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CLIFTON AVENUE • CINCINNATI 20, 01110

EVErgorrikwun aiRoma4

May 29, 1936

VICTORY LUNCHEON OF ALLIED
JEWISH CAMPAIGN ON FRIDAY
WILL CONCLUDE 1936 DRIVE

WE'RE NOT SATISFIED
UNLESS YOU ARE!

(CONCLUDED FROM PAGE ONE)

That's why it pays to buy your Ford from
Ginsberg—the house of neighborly interest
and personal attention.

ing that improved financial con-
ditions warrant success for the
dri,e, Mr. Peiser declared: "It is
but fair and just to expect that
the Jews of Detroit will do the
little bit that spells the difference
between despair and hope. We
have accepted a definite obliga-
tion and I am confident that with
, a little bit of effort we Shall hon-
or it and shall be able to say to
the hundreds of thousands depen-
dent on this drive for our share
in this great relief effort that we
stand back of them and are ready
to provide the necessary help in
a Jewish tragedy."
Abe Srere and Henry Wine-
OPEN EVENINGS & SUNDAYS
man, addressing the workers, de-
Always More Than 250 Desirable Used Cars for Sale
clared that the drive can and
must be a success, and that the
2,000 unsolicited donors can and
PINGREE 6400
12515-45 GRATIOT AVE.
must be reached in order to as-
sure victory for the campaign.
Orgaeizations' Captains
. An additional list of captains
of organizations, whole aggre-
gate contributions is nearing the
Pisgah Lodge ■ nd Women'. Auxiliary Arrange an Evening of sum of $15,000, is given here-
with:
Entertainment for Next Monday
$50

GINSBERG

Motor Sales

Service

Sales

B'nai B'rith Lodges to Meet at Leland

Next Monday night, Pisgah open meetings. During the past
Lodge No. 34, B'nai B'rith, and two months, the lodge's quarters
Women's Auxiliary No. 122, will in the Maccabees Bldg. has been
hold a joint meeting in the Col- taxed to capacity and many were
onial Room of the Detroit Leland turned away. With a larger hall
Hotel. Every member of the everyone will be comfortably
B'nai B'rith, their families and seated.
Last Monday night the general
friends are invited.
A program of entertainment is committee of Pisgah Lodge held
being arranged by Dave Diamond, a regular meeting at which time
a member of Pisgah Lodge's en• routine matters were disposed of,
tertainment committee. Mr. Dia- and a report was heard from
mond promises a group of vaude- Harry Yudkoff, chairman of the
ville acts by prominent local en- moonlight committee of Pisgah
tertainers. Julius Deutelbaum, a Lodge and the Auxiliary. Mr.
past president of Pisgah Lodge, Yudkoff stated every method of
has a tidrnely message of interest publicity will be employed to
make the moonlight a success.
to all.
Herman °mos, president of Tickets have been distributed to
Pisgah Lodge, states that a Ian. all local B'nai B'rith Organize-
ger hall was secured for this joint tions. This moonlight is to be
meeting, to accommodate the held on the Steamer Tashmoo on
large crowds that attend these I June 14.

WORLD UNION TO HOLD
INTERNATION MEET
FROM JULY 10 TO 13

Jewish leaders from all over
the world will gather in London
July 10 to 13 for a series of
meetings in connection with the
World Union for Progressive Ju-
daism. .With representatives from
England, America, France, Ger-
many, Holland, Hungary, Sweden,
South Africa, Australia, and In-
dia in attendance, the topic "Free-
dom and Authority in Progressive
Judaism" will be considered as the
main theme of the conference.
Dr. Felix A. Levy of Chicago,
president of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis, will
preach at a World Union service
ot the West London Synagogue
Saturday morning, July 11. The
meeting will be opened on the pre-
ceding day day by an informal dis-
cussion of problems of the World
Union. On Sunday, July 12, Dr.
Israel Mattuck of London will
preside at a round table meeting
at which Dr. Max Dienemann of
Offenbach-am-Main will speak. Dr.
Dienemann is now In Palestine in-
vestigating conditions relative to
establishing Progressive Jewish re-
ligious work there. The govern-
ing body of the World Union will
meet on July 13.
The World Union, formed 10
years ago to stimulate Progressive
Judaism, today has affiliated units
in all parts of the world. Its of-
ficers are Dr. Claude G. Monte-
fiore, of London, president; Dr.
Israel Mattock of London, chair-
man of the board; and the Hon.
Lily II. Montagu of London, hon.
orary secretary. American mem-
bers of the governing body are

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Rev. Cantor
David Golden

Detroit'. Tare.'.
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Monuments of Character

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7729 TWELFTH ST.

