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A merica !apish Periskral Cotter

CLIFTON AVENUE • CINCINNATI 20, OHIO

THE ONLY ANGLO•JEWISH - NEWSPAPER PRINTED

All Jewish News
All Jewish View:
WITHOUT BIAS



HE EMIT

4i

IN MICHIGAN

KRONICLE

TELEPHON2

CADILLAC
1-0-4-0

i

and THE LEGAL CHRONICLE

Vol. XXXVIII No. 12

DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1936

POLAND AIMING AT Fresh Air Camp Increases BIAS IS CHARGED
MASS EMIGRATION Its Popularity as Summer IN DROPPING JEWS
OF 1 1 000 1 000 JEWS Paradise for the Children FROM TRACK TEAM

Foreign Ministry Gives
Over-population, Lack of
Capital as Reason

Close to 1,000 Boys and Girls Derive Camping Benefits,
But Many More Deprived of Vacations Because
Hint at Political Intrigues
Facilities Are Lacking
of U. S. Coaches
in Berlin
T ESS than 50 miles from the Detroit Community Fund alio- r

City hall, near Brighton, cated the sum of $22,000 for the I

s
Mich., more than 200 Jewish boys
cam p's activi- GERMAN JEWS FORBID
and girls are grouped together in
MACCABEES'
MATCH
ties, but today
a single summer colony made pm-

