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THE ONLY ANGLO-JEWISH

All Jewish News
.All Jewish View:
WITHOUT BIAS

TR- Ek/ROY"'

and

Vol. XXXIX No. 17

POLISH JEW DIES IN
NAZI CELL IN DANZIG

High Court Confirms Death
Sentence of Brest-Lit-
ovsk Jew

WARSAW (WNS)—Seemingly
determined to better their August
record when 350 anti-Jewish dis-
turbances of one sort or another,
an average of more than 10 a day,
were recorded in various parts of
Poland, anti-Semites of all etripes
made the two days of Rosh Ha-
ahonah and the day after the oc-
casion for anti-Jewish excesses in
18 towns and cities. Reports in the
Yiddish press here tell of attacks
on Jews in Lodz, Opoczno, Nowo-
miasto, Kulesz-Koscielny, Belso-
Dodlaski, Czarnow, Tuzanka, Lore-
na, Branczyce, Dlugoszioly, Permit-
be, Czworka, Nalenczow, Grodno
and Piatrikow. Warsaw was also
the scene of holiday rioting.
A wave of pogroms on Yom

Kippur day further threw the
Jewish population of Poland in
a state of panic. The syna-
gogu e at Cselads was stoned
and many windows were brok-
en. Jews from every part of
Poland are flocking to Warsaw
for shelter, and the situation Is
becoming more serious daily.
A new feature of the disturb-

ances was the appearance of uni-
formed detachments of the youth
section of the National Camp of
Unity, the new government party,
in the role of Jew-baiters, and
their collaboration with the Na-
tional Democrats and National
Radicals in assaults on Jews. The
extension of the anti-Jewish boy-
cott campaign to the larger cities
was also evident as an anti-Jewish
week was proclaimed in Grodno.
Automobiles equipped with loud-
speakers blaring anti-Jewish cries
and loaded with uniformed Endeks
and members of the National Camp
of Unity who distributed leaflets
calling for the boycott, raced
through the streets. In Warsaw
and Lublin pickets were posted in
front of Jewish stores to take
photographs of "Christian trai-
tors.'
The youth division of the Na-
tional Camp of Unity, which is
called the Union of the New Gen-
eration, is offering its own solution
of the Jewish problem with a
three-point manifesto widely dis-
tributed in Warsaw: The plan
calls for mass evacuation of the
Jews, the creation of a govern-
ment agency to facilitate Jewish
emigration, establishment of a
joint commission of Poles and
Jews to find territories for Jewish
colonization, and a ban on Jewish
emigrants taking money out of the
country. "The Jews must realize
that the sovereign Polish nation
deprives them of the right to re-
main in Poland because the vital
interests of the Polish People con-
flict with the interests of the Jew-
bh people." the manifesto de-
clares,

me

boldness of the Polish
Endeks' anti-Jewish boycott
campaign, which has now spread
to Warsaw, reached a new high
whe n anti-Semitic pickets s ta-
tioned in front of Jewish shops
to prevent the entry of Chris-
tian customers m anhandled •
number of prominent Poles just
as Premier Skladkowski was
passink by.

The mysterious death of Mordka
7.ylberberd, a Jewish merchant
from Lodz, in a Nazi prison in the
Free City ofjDanzig, was reported
here in advises received from his
family. According to his family
Zylberberd was arrested on his or.

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COUNCIL'S FIRST
MEETING SEPT 29



