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PIEDLTROIVENISIICIRONIGLE

and THE L2s- srss. CHRONICLE

"ABSOLUTE NAZI LEADER " IN
THIS COUNTRY DEFENDS BAN
ON JEWS, MILITARY DRILLS

MALIK MEMORIAL
MEETING HERE ON
TUESDAY, JULY 24


(Continued from l'age One)

1RUBINER ELECTED
Shetzer, Gessner
Sheriff Petitions
TO LAND PROBLEM colony.
CENTER PRESIDENT
Another resolution calling upon
Are
In
New
Z.
0.
A.
Filed by Behrendt
the United Jewish Appeal to allo-
(Continued from Page. One.) I (Continued from Page One)
cate, in accordance with the deci-
Governing Body
-
Friends of Henry Behrendt last
I sion of the 18th Zionist Congress,

PLEDGE NEW DEAL

be ome co-founders of the new

ready won the respect of a host
week tiled petitions for his can-
The new administrative corn- of Detroiters because he is en-1 pledged to aid the administration one-third of the fund raised in the
'
of the Jewish National Fund in. United Slates for relief and set-
i "And you still have that feeling I of Aggadah he has not ye done didacy as Sheriff of Wayne Coun- mittee of the Zionist Organize-;
dowed with an unusual , judicial reaching its $400,000 quota for tlement of Jewish refugees from
after the happenings of the last 1 his duty to the elementary sc h oo l ty upon the Republican ticket, and Lion of America, elected at the'
temperament,
and
because
he
heal
this year, and in securing the par- Germany in Palestine, for the ac-
cCor_ and he therefore prepared another the former. Sheriff has consented annual convention just concluded
proven that he judges all matters' ticipation of American Jews in quisition of land through the
has been here ever since Chris- week in Germany?" Mr. M
to run.
in Atlantic City, N. J., includes on their merit and not on the
'
mack
asked.
I
set
known
as
Divrei
Aggadah,
l
Columbus—"
Cr
top
the establishment of Kfar Ussish- Keren Kayerneth, was referred
Mr. Behrendt has been interest- two Michigan Zionists. They are:
"Why, certainly," said Gissibl I "The Words of the Aggadah,"
strength of sentiment or preju-1 kin, the new Palestine colony for consideration by the incoming
Ile would not be eligible as a!
nber," Mr. Dickstein finished,! apparently astonished at the ques: I i Which is written expressly for ed in police work practically all Simon Shetzer of Detroit and dice.
which is to be named in honor of administration.
met
f
his
life.
After
returning
from
Hernias
Gessner
of
Escanaba.
I thin.
I hild
n re and which is being o
SC h 00
C
oo
'
"Impartial, fair-minded, sincere Menahem Ussishkin, Zionist lead-
"be cause of his Jewis
Ile testified that his salary for used in all modern schools of Pal-
er and world president of the
Mr
thoroughly
steeped
in
Jewish
,
said
'
and
carne
"
f4l r;, Ile seemed to enjoy the giving his time to the development I estine, Europe and also America.
It seems that sonic people are al-
THE WEEK IN REVIEW I tradition, Judge Rubiner is the Keren Kayemeth.
much.
•Sch
ways looking for an excuse to make
whom it of the Friends of New Germany i In all this work he has been assist-
ideal
person
for
this
post.
Nu-
,
The resolution calls upon all an excuse.
eft act on Mr. Dickstein,
as district leader of the Middle 1 ed by his faithful life-long friend,
(Continued from Page One)
merous groups of many shades of American Zionists to affix their
.
let ; speechless.

West his $40 a week. Mr. Schnuch ' J ..:
a
11 Itvnitzki.
o r nion form the constituency of signatures upon the Ussishkin
'And that is what you call gni a e i ,, d ins O s ail osala r y as national i
water against all parties from the t he Jewish Center. To guide Tribute Rolls, and by making con-
We cannot eat the fruit whilst
mted 1 s
In the field of Hebrew educe-
i
Air ierican organization?'
leader wa ' a aweek.
1 ,
them, it is necessary that we have tributions of 70 cents and morel the tree is in blossom.
I lion there was also a noticeable
• •
Mole, Calls Group "Menace"
Mr '. McCormack, taking up thel
lack of Hebrew poems for the
a man og
Rubiner s good
f Jude

