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111EIATKOnJEWISfi CARON ICLE

and THE LEGAL CHRONICLE

WEEK IN REVIEW

(Continued From Page One)

tensifieci, two or three thousand
Jews will leave Germany every
year, mainly youth, while the elder
generation remains behind to face
suicide or death. The Guardian
also predicted that German Jewry
will soon be reduced to half its
present size .. , The London head-
quarters of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine scored the Revisionist
Union of Paris for having circulat-
ed petitions against the Mandatory
power, saying that the agency was
the only recognized body represent-1
ing the Zionist movement and that
the petition would do harm instead
of good. The Revisionists were sc.'
cured of having violated the decis-
sion of the Eighteenth Zionist Con-
gress. . . The London Financial
News, leading finance paper, scored
Hitlerite tactics in expropriating
the property of German Jews and
declared that Hitterism was an at-
tack on capitalism.
PALESTINE ,
A remarkable turn was given to
the Arlosoroff murder trial when
defense counsel Samuel declared
that two Arabs were now under
arrest in Jerusalem and that one
of them had confessed he was one
on the murderers of Dr. Chaim Ar-
losoroff. lie demanded that the
Arabs be produced in court, but the
police refused saying that the in-
vestigation was secret The magis-
trate suggested that the defense
subpoena the police files . . Fit-
:teen members of the Brith Trum-
. peldor, who participated in the
demonstration against the immi-
gration policy of the Palestine gov-
ernment on Dec. 9, in Tel Aviv,
were sentenced to serve four
months in prison for unlawful as-
sembly ... Palestinian wine grow-
era signed a contract for the ex-
port of 3,000,000 bottles of wine
into the United States in the corn-
ing year . . . The Aeefath
charim, the regularly elected as-
: icembly of the Palestine Jewish
communities will meet on Feb. 12,
in Jerusalem.

RECRUIT CAST FOR GREAT PAGEANT
TO BE PRESENTED HERE IN APRIL

35TH ANNIVERSARY
I SERMON PREACHED .1
BY DR. FRANKLIN

One)
(Continued from Page One,

I

MO'OS CHITIM COMMITTEE TO MEET
SUNDAY TO PLAN PASSOVER RELIEF

1

DR. KLIGER HEADS
M A CCABEE BRANCH

! With an attendance of about
1600, the newly elected officers of
Tent 1005 and Modern Hive 968
of the Maccabees were installed
by Great Commander Herbert

B'NAI B'RITH LADIES
TO STAGE PLAY FEB. 5

The Women's Auxiliary of B'nat
B'rith offers a varied program,
including a play,. dances by Miss
Sklar and other interesting feat-
ures, for the next open meeting,
to be held on Monday, Feb. 5, at
8:15 p. m., at the Hotel Steller.
Miss Lee Rosen is in charge of the
program.
Rosen is in charge of the program.
The Auxiliary is pleased to an-
nounce that the food carnival,
which was held at the Staler Ho-
tel on Jan. 13, was a huge success,
with over 300 people in attend-
ance. The proceeds will be used
to assist the Hillel Foundation at
Ann Arbor. The success of the
carnival was due to the untiring
efforts of Mesdames Harry Yud-
koff, J. Feller and their commit-
tee. An invitation is extended by
the organization to all women to
attend this and all future meet-
ings.