Grand. sad Marble

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Rey. Canter

Jacob
Silverman

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samosas.
2903
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TO. 9-6439

Fartermedi

Mrs. J. Walter Freiberg, Dr. Jul-
ian Morgenstern and Dr. David
Philipson of Cincinnati, Mrs.
Henry Nathan of Buffalo, N. Y.;
A. Leo Weil of Pittsburgh, Dr.
Felix A. Levy and Harry N. Gott-
lieb of Chicago, Dr. Max Cur-
rick of Erie, Pa., Dr. Edward N.
Calisch of Richmond, Va., Rabbi
Isaac E. Marcuson of Macon, Ga.,
and Samuel B., Finkel of New
York.

Well Known North
Businessman Dies

Alabinhoker Umgegend Vereln
Pre, Samuel Levine; vise-pros.,
Mr. Gelfund; necy., J. nhuman;
Dean., Mr.. J. Goodman.
876
Avultah Municipal Society
Pres., Milton Marwil; secy. and
treas., Nelms Wineman.
{10
Beitser Desaarabler Social Club
l'ren.. Sol Faudem; vice-pre.., Rob.
Margolin; secy., Mr, Beanie Fan•
dem; treas., Lou. Kat, Delegate.
Louie Kato. Harry Bennett.
III
Iles Boob Congregation
Delegatem Morrie Fisher and Louis
Nonanehok.
$50
Rerennitser Aid Society
1118
Individual member pledgee
Total
Pres, Harry Glidenhorn: vice-Ores.,
Jos. H. Pevin
J. Ea/Ottani
and Ric Shetiowich; treas.. Sol land.
Delegates: Jon. H. Pavin, Nathan E.

Beth Gear Congregation $20
Rore;
Pre,, N. Taker; vire-pren.,
P.
tree , .
Wickman;
I.
eery.,
Goodenberg.
$10
Beth Isaac Cong. Ladle. Aug.
$150
Beth Tephila Emanuel Cong.
Pr.., Wm. Sandier; vice-pre,. Ja-
cob Shevits; secy.. Aaron Kahn.
Delegates: Wm. Sandier, M. Schnei-
der.
810
Incur Choleos Jr,
Pr., Morris Megy; secy.. Manuel
Siegel. Delegate: Alm Meinner,
eta
Istril
Girl.'
Club
Blue
Preo„ !Urn S. London; miry., sirs.
Delegate: Goldie
Pearlman.
M.
Chaenko.
{II
Dinal B'rith Pingah Lodge, 31
Pres., Herman Oen.; vice•pre ,
Benjamin Starrua: escr.. R. Meyer -
F
.Goldman.
Dele-
treas..
Hen
nohn:
gate.: Henry M. Abramoyita, Morris
Shatsen.
850
>A' nag lhold W ■ onen'e Aug.
Prea , Men. J. IVelngarden: vice-
pre,. Rene Needle; necy.. Mrs. L.
Zack; Wenn., Pearl Itottenberg. Dele-
gates: Mre. W. Main, Mrs. Lillian
Weingarden, Done Needle, Pearl Stol-
tenberg. sir K. Nudlemen.
Bin•I Moshe tiring.
Pres, Ben F. Goldman: vlee•pre•..
lienry Nogrady;
John Adler;
treas., Sam Gunsberg. Ml Hats.:
Rabbi Moreil Fiseher, lien F. Gold-

Philip Blumenthal, 75, West
Branch businessman and well
known in Northeastern Michigan,
died last Saturday following a re-
cent illness.
Blumenthal long was one of the
leading citizens of West Branch
and had taken a prominent part
before his health failed him in
various community enterprises.
Born in Kurland, Germany, he
came to this country when a young
boy. He had•been engaged in the
mercantile business for the past
62 years.
Surviving, in addition to his
widow, Clara, are five children,
Mrs. Arthur Katzenberg of Bos-
ton; Mrs. Albert Berwanger of
New York, Mrs. M: D. Wittelsho-
fer of Detroit, R. M. Blumenthal
of New York, and Martin Blumen-
thal of West Branch.
Funeral services was held at
West - Branch, Monday, under the
auspices of the local Masonic order,
of which Blumenthal was a mem-
ber, and Monday afternoon burial
services were held in Bay City at
2:30 at the I. 0. B. B. cemetery.

Barney Bremen Dies
at the Age of 48

Barney Bremen of 3265 Boston
Blvd., a resident of Detroit for
over 30 years, died May 22. He
was born'in Russia 48 years ago.
Funeral services were held on
Sunday, May 24, at Lewis Bros.
Funeral Home, with interment in
Machpelah Cemetery, Rabbi A. 51.
Hershman officiated and was as-
sisted by Cantor J. H. Sonenklar.
Special rites were also conducted
by the Manic Lodge of which he
Was a member.
Mr. Bremen was a member of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek and
was known for the zeal and devo-
tion with which he contributed to
many important causes.
He was treasurer of the Red
Seal Oil Co. of Lundale, Mich.
Surviving him are his wife, An-
na, his son, George K., and his
daughter, Geraldine.