Among the other witnesses was youth, poems that are written in
qu rstioning again as chairman.
I POLAND
judgment and ability to lead and
I Raymond Moley, former Assistant a lighter vein and also in an easier
'Yes," replied air. Schnuch.
No slightest infringement of direct. I am personally very
Secretary
of State, who testified language. It was Bialik, the
"Let us not split hairs," said
Jewish rights under the Constitu- happy over Judge Rubiner's elec-
- id
e
' tion of the Free City of Danzig tion, and I am confident that the I
Re presentative McCormack. " T h that as editor of the weekly To- author of the great poems "Ila-
I will be tolerated, the president of community will be highly pleased ,
Na zi party in Germany placed day he had been interested in the Mathmid" and "Be'lr Hallarei-
limitations
on
its
own
mem-
problem
of
Nazi
propaganda
in
the Danzig Senate asserted in an over his selection in a very short
gah," who. wrote poems for chil- '
au :h
o f
official communique to the press.
time, when we shall surely see
be rship. Then the Friends ? - ' America and his magazine had car- dren. During the last decade he
Four members of the Polish anti- the excellent results of his leader.'
'w
Germany,
an
organization
in
tied
a
series
of
articles
exposing
Ne
has written hundreds of poems
it.
Semitic society, the Nara, were
th a United States which you e- ,
and tales for children.
ship."
sentenced to 14 days in jail each
"Whether an organic connection
BC ribs as sympathetic to the Nazis,
I can safely say that among
for
attacks
on
Jews
in
the
city
opts
this
same
limitation.
Now
is
proved
or
not,"
he
said,
"if
an
ad
For what it costs you to maintain your old car—
authors
uthors who devoted their entire
, park in Warsaw.
is i't it because this exclusion was , organization in this country has life to the creation of material
you can easily buy a new Chevrolet.
An
employee
of
the
American
plied
in
Germany
that
it
was
,
me
ideals
as
that
in
Ger-
ap ■
t he sa
for children, very few have con-
Jewish Joint Distribution Commit-
many, it is a menace to this coun- tributed as much as Bialik.
to Bowed here?"
With liberal allowances now in effect, we can
, tee was one of the five Jews in an Detroit Jewish Chronicle Linotype ,
"Yes," said Mr. Schnuch.
try."
His loss is felt at every turn.
Man Writes Parody on
show you that buying a new Chevrolet will not
I unpunished and unchecked attack
st
m
The
testimony
of
John
Schroe-
Representative McCorackne ".
Popular Song
Bialik • Keen Ob
by Naras here.
only save you money—but will give you the
iestioned him about the um- der, managing director of the



