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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1931-09-11

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were in urgent need of summer of the large industrial plants. now
vacations, but the Jewish coin- to course of construction under the
(Continued from Page Six.)
'upon the urging, it was said, of the munity could afford to extend this famous flue-year plan, many of I
Rosh Hashonah Greetings to All
interior declined to discipline this I king.
form of relief to, at most, 6,000 these former traders, agents and
official, considering him "useful for I The only specifically Jewish news of these undernourished chldren. pr ofessionals will be able to
diverting the activities of the anti. from Rumania during the past year In the same month, it was an- qu alify as workers.
Semites into safe channels." E ven related to the elections, just relTer- flounced that, unless as ar-
The same is true of the kustars, ,
m Bucharest, business property be- red to, as in the past, there was rived from America, the 48 Jew-art
longing to Jews was damaged in division among the Jews as to the ish hospitals in Poland, in which ind isans who have been working,
ividually in their own homes,
December by student rioters, cele. wisdom of organizing a Jewish 60,000 patients are treated annu- an d of whom there are said to be
1453 HOLDEN—Empire 0049
brating the eleventh anniversary l'arty. Dr. William Fildermann, ally, would be compelled to close. 100,000
among the Jews. Legally,.
of the anti-Semitic student move- president of the Union of Rumanian Evidently the campaign launched their lot has become easier what '
We repair and reverse window shades
ment. Similar "festivities" were Jews, opposed the suggestion but jointly in December by the Ort, with the reduction of taxes and
We clean one shade free for sample
held in Braila, Cluj (Klausenburg), tried at teh same time, to reach an the ion and the Hies of Poland with certain forms of government
217.219 John R.
Cherry 0686
and in Cernauti (Czernowitz), agreement with the Liberal Party for 2,500,000 zloty, in anticipation aid, but actual improvement in
The Jews of Rumania heaved a for a number of mandates, in re- of the inability of American Jewry their condition has until now been
sigh
of
relief
when,
in
October,
a
turn
for
the
support
of
the
Union.
DON'T
SUFFER
AFTER
NEW YEAR
ONE-DAY SERVICE
to help the work of these organ- slow, although there are signs that,
reorganization of the cabinet, under A National Jewish Party fas form- izations, had not been a success. because of the increasing need for
No charge for estimates. Lowest prices on new shades.
Gregory Mironescu, led to the elim- no and, in spite of the hostility of
Thanks to the enlightened atti. industrial workers, the rate of im-
We
Make
Shoes
for
All
Service to any part of Detroit and suburbs,
ination of this "friend". The new the government officials, succeeded tulle which has been maintained by provement will be accelerated.
Troubled Feet Right Here
SliVaVIVIMICIOL8{ CVICISCWOM7w'XMICNIMILIMAWC3IIMIII% cabinet, however, was not any more in polling 65,000 votes and in elect- the Polish government since Bar-
In
December,
a
"five-year
plan"
effective in maintaining order, than ing five deputies. ahal Pilsudski took over the reins
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Other Balkan Countries.
of government in May 1926, the for the economic transformation
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of
when, after an unsuccessful attempt Th e Jews of Bulgaria number record of Poland during the past N., the Jewish artisans and former
entzy
was
announced
by
the
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byre an 18Enyi tu■ rnau.,nild ssoctuodrenL iofon r tho; 48,431, according to the census of year was sullied by very few of co
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1927, the results of which were those disgraceful incidents which for mzet, the government agency pi
Holiday Greetings
settling Jews on land and for II
the influential newspaper Adeverul published in February , 1931. A
p lentiful
ind ustrializing them. During the 0
(Truth), the government made a comparison with the 1920 census