1

Invitations Issued to Dele-
gates from 155 Organ-
izations

Notices announcing the first
meeting of the Detroit Jewish
Community Council are being
mailed out this week to delegates
from 155 organizations which con-
stitute the charter membership of
the new. community group. The
first meeting will be held on Wed-
nesday evening, Sept. 29, at 8
o'clock, at the Jewish Community
Center.
Election of officers will be one
of the first tasks before the or-
ganization, according to William
Boxerman, secretary of the coun-
cil, In addition, a number of im-
portant matters will be presented
for discussion and the approval of
the delegates.
A few organizations have not as
yet notified the council office at 51
'W. Warren Ave., of the identity
of their delegates. Unless these
notifications are received immedi-
ately, they may have difficuky be-
ing certified in time to be admit-
ted to the meeting hall, nor will
they be able to vote in the elec-
tion of officer&
Attention of member organiza-
tions' officers has been called to
the date of the first meeting in
order that they may avoid, if pos-
sible, conflicting meeting dates.
Delegates' admission cards will
be mailed out In time for the meet-
ing, but It was emphasized that
no one will be permitted to enter
the meeting hall without the offi-
cial eredential card.

CARONICIA

DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1937

Honor at Testimonial Meeting at Temple Sept.

Rabbi Solomon Goldman to Be Guest Speaker at Public Meetin
Wednesday; David Glinkovsky of Cleveland, Eminent Opera
Singer, and Jason Tickton, Beth El Organist, on the Program I

The Detroit Jewish community
will honor its favorite eon and
one of its outstanding leaders
when Fred M. Bethel will be
awarded certificates on Wednes-
day evening, Sept. 22, at 8:15
o'clock, at Temple Beth El, Wood-
ward and Gladstone Ayes., sig-
nifying that a forest is being
Planted in Palestine on the oc-
casion of his 60th birthday. Mr.
Butzel celebrated his 60th birth-
day on Aug. 25, but in deference
to his own wishes the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council of Detroit,
under whose auspices the honor
was planned, postponed the pub-
lic event until next Wednesday.
In addition to the certificates
for the Fred 51. Butzel Forest in
Palestine, Mr. Butzel will be pre-
sented with a book containing the
names of more than 1,000 De-
troiters who contributed to the
fund for the planting of the But-
zel Forest. Included in this book
will also be the names of promi-
nent non-Jewish and Jewish lead-
en throughout the country who,
hearing about the honor to be ex-
tended to Mr. Butzel, voluntarily
contributed to the fund for the
forest.
The certificates and the book
will be presented to Mr. Butzel
in behalf of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Detroit by Theo-
dore Levin, treasurer of the But-
zel Forest in Palestine Committee.

Rabbi Goldman to Speak

The principal speaker at the
public meeting on Wednesday
will be Rabbi Solomon Goldman
of Congregation Anshe Emet of
Chicago, one of the moat eloquent
speakers in this country and one
of the most brilliant Ameri-
can Jewish scholars. Rabbi Gold-
man has just returned from the
World Jewish Congress at Zurich,
Switzerland, where he was one
of the American delegates who
favored the British proposal for
the partitioning of Palestine into
three separate parts. including
Jewish and Arab states and a
British corridor. On the eve of

EDUCATION MONTH
IS LAUNCHED HERE

Plan Community Dinner;
Addresses to Be Heard in
Synagogues, on Radio

The 11th annual observance of
the Jewish Education Month was
officially launched at a joint
meeting of the board of directors
and the members of the staff of
of the United Hebrew Schools
which was held Monday evening,
Sept. 13, in the Philadelphia-By-
ron School. The meeting was
opened by Harry Cohen, presi-
dent of the schools. who introduc-
ed the chairman of Education
Month, Simon Shetzer.
Mr. Shetzer, in his opening re-
marks stressed the importance of
this annual project and said that
while the official observance is
being launched now, a good deal
of work by various committees
has already been done.
Nathan Milstein, chairman of
the radio committee, has contact-
ed the two Jewish radio stations,
WMBC and WJBK, sponsored by
llymnn Altman and Harry Wein-
berg, respectively, both of whom
responded in the most wholeheart-
ed manner. Addresses have al-
ready been delivered by Bernard
Isaacs and Rabbi Leon Fram over
WMBC, and over WJBK by Rose
Herman, member of the alumni
of the United Hebrew Schools. On
S • t 19 Isidore Sobeloff will talk
over WMBC, Harry Seligson, pres-
ident of Alumni Association of
United Hebrew Schools, will talk
over WJBK. On Sept. 26, Law-
rence W. Crohn, president of the
Zionist Organization of Detroit,
and member of the board of edu-
cation of the United Hebrew
Schools, will speak over WJBK,
and Judge Charles Rubiner, mem-
ber of the Education Month Com-
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the Zionist Congress he concluded
a two months' tour of South Af-
rica in the interests of the Keren
Kayemeth Le-Israel (Jewish Na-
tional Fund), which is the land-
redemption agency of the world
Zionist movement.
Author of a number of impor-
tant philosophic works, Rabbi
Goldman is now working on a
five-volume history of Jewish lit-
erature through the ages, under
the title "The Golden Chain."
The first volume will be off the
press this week.

