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America lavish Periodical Cotter

CLIFTON MINUS • CINCINNATI 30, OHIO

THE ONLY ANGLO•JEWISH
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An Jewish News
All Jewish View:.
WITHOUT BIAS

IN MICHIGAN

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VOL. XXXVIII No. 8

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THE LEGAL CHRONICLE

DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1936

P* Year, $3.00; Per Copy, 10 Cents

SEES TREMENDOUS World Jewish Congress at
HUMAN RELATIONS World Jewry Will Resist Palestine Immigration Ban,
ANTI-JEWISH MOVE
Geneva Will Last 10 Days WILL BE STUDIED
AS FASCIST COUP Elections Held by Jewries Throughout the World; the Er AT 3 INSTITUTES Dr. Wise Tells Colonial Secretary; Toll of Dead in

Kansas City Minister Warns
of Existence of 100
Anti-Semitic Groups

Advance Guard of American Delegation
Leaves to Attend Sessions

-
Gatherings to Be Held in
Colorado, Wisconsin
and Connecticut

Palestine Passes 200 Mark; Jewish Victims Total 42

GENEVA. — (WNS) — The J e w i s It community here, has
sessions of the first World Jewish chosen to represent Portuguese
Congress will begin on the eve- Jewry at the World Jewish Con-
PROMINENT SPEAKERS
rains of Aug. 8 and will continue grass.
TO BE PARTICIPANTS
for approximately 10 days, the
Geneva bureau of the Committee
Danzig Rep
retire
Dr. Birkhead States Ameri- of Jewish Delegations announces.
DANZIG. — (WNS) — Dr. B. Jewish, Catholic and Prot-
All sessions will be held in the Rosenbaum was elected the repre-
can Fascists Support
estant Leaders Willi
mu n i c i pal Batiment Electoral, sentative of Danzig Jewry to the
Landon
Attend
known as the League of Nations World Jewish Congress at a con-
Hall because it usually houses the ference called by the Federation
Rev. L. M. Birkhead, Kansas large assemblies of the League. of Synagogues and the Jewish NEW YORK (N.C.J.C.)--i-Pro-
City minister and close friend of Conference committees and bu- community.
testant, Catholic and Jewish lead-
Sinclair Lewis, stated at the Non- reaus of the Congress will be
era from all parts of the country
chosen after Aug. 8. The Federa-
Election in Bulgaria
will gather at three institutes of.
Sectarian Anti-Nazi League of 20
tion of Swiss Jewish Communi-
SOFIA.—(WNS) — The Cen-
W. 47th St., New York City, that ties has elected three delegates tral Consistoire of the Jews of Human Relations this summer un-
there are over a hundred anti- to the Congress.
Bulgaria, representing the entire der the auspices of the National
Jewish population of this country, Conference of Jews and Chris-
Semitic organizations active in
has
chosen a delegation to speak tions to consider their common
Portuguese
Delegate
the United States with a combined
Dr. for Bulgarian Jewry at the World interests and concerns as Ameri-
L I S B 0 N. — (WNS)
membership of about 4,000,000
of
the
Jewish
Congress.
can citizens.
people.
Moses Amezlak, president
"I have always been interested
I One institute will be held at
Brod
Heads Czech Delegation
in these Fascist movements, par-
Estes Park, Colo., Aug. 7 to 12,
PRAGUE (WNS)—Max Brod, and will
ticularly because I was in Ger-
be attended by leaders
Jewish author, will head throughout the country. Speak-
many a couple of times and ob-
a delegation of 10 named to rep- ers will include Hon. Newton D
served exactly how the Nazi
.
resent Czechoslovakian Jewry at Bak e
movement there achieved power.
r, general chairman of the
the World Jewish Congress.
The similarity in America is
National Conference of Jews and
alarming. All that is necessary
Christians; Dr. Ilu Shih, distin-
Dutch Jews Participate
now is the 'Man on the White
Chines e philoso
Workers Defy Torrid Wave AMSTTRDAM. — (WNS) — guished
Horse,' the American Hitler to as-
Prof. Robert McElro y of Oxford
to Work for Relief
sume control, and the danger of
The Jewish community here has University; Hon. Albert V: Al-
a Fascist coup would be immi-
Cause
issued an endorsement of the exander of London; Judge Plor-
nent," Dr. Birkhead said.
World Jewish Congress, urging ence E. Allen, president Heber
the Jews of Holland to partici- Grant of the Church of Jesus
S•ys They Support Landon
D espite the torrid wave, local pate,
of the League," said Dr. Wise. "We must, however, bear in mind the pressure upon the Colonial Secretary in
