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VOL. XXXV. NO. 38
THE LEGAL CHRONICLE
DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1934
NATIONAL MEET OF
J. N. F. WILL PLAN
USSISHKIN COLONY ,
THE WEEK IN REVIEW
By MILTON BROWN
(Copyright. MO Jewish Telegraphic Agency. toe.)
Tribute To Be Paid World The 225,000 Jews in Austria
stand by and watch with increasing
Leader at Philadelphia
anxiety the struggle between the
Dollfuss regime supported by the
Ileirnwehr under I'rince von Star-
hemberg and the Austrian Nazis.
WILL BE GIVEN HERE No matter which -side wins the
Jews will lose. If as is most likely
Nazis win, the Jews will suffer
Detroit Council Also To the
for having stubbornly supported
Celebrate Purim With
Dollfuss. If the Heimwehr-Doll-
fuss crowd wins, discriminatory
Rally on Feb. 28.
legislation will be introduced which
will ruin the Austrian Jews quiet-
NEW YORK, N. Y.—The estab- ly
without the barbarism of the
lishment in Palestine of a new
colony which will increase the land
settling opportunities for recent
arrivals in the Jewish Homeland
of refugees from lands of oppres-
sion, particularly from Hitler Ger-
many, will be the goal of a na-
tional conference of representa-
tives of all Zionist groups and par-
ties in the United States which will Joseph Sprintzak and Rabbi
be held on Sunday, Feb. 18, at
Samuel Wohl To Be
the Benjamin Franklin Hotel in
Philadelphia, Pa. Approximately
800 delegates representing numer-
The reception banquet in honor
ous organizations interested in the
upbuilding of Palestine as the of Joseph Sprintzak, leader of the
Jewish National Home will attend Palestine Labor Delegation to the
the all day conference under the United States, will take place this
chairmanship of Dr. Israel Gold- Sunday, Feb. 18, at 6:30 p. m.,
stein, president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund of America.
The national conference, the
first of its kind in recent years,
will be an inter-party assembly
of the right, left and central
wings of American Zionists be-
cause of the fact that it is being
held under the auspices of the
Jewish National Fund, the only
organization in which all factions
are united. The major point on
the agenda will be the considera-
tion of a plan for the enlistment
of the co-operation of American
Jewry in the establishment of the
new colony which is to bear the
name of Kfar Ussishkin, in tribute
to Menahem Ussishkin, the famous
veteran Zionist leader, whose
seventieth birthday is now being
celebrated throughout the world.
The tribute is being paid to
Ussishkin, universally known as
the "iron man" of the Zionist
movement. The movement was
launched last summer at the
Eighteenth Zionist Congress, and
has been supported by Jewry of
20 countries where the effort to in the Byron-PhiladOlphia Hall.
raise the necessary fund is now Rabbi Samuel Wohl of the Isaac
under way. Other,questions con- Wise Temple of , Cincinnati will
nected with the problem of share the honori! OT! the evening
strengthening and co-ordinating with Mr. Sprintzak.
Joseph Sprintzak is a veteran of
the work in the United States in
behalf of the Jewish National the Jewish labor movement in
Fund will also be considered and
The sessions of the national
conference will occupy the entire
day, during which the delegates
will be addressed by Dr. Israel
Goldstein, president of the Jewish
National Fund of America; Louis
Lipsky, American member of the
World Zionist Executive; Morris
Rothenberg, president of the Zion-
ist Organization of America; Rab-
bi Wolf Gold, president of Miz-
rachi; Chaim Greenberg, the noted
orator representing the Peale
Zion-Zeire Zion; by a representa-
tive of the Federal Government.
and by other prominent leaders
and speakers. A forum will be
held in the evening at which the
Rev. John Ilaynes Holmes of New
York will be a speaker.
