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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1925-11-20

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3RAVIAN KILLED
EIGHT REFUGEES

GERMANY SUBMITS
OLSHANSKI PAPERS

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BOOK REVIEWS

Bercovici's First Novel.

$3,855,681. The second agency IS
pares with $1,746,775 in September, the Frank M. Hayes agency with 111, -

Detroit Life Announces an In- and with $1,449,000, the production
Evans
689,900, and the Lamoreaux &
of
crease in Business in
in October, 1924, an increase of 22 agency being third with a total
per cent. The total amount of new $1,215,754.
October.

M. E. O'Brien, president of the
Detroit Life Insurance Company, an-
nounces the October production of
that company in the State of M
gan, totaling $1,772,652. This com-

MARRIAGE GUEST, by Konrad Barre-
Dr. and Mrs. George M. Weiss, who THE ski.
Boni I livoricbt, Nor York, 1925.
were recently married in Detroit, have
returned
from
their
honeymoon
and
Bercovici's first novel,
Konrad
Given to Polish Ambassador. are at home at 49 Lorraine Court.
recently
"The Marriage Guest," was
Steiger Trial Becoming
T. A.)—The trag-
put
on
the
market by Boni A Live-
VIENNA.-
international.
f of the Jewish refugee was un-
The first of a series of evening par- right and is an interesting field for
ed ded in its utmost terrible aspe ct
ties was given Tuesday evening, Nov. this famous author of short stories.
BERLIN.—(J. T. A.)—The trial of
fo ien the trial began in fglau, Mo-
17, at the Jewish Community Cente r Bercovici is acquainted with the New
wl vie, of Karl Dvoratchek, a Slovak, Stanislaw Steiger, Jewish student ac- by the Sisterhood. Mrs. J. Barnett, York of which he writes: the New
cused of having thrown a bomb at the Mrs. Norman Buckner, Mrs. Jerome York that is a polyglot, raucous city,
re
others , charged with
Jew refugees in Tre- Polish president, Stanislaw Wojeie- Edelstein and Mrs. A. Elbling were the scene of a constant struggle be-
a n 18
eight
ight h Jew h
chowski, entered the phase of inter-
in
tween two generations, neither sur-
Moravia.
t hostesses.
bi tsch,
The attorney for the state in his n ational concern when the governmen
rendering or capitulating. the city
declared that the prison- o f the German Republic transmitted
where the immigrant is transformed
a 'Cl1,71tintt
re guilty of murdering eight t the Polish government the official
Mre Benjamin Netzorg, Mrs. B. into the American citizen.
, we
ei • ;fugees.
chopping the corpses into a cts in the case of Theophile Olshan- Goldstein and Mrs. Henry Jacobson
"The :Marriage Guest" deals with
f
feces ai d throwing them in sacks ski, a Ukrainian, confessed thrower o attended the sisterhood luncheon given the love story of a finely sensitive
h-
at the Temple Beth El in Detroit, last
do the lglawa river, near the sluale- the bomb.
woman who, because of the necessi-
it house. The counsel for the
statement issued by the Ger- Monday.
In
ties of existence and conventionality,
er
ense &Med the charge, producing man Foreign office to th e J.. A. here,
is forced into a loveless marriage.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Blumrosen Spiritually she is mated with the
It
was
declared
that the do cuments
taternent, from the Jewish cummui-
y in Trebitsch and the committee on were transmitted to the l'olish Ambas- (Celia Barnett) are receiving felicita- young German artist and musician
tions on the birth of a daughter, Bar- whom she could not marry but whose
efugees, which declared that no sador in Berlin.
bara llelen, on Nov. 10.
efugees were missing.
ideas influence her life. How three
—Theophile
On the other hand, oiw of the wit-
W A RS AW (J. T. A.)
lives are crucified because of her mis-
leases declared during the trial that Olshanski, the Ukrainian who confes-
Mrs. Alex Elbling entertained Mon- take is portrayed in the book, which
is saw refugee children drink water sed to the German frontier authorities day evening in honor of her house emphasizes Bercovici's power to tell
a bucket where pieces of the that he threw the bomb at the Polish guest, Mrs. Judith Goldblatt of Roch- a story and weave a background of
loom
fro
president is now safely located in Me-
were floating.
concentrated power and color.
ester, N. Y.
co rpses Dvoaratchek
was arrested on mel, the port which is under the con-
Itarl
Feb. 11, having made a confession trol of the Republic of Lithuania.
COMMUNISTS BURIED
Reports received here state that
AMEND ALIENS ACT
that he murdered eight Jewish refu-
s, among them the brothers Polif- Theophile Olshanski left Germany for
WITH HIGHEST HONORS
gee. The bodies of his victims were Memel with the permission of the Ger-
LONDON.—(3. T. A.)—A rigor-
by
not buried, but were chopped into man authorities. In view of the un- ous amendment to the aliens natural-
MOSCOW.—(J. T. A.) —Trotzky,
pieces and sold in barrels to farmers certain diplomatic relations between ization act in Great Britain will be
for fertilizer and food for animals the Republic of Poland and the Re- introduced shortly by the Home Sec- Kameneff, Krassin and Enukidze were
the
extradition
of
the
speakers at the grave of Sklian-
and chickens, his confession stated. public of Lithuania,
retary, Sir Joynson-Hicks, according sky and Churgin, the two Communists
A number of Jewish war refugees Olshanski is impossible.
to a report of the Morning Post . who were drowned at Long Lake,
Ukrainian leaders in Berlin and Vi- Naturalization of aliens will be made
from Poland who were kept in a refu-
gee camp in that part of the country enna refuse to make public statements more difficult, according to the Adirondacks, New York, when their
ashes were brought for burial here.
mysteriously disappeared. It was be- on the Olshanski case.
amendment, which imposes the con-
The ashes of Skiliansky and Churg-
The trial of Stanislaw Steiger,
lieved that they had either returned
dition of good physical health, sound in were buried in the non-Jewish cem-
to their native country or that they which has been going on for the last mentality and decent financial cir-
etery
of the Novodewitchev convent.
America.
Dvorat-
month
and
which
is
scheduled
to
last
cumstnaces. No naturalized alien
had departed for
chek stated that he used to invite for another three weeks will, in all - will be permitted to sit in parlia- The military and civil procession
learn
which
accompanied the funeral was
Jewish men and women from the probability be postponed, it was
ment, to be a member of the cabinet
refugee camp to tea in his house and ed here from reliable sources. The or a judge, the proposed amendment two miles long. The marchers car-
ried
banners
and wreaths. Ten brass
after doping them he robbed and court authorities are inclined to post- specifies, according to the Morning
bands played funeral marches,
pone the trial in order to complete the
murdered them.
Post.
The clue which led to Dvoratchek's investigation n view of the sensation-
ny n the court during the
arrest was given by a peasant, Fejta, al testimo
in
Dvoratchek's servant.
last few days.
l
Pan Sawicki, chief of the politica
police of Lemberg, whose testimony in
court
compromised
the
investigating
GRABSKI WANTS PEACE
WITH JEWISH DEPUTIES authorities, showing that the proced-
ure was conducted with the pre-con-
move ceived purpose of proving Steiger
WARSAW.—(J. T. A.)—A
to bring about a reconciliation be- guilty, is being shadowed by the po-
tween the Club of Jewish Deputies lice at the order of Lukomski, the
and the Grabski government was Lemberg chief of police who was main-
made following the adoption by the ly affected by Sawicki's testimony. In
club of the resolution refusing to a complaint forwarded to the Central
vote confidence in the government. authorities in Warsaw, Sawicki asks
The move was made by a high gov- for protection.
ernment official who approached the
LF.MBERG.— (•1. T. A.) — While I
leaders of the club with the question
on what conditions the club would be diplomatic channels are busy tracing
ready to soften its oppositional atti- the steps of the escaped thrower of the
tude. No positive reply has been bomb, the court here continues with ;
investigation of the witnesses for
given.
the
ss
and against Stanislaw Steiger, tried
on the charge of having thrown the
Lawrence Motor Sales Display bomb at the Polish president.
Important evidence in favor of Stan-
Bosch Magneto Radio
t-
islaw Steiger was offered by four wi