Dr. Birkhead declared that the
Christ of Latter Day Eaintaj Salt
Fascists are supporting Landon drive workers for the relief of
Lake City; Rabbi Ferdinand M. favor of Arab interests. It has been proposed, following the unhappy precedent of 1929, that Jewish immigration
American Delegation
should
be suspended during the work of the Royal Commission.
because all the other parties do Jews in Poland carried on during
Isserman, St. Louis; Dr. Feank
NEW YORK. — (WNS) —
not meet with their racial and the past week and obtained pledges
Kingdon, president, the Univer-
"Such
a proposal is intolerable and if mooted by the Government will meet with firm and world-wide re-
With Louis Lipsky, vice-president
political qualifications.
Father and cash froM willing givers for Of the American Jewish Congrese sity of Newark; Bishop Urban sistance of the Jewish people.
The leadership of the Zionist movement is firm and unyielding. Dr. Wcizmann,
Coughlin is not acceptable to thi s
J. Vehr of Denver (Reiman
cause.
and
one
of
the
five
delegates-at-
them because he is a Catholic;
Catholic) and Bishop Charles L. David Ben Gurion and Moshe Shertok are giving the movement leadership which I find safe and am proud to fol-
Tlr're? by the plight of their co. large, leading the way, the ad- Mead (Protestant).
and President Roosevelt, con-
low. Until the wretched agitation and disorders are ended in Paltstine we •will be surrounded by difficultiett, but
stantly described by them as Ro- religionists in a country they vance guard of the American
Mid-West Conference
finally the justice of our cause must prevail."
senfelt, is actually anathema to called their own for over 1200 delegation to the World Jewish
Delegates from throughout; the
Congress
has
begun
leaving
for
of-
years,
the
local
supporters
of
The Colonial Office has branded as entirely without foundation a report appearing in the London Daily Her-
them. His administration is of
Slid-West and other section, of
ten described as the "American Polish Jewry have their hearts set the gathering. Jacob Fishman, the countryy will gather at the
#sld that Jewish immigration into
on raising the needed amount of managing editor of the Jewish Institute of Human Relations to
Jew Deal."
Palest ine wou ld b e suspeed
nd
the Prof.
u
elrle.i tJy. Etf-
"'The fact that these organize- money to alleviate the great auf- tMhozeirng oJ f ournal;
be held at Lawrence'College, Ap-
American
Jewess
investigatio n or the P al-
D
University
tions are supporting Landon has fering of their Polish brethren.
pleton, Wis., Aug. 30 to Sept. 4,
eatine
disorde.
1
rs
To
Present
Gift
given the responsible Republican Their determination is buttres- Texas; Max Silverstein, grand- under the auspices of the Chicago
dt e h ne ial Je tha
wit ihthe
Naesta
tionb id -
To King's Brother
leaders much concern, but Bed by the knowledge that chari- master of the I. 0. Brith Abra- Round Table of Jews and Chris-
throughout the West and Middle table minded Detroit Jewry will ham; and Rabbi Irving Miller of fl ans.
NEW YORK (WNS)—Mrs.
Home
endangers
either
Mos-
West petty Republican politicians not stand idly by while their kin Far Rockaway, N. Y., will sail
Speakers include: Edward L.
Edward Chaiken, a Pittsburgh
are distributing their literature in Poland are ground under the on July 23. Judge Julian W. d Betnays, public relations counsel; Glickman of New York Also
Jewish Refugee Doctor Kills lem or Christian holy places
Jewess, is now in New York
and propaganda."
iron heel of intolerance and op- Mack Dr Harr Fri d w Id
George
N. Shuster, managing edi-
wee voiced in the lIouse of Com-
Makes the Track Team;
Rabbi Edward Israel, as well as
Himself in a New
making ready to sail for Lon-
pression.
It May Happen Here
tor, the Commonweal; Prof. A.
mons by Colonial Secretary Orms-
Protest Newark Gift
don, where she has an appoint-
York Drugstore
Dr. Birkhead said his friend
Their faith is also bolstered by Louis Sturz of New York, have R. Brown-Radcliffe, University of
by-Gore in response to a query
ment with the Duke of Kent,
Sinclair Lewis had the correct ap- the impressive list of contributors already sailed. The bulk of the Chicago; Dr. John A. Lapp, Na-
by G. Lathan, Laborite. Mr.
American
delegation
will
leave
brother of King Edward VIII.
proach in "In Can't Happen who have expressed their sym-
NEW
YORK
(WNS)