An important added feature
of Wednesday's program will
be the appearance for the first
time in Detroit of David Clio-
kovsky of Cleveland, formerly
of Palestine, who is being hail-
ed by music critics as one of
the finest singers in this coun-
try today. He has studied in
Italy and appeared in opera
there. Mr. Glinkovsky will be
presented at the Butzel testi-
monial evening in ■ group of
Palestinian songs. He will be
accompanied 011 the organ by
Jason Tickton, organist of Tem-
ple Beth El, and instructor of
music at Wayne University.

The honor being extended Mr.
Butzel has attracted nation-wide
attention. Non-Jews were as
eager to participate in the trib-
ute to Detroit Jewry's outstand-
ing leader as were the Jews of
this and other communities.

Among the gilts from nun'
Jews, the largest contribution
came this week from Mr. and
Mrs. Richard H. Webber and
M, and Mrs. Oscar Webber who
jointly contributed $150 for
the planting of 100 trees in
the Butzel Forest.

In addition to the gifts by the
Webbers, contributions to the
fund for the Fred M. Butzel For-
est in Palestine were received
this week from the following:
The sum of $37.50 for the
Planting of 25 trees was contrib-
uted by the Schwartz Investment
Co.

British King Gets
Palestine Visa. for
Warsaw Hairdresser

WARSAW (WNS) — War-
saw lost a hairdresser and Pal-
estine got a new immigrant
when the British consul-general
here informed the delighted
Isaac Eltes that his petition to
King George VI for a Pales-
tine visa had been granted. El-
ten asked the King for a visa
in a letter of congratulations
he sent the monarch on his
coronation.

RABBIS OF ROME
REAFFIRM FAITH

Rebuke Co-Religionists Who
Would Break With
World Jewry

ROME (WNS) — Daring the
ire of that section of the fascist
mem which has been warning
Italian Jewry to repudiate the
rest of world Jewry and Zionism
under pain of forfeiting Italian
citizenship, the entire rabbinate of
Italy. Tripoli and the Jewish col-
onies in the Aegean Islands, is-
sued an unprecedented public
manifesto in which they assailed
those Italian Jews who have been
intimidated into divorcing them-
selves from the rest of the world's
Judaism. With Chief Rabbi Da-
vid Prato of Rome heading the
list of signatories, the manifesto
declared that "Judaism is a
unique whole, denounced at-
tempts by Italian Jews to set up
their own type of Judaism under
the influence of extremist' fascism
and bluntly asserted that "if the
Jews conserve their faith. if we
do not offend other religious sen-

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OPPOSITS RDITORAL)

Hebrew Union College
Begins Novel Venture
In Religious Education

Cincinoati Rabbinical Seminary Will Nieuwe Teaehers lostitutes
by Its Own Faculty
Co dud
Throughout Country

