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(Jewish Telegraphic Agencjr) Loudon —Vilna lias fully r<covered from the impositions of General Zcll gouski and his adventurers who have ; completely withdrawn into the track• 1 ground, according to advices received • here from Lithuania. The local gov- . eminent has abolished all restrictions , with*regard to passports, with the re sult that goods is freely entering into Vilna. local Jews being the chief in - j terinediaries. Lithuania proper is similarly situated ami. as a result, the country is in a complete state of pros perity and all its- accompanying bene-; fits. JEWS ADOPTING BRITISH NA TIONALITY. (.fpwinli Telegraphic Agency) London (inc I mud red and twenty two wore granted naturalization in this city during tin* month of March. A great majority of tin.* applicants wore Jews. Subscribe to the Jewish Nows. i Zionist World Leaders Appeal to Jewry (Continued from Puge One.) (Continued from Page One.) i ooine I lie multitudes that are anxi ously awaiting the hour of restora tion. In the hope of a restored Zion, CHAIM WHIZMANN. President of the World Zioust Organi zation. Menachein Ussichkin, Sell urn ryn Levin. Hen Zion Mossenson. Members of Zionist Commission to Halted States. A Call to Orthodox Jewry of America by President of Mizrarhi Organiza tion. The President of the World Zion ist Organization. Dr. Chaim Weiz . uiiinn, has issued an appeal for tin support of the “Keren Hayessod” by ! the Jews of America. The “Keren Hayessod*’ or “Pal estine Foundation Fund” was estab lished at the Zionist Conference held in London last summer and participat ed in by delegates from all countries and all Zionist federations. The ac tivity for the “Keren Hayessod” is ' now intensively nud enthusiastically living carried on by all sections of the Jewish people striving for the re habilitation and the reconstruction of Hie Jewish National* Homeland in Pal - estine. Only in America has the work of the “Keren Hayessod" until now. unfortunately, been hindered. At the uununl convention of the Mizrnclii Organization of America held i in Baltimore five months ago, it was then resolved that, when the “Keren Hayessod” campaign would In* launch -1 «*d in America by the World- Zionist Organization the Mizraclii would co operate to the fullest extent and would render nil moral and financial support, for the Mizraehi, as the religious-na tional party in the World Zionist Or ganization is ready to assume its full share of the holy task for providing the means for the development of Pal estine. The time has now come to transform our speech into action. I Every Jew. whatever his affiliation ! or sympathies, must and indeed will at this crucial moment do all in ids : power to aid tile "Keren Hayessod” campaign in America so that tile neces sary sums may be raised wherewith | to redeem the soil of Palestine and to accomplish thp industrial growth and 1 development of ouXrlnud. udder the ■ supervision of tin* special Economic Council, which is a part of tin* World ! Zionist Organization. But upon the great masses of orth -1 odox Jewry and upon the Mizraehi members there rests an even greater ' obligation to help bring about the suc cess of the "Keren Hayessod.” for to fids stauueh element of our people Judaism was ever interlinked with Na tionalism. and to them the establish ment of a National Homeland in Pal estine was always synonomous with the revival of that, great spiritual cen ter which would radiate the message and vital force of Judaism to all corners of the Diaspora. And now that the long-awaited time has come, now when the realization of the historic Jewish ideal awaits hut the full-hearted expression of the Will ' « f tin* Jewish People, who then shall be in the front rank of activity for the vast Jewish masses, the orthodox Jews, the devoted Jews, the Rabbis, the pious Jews. Jews, rich and poor, ready, one and all. to work and to build? In the name of the Mizraclii Or ■ ganization of America. I therefore call i in tills solemn moment on the eve of the great Jewish festival of Freedom, upon orthodox Jewry of America, to fulfill tin* holy duty that rests upon ; us. to work for the "Keren Hayessod” 1 with nil the earnestness and devotion ' nt our command. Let the holy summons go fortli-froui ! the pulpits of the synngogs of Ameri ! on on these snored holidays to remind ! every Jew of the duty that awaits him ' to do and to give his utmost, to bring the free will offering that Israel may lignin be restored to its home. The • call goes out to all of you. I orthodox Jews of America. Let your answer be ready and full-hearted and i unanimous! MEYER BERLIN. President, Mizraclii