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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle and the Legal Chronicle, 1932-09-02

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TflEPEPBOIEknifICIRONICLE

and THE LEGAL CHRONICLE

Lest You Forget

THAT a faithful and conscientious public ser-
vent is seeking re-election; and
THAT his insistence on efficiency and economy
havo saved Wayne County taxpayers hun-
dreds of thousands of dollars; and
THAT his splendid administration of an impor-
tant public office merits his retention.

MAY THIS REMIND YOU
THAT

CONVENTION OF
HADASSAII SEPT 18

LYCIF4 F I OE R NC Cgl i rGEIS tESS ) 32

Lauding
as most qualified
,,,, him
,,,„
K. A. PEREIRA. Emile, Caterer—Env
r o tne orrice, T
Tor
i heodor Levin, well
in gernents, weddlogs, parties and ban- ' f
nee., we .sie,. In all leading hotel. known Detroit attorney, rtsii
h ns gth
week
ee
for the past 27 years. Detroit Catering
. joined the forces endorsing
Co.. Longfellow 5651.
candidacy of LeRoy C. Lyon for
MACK If WEIRS—Strictly kosher cater. Congress, from the Fifteenth Dis-
bridge.
t. weddings, engagements,
prties. we eater in an trict, on the Republican ticket.
banquets
lemling bold.. 157SI Princeton ave-
Mr. Levin stated that he had
me Univenity 2-3111.
known Mr. Lyon for many years
GENUINE MT. CLEMENS MINERAL and that he considered him one of
BATHS. Water brought from 1100 the most highly regarded attorneys
ft.well In Mt. Clemens. Mich Bathe in Detroit
re for heumatism, Nervous DI
'gatemen t outbrdn gg his
In
In ad forms.
e Palm In Back, Stiff Joint ,
Rundown Condition, etc. Trained at- platform, Mr. Lyon states:
tendants. Fur appoiotments —
Ph " .
"It is my conviction that a Con-
Clifford 9633.
gressman should represent his
LEARN to readand writ* English In country as well as his particular
one is) le...too nee..e a full eiti• constituency. The horizon of
cye i
Give your child • good Jewl.h
national
, representative of the
Best result. gumanteed I
training I
ays of our history was
Free trial !mon. David Horowitz, early d
the teacher. rest Blaine avenue, Apt. largely circumscribed by the en-
101. Garfield 61111-R.
virons of his own district. Mod-
• FOR RENT—Beautiful upper flat. Six ern education, communication and
rooms—sun room. two bath., frigidalre, transportation have served to
newly decorated, heated, complete
obliterate many of the lines of
m•id s qu•rters. Rent reasonable to
reliable party.
Apply I. L. Zuleback, demarcation that at one time sep•
2175 'goer. avenue,
arated groups, activities and in-
tereats.. America today is a unified
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished oo
r m in
congenial adult noose for Jr. or no Polit i cal organism. No one part
gentlemen or ladles. All home oriel- of it may be injured without af-
ter.. Near street car and bus line. fect i ng others, hence, all national
APPly 2725 Richton, Arlington 5776•W.
effort must be for the good of all
America, as well as any particular
ASSOCIATED TRAVEL BUREAll
17 — NEW YORK, WASHINGTON district."

REPUBLICAN

County Auditor

Your Vote at the Primary Election,
September 13, 1932.

"There Is every evidence Net the Auditors are endeavoring to do
their utmost to meet the extraordinary condition, that have arisen
an the result of economic etre. and the finmelal drain on the public
rollers that comes from tax delinquency."—Editorlal Comment from
"The Detroiter," official publication of The Detroit Board of Commerce.

RETAIN

Judge Arthur E. GORDON

We, the undersigned Jewish members of
the local bar, highly endorse the candidacy of
Hon. Arthur E. Gordon, Judge of the Recorder's
Court, at the Primary Election, Tuesday, Sep-
tember 13, 1932. Non-partisan Ticket.

LONDON.—(J. T. A.)—Rob-
ert Kronfeld, Austrian Jew, who
holds the world champion glider
record, has been invited by Great
Britain to proceed to India to
train gliders.
Mr. Kronfeld's duties would
be to train gliders at the flying
stations In Bombay, Calcutta,
Delhi and elsewhere.

