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America ffewish periodical Cotter

CLIFTON ATINUX - CINCINNATI 20, OHIO

All Jewish News
All Jewish View:
WITHOUT BIAS

yaw

VOL. XXXVIII No. 9

Jews Are Panic-Stricken as
Coup Is Staged by
the Nazis

32 NATIONS WILL BE
NEW YORK (WNS) — Such
AT WORLD CONGRESS anti-Semitism as exists in the

United States is personal, not
political prejudice, but "the way
to make it political is exactly the
method Mr. Hamilton has blunder-
ingly adopted—to drag it into the
campaign by letting a political
GENEVA (WNS) — The anti- leader get all heated up about it,"
Jewish discrimination of the Nazi it was declared by General Hugh
regime in Danzig drew a formal S. Johnson in his daily copyrighted
protest to the League of Nations column syndicated by the United
F
from Jewish quarters when Dr. Feature
Syndicate. Commenting
Stephen S. Wise, president of the on recent statements by Mr. Hamil-
Committee of Jewish Delegations, t ton that President Roosevelt had
telegraphed the following mess urged Governor Lehman to run
predicted stand, it was
learned when Avery
chairman
sage to Anthony Eden, British again to get Jewish votes in New
an of the Amer.
Foreign Secretary and president York, and by George Peek, ex-New
velt, in his hate and fear and sil can Olympic Committee,
made
Dealer,
that
his
plan
to
sell
800,000
of the League of Nations Coun•
Bassi, has sold his Americans public the new salute which the
the L
fnis , fp"I o tstteores;
cil: "The committee is deeply bales of cotton to Germany had
i American will use. The men will
Lest
"plat
moved by the news from a Ger- been blocked by "Jewish influence"
fail to doff their hats as they ;ma the
man source concerning serious in the Roosevelt Administration,
arouse readers of the Highland reviewing stand and extend their
modifications of the Danzig con- General Johnson said that both
Post, the correspondent tells how arms parallel to the ground, while
m had "pressed the keys that
stitution. The committee draws men
he saw a young man by the name the women will only extend their
the attention of Your Excellency open the organ pipes of prejudice
of Blumenthal, in Providence, shoot arms.
a Christian boy with a borrowed The arrival of the American
to the menace these constitute to and intolerance."
Warning that "the Jewish peo-
gun. This, thecorrespondent says, teams coincided with the open-
the equality of rights of Danzig
are not an issue in this cam-
p
cam-
m .vv er is ic ean asnd can Ge o x e:
Jews, which is guaranteed under
Jews,
ing of a huge Nazi propaganda
p because they "don't vote as
the constitution of the Frec Cityaign"
exhibit in Berlin, designed to show
and the League of Nations." a people, and the candidate who
error Lehman will rule",
foreigners the achievements of
counts on that is in for a disap-
pointment," General Johnson de-
Commonweal Says Prejudices WIII the Hitler regime. At the same
Jews Panic-Stricken
Be Exploited by Demagogues , time the Reichswart, one of the were manifested by both speakers and the crowd of worshippers.
DANZIG (WNS)—Danzig Jew- clared: "If we are to maintain the
principal media for disseminating
ry found itself at the complete principles of the American con-
Armored cars and airplanes were brought into action by the British military to
NEW YORK
(NCJC)—Repre.
anti-Semitic propaganda abroad, fj ht off
stitutional
electoral
sentative
religious
journals struck issued
mercy of the Nazi-controlled goy.
a special
issue containing g
a gang of Arab terrorists who attacked a convoy between Anebta and Tul-
this week at attempts to inject the an appeal
for anti-Semitism.
ernment when the Nazi officials
which
karem in one of the most severe engagements of the current disorders. The encounter,
religious issue into the forthconts
made public a series of decrees
w
ing political campaign.
abolishing
hing the constit utional
of Nations.
guar-
lasted for several hours, resulted in some of the heaviest casualties yet suffered
WiA Ltu i lSe mi
n kPa
mici
n g raPw g o.
7I
e.s a. this
The Commonweal, leading Ca i
antee s of the L eague
publication declares that "no na- by Arab brigands. At least six are known to rave been killed. No casualties were re-
All Jewish organizations face im-
ported
among the troops or passengers in the convoy .
Paper
""
t.'
n
should
permit
itself
to
re-
Reveals Details of "gious
"The Reli
Issue,"
mediate liquidation through a de-
ish Plot" Against U. S.
that religious, racial and class an. w ain in the service of the Jews,
cree ordering the dissolution of
Evidence
of weariness among Arab merchants as a result of the Arab general
