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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - March 8, 1917, Cincinnati, OhioRelief work must continue do tour share Union american a Norm a wry can have lags thing the United state May want As the countries Are apart in Geog amp Phi More Fra Progress in Synagog Extension. J eral new than it was before the War the work san amp cog Extension in i broke out it and re Ideal and methods e scattered a con a a Oyer nent can no be reconciled weekly review jewish affaire a a. Amp y so a Femme �#4 Multi a Flimm i will a it s .�3 a 0espitppgpdiploina a Germany arrangements have been Maff a al ills Tributino funds in the countries a Der Coo in Central empires. With the consent and co operation the a american state department with which the joint distribution committee has Ever enjoyed the closest relations Steps have been taken to insure that even in the event War with Germany and her allies there will be no interruption the humane work feeding the starving jew$��8��� no clothes for the raiment the pm a ried through the ambassadors Neutral countries but it jul fill go and the innocent jewish victims the wok ravages will still receive help from America sista organizing schools a pkg Teaf tons installing circuit preaching Etc., grown Asili Numil possible process reasoning ices sity. All Good americans i psf a by Gottha Deutsch quiet Jubilee. On the 27th at january it Pogue m i4lc pc a get if Raj feb it a it a j season 1912-13, 32 rabbis participated in the work visiting 61 cities last year 92 rabbis were actively engaged in this form work and visited 109 Cit lib a Abl a Iima a Mich follow the Lead Iper government Enty five years that the first English and loyally support it in any policy Reform congregation West Lon crisis. But that does i Hope a a itt tangling Synagog Extension at summer re gpsfflf�lt8 win sufferings War t h Eues sincerity. A shh huh cer Fript is that our jewel selpwl�i1pu, to have sift its Manifest duty. In a a m has the Novelty living in off does any jew feel that he has done All that is required him formerly urgency the pangs hunger grow fast Ith time that became Many have died a he living la pad �0fc&f. L. Russ. 6 if the a any such Sion it is time it was dispelled. On the contrary every fresh report received from Russia from al in from Lith Santa serve a a a a Ujj Nia tui8yipytohe St a if that the longer to la Lff Rar lasts the was it becomes to make air a a demanded every report tells soup made thinner smaller portions and longer lines fam apr Bredt we know that All too often the Supples Long before the ends m th�sfai�6�jied. From thnh fews in ii play Copie appeals born Des be increased be that a. In a the amp St w9mlzit1 Rev a a a a s c we Wjk. Or. Of american jewry with its own flesh and blood Inis maelstrom agony is complacent self satisfied sry Good thing that Money can buy that peace Anc sorts in 1910, 17 rabbits held 6<� services at 10 places. In 1916, 60 rabbis held 208 services in 29 places. 2p a Synagog Extension a among College students in 1910 we a conducted a lecture course at Harvard University. Eight lectures were planned and four were delivered. In 1916 we carried activities in 49 Coue Ges. If 4 % Synagog Extension among soldiers and sailors pin 1916, seven rabbis gave us their co operation operating at six encampments. In 1916, 18 rabbis co operated with us operating at 27 different places. 0 Synagog Extension for delinquents in institutions during the last year we operated in 27 institutions. Synagog Extension for defectives to institutions during the last year we operated in 11 institutions. A Synagog Extension in Rural communities during the last season we carried a correspondence course distributing printed lessons monthly to 1,070 cities. We arranged for Holiday services including the distribution Sermon pamphlets in 293 cities. Supervisors Synagog Extension conducted correspondence work sending lessons periodically to pupils distributed in 39 cities. Department religious education work for teachers in 1910 we had no publications for teachers. In 1916 we have the Market two text books for teachers. In 1914 we had an exhibit text books reference books and helps for teachers numbering 163 volumes and 200 pictures Etc. Last year the exhibit had grown to 650 volumes and 600 pictures maps and various other accessories. In 1913 we co operated with one teachers organization a fax a a held annual meetings. In 1916 we co operated with eight teacher l%k&lzation8, some