HIBBERT JOURNAL
TO MAKE APOLOGY

a

CANDIDATE FOR

MOST INFLUENTIAL NATION OF ANCIENT WORLD"

Glider Champion, Jew,
Is Invited by Britain

The Oxford University Press will

p ublish in August "A History of

foe•
th.en
in tlt
iteicarl eact:
dt o r o tVd. Yet,
..• p.olw
as

01'

monarchies,

meuglthr7:

member that in • vary real sense the
srael," by W. 0. E. Oesterley and appiarent ruin Is but the beginning of her
T. H. Robinson. This learned and reel life. and that In the age. whieh fol-
authoritative work has been carried lowed the extinction of her political power
,he Iran better able to give herself to
out by two well-known authorities, the
cultivation of Mon spiritual element.
with the co-operation of many which made her in the long rn the
scholars, and it is sponsored by the most influential nation of the :orient
world,"
Society for Old Testament Study.
A good summing-up of the im- Says Italy's New Finance
portance of Israel, and of the atti-
tude taken in this history, occurs Minister of Jewish Descent.
LONDON.— (J. T. A.) — The
in Volume 1, page 14, too good to
new Minister of Finance of Italy,
miss quoting:
descended from a
"Yet, small and insignificant Meng Dr. Jung, is
the nation.of the world as Israel a m, Jewish family of Hungarian or-
without political Influence or exten ded
power, it May Wel, he sold that no igin, according to the Sunday
other Pcode of antiquity holds • place Referee.
of such profound importance in the hia-
Minister Jung is described as
tory of human thought. It was Israel
who gave to the world • religion which financial genius with a long prac-
has directed thespiritu•I life of nearly tical experience in finance, which
half mankind, •nd, not only among the
Jews themselves, but, In the two daugh- II Duce hopes will be of service
ter faiths of ChrsItianity and Islam, has when applied to the serious indus-
moulded the beliefs of men in every con- trial and banking problems of
tinent save central and eastern Asia. Of
Israel's creed it is no part of our task Italy.