w
ho control the world's finance
KINGSTON, N. Y. (INNS) — tagonisms "will be unscupulously
all parties and societies whose
strike was manifested during a
The gory "details" of an alleged exploited by demagogues and un and instigate revolutions." Great
members propagate "reports like-
g at the home of
large meetin
care
is
bein
g exercised byfe
"Jewish plot" to ' capture control principled politicians as they were
th
ly to endanger the state's inter-
Abbad Share, prominent business
eNoainzi npgo lice toeopn rt envefe nw
t
Urges
France
Erect
of
the
U.
S.
Government
through
in
1928,
and
in
other
years
of
ests." The Nazis were also given
The meeting adopted •
foreig n
a revolution scheduled to begin at political excitement" and asserted visitors. Jews have been warned
carte blanche in the arrest and
Monument to Dreyfus man.
resolution to send a memorandum
imprisonment of Jews and other
i je'w
t l
r om
the Arab high Committee stet-
in the Highland Post, minded qualities of normal Amer not to attempt to obtain soft
P AR eI So.l —
a rtne(otnVIN a S p ol — 1 n Irofenr e c oti ae to
enemies through a decree exempt-
l nngrd eutsrhueali then teAhder ea eibot ieer,:ohlen il , l t r i a h asso
a newspaper published by one Will mans must strive to provide a drink concessions, and they have
ing police actions from judicial
monument
Flenk in the nearby town of High- antidote for these poisons."
i been refused licenses for all buse Reply to Al Segal by James o;
ti r e n the
reviews, and permitting police to
sasses
in
which
they
might
pas-
Efforts to arouse racial and re.
D y
prevent any public meetings. A
victim of the cele- greatly weakened them economic-
I. Ellmann and in Cur -
Poughkeepsie. The Highland Post, ligious prejudice were assailed bi sibly meet foreigners. The Propa-
t buhre ag e e t ednden:0 prna p a t [ref guesi)e,Aruniffn race
special decree intended to "liber-
i l .r nef, T 1,:ye s
g S. J. Duncan-Clark e is hi wee l ganda hlinistry also instructed
rent Editorial
k
ate Danzig from the Jews" pro-
and
turned
anti-Semitic
only
re
y
Jewish
publications
to
refrain
-
column
on
the
c
h
urchn pa g e of th
hibits the practice of shechita.
4 on Royal Commission
cently, quotes its "special corres- Chicago Daily News.
from making any mention of
More decrees restricting Jewish
words
"No
More
Dreyfus
AI-
Al Segal, feature writer who,
AI
at Providence, R. I., as
Named to Investigate
Asserting that "the slimy snak Jews participating in the games.
rights are expected, and a mass
fairea"
should
be
on
the
mono-
in
•n
article
in
last
week's
issue
ii At th
exodus of Jews from the city has Missouri Rabbi Raps Racial Issue the authority for the "plot." of race and religious prejudice
meat, the paper declares, add-
Palestine Disturbances
in Campaign
A c c o r d i n g to this corres- creeping out of its jungle, male, of propagandists especially train- of The Detroit Jewish Chron.
begun.
ing that it should be erected
TOPEKA, Kan. ( W NS)—"Both pendent, who claims to have at- volently intent upon using the cal ed to spread Nazi racial theories ids under the heading "If I
in front of the War Office.
LONDON (WNS — Palcor
Were the Zionist Leader," ad•
candidates
of
the
major
parties
tended
the
convention
of
the
Zion-
paign
to
poison
American
though
among
the
visiting
athletes
were
Consider Protective Measures
Agency)—Earl Poet, chairman
am free from anti-Semitism and ist Organization, of . America at and feeling and goodwill,"- th -given their final instructions and 'rotated a policy of "peace" in
LONDON (WNS) e--- Leaders
of the Wheat Commission, has
measures
the are
protection
of other prejudices based on race and Providence, he learned of the
assigned to places as guides, which his urged Jews to submit
(PLEASE TURN TO LAST PAGE)
of
English for
Jewry
considering
been named head of the Royal
watchmen, janitors, waiters and to • plan., for the curtailment
Commission
to investigate the
of
immigration
and
the
stop-
similar jobs in all places where
the Jews of Danzig. A memoran-
causes of the Palestine disturb-
Vigorous
opposition
to Nazi page of land sales, is criticized
foreigners
will
gather.
dam to the League of Nations is
ances, according to the London
for his views in two statements.
being drafted, calling on the
Daily herald. The commission,
An answer to his article ■ appe•rs
anti-Semitism and acid theor-
League to take the necessary
which will probably consist of
in an editorial in this issue,
ies and to the •ttempts to deify
steps to protect the Jews of Dan-
filfveeinm
eeezgo
befrso,n
and
another
reply
comes
in
the
Hitler ■ are voiced

