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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - September 16, 1920, Cincinnati, Ohio it a t ii b ill a w a Quot Fri i a a l. A a of a. A a m. Itt a f a a a a Aal a it Ltd of t a 1 j a i by to it Lvi n. A a by it Imi a in plan Mif Pic a to by r it th1 Tow Ltd fonts Laniok at Wlton hts Raol Nelmi Tutt til it Chi bad Fth szetat tvs of tiie Anil Ricasa Jet Rte of Agni by imbed a Pic mls a map it Nii of the p>n>o8ed-Liub at the meet Iii at Oart Abad Zeebe shift a a a Alchia As fou Owa a b a t re l t % a a pedal display of the Dewiel emf Fenea at car bad. Tim tevet feb would belief cd mfg Reoti Ima opened in oar Lamia c9m�la>>slo> a Akla Friday Angueta 1920, there Irene Aas emeled does to ninety Dele Gate represent Long the Jewa of 28 countries. Including eleven delegates from America. Numerous messages of greeting were read including one from profit Quot Masaryk. President of new h fall Model the bed hic of c#echo>8iovakla, and j from the provisional american jewish Congress. The first session was opened by it. Iso Motzkin who outlined in Brief the needs for calling the belief conference. He expire need his regret that the joint coir Mittee was not represented Afa the conference Bat said that he hoped that in future Ctm Ferencek of this a a Era a a. By it. B air air featuring the most a try bewitching Uyles in intr it new fabrics and color in i. Ings at our usual Low a prices i let. The woman a shop upon Aston duty Ding seventh and Rem 1. Pm the Only Man in Cincinnati i a lao gives you a Thorold dependable dry genl no and pressing service at Low Cost adj nifty work can to be i passed no Ioa Attar How much you by. Our Auto will Call. a be. Vine Street phone canal Mai Indale Amneh 2210 Reading Road c.57m as795 Mickley the Florist 108 West seventh St t Foo Stu win is a tips. Flowers for All of Corioni. A a of to avow Imit to enal do Soond Agner s artificial Vichy bims it b wac Mir a h b not Viky Tel. Comal 2u� and Mai ii 6174 a in a mess Ela Sefc Helery crutches Trusas abdominal bits invalid chairs att Emmet or Vaie Rixham ii a Dwarf me sack n. B. Cor. So Voith and Mia. New store is not located at Ture the jewry of the whole Wor would he fully represented. In the afternoon session was elected. A pres Ludlum composed of the following prof. Simonsen advocate Sll Saberg or. Salkind or. Bra Baum. Do. Motzkin minister Solo Zeitchik. Or. Singer Morris re thai Berg and Abee Tein. Slosberg and Temkin of Russia presented reports on the jewish situation in Russia and Ukrain la. Of special Yijin Portano was Engineer Temkins defiled report on the pogroms in a Kralina. There were 568 pogroms and the number of dead was Over 138,. He told of thousands in Russia who w Ere dying of starvation and said that there were Over 130,000 homeless orphans. It was later decided to print the he port of Temkin on a Kralina in an official a Black Book a to be published in five languages. Saturdays i session was devoted to the following reports Salzman for Canada Renner for constantinople Cohen for Holland Bitman for Switzerland Schwak for France prof. Simonsen for Denmark and or. Ehrenpreis for Sweden. Sundays session heard the further of its of Meyer for England a Cohen for Scandinavia or. Berger for Vilna a amp tor top amp of tor Salonika and Baruch Zuckerman for America one of the meet mix it Orta it events of the session was when Anita Muller of Austria reported on the condition in which the 400,000 homeless jewish orphans find themselves in Vienna and appealed for their Early emigration. In answer to her Appeal announcement w As made that the South african jews have already cabled a subscription of 140,000 pounds in behalf of these orphans. It was suggested that a Central protective organization be formed which would concern itself exclusively with the welfare of the jewish orphans and that special measures should be taken to obtain for this organization the necessary financial support. A number of delegates at the conference formed themselves into a Dpi or talc faction with the object of making the present methods of Relief More democratic. This Section was led by David Nomberg Yefroykin Baruch Zuckerman and Morris Meyer. The next two sessions of the Relief conference were mainly taken up with the question of help As opposed to immediate Relief for the jew s of Europe. In Titis connect to the work of the a cent distribution committee of America was sharply criticized. In a speech advocating the proletariat Lon of the jewish people of end Ltd get barudi Zuckerman said that not a single american Dollar that