guests Felt perfectly at Home. Meanwhile the new rabbi sat in. His Najr Ide Santly blushing like a Debutante. It was evident he was extremely Happy and honoured by the visit presently the efficient president hardened his eyes a Little More and came to business. He assured the newcomer of their Stemn and their pleasure to have torn la their midst nothing would be left undone to Mako his stay As pleasant of Poss Fole but he boned that the rabbi understood death of Rebi Raphael Haim Moshe Benaim chief rabbi of on altar. It is with hesitation that one pens an obituary notice about the Lea Raeisi a Ham As however full the attempt it can not do Justice to such a Man says the lond Ltd jewish guardian. His death at Gibraltar occurred on july 27th, in the 75th year of his age. Rebi Moshe. As he was known was generally respected in Gibraltar from government House downwards. He has been a thief rabbi for about 37 years. The harmonious relations a listing Between jew Christian and Mohommed an in Gibraltar he fostered by his Broad mindedness and tact. This could be proved if necessary by the Exchange of courtesies after an acc Dent which he met some years bade. He Trade no distinction in his was looked a pvt by All with respect and affection. As Learned Man his opinions on jew Idi Law what they the directors wanted preached from the pulpit no new Fau fled foolishness about social Justice or private morality or card playing a Short they wanted no interfere me with other Peoples business. But they desired scholarship and piety the Blide and the talmud expo nude and hebrew taught their children. They knew the rabbi could do these things just right and bearing that in mind the new and to my rabbi could look Forward to Many years of pleasant relationship with Eyer inc Reading salary. The president ceased and his remarks and admonitions were seconded by Many nods and gestures from the directors. Ail looked exp it be tartly at the Tong rabbi. And they Conid not believe what their eyes beheld. The rabbi was crying. He made no pretence of hiding the tears that ran Down his Cheeks. There was no re sent ent in his face he Only Shook head sadly and wept like one bereaved like one whose dear St dream is shattered. The directors were quite unprepared for such a thing at the six it of sur ii suffering their Jewth hearts a were touched. One by one they tiptoed out of the room As if leaving a sacred presence. But once outside they did an unheard thing. They turned fiercely on the president a you were a fool Quot they told him. A what do you know about god and religion hereafter you had better stick to your jewish Herald. Canadian delegation for Ukraine. Wen Soui Fliton occasions from pales Lon t tone Al ipod Morovec it Sale Nica Dot a and Euie inhere. Eds deep a Eft coupled with unselfish Charity and genuine goodness stamped him As an Ddis the Community can 111 afford Rebi Moshe had been in fall health which he bore with Pace. For some tire and Only survived his wife about Foree months. Irving two sons and a daughter to Monni him besides two Young grand sons. The funeral of the late chief rabbi was one of the most largely at tossed Ever seen in Gibraltar. Every shot in main Street closed its doors and windows As a Mark of rest it act lord invert Hyde a resented his sex Chi Lucy the governor and the Dean of Gibraltar accompanied the prices Mon for a while the roman Catholic Bishop of Gibraltar sent a Beautiful Wreath and among others present were the attorney general and the chief of the police. The late chief Canadian jewry has elected three representatives to proceed to the Ukraine consisting of messes. Simon Briskin president of the federation of ukrainian jews in Canada or. H. Herschman representing the jewish people s Relief of Canada and or. H. Zaltzman representing the Western Canada Section of the federation. The Canadian body has been in continual communicate Ltd with the federation of ukrainian jews in great Britain and on the arrival of the representatives in London they came into touch with the body and having secured All the Neces mry info Naa Tion Are about to proceed to tie Ukraine wlth.532 cases of clo Folh containing Over 1ki7,000 articles and 28.00g dollars for medical supplies. The delegation will first attend the National jewish Relief confers ice at Carlsbad and from there will proceed to Copen Hagen to Confer with the International Relief committee established in that City. From there they Are to a iter plural be via Reval and upon their return will submit a report to this federation and to the Kindred body in Canada. Luck affects everything let your Hook always be cast in the Stream where you least expect it there Wilt a of. A. To #9. T it it 1 a i re a i i v i 4s a a it. R 4.�?T a a 4 w a a a. 4.&Quot a Al a be a . A a. _ a i l if to 1 lit j i it Al o �4. 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