CINCINNATI—Embarking upon! just appeared and lists eighty-two
a novel venture in the field of re-' ecture subjects offered by the five
ligious education, the Hebrew professors who will act for the In-
Union College here, oldest rabbin- stitute this year.
"These lectures will be given in
ical seminary in the United States,
has just announced that its faculty various cities of the United States
members will be available for lee- and Canada which are important
tures to communities throughout centers of Jewish population and
especially of Jewish education," the
the country.
The new plan which will function prospectus says. They are de-
under the recently founded Teach- signed chiefly for the training of
ers' institute of the Cincinnati Jewish religious school teachers,
theological institution was made but may be attended profitably by
pos sible by • gift of $50,000 made all who are desirous of acquiring
y Jacob H. Schiff, noted philan- an extended knowledge of Judaism,
thropist , just before bin death. Bul- Its history, doctrines and institu-
letin Number One of the "Hebrew tions.
Union College Courses of Lectures
The fin lecturers for the coming
in Jewish Religious Education" him
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TELEPHONE

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THE LEGAL CHRONICLE

POLISH EXCESSES Fred M. Butzel to Be Presented with Certificates
AGAINST THE JEWS
AVERAGE 10 A DAY Signifying That Forest Is Being Planted in His

Boycotters Manhandle Poles
at Jewish Shops in the
Premier's Presence

NEWSPAPER PRINTED —••• IN MICHIGAN

Christian Hebraiat
Exposes the Nazis'
Lies About Talmud

I ORGANIZE DETROIT SENATOR BORAH DEMANDS CURB
FORCES FOR J. N. F.
NATIONAL PARLEY ON NAZIS AS NEW DISCLOSURES

LONDON (WNS) — The
"immorality" accusations
against the Talmud by Dr. Al-
fred Rosenberg, Nazi chieftain,
aresbased on nothing but dis-
tortions, misquotations and cita- Delegates from 1,000 Cities
tions torn from their context,
In U. S. Expected Here
Dr. Herbert Denby, Regius
Oct. 9 and 10
professor of Hebrew at Oxford
University, declares in a pam-
phlet published by the Friends HERSHMAN SELECTED
of Europe. Defending the Tal-
HONORARY CHAIRMAN
mud against Rosenberg's charg-
es, Prof, Denby points out that
the passages cited by the Nazi Conference to Launch Spec.
ial Action for Further
leader were deliberately chosen
with a view to discredit and
Land Redemption
ridicule the Jews by "rerreting
out absurdities, Utirities and
Dr. A. M. liershman, recognized
details offensive to modern fa- as the dean of Detroit Zionists,
shions of reticence. The quota- has been named honorary chair-
tions are given so as to be mis- man of the Detroit committee that
understood, being given a false is to have charge of arrangements
sense, owing to separation from for the national conference of the
the context, or are wrongly Jewish National Fund, to be held
quoted." Professor Danby also at Hotel Stutter during the week-
charges that many of Rosen-
berg's extracts are given an un-
founded sinister connotation by
suppressing parts of the con-
text.