w As Given for Relief purposes should have gone for immediate help. It was understood he said that immediate help would be taken care of by the lands Vanschaften or organizations of relatives and friends. He warned the conference that neither he nor his colleagues will take part in an organization w hic will work Only for imme Diate help. There must be created a Central Relief body. The conf race should openly declare to the joint distribution committee that its present policy of reducing the jewish people of Europe to a Schnorr Erst will Only ruin the jewish nation. Engineer tem Ken was also outspoken in his criticism of the joint distribution committee add declared that its Many millions were Only being wasted Hirough the methods at present employed. Temkin also supported Zuckermann a demand for the proletariat Lon of the jewish masses in Europe. The defense of the joint do Strimbu to lbs committee was taken up by professor Simonsen and advocate slips Herg. Hosberg denounced Zucker Many a demand for greater Prol Ocariza ton say that Eastern a Fewry will never permit those of the extreme left to decide for them. He said he hoped that Zuckerman does not express the opinion of the whole american jewry in this matter for the joint in Strimbu Tion committee had certainly done Good work and deserves better App re Dalton. In connection with Zucker Maui a speech the conference found very interesting the report of or. Ence declare itself for having Tom 8ab> Bath and a Ahmath observed in All Tea Relief insult Timis that Ali to be created in Europe. A com promm was finally arrived at which Satla aed the orthodox element completely. Thursdays season was mainly devoted to the problems of Ming Ratola Bernhard Mahan of the Berlin Holft Verein proposed the establishment a of time organization to control in Fig ration and to protect the Imit Gran i by establishing branches at every important Center. It was also suggested that a Bank be established to Aid in the mass emigration of Eastern Europe. At the last session of the conference the following resolutions were att opted 1. A the question of immediate Hel a the conference decided that As far As possible no Cadi contrib tons should be made. Instead Deal note funds should be provided with which Are to be instituted orphan asylums hospitals sanatoriums and similar Ion Sti Tutins. 2. Constructive conference decided to create credit and cooperative societies in every land also Central backs which will be easily accessible to the masses. This resold i Tion urges the jews of Western Europe to buy shares in these Central Banks and to provide the jews of Eastern Europe with raw material and the Necee secy machine in. The Resolution further provides for the opening of Trade schools and especially to a encourage jews to take up agricultural welfare of jewish was decided that there be created a National body which will organize schools find Homes for the children find people to adopt the orphans open agricultural and technical schools and Aid the wounded and helpless jewish soldiers 4. Stormy debates the emigration committee decided to elect a so Ecial committee which is to work out some plans on the emigration question and bring in recommendations to a future meeting. After some addresses by Nahum Sokolow Morris Rothenberg advocate Sliosberg and or. Motzkin the con Ference Ivas brought to a close late Friday afternoon August 13th. After much heated discussion the conference elected a Central committee of 28 to carry into effect the various resolutions and plans adopted by the conference with regard to reconstruction emigration and constructive Relief. The new Central committee will have it Headquarters in in Inion and is at present composed of the following sir Stuart m. Samuel or. David Joch Eiman chief rabbi or. Chejpes chief rabbi or. Ehrenpreis prof. Simonsen prof. Pick Anita Muller or. Churg Lii or. Solovei Jileck or. Salkind or. Motzkin or. Yefroykin or. Heilman Farbstein Tapian Kramer Klumpel Bernhard Mahan Meyer Kohn Emil Margolis Kaufman Neil rower Rose Marin Brenson Klee Rac Hollowitch Salzman a Vocate Sliosberg and Engineer Temkin. This Central committee is empowered to elect an Secu Tulve committee to be Coppos pm of nine members. The american delegates to the conference did not see their Way to join at present this new committee but provision was made that the conference be empowered to add to their number the american members when they so desire. 