[ Reform opposition to the nation- i
Charles A. S. .i+' , chairman of the Detroit
alistic program of Dr. Theodor
Ask Volunteers To Apply for Places in Cast at Once;
1Herzl. He referred to the oppo-
Mo'os Chitin Committee, announces that his com-
sition to the Palestinian move-
First Rehearsal at Central High School Next
mittee, together with interested representatives of
ment incorporated in the Reform
Wednesday Evening, Feb. 7.
organizations, will meet at his home, 2244 Long-
platform adopted at the Pitts-
fellow avenue, at 11 a. m. this Sunday to plan action
burgh convention in 18a4, and
A cast of 2,000 is being recruited for the staging of the
I stated:
for the relief of the needy during the coming
"In discussing the whole prob-
pageant "The Romance of a l'eople."
Passover.
lem of Jewish nationalism, one
This great spectacle will be shown here beginning on
Organizations interested in assisting the move-
must, of course, remember that
April 16, at the Olympia.
since the day of Herz] it has un-
ment to supply Passover necessities to needy fam-
The first rehearsal, at which at least 1,000 of the first
dergone many and basic changes
group of actors are expected to be present, will take place
ilies during the coming festival are asked to send
in content and in form, and that
next Wednesday evening at Central High School. Isaac Van
representatives to this meeting.
I even those who were most vio-
Grove, director of the pageant, former director of the Chicago
lently opposed to it as a political
Civic Opera Co., will be present for this rehearsal. Meyer W.
movement have been eager these
Weisgal, general director of the pageant, will be here to give
many years to give to it their
finishing tapches to final arrangements.
moral and their financial support, AESCULAPIAN LADIES I
The complete clod is now being recruited, and the enlist-
so long as its emphasis was upon
BRIDGE ON WEDNESDAY I
-
ing of volunteers Is urged at once. Volunteers should apply
Jewish culture and upon the reli-
DR. JUNG TO ADDRESS
immediately by sending the following coupon to the pageant
gion of the Jew. But their early
JEWISH RADIO FORUM
The
Ladies'
Auxiliary
of
the
I
(Continued
from Page One)
i
opposition was based upon two
headquarters:
grounds, first, their conviction Aesculapian Pharmaceutical So-
Dr. Leo Jung, M. A., Ph.D..
ciety
will
aid
a
number
of
chari-
exclusive
right
to
run
buses
on
the
The Romance of a People,.
that the mission of Israel can be
rabbi of the Jewish Center of
interpreted only in the terms of table causes with proceeds of the Lodz-Tomashoff route. The group
Fifth Floor,
consists
of
the
late
director
of
the
New
York City, will be the guest
card
party
to
be
Park Avenue Building,
his religious belief and his reli-
Harriman Concern, Martini, the di-
speaker of the Jewish Radio
DR. DAVID KLIGER
gious idealism, that his genius is held next Wed-
808 Park Avenue,
rector
of
the
Lodz
Electrical
Works,
Forum
next Sunday, Feb. 4, over
not for government, and his des- nesday after-
Detroit, Mich.
and the Polish Senator Iwanowski. O'Connor and Assistant Supreme Station WJBK, on a program
tiny can not be read in terms of noon, at 1:30
I volunteer my services as a member of the cast for "The
This
group
at
the
same
time
ap-
Commander
Mrs.
Francis
Burns,
broadcast
from 5 p. m. to 5:30
a restored national life. And in o'clock, at the
Romance of a People" pageant to be produced at Olympia,
plied for a government subsidy of an Jan. 24, on the fourth floor of p. m.
the second place, he opposed the Book - Cadillac
under the sponsorship of the Jewish Welfare Federation of
2,000,000
zloty
(about
$400,000)
the
Maccabees
Building.
Rabbi Jung is one of the prom-
movement because he believed, as Hotel.
Detroit, with the co-operation of the Detroit Free Press, Detroit
for the purpose of building new
Newly elected officers of Tent inent leaders in Jewry in Amer-
In addition to
he must have believd, that so long