Organization of America. Rabbi Franklin Delivers Constructive Address (Continued from Taco One.) like answer to the chart's tlmt liai«l l*een mado against tin* .lows l:y tlioir enemies. It is a document that will become classic in our literature. Itut ft* nit* its importance lit*s loss in its contents than in tin* character of its signatories. Here. ft»r the first time in all om* history, is a concrete il lustration .of tin* fiit-t Unit in times of great crisis in (lit* s|iiritual lift* of tho ,7t*w. wt* ran. as wo sliounl. forget tin* differences that divide ns ito groups anti sfftjons and speak out as with oik* vtiirt* in bflinlf of onr people. Deplorable Conditions Ahroati. ‘•Wonls are lot* weak to d- erihe the penury and the poverty, the siif- ( THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS fering, moral and physical, of which ' our h ret hum across the seas coutiuue to be the hapless victims. All iufor ! mat ion coming from Eastern Europe : in regard to the condition of our peo pie U of necessity more or less iuude . t;uate anti unreliable. But there art' some evidences that happily the physi cal condition of the Jews in Poland and in some parts of Russia is at least no worse, if it is not even sorne : what better .tliau it was before the ' war. In those countries, formerly rep resented by the Central Powers, liow- I ever, the situation has become in , ' creasingly more horrible. There gaunt hunger stalks in the. land and men. ! women and children by the thousands 1 | are unquestionably (loomed to certain ‘! destruction unless food,, fuel and clothing am speedily provided for them in something approaching a sufficient quantity. Anti-Semitism in its most virulent, forms is reasserting itself in Germany, and Austria. Evidence is not lacking, I it may be said in passing, that in | great part the anti-Semitic crusade J that has been sweeping England. Franco and America is German in its) origin. Anti-Semitic Congress. "During the week of March 10. 11121, there was held in the City of Vienna [ mi Austrian anti-Semitic Congress at; which resolutions were passed calling 1 for a World anti-Semitic Congress to j Im* held the coming fall In Budapest j and a Central Bureau was created to; get in touch with anti-Semitic ecu-j tors tliruout the world. Provision was < definitely made at tills meeting, ac- j ! cording to authenticated press reports. | for anti-Semitic demonstrations to he held at least once a month in every provincial capital of Austria. These resolutions also called o n the govern ment to expel alien Jews at once and in no event later than this present mouth of April or to accept responsi bility for grave consequences. “In Berlin preparations are being made to repeat the pogroms of a few weeks back. In Munich Jewish stud : cuts attending lectures have been dis- j persed by anti-Semitic mobs and. in j ; fact, in every city in Austria and Gor. J I many the spirit of mob violence [ against the Jew is growing. | “Because we believe that this mob, violence is only a logical step in any j crusade which begins by poisoning the t minds of the people with malicious j ; misrepresentations and especially with 1 ' the charge of a lack of patriotic lo.v alty, aiul because f|ic very iMMsihility ‘j of the calling oft-a world anti-Semitic ' I Gongress in auy part of tne world is 1 ‘ uu affront to the civilization of this j twentieth century and an assault upon fundamental principles not only of I Judaism, hut as well of Christianity, i and because it implies an attempt so ! to set group against group and so tr j create racial and religious hatreds as | must result in the undermining of nil | government, we recommend tlint this I Conference address itself to the great j i church organizations of this country. \ • like the Federal Council of the Church | < f Christ in America, and to the au thorized representatives of the Roman Catholic Church calling upon them as Christian men and women to s|M*ak: out their protest against tin* calling of this World anti-Semitic Conference as subversive of every righteous prin ciple for which religion stands and especially as a crowning insult to the spirit of brotherhood to the spread of; which the Christian Church stands i committed. "And further we recommend that a j petition be addressed to tlid President of the United States and to our .Na tional Congress calling upon them to use such means as may Ih_* at their dis. I posal to suggest to the governments! of such other states amt nations as, they may under the rules of diplomacy, to take all possible measures to pro- j vent the calling of this World anti-i Semitic Congress on tin* ground that i it represents a menace