A contribution of $10 was re;
ceived from Dr. Angus McLean
member of the Board of Educe
tion.
Barbara Levin and France
Hays Levin, daughters of Mr. an
Mrs. Yoke Levin, $10,
Leo Mellen and Ned Melle
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Ber
ger contributed $10 each.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan SiMon
and Mrs. Jacob Friedberg eac
contributed $5.
Five trees each were plante
by Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Zack, Mr
and Mrs. Hervey Goldman, Ben'
jamin E. Jaffe.
Three trees. each were plante
by Mrs. Fannie Olevin and th
Julius Rosenwald Post of th
American Legion.
Two trees each were planted
by Mr. and Mre. Ben Shapiro d
Lapeer, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Ilyr
man Rothenberg and son, Kal;
mon; Council of Pioneer Women's! U. S. Correspondents Have
Organization, Mr. and Mn. Jo;
Their Fun at the Nazi
seph- Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Hurt
Sklar, Mr. and Mrs. William .11
Congress
Hoffman, Mrs. Dora Moyer, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Finsterwald,
NUREMBERG, Germany—
Clarisse and Samuel Fineman, Joi
American correspondents who lis-
seph Benjamin.
One tree each was planted by tened to the speech of Dr. Otto
the following: H. B. Alper, De Dietrich, Nazi press chief, on
A. J. Alper, Dr. Charles D. Aaron,
David Koretz of Dayton, 0., Louie freedom of the press without tak-
Weisenfeld, Thomas E. Stock. Dr; ing it too seriously in view of the
M. Baumer, August Sherman; id long acquaintance with him are
memory of Philip Lipsitz; Chase forming here the Moot Noble Or-
Estate, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Re
binson, Mr. and Mn. A. Rosen, der of Journalistic Vultures with
Irving Rosen, Mrs. Harry Gal- its first Eyrie in Berlin. The
florin. Bertha 111. Robinson. Mr. members will recognize and salute
and Mrs. Isaac Rosenthal, W. each other by placing their open
liam I. Boxerman, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Botuck, Mr. and Mrs. hands behind their cars with a
Meyer Goldstein, Mr. and Mil flapping motion coupled with a
Nathan Finkel!, Lena Fisher, Dr hoarse croak.
Homer C. Stephens, Frank W
(Dr. Dietrich in a speech
Blair, Mn. Gussie Hamberger,
before the Nazi Con at
The Jewish National Fund Cos- Nuremberg said that , the duty
cll is grateful to Harry Fra
of New York journalists is to
and Modern Engravers for co - ' "tell lies and bow down in the
tributing cuts used for the But: Temple of Mammon." For his
zel Book.
daily bread, th e Masi press

Per Year, $3.00; Per Copy, 10 Cents

JOURNALISTS FORM
"VULTURES" ORDER

REVEAL PLANS FOR U. S. PUTSCH

Evidence of Widespread Nazi Organization
Disclosed in Series of Copyright Articles
in the Chicago Daily Times

G-MEN MAKING A THOROUGH PROBE
OF NAZI ACTIVITIES IN AMERICA

Goebbels Calls for International Crusade
Against the Jews; League of Nations
Considers Problem of Refugees

WASHINGTON, D. C.—(WNS)-
Aroused by the disclosure of an alleged Nazi
plot to seize control of the United States,
Senator William E. Borah, former chairman
of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee,
called for immediate investigation by Con-

gress, Senator Burke of Nebraska and Representative
Citron of Connecticut announced they would introduce
resolutions asking for a complete investigation of Nazi
activities in this country. Senator Borah said that the
recent statement by the Nazi foreign minister defying
other nations to suppress Nazi organizers and announc-
• ing the intension of the Hitler

PALESTINE DEATH
TOLL INCREASING ilEatllisbrs

lieginie to give them itsfull back-
imr show that "the Nazi organi-
zations in this country are being
ed and even financially

Seven Jews Murdered in Re-
newed Disturbances; Ben
Gurion Is Optimistic

DR. A. M. HERSHMAN

a condition not to
be ignored.
"No one would be greatly con-
cerned over what the citizens of
our own country might do of
their own initiative. But it is a
matter of some moment when we
are bluntly told that these organ-
izations are to be encouraged and
protected by a foreign govern-
ment. I don't think we can Ignore
the situation. The organizing evi-
dently has the approval and sup-
port of the German government.
and it is much more extensive and
widespread than we :Rt.:in:en:
80.10lnet
reports
am
hde
mi t. Why I've seen s such

