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April 23, 1937

7fini)ErRordoisneiRONIC111

I CHAT 0' BOOKS Anti-Nazi Film at
Jewish Literary News and Notes
Downtown Theater

By DAVID MANN

---
(Copyright. 1937, 8. A. F. S

WAR AND PEACE

• Catering to Luncheons,
Bridge Parties, etc.

BOESKY'S

ON 12th STREET

12th & Hazelwood

At least seven of Isobel Lillian
Steele's intimates in Berlin's gay
social net were executed—two of
the women beheaded, and five men,
probably shot—as traitors and
t aLiesiier do s w
maThi s issaxS e tete i ir
l eoue gsic i apd
the
intervention of the American State
Department, sent into action on
Miss Steele's behalf by Senator
William E. Borah of Idaho, is
frankly and truthfully depicted in
Isobel Lillian Steele's own story,
"1 Was a Captive of Nazi Ger-
many." which is the current attrac-
tion at the Downtown Theater,
opposite Hotel Tuller.
The women who were beheaded
were the Baroness. Benita von
Falkenhayn and Frau Renat von
Natzmer for divulging German
political and military secrets to a
reputed Polish spy. Germans who
are outspoken against the Nazi
dictatorship claim the reason Sos-
nowski, the chief of the spy ring,
was freed and not beheaded, was
that the Nazi regime was afraid
of reprisals from a neighboring
state.

What the highly organized
peace movement has long needed,
a practical textbook on the prob-
lems of war and peace for the
layman, has at last come to hand
on the 20th anniversary of Amer
ice's entrance into the World War,
"The Quest for Peace," by Abra:
ham Cronbach (Sinai Press) is
such a work. In less than 200
pages it compresses a study of the
cost of war, its moral degradation
and futility, war atrocities, war
causes and remedies for it, peace
proposals and an outline of Jewish
peace ideals. In a special supple-
ment there are furnished questions
and projects for debate and dis-
cussion, footnotes and biblography.
There may be other books of this
kind in existence but this one is
eminently worth reading a n d
studying , . . "Lullaby of Guns"
by Arthur J. Kirshtein (Published
by the author) is a narrativve of
the writer's personal experience as
a boy on the Eastern front during
the World \Var. The suffering and
Mr.. S. Peel of Cincinnati le the truest
or her children, Mr. and Mr. Louts
horror of the non-combatant dur- Levine.
ing war is well-told in this eye-
Edward 1.1chtig Is spending a few
witness account by one who lived
In Detroit with his children, Mr.
through the invasions and counter- day.
and Mrs. David Lichtlg.
invasions that made life in Eastern -
After an absence of several month.
Poland a hell for four years /.
C. J. Levy has returned to his ho me
That American youth is
a pt to In this city. Ills niece, Mira Dorothy
Stern of Jackson, Mich., will be his
the dangers of war and
ined guest
here for an Indefinite stay.
to prevent it by mill t
action
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Friedman left on
now is the keynote of "War Our Tuesday
for Detroit where they will
Heritage" by Joseph P. Lash' and xi,. a few days.
James A. Wechsler ( International
Mr. and Mrs. George Kahn of Auburn
Publishers), a breezy and in- entertained a group of friends at their
formative exposure of the forces home last Sunday evening.
making for war in the universities
Mrs. J. C. Hirschfiel d is spending a
and an outline of how youth pro- few days in Detroit.
poses to combat these forces. To
1511. Rode Rosenberg, who has been
understand what the younger gen- the guest of her Mater, Mrs. H. F.
Anthony, left on Wednesday for her
eration is thinking and doing about home
In Detroit.
the crucial issue of war this little
A H . Jaroy
os to to
s
book must be read.
guest. et . a dessert bridge on Tuesday

Sag 4ittg Notts

HITLER

Imprisons
INNOCENT JEWS 1!

HITLER Crazy With
Power BEHEADS Innocent

WOMEN!.

NOW SHOWING

AN AMAZING STORYI
A TSUTNFUL AND
DRAMATIC DICTUM

ALREADY
CONCERNED
WITHOUT
TRIAL AND
WITHOUT
A CHANCE
TO DEFEND
HERSELF!