Baltic Coountries.
three years, 135,000 Jewish
0
sudden show of activity, and an shows both an absolute and relative Economic matters were in the youths, in addition to the 30,000
• flounced a new series of measures increase in the number of Jews en-
d of Jewish life in
(Turn to Page Twelve.)
gaged in industry and a corres- Li
nia during
Lithuania
i
the
he pas t year
• pending decrease in the number oc- foregroun
owing to natural causes, but also,
The good kind of
cupied
with
commerce;
an
increase
Season's Greetings to All in the number of Jewish employees to some extent, to several meas-
A Happy New Year
• always wanted and that
tires proposed, or actually put int.,
as laborers, and clerks,
also
is
effect by the government at Kovno
livered to your door in clean, sanitary trucks.
marked.
1 The struggle against anti-Semi- or by municipalities. That t ii
o
II Tap, Acrobatic, Ballroom—Children, Adults
Our Prices Are Very Low Compared to Our Quality
r tism, the right of Gentiles to be material situation of Lithuanian
We Take Special Orders for
I converted to Judaism, the issuance Jewry is miserable is a well-known
fact. Up to March 28, 1931, h
of Jewish prayer—and text books,
Weddings, Parties and Banquets
of 4,000 persons in Kovno
Prescriptions Carefully
and the establishment of a Jewish It:fel
o
alone had applied for Passover re-
museum were aminig the matters
Roofing and Sheet Metal Work
Compounded
10
5981 Woodward
Madison 6788 1
discussed at the fourth conference, In the meantime, the govern.
ix December 1930, of the Feder,• ment hod pil ed many J e ws
Garfield 3828
Builders'
Hardware
and
Glaz-
with
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tom of the Communal Organize- fear by the passage of the em-
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"Service" Our Motto
Paints and ' lion in Jugo-Slavia, the official, ployment law of July 14, 1930,
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government-reeognized representa-
We Deliver
4:2-oixt ma-c:Foo-ao*oarrovocKsoinixrammoottoolmoopoiutoo*
Supplies
General
Peter
Zwkovitch,
requiring
all
aliens
desiring
to
do
',ive body of the Jews of the country.
business or to obtain work in
in April, mini
Fountain, Candies, Cigars, Vet.
Longfellow 2400
Rosh Hashonah Greetings for the Entire Year
the prime minister, and Dr. Voyis- Lithuania to secure permits from
vet Ice Cream, Gilbert's and
oviteh,
foreign
minis-
the
minister
of
the
interior
before
307 SAven•Milo Road West
lay Marink
Whitman's Candy
ter, were inscribed in the Golden
long after the passage of 1/4 8346 Wildemere, car. Euclid.
Book of the Jewish National Fund, Jan. Not
1, 1932.
for their outstanding services in
w the
to circulate
to employers
the Zionist cause, in a very impres-
law, the warnings
police in Kovno
began
—Ns
to make sure to have only Lithua- Rosh Hashonah Greetings
Season's Greetings to All
sive special meeting to the new nian workers before Jan. 1, 1932,
Jewish home in Belgrade. In March, and to obtain from alien Jews
Auto-Lite, Bosch, Purolator, A. C., Delco-Remy,
representatives of communities signed pledges not to seek the per-
Northeast, Trico, Stromberg
from all over the country met at wits required by the law; it was
Subotica and adopted resolutions
protesting against insinuations,
Parcel Delivery for
coming
from abroad, aspering the reported that non-Jewish aliens
0
LLOYD THOMAS, President
Protest
the
loyalty to Jugo-Slavia of the JJews were
not against
troubled
in law
this became
manner.
0
Retail Stores
living in those sections which were almost world-wide, and in March,
formerely a part of Hungary. at a conference with a represen-
census
of
tative
of
the
Jewish
Telegraphic
100 W. Forest, near Cass
secos lovakia .
Columbia 1040
Randolph 8546
Agency, the minister of the inter-
1531-33 Winder Street
The resusts of the
Cherry 1292
Fisk and Goodrich
ior issued a statement that the
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nationalities, m a d e in 1 9 3 0, law would be enforced only with
anon*
Tires and Tubes
in which Jews were permitted to
en-
For Details of Our Money-
register as members of the Jewish reference to those aliens who en-
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tered Lithuania after July, 1929,
Saving Delivery Contract
nationality,
whereas
others
Time to Re-Tire
mother
tongues,
showed
that were
the and that the pledges obtained from
required to register according to
Rosh Hashonah Greetings
the workers by the police would
2600 Grand River Ave.
Jews of the country number 400,- not be considered.
1531 Baker (rear),
GIvndale 0529
000, indicating an increase since
That the economic condition of ,
1921 of 46,000 of 11 per cent; a the Jews of Latvia also is
1C:74
total of 35,463 reside in Prague.
wretched was indicated by the long!.
Nationalistic agitation gave rise line of applicants for free coal
Holiday
Greetings
to clashes in which Jews and Ger- which was being distributed by ,
Season's Greetings
mans were objects of attack. In the community during the past
September, Czecho-Solvak national- winter. In April, it was reported
ists demonstrated against the pro- that, owing to the depressed con-
duction of German talking motion dition of those Latvian Jews who
EXCLUSIVE PRINTERS OF
pictures, and in the course of these had formerly contributed toward
CO.
demonstrations Jews, especially its work, the international organ-
Cases,
Briefs,
Records, Petitions, Abstracts
3501 Woodward
those with German names, were as- ization Oct may have to suspend
sailed. Mobs attacked theaters its activities in Latvia, where, in
FOR ALL COURTS
Chain Link Fences
and shops, and beat pedestrians. 1930, it had been giving 400 chil-
Rustic Wood Fences
The disorders were soon suppressed dren technical training and had
Prescriptions Carefully
Marcus and M. C. R. R.
Whititer 2320
4423 Field Avenue
by the police, but the anti-German spent $100,000 for machinery and
Whittier 7117
Compounded
Wood Picket Fences
and anti-Jewish agitation in the
In June, it was reported
*PooPoopop
nationalist press continued
Wrought
Iron
Fences
Although
there
was
no
percep-
that
the
work
of
the
Jewish
co-
Drug Sundries
Poland tools.