in a 4,000-
zig from Nazi revenge.
i w uin "til no ortdeb rega in s
form of •n interesting state. Bernstein Says Rabbis Did
word letter of protest drafted
been
restored.
Other members
mint
by
James
L
Ellm•nn,
for-
w b y 10 of the most militant anti-
Not
Ask
Exemption
32 Nations to be Represented •t
of the Royal Commission, ac-
Campaign to Plant 100,000 ..axi Protestant preachers, who mer president of the Zionist

World Congress
World
for
Jews
cording
to
the
Daily Herald,
Org•nixation
of
Detroit.
Mr.
in Zion as Ana -
• re threatening to circulate
GENEVA (WNS) — 32 na-
will be Field Marshal Sir Wil-
Ellmann's statement follows,
the document secretly among
war to Vandalism
tions will be represented at the
liam
Birdwood,
former mom-
followers on.
DENNIS, Mass. (NCJC)—The
The present Zionist position
World Jewish Congress opening
of forces at Gallipoli;
les s the government
replies to , j A mI mS in erg oafl ion arg ou n e s, loo nf d contin u ing action taken by the recent conven- mender
NEW YORK (WNS)—Impor-
Rabbi Joshua S. Sperka, chair- million.
of their
here on Aug. 8, it was announced
Sir Horace Rumbold, former
immediately.
[ion of the Central Conference of
by the secretariat. The temporary tent additions to scientific knowl-
man of the Jewish National Fund it Nearly
5,000 J e ws were sen . an "affront to peace" in Pales- American Rabbis in requesting ambassador to Poland and Ger-
agenda made public includes, for edge of the relation between bac-
Council of Detroit, announces the
many; and Reginald Coupland,
recognition for Jewish con
annual
appeal
for
the
Jewish
Na-
tenced
to
virtual
starvation
when
tine.
Let
s
stop
immigration
for
the opening session, an address teria and plant tumor as a pre-
professor of colonial history
Dr. Nahum Goldman review• liminary to a major discovery in
tional Fund for the redemption of the Nazi press made public two a year, atop buying dunams of tious objectors in time of war, was at Oxford.
the soil of Palestine will be con- new decrees designed to prohibit land. That would stop irritating explained by Rabbi Philip S. Bern-
ing the general Jewish situation; dealing with tumors in humans
a speech by Dr. Stephen S. Wise are expected to result from the
ducted in local synagogues on Jews from engaging in the wool our neighbors. And all would be stein of Rochester, N. Y., chairman
Monday evening and Tuesday and rag industries. At the same well. His advice, I fear, spells of the Committee on International ally. The memorandum also asks
on the German Jewish question; unique experiments undertaken
Peace of the Central Conference, that the Arab merchants be re-
a review of Jewish economic ptob- by Dr. Michael Levine of the
morning — Tisha b'Ab eve and time the police began arresting ignominious defeat in the worst who
is vacationing here,
leased from- further participation
scores of Jewish cattle dealers on possible way.
Isms by Jacob Lestchinsky; an& Montefiore Hospital laboratory
morning.
the
charge
that
they
were
cheat-
We
may
have
reached
an
i
Rabbi Bernstein said the resolu- in the strike. Rumors are re-
ins-
Rabbi
By growing tumors on
a discussion of Jewish relief by staff.
Committees will address con-
to be circulating among the
gregations gathered at traditional ing the peasants. Nazi law for- passe. But this has happened to tion adopted by the conference had
A. Efroyken., The Congress will plants and flowers Dr. Levine has
Tisha b'Ab services and will so- bids any discrimination against us before here and elsewhere. It been distorted by the press and Arabs that the general strike is
deal with problems affecting im- already discovered valuable in-
l- formation expected to lead to ma-
migration, the rebuilding of Pal-
licit funds to speed the work of Jews on purely economic grounds, is of the essence of our history. that, an a result, protests had been due to come to an next week.
and this excuse has been invoked If we be extreme in demarding received from Jews.
Street -Hawkers' Protest
escine and the organization of the jor developments in cancer re-