STAGE AND SCREEN

Week's Attractions
at Center Theater

The Center Theater, located on
Woodward near the Boulevard,
offers an interested screen double
header in Edna Ferber's novel,
"Come and Get it" with Edward
Arnold, Joel McCrea and Frances
Farmer together with "Sing Me
a Love Song" starring James Mel-
ton, Patricia Ellis and Ilugh Her-
bert on Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, April 23, 24 and 25.
AS a result of popular requests,
the all-color "The Trail of the
Lonesome Pine" is returning for a
brief engagement from Monday
through Thursday, April 26, 27,
28 and 29. The film features Sylvia
Sidney, Fred MacMurray, Henry
Fonda and Spanky McFarland. On
the same bill will be shown James
Gleason, Zasu Pitts and Louise
Latimer in "The Plot Thickens."
"Come and Get It'," is a story
worthy of Miss Ferber's abilities,
It depicts from childhood little
ambitious Barney Glasgow as a
chore boy on a lumber camp, his
gradual rise to power and this
thirst for even more. How well his
thirst was quenched both in love
and business is shown in a dra-
matic and fascinating manner,

Downtown Theaters

AT THE POWATAN

GRACIE MORGAN, sophisti-
cated chanteuse, appears this
week on the program of the
Powatan.

ELEVEN

■ raVil ■ R

ARTEFF PLAYERS
HERE ON MAY 2

ORDERS EXECUTED IN ALL MARKETS

DAVID COOPER

The famous Arta! Players of
New York are coming to Detroit
for two performances of the great
Broadway success, "200,000", on
Sunday matinee and evening, May
2, at the Wilson Theater. This
comedy in three acts by Sholem
Aleichem has been widely ac-
claimed during its three year's run
on Broadway in New York.
Tickets are now procurable in
the candy store located next to
Littman's People's Theater or by
calling Trinity 2-9396; from the
office of Metz Foreign Exchange,
0123 Oakland or from Longfellow
9899 or at the box office of the
Wilson Theater before the per-
formance. The local managers who
are directing the presentation of
this comedy are A. Littman and
II. Weinberg.

Revelry by Night

MAYFIELD
Gracie and Charlie Herbert,
singing duet, are being held for
the fourth gals week by Manager
Ted Lipsitz. Jack Russell continues
as master of ceremonies and han-
dles the show in his usual suave
manner. Two new acts are allow-
ing Paulen and Volpuri, expo-
nents of the modern dance doing
numbers from taps to Rhumba.
The Chessen Twins Join the show
this week with a number of dance
routines and including in their dis-
play a unique boxing number. Carl
Spaeth's band plays for dancing
and does a number of specialty
numbers at each show. •

PLANTATION
Joe Johnson crowns King Swing
in the new "Coronation in Swing"
show opening at Club Plantation
this week-end. Three darktown
dancing demons are Dink, Blink
and Dink, fast time tappers, late
of New York's Paradise Club. Ross
and McClain with an ace adagio
act come from Philadelphia.
Continuing are Marcia Marquez,
Spain's swing stylist; Strange-
men, unusual comic; Desoree Alex-
ander, star sepia song and dance
girl and Ted Lewis, crooner. Earl
Walter's orchestra plays for danc-
ing.

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in

EDWARD ARNOLD

In

`Come and Get It'

PLUS

r tun. MELTON

l'AlltICIA ELLIS
In

"The Trail of the
Lonesome Pine"

"SING ME A
LOVE SONG", The Plot Thickens

LI 8

FOX—Walter Winchell and Ben Proceeds of Dirk Woodwind
AIR. CONDITIONED • • MIR RoPmomic SOUND
Bernie carry their famous "feud
Quintet Concert for Sym-
for fun" right onto the screen in
OPEN II
'TIL 1:o0 Al SC
.
phony
Orchestra
"Wake Up and Live" one of the
moat eye-filling, car-tingling mu-
sicals of the year, now on the
The first public appearance in
A1110•111 ■ 1/
screen at the Fox Theater. The Detroit of the newly-formed Dirk
Fox stage show brings back a De- Woodwind Quintet will take place

troit favorite, versatile Benny at 8:30 p. m., Thursday, May 13,
Madison •t Brush
Meroff and his new orchestra, in- when the ensemble will play an
Telephone Cherry 2110
troducing a sensational new brand entire program of first perform-
THEATER
of swing, called "Jibe Music",
ances at the Detroit Institute of
Arts.
FOR TWO PERFORMANCES ONLY

