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Central Ohio'it Onl^ Jeivish Newspaper Reaching Every Home A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME Devoted lo Jljitrkan atiJ Jewish Idtali Volume IX — No. lo COLUMHU.S, (MIU), .MARCH 5, 1./26 Per Year $3.00; Per Copy loc Hakoah, World-Famed Jewisli Athletes Are Coming to Anierica Much-Heralded Champions of Europe Plan Series of Soccer Matches in This Country HAS FIVE THOUSAND MEMBERS IN VIENNA NEW YORK.—']"lir modern Mat-ca- Ikcs liaVc .swept aside olipositioii on the Continent, have cros';cd the channel and taken thc measure of Britain's best and imw they look longinRly to America for new laurels. And whai is Plakoah? Who are these men of misht who have set out to show that thu Jews of hKlay respect brawn as wc[l as brain? Vienna knows thc aiLswcr. In fact, all i of Austria, alt of Europe is familiar with the brilliant record of thc Hakoah Club, thc fanions Jewish athletic organ¬ isation. Hakoah, in Hebrew, nicans strength. Hack in 1!>07, a ^roup of Budapest Jews decided that athletics as a body¬ builder was not being used enough by thc Jewish people. The potency of David's sling and the power of Sam- Gon's physique; the story of ancient Satn&ons ajid modern strong men of Israel, were well known, but the mil¬ lions of Jews, it was pointed out, re¬ mained a scflentary people, a people of books and libraries and stores and fac¬ tories. And now, after years of planning re¬ sulting from this observation, after years ZION LODGE TO INITIATE LARGE CLASS MONDAY NIGHT, MARCH B One of the largest classes in thc history uf Zion Lodge will bo initiated into thc 1. O. B. H. at a meeting uf thc lodge Mon¬ day evening, March 8 at thc Southern Winter Garden It is expected that all con- Rcicntious members will turn out for thc occasion There will bo exceptionally flnc entertainment on the program; also plenty of good eats. In calling this meet¬ ing President Edelman at the same time urges the members to continue their campaign for new members All applications must be mailed cither to Dr. Goldberg, 328 East State Street, chair¬ man of tho propaganda commit- tee. or I. W. Garek, Secretary. 16 East Broad Street. ' Jew and Christian—Will They Ever Meet? By DR. LEE J. LEVINGER THE HAKOAH'S CHAMPION¬ SHIPS IN EUROPE Soccer —1924-5. Wrestling —1924-5. Chess —1924-5. Swimming —1925. Hockey —1924-5. Aquatics —1925. of organization, and years of develop¬ ment on the athletic held. Hakoah is coming to America,—coming to America, Council Immigrant Aid Ofiicers Make Stirring Appeal to the Public Maintain That Present Immigration Laws Separate Families and ReHult In Deliberate Bigamy XEW YORK CITY.—Ill an article contributed to Thc Sttrzvy o\ February I")tb, on thc .subject, "Shall We tVnc Alien Families a Chance?" Mids Florinj Lasker of New' Vork City, National\ Cliainiian of thc Department of [mini' Kraut .*\id, ot the N'ationaf Council of Jewish Women, state; tbat the present itniniKration law.s make fur the separa' tion of families and result iu many hub- bands committing bigamy and virtually abandoning^ their families. "Arc we ready/' asks Miss Lask<T, "to say to noncittzcns—men who have eontrihuted perhaps to the industrial and cuUriral life of this country even though they have not yet been drawn into its political structure—r-'Take yonr choicL*. Go back to thc countries frotn which you How of ton the tiucstion arises—wilt we ever (mile with one religion? Will Jew and (Christian ever become (me in belief, in riciion, in social life? Histui> seems to speak' against it. Prcjndiee antt persecution, proielytisni and pcrsu-ision have divided rather than uuited lis these nineteen centuries. We began to^^ether; thc underlying faith in Gud and love of man arc llie same. But we have are own houses of worship, our nwn places of assembly, our own religions teaching an<l practices; we know little of each other; wc have growii very far apart. One achievement wc already share— we have learned that the moral teach¬ ing of-Jew and Christian is the samC/ and have beKun to join together in moral and civic movements The follower of Moses and the prophets can join haiulst with llie follower of Jesus and Paul in the struggle for peace among