which we helped to organize. Publications for pupils in 1910 we had five publications the Market 16,240 text books were sold in that year. In 1916 we had nine Publica exponent Council jewish women. A during november a new Section Campt Cal jewish vow Junen at Amsterdam n. Y., by mrs.? Otto Kempner Brooklyn. The Section was organized with 26 members which has since grown to 78 at a whist party january 25, $72 was realized. At the regular meeting held february 14 Don Synagog British jews a pm grated its services. Owing to the troubled conditions to special Otic if bration was held. The achievement is indeed not a thing to be proud . With All the increase 0mplon, England has Only three Reform Syna goes the London Type the other two being located in Manchester and in i Bradford. The the Reform k Synagog fell in Fps Rod when Reform was very Active. The Hamburg Synagog the first organized institution its kind published its revised prayer Book which brought unassailable sire it min a program was Given a i11010 i contralto Solo by miss Olive Pearson mrs. A. V. Morris Lee gave a paper a Egypt a and g. H. Goldenson Albany n. A gave a delightful talk a what Judaism gave to the which tip greatly end by All present. There has also been organized a class to assist in the red Versy the other Side. Charleston s. C., resuscitated it the old m Reform movement 1824 and in Germany Reform produced a voluminous and serious literature. The English Type Reform a was very a tame. It practically restricted itself to a reduction the torah lesson and the Liturgy and to the abrogation the second m a pm a. It Oil. A. A. 1 % Ltd. Or. A Jas. F?.v .�1 pc w s Law Quot. To Ora. A w. A a reciprocity dal in annual feature i a wow a yet mwpdrm8 m the Brooklyn ngy., Section was observed Esda afternoon few Ary 27. The attendance at this meeting was a splendid one and great interest and enthusiasm was displayed by All those present. The main and a. From my aged chief rabbi Herschell a native London but Educa Ted in Poland and unable to speak English and also Ltd a wry potent Charm Clasine achievements in in Divide ,. \. In a j1 i 0a .v1 Ossa Alistick attire from Paris London and new now vein oar if Teady to Wear act Ford i la eoe a it. Tired he vestments and interest entered Beauty the freshness and from portuguese congregation. Rabaul Del id Meldola and and evening Ujj Piesse win. Spor to Borg president w new York Sec the a the Rem was never officially Tion. Brief addresses were made by mrs. N. Glauber mrs. O. Kempner who is National director the Council Alii the presidents the local pealed although it was practice auxiliary ally disregarded. The late it Herman Adler established a new record by pm Hampp memorial if jump organizations. The held there. His father was much a represented were stricter and refused 60 solemnize a hebrew orphan marriage Between a member up flock and one the ton. The dogmatic Side the Reform was hardly a departure from tradition. The first preacher David suits 1 reception gowns a by a i handsome wraps Asylum auxiliary to jewish Hospital sisterhood Temple Beth Elohim sisterhood Temple Petach Tikvah Young women hebrew association Ben Zion East new York Benevo Chib attractive Coats for town Lahy trial Elf ear Lent society Gree pc consumptive so jewish Aid society i tefillin and in 1846 he a a published a Wolf Marks declared in a letter to Isaac lesser that the members his congregation observed the Law Quot and the Council jewish juniors. Many organizations which could not declaration that he believed in the ultimate restoration Israel to la to up assortment is so Ujj under is Jutow e styles can be so excl silly in i Ings. The meal concluded the afternoon s person sent Greet Estine for without this goal messianic prophecies would be void any meaning. The congregation did not move from its original standards and re plenty can provide. Every City in our land 3, to engage in festivity we Udu Ciuc you Una text books were sold and up distributed. 