While
the
concert
is
to
be
spon-
DOWNTOWN—"I Was a Cap-
Sunday Matinee CS Evening, May 2
tive of Nazi Germany" is the pic- sored by the Detroit Conservatory
Edwin Relkin and Sigmund Weintraub Present
turization of Isobel Steele's ex- of Music, net proceeds will be
FROM PALESTINE TO
for the benefit of the Temple Sisterhood. , perience in a German prison camp given to the maintenance fund of
GERMANY
where she was incarcerated on the Detroit Smyphony Orchestra.
in
So much has been written about
charges of treason and later freed The annual drive in the interest
modern Palestine that another
through the intervention of Sen. of the symphony is scheduled to
begin
May 17.
book on the subject seems like
William Borah and U. S. State
Members of the Dirk Woodwind
carrying coals to Newcastle. Yet Honoring Mrs. George Richman, a Department.
recent bride, who before her marriage
Quintet are Lare Wardrop, foun-
"Palestine at the Crossroads" by wee
,
Miss Sylvia Rapaport. Mrs. B. Wy-

der and oboe player; Joseph Mil-
Ladislas Farago (G, P. Putnam's man and Mrs. W. Present were joint
TEN-FORTY
A Comedy In 3 Act• — By 111101,031 ALEICHEM
ADAMS—"Girl Overboard" pre- ler, flute; George Dayton, clarinet;
at • dessert bridge and linen
Sons) will repay reading even by hostesses
Nan Blakstone, Broadway mu-
shower at the former'. home, for 36 tents Charlotte Wyntera as the
A YIDDISH STAGE PLAY—NOT A MOVIE
Andrew Luck, bassoon and Fran-
the most well-informed student of guests, on Wednesday.
Produced by 111000 SCHNEIDER
heroine with Walter Pidgeon as cis Hellstein, French horn. Russell sical comedy star, opens a limited
Palestine affairs. A gifted reporter
TICHEYSI Mist. Kist to Si, lax tales; Eves. 60e to 61.60, tee eaten.
engagement at Club Ten-Forty this
Ure. J. Kovineky. Mrs. S. Birokrant the helpful male. Together they
and observer who can uncover and Mrs. Harold Goldberg were Joint
Wood, pianist, will assist at the week. Past mistress of double-
ON SALE AY—Littman .. Confectionery, loth at gew•n1. T. 2-9396:
frustrate
the
too
obvious
attentions
at the Fox and Hounds, on
Meta'. Foreign ',hence, SISN Oakland, lansfellea Min{ Also at ,futon
facts and present them objectively, hostesses
concert. All six men are promi- dealing ballad singing, she comes
Friday, April 15, for • luncheon-linen of a wealthy gown shop proprietor,
Theater Iloit
Elltronn sod Barry ITeinherg, local manager.
Farago has written of Palestine shower for 46 ssueets, honoring Sir. later murdered on an ocean liner, nent among the city's professional directly from a show stopping en-
Direct from it Thr•e•lear run on Bro•dway
Walker, w o before her marriage
musicians.
at the height of the 1936 disturb- Gerald
gagement at Montreal's swank