Season's Greetings

NEW WAY
Shade Cleaning Co.

Wm. E. Hintz

OUR PRICES ARE FROM 25c UP

Rosh Hashonah Greetings and Best
Wishes

O

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erv-Rite Bakers

FRED RIVARD a

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STEALY'S
PHARMACY

M. C. HARDWARE
COMPANY

baked goods you have
you can now have de-

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Rosh Hashonah Greetings to the Entire
Jewish Community

Automotive Electrical Service, Inc.

THE
MOTOR TIRE
VULCANIZING
CO., Inc.

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K. Shapiro

LUND & GILTNER

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We Wish the Entire Community a Happy
p
and Prosperous New Year

and Best Wishes to
the Entire Jewry

MODELL

Iron and Metal Co.

K. & K. DRUG

SCRAP IRON AND METALS

Fountain Service

Clean Your Clothes

Glendale 7701

Wesro Brand

Rosh Hashonah Greetings
to All

Cleaners Naphtha

INSIST ON THE SEALED CANS

BIERCE & SAGE
COMPANY

To Be Obtained at the Leading Gasoline Stations and
Hardware Stores

Sole Distributors

TANK SERVICE CO.

8303 Foster Avenue

INSURANCE

Whittier 6059

Holiday Greetings to All Our Jewish Patrons
and Friends

220 Hammond Bldg.

Randolph 6774

Standard Ice Cream Co.

Season's Greetings

6352 VAN DYKE

ICES — SHERBETS

BARC BROS.

Plain and Fancy Ice Cream, Spumoni

Prepared witch skillfully blended fruits and nuts with freshly
whipped cream for Weddings, Parties, Lod. and Banquets.

The only place in Detroit to
buy your stationery as our en-
velopes, statements, invoices,
note heads, tags, etc., are as
low as $2.75 per 1,000, deliv-
ered.

We Deliver Anywhere

Whittier 1140

NIGHT TELEPHONE, WHITTIER 1275

040

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Rosh Hashonah Greetings to the Entire
Community

2200.220 East Forest, at Dubois

Melrose 3620

H. JACOBSON

Holiday Greetings

GARBARINO
SERVICE

HIGH GRADE

COAL AND COKE

e

Specializes in

HIGHEST QUALITY POCAHONTAS

DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN THE CITY

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fHoliday Greetings to All Our Jewish Patrons
and Friends

IDEAL FURNACES



W. J. LOVE, Proprietor
Specializing in

Season's Greetings

COLLEGE OF THE
CITY OF DETROIT

GRAND TRUNK
RAILWAY
TERMINAL AND
COLD STORAGE
CO.

M. & P.
PRODUCTS CO.

Mad. 5501

Classified Advertising Pays

Patrons

Hastings Truck Co.

HAULING CONTRACTORS

Machinery Riggers—Freight Distributors

505 North uBrdich Street

HARRY S. ]TALL
Vice-President & Treasurer

WILFORD L. COFFEY, Dean

Bottles and Supplies

J

4.

East Ferry & G. T. R. R.

2827 Grand River

Melrose 5440

GIs odalis 0480

Phone 6117

KALAMAZOO, MICH.

Wishing All Our Jewish Friends and
Patrons a Happy and Prosperous
New Year

West Side

Tent & Awning Co.

Fine Arts Laundry
Company

Rosh Hashonah Greetings
to All

yoommotweacvemwswootwcWootwatwomws

New Year's Greetings to Our Jewish Friends

FENKELL COAL
& COKE CO.