Samuel
WASHINGTON,
D.
C.—(WNS)
Ormsby-Gore pointed out that Use
tional
Labor
Relations
Board;
Mrs. Chaiken, wife of a plum-
Here." "If something isn't done patty with their Polish fellow- on the Queen Mary on July 29. Roger W. Strauss, co-chairman, Stoller, University of Michigan
Balfour Declaration contains •
—Striking
increase
In
the
num-
ations
by
the
American
Jewish
ber and mother of seven chil-
to atop it, it will happen here," he sufferers by sending pledges and
Notwithstanding of
declar- National Conference of Jews and junior, and Martin Glickman, for-
ber of German Jews entering the proviso that nothing shall be done
dren, will present the Duke and
said.
cash ranging in amounts from $1 ations by the American Jewish Christians.
mer New York City high school
to prejudice the civil and reli-
his Duchess with a portrait of
United States as quota immigrants gious rights of the non-Jewish
e'e--"When I was- in Germany in to $250 from individuals and as
champion, ,found themselves. the
To Study Contributions
them done In colored embroidery
1930-31, I could not get any in- high as $500 from organizations. Cortgrese and the organizing cos-
is reported by the Bureau of Im- communities and that ander Ar-
mittee of the World Jewish Con- Three special addressee on the only two Jewish members of Amer-
hand-made,
on
silk.
tellectual liberal to talk seriously
migration for the first five months ticle 13 of the League Mandate
Officers Renew Appeal
gress, left wing Jewish groups contributions of the various ica's Olympic track and field team
about'. Hitler. The Fascists lead-
The active members of the meeting in conference here de- faiths to present day society will at the conclusion of the two-day
of 1936. During that period 2,044 the Mandatory Power assumed re-
ers here are the same type as American Committee Appeal, in
final try-outs at Randall's Island.
German Jewish immigrants ar- sponsibility regarding the holy
Hitler. Most people regard them charge of raising Detroit's $25,000 cided to send a delegation of five be a feature of the' Institute. The
Besides Glickman and Stoller
rived here, as compared with 861 places.
to the Geneva sessions. This de- Very Rev. Michael J. O'Connell,
as cranks. I have a strong feel- quota of the national $1,000,000
for the six months from July 1
cision was reached at a meeting ofipresident, DePaul University, there were 6 other Jewish Olym-
The election of Dr. Wise to the
ing, however, that we are making
to Dec. 31, 1936; 1,736 in presidency of the Z. 0. A. is of
fund, were cheered when $2500 was representatives of 612 labor and Chicago, will discuss the contribu- pic hopefuls in the finals, but none
the same mistake as Germany sent to Poland last week. They are
the fiscal year 1934, from July the utmost importance to the
fraternal groups. The meeting tions of Catholicism, Rabbi A. J. of these made the team. Irving
made. Germany never took Hit- now bending every effort to obtain
1, 1933, to June 30, 1934; and Zionist movement, Dr. Chain
was called to elect those dele- Feldman, Hartford, Conn., the Rubow of the U. of Wisconsin and
ler seriously enough. I am in- more pledges and cash to enable
1,686 in the fiscal year 1935. The Weismann, president of the
gates because the Washington contributions of Judaism, and Daniel Taylor of the Grand Street
clined to think we have to expose the committee to send another
total German Jewish immigration World Zionist Organization, de-
conference of the American Jew- Clifford P. Morehouse, editor, the Boys Association, both entered in
the real plans and purposes of
check quickly.
ish Congress, which elected the Living Church, the contribution the shot put, were eliminated in the Call Attention of the Youth from July 1, 1933, to May -31, clared in ■ congratulatory anso.
these organizations. They con-
)PLEASE TITAN TO !In PAWN)
of Protestants and Non-Roman first day's trials. Lawrence Minsky
Congress to Libelous Ac- 1936, was 6,283. The annual sage to Dr. Wise. Declaring that
The officers of the committee,
ceal themselves behind promises
immigration quota for Germany the present crisis In the Ziosiat
of lows State, entered in the jave-
Catholics.
tions of Communists
of stopping poverty. If you get Henry M. Abramovitz, chairman;
is 25,957. During the last five movement requires a militant per-
lin throw, also failed to qualify
Areas of difficulty in inter-
closer to them like I have, you Joseph H. Ehrlich, treasurer;
months,
when German Jewish im- sonality as the head of the Armee-
on the first day. Abraham Rosen-
faith relationships will be explor-
find out they are anti-Semitic Morris Shatzen, financial secre-