PHILIP SELIG APPLEBAUM
of 2644 Richton Ave., 84 years
old, died on May 24. Funeral
services were held on May 24 with
interment in Machpelah Cemetery ,
Rabbi A. M. Hershman officiating
He is survived by three sons
Moses C., Louis and Myer M.; •
brother, Louis, and • sister, Mrs.
Abraham Lewis of Los Angeles.

SHARON MARGOT YUDKOFF
of 3236 Cortland Ave., 4 years
old, died on May 27. Funeral serv-
ices will be held at Lewis Bros
Funeral Home on Friday, May 29,
at 11 A. M. She is survived by
, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Yudk off.

LOUIS GOLDMAN
of 14862 Appoline• 61 years old,
died on May 26. Funeral services
will be held at Lewis Bros. Fun-
eral Home on May 29, with in-
terment in Machpelah Cemetery.
He is survived by his wife, Bessie
and two daughters. Corrine, and
Mrs. Joseph Decker.

FUNERAL DIRECTORS

7739 John R. St.

PAGE THREE

and THE LEGAL CHRONICLE

Trinity 2.2114

man,
150
Hinal Mnehe SIM erhoo.1
Pres.. Mrs. E. Klein,
$16
Brit h Slioloin of Detroit
Pres., Samuel Berman; eery., Harry
L Dormer; treas.. 'am Mord, Dele-
gate . Ruasell Koslow.
119
Chenetochover Rajoner Merritt
Pres., T. Milberg; vice-1.•.. B.
Kolln; secy., A. Fot; tree.. B.
A.
Leerier. Delegate.: J. Tchudow,
Winter.
815
Chernigover a Loyever Aid Roc.
Pres., I. Kovaryky: viee-prea. L.
Miller; secy., S. Miller; treas.. R.
1.10..
Delegates:
Mrs.
Awl&
Mrs.
1.
Kovaniky, H. Rogent MIT. 1.
Seedberg.
$16
Detroit Ind. Junk. Peddlers' Uni o•
Me
Pres., Wm. Aro:melt.; e-pree.
N. Cohn; i.e., Moses Mole., tress.,
II. Margolies
110
El Moshe Cong.
Nee. I. Petrick; vice-pre•., Monks
A. Berndort; mu,. A. /Dinner;
trees., N. Gilbert. Delegate 1, Pat-
rick.
11
El Moshe Ore Lain. Aug.
Ooldman.
Pres., Mr,
Investment Ase'n
Fathers' Club
Pres., Morel, Udkovich; secy.. N.
J. Itonnin; treas., I. ilieraose.
Feldman , Baths or Arethu.
1155
(Mt. tleniens)
Allman.
Through Mra.
810
Fenkel Ladies Loan Amin.
. Pre, Mr, M. Finkel; vice-pre , .
Mrs. II. Schwartz; secy.. Mrs. Intents
Davis; tree, Mr, D. Factor. Dele•

kale: Hasa Louts

merove.e. pledgee

k trre it
o
Arl;e

IL Knoppow: Dean., J. Iteltnstolti
Delegates: Sam Snyder, DecIrt
Greenapan, Nag Onletein.
N lower Unigegend Vereln
III7
Individual pledges
list
Total
Pres.. ItenJamin Golden;viemProi. ,
Davis; army., I.. Fried;
M.
treas., Israel Burnsteln. Deleados.
Max IL Davie, 1. MellIn.
115
blogilower Pros. Ald Society
Pres., Barnett Zalealn: vice-pees.,
Louie
Feinberg; mint, Denial P.
7,1.1n; treat, Phillip Jaffe. Del,
gates: N. Jacobson. B. Zaleein, N.
Atkin..
$56
olleheeri e1 u hn
i t"
Peen, Mrs.
Mrs. Joe. Weingarden, Bridge Club Ill
Pres, Mot Joseph WeIng•rdea.
1175
lionerer Pros. Aid Society
Pres., A. Thomas; vire-pies., I. 1 1f.
chits; eorye., J. Zeimanov. 1. HOY
man; treas., Mr. Lena Hendelm.
Delegate.: A. Thorn., Joseph Hoff.
man.
$1 I
Alio. Study Club of Detroit
Pres, Mre J. M. Berets; vicmpres,
Edith Ella Davis; secy., Mn. B.
Pearlman; areas., Mrs. Davi,
Cole.
Neugarten Punehlne Club
8100
Pres., Mrs. Emil Eckhouee; Tioe-
pre,, Mrs. SentuelRlache Mrs
J. E. Newman; secya., Mrs. Abe
VIneherg, Mrs. Max Cohen, Mrs. Ar-
thur Gotteaman ; treas., Corrine

Northern Prog. Ladle. Soc. e 115
rases., Mrs.
I. Drapkin;
area Bolofsky; .cy.. Mr, Robins;
K
Mrs. Lefkowite Delegate.:
Mr, Fetich, Mn. D. Robins, Mrs.
Tannenheue.
Ontrowitaer Friendly Vereln (Member..
II 1
eel., 8.
Plegden)
Kereh; secy., Mrs. A. 11,

oenbers.