Greetings in the name of the
Jewish community of Philadelphia
will be brought to the confer-
RABBI SAMUEL WOHL
ence by Dr. Max D. Klein and
Hon. L. Arthur Greenstein, mem- Palestine. His activities date back
ber of the Pennsylvania State from the heroic days of the his-
Legislature.. • •
toric Second Aliyah. Rabbi Wohl,
a well known orator and thinker,
DETROIT J. N. F. PURIM
has recently returned from an ex-
CELEBRATION FEB. 28
tended trip to Palestine. During
The Detroit Jewish National his stay there he made a thorough
Fund Council will celebrate Purim survey of conditions in the coun-
at a rally, both educational and try. He will address the dinner
social, to be held on Wednesday gathering in English.
evening, Feb. 28, the eve of Purim,
The banquet, which is to mark
at Hotel Statler.
the victorious close of the cam-
A feature of this rally will be paign which has met this year
the singing of Palestinian and with unprecedented success, will
holiday songs by a group from also be featured by a rich and
Hashomer Hatzoir, other musical varied musical program. Among
selections, instrumental and vocal, those who will participate are
Palestinian dances, and brief talks Rebecca Katzman-Frohman, well
by Joseph Haggai and Philip known Detroit pianist; Emma
Lazaroff Scheyer, renowned De-
An event of unusual interest troit vocal artist who has achieved
and uniqueness is being arranged signal fame in her recent appear-
by the local Jewish National Fund ances as Marguerite in the San
for Tuesday evening, April 3, Carlo Opera Company's presenta-
Chol Hamoed Passover, when a tion of "Faust" and in the Detroit
Chalutzim dinner will be given, Symphony Orchestra's recent Jew-
with a prominent national figure
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delivering the address.
Jewish Agricultural Society Reports
Unabated Interest in Farming by Jews
Jewish Farmers Stick to Their Farms; 109,600 Jews Live
in Rural U. S. Territory; Thirty-fourth Annual
Report Issued by the Society.
The report gives a comprehen-
Gabriel Davidson, general man-
ager of the Jewish Agricultural sive account of the work of the
Society, 301 East Fourteenth various departments and branch
street, New York, has issued the offices through which the society
society's thirty-fourth annual re- operates.
11,060 Farm Loses.
port to the effect that "the inter-
The society, through its farm
est of the Jew in the farm remains
unabated. In good times and in loan department, has granted, up
bad times there is always a seg- to the end of its last fiscal year,
ment of our people in whom the 11.060 farm loans aggregating
craving for the farm is instinc- over $7,000,000 to Jewish farmers
in 40 states. This financial serv-
tive and irrepressible."
ice provides the Jewish farmer
In 1900, when the Jewish Agri- with a source of credit not readily
cultural Society first began to obtainable through other sources.
function, there were 216 Jewish Farm loans are made on smaller
farm families in the United States. margins of equity than are usually
There are now, according to II. S. acceptable by lending agencies.
Linfield, former director of the ' Their repayment is spread over a
Statistical Department of the long number of years, and there
American Jewish Committee, 109,- ' is no exaction of bonus or com-
600 Jews living in rural territory. mission or payment of renewal
large numbers of whom derive
The society's attitude
their living, in whole or in part, ; charges.
toward its clients is reflected in
from agricultural pursuits. Even` the statement, We cannot be too
state in the Union has Jewish
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Per Year, $3.00; Per Copy, 10 Cents
LA GUARDIA CALLS Wineman Strikes Keynote of Federation
JEWS IN AUSTRIA
FOR A BOYCOTT OF Rallies by Calling for a United Detroit
TO BE ROBBED OF
NAZIS IN GERMANY
Effort to Aid Hitler Terror Refugees POLITICAL RIGHTS
I German Nazis. It is no secret that
the lieimwehr is anti-Semitic. I N. Y. Mayor Says Hitler Re-
Government Organ Confirms
Measures will be introduced by
Makes Public Announcement to the Effect That Annual Drive for Funds in May
vives Conditions Which
Reports of Official
the Dollfuss regime in the event of
Led to World War.