the Community
Boycott of Jews is Upheld Bible by the Fresh Air Society
Fund
only gives Catholic Cardinal Leads in
with the aid of the Jewish Wel-
by the Supreme Court
fare Federation, the Detroit Com-
$2,000 to the
Fight on Anti-Semitism
of Danzig
munity Fund and a number of
camp which has
in Belgium
private donors.
as a result been
WARSAW, Poland. — Mass The Fresh Air Camp, today one
c o m polled to
emigration as the solution of Po- of the most important Jewish
BERLIN. (WNS)—Political in-
become a self- trigues and favoritism, if not anti-
land's Jewish problem is advo- community agencies, has assumed
cated by the Foreign Ministry in such wide popularity that for
s u staining Semitic prejudice on the part of
a statement issued by the official hundreds of children and their
agency. The re- the American Olympic coaches, are
agency Political Information.
suit in the view blamed for the fact that Sam Stol-
parents who desire to send them
The Jewish problem, it is ar-
of most people ler and Martin Glickman, the only
to camp during
gued, is one of economics and
who have made two Jewish members of the Ameri-
I the summer it
overpopulation. Poland is already ,
a study of the can Olympic track team, were not
is a source of
relatively overpopulated and ac-
new camp poli• permitted to run in the 400-meter
cording to even Jewish author-
I g r a v e disap-
cies is consid- relay event. The American 400-
ties 1,000,000 of the 3,000,000
pointment that
ered of great ) meter relay team of Jesse Owens,
Jews in the country have no pro-
significance in Ralph Metcalfe, Foy Draper and
. there aren't
spect of economically sound em-
; sufficient fecal-
that it provides , Frank Wykoff, equalled the world's
ployment.
camping f „ i ii . record for the event in the heat,
. ties to care for
y
Poland has not the capital to
1
more than a lit-
has for children but this did not prevent American
sports writers and fans from ex-
develop her industry and coin- .I:
tie over 200 at
middle-class pressing amazement at the am-
coerce adequately, it is declared,
a time during "Let the World of parents
who
Slide"
would otherwise ination of Stoller and Glickman.
and ere'gration is the only outlet
- every two-week
for her surplus population, es e•
tjtets, period of sum- be deprived of camp privileges. By The two Jewish boys had been
virtue of the fact that a number practicing with the relay men for
cially Jewish. As Palestine is not
-
mar camping.
able to absorb all the Jews that A visit to of paying children are admitted 10 days and were not told they
should emigrate from Poland, it or on a Hike Fresh Air Camp to camp, it becomes possible to would be dropped until just before
is argued, new undeveloped re- w i I I convince care for many more underprivi• the running of the event.
gions must be sought for the even the most calloused of the leged who would otherwise not be
Lawson Robertson, head track
emigrants. great benefits derived by the chil- cared for. As a result, close to coach, took full responsibility for
This is the second article on dren served during the 10 weeks 60 per cent of the campers are t the elimination of Stoller and
emigration within a fortnight pub- of summer camp life. Located on under-privileged children who are Glickman, who are the only mem-
lished by this official agency, a very beautiful spot in the midst provided with free camping facili- hers of the American team w•ho
which is taken as an indication of absolute privacy, the Fresh Air ties through the small sum con- did not compete in the Olympics.
that the Polish Government may Camp can truthfully compete with tributed by the Community Fund, Robertson said he picked the best
raise the question at the League some of the bdst private camps contributions from individuals, a team. Sports writers, 'however,
of Nations Assembly in Septem-
contribution for 30 scholarships pointed out that both Glickman and
ber. Jewish emigration will be
from the Couzens Fund and an- Stoller had beaten Draper in prac-
considered as part of a world-wide CAMP PHOTOS ON PAGE 5
other contribution from the fur- lice consistently. Owens offered to
resettlement plan in connection
niture dealers of Detroit. But ex- withdraw to give one of the Jewish
A set of interesting photo-
with the redistribution of colonies, graphs taken at the Fresh Air
cent for just a few individuals boys a place on the team, but he
it is believed.
who do the enrolling, neither was overruled.
Camp this week will be found
Blames "Politics"
Greenbaum Under Fire for Urg-
campers nor counsellors know
on page 5 of this issue.
S
Stoller
and Glickman were both
ing Miss. Immigration
which is a paid case and which
quick to deny that Robertson's ee-
Isaac Greenbaum, former mem-
Is a free camping case.
tion was motivated by anti-Jewish
ber of the Polish Sejm and now a n this part of the country for
History of Camp feeling. Glickman blamed "poli-
member of the Jewish Agency for beauty of camp layout, for ex-
The Fresh Air Society was or- tics," saying that the desire of I
Palestine, has become the butt of a cellence of camp prozram and for
ganized
32 years ago, when groups Dean Cromwell, University ofl
bitter attack by the entire Jewish the marvelous spirit which domi-
of public-spirited ladies took chil- Southern California track coach, I
press here because of his assertion notes the life of the camp.
dren
on
picnics. The first camp to give his Californians the best
that Jewry has no future in Po-
Source of Income
experiment started in 1909, when break, was responsible for the
land and must emigrate en masse.
There
was
a
time
before
the
a
furnished
home was rented at elimination of himself and Stoller.
Gruenbaum's remark has been
seized upon by the anti-Semitic depression when Fresh Air Camp Amherstberg, Ontario, where 60 I The event occurred on Stoller's
press as justification of its anti- served the needs of under-privi- women and children were cared twenty-first birthday, and he was
Jewish attacks. leged children. At that time, the for. In 1910 another house was so heart-broken he stayed away
rented on Lake St. Clair and 20 from the Olympic Stadium. Sti4ler
The Jannik Narodov, organ of
guests were provided for each said, "I don't think there Ives
the anti-Semitic extremists, said
week. In 1911 a group of public even the slightest question of pre-
sarcastically that the Palestinian
spirited
men and women provided judice involved, but it seems that
air had shown even Gruenbaum the
the funds for the purchase of the things were drawn pretty fine
truth. Gruenbaum meant to say
camp
site
four miles from Mt. when the coaches decided changes
that anti-Semitism is so deep-
Clemens, on Lake St. Clair. were needed to insure victory."
rooted in Poland that Jews simply
Since
1927,
the Fresh Air Camp Stoller is so broken up over his
cannot exist • hoe. The anti-
has been located on the present failure to compete that he intends
Semitic press, however, distorted
Auxiliary
High
Holy
Day
site, on Blaine Lake, near Brigh- to quit running altogether, al-
his words and interpreted them as
Observances are Planned ton. This camp was made pm- though he still has another year at
an endorsement of their demand
Bible by the generous gift of the the University of Michigan.
for Jewish mass emigration.
Again
55-acre tract of land by Mr. and That some elements in German
Mrs. Edwin M. Rosenthal. The Jewry have learned nothing from
Uphold Boycott of Jews
Congregation Shaarey Zedek construction of the buildings was the tragedy of Nazism in forbid-
DANZIG (WNS) --- Continu•
ing its defiance of the League of announces that High Holy Day financed by the United Jewish ding its branches to play soccer
matches with the Macabbee Sports
Nations, the Nazi-controlled goy- services will be held again this Charities.
Need for Expansion
Club because the latter is a Zionist
ernment of the Free City of Dan- year in the social hall of the Syna-
Additional
facilities,
a
few
more
body. The war veterans group is
zig has ruled that the anti-Jewish gogue, for non-members.
buildings, more equipment, would under assimilationist influence.
boycott is legal. The ruling was
An
able
rabbi
will
be
engaged
make
possible
an
increase
in
the
made by the Free City's supreme
Cathnlic Fight. Jew-Baiting
court in a decision resulting from to deliver the sermon and a number of campers to be cared for.
There is room for great service to
Jewish protests against the pub- qualified cantor will officiate.
BRUSSELS. (WNS) — Under
lic display of posters urging the
the underprivileged as well as the leadership of Cardinal Ernest
David S. Friedman is chairman those in very modest circumstancA Van Roey, head of the Catholic
boycott of Jews. The supreme