Palestine Rebekah LOIlle It 111
$5
Pres.. Mrs. Sigmund Reiner; WO ,
Min Dorle Rankin. Delegate&
Be 11 Mr
H. Ronenfeld, Mre. Pearl
Cinaker Prog. Ald Society ISO
Pres., Louis 14.111B; viee-prea, N
Collier; seoy., A. Parven; trea ,
A. Pauli. Delegates: Mn. Fannie
Shapiro, Max Oberneld.
Peale! Zeire Zion Br.
3
157
Pres, B. M. Lalkin;
J. Tromti-
ka; treat), T. KetnInker.
Prinirone BenevolentClub
150
Pr... Mrs. P. Ilermelin; vice-pre,
N.
mathWeinberg; seeto i Mm. F.
Friedman; treas.; Mrs. F. Margolin:
Delegate.: Mrs. Irene Rodman, Mr..
Vette Weinberg.
Progressive Ladles Unt. Vereln
$125
Pr.., Mrs. H. Epstein; vice-pr...
Mrs. L. Lindenbaum; secy.., Mrs.
11n. Mrs. Kreuger; tree., Mrs Wm.
Detonates: Mr.. R. Miller.
Baiter.
Mtn Jennie Itosengatd
ISO
Radom. Ald Society
Pien., W. Finkelstein; vice-prat, N.
Woiok; eery.. W. Wrotsieweky;
tr,•... M. Weiman: Delegates! M.
Freedman. P. Lunilierg.
Rodin Family Club
Pres., Mrs. Fannie Rodin; eery., Mr,
N. Finhman.
115
limner Progresnive Vereln
vice-pre., S.
BortoolT;
Pres.. M.
Solomon; seeps., 8. Kempner, A
II. soma: treaa, 11. l'olk. Dele-
gates: Sam Koopennen. A. Saginaw,
L. Sugarman.
110
SokolIcker Vereln ,
Pres.
J.
Cohen;
vice-peer,
J.
Waterman; secy.,. I. Becker; trea ,
J. Fun.
Stun fielo•erts. Capital Hotel (Mt.
121
eternal.)
Through Mre. H. Altman.
Esther Steinhaok, Edison Hotel (Mt
$16
nn)
Lin
$19
Sunshine Inub (Kant Side)
Hirschfield;
Marian
Pre,,
Mr,
secy., Mn. Hirechberg.
$15
Powalkor Ind, Pron. Verein
Prea, S. Petereon.
HIS
i •Kerstelenar Aid One.
Tillie Citrn
Men.
11.
Shultz;
vice-Pres..
Pre.,
Mrs. J. Gorman; eerY.. Mrs. Moine
Stormy; Rel., Mrs. Tillle Klasky.
Delegatem I. Sonnick. Intel/en Gob
aliInskY.
United Hebrew School. Women's Aux-
iliary
111.75
Pros., Mrs. H.Kaplan; vinbprea,
M re. Wolf Kaplan; weep., N. Jack
Freedman;
trea
s.. Mrs. Geo. Rob-
ert.. Delegate: M.. M. H. Zack-
helm.
Hebrew Ladles Aid Society .
free., Mr.. N. Finkel; vIce•rea.
Mew. D. FIchwartm .cr ., Mrs. Fannie
Danl.: treas., Mrs. D. Factor. Bele.
gates: Mrs. Elfreda Greenwald, Mrs.
Helen Lellmon.
Jewiah Wnmen's Mutual Ald fee . . —870'
C. CitrIn; vlimpres.,
Pres.. Mrs.
Mrs. L. Solderman; secy., Rom Kap-
lan: treas.. Mrs. I. Anikorf Dole-
Fates: Mra B. Corn. Mr, S. Cohen.
ItsdePendent Detrolt Lodge
Pr... Myer Cohen; secy., Henry
J ackson; treas.. Thomas Eanes.
Eve Prenstauer Maternity Aid
JewInh National Fund ladies Aux. 1315
Pre., Mrs. 8em Ileymon; tel vice.
pr... Mr..Derry Kraft; Ind vice.
pre,. Itra A. 1, Markson; ird vice-
Pre , . Mnr. chi...) Brody; lth

ISM WErl. A. Feltner; secy.,
Mra. 1. Goodman; treas., sirs Maw
Hayman. Delegates: Mrs. C. Brody,
Llghtetone, Mrs Jo,
Mr, Lau.
B onin.
1176
Iedekalt
Pres; glen Abe Irmienberg; sire-
urea, Mini. Harry Lev seer.. ales.
John Keetenherg; trout_ Mrs
N.
Baker tit- legatee: Mrs. J. Harcith,
Meg Abe itolenberg. Mra S

1 25

1 4 00

8 425
,
Pre, Irving E. Adler; vice-pre.
Morris Wiener; secy., Edward
Rothenberg; tree, Rubin Teicher.
Adler.
P
E.
Irving
ea:
r.
Greenberg, S. Reiner, Morels St.11411,

Tots!