Palestine's redemption.
to eliminate the Jews from an- an
untrammel ed
immigration,
The position taken by the Cos-
In Jaffa street-hawkeri sent to
Congress. Opening sessions are search.
Tree-Planting Drive
If you suffer from sinus trouble
how much more extreme are the tral Conference has been the sub- High Commissioner Wauchope a
scheduled for Saturday evening,
As an answer to the vandalism other
U. S. field.
Protests Arrest of Ameri• Arabs in insistin g on its complete ject of adverse comment in the memorandum in which the gov-
Aug. 8. The Congress is expected or some car ailment you can
of the Arabs who are destroying
cm, for Insulting Streicher
cessation.
Jewish press.
to conclude its deliberations by blame it on your race, according
ernment was accused of indirect-
trees in Palestine, a campaign has
The American consul-general
400,000 Moved by Ideals
ly supporting the Arab general
to Dr. C. Pl
au S nyder of Phila-
Bernstein'. Statement •
Aug. 10.
been launched in this country
to in Berlin is endeavoring to oh-
Declaring
But can we stop as easily as
MAXIM LITVINOFF
, plant 100,000 trees.
--
delphia, who told the annual con-
Rabbi Bernstein's statement fol- strike.
The memorandum in-
lain
the
release
of
Ludwig
Hoff.
Mr.
Segal
would
want?
We
have
ows:
German Zionist Organ Opposes vention of the American Osteo•
forms the lligh Commissioner that
MOSCOW. — (WNS)—Maxim that "tree murderers shall not man, German-born naturalized expended some half billion dol-
"On June 26 certain New York the hawkers have now resolved
BERLIN (WNS) — Die Jue- pathic Society of Ophthalmology Litvinoff, Soviet Commissar of have the lust word," the Jewish
American citizen, who has been lars in developing a barren land. and Philadelphia newspapers car- to divide themselves into two
dische Rundschau, official organ and Otolaryngologs that the fre-
National Fund appeal states:
arrested in Nuremberg, capital of Its benefits flow, as they will no vied the report that the Central groups, one to carry on the sale
of the German Zionists, has come quency of sinus troubles in this Foreign Affairs, was given the Fellow JP WS.
Doundlexa contblenee In in unnhnk. Nazi anti-Semitism, for allegedly doubt continue to flow, to the Conference of American Rabbis in of merchandise, the other to pro-
out against the forthcoming World .country is often due to inter- Order
of U.
Lenin,
honor ri
the
S. S. the
R., highest
by the Soviet
o h e b e o d rhoboyd. ideals, session at Cape May had passed test the first against Arab ter-
bsi7oeC"it"i'Zi, 'ile. sa'sej s;,:nt '‘;``'.;::, insulting Julius Streicher, Ger-
Jewish Congress at Geneva. Em- marriage among various races. in
0 t 0 i,r0e00Arsaob ulsnem
e‘orywliere to the arts of wanton .1.• many's most notorious Jew-baiter. e 4 n
ig
kroee sotifilueetwioreeirpo
fre eel
om
n ucerfn
phasizing that the Congress is Showing that the ailment resulted Government and the Central intro,
stir exemption rori. Ritgainst whom the police
'Ion which took place In PAlentltn.
Executive Committee of the Com-
Hoffman,
who
was
arrested
on
by
terrific
pressure
of hunger, of
il ta
uriT ,itewrovIncee. tic ion.
give insufficient pro-
powerless to do more than issue from some form of nasal deform- munist Party on the occasion of
pro-
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(PLEASE TURN TO P 5GS St
by religious impulses, by specula- Li
protests, the Rundschau points ity, Dr. Snyder - said this deform- his 60th birthday.
-
Live
motives—all
of
them
com-
death
it
had
everything
right
but
out that neither the Jewish lead- ity ,is frequently traceable to
,
.
The Arab press reports that
bined—have come upon the land. the facts. The conference did not American Arabs have contribut.
ors nor the Zionists of Germany structural nasal differences be-
They have commenced to build pass such a resolution, nor would ed the sum of $2,640 toward the
tween various races.
will be represented.
the basis for a new, more pram-
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tical spirituality; have laid the