migration
reached its peak, non- can Zionists, Dr. Weisman!' ex-
crantz
of
Michigan
State
Normal
The
14th
national
convention
of
and Fascist. My theory is that tart; Irving Adler, I. Finkelstein
ed in special round table sessions.
Jewish
Immigration
from Ger- pressed the hope that the new
one of the principal methods of and Harry Weinberg, co-chairmen,
Speakers include Wilfred S. Rey- was one of the real sensations of the Young Poale Zion Alliance many totaled 2,773.
Z. 0. A. president will gamed
the
try-outs,
although
he
just
nolds, executive secretary, Coun-
(Socialist Zionist youth organiza-
combating these organizations is and Joseph Haggai, secretary,
All of the Jewish immigrants In rallying all branches of Ameri-
to expose them." again appeal to those who have
cil of Social Agencies, Chicago; failed to make the Olympic team. tion) will be held at Detroit, Mich., were admitted under bond pro- c an Jewry
behind the Monist
not yet contributed to send pledges
Dr. Philip L. Semen, director,
Black Legion Spreads
the week-end of Sept. 3 to vided by friends or relatives cause. "to which Dr. Wile has
"The Black Legion is definite- and cash without delay.
Ceremonies Open to Public; the Jewish People's Institute, Anti-Nazi Protest Newark Con. during
devoted
no
guaranteeing
that
they
will
not
much
of hie ditstin-
7 inclusive, it was announced by
Organizations, too, are requested
ly not broken up," Dr. Birkhead
tribution to Olympic Fond
Report on District Grand Chicago; Dr. E. W. Blakeman,
become public charges. Most of guished abilities."
University of Michigan; Prof.
said. "They have begun to or- to hurry their Contributions so
NEWARK, N. J. (WNS) — A Moshe Cohen, national secretary. the new Jewish arrivals are pro-
Lodge Convention
The Hebrew language was
Helen M. Caney, DePaul Univer- storm of protest by anti-Nazi Reports from the convention city fessional men and their families.
ganize in Chicago under the name they may be included in the next
heard here at a session of the
sity, Chicago; Dr. Abram L. Sadl- groups here failed to dissuade the assure a
of the American Patriots and are amount to be forwarded to New
well-arranged program
International Labor
Congress
er,
director
B'nai
B'rith
Hillel
secretly anti-Semitic. They have York on its way to do rescue work
Next Monday night, Pisgah
city council from appropriating
Refugee Doctor Kills Self
when Yehuda Cherie, labor
Foundations.
been driven further underground in Poland.
$200 towards the $500 needed to with the members of the local
NEW YORK. — (WNS) — leader and co-operative expert
Lodge No. 34 of B'nai B'rith will
youth
unit
plunging
energetically
An unusual feature of the In- defray the expenses to Berlin of
Checks should be made payable
in Michigan with headquarters in
Brooding and melancholy as • re- of Palestine, made • plea for
install the newly elected officers stitute will be a dialogue on inter-
Elmira, Ohio. Very often they to Joseph H. Ehrlich, treasurer,
Jenny Caputa, who has been se- into the work of convention pre- sult of the loss of his once ex- recognition by the labor world
operate under the name of the and mailed to 237 Gratiot, or 504 in the lodge rooms in the Macca- faith relationships. Participants lected as a member of the Ameri- parations. The Y. P. Z. A. units tensive Berlin practice, Dr. Ralph of the plight of Diseases •1
bees Bldg. These ceremonies will will be Father Michael J. Ahern, can women's Olympic gymnastic throughout the country are all Rotholz, 39-year-old German Jew-
United Brotherhood of America. Griswold Bldg.
Jewry, which make. their sot-
"Like all of these anti-Semitic
New Contributors
be open to the public. Special in- S. J., Weston College, Weston, team. The action of the city coun- preparing themselves for active ish refugee physician, commit- tlement in Palestine imperative.
Elsewhere
in
these
columns
is
a
Fascist organizations, the Black
vitations are being extended to all Mass.; Rabbi Louis L. Mann, Chi- cil was in response to a plea by participation In this annual gather. ted suicide by drinking poison in In an address which was trmo-
Legion is absolutely secretive. A list of contributors to whom the local B'nai B'rith organizations to cago, and Dr. Everett R. Clinchy,
(PLEARE TURN TO PAGE
■ Bronx drugstore. Admitted to feted into English and Freer&
i ng.
(PLEASE TURN TO I Al? PAGE)
OPPOSITE EDITORIAL)
man came to me in my church in Detroit drive committee is most attend this meeting.
The convention will begin im- this country as a quota immigrant h. spoke on the mossomic crisis
Kansas City, frightened because grateful. Additional contributions