JUNIOR HADASSAH

The last general meeting of tlre
Detroit unit of Junior Hadassah
Frifridly Loan Club
Pres. Mrs. F. Steckler; eery.. Mrs.
will take place Sunday afternoon,
Mollie Hummer; treas., Elea Wein-
June 7, at the Stotler Hotel, at
eteln. 115
2:30 p. m. The annual elections
amino SO, of Detroit
Pre.. Morn;, tinurwit•; vier-pres.
of officcrs will be the main fea
seer.,
Arthur
Jon.;
Devid
Dele-
ture of this meeting. Included in
are•.. Lawrence II, Jon..
the election slate will be a list of
gate: Joe Jon., David Barber.
$05
Hebrew Ladles . Sod. Fund
the board and new committee
Pros., Mrs GlicklIch; vlq/-Pres. ,
chairmen. Outgoing officers and
Met. Harry Diamond; nem. Mrs. R.
Carts; tree, Mrs Celia Schmidt.
3100 chairmen will summarize the year's
Monte Relief Soo.
activities in their reports to be
:has. Cornell: xlee•pre•.,
Pres., We
submitted to the president. All
Men. H. KOMYr; .0', Mre
M.
P.
Arkin.
t rens
Canter;
D el
members are urged to attend this
Mrn. Sam Leve, Mrs.
last meeting of the season.
Anthony Deutnch, Mrs. Anna Mom,
Sire Harry M. Shulman, Mrs. A.
Junior Hadassah wishes to cor-
Weisman.
fie
dially extend its thanks to the men
Infants Service Grout,
Pre,. Mr, Rosen; sire-pia.
who participated in the dramatic
Mn. It. Goldsmith: secy.. Mr. D.
performance, "Mrs. Bunir-trat-
N.V1111111: treas.. Mrs. I. e. Katz.
Leigh," which was presented last
rn•n.
8.110311
Jewish Community Center
week at the Statler Hotel. The
Jewish Nat'l Worker:. Alli•nee
male members of the cast consisted
Morels Shaver. rte-pre•.. I.
Pres
A Liebe.; rc1., Wm. Mord. aril
of Irving Glncklick, Adolph Silver,
N. Linden; treas., Harry Rehumer.
Marvin Raskin, Harry Zeman,
Jewieb Icemen , European welfare
1111
Morris Koeuk, and Harold Marko-
org. a North Wood'd Br.
Pees.. Mrs. J. Cohen: viee•Prea..
witz. Due to the splendid cooper/-
Ism In
sirs I. satessmsn;
ties of these young men, who are
Levin. Delegate•: Mrs. A. Entain,
members of the Young Men's Jew-
Grs O. Silverstein. Mra J. Redblett.
1119
Kiev lirog
ish Association, the dramatic peen
vice-pren.
H.
Pen
Plotkin:
Pre,
tr....
forrnance was successful.
Chain, icy., Harr, Ermine:
Morro Torgow. 1.1 ...... Tent.
Plans for a joint board dinner
nick, 11. Slaneroff. Williem Piotkin
in conjunction with the Senior unit
Mr. .4 Mrs. I. .1.1. Mr and Me,.
and the business and professional
William (Mo..
IS
Roblin. Family Invent ment
group are being completed. The
Pre.. Loot. Sh•poro: vice-Preo. Den
date will be announced in the near
Kaplan: sere. . Lillian Chornek1;
1,050 Chomoky.
f tieu re.
1125
Korostlehm er Aid Societe
All details concerning the eon-
Pre.. harry R.ker: Mempres.. Ea-
eluding social event of the season
ter Ron•, secy.. Morrie Mal S:
Cot
Kea.. J. Berke.
ore to be announced at the next
tier. More. 11•110.
1311 meeting The organization it plan-
ner Floeiete
Kotler
Pr.. Alen H Berson:
ning to atttend a dinner dance,
Benjamin Stein; t•usa. Leo. Bob
which is to be held June 21 011 tho
x her. Delogete: • 11 O..,
$711 S. S. Moronic in conjunction with
Leas. of Jowish 'Women , Org
Pre... Mra. Fred Olnsburt.
the
Purity Chapter of the Eastern
171
Lat etoer Verein
Star. Sarah E. Shur and Francts
Pr... Morris Bintrow; viee•pres.. I.
Kanter; ere,. Harry Moran; (ream,
Moran are in charge of arrange-
Delegate: Karl
Blake.
NOM.
ments.
firibm, Mn Minnie Rieke.

SILO

111
Aid Poelety
Pres. N. Finkelstein: secy. K.
noon, treas.. 11 Wei. Delegate. ,

Laundrymen'.