News and Detroit Times, and pledge myself to attend all
1005 are: ica, having contributed numerous
roads.
as it was a political movment, it the program of
Commander, Dr. David Kliger; works on Jewish life and religion.
rehearsals as instructed.
The line in question was until
inevitably called into question his entertain-
now in Jewish hands, and provided lieutenant commander, Max Samp• His subject will be "Living Jude-
integrity as an American citizen ment which will
work
for
no
less
than
'700
persons.
son;
record keeper, Charles Lip
. ism."
and gave rise to the charge of a feature this
.........
Name
The people now applying for the pitt; chaplain, Berman Lippitt;
Others on the program will be
divided loyalty. I do not claim event, there will
license
demand
in
addition
a
very
physician,
Dr. Benjamin W. Do- Rabbi Leon Fram of Temple Beth
that under Zionistic philosophy be many prizes,
Street Address
large subsidy for work which the vitz; sergeant, Sam Rubin; mas- El in his question and answer pe-
the charge was justified, that the and each lady
Jewish owners had to undertake ter-at-arms, Nathan Rubin; first riod, and Aaron Kurland, chair-
State
Jew was attempting to live at present will be
City or Town
at their own expense. The work the master of guards, Manny Rosin; man of the forum, in • "radio-
once under two flags. But to be given a souvenir
Jews have done up till now, the second master of guards, Mr. Mar- torial."
honest with myself on this day selection of
Telephone Number
large capital they have invested in golfs; sentinel and picket, Hyman
Mrs.
S.
S.
Stahl
drugs.
when I am trying to give an ac -
Previous experience:
the industry, count for nothing. Colchary. Trustees are Edward
The society is
counting of my own religious phil -
(
Their capital is lost, for since the Kopel, Samuel Brezner and Harry
headed
by
Mrs.
Samuel
S.
Stahl
Singing
osophy, I cannot refrain from say-
Female (
newly-elected president. Other of bueses may no longer be used, they Bennett. The past commander is
(
)
ing
that
I
understood
how
such
Dancing
( )
Male
ficers
are:
Mrs.
Dorothy
Pommer•
are
entirely valueless.
Alex Glick.
an interpretation might have been
( )
Dramatic
Officers of Modern Hive 968 are:
Age
made by those who were only too once, secretary; Mrs. Zelda Ten- The net result of the change will
Commander, Mrs. Sophie Kopel;
ready on any ground to read the nen, treasurer; Mrs. Albert Boe- of course be an enormous loss to
lieutenant
commander, Sophie
sky,
chairman
of
the
entertain-
Poland
as
a
whole.
But
the
Jews
Jew out of the circle of American
meat committee; Mrs. Frances will have been ousted from yet an- Zingeser; past commander, Ann
patriots."
Magid;
record
keeper, Sadie Siss-
be
Kollenberg,
associate
chairman
of
other
branch
of
industry,
and
the
Calls for Unity.
Continuing to review his reli- the entertainment committee. government apparently considers kind; chaplain, Morley Steiner;
GvenizE:,,, head of the Liberal
physician,
Dr.
Boudana
Sherman;
this
worth
the
cost.
For
the
Jew-
gious philosophy, Dr. Franklin
, party in Greece delivered an ulti-
ish community it implies one fur- mistress at arms, Cybille Pepper;
said:
matum to Greek Jews in which
then step towards their economic sergeant, Ann Joblan, first lady o f
"Despite the differences which
he insisted that Greek Jewish vot-
extinction. Slowly, but steadily, guard, Edythe Epstein; second
the
varying
religious
philosophies
: tens give up their franchise rights,
the Polish government is driving lady of guard, Bessie Dinetz; gen-
have brought into the camp of
, returning to the previous system
The Junior Congregation of H. Fauman will give the resume Israel, I, for one, from the first
its Jews to emigration or starve- tinel, Eva Uppeovsky; picket, Ber-
!of a special electoral college for
of the portion of the law to be
tion. nice Posen.
Greek Jews. This would relegate Shaarey Zedek Synagogue will read. The duties of the chazzon day of my ministry have never