men, lor justice to thc poor, for the rise of virtue and thc downfall t}i vice. All mull and women who will the goud, whatever tlie terms in which they con¬ ceive thill good, can and most be coni- plutuly at one in their search for some ways to accomplish it. r.ut there arc so many doctiincs in \^hic)l ^vu lire not at one. Even withiil tlu'* confines (t( one religion, there is much room for difference of opinion, and do/en.s of denominations have sprung up during the past century on thc same basis of belief. In fact, with the growinjf freedom of religious coii- victi<Hi and the growing ability of people to think for themselves, there has been an incicase, not a decrease in tlic num¬ ber of denominations in this country. ferentl>, and lliat these difTcreiices arc increasing constantly. This would be a terrible world if everybody thought alike There would be no <liscussion, no argument, no change for majorities lo win or for tnhiorities to possess their own souls. Above all, there would be no change, and no pos¬ sibility for progress. Ilul this is not likely ever to come about. People arc different by natural cnnstiUiiioii—William James, the great philosopher, used to call thein "lender minded and tough minded". The tender minded are the mystics, who yearn for ( peace and turn to God for help. Thc tough minded arc thc rationalists, who see a moral way'to live and decide to frillow it A<i the best way for working out iheir own salvation. Each of us belom;<^ to one of these groups, and each of u.s has some sympathy for the other group, too. So the many religions, tlie many churches, the many points of cicw, are largely founded on luiuian na¬ ture and wil] never he entirely the same. .\s soon expect all men to agree in poli¬ tics as in religion. What we need is not aflrrvmciit bnt tiiu/i'rstaiuiin;/, I-'or international peace, .*\mericans need not become* English, nor English I'-rench; wo need simply world-wide sym¬ pathy and love Foj iiitci-religious peace, Jewi need not become Christians nor Christians KABBI LEVINGER TO RE¬ VIEW NEW BOOK "ISRAEL" BEFORE LOCAL HADAS¬ SAH Rnbhi Lcc J. I^cviiigcr will re¬ view Ludwig Lewisohn's new bonk, "Israel", at thc next meet¬ ing of the HndaBsah which will be held Wednesday, March 10th, at 2:30 p. m., nt thc Columbus Hebrew School. 558 E. Rich St. Much ef importance will lie taken up at this meeting and a report will be made of the linen shower contributions and cash donations. All Hadassah mem¬ bers arc urgently requested to be present. Mile. Maxa Nordau Lectures on Life of Her Illustrious Father Luncheon Arranged for David Brown at Lazarus Store Tuesday National Chairman of United Jewish Campaign WiU Discuss Con<fitioTw of Jcrws In European Lands NO FUNDS TO BE ASKED FOR AT THIS MEETING Mr. David A. Ilrown, National Chair¬ man of tlie (.'riited Jewisli Campaign, and leader of many niovemcnts of a phjlan- tliropic nature, will be the luncheon guest of a committee of nromtneiit local Jewi, Tuesday afternoon, March 'hh, at the Lazanis Store, at 12:.'!() at whicii time he will disciihs thc isbiics of the big *l."V,O0O,00l) campaign now in progress throughout the roimtry. A group of representative Columbus Jews have been Says That Anthor of "Conventional Lies" Was Misunderstood; Was An Idealist and Not a Skeptic, Daughter Staten N'EW YORK. p. T. A.)—Mile. Maxa Nordau, distinguished l''reiich ar¬ tist, and daughter of the late Dr. Ma.^ Xordaii, addressed a 'large audience when she gave her lirst American lecture at Town Halt on Saturday. Most com¬ ment was passed on MUc. Nordau's re¬ markable English, extraordinary for u burn Frenchwoman. Speaking on "Remini\ci:nces of My Father", Mile. Kordau described the life 4nd work.% of the great Jewish Phi¬ losopher in personal, intimate glimpses Jews: we need simply a growing knowI-|„f i,;^ private life. His most intimate the land of sports, to show what Eu- j ^--ime, for wc wilt not -let your wivo? ropcan Jewry lias done to dispel the belief that Jews hav6 developed their mentality at the expense of their phy¬ sique. Individual Jewish .stars are not un¬ known in America, but the story of Hakoah, the story of Jewish team play and Jewish organization on the athletic court, is something new. America has its Benny Leonard in the boxing arena, its Benny Friedman on thc football lield, but as a group it has not developed any championship, Jewisb ifjuads. Not that Hakoah rests content with champion- :>hips. For the program of Hakoah in¬ volves not so much the development of winning team as the spreading of a and children join you here: or remain alone in this country where ^ou are now comfortably estahlislicd, for it is lietter under the circumstanci:.