Is Gor•len. I, gnIderrnan. II. Hue'
Mein
ale
Laundry LanM• pre al Mob
Pres. Mr• N Woinotein
1
11.-canee• Tent
Pr .. Judge Samuel Brenne r: vire! '
It•nd
•e lm•n; me, and
pr.
.. lir

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linking of the scheme with the
Palestine situation may have the
effect of preventing England from
considering any reduction in Jew-
ish immigration to Palestine.
:—
Urge League to Protect Jews of
Danzig
LONDON (WNS)—The Jews of
Danzig are suffering so much from
Nazi persecution that the League
of Nations must take immediate
steps for their protection, it was
declared by Rhees Davis, former
member of the British cabinet, in
an article in the Jewish Chron-
icle. Mr. Davis, who has just
returned from Danzig, told of the
boycott of Jews, the incessant at-
tacks on the Jewish population
and the Nazi provocation from
which the Jews suff.er.

Fa ' Organ Attacks Blum
ROME ,(WNS) —The Jewish-
nem of Leon Blum, premier-desig-
nate of France, was made the sub-
ject of a biter attack by La Re-
gime Fascists, official organ of
the Fascist party. Terming him
"the Jew Blum," the Fascist pa-
per attacked him for defending
sanctions against Italy and implied
that his Jewishnesa had something
to do with it.

MINERAL BATHS—Treatments
for arthritis, neuritis, rheuma-
tism, seiatiea and colds. Also
Reich Exports Declining
Turkish and reducing baths.
BERLIN (WNS) — London re-
Wayne Mineral Baths, 630 Front ports that the Third Reich was
St.. (Ft. of 2nd Blvd). Randolph rapidly nearing complete bank-
6744.
ruptcy were substantiated from
official Nazi sources when the
BUSINESS OR PROFESSIONAL government made public its for-
ladies or gentlemen des-ous of eign trade figures for April and
making acquaintance for the revealed that German exports
purpose of matrimony, write were again declining. Despite
Box 50, Detroit Jewish Chron- the huge government subsidies and
icle. Strictly confidential.
the numerous financial manipula-
tions, German exports dropped
FOR RENT—Beautiful furnished
3.5 per cent over April and 12.1
room for a young man in home
per cent as compared with De-
without children. Everything cember when a high point
was
modern. Call Townsend 7-2983.
reached. It is estimated that if
the present decline continues Ger-
FOR RENT — Nicely furnished
many wil !again have a trade de-
room for a gentleman. Reason. ficit.
able. Near car and bus. 2257
Mass arrests of Jews charged
Hazelwood. Garfield 5442-J.
with "race defilement" continued
FOR RENT—Light, airy room for throughout the country, it became
a gentleman in home of couple. known when Der Stuermer pub-
Near Clairmount car line. 9345 lished a fiat of 32 Jews who have
been given long prison terms on
McQuade. Euclid 4638-M.
this charge.
Not content with the economic
FOR RENT — Large room for
gentleman or lady in private ruin of the Jews in Germany, the
home. Webb near Linwood. Nazis, through the Federation of
Townsend 6-5191. Please call Retail Merchants, have now taken
steps to undermine the trade of
Monday.
Jews abroad, The Federation has
FOR RENT — Three-room fur- issued a confidential circular to
nished apartment for summer. its members advising them bow to
Cool and airy. References. 3345 boycott Jewish merchants abroad.
Richton, apt. 206. Townsend
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6 - 3283.
Jewish General Temporary Rader

RODKINSON'S Talmud in Eng-
lish, ten volumes, regular price
$63, will sell for $20. Also, Ed-
wards' 2-volume biography of
David Lloyd George, priced at
$7.50, will sell for $2.50. Call
University 1-6972.

SUPERFLUOUS HAIR — Per-
manently and safely removed
with multiple electrolysis, by an
expert. Reconummded by physi-
cians as the surest method. Edith
Ecksta t, Electrologist, 520
Washington Acade Bldg., 1540
Washington Blvd., Clifford 3896.

of Ethiopia

ADDIS ABABA.—(WNS)—A
Jew found himself the temporary
ruler of Ethiopia when Marshal
Pietro Badoglio, Italian viceroy of
Ethipla, left for Italy and placed
Marshal Rodolfo Graziani, his sec-
ond in command, in complete con-
trol. Meanwhile 150 Jewish so',
diem who fought with the Italian
army have reached liarar where
they will settle permanently as
Italian civil officials. Rabbi Ter-
racino, chief Jewish chaplain of
the Italian forces here, and. Cap-
tain Maziano, commander of the
battalion of Jewish volunteer',
have returned to Italy.