12b West Fourtly Street Edward a. Forter to a. Cancer Brucks 8on�?T>. Plo Bisti you Art cordially invited. A. George Avenue end Boer dwell Atlantic car. N. J. Beij Burkowitz a offering special rate lop the fall season. E and healthful l a drink in bottles a Susan refreshing a i Goldberg in which he said that the jews of Lithuania were developing a Strong inclination for agriculture. He declared that there were at present More than nine Hundred families who desired to Settle on farms. The lithuanian jewish National Council had already settled fifty of these families. At the next session there was further criticism of the work of the Point distribution committee. Chief rabbi or. N. Vhf entries of Stockholm condemned the joint distribution cd unit tee for ministering Only to thes physical needs of tie East european jewry and entirely neglect Fang their spiritual wants. Or. Ehrenpreis cd nil need by giving life cd Ferenee a report regarding the plight of the jewish students in Europe. In Russia and a Kralina he stated there Are no less than half million children who Are absolutely without any schooling. In Vienna 92 per cent out of seven thousand students Are from Eastern Europe. Of these is per cent Are suffering from tuberculosis and 43 per cent from malnutrition. Rabbi ehrenpreis concluded his speech by declaring that there is no reconstruction w Orthy of its name Wlinich does not consider the jewish spiritual Wanto. At the same session rabbi Hoffman of the icon do Mizrachi caused a storm a in a Iii a. In their closing addresses or. Motz kid gave an outline of the great and diff Milt work which confronted the world. Nahum Sokolow so cited that Job St european jewry could not in Ito present co Difton Hope to accomplish anything without the help of american jewry. In a special Cable summarizing the accomplishments of the Relief conference William Ediin one of the delegates of the american jewish Congress to the conference says As Collona a the conference at Carlsbad where for eight Days were discussed and considered various ways of aiding the jews of Eastern Europe was successful in showing that the Relief problem is one that affects the jewish nation As a whole and in demonstrating the right method for the future a Riley work. A was a whole the conference was very interesting it brought out new thoughts and opinions through the Pilsen cd and action of the most prominent and Cha leaders of european jewry. The conference was an important step in the movement to unite the jews of the world in one great nation and to make them More conscious of their nationality and More influential in world affairs. A the joint distribution committee made a great mistake in not taking part in the Relief conference. I have a private of this from one of the pedal representatives of the committee who happened to be at the conference. The delegates from America Are Gio atly satisfied with the work of the conference although they were forced to refuse to take places in the new executive committee since they did not have the instructions of the people 8 Relief and the american Congress to do so. A the cd it a Ference was of special importance from the moral standpoint As Nahum Sokolow brought out in his closing speech when he said that the a conference was an important step in the movement for an All inclusive jewish world it will be noted that the delegates coming from the United states had Little or no influence in the convention. The american agencies for the Relief of the jewish War sufferers in the War zones were severely criticized Moro especially the joint distribution committee and their methods condemned. As a result the delegates from the United states withdrew from the organization. The oar bad meeting affords another instance of the inability of act in unison. At the Bottom of the disagreement lies the vexed question of a jewish nationalism a 01 dual nationalism which in the final analysis is at Best a myth brought Wlton dangerous possibilities. Blaming Mother eve. Over 1,300 were colled on for Over 1,300 St Nogra a Nelson graduate you Are absolutely so re of a Good Poelt Lon ��<1 for free cat log. Apropos of the University of Penn Sylvania a assyrian tablets exonerating eve from All complicity in the sad business of the Apple mrs. William Herbert president of the working girls vacation society said in new York a so eve did no to tempt Adam after All so Adam fell of his own Accord Well in a not surprised. It reminds Ine of or. Downe. A does or. Down Bear his misfortunes like a Man a a lady asked. A exactly ilk a Man a answered another lady. A he blames a on has to Rex to trip naut t i. I / a a a a. ,. Or a l.1. R i a a a j or. S. K a t a u. I. 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