on March 6 was Miss CI. Solomon.
At 3 p. m. Sunday, April 25,
ances with such a wealth of in-
MICHIGAN—A giant combine: the quintet will be heard over Ra- Esquire Club. Witty Rudy Bae
Norman Buckner left by plane on l
formation about both Jews and
sings and steers a fast moving,
April 20. for a three wee.' tion screen and stage show is now dio Station WXYZ in a premiere
Arabs that his book becomes the Tuesday,
business, trip to California.
at the Michigan Theater, bringing performance of selections from star studded show including Alex-
only objective study of the situa-
ander
and Swanson, concluding
Jean
Ilarlow
and
Robert
Taylor
in
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein have
Gilbert Bea ume's Suite for Wind their pre-London engagement,while
tion we know. It is essentially a returned
to their home from • three their current romantic success
Beaume is one of Maybelle Van's Adorables go buc-
book of facts, oodles of them, pre- months' vied In California.
"Personal Property" to the screen Instruments.
the 'cellists with the Detroit Sym- caneer and ballet with a swing.
sented in the manner of a fas-
For his merman on Friday evening. for one week, while on the stage is
cinating travel story . . Young Rabbi Friedland reviewed the book ''The a star packed harmony revue in phony.
Billy Lankin improvises at the
Bride!
Canopy,"
and
at
the
Federation
Lord Melchett has long been rec- of Women'• Clubs Monday afternoon. the world premiere performance of
tom-thumb piano during Max Fid-
ognized as one of the promising Rabbi Friedlend reviewed the book "On the Levee" featuring the Les- Gunzburg's Students Win ler's dance intermissions.
figures in Jewish life. He fully "Mainland" by Gilbert Beide.
ter Cole Singers, the 16 Southern
National Awards
justifies this promise in "Thy
SAKS CAFE
Mr. nd Mrs. J. Kevin/sky are Spend - Belles, Vic Hyde; Beatrice Hagen
Neighbor" (H. C. Kinsey & Co.), ing a few day. in Albany, N. Y., as the and Conway & Parks.
Buddy Lester, M. C., is currently
aura,. of their daughter, Mrs. Oscar
Dr. Mark Gunzburg was notified wowing
a survey of Jewish persecution Brenner.
the customers with a four

by the Trinity College in London
throughout the ages and a descrip-
UNITED ARTISTS — Wallace that his two students, Benjamin baton caricature of orchestra lead-
tion of the rise and progress of
Beery, Una Merkel, Eric Linden, Fogel and Esther Sorsa, won the er Stokowski while an entirely new
Zionism. Born a Christian but re-
Ted Healy and Betty Furness in. national awards for being the best show goes merrily forward. Head-
converted to the faith of his
"The Good Old Soak" is now at candidates in U. S. A. at the ex- lining the newcomers is Bebe Sher-
fathers, Lord Melchett is a mili-
ero of Duf.
falo: the United Artists Theater, A role I aminations held in May, 1936, in man, pint size Sophie Tucker,
tant Zionist who believes that in N tIortowril lUriain. :cahlitznegm
whose blues warbling is delighting
tailored to measure for Wallace

COCUAlt
Palestine lies the solution of the lee Dn Saturday morning, "'PA! rItyl. Beery is that of "the old soak"
while Jackson and Nedra, top spe-
BRINE
Rabbi mi,o.s‘h.uies 17.er ks.No w illLopn rgestzh an
Benjamin Fogel passed the ex- cialty
Jewish problem. And in this
tap dancers, share show
himself.
OPEN
amination in the higher local divi- honors with Keeler and Burns,
trenchant book he tells why, with Janine('ongr,. on:

