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June 18, 1937

and THE LEGAL CHRONICLE

MEMORANDUM IN BEHALF OF OPPRESSED JEWS IN
POLAND TO BE PRESENTED TO U. S. GOVERNMENT
BY DELEGATION REPRESENTING JEWISH CONGRESS

The Master Builder

Agency)

— The
municipality of
Tel Aviv was voted to contribute
to the relief fund for the pogrom-
ized Jews of Brisk, Poland.

racial laws in the Free City, the Junior Hadassah Members
Nazification of the new city has
Urged to Vote Sunday
reached a point where there is
(CONCLUDED from EDITORIAL PAGE)
LEITH
not a single Jewish teacher in the
HEALTH•LITE GLASSES
Announcement
was made by
Danzig schools. A recent decree
in the hospital before playing
Labor Union Sends $1,000 to the demanded Aryan pedigrees back Miss Sophie B. Schwartz, local
in even a single game. It was
Brisk Victims
to 1800 from all elementary, high chairman of the Detroit unit of
during his convalescence that
Junior Hadassah Shekel Commit-
JERUSALEM (WNS — Palcor school and university teachers.
tee, that the annual Shekel roll call
he determined to make the
Agency) — The General Jewish
of American Zionists is this year
world forget his physical handi-
Federation of Labor has tele- 120,000
Jewish Farmers in Poland being coupled with a petition to
Eyes FaunIned, 0 1ass Fitted by
(CONCLUDED FROM PAGE ONII
graphed $1,000 for the victims
cap by doing something of
a Optometry,
Great Britain "to resist the in-
our DOCTORS
of the pogrom in Brisk, Poland.
regletered under the Mate law.
which even the biggest of men
fringement of Jewish rights,
WARSAW (W N 5) — Poland whether by violence
or on the part
would be proud.
Danzig
Schools
Without
Single
has
120,000
Jewish
farmers
who
Jewish Congress Asks U. S. Fear New Pogroms'As
of the Mandatory Government."
Jewish Teacher
are organized in the Jewish Agri-
1119 GRISWOLD ST.
DEVELOPED BASCULE LIFT
Judge
Says
Polish
Jews
To
Intercede
With
Poland
DANZIG (WNS) — Although cultural Society which is subsi-
Open Evenings Untll 0 o'clock
In 1892 he left Cincinnati
The Order Knights of Joseph,
Hate Poland and Army
the Danzig senate, which is Nazi dized by the Jewish Colonization
To Halt Anti-Semitism
with a degree in civil engin- ency should arise in connection
controlled,
officially denied its Association, according to a re- with headquarters in Cleveland,
• ielewicz was not insane, but "a intention of has
hap
given up the ghost after 41
introducing
the
Nazi
Yiddish
press.
port
in
the
Warsaw
League Against War and Fas-
eering to become a draftsman with the Palestinian situation.
yam
Miss Reva L. Antick was elected cism; Francis Biddle, former notorious Communist" because be
for a New Jersey firm of iron
belonged
to
"Jewish
political
so-
recording secretary of the Detroit chairman of the National Labor cieties like the Bund, which are
manufacturers. His thesis was chapter
of the American Jewish Relations Board; Dr. S. Mar-
a plan for building a bridge Congress at Wednesday's meeting. gashes, editor of the Day; Jacob Communist as well as Zionist or-
From our own Mineral Wells
Fishman. managing editor of the ganizations," and that conse-
across BerM Strait, connecting
Vandenberg Pledges Support
comes the 14aling, healthi-gieing
Jewish Morning Journal, and S. quently the "murder was commit-
Alaska and Siberia. Two years
The Detroit Congress executive Dingo) of the Day.
ted by an element which has noth-
waters used in the treatment of
later he was back in Cincinnati committee heard a report from its
ing in common with Poland." Jew-
Messages from King, Murphy
chairman,
Philip
Slomovitz,
rela-
Rheumatism, Arthritis, Sciatica,
ish leaders are seeking to pre-
teaching at his alma meter.
Senator William H. King of vail upon Chaskielewicz's counsel
tive to the action taken by the
Neuritis, and Nervous Disorders.
But in 1895 he decided he was Christian delegation which ap- Utah, mover of the first resolu-
MO
to drop their appeal from his sen-
not cut out to be a professor peared before President Roosevelt tion in the Senate of the United tence, fearing that a new trial