Tr

al He1.1 Following Confession of
Murderer.

business written in Michigan by the
Almost never killed a fly.
Detroit Life so far this year is $18,-
486,212. Of this amount, $2,437,40 6
.
written
in
the
Upper
Peninsula
was
We can live without a brother, but
The Morris Fishman agency leads all
not without a friend.
other agencies with a production of

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nesses. While the accusation is based
At the I.awrence Motor Sales Com- on the fact that the bomb was thrown
from the street by a man who res
pany, 11629 Twelfth street, the first bled Steiger, the witnesses testified to
public•display was made of the new
the contrary. Witnesses Hermann and
radio products of the American Bosch
th
Wasch testified to the effect that ey
on
Magneto Corporation.
The Bosch receiving set—the Am- saw the bomb fall from a window
Mr
borola—is highly representative of the second floor of a house in
iewaicz
the craftsmanship that has been re- a acld Square. Witnesses Nizink
flected in Bosch electrical products nd Schreiber testified that they saw
two suspicious looking individuals flee
for so many years. The Amborola is
iediately after the
a six-tube set which is said to have from the scene mm
bomb exp
Neither of them re-
loded.
several new features of design.
sembled
Steiger
in appearance, the
The Ambotone reproducer is dis-
played as a part of the Bosch radio witnesses testified.
Witnesses
Ulrich
and Schorr testi-
line. This is a beautiful radio repro-
that Steigerwas affiliated with the
ducer with a large wooden conoid in- fled
Zionist
movement
and
had no Com-
stead of the conventional paper cone.
Another Bosch product—the Junior munist leanings.
Mlle.
l'asternak,
the
chief
witness
Ambotone—shown for the first time.
This is a cone type radio reproducer, for the accusation, will again be ex-
low in price but reported to have un- amined by a decision of the
usual tone qualities. The actuating A motion of the defense to have Mlle.
mechanism follows the Ambotone in Pasternak confront Witness Sawicki
was rejected by the tribunal; another
design.
The long experience in the manu- motion that Sawicki he confronted by
facture of precision electrical equip- Lukomski, chief of the Lemberg po- t.
ment as well as the plant and organiz- lice, was also rejected by the cour
pres-
ation facilities of the American Bosch A motion to call Dr. Leon Reich,
Deputiess
Magneto Corporation serve as an ex- ident of the Club of Jewishtne
cellent background for their radio ac- in the Polish Seim, as a wi
tivities, which are said to be on an also rejected by the court.
The University of Lemberg refused
extensive scale.
the request of the court to delegate its .
chemical experts to testify in the case
Instead, experts of the War Ministry

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The Ukrainian press of Lemberg
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ill of the
their attempt to prove the gu
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throwing the bomb at the Polish presi-

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A reply to these charges was made
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minori-
aspirations of the national
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STEIGER GUILTY

LEMBERG.—(J.

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testified to Steiger's innocence, a
serious situation arose with the d ap-
of
pearance on the witness stanh girl
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Miss Loedel stated that she had
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tempt to assassinate the Polish presi-
dent Miss Loedel declared that she
and Miss Pasternak grabbed Steiger's
arm after he threw the bomb.

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