Gifts were presented to lier.
conduct
services
in
the
main
audi-

On the occasion of Chamisho
Order
them to a political ghetto. He of torium this Saturday. This marks will be carried out by Irving forgotten that Jew is bound to
bert O'Connor, Mrs. Burns, Mr.
POLES AVOW THEIR
-anti-
Jew
with
a
hundred
strong
but
Osor
b'Shvat,
trees
were
planted
,fered to suspend the virulent
Muech and Herbert Levin, who
and
Mrs. Magid, Mrs. Thorp and
the
second
time
this
season
that
FRIENDSHIP
FOR
JEWS
tender and indissoluble ties. I in Jewish National Fund forests
will enable them to buy domes-
Semitic campaign now being car-
will
each
render
a
portion
of
the
An entirely different story from Dr. Kliger.
tic or imported articles at the
.ried on by the Liberal party press the juniors have been accorded service. David Weisenfeld will have done my utmost to create in Palestine by the following:
The guests of honor were Dr.
this privilege. One who attends
out of the various elements of
Thirty trees by the pupils and the above is related in an article
Torgsin Stores located in every
•if they accepted his conditions. these services cannot help but be read the sedra of the week. Jos-
and Mrs. B. F. Black, Mr. and
communicated
this
week
to
The
De-
Jews
in
this
community
one
group
city of the Soviet Union. Or-
teachers
of
the
United
Hebrew
Venizelos blamed the Greek Jews
eph Cotten and Leonard Kasle will
troit Jewish Chronicle front a Po- Mrs. O'Connor, Councilman Ed-
ders promptly executed. Prices
:for his political failures in recent impressed with the inspiring sight also occupy positions on the bimah that, irrespective of birthplace or Schools.
Three trees by the children of lish source. This article relates an ward J. Jeffries, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
at the Torpors Stores compare
elections ... An anti-Jewish dem- of the young men and women of as the officers of the Junior Con - social position or theological tra-
event that took place recently in Thorp. Refreshments were served
favorably with those in the
dition, might plan together and Shaarey Zedek Sunday School.
'onstration took place in the Greek the synagogue conducting these gregation.
Rowne,
Poland.
The
communicated
and
dancing
followed.
services.
United States.
Three trees by the Sisterhood
parliament when Premier Tsald-
The services will begin promptly work together in common holy
The sermort will be delivered by
article reads in part:
Announcements
were
made
of
of
Congregation
Shaarey
Zedek.
aria defended the Greek Jews from
cause."
For orders on Torgsin apply to
at 9 o'clock. The public is wel-
Louis
J.
Gordon.
Ills
sUbject
wilt
"The
Jews
of
the
Volhynian
be
the annual dance to ee held on
Two trees by the Temple Beth
your local bank or authorized
the attacks of the anti-Semites. Led
"There have been differences
come.
province organized a drive to col- Feb. 25, at the Maccabees auditor-
agents.
by the Greek Liberal oppositionist be "Standing Before God." Lays
El
School
of
Religion.
between the two groups during
Trees were also planted by Pur - lest funds for the purchase of an illill featuring Dave Diamond and
Deputy Apostolu, the anti-Semites
the years of my ministry here,"
, ' h estra.
' '
ity Chapter No. 359 of the Order airplane to be presented to the Po- s BO
created an uproad in parliament.
orc
Dr. Franklin continued, "but I
as officially
of Eastern Star, on the occasion fish army. The drive w
believe that the wounds have
POLAND:
inaugurated
with
a
mass
meeting,