and he took a job as designer and Secretary of State Hull, with States during the World War in would make matters worse.
os est Nev Roof-Top
The tense situation was further
and squad boss with the Chi- a plea for the defense of Jewish favor of the reconstitution of
' SOLARIUM
rights in Palestine as guaranteed Poland as an independent nation, aggravated when all Jewish news.
cago Sanitary District. Later by the mandate and the Balfour and who received personal as-
papers throughout the country
Hest :: Relax :: Dietary Laws
he joined Ralph Modjeski as an Declaration.
surances from Marshall Pilsudskl were confiscated to prevent them
Mr. Slomovitz reported that and other Polish leaders that the from publishing a protest by the
assistant engineer. With this
COLONIAL HOTEL
background of practical exper- while Senator Arthur H. Vanden- Jews of Poland would be ac- Union of Jewish Journalists
berg squid not join the delegation corded full and equal rights as against Judge Poskiewicz's at-
ience he set up his own engin- of outstanding Christians because citizens, has joined leaders of tempt to shift the blame for Bu-
MINERAL BATHS
eering firm in 1904, and from he had to attend a meeting of the both houses of Congress in con- jak's murder to the Jewish press
MOUNT CLEMENS. MICHIGAN
then on began to make engin- Senate Finance Committee, he demning the present treatment of and the Jewish people, and by the
111.1.
reiterated his stand favorable to Polish Jewry as a contravention raising of a cry in the anti-Semitic
N Alt ELK IN • ALDER T (ROSE MAN
eering history.
Palestine in a statement made to of the understanding of the press that "the Jews are prepar-
Shortly before the World the Detroit chapter of the Ameri- American people and the Ameri- ing a world counter-offensive
Jewish Congress. Senator can Government, as a violation against Poland," because of the
War he began to experiment can
Vandenberg writes:
of legal guarantees in the Polish decision of the Polish rabbinate
with new methods of building
"I am more than glad to renew constitution and in international to communicate with Jewish lead-
movable and long span bridges. all of my expressions of friendship treaties and as an affront to the ers throughout the world to desig-
His research led to the devel- for the Zionist movement which I conscience of mankind. Messages nate a world-wide Jewish day of
have made since 1929, and I shall
opment of the now famous con- be happy to render any possible in this sense were addressed to fasting and prayer in behalf of
the American Jewish Congress in Polish Jewry. Dr. Emil- Sommer-
MUSKOKA, CANADA
crete counterweight bascule lift service to the movement whenever connection with an emergency stein, Jewish member of parlia-
OPEN NOW FOR
which displaced the old turn- I can. I hope you will continue to conference on Poland held June ment, protested to the minister of
SUMMER SEASON
stile bridges. Today virtually keep in touch with me in this con- 10 at Hotel Astor by members of justice against the unprecedented
nection."
Congress from 18 states. and in- charges by the judge and prosecu-
Excellent Accommodations—
every modern bridge is known
cluding Governor Frank Murphy tion at the Chaskielewicz trial.
Running Hot and Cold Water
as
a
"Straus
trunnion-bascule
of Michigan and Governor Wilbur The censored protest by the Jew-
Rooms with bath - Room service
bridge."
Strauss
also
designed
plane and dirigible designs, the L. Cross of Connecticut.
ish newspapermen said: "The
KOSHER Meals, unexcelled
Jewish press must protest against
and
built
the
aeroscope
at
the
Polish Federation's Protest
Cuisine — Jewish Chef from
first reinforced concrete freight
this baseless insinuation, which
Oceanic Hotel, Miami, Florida.
San Francisco Exposition in
•The
United
States
should
de-
car, the bascule door hanger
take-off. You get the jump at every
rrl HERE'S one thing you can tell from
was made at a time when the
Supervised social and athletic
1915, the first portable search-