Season's Greetings

INSTALLATION DEPARTMENT

2995 East Grand Blvd., near John It

of the 96,000 Jews of Latvia are
17822 Grand River
tible improvement in the material members, was becomoing more (lit.
lot of the Polish Jews during the operatives, of which nearly half
fieult.
Redford 1596
The wretched situation of the
in December which gave Marshal Jews was brought about by a nuns- 1 /4._.
Pilsudski and his party a work-
ing majority in the Sejm, aroused
is ber
' ment
monopolization
of govern-
the flax
hope for better ti times. That these
of factors,
including
against
i y n ,
r n
Season's Greetings
hopes have not been realized
g
me nt employ,
I oay,a
Jews t r government
owing probably, to the fact that, i fld::
while the sad plight of the Jews is slovakia and of lumber from So-
traceable to the working out of the . viet Russia, and the revocation by
policy of Etatism upon which P01- "dumping" of shoes from Czechs-
the government of loans extended
and embarked almost immediately some time ago to stimulate the
'after the restoration of the repots creation of national industry
lie, it was also, and to a large de- Di scri m i na tio n in government em-
em-
gree, one aspect of the universal pl o y was the subject, in October,
depression.
According to government's stn- of a three-hour debate in Perlis-
',lent.
tistics 325,000 out of a total of 2,-
In June, the Latvian Parliament
850,000 Jews were out of employ- passed
which a had
in force the
at the
law been
abolishing
nu-
ment on Jan. 1, 1931; Jewish lead-
era say this number is a gross un-
der-estimate and that actually over merus clausus on foreign students
University 1.4613
University of Latvia.
1,000,000 Jews are without work.
In March, a Latvian National
14750 WILDEMERE
A survey in May of the timber in- , Socialist party, preaching the doc-
dustry in which the breadwinners
of 10,000 Jewish families are em-' its program calls for the usual
ployedand of the grain trade, in trines of Hitler, was organized;
measures—expulsion of Jews why
various branches of which 100,000 came to the country since 1917,
Jews earn ■ livelihood, indicated confiscation of the property of
New Year Greetings
that,owing to "dumping" by Soviet ' Jews, and the like.
Russia, of both timber and grain, I
Dansig.
these two group were in a very bad
The Hitler movement ;hewed
p l i ght.
In March, a report from Lodz, great strength in the free city of
Danzig;
when, in the November,
once the greatest textile center in
Eastern Europe, indicated that the 1930, election to the Volkstag,
the
National
Socialist party possed
number of licenses to trade taken
out since the beginning of the year 34,394 votes, 24 times the 1,483
they
had
in
the
1927 election cam-
was from 30 per cent to 40 per
cent lower than for the same per- paign, there were street attacks
upon
Jews
by
Ilitlerites. Later,
The Wife-Saving Station
iod of 1930; a total of 40.000 un-
employed are registered • but the after they gained control of the
Complete Laundry Service
actual number of jobless is believed Volkstag, the disorders became
to be far greater, while not all more frequent. In protest against
those who are employed have steady these attacks and against the fail-
work. As a result, no fewer than ure of the Senate to punish the
5435 McGraw Avenue
15,000 of the 40,000 families are perpetrators, Ilenry K. Stress-
Walnut 5680
on the charity list of the Jewish burger, Polish high commissioner
community. In Warsaw, 6,000 fam- in Danzig, resigned.
Russia.
ilies filed application for free coal
The past was a relatively quiet - --
with the Jewish community.
and uneventful year for the Jews e
In January,
Beth Lehem, a Jew- of Russia, with the letting-down
ish charity society in Warsaw, re- . the anti-religious drive, and the
sorted to a measure used during the s
war, that of sending wagons lowing up of the collectivization
through the city, dispensing bread campaign. In the meantime, the
and tea to the hungry. Before Pass- : ha at ito
n woLf‘thu struggle
e pJpeewr•m
s ot os for
t the the
ecaoln
l om
thi . i
over, impoverished Jews stood in continued
adap
long lines before the Kehillah of- scheme of the country was the far

fires in Warsaw, Lodz, Wilna and (-yenta of the year. The edict o
other cities, where matzoh were be- the
preceding year, according mor
ing dispensed; the number of these rights to the lishentzy, or de
applicants in Warsaw alone was
classed, which was expected by
110,000, and at least 3,000 were mom- some to bring about a great im
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pelled to go without matzoh because provement in the condition o
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the community funds were ineuffi- . those who were neither peasant.
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nor factory workers, does not ap-
Jewish Childre n in Need.
pear to have made a great deal of
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In May, the Warsaw committe tifference in the condition of these
Garfield 7558
of
school
physicians
reported
the
former
pariahs, but there is none
i at least
20,000 Jewish children hat with the opening up of some

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