1 Wii. Ninety six. A a go go a he i joined the Council since last october. I fused about ten years ago to the fourth a and Lac streets. Hundred spend with lavish hands to gratify self to indulge i give evidence the Prosperity that is theirs. National federation Temple 8isterhoods. God making merry be that our indifference is real. We Arel merely thoughtless we have not realized not understood. Whatever the reason Sam a go to put bread into the thin outstretched arms a i a ii a and Little children arms growing thinner with each passing Day eyes larger faces More gaunt. There can be no excuse. Cry misery from across the seas. It uld have Given not what our Prosperity our i pjs the peace and Security should have groaned us to give,1 but at least. We sat Back and waited tent. Consciences demonstration our sym Magnes returned from Europe measurably worse. Witnessed conditions no such moved. Our eyes at Nerica responded pledged 510,000,000 during 1917 i times addition to membership. The Temple sisterhood affiliated with congregation by Nai Israel Bridgeport conn., has joined the National federation Temple sisterhood. The officers Are As follows mrs. Joseph Gilman president mrs. Chab. H. Shapiro vice president mrs. Max j. Buechler treasurer mrs. A. Zimmerman Secretary. Membership one Hundred. Contributions to scholarship a fund. Miss 1c. Jaffa Secretary the Beth al sisterhood Alexandria va., has forwarded a Check for five dollars As the contribution her sisterhood to the hebrew Union College scholarship fund. The ladles auxiliary congregation Beth Israel new Orleans la., has forwarded a Check for ten dollars As the contribution the sisterhood to the scholarship fund. Biennial reviewed at joint meeting. Is the four Temple sisterhood St. Louis mo., frequently have joint an enthusiastic Ana Wei attended meetings under the auspices the meeting the Board directors the new York Section through its Secretary miss Sara x. Schottenfels has announced the adoption a Resolution offering to co operate with the new York state committee the National idea Gap for woman a serfs ii in the event War. The Section some weeks ago tentatively offered its services being the first women s organization to enlist for this patriotic work. Service registration Blanks for designating the kind War work for which each member is Best fitted have been mailed to All the Sec Tion s 2,000 members. Miss Scotten Fels said the response has been excellent. Mrs. N. Tiff Phillips is chairman the service registration committee and among those interested Are mrs. William Torborg mrs. Simon Baruch mrs. Julius Beers a. If. So Tiosen in , mrs. B. Greenhut mrs. Daniel Guggenheim mrs. Frederick Nathan mrs. Sulzberger mrs. Oscar s. Straus and mrs. Joseph h. Schiff. Newly formed Quot jewish religious up Yaj Jefe which a i based More american principles the hospitality its decapitated building. The Hope that theia com str sch he afterwards explained Chautauqua 8qciety Ork Succour. Council St. Louis hoods. On february Madation to modern ideas would keep the altering element within the Synagog has not been quite fulfilled yet we had some ardent workers for the jewish cause coming from this Synagog amongst tymm the late Frederick David Mocatta and the most zealous worker in the cause English Judaism . Claude g. Monteflores. Next to him should be mentioned sir Philip Magnus who once a minister the congregation has been one its devoted workers for years and has become what might be called an orthodox reformer for it was chiefly due to his influence that All attempts to change the Mode worship in the Liberal sense failed realization. R3 Notas from England. If a is the transmission malls badly demoralized already is Apt to grow still worse and our information jewish affairs in Europe is worse than Ever and the Orient simply does not exist for us for Over a year. The Little that we learn about Russia is not encouraging in spite some vague Cable messages speaking an impending improvement. The London papers report that reaction is rampant. The dignitaries the greek Catholic Church find the present min full ill our solemn pledge we Are heedless the Obj action we have assumed incr contributed. While the need it 000 is not be jewish Chautauqua society past week hoods held a reciprocity meeting at i and Many matters vital importance i Btry still too Liberal. Archbishop the b Nai full Temple. The address were discussed. Reports the Vari-1 Ambrosius Osmam Mutti. Delivered by mrs. Lewis efforts weaken a Momena delay is Tal. The joint distribution committee through Talas user but a few weeks ago sent to Europe and palest a a a a i amp Dollar that was in the Treasury. No other am Godlove president the share pm eth ladies society. She was followed by mrs. Samuel Sale vice president who spoke to what i have gathered from the Baltimore mrs. Dases who had indicating marked develop-1 Jesu �llmi����fe�w��r01dti bag pen if some improvement should be introduced. The economic condition appeals that came letter taken feared Severance make it difficult