Will Again Include National and International Obligations;
victory which will sharply limit the
legal and political rights of the
Jews, eliminate them from many CHRISTIAN COUNCIL
SMOLAR CABLES SAD
of the free professions and limit
PROTESTS ON NAZIS
NEWS FROM VIENNA
them in commerce... The week was
marked by an intensification of the
FEDERATION ACTS TO RELIEVE STATUS OF SOCIAL WORKERS;
Nazi bombing campaign in Austria,
AGENCIES REPORT THEY EMERGED VICTORIOUSLY FROM CRISIS
Hearing on Anti-Hitler
this time directed mostly against
United Front Sought by
the Jews. • . In Salzburg stores of
'Jewish merchants were bombed ...
In Vienna the headquarters of the
Annual meetings of the Jewish giving tradition. As • result of the army to "fight in this battle
NEW YORK.—The Hitler 4
Jewish community, the Schiff school gime in Germany is a recrudei- Welfare Federation of Detroit the German tragedy, we have, for political liberty, religious
ist!ty cB o'reS po M t e l :nA .1!r loo
and the Jewish stores all through cense of the arrogance and and its affiliated agencies, held on for eight months, been flooded freedom and tolerance."
the city were bombed by Nazi ter- "Schrecklichkeit" which brought Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, with eppe•Is for help. We have
In the course of his address,
rorists, however, the damage was about the World War, speakers heard reports of achievements been open to criticism.
Mr. Wineman quoted the state-
Latest cables from Vienna,
small. . . In the smaller Austrian declared at a testimonial luncheon during the past year, elected of-
"If we have not given, we at ments made at the recent meet- received from B. Smolar, staff
towns, banks of Nazi hooligans in
Town Hall on Monday in honor ficers, and emphasized that the least had plenty of time to give ings of Federation executives in correspondent of the Jewish
the streets assaulted Jews and at
of Charles Edward Russell, presi- Detroit community emerged vic- serious thought to this grave Chicago by James G. McDonald, Telegraphic Agency, reveal that
broke the windows in Jewish shops dent and founder of the Pro- toriously out of the crisis which problem. Most of us have had High Commissioner of the League there were many Jewish victims
. In many rases the special pol-
Federation of Americo, came as a result of the closing of to ask ourselves, 'What would of Nations for the Relief of Ger- among the sufferers in the riots.
ice assigned to guard Jewish dis- a Palestine
we do if these things happened man Refugees, who pointed out Two are reported killed and
movement dedicated to the re- the banks a year ago.
tricts joined with the Nazis in at- turn
The keynote of the gatherings to us?' This is no idle thought that the problem is not alone that hundreds of other. Jews
to their homeland
tacking Jews ... The Austrian cab- and for the advancement
of goo was sounded at the dinner-meet- because we are surrounded by of the present refugees, but also wounded.
wet empowered Chancellor Dollfuss will between Jews and non-Je
of the many tens of thousands
ing of the Detroit Service Group dangers.
to appeal to the League of Nations
"The present conditions have who will be compelled to flee from
VIENNA. (JTA) — Fear
Mayor LaGuardia, honoring M . by Ilenry Wineman, chairman of
for aid against German Nazi ag-
Russell for his efforts in behalf
that the Jews of Austria are
Jewish breast to help the unfor-
of the Palestine restoration move- Federation, on Sunday evening.
The first of the series of meet- on the verge of losing their
Pointing out that the Federa- tunates. We have • great task
ment, urged "a well regulated
The outstanding event of the system of boycott of German tion was compelled to cancel all ahead of us. The job falls upon ings was that of the Federation political rights, even under
week as far as Germany is con- goods" to "impress the people 0( national and international obliga- you, men and women of the De- proper, held in the General Mo- the present government,
cerned was the order issued by Germany that they cannot expect tions in 1933 on account of the troit Service Group. It is ■ tors Building. The meeting was were substantiated by the Wiener
cpened by Aaron DeRoy, who later Zeitung, the official government
Minister of the Interior Dr. Wil- the friendship of the world as Ionic bank crash, Mr. Wineman de- job for every one of us."
the chair over to Mr. Wino- organ, which announced that
helm Frick notifying officials as they tolerate the present Hito clared:
Mr. Wineman announced that turned
throughout Germany that the so- ler government."