-^ to forget the wiv,e.s and children left behind.' "Wc have spoken with hundreds nf men who, faced with these two alterna¬ tives, have accepted thc one or the other. Some there are who, satisfied that they must abandon alLhope of ever brhiging their wives ami children to the Unitcrl States^ have elected to return to their native lands, even though this meant beginning life anew—often life with- (uit the [Kissibility of eking out a decent existence.' Snnie there are who, satis¬ fied of the impossibility of having their program o£ physicM «lucatioti for thc | [^,„i,i„ j„j„ „„,„ ;„ „,j^ ,„„„„y_ ,,„^ average citizen. ' Five thousand members of Hakoah in Vienna testify to the extent of this pro¬ gram. More than five hundred of this numher arc young women who have .sensed the signiiicance of' this modern movement and who participate in sports of various sorts. From the roster of Hakoah is recruited every teani that sports the club'y colors,—and with a startlingly successful result. Hakoah is the undisputed soccer ehampion of Europe, having taken first honors for the last two years. In wrestling thc championship also rests with Hakoah over the same period. So, too, in hockey. So, also in chess. In swimming and other water sports Ha¬ koah also has made every contender bend the knee. So much so, tlint the name Hakoah on the European athletic field has come to mean supremacy. Tt was in 192^ that Hakoah covered iContittui'd on pane 4) Hartman Theatre Is Secured for 1. 0. B. B. Minstrel Show, April 25 Performance This Year Will Surpass AH IVevinuff Shows—About 75 To Be in The Cast %y^ ^^ President Edelman of Zion Lodge, No. ti2, I. O. B. B. has just announced that he has secured the Hartman Theater for this year's minstrel shoiv which will take place Sunday evening, April 25. With much keen anticipation thousands of Qironicle readers arc looking for¬ ward to this extraordinary event. ' From present indications the affair will draw a record-breaking crowd and "go over big»" The wonderful talent that is being marshalletl together insures a real treat for those who will be privi¬ leged to witness the presentation. As in former years Sid Kitey, veteran Columbus minstrel coach, will direct the affair. The complete cast will be an¬ nounced in a forthcuiniiig issue of the Chronicle. MMij^^222S^Mli Tlieic is no <iigiT that people are grow ing to think more alike—there arc many] we not all brothers? iiulications that they are thinking dif-' created us all?" edge of each other, a growing sympathy wilh each other, a growing opportunity to,labor together in the works of right¬ eousness. Finally we will come to rea'lize, as thc prophet Malaehi told us long ago: "Are las not one God accepted their fate, consoling themselves by forming new -ties — thus Virtually abandoning their families abroad. In numher.s of cases we hai-c known men to comnitt bigamy deliberately." Mis>» Cecilia Razovsky. Secret^ify of the Council's Department of Immigrant .Aid« contributes to the same issue of ! Rlanpied. 77ic 5H(-tv.v an article on "These Fami-1 Mrs, Archibald Silverman, of Vi\>\- ideiice, R.- I., ^poke un the tremendous Judge Florence Allen Addresses Council of Jewish Women Jtnlge Florence .\. Allen, of the Su¬ preme Court of Ohio, spoke on "We are the State," at the regular meeting of the Columbus Section, Coimcil of Jewish Women; )ield last Weilnesday afternoon at the Rryden Road Temple. Miss Allen described the disorder causc<l hy the world w^r and explained that nations must l>e dealt with the same as individuals. "Wc cannot prevent war.'f Mis> .'