seated ment and great expansion. The report the Twenty Sembly in new Orleans was present-1 Trust certainly be very bad for a showing it to be the most Strong Appeal for the War sufferers is issued signed by Leopold de roths child lord Sway bling and Claude g. Talk a sidelights the i delegates demo present. The missis Monteflores. The Appeal declares that mrs. Pm Gar i Tyraann Sippi Tennessee and Louisiana re a million dollars which is certainly president Temple b Nai he sister Gigious teachers association held a a considerable sum was collected in Hood spoke the a Council St. Joint meeting with the Assembly great Britain and transmitted to a Louls Temple sisterhood its Pur members their association from Ron Genzburg in Petrograd but Dis Samuel Thurman Many communities participating in Tress is still grave. The War Eon a Phikip Phi. I a a a a hip history immediate future and Witk the help America Cut off to amp care would Hab been unit Oak result the grim reaper would have harvested his full crop the helpless souls jewish babes and invitations for the next Assembly were received from Buffalo Chicago Nashville and Washington the latter be a it Ference sympathies unless we can Pic Ich everywhere but in America report degree afflicts our race unless determine a steadily without regret. A. Quot 1 a. I that we deserve with the thought that we Are generous expected be Recreant to our Trust that which is imperative to Light representing the United hebrew ladies Aid society took for her subject Quot an the meeting was interspersed with music and closed with a general discussion a sisterhood activities Natchez xxx x. Uiva Ala my Vul cd Avivi. At the annual election officers be held december 23-27. For the year 1916-17, theg Natchez a Taiym a Bhoj a Temple sisterhood Natchez miss., unanimously re elected the following officers mrs. Ben c. Geisenberger president miss Sophie Lemle vice president mrs. Joseph h. Adell Secretary and a mrs. Louis Fry treasurer. At the same meeting a report the past years activities was presented in the Secretary mrs. Joseph Adell. During the year the sisterhood donated $20 to the hebrew Union College scholarship fund and made a voluntary monthly offering the program t a a a Survey feedings the Assembly is being i work not merely in the Field printed and will soon be ready for Aiso in civilian life. Sir Frederic l. Nathan was appointed a member a commission inquiry into an explosion which destroyed a Large munition Plant. He is also chairman a City having been chosen sessions to an advisory committee for the Manu alcohol not Helm and to obliterate them. Gather pleasure and War sufferers. The study Circle weekly and devoted itself to a study the Bible and jewish history. Throughout the year the sisterhood let its moral and financial it support to the Temple and the religious school. Two the regular meetings were Chew Nathan now in charge the Hal pension the ministry showing the strength this activity and the late sir Nathaniel Nathan the society. More than five Hun judge in Barbados. Isidor Salmon was dred Are enrolled in the afternoon appointed a Branch the and evening classes. It has been de ministry food. He is also promo cited to hold the seventh in Ercolo gently to Ftp Ttye United Nial meeting sunday May 20, at Synagog. Was a Bat Norma n. J., this being the most Mitzvah Celebration in the House the outlining the work for the tired from to to amp co Honto Tarn a summer schools the universities tary. His younger son Godfrey was a a i was presented by the Chancellor. Or. Gar and read the Section european Henry Berkowitz. Owing to the remarkable Success this work the instruction undertaken from the torah while his older Ither my Haftarah and the father officiated As assistant Segan. This is very Likely unique in jewish history in the Case a Man so promo open our schools. Rabbi Louis Wolsey nent in Public life. A counter piece Cleveland o., will a re a course is a Story unfortunately rep i Quot present Day jewish prob j without the name the parties con a a ii a a �8 a in win Germany bowl ten our pocketbooks and give what we can a i adj we can give with the utmost sacrifice let us give it luxuries some our unnecessary comforts that the starving May have a crust i soup at least once a Day Jet bodies worn a that pm a Ren May lose a Little their Gartness to Ipa pot be a ppm a 9ded d lines that bodies May be covered with a few rags from the bitter wind that the shelter less May have Meh to hones. W a awake you and you alone can answer the