Iladassah, the Women's Zionist
Organization of America, will hold
its convention in New York City
on Sept. 18, 19 and 20, at Hotel
Commodore. More than 300 dele-
gates from all over the country
ore expected, representing 251
chapters and a total membership
of approximately 30,000.
This convention will be the first
to have present at its sessions the
director of the medical work in
Palestine maintained by the Amer-
ican Organization. Dr. Haim
I•assky has been in the United
States for six months, during
which time he has studied a num- Will Retract Ritual Murder
ber of health institutions in var-
Charge Made Against
ious cities, among which are New
the Jews.
York, Boston, Baltimore, Syracuse
to 411,17.1 1
in ,. detail,
denta
though
and others. At the convention,
LONDON. — (J. T. A.) — The
he told
ithout
Dr. Yassky will give a detailed ac-
Hibbert Journal is planning a re- reTerence to religion than can that of Relatives United Through
count of the progress of the work
E. u In the 1 xrtneee
Europe
, 1 I
t h zed Go; v et.el t f h.
Aid of Hies Service.
traction of the charge made in its
evert
in Pftlestine. Most striking will
NEW YORK.—(J.T.A.)—More
current Issue by a writer, Ray f this people must be of Interest to tie
be his report on infant mortality
we need to trace the development of
Knight, that ritual blood murder •nd
than
2,000
appeals to locate miss-
the nation. as • nation, If we would win
in the country, which in 1925
by the Jews is proved by their a •dequate background for the record ing relatives came to the Hebrew
was 131 per 1,000, but which in
of her epiritual life. We must comilder Sheltering and Immigrant Aid So-
own Scriptures.
1930 was reduced to 69. The
the..elementa which went to make her
The retraction, it is understood, what she was, her geographical and racial ciety of America, during the first
Hadassah Medical Organization
a,
the culture which ahe six months of the current year.
will appear in the next issue of Inheritance,
has waged an anti-trachoma cam-
adopted. and the traditions which in-
paign among the Jewish schools, the quarterly, which is a maga- spired her. We must trace from the The appeals came from Poland,
PHILADELPHIA 47.00 Bus. and air-
zine
devoted
to
theology,
philoso-
earileat point at which it Is discernible Rumania Lithuania, Latvia,
planes to•Il point.. Reliable Jewish
reducing the number of those af-
the story of her organized national life. France, Germany, Argentine and
phy and religion.
drivers Last week at these prices. Cabaret Moonlight of Detroit
flicted among the children from
We must a.. how the prospect of Poli-
Norton Hotel. Cherry S000, $777 Lin-
Until the publication of the ar- tical influence In the ancient world opened Brazil, where Hies maintains of-
Auxiliary Success.
35 per cent to 8 per cent. The
wood, Garfield 1160.
ticle by Ray Knight of India, before her, and how she failed to make fices, and from other countries
organization has also been instru-
good her earl, Promile. We must watch
TO RENT —Furnished room. Matter bed-
An outstanding event of the stub- mental in eradicating entirely which made its blood ritual charge hera. she struggled. no longer for su• where Hiss has correspondents. In
room. Tile bathroom. stall shower
against the Jews in a foot-note, premecy, but for bare independent exis- most cases, Hies reports, its ef-
adjoining. Facing wide street. Beaus mer season was the cabaret moon- ringworm of the scalp which in
tence, until her internal weakness and
tiful, modern ,Ingle home, good loce• light recently held by the Detroit 1922 ravished 68 per cent of the the Ifibbert Journal, and particu- the external pressure both became too forts to trace lost relatives and
larly its editor, Dr. L. P. Jacks, great, and she tell, never to rise again friends were successful.
tion. Good transportation. Remon• Auxiliary of the Los Angeles Sana-
school population.
able, Hemlock 46314-W,
had
been
noted
for
its
liberal
torium. A capacity attendance was
The Hadassah Medical Organi-
policy.
AMERICAN WIDOW will rent room or present and many had to be turn- zation in Palestine has under its
The publication of the article
share three room modern apartment ed away at the last moment. Or- supervision four hospitals, two
with • lady or couple. All convenience.. ganizations and clubs attended in
health centers and 22 infant wel- created press comment in Eng-
Good transportation 11016 La Sal ,
land
and in the United States and
groups.
boulevard, corner Elmhurst, or tall
fare stations, plus two maintained
Hemlock 81014.
Sam Israel of the Detroit Flor- in conjunction with the Labor brought from Professor Foakes
Jackson,
English scholar, now in
ists Exchange contributed all flow- Federation, and a department of
FOR RENT—Plen•nt furnished room-
the United States, who had been
y, or two Breakfast or breakfast and ere for the moonlight. Mr. Binkow school hygiene. During 1931 there
56 EAST COLUMBIA
quoted as the authority for the
dinner. Home privilege.. Refined of the General Auto Trimming Co.,
were registered at the 22 stations
American•Jewish widow. Reasonable.
accusation, a statement of com-
2900 Montgomery, corner Lawton, contributed 30 per cent of the pro- 3,549 expectant mothers, 3,828
ceeds of the day's profits from three infants and 1,517 children of pre- plete denial and the charge that
Apt. 4.
The Most Daring and
parking lots situated near the dock. school age. In the same year, the histext had been deliberately mis-
BUSINESS GIRL dmire. room. Renon- Langer Printing Co., Foreat Clean-
quoted.
Sensational of All Films
school
hygiene
department
had
Dexter boulevard, near
MI6. rent.
in London and in the
Write ers & Dyers, Inc., Buddy's Delica- under its care 27,079 children.
Calvert-CollIngwood dietrict,
Box 125, Detroit Jewish Chronicle.
tessen gave throways and adver- For the maintenance of this sys- United States an apology and re-
tiaenn.nts. A vote of thanks is tem of health and medical work, traction were demanded of the
FOR RENT—Very clean and attractive
furnished room for • young man or given to Sheriff Henry Behrendt, Iladassab, the Women's Zionist editor of the Ribbed Journal.
girl. No other roomer.. All home Hyman Altman, Abraham H. Jaffin,
Organization of America, supplied
privilege.. Near Fourteenth etre/0
ear and Deater bus line. Rent only Detroit News, Detroit Times, De- a budget of $260,000 for 1931- Name Paris Street for
0019 Sturtevant. troit Free Press, Forward, Detroit
912.150 •month.
Florence Blumenthal
1932.