LEAGUE MAY DISCUSS
ISSUE IN SEPTEMBER

r

Per Year, $3,00; Per Copy, 10 Cents

Economic and Political Ruin of 5,000,000
Jews in Central and Eastern Europe Told
In Tragic World Jewish Congress Reports

Important Assembly of 291 Delegates From 32 Countries Hears Proposals For Creation
of Central Bureaus to Help Find New Immigration Possibilities and to Replace
"Old and Inadequate Philanthropic Machinery"

CHRISTIAN WORLD ACCUSED OF INDIFFERENCE BY RUMANIAN r.
DELEGATE; ITALY'S TREATMENT OF JEWS IS CALLED "NOBLE"

Judge Julian W. Mack of New York Paid Supreme Honor By Being Elected to Honorary
Presidency of World Congress; Five Communists From New York Refused
Seats As Delegates By Vote of 270 To 21 After Violent Debate

GENEVA (WNS-Palcor Agency) .—Five million Jews in Central and Eastern Europe
deprived of their legal rights, are economIcall y ruined, Jacob Lestchinsky, noted economist,
declared at the first business session of the World Jewish Congress, which heard leading
Jewish sociologists present a picture of misery and despair among great masses of Jews.
Plunging immediately into consideration of how to meet the political, economic and social
problems facing the Jewish people, the Congress was confronted with two proposals to al-
leviate the plight of those suffering from anti-Semitism or other causes particularly affect-
ing Jews.
The Congress was asked to establish under its aegis (1) a Central Bureau of Migra-
tion "for the maximum utilization of migration possibilities and the creation of new migration possibilities"; and

(2) a Central Bureau of Relief which, through a Central Jewish People's Fund, would aid those in need of phil-
anthropic assistance. "The old and inadequate philanthropy machinery of Jews must be replaced" was the keynote
of the speaker dealing with relief needs. In addition to Mr. Lestchinsky the speakers at the businesi session included
Dr. Aryeh Tartakower, prominent Polish economist and sociologist, and I. Yefroykin, president of the Federation
of Jewish Societies of France,
"I Poland, Rumania, Lithuania and Latvia," Mr. Lestchinsky charged, "a campaign of exclusion has re-
sulted in the ruination of two thirds of the Jews in trades and crafts. The Jewish intellectual is in a hopeless situa-

Con. The plight of the upper
' middle classes is catastrophic. The
youth is perishing in a new social
and cultural ghetto. In Poland and
Rumania 35 per cent of the Jews
require charity; in Lithuania and
Latvia, 25 per cent Twenty to 22
per cent of the remaining 400,000
Jews in Germany have been re-
Henry Wineman to Preside duced to charity and assisted fee
at Regional Conference
emigration. The Austrian AH0R-
Executive Conclave
tion is similar to that in Germany,
except that the expulsion is slower

Three More Jews Die as Palestine LEADERS MEET IN
Riots Enter the Seventeenth Week CLEVELAND SUNDAY

Report Arab Kings Ready to Mediate; FTarloausbt ire S ays
Arabs Desire to See Termination of
to Avoid Economic Disaster