four months ago, Dr. Rotholz had throughout the world and the
The following officers are to be
media
of
he was asked to join the Black include a generous check from G.
installed: Herman Osnos, presi-
I summer kvutzot (comm
the taken the New York State medi- manner is which it bad iateeW-
(communal
Legion. When he refused, he Grand, Theodore Schwartz, Charles
cal examinations, passing them
fied the Jewish problem.
dent; Benjamin Marcus, first vice
camps)
where
during
the
summer
was threatened and was told he K. Harris, Louis Becsky, Louis W.
president; Harold M. Silverston,
Z. Feinstein, speaking in be-
months, the members engage in successfully. He would have been
would have to join because he Zack and the Purity Chapter No.
admitted to practice in New York half of the Palestine Jewish
second vice president; Rudolph
physical
and
cultural
activities.
knew some of the identities of the 359, Order Eastern Star.
in August. Labor Party, expressed his inabil.
Meyersohn, secretary; Albert Gold-
Conference
of
Leaders
Rabbi
Leo
M.
Franklin
is
an-
-
wanted
him
to
members. They
The S. S. Manhattan brought ity to support a Norwegian OW-
berg, treasurer; Joseph L. Staub,
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Fifty-Per-Cent-Jewish Novelist Gives Reasons for Reject- This convention will also inau-
t/I-EASE TURN TO P 0313 It
( PLEASE TURN TO rAirla 3)
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monitor, Samuel W. Leib, ■ assistant
gurate a special conference for
i
n
Eichelberger
Prize;
Her
Latest
Novel
monitor; Samuel Brezner, warden;
youth
leaders
of
llabonim
(Zion-
Continues Gollantz Saga
Abe Morrison, guardian.
ist Pioneer Youth Organization)
Jacob Miller, chairman of the
which is an educational organiza-
committee on arrangements for the
Miss Naomi Jacob, prominent , his purpose peacefully and without tion for Jewish boys and girls be-
installation of officers program, novelist, refuses to be tempted by I bloodshed. But she added:
tween the ages of 10 to 17, It
The Monarch of True Christian Good Will Passes
states that a brief interesting pro- an important award to sacrifice
I an, SO per cent J ew , an d aims to give the rising Jewish A Protest Against Tolerating Secrecy in Dissemination of
gram has been arranged due to the her principles and loyalties.
have identified myself with
generation
Jewish News
in America a back-
warm
weather.
Following
the
in-
re-1
I
A short time ago Miss Jacob
By BERNARD POSTAL
that splendid race throughout
ground for the appreciation of the
stallation Aaron Droock will give '
e .1c e rger
raze I my novel., and in other mat.
achievements of the chalutzlm
Ba JACOB DE HAAS
a rephrt on the convention of Dis- which is annually awarded to two
tars which I need not enter
(pioneers) in Palestine and in-
EDITOR'S NOTE: The passing of the Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman trict Grand Lodge No. 6 of B'nai
people. Discovering that she was i nto -},are. Though not ■ Jew culcate a desire to become respon-
big void in the interreligious good will movement. B'rith, which was held on the coupled with Herr Adolf Hitler for
I
by faith, I have • burning ad.
sible agents in the development of EDITOR'S NOTE: The following article is of unusual and timely
this year's award, Miss Jacob re- eiration for this noble and dig- Jewish life.
In this article Mr. Postal sketches his life and work, dedicated Steamer Seeandbee, July 6 to 10.
interest in view of the trying conditions which •ggravat• the
to • better understanding between Jews and Christians.
nified race . . . Therefore, it
For the convention a special is-
Palestinian situation. Mr. de Haas is •
pioneer Jewish /NET-
was impossible for me to ac-
sue of the Jewish Pioneer, organ
nalist, was • close friend of Theodor Herat and kis biogra.
cept an award which was given
of the Y.P.Z.A. will be issued deal.
The death of the Rev. Dr. Sam- Doctor of Divinity degree from
pher, •nd was the person responsible for drawing 'mike
to me and to Hem. Hitler, I.-
ng with problems confronting the
uel Parkes Cadman stills the voice. Wesleyan College in Connecticut.
Louis D. Brandeis into the Zionist movement.
cause of the terrible persecu-
fourteenth convention of the youth
He is the
of a celebrated and courageous His first pulpit was the Metropoli-
tion, the monstrous injustices
movement.
author of • biography of Justice Brandeis sad of a history
A is e r i c a n Christian clergyman tan Temple in New York. over
and the abominable cruelties
Prominent speakers of the La-
of Palestine.
whose entire life was a symbol of which he presided from 1895 to
which are even now being laid