FOR RENT — Nicely furnished
room for • gentleman or a lady
Plan Monument to Victims of
in a private home. Linwood sec-
Pogrom
tion. Reasonable. • Call Town-
MOSCOW.—(WNS)—In mem-
send 8-8375.
ory of the Jewish victims of the
TO RENT — Comfortable fur- Ziatopol pogrom during the' Rus-
nished apartment for the rum- sian war of the 1920s, the Jewish
mer. Good transportation. Call settlers in the Zlatopol region are
planning to erect a monument, it
Madison 7774.
was announced in the Moscow
FOR RENT—Four beautiful fur- Emee, Yiddish daily.
nished rooms with lovely porch.
Mail Used by Terrorists
$45 everything included. Couple
WASHINGTON.—Rep. Samuel
only. Available for 5 or 6
Dickstein,
(Dem.), New York,
months. Spielman, 3729 W. Bos-
chairman of the House Immigra-
ton Blvd.
tion Comittee, demanded investi-
ROOM AND BOARD for two gation by the Justice and Poet-
school children above 12 of good office departments' of reports that
habits, or parent and child. Good "terrorists" are seeking to "de-
home. Mother's care. Townsend stroy" Jews and Catholics.
Dickstein said that if Postmas-
7 - 0485.
ter Cert. James A. Farley and
FOR RENT — Nicely furnished Director J. Edgar Hoover of the
.room for a gentleman or lady Federal Bureau of Investigation,
in single home. Small family. are unable to take proper steps,
References. 3263 Carter, near he will appear for Congressional
Dexter.
action,
Meanwhile, Rep. Charles
Kramer (Dem.), California,
charged that the mails were be-
ing used to distribute propaganda
to foment "anti-Jewish" hatred,
and asserted that he also had
complained to the Postoffice Dr
Invottetiout Prosounced by Rabbi pertinent
If the departments decline to I
Jerome D. Folkman of Jacks..

McDonald Awarded
Honorary Degree
By Union College

Impressive ceremonies marked
the 52nd graduation at the Heb-
rew Union College which took
place Saturday afternoon May 23,
in the college chapel in Cincinnati.
Dr. Julian Morgenstern, president,
ordained 13 men into the rabbin-
ate.
Dr. Abha iiiilel Silver of the
Temple, Cleveland, who was vale-
dictorian of his graduating class
at the Hebrew Union College in
1915, gave the baccalaureate ad-
dress.
The honorary degree, Doclor of
Hebrew Law, was conferred upon
James G. McDonald of New York.
former League of Nations High
Commissioner for Refugees from
Germany, who is now on the edi-
torial staff of the New York Times.
Maxwell Silver of New York,
• graduate of the Hebrew Union
College in th eclass of 1916, and
a brother of the baccalaureate
'speaker, was awarded the degree
of Doctor of Divinity.
Rabbi Jerome D. Folkman of
Jackson, Mich., a graduate of the
college in 1931, pronounced the
invocation.
Dr. Bernard J. Bomberger of
Albany, N. Y., • graduate of the
college in 1926, was awarded the
first Kaufmann Kohler Memorial
prize of $500 for his essay on
The Rabbinic Attitude Towards
Proselytiution and the Social
Position of Proselytes within Jew-
ry in the to-called Talmudic
Period."

The Alumni Aaociation of the
United Hebrew Schools is plan-
ning to initaite the new graduates
at a party to be held on Satur-
day evening. June 13, at the
Philadelphia-Byron Hall. An In.
..
lira
N
Bachman:
Mee-pees..
Pr
teresting and unique program Is
M. te. LIpirtp: nary. 11.. 1. A.
K•tein: Doan, Mr. 11 Tensor.
being planned by the committee
Meooriteher Ind. Toon' 1.401.
in charge, which consists of the
P.a. Mrs. I. Dishell; elempries $. 01
following members: Esther Char-
Mn n WM.;• . Mrs. t- Hal-
Mn F. Engelman.
perm:
new, chairman; Evelyn Sarah Lan-
IWItestm: Mrs. L Cohen. Mn J.
Alvin Karpis, former public
day, Allan Weston, N/101111 Bach-
IlAk
enemy No. 1, was spending his
Mich Home Protective Age7 n
14 halter and Blanche Fiedler.
Pr., J Suiten.; Moe-pr.. A.
honeymoon In New York with Mrs.
grushkr:set'l .. J. Winslow; trwaa
Benny Baker, Paramount come. Karpia, the former Grace Gold-
M Prirr IIMegatee: Harry Silber,
elan, is a former vaudeville stooge. stein of Hot Springs, Ark., while
Jon Sollnian,
Mich. Preerweire Vends
1 He toured the United States with, the police of the country were
1 A.m.; eice-pre•-• Z 1

". 00 • LA.
Iwo id Kligor, Jed. Armee'
Dr
r
e
M•Imonides Medici!! Poe. Women,

REICH AND ITALY
Theological Seminary
PLAN TO SETTLE
Commencement June 7
JEWS IN ETHIOPIA