The
Junior
Congregation
will
hold
Its
OAll)
sion, skipping one grade on dancing sister team, featuring hula
force, conviction and an amazing regular services In the chapel with Erwin
STATE—"The King and the
3 P m
command of facts ... Most politi- Gobi, Abe Cohen and Debby Seltzer Chorus Girl", timely romantic May 31, 1937.
and
modernistic
numbers,
Eddie
Last year another student of Bratton's orchestra swings for
cal observers expect the next war officiating.
comedy with music by Grouch°
Club,
1745
to be a struggle between Nazi Men'.
The Men'e Club of Congregation Dual Marx, with the new French ear Dr. Mark Gunzburg won the na- dancing and Flornece Strong sings
Germany and Communist Russia, David will hold Rs regular meeting on Bernard Gravet, co-featured with tional award of Trinity College. for well-deserved plaudits.
Thursday. April 32 Participation In
At
the
state
contests
of
the
Fed-
In "Hitler Over Russia," by Ernst Allied Jewish Campaign is planned. use Joan Blondell and Edward Everett
Henri (Simon & Schuster) an in- Gorelick, ex-president, woe elected as • Horton has continued its downtown eration of Women Clubs it was also
WEBSTER HALL
delegate to the Jewish Community
a student of Dr. Mark Gunzburg,
formed student of European poli- Council.
first run and is now at the State Miss Dorothy Green, who won the The familiar and well remembered
tics lifts the curtain and shows
Theater, together with Guy Kib- first place in the student artists strains of Bob Chester's popular
us how the Third Reich is laying
bee and Una Merkel in "Don't Tell division. This contest was held on orchestra will replace Les Arquette
the groundwork for the invasion HIGHLIGHTS IN THE
the Wife."
April 6, 1937, at the Detroit Mu- at Webster Hall this week. Chester
of Russia by building up two blocs MOVIE NEWS
arrives here from extended en-
Wedding bells rang last Sunday
seum of Arts.
of Fascist states, one in Central
gagements at Chicago's Edgewater
and South Eastern Europe and for Sara Compinsky, 'noted Holly- Deputy Commissioner of La-
Beach Hotel and other mid-western
wood
violinist
and
member
of
the
the other in the Baltic States. The
bor Addresses Altman's
Fannie
Brice
Favors
top night spots. Madelon Baker,
Compinsky Trio. She and Fred
anti-Semitic propaganda in Hu
Jewish Radio Hour
Alfred J. Ruby Store titian-topped song romanticist,
Rosenbaum,
New
York
and
Los
gary, Rumania, Austria and els
her
takes the departing Bee Sarche's
OPENING TOMORROWl• famous
• • pitching
where in the East is the wedge t Angeles attorney, were united in
lyrics ...
The Compensation Division of Fannie Brice, America's foremost place in the spotlight while Slim
pave the way for Nazi politica a ceremony performed at Sinai the Department of Labor and In- lady of stage, screen and radio, Branch, comedy vocalist, and Lynn
fast
double
plays
on
intimate
maidenly
mod-
domination. Similar propaganda Temple. Guests included John dustry of the State of Michigan now in Detroit with the Ziegfield Cole share masculine singing
esty . retires your sides all Detroit
In the North is setting the stage Barrymore, Count end Countess and its workings was outlined in Follies, took advantage of her honors.
will be umpiring this classic!
for the Nazi scheme of encircling Andres de Segurola, Anita Louise, an address by Deputy Commis- visit here to buy her spring and
the Soviets. A fact-packed book of Dr. Otto Klemperer, Elissa Landi, sioner Frederick G. Palliaer, on summer shoes in Detroit. And the
POWATAN
contemporary history, this warn- Lionel Stander and other notable Hyman Altman's Jewish Charity favored store was Alfred J. Ruby,
Bob King, ventriloquist, has one
ing of coming events is sensational figures in the world of music, art, Hour over Station WMBC last Inc., 1526 Washington Blvd. ....
motion
pictures
and
society
in
Hol-
of
the
most
amazing acts in night
in its disclosures and alarming in
Sunday.
lywood.
club work. Blindfolded, King, pas-
its Implications.
1040 WAYNE ST.
CL. 3100
After explaining the functions Edgewater Park to Open ses among the tables, and the dum-
Appointment as guardian for
nine-year-old Sybil Jason, screen of this division, Mr. Palliaer con-
my describes coins, clothing etc.
This -Saturday, April 24
actress, was asked in a petition cluded by saying:
Ruth Denning sings popular num-
filed by her uncle, Harry Jacobson,
"Many cases include an array
Edgewater Park, Detroit's gay- bers; Will Henderson's Glee Club
in the Superior Court of Los An- of medical and legal talent on est and brightest amusement park, Bank provides vocal as well as in-
D.1111717E11% OF BONDAGE.
1111tiebrand. Published by Edward geles ... Jacobson asserts that the either or both sides, consuming
NOW!
will open Saturday, April 24. The strumental entertainment The
Golddon, Lid., 05 Museum St., W.
C. 1, London, England. (7. Dl.). girl's parents, Israel and Mary Ja- from several hours to several days park has been renovated, painted Three Roundtowners present their