JERUSALEM (WNS — raiser
Agency) —Five shots from am-
bush carried death to Menahem
Rosenblatt, veteran pioneer and
one of the founders of Kfar Ye-
cheskel, in Ernek Jezreel. Rosen-
blatt the seventh Jewish fatality
in the past 15 days, was on guard
duty when he was murdered by b a erstho aft N ta h e z i reo ra graen I z
2
assailants who crept up behind Pacific Coast alone, and although
his post and unleashed their dead that's no doubt exaggerated, still ,
ly fire. Rosenblatt was 45 yearsi the problem is certainly here."
The Federal Bureau of Investi-
old. He leaves behind a wife
chief said, the journalist has to
"sell his people and his coon.
and children. Ile was one of gation has been looking into Nazi
propaganda
and activities in this
try.").
those who helped create the Keren country for the past six weeks, J.
The Eyrie's president will be
Hayesod settlement in 1922.
Edgar lloover, bead G-man, an-
the correspondent whose hotel
Apparently believing that the nounced in commenting on re-
room is nearest the attic. His
frustrated hold-up in Tel Aviv on newed demands for a Congres-
title will be First Beak. Should
Sept. 12 was a party act. police sional Inquiry. "We expect to
two correspondents occupy the
continued their round-up of Re- make an extended report on the
Sends Message to National room as is probable because of
visionists, making searches in nu- Nazi mattes" he said, "but I
the congestion there will be a
merous houses. Joshua Lichter, can't say when we will be ready
Convention of Jewish
joint Beakship. The secretary
the agent who purchased the car to give this report to the attor-
War Veterans
and treasurer will be respectively
used for the hold-up, was arrest- ney-general, It will be several
titled Right and Left Opinions.
ed. Lichter was convicted In 1933 weeks, because we are going Into
Banquet Oct. 10
Ordinary Members will be
on
ground of membership in the matter very thoroughly."
NEW YORK—The patriotism of The
The complete personnel of the the the
tail feathers.
13rith Biryonim.
American Jews down through the
The order's motto be. "Let the conference committee will be an-
Chicago Times' Dliwslaseres
Abdul
Barkavri, member of the
years since the earliest days of Other Bird Lie," each member. nounced next week. Members of
the American colonies was hailed ship certificate will bear a hand- the reception committee are to be Nashashibi party, was shot and CHICAGO (WNS) —Evidence
from all Jewish organiza- seriously wounded In Jenin. Stem- of a widespread Nazi organization
by President Roosevelt in a mes- somely engraved picture of jour- chosen
tions in Detroit, in addition to a berg of the party have charged preparing for a putsch to "save"
sage addressed to the 42nd annual nalistic vultures bowing down in group of local leaders and activ e recently that there is a systematic America from the Jews is &-
the Temple of Mammon in New
Plan behind the series of killings closed in the first of • series of
national encampment of the Jew- York for their daily bread as Jewish National Fund workers.
ish war veterans of the United soon as the temple can be iden-
Arrangements for the banquet of foes of the Mufti of Jerusalem. copyrighted articles appearing in
States, which Is to be held at As- tified. However the eagerness of which will conclude the conference
the Chicago Daily Times. Based
bury Park, N. J., from Sept. 23 German journalist's to acquire sessions on Sunday, Oct. 10, will
JERUSALEM. — (MNS-Palcor on a six-months Investigation by
to 26. Addressed to Harry H. American affiliation being note', be made by the Ladies' Auxiliary Agency)—Arab gunmen shot and three Times' reporters who Joined
Schaffer, commander-in-chief of ioua, there may be an inset show- of the Jewish National Fund. Mrs. killed one Jew and wounded an- the Deutachesvolkbund and the
the Jewish war veterans, and made ing a group of them peeking in Harry Buchman and Mrs. Samuel other following a hold-up on the German-American Lund. the ar-
public here by M;chaei Weinstein, the door in search of crumbs.
N. Heyman are co-chairmen of Haifa-Nazareth Road.
ticle quotes Nazi leaders in this
Louis Freeman and Martin Hero-
The gang comprised five mask- country as telling their followers