\,llcn sai<l, "until moral standards are established aiul preserved." She felt that we should not indulge in destructive criticism which is most harm¬ ful and that it is absolutely necessary to abide hy thc ten commaiidnients. "Law nmst be all-powerful," Mi>s .Mien emphasi/ed. "Star," ijy Roger, jmd "Jean," by Strauss, two lovely vocal selections, were rendered - most beautifully by Mrs. J. Malcolm Strelitz, of Marion, who wa^ accompanied on the piano In Mrs. John companion for many years, Nordau's daughter was able to reveal many hith¬ erto unknown incidents in the life of one who is universally regarded as one of the most colorful personalities of the ia-it half-century. Mile. Nordau spoke of hcr father's desire to come tn ^Vinerica because he ' was of the belief that .\mcrican Jewry Mrs. Harry Zeiger was in charge of I ,^,^,i i,(.comc the richest .spiritual center. the entire aHair and was assisted by Miss Julia Stpinfcid as vice-chairman. The following women were in charge of Ijiothii and oth^r details: *l\c ilesdann-^s Joseph Basch, T..ouis Kahn, Marcus H. Burnstine, II. II. Cohen, Morris Mitchell, H. Freidenberg, Fred Lazarus, Jr , Max H. Rieser, S. D. Edelman, A. W. I-ocb. B. Budd, Dave Levison, William Hersch, AI Jlowman, Leo Yassenoff, and Miss Mary Locwenstnn. Mr. Leonard Kohn was in charge of the wheel. Fancy goods, home-made candies, cakes, .landwiches of all kind.s and drinks were sold from various beauti¬ fully decorated booths. Thc women in charge of thc respective booths were dressed in suitable fashion. Bob Mc- Cullough'.s orchestra furnished the dance miisic. The uflicers and those in charge of this affair wish to thank all those who helped make il thc brilliant success it nas. lieA Want a Cluncc," cithig cases in which the piesent innnigration laws work great hardships and extreme suf¬ fering and whicli bear out the conten¬ tions of Miss Lasker, in her plea for a modification of the existing l,iws. Miss Razovsky was invited by the Im¬ migration and Naturalization Conmiittee of the Hrooklyn Chamber of Commerce to appear before it and discuss-*^the sug- geste<l amendment; to the law, with the result that many of thc rccommcnda-. tions were adopted by that body. Important Dates to Remember March 10 — Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt will speak at Central High School. In her honor Mrs, Vic Donahey will give a reception at the .Mansion. March Vi— Institutional Sewing for the Mary Price home. March lit — Luncheon lecture at I2;;i0 at Chittenden Hotel iinder auspices of Educational Committee of Council- Rabbi Jacoh Tarshish will review, "Na¬ poleon's Wives." March 17 —Welfare Group of City Federation of Women's Clubs will give a luncheon at the N'cil House at twelve o'clock. Judge h'lorence Allen, of the Ohio Supreme Court, wilt speak Mrs. Max Oberndorfer, of New York City, nati<inat cbairman of nuisic of tlie Fed¬ eration will lie a guest at this luncheon. work of the Hadassah and its appeal for the inte^e^t of every Jewiih woman. Twenty-five thousand women in .Amer¬ ica, Mrs. Silverman said, arc helping maintain hospitals, baby homes and clinics for one hundred and ten colonies in Palestine. The prograin of the afternoon \sas in charjte of Mrs. Leo l-'leischer, chair¬ man of the committee on Civics and Legislation, Mrs. Jerome Kohn, jiresiduut, was unanimously elected on thc nominating committee of thc City I'ederation of Clubs. Reports weru read by Mrs. Nathan Gumble and .M Loewenstein. 1 .an ren SPRING FETE GIVEN BY LAZARUS SISTERHOOD PROVES SUCCESSFUL I "Cieiierally, mistaken for a sceptic and I an ironist, in reality my father sacri- ticed everything for ideals," said MUc. Nordau. "AiriiFs" !ric~he~'bfoo3"'a^aiTrsT prejudice. If the world remembers bl as a destroyer, it is because his first and more destructive books have had a wider audience than his later, more pliilosophi- eal, more constructive writings. " My father met all accidents with a stoical shrug of the shoulders; he tried to change the face of thc earth, but accept¬ er his nwn fate with outward equanim- it>. When he was deprived by tlic French Gox'crnment of a fortune dur¬ ing the war, he bravely looked to his pen to recoup his losses," Mile. Nordau is in America for a short lecture tour and art exhibition, which is being held in New York begin¬ ning March 1, sponsored by some of ttie most prominent patrons of art in Amer¬ ica. Tier art work has attracted favor¬ able comment from New York art critics. "IS PROHIBITION RISING OK FALLING?"