"This was • most drastic and the annual campaign is to be held
are expected under the
absence of Clarence Eng- changes
called Aryan clause under which
In his response, Mr. Russell! unusual procedure because we from May 6 to 16. He appealed
projected Austrian constitution
Jewish officials were dismissed from urged that the United Statioq always bad a very generous to the entire group to enlist in
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which will affect Jewish rights.
the government was not intended Senate be called upon to adopt;
Discussions entered into be-
to be applied to the field of com- the Tydinga resolution protest•I
tween party leaders and Chancel-
merce. The rescript made govern- ing against the Hitler •trocitiesO
Engelbert Dollfuss with re-
ment officials in every part of Ger- and asked that everything pos•I
gard to the Jewish position in
many responsible for the carrying Bible be dens to create a home'
Austria, with the ultimate aim of
out of the order not to apply the for the refugee Jews in Pales-
reducing the Jewish population
warns the Jewish community
Aryan clause to Jews in commerce. tin•.
from its present full' citizenship
against certain solicitors who
The decree is regarded as a vie-
Jacob dellaas presided at the
to the status of residents of the
are canvassing for a small New
tory for the section of the cabinet luncheon and speakers included
living under a strict five
headed by Minister of Economics Dr. Frederick B. Robinson, presi- Judge William M. Lewis of York weekly paper which they To Address Zionists at Book per cent restrictive quota, have
are misrepresenting as a na-
Cadillac Hotel; Open
Kurt Schmitt, which has insisted dent of City College; Mrs. Rose Philadelphia To Speak at
storm of protest among
tional organ, claiming at the
on more liberal treatment for the Halprin, president of Hadassahf
Shaarey Zedek March 4.
leaders of the Jewish community.
same time that the subscription
Jews declaring that the expulsion Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of —
unprepared to give
of the Jews from trade would dis- the Jewish National Fund; Charled Judge William Lewis of the Mun- money is to be used for a fund
Abraham Goldberg, for 30 years up even the smallest fraction of
to fight Hitlerism.
rupt the economic system....
the rights guaranteed us under
H. Tuttle, former U. S. attorney' icipal Court of Philadelphia, na-
These solicitors are not only
However, a day or two after the and president of the Inter-Faith tionally recognized leader in Jew-
constitution and neither is
misrepresenting facts, but are work in this country, recognized the
order not to molest the Jews was League; Justice Mitchell May, Dr. ish movements, will be the prin-
one of the ablest speakers on the Jewish community willing
issued, the Nazi party organs David de Solo Pool, Dr. Stephen cipal speaker at the Purim dinner aiming to capitalize on a Jew- as
to enter into negotiations lead-
which have in the past nullified S. Wise, Rabbi William Margolin of Congregation Shaarey Zedek, ish tragedy in behalf of their Organization of Detroit at a meet- ing to any curtailment of Jew-
paper. Sworn affidavits in the
every effort of Minister of Eco- and Rev. Charles E. Russell of St.
ish rights," an "outstanding Aus-
possession of The Chronicle
nomics Schmitt by instructing Nazi Ann's Protestant Episcopal
trian Jew declared to this cor-
contradict statements made to
party officials to ignore the orders Church, president of the Goods
Us by mail by the publishers of
issued by the ministry of economics Will Union.
The Zionist organ, Die Stimme,
the paper, and tend to prove
took the same stand toward the
Christian Council Protests.
commenting on the sit-
that the solicitors are asking
order issued by the influential Nazi
Grave concern regarding t
reproduced the full text
chief , Dr. Frick. The effect of the situation of -the church in
-of the Treaty of ---
Frick order was also blunted by an many was expressed Saturday in
Detroit Jews are therefore
Versailles guaranteeing national
outspoken anti-Jewish speech made I a statement issued by the Ameri-
warned not to fall victims to
minority rights for the Jews of
by Adult' Hitler and Dr. Goebbels can Section of the Universal Chris-
the misrepresentations of these
Austria. The paper made clear
immediately afterward and by new tian Council, representing the
that infringement of Jewish rights
discriminations against the Jews. council and the Federal Council
result in complications and
Nazi papers announced that a of the Churches of Christ in
Brown Fair would be held in the America .