The first eyrie will be purely the committee on arrangements,
witz, national co-chairmen of the Aryan, but a non-Aryan annex for
The conference will be featured ed Arabs, who stationed them- that "we are going to be prepared
convention committee, the Presi., general convenience is being con- by an exhibit of Palestinian art
to wrest control from the Corn-
the they
highway
and muniet-Jews
when they start their
dent's message reads as follows: sidered. Because of certain other and products. The committee in selves
stopped along
core as
passed. s Arab
I
"On the occasion of your 42nd remarks by Dr. Dietrich, ■ lad- charge of the exhibition will also passengers were robbed, but two revolution. We will save America
A
n
n
annual encampment, I send tn. ies' annex is also under consider- be named next week,
ara
es 0.1f.
Jewish victims were shot. They! a f o fe rtc w alhfi e t, e- meerinfcanths.e" aaJtahm
hearty greetings to those assem-I ation. American journalists of
Conference Program
were 29-year-old Willy Wel" ,
the
articles,
who
is
a
former
bled and a message of remem- unblemished vulture plumage may
The official announcement of the
caanmde
ueb f o ewe:: y.A u3s-0 -man, uo sa te yd ing
Feitz
,we lfea breerliu n n g do e f r
brance for all those Jewish veter- apply for membership, and from convocation of the national con- trio,
Mich s t n
ans who have served our country. ether Temple of Mammon is be- ference was made this week to all years old. While the other gang- Chicago, local leader of the Yolka-
C
bu
Since the earliest days of the ing assumed.
Zionist groups and Jewish Na- eters covered with their guns an one
mart only—Hitler. We deal
American colonies, down through
But only journalists of demo- tional Fund councils throughout Arab car that arrived at the same with the consul-general of Ger-
the years, we have a record of pa- cratic countries can be considered the country by Dr. Israel Gold- time, the leader asked the two many here In this country, We
triotic participation by Jewish citi- eligible, German Journalists, ac- stein, president of the Jewish Na- Jews to step from their car and
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zens in the establishment and cording to Dr. Dietrich, having tional Fund of Anfirica, who re- forced them into the woods,
turned during the week preceding where he shot at them point-
maintenance of the United States all been "cleansed."
both in peace and war; I am glad
Rosh Hashonah from the Zurich blank. Weiss was killed instantly.
to recall and commemorate that
sessions of the World Zionist Con- Dubowsky was hit in the shoulder.
service at this time."
gress, and by Maurice Levin, chair- His condition is not regarded as
More than 5,000 Jewish veterans
man of the Keren Kayemeth na- serious.
tional advisory council. The na-
from 31 states and 160 posts are
People boating on the Yarkon
tional conference is expected to be River found on the shore the
expected to attend the four-day
attended
by the chosen represents. body of ■ young Jew, tied hand
convention. Principal speakers will
lives of the Keren Kayemeth coun-
be Harry Colmory, national com-
Unlike the past, the Junior Con- cils in more than 1,000 communi- and foot. First reports stated Will Discuss Partition at •
mander of the American Legion;
that six bullet wound had riddled
Series of Parlor Meet-
General Smedley Butler, Mayor gregation of Shaarey Zedek will ties throughout the United States the body. Later police said that
ings on Sept. 28
Fiorello H. La Guardia of New open the ensuing year on Succoth and by special representatives of the cause of the young man's
York; Dr. Stephen S. Wise, presi- instead of on Sabbath Bereshis. all Zionist parties and groups, In death was still unknown. The
The congregation is again un- addition to reviewing the situation
dent of the American Jewish Con-
police
stated
that
it
was
their
The Zionist Organization of De-
gress; Col. Theodore Roosevelt, der the sponsorship of Abe Gor- in Palestine and in the Zionist opinion that the man had spear-
troit will commence the year's ao-
Jr.; Scott Squyres, national com- don. The president is Herbert /PLEASE TURN TO um' escisr