bor Zionist movement will address
the old-fashioned American ideals 1901. In the latter year he was
upon the Jewish race in Ger-
the sessions of the Young Poale
of religious liberty. Of all the ad- called to the pastorate of the Ceti. Democrits are Blamed for
P ractically every morning, at most as common as the sex urge,
many. To have accepted
it
Zion Al'iance, the Socialist-Zionist
Spreading Word He and
vocates of interreligious and inter- tral Congregational Church in
would have been to—almost—
y
outh f America, which is an or- the breakfast table, after we have and it creates a mutual forbear•
racial good will Dr. Cadman was Brooklyn, a pulpit he retained for
Landon are Anti-Semitic
betray those people to whose
g anization of young Jewish men exchanged mail and newspapers, once between nations, grouns, and
the most consistent and effective. the rest of his life.
race I partly belong and who
a nd women whose aim it is to pre- my wife repeats the same ques- leaders, by which plot and eAn-
Not given to sensationalism or
A Great Churchman
NEW YORK. — John D. M.
have been my good and loyal
ire American Jewish youth for tion: "In Heaven's name, don't ter-plct are continuously played
No ordinary clergyman content Hamilton, chairman of the Repub.,
hysteria, he was rightly regarded
friends all my life."
he upbuilding of Palestine on a the Jews understand? What will everywhere, .4 the expenso at.
as the father of the organized merely to shepherd his flock, Dr. lican National Committee in an in.
Miss Jacob is the author of a ooperative basis and to foster the they do?" Less frequently the ways of all of us, its victims.
movement to bring about closer Cadman was destined to become terview Monday night laid at the
number of important novels which c ooperative commonwealth all over newspapers bring stereotyped an- Friends and enemies they all play
relations and deeper understand- one of the great American church- door of the Democrats responsi-
ewer of the Colonial Secretary, in this game. I have before site a
deal with the Jewieh theme, and t he world.
Mg between Christian and Jew. An men of his time. Among Chris- bility for spreading rumors that
the British House of Commons, whole series of confidential re-
which cover the story of the Gol-
Communists Coadcwasd
uncompromising foe of prejudice tians he was known as a minister he was anti-Semitic and that Jews
lantz family. Outstanding among
The following statement was that it "is not In the public in- ports. There is not ■ confidential
and persecution in every form. he who combined the spiritual ideals who had been prominent in other
or tihne word in the whole bst7h. The
her novels are "Four Generations," read to the closing session of the terest" to reveal this, that, ie
was in the vanguard of those who of the church with the practical national Republican campaigns
"The Loaded Stick," "Honour American Youth Congress by Sa- other. Between my wife's ques- only reason for marking them
felt that religious bigotry was a sense of a leader. He was always were to be kept out of important
Come Back . . ." and others. But adia Gelb, representing the Na-I tion and the British answer I "confidential" is identically that
negation of Christianity. As a sin- alive to the problem+ of the day positions in the Landon campaign.
NAOMI JACOB
perhaps the most interesting of tional Executive of the Young suffer each day a bad quarter of which makes the great untrvutged
cere Christian he strove to educate and keenly aware of the role the
Mr. Hamilton came back with
them all is the latest — "The , nude Zion Alliance, in declining an hour, for I have long since secret of all the great ,wet or-
his coreligionists to an apprecia- church could and should play in vigor at his dctractOrs and cited fused to be linked with the Nan I Founder of the House"—iust pu b.; to accent a
position on the Na- convinced myself that all the ganizations, viz: there is no wo-
meeting them. It was not his idea his record and that of Governor leader and sacrificed the honer.
tion of Jewish problems.
wars, and most international re. The art al' mystery i s sup-
a h e d by the Macmillan Co. tional Council:
Writing to an Australian paper,
Born in England, where reli- of the ministry that the clergy- Alf M. Landon of Kansas, Repub-
troubles are directly due to this pression.
••To Hie Muerte.* Semis foam.:
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Reports of Suspension of Jewish Immigration Branded as Without Foundation by
Colonial Office; Palestine Post Charges Rumors Were Spread by Arabs in London;
Ormsby-Gore Denies Holy Places Are Endangered by Jewish Homeland