This novel of Anglo-Jewish life cobs, live in Capetown, South before the matter is determined and cleaned. Its gates will open to own numbers and Gracie Morgan
introduces the reader to the ways Africa, and that he brought Sybil and the award made.
• fun loving crowd, which has chants sophisticated ditties.
"To hear such trials is only a awaited the call of Detroit's finest
of the middle class Jews in Eng- to Hollywood and has guided her
part of the work of the compensa- park.
land. It is an intimate description career in the movies.
Millions Have Entered the
Production by Joe Johnnie
tion division. Numerous inquiries
of conditions among this group,
SPE—"Tbo' Indian Pew
Many new features have been
Old Gold Contest
10 Great Sepia Start
Wow" ... HIAR—"•ittle
and is a story of a struggle for
All but seven of the 150 manu- are made by injured employees added this year, including some of
Away with Marlin" aid
emancipation and of an effort to scripts submitted in the Jewish concerning rights under the WC the most breath-taking thrill de-
Earl
Walfo•'s
Music
The makers of Old Gold Cigar-
"Mittissippl Holiday Strut"
find relief from that sense of prize novel contest of the Jewish In this connection it is a mistake vices ever invented.
Air-Conditioned Club
homelessness which mars Jewish Publication Society have been for the injured worker to seek
Again this year, as before, the ettes did not forget to include
their
Jewish
friends
in
their
$200,-
exitence.
eliminated . . . Announc e- such information from his co- park features a roller coaster,
"Daughters of Bondage" has an ment of the winner is due worker or other uninformed which roars and soars over a mile 000 prize contest as is evidenced
excellent theme. It is regrettable, in a fortnight ... Speaking of the source. Large sums in compensa- of track at the rate of 120 miles by their repeated announcements
in our publication.
however, that its style is less at- J. P. S. reminds us that it will tion have been lost to workers by an hour.
Many of our readers have en-
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Those who seek the thrills of a
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tends to be helpful but usually daring stunt ride in an airplane tered this contest and are solving
flicts between the old and new gen- You might also be interested to leaves you helpless. For such in- without the customary danger, will the puzzle pictures. If you have
erations. But the style somewhat know that the society's series of formation, applications should be find the Lindy plane an exciting not done so as yet there is still
time to enter and plenty of time
mars the contents. Perhaps the books on various European Jewish made in writing to the Secretary and unforgetable experience.
n e w American literature has communities will become source at the main office of the depart-
As in the past there will be no to solve the puzzles.
All you have to do is to go to
spoiled this reviewer's taste for works for a new world Jewish his- ment in Lansing or obtain the ad- admission charge and free parking
the type of novel that comes from tory to replace the celebrated vice personally from • deputy space has been provided for over your nearest cigarette dealer and
Graetz history.
England.
commissioner in the local office." nic tables amid the beautiful, ask him for a set of official Old
"11011 KING sad Ills Talking Gamey
shady groves. They also offer a Gold Puzzle Pictures together with
See rice n.i.
ir. / e ada
wonderful ball diamond and a com- full rules and regulations about
,:e 4k list
ENTRANCE TO "LITTLE NAHELU"—CAMP FOR YOUNGSTERS
the contest. Follow the instruc-
plete athletic field.
" c,
tions
carefully
and
you
will
be
*Gracie
MORGAN
Being adjacent to Grand River
geSistkated
timber
between Lahser and Telegraph entered in the contest at once.
*RUTH DENNING
Roads, on Seveh Mile Road, Edge- If your dealer cannot supply you
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quest
to
this
newspaper
and
it
car lines.
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will be given immediate attention.
*5 CASINO GIRLS
Big money is not the only
thing you can win in this contest.
roUgligin
You can also win the satisfaction
Election of officers was conducted by of getting acquainted with
ut4 DAVENPORT
the women of Beth El Sisterhood at
RESERVATIONS TE.roc. 2.8385
their meeting Wednesday in the temple Double-Mellow Old Gold Cigar-
rooms with the result that Mr. Max ettea—the cigarette that never
OdSTOCRAT
DETROIT NIGHT awls
L. Heyman will head the slate for the
corning year. Others named were: First reaches you in a stale or soggy
Mrs president, Ur. Mae IL Hart; ser• condition—the cigarette which is
end alcs, president. Mra Joseph Block; always fresh. Bear in mind too First Big Anti-Jewish Demonstra-
greeted with shouts of "slaves of
eecretary, Mrs Arthur Puternek: le...-
tion Occurs is Danzig
that after you try your first pack
nor. Mrs Alma Buckner.
the Jews" and other 4pithets.. A
A luncheen preceded the butin•r of Double-Mellow Old Golds and
DANZIG
(WNS)