Telephone Longfellow 3019.
Day, Detroit Jewish Chronicle, Mr.
FOR RENT—Nice. clean. furnished room Weir of the All-American Hawai-
PARIS.—(J. T. A.)—The muni-
for a gentleman In private home of ian School of Music who contribu-
cipality of Paris will honor the
young couple.. Near bu• and car.
ted
string orchestra for the eve-
2947 Tuxedo, down4taire
memory of the late Mrs. Florence
ning, Miss Judith Brass, singer,
M. Blumenthal, wife of George
Harry Cohen, Miss Edith, Fisher
Blumenthal, noted Jewish-Ameri-
Polish Jewry To Be Represented and a group from the Littman's
The love life of Russia's sex-mad monk.
can
philanthropist and art patron,
•t Next Conference of Union
People's Theater Chorus, for their
The man who trampled on the soul of a nation.
with whom she shared in his many
for Progressive Judaism.
co-operation ands their part in the
benefactions.
mere
hands all women
The man in
entertainment.
A street in the fashionable six-
Polish Jewry will be represented
puppets.
Following in a list of organiza- Stipulates He Must Have
teenth district of Paris will be
for the first time at the next con- tions and clubs who assisted by
Seven Months in Year
FEATURING
named "Rue Florence Blumenthal,"
ference of the World Union for taking blocks of tickets for their
To Stay in Europe.
in memory of Mrs. Blumenthal,
Progressive Judaism which is memberships and a vote of thanks
who together with her husband,
scheduled to meet in Sydney, Aus- is extended to their respective offi-
BERLIN. — (J. T. A. ) — An- made generous' gifts to French in-
tralia, the Jewish Telegraphic cers for carrying out this work:
of the Moscow Art Theater.
Siaterhood Congregation final Moshe, nouncement was made here that stitutions.
Agency was informed by Rabbi
Ode.. Society. Halevy-Ilmoinlr Singing Professor Albert Einstein has ac-
Mrs. Blumenthal organized the
William F. Rosenblum of Temple Society, Equality Club. Jolly Elite Club,
English titles.
cepted a life-long appointment as American Foundation for French
Israel, New York, who returned Galician Society, Detroit Ladies Aid
Society, Turover Aid Smiety, lechawitzer a member of the staff of the In- Art and Thought and established
on the Lafayette from Europe.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICE
Aid Society, Moholiver Society. Korosti- stitute for Advanced Study in the prizes for artiste.
Rabbi Rosenblum was a delegate chewer Aid Society, Romer Progre.ive United States, which is headed by
Mr. Blumenthal recently estab-
Evenings, Sundays and Holidays-35c
League, Rumanian Fraternity, David
to the conference of the World Horodoker Lodge. Purity Chanter 0. N. Dr. Abraham Flexner.
lished the George and Florence
Children 10 years Free: 10-12-15c
Union for Progressive Judaism at S. No. 11511, Mmerer Society, Piaster So-
A condition of the acceptance Blumenthal Foundation for Sick
the Hague early this month and ciety. Detroit Friendship Club, Primrose
Benevolent Club. Beta Rho Delta Soros Is that his work will require Pro- Children at the Necker Hospital
also attended the sessions of the rity, Kesheraver Heaserabler, Lambda
tensor Einstein's stay in the United in Paris.
world Jewish conference as an Omen Into Fraternity. Alpha Zeta
Both Mr. and Mrs. Blumenthal
Omega, Alpha Beta Gamma, Lambda States for a period of five months
observer.
Gamma Phi. Clubs ommitted In MI. bp, only, leaving him free to spend received the decoration of the Leg-
Thee Hague conference, he me will be announced In the follow'. the rest of the year in Germany. ion of Honor for their contribu-
Issue of The Chronicle.
pointed out, discussed the best
tions to the Children's Hospital
Is German Patriot.
At present the Detroit Auxiliary
way of stemming the tide of as-
Professor Einstein, despite his and to the Sorbonne.
is laying plans for the sixth an-
similation and bringing back the
Mrs. Blumenthal died two years
emphatic
internationalism,
is
an
nual banquet to take place the
Jewish youth to Jewish religious last part of October.
ardent German patriot. Notwith- ago. George Blumenthal, a retired
banker.
gave $1,000,000 to the
Ideals and practice.
The seventh annual bazaar will standing t h e enmity directed
Metropolitan Museum of Art in
be held Dec. 3 to Dec. 13. All or- against him because he is a Jew,
New
York
for the purchase of art
ganizations are asked to reserve he is loyal to his German home-
treasures.
these dates in order not to conflict land and has refused many splen-
Mr.
Blumenthal
is actively iden-
The Detroit Auxiliary meets every did offers which would have neces-
tified with a number of Jewish and
Thursday evening at the Arbeiter sitated permanent residence
non-Jewish philanthropic institu-
Ring Center, 527 Holbrook avenue. abroad, a spokesman for Einstein
tions in New York. Ile has served
Delegates are urged to attend meet- revealed here today.
as president of Mount Sinai Hospi-
ing and individuals interested and
The announcement was Shade in
tal since 1911 and has been a vice.
desiring more information should Connection with the virulent anti-
president of the United Ilospital
call Edith R, Paransky, correspond. Semitic attacks against Professor
Fund for many years.
ing secretary, Arlington 3346-J.
Einstein, who is scored because of
In 1930, he served as the chair-
Swiss citizenship.
man of the campaign fro $2,221,000
Now on Vacation.
of the New York Federation for the
The spokesman for Professor Support of Jewish Philanthropic
1,000 AT FUNERAL OF
Einstein revealed that he has been
CREMENETZER REBBE a Swiss citizen since the days of Societies.