of
Chamisho
Osor
b'Shvat,
as
PRENZLAUER
GROUP'S
The Polish premier accompanied
been healed and we are ell Corn-
which was attended by officials of
(Continued from Parse One)
follows:
EVENT
by the minister of commerce left
ing to lee more and more that
PURIM
_ FEB. 25
the
Polish
government.
Among

for Palestine to be present at the
the essential thing to e mphasise
One tree in memory of Henry , those present were re presentatives
opening of the Polish pavilion at act in refusing to direct the 1933
ose
General Peprecentative In U.S.A.
A dance and revue entitled "A is not Orthodoxy and not Re-
Alter Rissman,
of Rebecca
.... the
Thanks are tendered to all who
i es, the
th coon-
Festival at Bayreuth" The quiet
Rieman,
Purity father
member;
one tree ; of
district authorities,
at Anoterg-261 Fifth Ave., N.Y.
but Judaism unqualified
the Levant Fair in Tel Aviv • • •
echo
of
the
storm
Night
in
Ilarlem"
will
be
presented
form,
ty chief (Starosta) of Rowne, the made possible the success of the
was
A
ninteen-year-old
Polish
youth
and
unadjectived
and
the
Jew.
lit
memory
of
Mrs.
Rebecca
Berea-
was jailed for a week for having of protest against the oppressive by the Junior League of Shaarey
, county vice-chief, the president and first bridge-dansant given by the
son, mother of Mrs. RoseRob- vice-president of the city, represen- Eva Prenzlauer Maternity Aid.
"down with the Jews" dui- and discriminatory policies of the Zedek, this Saturday night, i eh.. lab lae.
Dr. Franklin stated that while arts, member of Purity; one tree I Wives of state police, the board of Thanks are given to the Equality
s houted
Nazi regime in Germany, unloosen-
ing an anti-Jewish demonstration. ed in the world of art and letters
he stood for the liberal in terpre•
d in I in memory of David Zausville of education. The Polish army was Club and the East Side Sunshine
Four Polish Jews were chosen to when Mr. Toscantni headed a group
Cation of Judaism, he rejoice
Toledo, father of Anna Mona represented by General Knoll, and Club a :sis rt tet hnetsi r acroe- o pg i e yr: n t i o tnhe
. Tel::
represent Poland on the advisory of distinguished composers and 1
the progress of his Orthodox , Kurz, Purity member; one tree in by
b the commander of the garrison chairman, Mrs. Meyer Finkel, and
body of the refugee commission
brethren. "Today more than ever memory of Aaron Madiessky, fa- of Rowne. Also attending the meet- h
musicians who forwarded their pro-
The Polish rabbinate asked the test to Adolph Hitler against the
it is needed that the Jewry of a! titer of Ann Robinson, Purity ing were representatives of the predation of Mrs. George Cohen,
Corporation
Jews of Poland to prosecute the ousting and persecuting of world
great community, not to say the
rabbinate and the Jewish religious president, for their efforts..