JERUSALEM. (WNS - Palcor from wounds sustained during an
Henry Wineman, chairman of and less terroristic."
Agency) — Three more Jews, Arab attack a week before,
the governing board of the Jew- 200,000 Must Emigrate Annually
As a result of these conditions
n d bombings
in vnri
As
bringing the total of Jewish fatal- It i nA
siartispinogf con-
ouasndpa
it Is necessary for 200,000 Jews to
ities to 54, were dead as the
Ries
woausntkri rl
B
atT i sip 8 L
e r a g n eC n en tC w
o %It
migrate annually, and 120,000 of
Palestine- disorderse-entered their i e
ed
these must go from Poland, Dr.
17th week. Reuben Levy, 27, was ed in an explosion in a trap along
Tartakower told the Congress,
shot from ambush near the Ha- the water pipeline to Jerusalem
pointing
out that current immigra-
tikvah quarter on the Tel Aviv- on the Jaffa highway, where they
tion restrictions had cut Jewish
Jaffa border. Ascher Rosenfeld, were doing repair Work. Twenty-
entries 60,000 annually. "The ex-
22, was shot by Arabs as he was seven Arab casualties, most of
isting agencies," he said, "are un-
guarding a Jewish grove in Ness them fatal, resulted from an en-
equipped to handle this problem.
Ziona. Joseph Kaleb, 24, died gagement between Arabs and
They have neglected the fight
British troops at Shammalia,
against restrictions and also the
north of Nablus. One British offi-
creation
of new migration possibili-
cer was slightly wounded.
ties."' Such new possibilities must
Kings Ready to Mediate
not conipete with the upbuilding of
The three major Arabic rulers,
the Palestine homeland, he em-
Ibn Saud of Arabia, King Chest
phasized.
of Iraq and the Imam Yehia of
I. Yefroykin then described the
Yemen, are ready to offer their
need for a new approach to Jewish
Refugees Join in Attack on services as mediators in the dis-
relief needs. The Congress "must
turbed Palestine situation, accord-
formulate a policy of philanthropy
Headquarters of the
ing to rumors circulated here.
to replace the old and inadequate
Fascist Rebels
The sovereigns of nearby Arab
machinery that has proved itself
territories have been appealed to
unequipped to meet the present
BARCELONA (WNS) — Nazi for aid by local Arab leaders ever
conditions," he said, and proposed
since the revolt against British
"the creation of a Central Bureau
propagandists working through
policy in Palestine started on Ap-
court said bluntly that the protest of the committee in charge and is in an enlargement of the present Church in Belgium. there has been
of Relief under the World Jewish
schools, athletic organizations and ril 19, but this is the first time
was illegal because the boycott assisted by Rabbi A. M. Hersh- camp facilities.
HENRY
WINEMAN
Congress to collect and document
organized here a non-partisan com-
was in harmony with the Nazi man, Aaron J. Blumenan, Irwin I.
Under the leadership of Irwin mittee which issued a public maul- labor bodies were active in 27 that any indication has been given
relief material, create an economic
that
they
are
sufficiently
inter-
ish
Welfare
Federation
of
Detroit,
cities
of
Spain
and
were
in
close
party's program. The Jewish corn- Cohn, Herman P. Cohen, Abie Gor• Shaw, camp director, and Miss fonts to Catholics warning them
and statistical relief service, dem-
Ehrenpries, assistant against anti-Semitsm. The com- touch with the Fascist rebels, it ested in the Palestine problem to will preside at a joint meeting of ocratize the relief organizations in
munity had lodged a protest with don, Robert Loewenberg a n d Rebecca
Philip L. Rosenthal.
camp director, a group of able mittee plans to undertake an or- is charged by La Publicitat, organ join in an attempt at a solution.
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(PI CARE Tuns
Pt( in 5.
the League of Nations.
counsellors are in charge of activ- ganized campaign of propaganda of the Catalan government, in re- The Arab sovereigns are re-
ities on the waterfront, in hand- among Catholics to counteract the porting the seizure of the head- ported to be ready to make a
craft and woodwork, in dramatic
(PLEASE( runts TO tare paws) public appeal for the cessation of
(PLEASE TURN TO PAGE Si
and athletic activities.
the campaign of terror and the
The daily schedule at camp be-
general strike, after which they
gins with r ising execiss
r e at 7:15
will mediate between the Pales-
which are followed by flag rais-
tine Arabs and the British gov-
ing, breakfast, dormitory clean-
ernment. The Arab Higher Corn-
up. Camp activities continue for
mittee, which has directed the
President Emphasizes Jewish "Right" to Colonize Home-E a period of three hours until the
general strike, is said to have Explains Origin of Arab Population, Declares the British
.
noon
- day meal. A varied program
-
enquired
of the three kings what
Have Not Fulfilled Obligations Embodied
land in an Expression of Interest in
is pursued which is concluded by
guarantees they would offer for
in Balfour Declaration
Rebuilding Activities
swimming preceding dinner. All
the fulfillment after the restora-