his professorship at the Univer- Asks for Yiddish Culture
PHILADELPHIA.—(J. T. A.)— sity of Zurich, but that this has
Recognition at Copen-
More than a thousand people at- not meant the relinquishment of
tended the funeral services here his German citizenship.
hagen Psychology Meet.
Aug. 19 for Rabbi Chaim Moshele,
Professor Einstein is now near
popularly known as the Cremenet- spa on a vacation. Ile encoun-
BOSTON.—(J. T. A.)—Dr. A.
zer Rebbe, scion of one of the old- tered some difficulty in crossing A. Roback of the University of
Expertly
est rabbinical families on record, the Belgian border because of his Boston has addressed a letter to
mounted
claiming seventh generation de- involved citizenship, but the higher the Tenth Psychological Congress,
hundred,
For every single, or
FREE
scent from the founder of Chassi- Belgium authorities lifted the re- which met in Copenhagen from
1,000 tongues brought to the Vaad Hare-
Baal
Shem
Tov.
dim,
the
strictions in favor of the famous Aug. 22 to 29, suggesting that in
TUBE
Rabbi Chaim Moshele died in visitor.
bonim and proved to be Kosher, Mr. Levin
the future a Jewish delegation be
Atlantic City at the age of 66 fol.,
In • press interview from his recognized as representatives of
will pay you 20c a lb., instead of the 17c
lowing • prolonged illness. His vacation resort, Professor Einstein that nationality instead of the var-
father was Rabbi Alexander Sam- has reiterated his unchanging ad- ious countries to which they be-
a lb. originally paid for it. All you have to
uel, well known in European rab- herence to Germany.
long, as formerly.
do is call Madison 8413 and cash will be
binical circles.
brought to you in any amount for Kosher
With him at his bedside when
Union of Poole Zion and Zaire
he succumbed were Rabbi B. L.
tongues.
Non-Jew
Comments
on
the
Zion
Approved
by
World
Levinthal, chief rabbi of Philadel-
Conference in D•neig.
Jewish Situation.
phia, as well as a number of other
DANZIG.— ( J. T. A.) — The
leading rabbis.
Rabbi Chaim Moshele w a s Editor, Detroit Jewish Chronicle: merger of the world organizations
known throughout the world not
My knowledge of the Jewish sit- of the Poole Zion and the Zeire
only for his rabbinic and chassidic uation is not as first-hand as I Zion was decided upon here at a
learning, but also for his deep in- should like it to but this does not joint conference of delegates from
You, manufacturers and storekeepers, for 10 years you Lave
diminish one iota my interest in both organizations.
terest in Jewish affairs.
been feeding the Detroit public with Tref• meat. Let there
A program to be carried out un-
During the world war, he was and sympathy for the condition of
be an end to it! Take down your Kosher masks and tell the
actively identified with Jewish re- your compatriots in this part of der the unification plan was
adopted.
public that you are selling Tref. meats! No bluffs! We do
lief abroad. On one occasion, the world.
I note that the condition of the
Ben Gurion, Palestine labor
when the army of General Pet-
not wish to make the Detroit Jews pious, but we want no
lura, pogromist leader, entered the Jews in Poland has been brought leader, declared that the course of
bluffs and do not wish to b. fooled! Kosher means Kosher,
city of Cremenetz, the rumor to the attention of the Institute of events in recent times has already
honestly and uprightly. Even irreligious people will agree
spread that ■ priest had been ill Politics at Williamstown at this effectd a unification which the
with us in this respect that bluffs should 13. fought.
treated by the Jewish population. year's meeting and I trust that world conference here merely
vigorous
pressure
will
be
brought