Real Estate Bargains

40% Net

The commencement exercises of
the lewish Theological Seminary
of America will be held on Sun-
day, June 7, at 4:30 p. m., in
the seminary quadrangle, Broad-
way and 122nd St., New York,
N. Y.
The charge to the graduates will
be delivered by 'Dr.' Simon Green-
berg, special lecturer in educn-
lion at the seminary and rabbi oY
Congregation liar Zion in Phil-
adelphia, Pa.
The bacealauereate sermon will
be delivered by Dr. Herman Hal-
perin, rabbi of Congregation Tree
of Life of Pittsburgh, Pa., on the
Sabbath preceding the commence-
ment.
A portrait of Dr. Morris Le-
vine, who was professor of Bible
at the seminary, and who died In
the course of the winter, will be
presented to the seminary by the
graduating class.
The degrees will be awarded
and the prizes announced by Dr.
Cyrus Adler, president of the
rnar
. Max
Max Drob, rabbi of Con-
course Center, New York City,
course
will deliver the invocation.

On the Intestml cash; 37 opts.
ie. Woodwartl. cm-Client con-
dition; 0115,000 normal Istwe,

foreclosure price 5410.006.- Yutt
gel tired ler $11,000,
sig,000 mortguge 5% Integost.

attull psyment• le years. 1.1.
ea property while paying

for Itself.

69 Apts.

Normal ,woe •330,000; are 6.1.
ilont exeellent emulltIon; big rent
all.
Foredo nod
price Imo. tint,
half. Ibuttilro. 8%0,000 duos,

11 Apts.

3 ton 10.1 west aide; 1 titeenn
hod; excellent condition. Stoat
94,00o, price FIS,MMI pay $3,0011
down. Doubt, your num., herb

8 Apts.

mom,; fine locuti.l, rant eidet
new electric refeig., I 1,160111 heat;
s‘rellenl otnniltion. 14.1 to tug.
abb. Prior 51t,000; term..
Itouble your miry here.

4 Apts.

1)nleit
tyPoi ' i
steam heel; Ideal le tundra.
Eine locution; rseell•mt n.5111an.
A 113.000 INsetiesed mace

Michigan Jewish Ladies Aid
Society Gives $200
to Drive

A meeting of the Michigan
Jewish Ladies' Aid Society was
held at the residence of Mrs. D.
Schutt, 16905 Wildemere, on
Tuesday, May 19. A luncheon was
served by the hostess. The prin-
cipal speaker of the evening was
Abe Lachover of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, who spoke in be-
half of the Old Folks' Home
building fund.
The society voted to pledge
$200 towards the campaign.
Mrs. D. Salle, president; Mrs.
L. Cohen, vice-president; Mrs. A.
Goldstein, treasurer, were appoint-
ed to represent the organization
at a luncheon given by the fund
committee at Hotel Statler en
May 21, to complete final ar-
rangements.

make the investigation, Dickstein
said he would seek to reopen
hearings this summer and fall by
the Howse committee investigat-
ing un-American activities. Kram-
er is a member of that committee.
Dickstein told the Department
of Justice that since the House
inquiry concluded last January,
there had been evidence that
"foreign elements" were distrib-
u t in g subversive propaganda,
some among Government em-
ployes.
"It is urgent that these mat-
ters be invesigated immediately
in an effort to discover who Is
financing these drives,"• Dickstein
wrote. "If you believe you do not
have the authority to make the
proper investigation, I shall call
on Congress for further power
for your organization to crush
this menace."
Kramer said most of the litera-
ture which he wanted investigated
was mailed from the Pacific coast,

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NED'S NEW AUTO SUPPLY SERVICE STATION

Ned's new Auto Supply Service
Station at Grand River and West
Chicago Blvd. promises to be rec-
ognized as one of the landmarks
among s•rvice stations in Detroit.
At the recent ground-breaking
ceremonies, the firat shovelful of
earth was turned by Councilman
John W. Smith, and the ceremony
was witnessed by Police Commis-
sioner Heinrich A. Pickert, Dep-
uty Police Superinetndent Fred
W. Frahm, F. Arthur Plant of
the Austin Cenetruction Co., M.
R. Mead, district manager of the
Firestone Tire ■ and Rubber Co..

beaides the family of the owners.
William, Charles, Aaron and Sam
Gershenson, and their mother,
Mrs. Melly Gershermon.
Ned's group of stations has evi-
denced its progress even during
the period of severest depression.
Its branches are scattered all
over the city.
Years ago, this unique family
organization, then headed by the
ailing father, started in a very
small way the business which now
is oneof the largest In Its Bold.
in this country. After the death

widow and her sons and daises.
ten carried on, with the as
controlling every detail, not oat?
of the business bat of the persee.,
al life of each of her children, dim
spite the fact that some of thent'
then were of age, and all now en% •
Celebrating the 10th •niteurs',
wiry of its founding ta
Ned's Auto Supply Berries atelkies
les continued be expand sad
erect ever more modern male
strafe/ fie points and eenstentlly
boa
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nen and In the nanher et
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