the boys and girls, regardless of
tion of order of the three prin
Jacob de Haas, eminent Jewish journalist, co-worker of Dr.
NEW YORK — The "right" of I am persuaded, an interest which age, are compelled to rest for an
cipal demands: stoppage of Jew-
the Jewish people to settle in Pal- is shared by all who recognize hour until activities are resumed
ish immigration, ban on land sales Theodor Herd whose two-volume biography he. wrote several year.
ago;
friend and biographer of Justice Louis D. Brandeis, is the author
estine is supported by Presidentthat every people has the in- at 2 p. m. for another four hours
to Jews and the establishment of
of • reply to • letter by William T. Ellis of Swarthmore, Pa., attack•
I
Roosevelt in a letter addressed to
alienable right to lif e , liberty prior to flag lowering and the
• national Arab government.
ing
Jewish
claims in Palestine which appeared in the New York
the United Palestine Appeal in 1 and the pursuit of happiness. serving of supper. Until taps are
Trouble in Haifa
Times on Aug. 5. Mr. de Haas's reply, published in the Times of
connection with the forthcoming It is a souse at renewed hope
tpLEASE -rues ro LAST PAGE)
Meanwhile,
the
focus
of
atten-
Sunday,
Aug.
9, follows:
publication by that organization and courage, that by intern ■ •
tin in Palestine centered on Hai-
of its "Year Book for 1936" to banalaccord and by the moral
Mr. William T. Ellis letter on Palestinians. Except for a few
fa
as,
in
response
to
an
intensive
review Jewish aims and achieve- support of the peoples of the
terrorist campaign among the Palestinian problems, calling at- families which claim descent from
1
meets in the reconstruction of the world, men and women of Jew-
harbor employes, Arab workers tention "to two major consider- Saladin's soldiers the pre-World
Holy Land.
ish faith have • right tare-
began to join the general strike ations of fact that are beyond de- War stock shared Egyptian,
The "United Palestine Ap- settle the land where their faith
movement from which they had bate," makes interesting reading. Greek, Nubian, Ethiopian, Syrian
peal Year Book for 1936,"
was born and from which much
abstained during the past three The first of his finalities is that —itself a mixture—Turkish. Let-
designed to aid the $3,500,000 of our modern civilization has
months. Many of the workers the Arabic speaking people of in. Kurdish, Tartar, Armenian,
drive for the settlement of Jews emanated."
Believes Concession in Pal-
failed to report for duty and ' Palestine are descendants of "the Persian, Indian, and Saudi Arab-
in Palestine, will appear on Oct.
Further support for the publi-
ating
Will
Make
Peace
others did not go to their posts, mixed race whom the Old Testa- ian blood. The "pure race" theory
e
28 for national distribution on the cation of the Palestine Annual
as pressure on them and their ; ment calls Canaanites." The "sec- has no historic application to the
Possible
occasion of "Night of Stars", a was voiced in a letter made pub-
families became more vigorousd and major consideration" is the Near East. Not one of the Ab-
theatrical program to be present- lic from Governor Herbert H.
Negotiations are now proceeding meaning of the Balfour Declare- beside Caliphs was unadulterated
ed at Madison Square Garden by Lehman of New York, who wrote Dr. Shmarya Kleiman this week
between the Jewish represents- lion.
Arab, and they confined their lives
the amusement industries as their to Harold A. Jacobi:
Ellis is correct in assuming to a narrow area in Bagdad. Mts.-
I PLEASE Tilt ,: To PAGE 1)
contribution to the reconstruction
"I am pleased to learn of your , made the following statement to
that
the
majority
of
the
Pales-
cegenation
has been popular with
fund. The committee sponsoring decision to publish a yearbook for I The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, ex-
! tinier' population is Arab-speak- all polygamous peoples.
Some
the book is headed by Harold wide-spread distribution contain- Pressing his belief that Jewish
ing,
but
not
Arab.
But
he
is
in
small
peamint
groups in Palestine
Jacobi as chairman and Grover A. ing important historical and eta• leaders should submit to a pro-.
error in assuming that they are have been insular in their alli-
Whalen as honorary chairman, tistical material regarding the up-
of Canaanite origin That myth ances, but the odds are that the
end includes leading Jewish and building of the Jewish homeland gram
of temporary
cessation
of
immigration
as a way
out of the
was started around 1875 by M. traces of the stocks cited are far
Christian business executives and in Palestine. Such a volume
Congregation Shurey Zedek is Clermont Ganneau,. -ho was ex- more dominant in them than any
communal leaders throughout the be of inestimable value in widen- Present troubles in Palestine: ..