and the mooring mast for light- mand enforcement by Poland of Jewish population of Poland had
light, nimble as a sprinter breaking fast
1 the very look of Buick—when the
the treaty of Jan. 28, 1919, which
activities—Dancing, Golf, Ten-
light systems, which were used
er-than-air craft. But his prin- insured protection of all racial, become the object of systematic
nis, Riding, Badminton, Ping-
out of his hole.
man behind this wheel bugles for road-
by the United States and Rus-
cipal life work has been the national and linguistic minorities extermination activities, as is evi-
pong, Boating. Swimming in
by the growing legalize.
room—room on the road is what he's
sia during the World War, and
cool waters of Lake Rosseau,
building and designing of or else discontinue diplomatic and denced
Yes, this glorious Buick is head man of
tion of the economic boycott, ter-
at Hotel door
invented the yielding barrier
going to get!
bridges that other engineers trade relations with that country ror, repressions and other et-
the highway—and that's the kind of car
declared Samuel Untermyer , at
For further information write
which solved the grade crossing
said were impractical or im- the opening session of the 29th cesses . . . The statement made
For here's the boss car of the bunch
we think you want. It's the kind of car
to Hotel, or Mr. H. Shopsowitz,
by
the
president
of
the
court
is,
problem. Also credited to him
possible.
annual convention of the Federa- in effect, justification of the anti-
295 Spadina Ave., Torok°,
this year—and the whole road knows it.
you can easily have. For with all that's
are
a
number
of
improved
air-
tion
of
Polish
Jews
in
America,
Authority
on
Bridge
Designs
Canada.
Jewish extermination policy."
in this stand-out performer—it still
Under that deep-barreled bonnet is
The first of the Strauss trun- before more than 1,000 dele-
nion-bascule bridges went up in gates and guests, at Hotel Astor.
sells at the lowest Buick prices ever.
the ablest straight-eight engine in the
TEL AVIV (WNS — Palcor
The convention's opening ses-
Cleveland, with Stra'uss supervis-
world—you'll never have need for all
ing construction at his own risk, sion was devoted to protesting
Match price tags with the sixes and
for the railroad that wanted the against the pogroms occurring in program and supervise the ex-
the power this quick and quiet giant
you'll find you can afford this eight.
span didn't believe it feasible. Poland. Benjamin Winter, presi- penditure of funds.
can pour forth.
Petition to U. S. Government
Since then he has built nearly dent of the Federation. sounded
Why aren't you driving one now
500 bridges, in every part of the the keynote in his annual mes-
A petition to the United States
It's rugged, solid, firm-set, Built close
world. Among the principal mon- sage to the convention.
government to open its doors to
* * * *
to the road—there's no wander or
uments to his engineering genius
Jeremiah T. Mahoney, former immigrant Jews from Poland was
are the 55,000,000 bridge over justice of the Supreme Court of made at the final session of the
TUNE INI
weave, no sidesway on the curves.
the Columbia River at Longview, New York and president of the convention.
BRADDOCK-LOUIS CHAMPIONSHIP FICHT
A protest against the pogrqms
Wash., the longest cantilever span Amateur Athletic Union of the
Try the wheel. Obedient as your
BROADCAST BY BUICK
in the world; the $12,000,000 United States, expressed pleasure in Poland contained in a declira-
finger. Press the brakes. A toe-touch
bridge that spans the S, Lawrence for the opportunity of joining in tion adopted by the convention
June 22nd, N. B.C. Red and Blue Network,
River at Montreal; the Arlington a protest "against those in Po- was one of the group of resolu-
stops you soft and sure. Check the
consult your paper for time and stations
Memorial Bridge over the Chi- land and other places, who dis- tions passed by the delegates.
Another resolution endorsed
cago River; and the world's long- criminate, for no just cause what-
the work of the World Federa-