qt
On Bialik's sixtieth anniver-
best performance you ever had from a low-
113 M11111,11 GREENI1A1.1111:
o armed detachments which appear Hamburg American and North sary which was celebrated just
I UNITED STATES
priced car.
a , meetings of the Friends of New German Lines, was introduced in one year ago, a voluminous book ,
1
Private
hearings
by
a
sub-com-
ermany. hlr. Schnuch said they the form of the transcript of a
I mittee of the Congressional coin- 0, you Nazi man,
of known as "Safer Bialik" ("Blank's'
Telling the people of your super
w ere an Ordnungsdienst (Service hearing in an executive session Mr.
I
mittee
to
investigate
Nazi
propa-
Book"),
was
presented
to
him.
' Order) and that this uniform the committee preceding
BEHRENDT
plan,
HENRY BE
anda were conducted in the Bar
h d r's recent departure for This book was edited by the fans-
differed only in insignia from the
Here and there, where'er you can,
ous poet and critic, Jacob Fich- the Spanish-American War, he en-' Administration Building in New
the
Schutzstaffel,
or
picked
ins
Germany.
of
Correspondence of the German man. It contains a wealth of new tereil police work in Lansing, York. John W. McCormack, chair- 0, you silly man!
ner guard of the Nazi party troops
lines was introduced to show that, literary material, all dedicated to Mich., and became, first, constable,' man, in charge. Open hearings are Why don't you get wise
in Germany.
deputy sheriff and later chief I scheduled in the Supreme Court You can't pull the wool over man-
on the recommendation of Dr. Bialik on his anniversary. It also chief .
kind's eyes
Wears the Swastika
During the Building there for near future.
I
Luther, German Ambassa- includes a series of Builik's letters o f police at ansing•
With your Nordic, Aryan, pure I
Mr. Schnuch identified an ex- Hans
dor, and Dr. Otto Kiep, German published for the first time. I am World War, he was appointed adopted.
plan,
amination blank for Friends who Consul General at . New York, fa- translating here for the readers United States marshal for the! Byron D. Miller, head of the
0, you Nazi man!
wished to become members of the
District of Michigan,' Woolworth Co., before sailing on
vors in the form of transportation of The Detroit Jewish Chronicle Eastern
Ordnungsdienst, which showed were given to American writers one letter which shows what a which was an office of consider. 1 the Bremen or Germany,refusedInstead of a great man, you're
merely a hate man,
they were required among their and lecturers who visited the new keen observer Bialik was. This able importance because of the 1 to comment on the truth of the
for more than report
that the F W. Woolworth You will not last so long,
'
qualifications to show their serv- Germany. The letters revealed letter was addressed to Dr. Mayer
roblems. lie continued Co. was no longer buying goods With Goering and Goebbels and
ice in the Storm Troops and the favors were granted in the be- Pines of Berlin, and is dated Oct. w this capacity
I
' in
.
Streicher and Schmitt
from Germany, where the company
Schutzstaffel of the Nati party in
11534 EXTER BOULEVARD
15, 1930.
The letter in part eight years, which extended under has been attacked and boycotted And the rest of your brown shirt
Germany as well as war service lief that it would be "in the na-
T BURLINGAME
reads:
the
jurisdiction
of
three
presi-
t
throng.
for being a Jewish-owned firm. Mr.
tion al interes."
nd
decorations
in
the
German
After this appointment, Miller refused to make any state- Heil! You Nazi man!
a
" . . . I want to tell you again dents.
' ungfellow 0577
Amon g tho se mentioned as re-
a rmy.
and again what I had already told he served as United States Jury meat
With that cookie-duster mustache
cipients were Colone l
Clare
on the subject.
"It doesn't say anything about E. Powell, writer and lecturer; ou and that is: save as much as Cdmmissioner. During the years
Clarence Darrow, president of
on that serious pan,
ervice in the United States Burton Holmes, travelogues; Karl you can of your possessions and 1931 and 1932 he served as Wayne the American Inquiry Commission You'll wake up in the well-known
Li-my," remarked Representative K. Kitchen, columnist; Mrs. Helen put it in the only safe place we , County Sheriff, during which time which held hearings on Nazi activi-
"can,"
deCormack.
Appleton Read, art critic; and Jews have in this world—in Eretz he became a figure in the public ties in the United States, at New Oh, you Nazi man!
"No," said Mr .Schnuch.
Yisroel. If I had the power I eye as a result of his war waged York, and heard testimony of Nazi
others.
"What is the swastika?" Mr.
It was shown also that the would have forced you to go to against the gamblers and other atrocities in Germany and the at-
tempt to spread propaganda in
M cCormack asked suddenly. Na. steamship lines engaged on or- Eretz Yisroel in order to save racketeers in Wayne County.
"It is the emblem of the
ders from Germany to buy adver- yourself and your children. I
While sheriff of Wayne County America, declared that he hoped
,ional Socialist Party," answered tising space weekly at 50 cents have a feeling, a presentiment,
Hitler got killed in current dins
Mr. Schnuch.
a line in the Deutsche Zeitung, that days of sorrow, days of mis- he introduced many reforms in turbances in Germany. The Com-
"Isn't that a swastika pin in the the newly established newspaper ery are in store for those of us the sheriff's office and brought the mission's hearings were broadcast
button-hole of your lapel?" Mr. which champions the cause of the living in the diaspora. Escape sheriff's forces up tp the point over a large net-work.
• • •
lIcCormack continued.
while there is yet time. If you of efficiency required of a metro-
New Germany.
"Yes," said Mr. Schnuch calmly.
Mr. Dickstein said: "I want this cannot save all of your posses-
to PALESTINE
Mr. Dickstein at this time en- introduced as evidence of sub- sions, save part of them. Do as poltan district, without cost
n,
the
House
of Commons, Sir
hi
I tell you or you will regret at the county, and for the first time
tered the questioning.
the deputy sheriffs became uni- P ilip Cunliffe.Lister, colonial sec-
"Don't you think it is wrong for suly.
Ha er Considers Himself Parse. the end.
retary, said there were 14,000 un-
der
your Astoria local to drill with a
"Besides, if men like you will formed officers. With the use of employed Arabs in Palestine at the
toted by Jews
iwastika flag?" he demanded.