SAYS THEIR MEMBERS
NUMBER FOUR MILLION

ARABS FIRM IN DEMANDS FOR BAN OF LAND SALES, CESSATION
OF IMMIGRATION AND ESTABISHMENT OF AN ARAB GOVERNMENT

Press Censorship Extended by Suspension of Newspapers; Arab Terrorists Adopt New
Form of Railway Sabotage; Last Installment of 2,000 Immigration Certificates
Received by Jews; Jew Acquitted of Murder Charge in Jerusalem

LONDON (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, in an interview with Colonial Secretary Ormsby-Gore warned
that any attempt to yield to Arab violence by halting Jewish immigration into Palestine
would meet with "firm and world-wide resistance by the Jewish people." Commenting on
his interview with Mr. Ormsby-Gore, Dr. Wise told the Palcor News Agency that he had
found the former "as always a sympathetic and understanding observer of developments
in Palestine, who appreciates the meaning of the Mandate and connected problems."
"It is inconceivable for British prestige that there will be a violation of the trustee-
ship

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FOR POLISH JEWRY

STOLLER, U. OF M.,
ON OLYMPIC TEAM

6 283 GERMAN JEWS
ADMITTED TO U. S.

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CONVENTION HERE

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OFFICERS MONDAY

Hitler's Partnership in Important
Award Refused by Miss Naomi Jacob

Stmuel Parkes Cadman

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