Among Contributors to
ceptionally
archeologa.h but a very type of pre-Crusading blood. The
I am not a Zionist. The ideology
ing the circle of enlightened men
nation.
Local Appeal
poor historian. If any human ale- power of Palestine to absorb elem.
In his letter. addressed to and women possessing a broad un- of Zionism never appealed to me,
ment in the Mediterranean basin eats into its own traditions has
Grover A. Whalen, for the United derstanding of the heroism and Palestine was, is, and in my opin-
Congregation S h a are y Zedek has a larger percentage of Ca- impressed all observers, but not
Palestine Appeal, President courage of the Jewish pioneers ion, will always be just another
joined the roll of contributors to naanite blood than another — it a few of these traditions have
and the social and cultural slain- land where Jews have a right to
Roosevelt gays:
the fund for the relief of parse- has been unreplenished from the been "restorations" brought about
"we need from time to time ficance of the renaissance of the live and fight for a better life. But,
curd Jews in Poland when Presi- original source in three thousand by archeologists, Biblical scholars
to renew our faith in those eter• Jewish people in Palestine. , the place which Palestine occupies
dent M. Zackheim presented the five hundred years, and must be and monis
"I have long been in thorough in the minds and hearts of the
nal verities which are and which
Tlie Balfeer Declarative
congregation's check to Henry M. very thin—it is the Moors. or
sympathy with the economic and Jews is such an important one that
must forever remain the bases
Abramovits, chairman of the local what is left of them in French As to the Balfour Declaration
of human betterment. First spiritual development of Pales- even a non-Zionist cannot pass it
me, as one of the emend-
committee
of
the
American
Corn-
Morocco.
Of
the
present
Arab
permit
amon g these is the common ■ s• tine. It Is of greatest significance with total indifference, There is no
mittee Appeal. Population in Palestine about 20 srs of the final draft, to *my that
pir•tion of mankind to seek today because it promises to up- doubt that Zionism played a tre-
Members
of
Shaarey
Zedek
re-
per
cent
are
immigrants
since
if
in
October,
1P17. we Zior i•sts
communion with the Great hold and fortify civilization in its mendous part in the , national
sponded generously throughout the 1919. They are more truly Arabs in the United State. had doubt.. 1
Ruler of Human Destiny and faith in the ancient ideals of I awakening of the Jewish masses
campaign
and
have
furnished
the
than
the
older
stock
which
to
a
the
meaning
of
Jewish National
next is the love of the home- justice, tolerance and charity at' and in spite of the reactionary al-
His workshop and home are in one room. Ninety per cent of the largest group of individual con- considerable extent is the product Home, or questioned the tood
land, which is a natural aspir ► • a time when the rest of the world liances of the Zionist groups in
tributors
of
any
congregation
or
so-
of
the
Egyptian
colonization
in-
faith
of
the
British.
we could lave
tion of our devotion to family is morally and spiritually de-' Europe, it was a progressive move- Jewish workmen in Poland live and work under sack condition. as ciety. Some of the most ardent troduced by Ibrahim Pasha in substituted for the ambigua.'
1 ment at times. The question now is these whose home Irma May is visiting. Without the help of the
preaaed.
life.
phrase
Jewish
State.
President
"Please convey to your corn- Ihowever
not Zionism, not even Pal- American J. D. C. these . Jens would not be able to survive. Miss and effective workers in the drive , 1830.40.
,
"The interest which I have
Sufficient research, the material Woodrow Wilson had the last
are members of this congregation,
had and have frequently maul- mittee my test wishes for the suc- estine, but the Jews In Palestine; May s description of t • misery of the Jews in Pol and I '
riv•er irri:v r mane
Tested in this rebuilding of the (eras of the United Palestine Ap- and the situation of the Jews in in the article "They Live is Cellars" no the editorial pass of this including the treasurer, Joseph H.,Is not lacking, would establish
OM:MT% EDITORIAL I
the wholly mixed origins of the
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131111).
1
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ancient Jewish homeland is, I peal Year Book for 1936."

SPECIAL. SERVICES
AT SHAAREY ZEDEK

I

Roosevelt Voices Support of
Jewry's Palestine Settlement

\

BARCELONA'S JEWS
IN RAID ON NAZIS

Jacob De Haas Replies to Attack

A TYPICAL JEWISH ARTISAN IN POLAND

On Claims of Jewry in Palestine

STOP IMMIGRATION
KLEIMAN ADVISES

Additional Gifts
For Polish Relief

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