sanctioned.
Determined to avenge this act,
I sign my name below that you should be able to
The unification plan was pre-
Petlura, known throughout the by those with authority upon the
hold me responsible in the event this statement is
world for the river of Jewish blood League of Rations and the League sented by the head of the Zeire
Council that they deal with this Zion, Tartakower and calls for an
left behind him, ordered Rabbi
not true in every respect.
matter forthwith and in such man- intensification of Zionist and So-
Chaim Moshele and another to be
lier as to bring relief to the three cialist activity.
shot.
million human beings now suffering
The program calls for an inten-
Their lives were saved in dra-
such dire persecution.
sified campaign for the Jewish
matic fashion. The eyes of the
Yours respectfully,
autonomy and the recognition of
two Jewish victims were bandaged
Chairman of the Board,
WESLEY F. TAYLOR,
and the firing squad was ready to 240 W. 16th St., Jacksonville, Fla. Hebrew and Yiddish as the two
SINAI KOSHER SAUSAGE
languages of the Jewish people in
shoot when a former officer in the
all countries of the world where
Czar's army recognized the rabbi
FACTORY OF CHICAGO.
they reside. Hebrew, the pro-
el one who had once rendered him
Barclays Bank Issues Report on gram says, must be recognized as
a service.
DETROIT BRANCH: 5736 TWELFTH ST., MADISON $413
Palestina.
the authoritative language of Pal-
In appreciation of this service
NEW YORK.— (J. T. A.)— estine and Yiddish that of the
and out of deep respect for the
S. BRAITSTAIN, Manager
Barclays
Bank
report
on
Palestine
Diaspora.
rabbi, the officer was able to pre-
Official recognition of Jewish
vail upon Petlurs to spare the lives for the month of July which
reached this country states that schools where the language of in-
of both.
Rabbi Chaim Moshele came to the "forward sales of oranges up struction is Hebrew or Yiddish, is
the United States eleven years ago until July 14 have been on a to be sought in all lands.
smaller scale than In previous
Messages of greeting were re-
and settled in Philadelphia.
H. is survived by a widow. two years, present prices being 14/6 ceived from the British Labor
per
case
on
the
tree."
Party,
the German, French and
I
to
15
a
daughters and a son, the latter
The report states further that Belggian Socialist Parties, the Pal-
student at the Yeshiva Isaac
an
amendment
of
the
"owing
to
Labor
Federation, and the
estine
Elchanan.
Customs tariff as regards flour and Palestine Foundation Fund.
wheat and to the appearance of
Unveiling of Monument the new crop, imports of flour "Be careful not to cause woman
from France, Bulgaria and Russia, to weep, for God counts her tears.
An unveiling of a monument in and cereals from Turkey have Israel was redeemed from Egypt
Detroit's Finest and Best Equipped Car Washing
memory of Barnett Levin will take diminished considerably, but the on account of the virtue of its
p lace on Sunday, Sept. 11, at 2 imports of U.S.A. and Australian women. He who weds • rood
Plant
p. In., at the Cloverhill Park Cem- flour and cereals from Syria con- woman, it iras if he had fulfilled
etery. Relatives and friends are tinue. The Manchester goods all the precets of the Law."—Tal-
LUBRICATION — BODY POLISHING
invited to attend.
mud.
market Is active."

a

WILLIAM
GUTMAN

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An Open Letter
To Delicatessen
Buyers

KOSHER DELICATESSEN STORES
OF DETROIT RECENTLY AN-
NOUNCED THAT THEY SELL
TONGUES FOR 17c A POUND

SOLOMON LEVIN, Chairman of the Board of
Sinai Kosher Sausage Factory of Chicago, makes
you the following proposition:

every

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