not settle in Palestine, who will? the facilities of the Detroit police ,nd of April.
Chancellor Adolf Hitler of G
"What do you mean, drill?"
. ees It is my opinion that those Zion- broadcasting unit, the road patrol , Palestine Jewish leaders, com-
Mr. Schnuch. ninny, whose anti-Semitic pol ici
asked Mr.
equipped with radios, which plaining that the 2,000,000 pound
"Good old fashioned Prussian led to an economic boycott against 'sts who do not actually make an' was
es o loan, being floated by the admin.
the activities
act
drill," said Mr. Dickstein. the Reich, considers himself per- ffort to settle in Palestine, give materially a .
istration would be paid for by the

"if they carried the American secuted by the Jews, the congres- the lie to their preachings and the 'this unit.
Jews, and benefit only the Arabs,
flag also, they are within their sional sub-committee investigating public has no faith in them . . . " pushed without cost to the county.
he were informed that a 40,000 pound
In
an
interview
given
out,

rights." replied Mr. Schnuch. un-American activities was in-
has stated that he is in a position grant will be made for an Arab
Mr. McCormack interrupted: formed Tuesday.
First Memorial Meeting
• to stand upon his record made Industrial School, while 20,000
The information that Hitler
.
"We are not discussing legal rights.
The first memo rial meeting to during his former term of office, pounds will be lent from the fund
It's a question of citizens conduct- views himself as the persecuted tribute to Chaim Nachman Bialik
any for a similar project for Jews.
ing themselves in a way to show a rather than the persecutor was was held on the day of his death but will fully co-operate with
In a dispute over the presence
double allegiance. We don't want given to the committee at its sec- in Atlantic City, shortly after the and all p lens which can be forma-
As wholesale distributors for the Blau Brewing Co.
fated for the economic reorgani• of the Nazi journal "Voelkischer