paper disclosed that some
important commercial center Bre-
The statement was issued simul-
individual Jews are now negoti-
men and all Jews prohibited from , taneously with that of the chair-
the government parties
selling goods there. . . The Free man of the council, Lord Bishop
regarding Jewish rights in Aus-
City of Danzig came under com- of Chichester, England, who in a
in its own name
plete Nazi control when the Nazi letter to Reichbiahp Mueller of
and that of the executive body of
dominated senate appointed a com-1 Berlin protested against the use
missioner to take over the func- of "force and coercion against
Dr. Hershman Chosen Presi-
that such negotiations are not
tions of the city council which was those whose orthodoxy and zeal
dent; Call on Community
anti-Nazi . All children in the for the church, as well as their
nized by the Jewish community.
Thuringian primary schools must devotion
To Support Movement.
produce certificates proving that
they are Aryans. Failure to pro- , youn
At a meeting of representatives
VIENNA. — (JTA) — Vater-
duce such certificates means that j Meeting Held in Chichester.
of the synagogues of this city held
The administrative committee of
landfront, which includes the
the children will not be permitted
at Congregation Shaarey Zedek on
Heimwehr, the clericals and all
to enter higher schools von Step- the Universal Christian Council
Feb. 7, an executive board was
has just held its meeting at Chi-
the other pro-Dollfuss elements,
formed, and the following were
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cheater. Representatives of the
has submitted numerous extreme
ing at the Book Cadillac hotel on anti-Semitic demands to Chan-
elected by the delegates:
various European churches were JUDGE WILLIAM M. LEWIS
present. In the course of the pro-
Rabbi A. M. Hershman, Morris Monday evening, Feb. 19.
cellor Engelbert Dollfuss in the
ceedings the present crisis in the March 4, according to an announce- H. Zackheim and Jack Tobin,
James I. Ellmann, chairman of form of an ultimatum.
German church was discussed.
ment made by Judge Charles Ru- representing Shaarey Zedek; Ben the program committee, announces
While the exact text of the ulti-
The Bishop of Chichester, as biner, chairman of the committee. F. Goldman and Robert Rosenberg also that the Detroit Zionist Or- matum is being kept secret, it is,
president, reported on his corre- In releasing this announcement, of B'nai Moshe; William Sandler ganization has arranged for • lec- however, understood that in ad-
spondence with Reichbischof Muel- Judge Ruhiner said:
of Beth Tephila Emanuel, Louis ture here on Saturday evening, dition to demanding the curtail-
ler especially relative to the use
"We are fortunate indeed to have Ellenbogen of Beth Abraham, March 3, at Hotel Statler, by the ment of the constitutional rights
Henri Rose, Nine-Year-Old pastors in the German church. Judge Lewis' acceptance of our in- David Cohen of B'nai David. Ja- well known non-Jewish friend of enjoyed by Austrian Jews, the
vitation. He is a Jew whose qual- cob K. Smith of Ahavath Zion, Palestine and Jewry, Pierre Van challenge insists that the Dollfuss
Pianist, To Be Featured
The administrative committee ex, ities of leadership arid whose zeal Meyer Weisenfeld of Young Is- Paassen.
regime rid the Austrian universi-
pressed its conviction that coer- for things Jews have placed him in rael of Detroit, Fred Altshuler of
ties and the professions of the
Start Membership Drive.
(Tura to Pip Opposite Editoriel) the vanguard of men to whom we Nusach Ari, and Ben Kaufman
The series of lectures which Jews. A demand is also made
An interesting and entertain.
must look for guidance today. His of Ahavath Achim.
were inaugurated with the ad- that even private industrialists
ing Father and Son program of
message to us no doubt will be a
The executive board held its dress at Webster Hall delivered be compelled to employ members
Pisgah Lodge of B'nai B'rith will FATHERS AND SONS
first meeting Sunday, Feb. 11, and by Rabbi A. M. liershman on of the Vaterlandfront from which
be held on Feb. 19, at the Mecca-
Wednesday evening mark the all Jews are barred.