The
first
session gad arrangement. for this were
police emergency squad was need-
made by Mrs. Ales Silberstein ami•ted you are not delighted with them large-scale anti-Jewish demonstra-
by Mr. Maurice Rosenberg. Mm. 11. L. you get Double Your Money Back, tion in the Free City of Danzig ed to break up the e.isturbanca
Teitelbaum. Mra Joseph Rapt.s, Mr.
Burnett Polar in. Mrs. Phillip Goodman. Success to You.
precipitated • serious riot when a which continued even after t h e
Mn. Harry Dart. Mr. Milton Barrio
gang of uniformed Nazi storm store closed for the week-e4.
• nd Mr. Jack Krause. After luncheon
The anti-Nati boycott of Ger- troopers sought to prevent custom-
. —
11r. Prank R. Hankins told the women
about the cause fled cure for war con• man-made films is so potent that ers from entering the Jewish-
There will be two dietinotaked
n
ferenre which
Me Ha ded In J•nn.Y. all distributors of foreign-made
owned Landau department store in stage and screen actors of the Jew- '
Mr. Mlle Warren., the remittent, an•
mounted that as May 7, the Sisterhood pictures are submitting them in the Viegengasse, While the Viegen- ish faith in prominent
supportive
s•on., a Friday night service at
"Little Nahelu" is • separate unit for the exclusive use of the pre-school campers of the ages of will
the temple when 11n. Heyman will glee advance to the Joint Boycott Coun- game was thronged with Easter roles in Warner's production of
building
with
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improvements.
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the sermon: Mn Lout. Leboter. the cil for an 0. K. . . , Even "The shoppers, the storm troopers set up "The Life of Emile Zola,"
et•
v..11 ,-, and Mr. H.177 Winee•rdsn Golem," • picture with • Jewish
proa p of well qualified counselors is in charge.
a picket line and refused to allow story of the Dreyfus GA*, 'ter-
will Go poloist, neennspanlod by Mn
Mrs. Naomi Lesowoder will be glad to dimes, detail, of registration. For information call Detroit Emily
Ilirmo. Refreshments will Do theme, asked for and received this sbopers to enter. Patrons who rine Paul Muni. no are heft*
served following the service.
telephones, Townsend 7.8225 or Temple 2.6129, or write t• Camp Nahelu, Orton:rill*, Mich.
endorsement,
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Services:

On Sabbath morning, April 24,
at 10:30, Rabbi Leon Fram will
occupy the pulpit. His subject will
he: The Code of Holiness."
The annual layman's service,
sponsored and conducted by the
Men's Temple Club, will be held
Friday evening, May 7, at 2 o'clock.
The annual mother and daugh-
ter day service and luncheon will
be held on Saturday, May 8.
Confirmation services will be
held on Shebuoth. Sunday, May 16.
Seventh and Final
Quiet Hour of Music:
The seventh and final Quiet Hour
of Music will be given on Sunday,
April 25, at 4 p. in. The soloist
will be Jason H. Tichton, guest
organist, assisted by Revs Reatha,
harpist The public Is invited.
There is no admission charge.
Im portant Dates:
The confirmation service, Sun-
day morning, May 16, at 9:30.
Beth El Colleeg closing exer-
cises, Monday evening, May 17, at
8 o'clock.
Temple High School commence-
ment exercises, Friday night, May
21, at 8 o'clock.

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