foundations for a revived, si n
inclusive,
inclusive, culture; have set in
an improved social jus-
tice. Have started the basis of
Each Home Room Has a Special Project; Weekly Assem- vast commercial
relations in the
Continue Drive for Relief of
bly Marked by Interesting Programs, With
entire Orient. All of these hold
Stricken Jewry in
out a promise of something so
Visiting Speakers and Entertainers
Poland
new and so vital that we must
Survey of Florist Supply Houses and Shops Reveals Large
Each home room in the Jewish which have already been presented sacrifice all we have in its de -
Quantities of German Goods Sold Here;
More prominent members of Community Center's Play School have been a talk by Lt. Johnson tense.
But we have been creating envy
Public Cautioned on Boycott
Detroit Jewry came to the sup- and Day Camp is a regular bee- of the Police Department on all about us. So have we been
of their stricken brethren in hive of activity these days. Each "Street Trades," one by Officer doing for some 20 centuries. We
HAVANA (WNS) — Jewish nation of an international com- D
Preo of the Police Department are inured to that. But does the
The League for Human Rights, ticks made in the United States
leaders here are at • loss to un- mitres to draft a formal proposal Poland during the past week with group is busy working on a pro. on safety,
y, together with the or- solution lie in
giving up what with offices at 807 David Stott or in countries other than Ger-
derstand what is behind the plan for submission t o th e Cuban gov- liberal contributions sent to Jo- ject which will be exhibited at ganization of a safety patrol.
Bldg., this week reported that a many."
we
have
achieved
by
ceasing
our
of Representative William Sirs- ernment in September, had an sept II. Ehrlich. treasurer of the Lhi
e :m end of the Play School zes•
Honor Heroin Memory
labors for ever no short a time? recent survey of florist supply
League's Activities
vich of New York to settle 100,- hour's audience with President
A Herz] memorial program was Conceding defeat? Letting the houses and florists' chops reveals
In a report on the League's
000 German Jews in an industrial GOMPE: ' After the audience Mr. American Committee Appeal in
One of the groups is making a held on Tuesday, July 14, at vessels rust in harbors where that large quantities of German activities,
Mrs. Schaflander point-
colony somewhere in Cuba. Their Sirovich issued an statement in charge of raising Detroit's $26,- children's park and playground, which time Philip Slomovitz, edi• suffering goes an apace? Goir.g
merchandise are being sold by ed out the following program of
mystification arises from the fact which he said that the Jewish 000 quota of the national $1,000,. stressing health and safety as- for of The Detroit Jewish Chron- on with arms folded, while those them.
work pursued during the past six
that Dr. Sirovich announced that colonization plan is to be taken coo fund.
pests. Another group is making isle, was the guest speaker, Ja m"; of our enemies are raised in corn-
The League for Human Rights, months:
President Miguel Mariano Gomez up by the Cuban cabinet. In his l M. L. Prentis, treasurer of • circus, including big tent and Van Vliet showed motion pictures
I bat?
Our tents down, while the organization through which "Investigations and surveys were
was greatly interested in the pro- statement M r . Sirovich said:
General Motors, Herman Osnos, side shows.
A relief map of of Palestine, and Mrs. Sol Q . 1theirs are pitched? We in the the boycott of German goods and made of types and amounts of
Hope to Settle 100,000
well known merchant; Max J. Palestine with airports and farms Kesler played the piano.
ject almost at the very moment
services is being conducted here, German merchandise in stores.
. open elide they in ambushs .
"There are a half million oCe Kogan, William F. Friedman, is being worked out by • group
that the Labor Department issued
During the past week, Dr. Ross!
cautions the public to carefully
Basis of Und
tiding
"Interviews
with
merchants,
a new ruling imposing strict curbs pressed Jews in Germany. We member of Detroit House of Cot- of the younger children. Navin of the W. J. Kennedy Diary gave . That way lies not the solution, examine containers when buying buyers,
heads of
departments,
ri
n
g
at
l
e
a
st
b
100,000
to
ors throughout Cti. hope toWi
rection Board; Madison Electric Field with all the players is the a talk and • demonstration on Mr. Segal. True enough 11 , you flowers and plants. It is pointed etc., asking for their co-operation,
ha. Since