—SUBJECT OF DR. TARSHISH'S LECTURE If you want to hear a care¬ fully prepared discussion of thu prohibition question, don't fail to attend tomorrow (Sunday) morning's services at the Bry¬ den Ruad Temple. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will speak on "Is Pro- hihitiun Rising or Falling?** A special musical program has been arranged for these servieea. PURIM ENTERTAINMENT EN¬ JOYED BY BRYDEN ROAD TEMPLE RELIGIOUS SCHOOL PUPILS Dr. David Philipson to Speak at Hillel Services Tomorrow Morning Pupils of the Bryden Road Temple Religious School cnjoye<l a set of ten tableaux which were presented last Sun¬ day afternoon at the Temple. Mrs. Elnia Ehrlich Levinger arranged these tab¬ leaux, which told tbe story of Purim. and ashistetl Mrs. Fred Lazarus, Mrs. David Ijivinson aii<l Mrs. Jerome Kohn in directing. Incidental music was fur¬ nished by Mrs. B. W. Abramson. I'rances Ruriistine, Martha Kohn, Sol Morton Isaac, Harold Goldman, Simon Sculler, Simon Lazarus, Jr., David Burn I stine, and Martin Polster took part, I DAVID A. BROWN invited by the arrangements committee to meet Mr. Brown and get first hand information from him. No funds will be solicited at this meet¬ ing, but pl.tns (or undertaking this com¬ munity's share of responsibility wilh rc- y;ard to the hig United Campaii^n will he" outlined. .Any person intcreste<l in hear¬ ing Mr. Hrown can do so by advising :uiy UK mher of the following committee: k.-TrtjtWnlKtlYi—vftHWh~4^*^itlsrnVd- Y.r J. Schanfarlier. This is a rare opixirtunity not only to get posted on conditions in Europe hut t<j meet a Jew who is "unique in his gen¬ eration." TiiK Ciihonui.e: has just received from Dr. Bernard Kahn, European represen¬ tative of thc Joint Distribution Commit¬ tee, a detailed statement of thc serious sittiattoii of Polish Jewry. Economic conditions there today are much worse than at any time during or after the world, war. In some parts of Poland it will even be necessary to open soup kitchens and other similar institutions, not only for the poor working people, bnt .ilso for some portions of thc middle class anil especially for the intcllcgcnt- sia; and all forms of relief may soon be necessary, just as in thc bitter days shortly after the war. \mericau Jewry camiot wait much longer if it wishes to avoid a terrible catastrophe in Jewish life. It is only mere justice that Columbus Jewry joui with the other loyal Jewish communities of tbe United States in coming to the a.ssistance of their stricken brethren across the sea. Thc Spring Fete given last Tuesday evening at the Progress Club under the auspices of the Rose E. Lazarus Sister¬ hood enjoyed a splcmlid suocetiS. Thc club roonit on botb floors were filletl to capacity, the hall being used for booths of various- types aud d;tnciiig, and the secimd itoor for cards and mah jong. Dr. David Philipson, one of America'a most noted preachers and teachers, wUl talk on "Antt- Senutism and Jewish Assimila¬ tion" tomorrow (Sunday) morn¬ ing at Hennick's at 11:00 o'clock. After the rabbi'a address there will be an open forum discussion. Come and enjoy an hour of in¬ tellectual and spiritual pleasure. OUR NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER Starting March Ist AD ams 2954 THE GOOD-FELLOWSHIP DINNER AT HEBREW SCHOOL POSTPONED The arrangement committee of the Good-Fellowship Dinner, which was to be held Sunday. March 7 at the Hebrew School, regrets to announce (hat. owing to the fact that thc reservations did not come in time to enable the committee to make all the necessary preparations to make it an elaborate affair aa it was planned, and also un account of other technical impediments, this affair has to be postponed for another date, which will b« announced later. In the mean¬ time, the committee will contin¬ ue with Its work of improving the planK for a more splendid affair. J. N. F. Committee Elects New Ofiicers .