est lifting bridge, at Sault Ste. soever, against minorities."
Marie in Michigan. Ile was also
A public declaration "against tion of Polish Jews Abroad or-
the consulting engineer on the the intolerable series of pogroms ganized in 1935 to institute a
George Washington Bridge across which have of licted and made world-wide relief movement in
the Hudson and the network of unbearable the lives of 3,500,- behalf of the destitute Jews in
bridges built in New York Har- 000 Jews who constitute the Jew- Poland.
A general resolution adopted
bor for the Port of New York ish community in Poland," was
TOUR MONST GOSS FARTNIR IN A CIININIAL MOTORS CAR
Authority.
read by hider M. Katz and by the delegates acknowledged
Although • he was still in his adopted by the convention dele- Palestine as a refuge for the per-
secuted Jews of Eistern and Cen-
forties he was a world-famous au- gates.
tral Europe.
thonty on movable and fixed
The Federation also adopted an
Adherence to and participation
bridge designs when he was first appeal directed to American
approached in 1917 with the Jewry which called upon all in the world-wide movement to
scheme to bridge San Francisco labor, civic and religious' groups boycott all goods and services
Bay. There had been talk of a In Jewish life to act in unison emanating from Germany was
Golden Gate bridge for half a toward helping the Jews in Po- also passed in a resolution sub-
century before Strauss tackled land and to co-ordinate their mitted to the convention.
the job. Up to that time no bridge efforts in one major movement,
engineer believed a span of more seeking alleviation of the distress
than a third of a mile could be
of Polish Jewry.
built, especially across so treach-
Zeilig Tygel, executive direc-
erous a course as the Golden
Gate. Even the most optimistic tor id the Federation, described
current
conditions among the
advocates of this bridge believed
it would cost hundreds of mil- Jews in Poland. He pictured the
lions of dollars, if it were at all economic discrimination, the ra-
possible. But Strauss not only cial oppression and the persecu-
thought it possible but knew he tions by pogroms which have
could build it for leis than 560,- created in Poland one of the
000,000. And he did, in the greatest relief problems in the
face of almost insuperable nat- world.
ural obstacles and terrific opposi-
Important Messages
tion by business and real estate
A plea for all democratic goy-
interests.
ernments,- including the United
One difficulty after another was States, to intercede diplomatically
met and conquered. The seem- to compel! Poland to safeguard
ingly impossible task of financ- the rights of the Jewish minority
ing, of building the loftiest bridge in her territory was made by Wil-
towers, thwarting the tides of the liam T. Collins. justice of the Su-
-
Golden Gate, sinking the mam- preme Court of the State of New
moth piers—these were the ob- York, at the banquet of the con-
stacles Strauss encountered and vention.
overcame in building the Golden
MOH NEW TOME
George Gordon Battle, Mitchell
Gate Bridge. Some idea of the
huge structure may be obtained May, justice of the Supreme
of New York and Mr. Win-
by a few figures; the cables are Court
The Nese Motortieen
held in place by 128,000,000 ter, also spoke.
Harry Hershfield was toastmas-
pounds of concrete; the 5,004
'PILSUDSKI,"BATORY'
cells on which 746-foot high tow- ter. A paper discussing the rights
ers stand are held together by guaranteed the Jews in Poland
June 24, July 4, July 17,
over 2,000,000 rivets; 80,000 by the signatory nations to the
miles of wire were spun into the Minority Treaty. a section of the
Aug. 10, Aug. 22, Sept 9,
two 36-inch cables from which Versailles Treaty, was read by
Sept. 15, Oct. 2, Oct. 14,
the great bridge hangs. And Bernard G. Rickards.
Reports and greetings were
the total cost of the four-year
Oct. 26
job, which Strauss master-minded heard from delegates represent-
from a temporary house on a high ing the Federation of Polish Jews