Born in Lithuania, Judge Lewis elected the following officers:
bee Building. The headliner of
At the same time, the Anti-
President, Dr. A. M. Hershman; opening of the Zionist member-
to Philadelphia as a child and
TUESDAY EVENING, came
a variety program will be Henri
has made his home there since. Af. vice-president, Morris H. Zack- ship drive under the chairman- se mi te n bund (Anti-Semitic
Rose, nine-year-old child prodigy
which includes the Aus-
Plana were completed for the ter serving three terms in the heim; second vice-president, Ja-
pianist, • pupil of Dr. Mark Gunn- Fathers and Sons banquet to be Philadelphia Council, he was ap- cob K. Smith; treasurer, Ben F.
The drive was initiated at a trian Nazis as well as government
burg, who won acclaim for his
who agree with the
pointed to the bench in 1922. In Goldman; secretary, Meyer Weis-
performance on Jan. 20 with the in
6 p. m.
20, 1923 he was re-elected to ■ 10•year enfeld. ,
B. Isenberg, president of the or- Nazis on the Jewish question, is-
the at social
Detroit Symphony Orchestra when
term and was re-elected for a like
The board decided that the first ganization, last Saturday evening.
he rendered ■ piano concerto by El.
term last November.
step to insure the success of the Fred M. Butzel was the speaker, its anti-Jewish program.
Mozart. Henri Rose will render
and in the course of his address
Increasing popularity of the Judge Lewis' Jewish interests are
Adopt Aryan Myth.
several solos and then will ac- Temple Fathers and Sons banquet numerous. He Is, among other movement to remedy the Kashruth he stated:
The League, the proclamation
company his father, Boris Rose, in the last few years has prompted things, national chairman of the situation in Detroit Was the neces-
"Every Jew who has any spark declared, does not consider the
who will play the violin.
the committee in charge to pre- American Palestine Campaign; •
of emotion or sense of responsi- Jews as members of the Austrian
The program will also consist pare for an attendance of more vice-president of the Zionist Or- the rabbis of the city, and map bility should contribute to the nation or of the Austrian national
of talking pictures, brief speeches than 500. In charge of the affair ganization of America; • director out • program for the future of restoration of Palestine.
family. The solution of the Aus-
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by spokesmen for fathers and is Saul H. Rose, who is being as- of the Jewish Publication Society
"The separate Palestinian inter- trian Jewish problem lies in de-
sons, a magician and refreshments. slated by Emanuel J. Harris and and of the Federation of Jewish
ests will not survive if there is claring the Jews "a national mi-
Members are requested to come Max Lowenstein.
Charities of Philadelphia; presi-
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early so that this program may
Members of Temple Beth El and dent of the Associated Talmud Tor- FRAM TO SPEAK DN
be completed early for the young- their sons have been invited to at• ahs of Philadelphia and president
tend the function, which will be of the Order Brith Sholom, a na-
The international order of B'nai opened with a dinner. Following tional fraternal organization.
To Describe Revival of Paganism
B'rith has appropriated $280,000 the meal, a two-hour program of
The following additional sub-
in Germany on Sunday.
for anti-defamation and youth entertainment will be in the na- scriptions to the dinner, at $15.00
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Many people have asked Rabbi
Foundation and A. Z. A. Pisgah
Leon Fran, to explain the mean-
Lodge is especially anxious to en-
ing and extent of the German Reports on Horrors Perpetrated Upon Jews and Non-Jews
list as many Jews as possible in
churches' resistance to Ilitlerism,
Under Nazi Rule; Appeals for Support of World
the coming class of Feb. 25, so
and he has decided to speak on
Committee To Aid Victims of Fascism.
that this work may continue.