boycott against German goods ...
Jewry of the world, must stand
Plans for a Purim dinner-dance' is doing business as usual.
One tree was planted by Mrs. community, delegates from many
famous artists on the ground of
An anti-Nazi committee was organ-
with a united front," he said. We Sophie Cohn of 2740 Fullerton, on Volhynian cities, and a number of have been completed and the date
Despite all difficulties and hard-
tied by Polish workers and Social- their race, religious or political af-
are one people, we are one family the occasion of the Yahrzeit of invited guests.
was set for Sunday evening, Feb.' ships due to fire which broke
filiation. This protest was cabled
group, we have a common past, her son, Joseph Lee Cohen, who
, ista. .
"The speeches included that of 25, at Congregation Beth David,
con-
to Adolph Hitler on April 2, 1933,

out in our plant, we are
a common tradition and our fu- died on Jan. 30, 1900.
the Starosta of the county of ' Elmhurst at Fourteenth. For. tinuing our business without
and when it wills ignored by the
EGYPT:
ture is bound up one with the
The Carlo Mixed Tribunal re- N azi . government, Mr. Toscanini re-
Rowne,
Mr.
Kanski.
I
reservations,
call
Mrs.
Rose
Gold-
any interruption.
Louis Tobin, chairman of the
jected the libel action brought by fusel to accept the urgent pleas of
"In his speech, General Knoll berg, chairman of tickets, Town-
other."
Jewish National Fund tree com-
[Best Milk, Cream, Cheese,
Turning to the challenge of the
Italian Jew Umberto Jabes, the
'
among other things:
send 7-2171, or Mrs. Morris Bitt•
musical world in Germany to
mittee, who can be reached by said,
- As reprmentativa of the military author!. •
r
Butter.
future, Dr. Franklin stated:
against the president of the Cairo direct the 1933 Wagner Festival at :
chairman, Townsend
g
calling Lafayette 1575 or Town- ties In this district, I wish to voice my most , aegeneral
- L„
"Our work is not yet done.
German Society and a printer for Bayreuth. The inscription
g
in
encl.,. expretalona upon the action under.' 6-7328.
Service Is Our Watchword
send 8.7073, this week stated:
There are many problems that
having libelled him in • pamphlet Golden Book, the n first of a series
"While the planting of trees lotkrar ,50;
a5t1":„loPlig""s 0:11 Plrh""‘""8
loom large in days like these be-
issued by the society. The court made possible by the contribution
RODIN CLUB
through the J. N. F. is a means praSeworthy. as It nnot Lei to whiceli ngu,
fore us and we most meet them.
have been compelled. ThIA spontaneoue artIon
:dismissed the action for lack of of f Louis P. Rucker, Is an honor
Mrs. Fred Zierer was hostess at
of eying a tribute to a friend Is of particular signifleance In Polish-Jewish
costs
g
To
meet
them
we
must
give
of
our
jurisdiction, a s s e s s i n
to that accorded to few non-
co-operation It la more shmificent be- the last meeting of the Rodin
material substance. Too many of , en memorializing a departed e.. It was IMtiated in the mono.. border- Club. The meeting was held at
against him. M. Castro, attorney Jewish
Corporation
ish notables including Emile
applicable Mg on our eaatern frontier. The Jcwith ;mink
iend, it is even
for Jabes announced that he would " defender of Dreyfus, g
us try to attain our reli ion too I fr
the home of Mrs. B. R. Salinger
Al • Whole Is not yet fully cognisant of the
MR. GULA, Pres.
e panic
mor
to organizations,
cheaply. In recasting our budget:
schools sla- import of this action. The •hole history of of Webb avenue, on Tuesday
, appeal the decision. The Nazi press, f'
. 'la 1 el etnte
President
h Woodrow Wilson, King
Call a s and we will take
in depression times, the synagogue I terhoods of congregations. I Polend- and I empluelte this strongly—is free
which had followed the case closely, Edward VII( David Lloyd George
The next
afternoon, Jan. 23.
from antl-Sernitlain Anti-Semitism le one of
your order.
is the first to suffer at our hands. would therefore urge every or- these pernicious planted on our land by the meeting will take place at the
was jubilant at the verdict and thej and
Arthur Lord Balfour.
a
It
should
not
be
so.
I
ask
you
ganization,
large
or
small,
partic-
perstionin ■ powers This need has been eon-
HELEN LEFKOFSKY
Longfellow 8655
case will be utilized in nation-wide I
siderebly exterminated Or our Soodnibrot. due- home of Sirs. F. Rodin, 277 Bel-
In making the presentation , Dr.
not to let a few of us carry all the ularly during this week of Chum- Ina the 15 years of Independent existence. I mont, on Monday evening, Feb. 5.
broadcast over the government Israel Goldstein addressed Mr., Tos-
3, in the social hall of the syna- burden. Let us renew our coy- labs Osor b'Shvat, to avail them- emphatically state. the. Um Polish army I.
owned radio in Germany.
of anti-Semitism '•
canini es follows:
gogue. A capacity crowd is ex- enant today to carry on. But the selves of this fine custom, thereby
"General Knoll then spoke at
UNITED STATES:
• %Then lest April you headed • imp eI l
A few tables are yet problems which are ours to solve paying honors to members and at
A delegation of American Zion- dintineumhed connmaers arid musicians 10 as I pected.
Inegth
about the notable services
structive
per- ' available and may be reserved by
do not relate only to our material the same time doing con
ist and Jewish Agency leaders pre- . 1,1,,a1 tO i s. oe se......r.sees to asp.
. Trees rendered by Jews in the Polish
!S e .7e• "5.
'Z' ,fr ' calling Helen Lefkofsky or Louis affairs, they lie rather in the real
m work for our homelan d
.4 see . ." ,'.,.%
1
';
V-il
r?.......
mental the British ambassador in ! ,,7 u_
be
planted
in
the
name
of
army
and
added in conclusion:
.
.tt.
e
,
may also
n with a copy of a reso- amides sr .ever lever a liberty .rte .it.; , J. Gordon.
of the spiritual.
"This gift of yours to the Po-
Washingto
the organization wishing to do so."
Ad
t: when in pmts. against Waldron'. failure
Dill McDonald and his Ilarlem
"I stand again before the moun-
lution protesting the immigration
fish army will demonstrate to the en
Strutters will provide the music t i of my early vision. I have
policy of the Palestine government. ise'irrte","0`,TZ zic,.: t.tv gigt":,
tire world that as citizens we are
millions of hemts went out le
-
• y reuth
The ambassador agreed to forward n
:::.',,W70`,,t;Tas•tr`,;:,;;°",
for ""' lee...ea
for
occasion. in
A full
floor show
Three Events Feature en
Cter all equal, The air knows no boun-
will
be the
presented
addition
to dreams
ideals a unreoal
I
w mounted
n
r :,zil pan- ;
died. I unfulfilled,
have
bit
the petition to his government. The 271 y en„ ea, 0,,, a, g. o ,..:
defies and yuor selection of a gift
Program.
11-piece orchestra. There will y
misjudgment!
trZiii=
to
the
.hose committee on immigration'
was thus unusually
ee,,:-
ma gic lam , and then, through
_ point."
, , singers,
t
,.'
be
dancers
report with the house on ' ro .
"Resolution was adopted to dis-
impersonators,
acrobats
and
other
sometimes,
and
at
others
through
I
filed
a
pre of ,r,... o namee
-
l eater;
l be
Three
one-act
plays
wi
its unofficial investigation of Nazi ssail..
ie.,
es,.
the
circumstances
beyond
control,
I
ech.e gpurebelticingasndtottohemparresshiad lelntpout
c ee sill to written future generation/ Win
11, m
the reliant ch•mpiona of the spirit entertainment to be presented in have undoubtedly slipped back. sented by the Young People's So- pillt
aim
activities
in
the
United
States
and