lems at the University Michigan al session might be enjoyed our f i members the b Nal by Rith at the same time. To have meant in the sense that he would like to place another head them. It the yid dishes Tage Blatt which in a ome War dish paper Lemberg reports that the new Austria emperor has appointed three additional jews As members the House lords. They Are jul pro do Tern Ipie to the jewish congregation Vienna now in his 86th year Baron Louis Rothschild the present head the a wat firm and Here Landesberger president a Bank. Or. Stern is a member an old Vienna family which was prominent there t in the 9msi when the privilege Hving in Vienna was a very much coveted distinction for jews. He was % in former years me Mhz the City Ofra Neil and has devoted his entire time to jewish affairs since the growth antisemitism made things so unpleasant. Baron Louis Rothschild is the oldest the sons the late Baron Albert who was the grandson the founder the Vienna firm Baron Solomon the second f the Quot five his Grandfather Anselm was the first jew to enter the austrian Quot Herren aus in 1861. His father never played any part in Public affairs. Baron Louis seems to have taken considerable interest in jewish affairs since the outbreak the War. And was elected a t trustee the Vienna in a which the House usually was represented by a cashier. Of Landesberger nothing is known except that it is rather comical to see thei president a banking institution called Anglo Bank in the ranks the. Austrian lords at a this moment. Owing to the Complete cessation our mail service with Austria lasting As far As newspapers Are concerned for a whole year it is not known How Many a the previously appointed Peers Are living. A at. The beginning the War there were four professors Gruenhut and Baron von Schey the Vienna University Alois Neumann president the chamber Commerce Reichenberg and Bernhard Peteler a merchant Vienna. Since that time Moritz Bene Dikty editor in chief the Neue Freie Presse was f added. A a Alfred Stern would be the first jew appointed account his official position in the jewish Community while men like Anselm von Rothschild Moritz von Koenig Swarter and Simon von Winterstein were supposed to represent the High finance. Of i. Quot a a Quot a a a i the russian Siren a a a a if through the press publishing company the Quot new new world pfc Cable was received dated february 28, which repeats again the old Story that the jews Russia Are finally to see the Light Day. The author this piece news a must have i Felt that it is very difficult to obtain believers in the. Actual a appearance this sea Serpent and therefore adds that the reactionaries including a a Fri a fall russian patriotic Are urging such a step As a a the i Good behaviour the jewish iof Geef a fit to a War zone. A it is also said that while such a measure May not ? pass the Duma a the promulgation such a jpt�a�i6 a by decree. Would not meet with opposition. The Best part. At the newer is closing remark that if no greater Liberty should be granted the movement in itself shows a change a attitude by the conservatives. A in other words it is the old Story Pithy in expressed in the ghetto adage a Quot be Good and ill Promise you something.?. In strict Harmony with this View is a state ment found in the yiddish a daily courier Chicago coming from one ? Captain Trompeter the Zion mule f corps. This Man is said to be Veter it an the japanese Star who f after a that War returned Luj Titi Iii a dirt my a ated there from a University and afterwards settled in Palestine where be was outbreak Iff the presen War. This gentleman has somewhat bold an Bitio. Of gathering All he jews the world a Jpn to Bear arms whom a Jik is limit a that America could furnish 200,900, under his Flag and proposing to conquer with their Aid Palestine which has room for 12,000,000 per pm a for All the jews the universe. Captain is conservative enough to his trumpet to three four millions who a could from the Start establish the jewish state. I he is convinced that the allies a need merely hold out such a Promise to the jews a obtain-1 not merely the support the latter but also definite Victory. So Captain Trompeter winds up his concert with a Quot Zekiah Gedo to putting two and two together it seems that an Effort is being a amp Fps to enlist not merely the Active support american jews which will be a Giralda a matter course their duty As citizens requires it but to enlist their sympathy for Russia which so far has not shown any