\t a legular meeting of the Jewish National Fuml Committee of Columbus, held Tuesday evening, March 2, the .fol¬ lowing officers were elected for the en¬ suing year: Chairman, Rabbi Dr 1, Werne; Vice Chairman, Dave Bronstein; Reairding Secretary, Miss Rutli Volk; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. I. War- shay, The publicity committee consists of P. Wechter ami M. Bornstein for thc Yiddish press and .Attorneys Harry Schwartz and Robert L. Mellman for thc English press The secretary reported that over $500 has been collected in Columbus for the Jewish National Fund since August 2, l!>2ri. The proceeds of this Fund are used exclusively for the reclamation of the land in Palestine as the inalienable property of the Jewish People. Plans are being made for the presen¬ tation of a play in the near future, the l>roeeeds of which will go to the J. N. F, !\\\y Jewisli organisiation hi the city, in¬ terested in the rebuilding of Palestine as the National Homclanil for the Jewish People, is cordially invited to select at least two delegates to represent I't on the Jewi.>>h National Fund Committee. Reg¬ ular meetings are held on the firat Tues¬ day of each month at itie home of Rabbi Dr. Werne, 5(18 Sotith Eighteenth St, ii^is^it..\:r^\m^
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|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1926-03-05, page 01|
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Central Ohio'it Onl^
Jeivish Newspaper Reaching Every Home
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME
Devoted lo Jljitrkan
Volume IX — No. lo
COLUMHU.S, (MIU), .MARCH 5, 1./26
Per Year $3.00; Per Copy loc
Hakoah, World-Famed Jewisli Athletes Are Coming to Anierica
Much-Heralded Champions of
Europe Plan Series of Soccer
Matches in This Country
HAS FIVE THOUSAND
MEMBERS IN VIENNA
NEW YORK.—']"lir modern Mat-ca- Ikcs liaVc .swept aside olipositioii on the Continent, have cros';cd the channel and taken thc measure of Britain's best and imw they look longinRly to America for new laurels.
And whai is Plakoah?
Who are these men of misht who have set out to show that thu Jews of hKlay respect brawn as wc[l as brain? Vienna knows thc aiLswcr. In fact, all i of Austria, alt of Europe is familiar with the brilliant record of thc Hakoah Club, thc fanions Jewish athletic organ¬ isation.
Hakoah, in Hebrew, nicans strength.
Hack in 1!>07, a ^roup of Budapest Jews decided that athletics as a body¬ builder was not being used enough by thc Jewish people. The potency of David's sling and the power of Sam- Gon's physique; the story of ancient Satn&ons ajid modern strong men of Israel, were well known, but the mil¬ lions of Jews, it was pointed out, re¬ mained a scflentary people, a people of books and libraries and stores and fac¬ tories.
And now, after years of planning re¬ sulting from this observation, after years
ZION LODGE TO INITIATE
LARGE CLASS MONDAY
NIGHT, MARCH B
One of the largest classes in thc history uf Zion Lodge will bo initiated into thc 1. O. B. H. at a meeting uf thc lodge Mon¬ day evening, March 8 at thc Southern Winter Garden
It is expected that all con- Rcicntious members will turn out for thc occasion There will bo exceptionally flnc entertainment on the program; also plenty of good eats. In calling this meet¬ ing President Edelman at the same time urges the members to continue their campaign for new members
All applications must be mailed cither to Dr. Goldberg, 328 East State Street, chair¬ man of tho propaganda commit- tee. or I. W. Garek, Secretary. 16 East Broad Street. '
Jew and Christian—Will They Ever Meet?
By DR. LEE J. LEVINGER
THE HAKOAH'S CHAMPION¬ SHIPS IN EUROPE
Soccer —1924-5. Wrestling —1924-5. Chess —1924-5. Swimming —1925. Hockey —1924-5. Aquatics —1925.
of organization, and years of develop¬ ment on the athletic held. Hakoah is coming to America,—coming to America,
Council Immigrant Aid Ofiicers Make Stirring Appeal to the Public
Maintain That Present Immigration
Laws Separate Families and
ReHult In Deliberate Bigamy
XEW YORK CITY.—Ill an article
contributed to Thc Sttrzvy o\ February I")tb, on thc .subject, "Shall We tVnc Alien Families a Chance?" Mids Florinj Lasker of New' Vork City, National\ Cliainiian of thc Department of [mini' Kraut .*\id, ot the N'ationaf Council of Jewish Women, state; tbat the present itniniKration law.s make fur the separa' tion of families and result iu many hub- bands committing bigamy and virtually abandoning^ their families.
"Arc we ready/' asks Miss Lask