recommended to Congress to take vs. :lava ...ease.. is. powers es IsigotrY . typical Harlem style. Decorations But I still look toward the heights. clety Players of the Shaarey suds ki. The public gathered at
" '''''"."--
that with Zedek for the Jewish Community this mass meeting subscribed the
the re , - , ' and tables have been worked out God grant me strength continued
•immediate action to prevent foreign
jue ;L:":),:,..eirz, try,b.....,
Center at the Center building, sum of 5000 zlotys for the drive."
our
..t. wile in typical cabaret form. There
agitators from gaining a foothold „,..7, V"
,..es Police suffered h. -.egr..
will be favors and prizes for all your help and y
O Woodwar d
eolmed
e
y
e
'
in this country • .. Definite liter- 1 y ,,,r
er...ilea.
er
and
refreshments
will
be
served.
sympathy
and
our
mutual
devo- 890 4
nessee
.,:,,,,, ,,z,
6, the Center
n Tuesday, Feb.
avenue.
lion to a great and holy cause, I
aliza ti on of immigration restric-
• In recognition of your noble wales to s
may in the years, be they many is sponsoring a theater party feat "The Sabbath Queen" To Be
lions to permit the entry of Ger -
Ballet
urine
the
Monte
Carlo
t
or few that lie before me, moun
„ en " l' a7 MI% re
Staged at Chamisho Osor
man refugees, under the regular nexus. e" c:f . tth "R b.d
in the Masonic Auditorium.
the Jewish National Fund Thi• In-
BAY CITYANS HEAR
immigration quota a as assured
j ust a little higher, and as I rise, Russo
.eta of similar
Celebration Sunday.
gel-lotion ss the drat of
A
bridge
and
dance
will
be
held
14FtS. D. GREENBERG may you, dear and devoted
P moved to expecliate
w hfficial
en o
the Center Auditorium Satur-
`. ``
friends, climb upward with me."
formalities involved... In a Wash- 's,'„„
which mu In ,
day
evening,
Feb.
3.
An
interest-
The
playlet entitled "The Sab-
et is. Jewlds ewe.] nes
BAY CITY, Mich.—An inspir-
ington address Rabbi Stephen S.
Wise asked President Roosevelt to f.;;VrIen'="•,!ere'::;,,b;;;4„4,-; ing talk on Palestine and the re- Dr. Free tin To Preoch on "TIN ing program has been prepared bath Queen," which was staged at
0.
Mare beside in. es.. a zee. za. .
the
Woman's
Auxiliary of the
11.."
raise his voice in protes t against
cent achievements of Hadassah was
Church That Ought
United Hebrew Schools on Jan.
On Sunday morning, Feb. 4, at for this event.
More than 1, 300 Ger- t';'0".,%,''',:d47.
given by Mrs. David a Greenberg oi
i..
sm.
Alienby
Lord
Arthur
Balfour,
Baron
24, will be presented again for
Seek and find thrilling pro-
d
the ' '
10:45 Dr. Leo M. Franklin will
man
an ref ugees ave en
1 Mt ernon, .
17,::
,tz„vr„,
E. Au gust To Ad- parents, friends and the children
)
the Hitierite per- 1.r.T rf,
sho meeting of the Junior and Sen- preach at Temple Beth El, Wood- Dr. Harry
grams all over the globe.
Cod States s
n on-ires.
on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 4, at
Inter-Collegiate
Club.
Colonel began, it was announced...es ether eis.tees.
ties
at
the
Wen-
ward
and
Gladstone,
on
the
sub-
th• ""h or Hadaasah socie
3 o'clock, at the Philadelphia-
PHILCO has revolutionized
7°. th"'"''''"
h That t Ought To
Colonel Edwin Emercon. one of the
ject The Churca
b Hotel.
°na
Dr. Harry E. August will be the Byron Auditorium. The staging
leading Nazi propegendiets in the
The public is invited.
short-wave tuning of for-
...rite Jests!, People in Paintine tadsare
B. Harrison presided
Mrs. Lo
L
engaged in a nations! rem...tame ones: Its
of
this
playlet
will
be
part
of
the
principal speaker at a special
United States, left sidderly for
introduced the
eign stations with many
at the meeting and Mrs.
meeting of the Inter-Collegiate Chamisho Osor festival which was
Europe on the Bremen. So secretive
Greenberg
ph,
guest speaker.
was the Colonel that attempts to meee. ie. sail of Palestine memoir. tn.
exclusive improvements,
North Woodward J. W. E . Club of Detroit to be held at the celebrated in all the classrooms
told
of
various
countries
she
recent-
on Wednesday. In addition to the
74t1 1= 11
evening,
otel
on
Monday
Giv
Dinner-
find out his destination were un-
e
Stetter H
W. O . To
ly visited and of the Jewish strug-
enabling you to enjoy the
h., . the h^nne
Feb. 5 Ile has chosen as his sub- playlet, there will be choral sing-
availing. Whether the Colonel's a,. *sae s. ceeree.et s.
arms gle for existence there in compari
Dance.
ing and Palestinian dancing by
finest world-wide reception.
decision to leave was motivated by 4,,0
A meeting of the North Wood- jest "The Application of Psychi-
mieh
The J - ew
with Palestine, where Jews find
mai
eaterno
and
approvattre
et
you
other
groups
of
children,
under
in of congreseional in-
the certainty
a haven of refuge. She also told ward branch of the Jewish Worn- atry to Professions Other Than the direction of A. Panush and
here
12:
vestigation of Nazi activities