"Christianity in Germany" at
Dr. Victor Droock has extended
Temple Beth El on Sunday morn-
the last day for the reservation
Lord Dudley Marley, chairman political work, and that its efforts
ing, Feb. 18, at 10:45.
for the membership dinner-dance Van Grove and Blake Scott Direct Hundreds of Volunteer
Are the churches winning or of the World Committee to Aid are devoted entirely to relieving
at the Chalet to Feb. 20. Dr.
losing the fight against the co- the Victims of Hitler Fascism, ink the needs of the sufferers from
Actors in Rehearsals; Mayor Couzens Welcomes
Droock can be reached at Temple
of religion with Nazi- two addresses in Detroit on Mon- Fascist cruelties.
Coming of Pageant to Detroit.
1-9474, or Longfellow 4936.
Ttse Nam Oppressions.
ism? Are the churches really day, described the horrors that
"Democracy no longer exists in
combatting anti-Semitism? What are being perpetrated upon inno-
Jew and Gentile are working creed in this city, bent their heads is the character of the ancient cent victims of Nazism in Ger- Germany," Lord Marley stated.
together in the production of the in unison over the mimeographed pagan religion of the aboriginal many, and pleaded for the com- There is no freedom of speech,
OPPOSES CONGRESS most
spectacular religious pageant song sheets and chanted In reson- Germans which the Nazis are try- munity's wholehearted support of land individuals are liable to be
MEETING IN 19 3 4 ever presented before an American ant cadence: "Y'hi Or" (Let there ing to revive? Has the Catholic the committee's efforts.
arrested, beaten, tortured, the
audience — "The Romance of a be Light), "Chayim L'chol Chay," Church joined the revolt against
Lord Marley spoke at a lunch-I police having orders not to inter-
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NEW YORK—The national ex- People.
the nationalization of religion in eon at Hotel Statler and in the fere. There la no redress; no one
Mr. Van Grove, swaying from Germany? Are the Nazis aiming evening addressed a meeting at! to whom the people can turn.
Rehearsals, which got underway
ecutive committee of the Zionist
Organization of America, by • to ■ flying start, continued this piano to director's position on the to destroy the Christian religion the Naval Armory. About 3,000, There is a conspiracy of silence
exhorted and pleaded- because of its Old Testament Jew- people aseembled at the evening! due to tyranny.
vote of 25 to 17, on Sunday after-
"The most fortunate are those
noon went on record shelving the on Tuesday night, in the Maccabee , praised and scolded his cast as the ish origin? These are among the meeting.
Then, jump- questions which Rabbi Fram will
who escaped —the 70.000 refu-
proposal for the convening of a
Raise About $1,200.
But there are three-quar-
World Jewish Congress in 1931. unanimity of purpose and the vo- , ing down from the rostrum he attempt to answer.
The sum of about $650 was
Discussion on the proposal was cal harmony was generated at the brought Into being the first groups
The Temple Forum is soon to raised for the Marley relief fund ters of a million people in Ger-
will represent the tortured Is- announce
are still suffering. The
marked by heated arguments and Maccsbee building meeting which ! that
at the luncheon, which was at-
raelites as they sweated and suffer-
many personal references. Oppo- Was presided over by Isaac Van ed
Holders of season tickets tended by about 125 prominent sufferers are mostly workers who
under the lash of bondage. To- season.
opponents of Hitler.
sition to the convening of a Con- Grove, production director of the ! ed
men and women. More than $500
tether they moved in cadence
The Jews have suffered gar-
gress at the present time was led pageant.
scription and hundreds of new additional was subscribed at the
ticuhrly owing to their sseadessie
Close to 800 young men and we- across the floor, chanting as they subscribers are being anticipated mass meeting.
by Louis Lipsky, while Dr. Ste-
phen S. Wise fevered immediate men drawn from all walks of life I tugged at their imaginary bur- in view of the success the Forum
Lord Marley emphasized that position. They wore weeded se
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calling of a world meeting.
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his committee is not engaged in
HERE THIS MONDAY
FOR PURIM DINNER
OF PISGAH FEB. 19
Lord Marley Tells Detroit Audience
in . Germany
Jews and Gentiles Work Together
To Produce ' Romance of a People'