to the peace of the world and to the permanence of democratic Institutions. ‘ Immigration legislation cannot Im> a matter of Indifference to us. as Jews, for. unfortunately, among the victims' of these forms of persecution are vast j numbers of our co-religionists. It b°-j hooves us. therefore, to set ourselves' squarely on record ns to where wo stand in this matter. We believe tlint j we speak for practically all the Jews of America when wo sn >’ that " c would not for one moment sanction flic admission to these shores of any; person who. coming hither, would not lx* prepared to enter heart and soul into the spirit of our institutions: | who would not In* ready to give his i full and undivided loyalty to this I country: who would not come hither j j desiring and determined to make this ' Messed land a home not tally for him ( self, hut also for his children. “We Jews go the full length with i hose who would exclude from Amort-j can hospitality the pnupet. the insane.' the criminal, the anarchist : In fact, nil whose physical or moral defects would logically make them dependents or. what is worse, a source of danger to our country and its institutions. •But on tin* other hand. we ludlpvo that it would be contrary to tlic spirit in which our Republic was conceived nml subversive of the principles upon I which t was Imilded by the fathers, to j ‘•lose the doors of this cooutry in the! face of those who, as the victims of political oppression or religious perse- \ cution, come hither seeking an op- j portunity tQ- live their lives as men, in freedom aud under equal laws, and who, in return for the blessings which | here they 'expect to receive, are eager 1 to accept every duty and to make every sacrifice which American citizenship implies. "And therefore, wc recoin mend that tliis expression of our conviction which we have a right to believe that 1 of the overwhelming majority of Jews in this country, he given the widest possible publicity aud that a copy of this resolution be sent in proper form to the President of the United States and .to every member of Congress. The Specific Work of the Rabbi. "The outstanding importance of these world and national issues must, however, not blind us to the urgent and vital need of meeting rne more immediate problems that press upon j us ns rnblus for solution. I cannot too | strongly insist that the rabbi's first and nyst important task is to build up the religious life of his people. However we may differ among our selves as to our interpretation of Jew ish history and Jewish destiny, we i must stand agreed that, above nil. the’ ‘Jew is a spiritual personality or lie is ; nothing. The irreligious Jew is an. anomaly. The Jew without the Cod consciousness as the very soul of ids 1 I icing loses ids distinctiveness and his identity. Ours it must he. therefore, i as rabbis in Israel, to doci>cn and to I intensify the religious spirit of the peo ple. If in this we fait, we fail- in | everything. "In ail our preaching, the Jewish 1 note mifst lie. dominant. Our peoifle • must lie imbued, when they enter our synagogs. with the distinctive spirit of our faith, not only the ritual service, hut the sermon, the music, the very architecture of the syungog. must ex press the Jewish spirit. This word is timely. I hold, because there is a tendency today, in some quarters, to , believe that a rightful stress, not only j upon tlie special message, hut much. more upon the characteristic spirit of Judaism, lictokcus a narrow attitude j and one that leads to a misconception of tlie part that the Jew should play j in shaping the larger culture of our. times." l»r. Franklin then spoke of the. future of the rabbinate and the need [ of encouraging young n\en to eutari tlds field of wbrk.* life also touchea I on the resignation of Dr. Kohler ns j president of the Hebrew Union College j and voiced the appreciation of the ( work done liy Dr. Kohler as the head , of the school. ■ ‘ li i: . r. >: :• . ' J . I . . Victor Records bring the ' Great Operas To Your Home 4 The Chicago Opera Company will Is* in Dfcnvcr but n few days— j thou Its magnificent performances will Ik* only treasures of your i memory. ! THE V ICT ItOL A AND VICTOR RECORDS PRE SERVE FOR ALL TIME THfi MOST BEAUTIFUL PARTS OF ALL OPERA-S, | SUNG BY WORLD FAMOUS ARTISTS. Perhaps you cun attend only one or two performances — WITH • THE VICTROLA AND VICTOR ■j RECORDS YOU CAN HEAR , ANY PART OF ANY OPERA. i SI NG BY A GREAT ARTIST. I AT ANY TIM 10. 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Among others who par ticipated in the discussion were Sir Stuart Samuel, president of the Board, Dr. Dutches, Mr. Heurique and Mr. ('alien.