the new ruling makes Cuba. th plenty of capital and Co., Greenberg Insurance Co., Joe project of still another home traffic rules and regulations, and ,ey ,"Israel is no warrior; no out that many of the white and and
n woe
that no further per-
it virtually impossible for aliens industrial e quipment it would E. Radner, Abraham Cooper, Mr. room, and Noah's Ark, containing Emil Zuckley, a cartoonist from bomb thrower; no machine gun- colored pottery figures with open- chases urging
of German merchandise be
to obtain jobs and gives the Labor really establish Cuba as an in- Malzberg, Mr. and Mrs. Lee wooden animals made by the chit- Hollywood, illustrated the art of ' nor." And yet if . there be no Ines for the placing of plants and made.
.
Department the ri ght t o forc e em . dustiest country, and unemploY- Gladstone, Dr. Perry P. Burn- dren, is slowly taking form.
cartooning.
, way to peace than by struggle, flowers come from Germany.
"Investigeti.n of all complaints
Assembly P rrrrr ms
During the next few weeks as , can we abandon what is neces- Many of the lace-paper bouquet
players to discharge alien workers ment and free Cuba from the stine, Theodore and Sol Levin,
and reports that German mercy.
native or naturalized onus of • one-crop country. It Dr.
Robert Rosen, Isenberg,
whenever
In addition to all of these se- part of the assembly programs, I nary in self defense? It will not holders and paper doilies used as andise is being sold in stores.
Cuban i s foun d w h o i s fitted for I wouldn't dash with the Present Purdy & Co. Albert Goldberg, tivities some of the groups are the W. P. A. Marionettes will per- I, help as to do it. We cannot avoid backgrounds for corsages are
Boycott Prepagaada
the Job, and provides that any i Cuban n ationalistic labor laws. Mrs. J. Friedberg, M. Korobkin studying the Morse code on a form, and a Tisha B'Ab service , meeting the enemy with the weep- German-made and are plainly
"A monthly bulletin is issued
job vacated by a foreigner must : which were enacted against un- and Louis Kaufman are among sending set, weaving baskets, sew- will be held. Lionel Fink will! ens he insists on. When war is marked "Made in Germany."
filled by a Cuban, Jewish leadd employment. The Jewish move- contributors who responded dur. ing, knitting and compiling • speak on "Jewish History in iroug
b
ht t to us to
t I
lay due,
down arm, s According to Mrs. Noefll the t t obi:joa enl i i tt ej ta e‘
s o ; well
L:ep h leo
l F
e tw
o n n in
ao ti u
on ens e i e n -
d not interf er ing a l ga wek.
a
book of poms
.
e
d short s toriechigan."
s
gee i ment to
Lech:rifle:der, secre
ring ho
tic movie
W
sde:e
ft Ln by rheas children them - MI The closing program, which will I means self extermination. That
c e J . Newton sent a fine ue-
l 'al woulZion is-
with the Cubestine
set lers
ers
are wondebe
could
admitted
refuith-
Is
t;
tary unneces- dicated t their interest Ls the boy-
no one must ask. Such choice,
"it
is
absolutely
l mint nor the Prussian Biro-Bidjan contribution with an eneoug-
out repeal of this ja.
w
be held on the last day of the made many times, failed us. His- sary for any florist to carry Ger- cot[ Bulletin contain, item, of
project. Some Jews do not wish ing letter to Treasurer Ehrlich,
Every week all of the home school, Aug. 14, will be an oper• tory records with greater tip man-made products. We have re- national interest
Congressman Sirovich, who has project.
-
as Iasit as news
gone to Los Angeles to confer! to try to enter Palestine at pre"- expressing his utisfaction with rooms are brought together in the etta in which about 20 children provel armed opposition to dare liable information that almost of and warnings against
Milne
with Louis B. Mayer, film mar- i ent bemuse of the Arabian the work done in Out deserving gymnasium for an assembly pro- will take part under the direction ietesse TURN en esngt every German-made product can items of German manufacture
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Zionist Organ of German
Jewry Is Opposed to
the Movement

JERUSALEM (WNS-Palcor Agency)--The instant death of
Anschel Kimchi, 21, Jewish laborer, who was shot by Arabs while
returning from work in a Jewish orange grove near Hedera, in-
creased the total number of Jewish victims of the disturbances to
48 as the disorders entered their fourth month of killings, bomb-
ings, arson and sabotage. An Arab religious teacher died of apo-
plexy while making an inflamatory speech against the Jews, during
the Friday services at the Mosque of Omar, where strong feeling's

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