disposition to meet the most pressing demands her jewish subjects. Let Nve Czar come out with a manifesto and a Protopopoff. Who while recently declared the blackest a reactionaries in the London daily press is now heralded As a great Liberal with a Hill introduced in the Duma declaring the abnegation the Pale settlement. A a pie jewish newspaper to a a la vet my paper 1b not a a Peper Camarilo. A jewish news paper Chres All the news Bluit in Oloe concerns affects jews the Isra Eute is a Iii i Gas jewish newspaper go a mfr Jar Arti founded 1854. J subscribe now. R a a. Sample q09n3br free. The University Minnesota i British subject a jewish literature the Post biblical Elra. Rabbi How about ru88ia? b College Pennsyl jews and the bible.1 american jewry Awah Iyer put by suffering millions feed us save us i representing american jewish Relief committee the Central tee the people s Relief committee contributions should be i where none these Are represented Money May paid to them american israelite Perin bldg Cincinnati s received will be acknowledged i duly forwarded to the in the event War Between the United states and Germany a great Many americans i who stand loyally with the president in his attitude towards Kaiser Wilhelm a government would View with solicitude anything like a formal Alliance with the entente Powers and particularly with Russia. The United states would not enter the struggle to further the plans the ambitions any other Power. Incidentally such furtherance might and probably would become inevitable. Of set is one feb unfortunate peculiarities War. There Are a vast number american citizens who id Inot View with a complacency any Prospect the aggrandizement Russia and the fact that they might happen to oppose a common would hot alter that feeling for sentiments Chat Are based a deep seated 3f0 Elif ounce tip reason Quot can p not amp be changed by Mere a considerations expediency the things that a Russia wants Are As far removed from any in a North English town when another jew entered and abused his co religionist As a Hun with whom he rabbi Louis Witt Little a to amp cd other people present All a pm Mph a ark., at the University Virginia declared that subject to be announced. Rabbi Louis jews and the Kopald Buffalo n. Y., at the uni j was threatened with an involuntary and correspondence is a it act. Withdrew in haste a a Quot i i. A 1 a. The most important Book to american jewry ,��8suedflk�ij�f�gent�e centim3lt� Isaa Mayer now missionary some reports we Are not made As to is Turer j surprised to hear the old Story that report to la Jan esp a a we j the jew has to be saved y becoming . William Ros Emu showing an increase sixty one students in the past year the present enrolment being 340. During the past year Twenty five certificates have been awarded to students who have completed course study and there has been a steady increase in the number Active students. The hebrew society a Philadelphia a has opened t Han to to the Elhel school. One Hun dred and eighty six children were pre Bent at the initial session. A Christian but late these statements Are made in a manner which shows clearly the hostility English Public opinion. Reverend Webster the free Church Scotland pictures to his hearers the danger a Large Asni bet jews who will emigrate after the War and a pares it Hia duty $0 the dmm map Lotf to a text England from Quot the godless Rev. Of Liverpool proves the ieces8ita efforts be cause it would be impossible to exterminate the jews. 3 hip is reminded m Fichte s a no that he wished al jews to Uulu Bave g one so lha t Foaad a american jew Liam. A i by Max b. May a judge the court conk Gnu plea Hamilton county Ohio a a a in amp if t a it a i i a a i. A it. the life and work one who was not Only Judaism al end All the Many the most prominent figure in american Judaism the 19th Century but to whom More than Lish ment american serve that Judaism in this country h the Book has 414 pages Irge Elear Type is Well illustrated with portrait . Wise and contains a list Luc writings prepared by a . A. Avilo Lihtz it a. Of the debt War a tin to coi 1 Educ Ludinig postage. May be wed from this obey f in i Cable ago Monon a he to Wise Mem Cincinnati pen fms a 4sl 14 Smi a a a a Zimm a a in. A i. A. V my kit amp a a a a pm Kip event a it 3 a a a a it cd a i.7$ a 4� my 3bli my i.-, j. It. 5 Yew a. Axt. 1 a ii my s s t my it. M to i Quot a a s3 a a i. A a a a so . A. Ai f \ him re a a avs a a is a

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