all
anyone here doing things which ond public hearing by George Syl- closing of the Zionist convention,
in Wayne County, Pontiac, Mt. Clemens and
ration of the sheriff's office, and Beobachter" in the Y. M. C. A. li-
show • double allegience." venter Viereck, war-time German when word reached the delegates
cities surrounding Detroit.
that the proposed brary in Jerusalem, Waldo Hein-
"We haven't shown any double propagandist and confidant of the of the great poet's death. Ad- he has stated
t permitting the rear- richs, general secretary of the Y.
d
Try the femme, Old Heidelberg dated beer, a beer
allegiance," said Mr. Schnuch. former Kaiser. Viereck Said he dresses were delivered by nationa l
Morris Rothen- ganization of the county govern- M. C. A. resigned. He had exclud-
g uaranteed to be older than six months; also the
"The gentleman's evidence speaks warned Hitler at their last meet- !
de rs, inc luding
of
the
Zionist
Or-
meat
has
his
complete
support.
ed
the
paper
on
complaint
of
Jew-
Black Beer and Private Stock Beer. Try them
ing that his anti-Semitic policy berg esident
tor itself," said Mr. McCormack.
z lion of the office ish members of the librar commit-
pr
'
Mr. Schnuch said he had been an was injudicious.
and see the difference.
sought
ganization of America. The Has-
tee. An American will
"When I pointed to a sign read- karate was chanted by Rabbi of sheriff, he insisted, should take to take his place.
American citizen since 1925. lie
CALL COLUMBIA 2618
the lines of eliminating the road
was born in Germany, he said, ing 'Jews do not bathe here.' he Joshua S. Sperka of Detroit.
In a reply to a question in the
patrol if arrangements can be
served Ms country to the replied that the sign was unauthor-
House of Commons by Sir Josiah
made
for
either
the
state
police
World War and came to the United ized," the witness continued.
Vienna Pays Final Tribute to
or the various municipal police .wedgewood, Sir Philip Cunliffe-
States in 1923. lie studied at the "Herr Hitler then turned to me
County to take Lister, secretary for colonies, gave
Bialik.
forces in Wayne
University of Chicago and obtained and asked whether it was not true
VIENNA. (JTA)—Amid scenes over this work. Mr. Behrendt assurance that in spite of rumors,
his degree as Doctor of Philosophy that Jews were excluded from cer-
pointed out that Wayne County there was no secret ban on Jewish
o
from Yale, he added.
tain beaches in the United States. of deep mourning the body - f
Hebrew is unique in that it has within it. doctors in Palestine, or in any
Tells of Absolute Command
"Much to my humiliation, I was Chaim Nachman Bialik, H its other if the British dominions
y ea-
• • .
. boundaries several metropolitan
Representative McCormack forced to tell him that was true. poet laureate, was reverentl
thousands
of police departments, namely, High- MEXICO
questioned Mr. Schnuch about He later said that he did not per- carted through the streets
of v 1-
, land Park, Hamtramck, Wyan-
the division of authority within the secute the Jews but that the Jews enna Tuesday by .
Mexico which contains 15,000
Friends of New Germany and was persecuted him. Such Jews as mourners. A last tribute was paw dottc, Dearborn, Ecorse, River
ha's not escaped
the Billikopf,
menace
informed that the national leader were not opposed to the Nazi re - the poet by the Jews of V ienna Douge, Grosse Pointe and Detroit, Jews,
of Ilitlerism,
Dr. Jacob
had absolute command; he appoint- ginie would not be troubled, he and by delegations of Jewish no- with its police department of bet- director of the Philadelphia Feder-
ed a district leader to supervise all declared."
tables from many countrie s .
her than 3000.
The proposed ation of Jewish Charities reported,
There were no funeral orations. amendments would give these on his return from a month's stay
the locals in a given sector of the
Viereck admitted he had re-
United States and also appointed ceived $500 a month for four The huge crowd of mourners si- municipalities the right to extend there. German propagandists from
We also carry a full line of Soft Drinks, Pop, Ginger Ale and Other Beverages
the local leaders on nomination of months from Dr. Otto Kiep, for- tenth' followed the hearse for the police authorities beyond Berlin are engaged in infecting the
the district leaders. He said the mer acting German consul-general hours along the roads leading to their territorial limits and thereby country with Nazism. From 8,000
Also Seltzer Water
local members of the Friends had
the
southern
railway
station,
o
eliminate
duplication
of
efforts
t
9,000 Jews reside in Mexico City.
here, and $1,000 • month front
no voice in choosing their leaders, Carl Byoir Associates, publicity
a b ody Was , placed on a and result in increased efficiency They are in control of the apparel
where the
From Trieste, and a saving of thousands of dot- industry, p a r t i r u I any women's
but only in sending a delegate to
representatives for the German train for Trieste.
the national convention to choose
distinguished lore to taxpayers. lie further wear, hosiery and knit goods. Ma-
g roup
Tourist Information Bureau. lie where
are stated, however, that until such terially, Mexican Jews are better
the commander in whom all power
sh
COL. 2619
acted as "public relations adviser," Palestinian Jewish leaders
4421 BEAUBIEN
was centered.
i
awaiting
the
body,
a
Trieste- arrangements could he definitely , off than they would have been in
Mr. Schnuch admitted he was he explained.
designated a.s made, the people in outlying corn- the U. S.
Lloyd
ship,
specially
Viereck
said
he
had
conferred
nominated for the post and his se-
• • •
of honor, will carry munities are entitled to full po.
lection managed at the convention regarding the Byoir contract with a transport
CUBA
lire protection.
of July , by Fritz Gissibl, who with • member of the propaganda min-'the body to Palestine.
---
A
charge
that
"Polako-Jews"
.
Heinz Spanknoebel was one of the istry and that the public relations I
were
w
ens. responsible for the attack on
Bialik Burial in Zion
original organizers of the pro- it firms of Ivy Lee and Edward Bers!
RE
JEWS
ABC paraders on June 17 in lia-
r. nays also had been mentioned.
JERUSALEM . (JTA I —Devoe
her movement in this country. Mr.
1
TURK GREECE . vane, which was broadcast by ex-
POUR INTO
Gurion, member of i i he politt-
S anknoebel fled last October when
h
tremists among the reels utionary
ical
department
of
the
Jewis
.
Gifts
to
North
End
Clinic
113
he was indicted on the charge of
I
party over a prominent radio net-
(Continued from Page One)
Nf'oar Palestine,