hill overlooking San Francisco in Canada, Boston, Chicago, De-
Tourist and Third Class Only
Bay, where he could see his bridge troit, Indiana Harbor, Los An-
rising skyward and hear the ham- geles, Philadelphia and Pitts-
mers hitting steel as the world's burgh. Greetings included also
longest span structure was built. messages from Governor Murphy
rrompc and eonverdent
was $35,000,000.
and Senator Vandenberg of
oonneetIona to all Central
Michigan.
mad Eastern Europe
Delicious KOSHER Kitchen
Sunday afternoon's session was

Midsummer
Luncheon
of

entirely devoted to the problem
of bringing relief to the needy
Sisterhood of the Bnai
Hecuba, service from Constant&
PSORIASIS'. 1930 ... Double-Mellow has been proved day
Jews in Poland. It was featured
direct to Jaffa and Haifa.
in and day out
Moshe on June 30
OLD COLDS were first to use a Cello- over a period of nearly two years. And
by the report of Dr. Szoszkies,
Apply to Loral Agent or
A mid-summer luncheon to be prominent communal leader of
phane wrapper as an added protection proved in every kind of climate: hot,
held on Wednesday, June 30, will Poland and journalist, who an-
dea. So
forAciggoarodetties.
cold, dry or damp.
Chicago, Ill.
mark the end of the season's social river/ in this country last Sunday
activities of the Sisterhood of Bnai for the special purpose of ad-
So the OLD COLD smoker enjoys not
good that all other
dressing
the
1937
convention.
His
Moshe.
cigarettes adopted Cellophane, too. A only the luxury of the choicest prize crop
visit here follows a recent visit
Mrs.
Harry
Meer,
president,
re-
public life, Cardinal Faulha-
HIRSCH BETRAYED
good idea— but not glood enough.
tobaccos and the celebrated OLD GOLD
quests all members to reserve the to Brzesc-Litewski, where he was
BY A PRETTY GIRL bor. Germany's lading Catho- date and to attend this affair with the first to bring aid in the name
double-mellow blend.
OCTOSIR,
1935.
..
of
the
American
Committee
Ap-
lic prelate, declared in ■ clud- their friends. The luncheon will be
Double-Mellow
(0000CUCDZD TROIS PAGE I)
OLD GOLDS introduced the EXTRA jack-
He enjoys these fine qualities at their
leech., attach on the Nazi re- held in the banquet hall of the peal to the pogrom victims.
Dr. Szolakies explained the
synagogue, Lawrence and Dexter,
gime.
Addressing
5.000
Catho-
et.
Double
Cellophane.
Double wrap- best. Double-Mellow OLD COLDS are al-
leged charge of high treason,
plight of the Jews in Poland, re-
and will begin at 1 p. m.
ping. Insuring the American cigarette ways FRESH. Always wholesome. Never
even in death was disclosed by lic pilgrims is the ancient Be-
Mrs. Ethel Goodman is the head ported upon their needs, and told
the American consulate-general Tanaa town of Tutenleusen, of • large arrangement committee. about the relief services rendered
smoker truly FRESH cigarettes anywhere irritating. Never weather-weary and
here when it announced its in- dm 68. year - eld churchman,
The Sisterhood will dispense by the American Committee Ap-
climate-woe.
he buys them.
ability to obtain the ashes of recently...
peal, organized last year by the
with
business
and
social
activities
retain...1 from an mg-
Hirsch, whose body was cremated.
You can't buy a stale OLD GOLD. The
during the summer months, after Federation for the purpose of
terms
...The
OLD
GOLD
weather-tight,
raising 51,000,000 in this country
Acting in behalf of Hirsch's par- thence with Pope Pius, dal- the luncheon June 30.
climate-proof package is no longer a EXTRA jacket is your guarantee.
to be used for constructive relief
ents, who live in Prague. the eon. ivaged Hitler's claim that Ise
theory. That the EXTRA jacket actually
of the destitute Jews in Poland.
sulate-general asked the secret saved Germany from "atheism
P. LORILLARD COMPANY, Inc.
The National Church of Posi- He mentioned those included on
police to send the ashes to Prague. of Soviet Russia" ■ ad declar-
does deliver FRESHNESS to the smoker
tive
Christianity
in
Washington
ed:
"Let
oar
gmernmeat
look
(Established MQ)
the Distributing Committee in
But thus far this request has not
at France, whelr• Imre and has a large Mogen David with a Poland, which represents all
been granted.
Free M.o.. sit ie the French cross in the center as part of its groups of Polish Jewry. and
Catholic *Jewell*. Is freer
geyernmest. but where there stained window design , . . The stated they wen all outstanding
in Fresco, which by • Jewish
is, •erertheless, freedom is the rhurch'e literature also bears a members of the Polish Jewish
premier, than in Germany,
Mogen David.
Catholic
schools."
hews
community who plan the relief
where Jews are • barred

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