a man en's European Welfare Organize- Medicine." This meeting is open
k of Hdes-
of the remarkable wor
Let us give you an actual
oa.is o n ior sosn oos, sod freede
which would doubtless have called
Mrs to members of the organization Miss Zelda Rosenthal. The play-
16x
h i Palestine whe re Ger
f
h h
let has been coached by Fay Gal-
demonstration. You will be
lion
him ■ wanes.% is not known.
R. B. Newman, Tuesday after. and their friends.
and Jewish medical experts are
vani Leah Pike and Betsy Ulanoff.
to addition be the mane Pew ell-
a
OF
EUROPE:
The
entire
program
is
under
en
REST
THE
TH
being established and given
amazed!
e lettere... this PHILP ()
The Hungarian government capi• SEVERAL PROJECTS OF
chance to continue their research noon, Jan. 30. raised at the theater the direction and supervision of
hetet. ..... ether Important a.
All funds
tulated to the striking ant t-.
- e m
JUNIOR HOME RELIEF work.
indoelemt, met, es the Pa,..
were turned Drs. Daniel Cohn and Dennis Ko- INTER-FRATERNAL LEAGUE
14
!weave
flansdlee Scant Se-
Gire your home a REAL radio!
Mrs. Julius E. Ginsberg, pro- party given Jan.
ite students and agreed to intro-
d tha van, while C hairrnan Milton M.
Awe. Sreele
ger ''Cleee
A resolution
elief Society gram chairman, presented • skit• the money
act as toastmaster.
dues strict numerus clausus for ,
Junior !tome
Shed•te Teal's, Aedlt•r1.•
The Inter-Fraternal League held
was fora the purl - Maddin will
s
be
ued
Jewish students in the universities ! m t S
:
The
fourteenth
annual
winter
Serest,. eta toplet•
Su n da y , at theR
its
weekly
scheduled
games
Jan.
will give a party
rth , "The Pioneers," directed by Mrs.
of tickets to bring the wife formal of the Inter-Collegiate
e
rehb.4 rebleell et Coast weed.
A Danzig Nazi court sentenced
The club
Ad Iman and act- chase daughter o
PHILCOS $ 20 UP
• '
30 at Durfee School, with the
a o
Only Me.
a Jew to serve three months in I 1 b°
Club will be held in the ballroom following results:
fo r the residents of the Jewis
ed by Mill Beryl Voight, Miss Jos. and
jail for expectorating on • a
Children's Home from 3 to 5 ephine Berglass and Miss Edith from
Europe.
The
ways and means committee of the Hotel Stadler on Saturday
Alpha Tau Alpha Fraternity re-
newspaper poster. . . Belgian So- o'clock this Saturday.
.
ay.
tained leadership of the league by
Klepper.
bner Goldman sang a group of completed plans for • dinner- evening,
Fe
. orchestra
hestra h and
as been
cialists instituted action against
ein's
the defeating Phi Alpha Tau, 37 to
J ules
The girls are sponsoring several sonAga
Model Show. Above-16X, 3173
Lassaut, Belgian an
Klor
t
it
a
point
to
give
a
basket
of
fond
berg.
accompanied
by
Mrs.
Gins-
,dance,
the
date
to
be
announced
'
secured
fhe
'
16. winning its eighth straight
'next week.
Belgium hope other projects: They are making
The next meeting will be held entertainment committee has as- league game; Epsilon Mu upset
that the verdict will have effect on
gr
After Mrs. Greenberg's talk, coo--
to a poor family each week, and
• proam of professional the Live Wires, 19 to 13; Phi Beta
the Nazi press in Belgium. . . • are taking care of a family ten-' ' lion pictures of modern Palestine at the home of Miss II. Mitt of , on sured
t. inmen t secured for the Epsilon broke into the win col-
oteorta
French papers denied that Alexan- porarily, Winifred Cornell being shnodwoHadassah activities were Webb avenue.
1 e
umn by defeating Alpha Tau Beta,
a
The
sick
committee
asks
that
der Stavisky, center of • nasty in charge. The club also supplied
A buffet supper will be served
18 to 16.
Mrs. William Kentz, assisted by ' members or friends ill or in dis-
!Kends), was a Jew. Staviaky was • a kir] with school books, various
The following is the schedule
!Mrs.
Harry
Alpern
and
Mrs.
Philip
tress
should
communicate
with
at
midnight
with
dancing
contin-
morn-
Russian who became a Roman
ng throughout the
for Feb. 6, at the Durfee School:
girls donating them.
early
i
nvite-
l
stri
ct
Garfield 3 512
Catholic.
'Ile Juniors also "adopted" • , Zacher, had charge of dinner ar-
any
of
the
following:
Mrs
R
sig.
le
Phi Alpha Tau vs. Phi Beta Ep- Betwee ■ Blaine and Gladstone
Weissman, 2724
Townsend tional to members and their
Tall Alpha vs. ED-
sheaf at an Ann Arbor hospital.. rangementa.
Redbla tt, 3286!
6-2859; Mn. A. Leslie,
be silon, Alpha
1 "1"11
Club mars weer/ el
ilon Nu; Live Wires vs. Alpha
Sec ts1 ""clu
ma
The apart.
. rst, Townsend 6-7825; lire. friends. Reftervans
taws a osuois! Each girl Ls writing to her and
tin Daniel Cohn •
Per I tree bete si
Mitt, Webb avenue, Longfel- made by calling Dr.
Tea Beta.
hems ws • obese le I slaking a small personal gift! A wife's III•humor is often more Elmhu
see
than a husband's good
en..1 of benefit
n
IL.,1
_
at Cherry 0854.

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