acting as an agent of a foreign gov-
work, is spreading among the Cu-
Jewish
ernment without registering with
North End Clinic has received II of the
nal
Council
of
Palestine,
pulsione
have
been
due
to
a
mis-
ban
masses. After a short respite,
N a ti o
the State Department. Mr. Gissibl, the following contributions:
S.
Persitz,
member
of
the
interpretation
of
the
new
edict
'
tension
has returned among Cuban
who took his place at the head of
In memory of Charles Srere,I Mrs.
Turkey has been divided Jewry.
the Friends of the New Germany, from Mr. and Mrs. Ben B. Fenton. executive of the Tel Aviv muni- whereby
n t o - res id ence zones."
gave it up later with the public ex-
In memory of Mrs. Arthur Col- cipality, and a Palestinian Hebrew i
Meanwhile hundreds of victims Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society
planation that Nazi headquarters ten' of Grand Haven, Mich., from writer as yet unnamed, here been
an all-Palestine commit- of this misinterpretation are in
Picnic Sunday
in Germany had ordered all Nazi Mrs. Isaac Gilbert.
named as
The annual picnic of the lie-
party members to get out of the
In memory of Herbert T. Slo. I tee to handle the arrangements desperate straits here, in other
t and , for the burial of Chaim Nachman Turkish cities and in Greece s: brew Ladies Aid Society takes
Friends to avert criticism.
man, from Mrs. I saac Gilber
since they have hurriedly di
Mr. Gissibl, who followed Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Max Loewenstein.
Bialik, Hebrew poet laureate.
In memory of Samuel A. Slo-! I A new quaer rt of 100 houses posed of all their possessions in place at Rouge Park, Warren Ave.,
Schnuch on the witness stand, said:
Sunday, July and
15. games.
There
will he refreshments
"I did everything to put him m an, from Miss Eth e l M. Gitlin for German-Jewish refugee set- order to comply with the eviction entrance,
Good-
through as leader of the Friends at and Mr. and M. rs Max Loewen- ' tiers in the Haifa Bay colony of order.
. The chairladies are Mrs. E. Good-
man,
Mrs.
G.
Kallush,
Mrs.
R.
lid-
the convention." Immediately after
to
urei,i,s" b
stein.
of Jewish Refugee.
Thousds
ni
hno7.
man
and
Mrs.
E.
Engel.
Bialik,
ioinalail
Fund
in
Mr. Schnuch's election, Mr. Gissibi
the
Jewish
Nat
in memo ry of Bernard E. Ans.. nameedKiriatB
in
Homeless
in
Turkey
said, Schnuch appointed him die-
pach. from Mr and Mrs E. !ilex the de ad Hebrew poet laureate, it
e West
SALONICA. (JIM — Jew i s h
trict leader of the hi id ■ 11
Loewenstein.
.was announced today. The cor-
break out unless the refugees are
ou
Sought America. Csesshm
of the new town is to be refugees forcibly ejected from
' per.
o> dcia
in nonpr s
When asked how he could square
Turkish
frontier zones continue remove . d .
shortly. Some f40,000 will
f birthday. from Mr. and Mrs. Louis
o
to to pour into Orestiada, Greek
his appointment with the enter
Unauthorised
E.Isles.
the Nazi party to all party mem- James Rosenberg. !be invested in the project, half
I.
f rontier town on the route to
In honor of the 75th birthday b eupplied by SouthAfrica
LONDON. (JTA) — The Turk-
arriving
are
Istanbul. Trains
berg to keep clear of the Friends, of Isaac Goldman. from Mrs. A.. Jewry and half by the settlers.
ish Embassy 'in London informed
there packed with Jewish women the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
he said that he had mailed a letter Copeland and M.
--
rs II. C. Gross- .
teSepti
of resignation to the Nazis two
of Condo!. and children driven from Adrian- that the Turkish government,
Iniey e happy vocation et lbe Margrand of the Greet
; W • echope's Messsee
weeks ago. Ile said he had also rn an.
"ale t,, an unknown destination. "learning that totally misguided
once to Widow
sumiiI
For the supplementary medical
AWAITS
YOU.
HAPVINISS
AMD
BEAM
1111
MGM
filed an application for American
MIT DUOTMINT
assistance fund, in memory of VIENNA. i.ITA I -- Among the The men have been placed in • local measures have caused •
citizenship di the belief that it Charles Srere, from Mrs. Sam messages received here was one concentration camp near the number of Jewish citizens to leave
Largest Hotels on the Great takes,1000 cool, outside rooms, at mod-
in
would be better for his work,
Turkish township of Ouzoinkipru. their homes in certain provinces
erate rates. finest Bathing Beach in the world, so gradual in slope, a
to-
view of the American attitude
The
fate
of
the
Jews
in
this
camp
to
Istanbul,
immediately
In memory of Samuel A. Slo- ,bope, High Commissioner of Pal-
re
child can enjoy it in safety. There's fishing, Golf, Tennis, Dancing...
ward non-citizen' which the Con-
is unknown. The men were bru- and
e•tine,
who
said:
"Please
accept
ordered
those
responsible
to
be
man,
from
Mrs.
Sam
Gerson.
gressional committee has made evi-
endless attractions for young ond old. Our Midway is filled with the
For the Weil appliance fund.' my deepest sympathy in your be- tally separated from their fami- tried. The government informed
ovelties. Moderately priced, appe-
dent.
latest, clean, modern, enticing n
from 1'ictor H. Weil. reavement. The untimely death lies. Many of the children have the deportees that they could re-
"When did you file the citizen-
a
disappeared
and
the
frantic
moth-
tizing meals, as formal or informal as you desire, even to Picnic Grounds.
of your husband has inflicted
turn home immediately. The en-
ship appiclationr Mr. McCor-
Wry of G•tor Point. Ideal
grievous lose upon the Jewish ers were unable to search for their tire question is now closed."
Katowice Asks Parley to Settle
AUTO TOURISTS .. plan yew joanwy with a donglafal
mack asked.
: people and deprived Hebrew lit- children.
Fan parkin space for 6000 an.
Disputes
for a der. o weistwocl or raw mom vocation.
"This morning," replied Mr.
According
to
the
refugees.
all
letters
WASHINGTON.
(JTA1
—In-
KATOWICE.
(JTA1—The
Zi- erature of • man of lette whose
.Pao.
onist
organizations
of Katowice'
A.S411
the Jews in Turkish Thrace have sisting that the Turkish govern-
GissibL
Hitler
Ialath.thaa r SNaoma.
"Do you still consider
by Awls, OW lasso 1. U. S. twee Mar 5.5
last week proposed to Zionists all genius
Hebrew largely
revival contributed
of modern times.'
to the • been exiled. Their property was ment harbors nothing but the
hay
leader of the German pteo-
the
over the world that • general Zion-I
Bialik's widow declared she did either sold for next to nothing most cordial feeling, toward the
NAIL THIS SPECIAL COUPON AT ONCI TO
.
or
abandoned.
ple?"
living in Turkey. the Turkish
ist conference to deal with the, not want speeches during the fu
"Of the German race," Mr. Gia-
Railway stations at Albollou. Jews
"Of German blood growing dissension and ill-feeling tnerai. but only the traditional Jew I.ulebourgas and Tylolosis are Embassy here denied that there
sibl corrected.
was a strong anti-Semitic move-
among various Zionist factions be ish ceremony.
and
o. A - MAIM, C.. Crier Pale sesee•sv, OWL
parked with more than 1.000 ment in that country. In an ex-
wherever found, in Germany
called to meet in Katowice this
Jewish refugees awaiting trains
Plums semi ma. wawa, etivIlwa., ever ova hike as Cedar Pell
04,1 Vehicles
outside."
yi. ththt,heE.h
y
JeLish
e
wncw
Aiv
rv
e
hti
in
vep
October.
t ention t o for Istanbul. Conditions at the cl usi
“Does that seem proper to you
conference would meet
A ne ws article ca ll s at
Such
a
M sm. American citizen, if you
stations are reported to be inde- explained the recent outbreaks in
on the fiftietrioniversary of the .1 the fact that morn automat lee are
boom ens?" Mr. McCormack Katowice conference of the Cho-1 owned by American people the n scr:hable. Only a few wagons are !Turkey against the Jews, being
A.ddrus
available and the mass of refo-
Roesler
Zinn-
bathtubs
receipt of an official communi-
peon&
litically" veve Zion. pioneer
the in
. e.
. •re re peu there
s% e don I ileum it in me
e WIN IS, 3 kin
the A 1. 9:.%1I1 govern-
,
the
dead
,
ch
.
whi
cation
fro
ibl hurriedly. "I was let group._ and in
111r.
rte. weeld !reek funny treine to go , most unsanitary conditions. - It is I

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