(PLEASE TURN TO PAO' 11
Levin who will be assisted in his
mander of the Veterans of Foreign duties
tivitin
at a series of parlor meet-
by David Crohn, vice-presi-
Wara; Maple T. Hari, national
ings In 11 homes, on Tuesday eye-
commander of the Disabled Amer- dent The board of directors will
ping, Sept 28, the night of Sim-
be chosen in the near future.
IPLZABIll TURN TO LAST PARE
Due to the great Interest that
chas Torah.
so many show in this congrega-
In addition to discussing the
tion, large attendances are ex-
The Right NOT to Be a Jew
prbolems raised by the proposals
pected for the service. "As sincer-
for
the partition of Palestine,
ity her always been the keynote
By RABBI MILTON STEINBERG
plans will be outlined at these
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in the past, so it shall be in the
meetings for Zionist activities dur-
Succoth services at Temple Beth future", states President Levin,
ROTS. 14111. Ode rel.. by Rabbi MTh. Ntelaber", The Detrell ing the coming year.
Services will begin on Succoth IMIT01111
El will take place on Monday
Jerekkh Chroolele andthe SewnArl. Secure bynellerte. Inennr•te an •
The series of meetings will be
ewer fortedthUy feetere • role..called lIeennereetin" Jesi.e tire, is
morning, Sept, 20, at 10 o'clock. at 9 a. m. They will begin on the
rehtch the "reap of ya'
m thinker. andeche.. ....lated with the entl• held in the homes of the
Dr. Leo M. Franklin will preach Sabbath at 9:30 a, m.
Peet Or. Mordecai IL Replan 14111 ePeate their emlade freely NW frankly
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cooper.,
ea
the
NMI
Isetue
et
eoeteenpreary Jevrl*h lids. The (- Armlet. tak. as
on the subject, "Can Succoth Be
Mrs and Mrs. I. Shetzer, Mr. and
reeynetelhilny for the ylempolat• eiPV•IWEI In this
Re-Vitalized?"
,.lamp •ad theee In
ymer, b.( presents
them bee.m It feels that Ile Nether. here • 04- airs. Robert Marwil, Mr. and Ifra.
allIcant leetwape for all thistle( AIMPriCa• Jena.
A beautiful Succoh will be
Abe Srere, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
erected on the altar of the Brown
Purdy, Mr. and Kra Charles Fein-
Memorial Chapel by the religious
The position of the modern Jew I sm, Its theology, its morality and berg, Dr, and Mrs. Bernard Fried-
committee of the Temple Sisters
On Monday morning, Sept. 20, is radically different from that of
system of ritual on authority. laender, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
hood. The offerings brought to the the first day of Succoth, Rabbi his medieval ancestors in his poll- 1 ts
t never, or at most rarely, c.c. Landau, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ber-
Suceob will, at the conclusion of Joshua Sperka of Congregation tical rights, economic opportuni- curved to them to chalktige
watt.
.Mr. and Mrs. Moe Lei-
their nblean
the festival, be distributed among Bnal David, Elmhurst at 14th, will ties, social acceptance, and his ac- t radition. They did not feel, if they ter and Mr. and M. Ayres
the worthy poor.
deliver a sermon on "The Succoh- rem to the thought life of the land were St all typical of their time,
Sabbath &snit..
in which he lives. Even In lands t hat they possessed the right to
Like Life of Detroit Jews."
The speakers wino .111 had the •
Sabbath sereces will, as usual,
On Tuesday morning, Rabbi ' of persecution, the Jew in by no q
what the past told theca discussiees at these parlor me*
be held on Sabbath of this week. Sperka will preach on "Plain Liv- means so isolated from the larger to uention
be true and desirable.
logs
will he the followings Lan
Sept. 18, at 10 o'clock. Having in ing and High Thinking."
life of the scene in which he finds
Across the span of the centuries
mind Constitution Day, Dr. Frank-
Monday morning, Sept. 27, himself as were his forefathers. I t is not hard for us to understand renal W. Croke, president of 110
organization;
Mrs. J. H. DAM,
lin will preach on the subject. Shminl Azereth, memorial services
Among the points of differenti- why that should have been so. In James I. Liman's,
Shoos
"Sacred Documents."
will be held at which Rabbi Sem- ation between the modern Jew and t he first place, the medieval Jew Rabbi A. M. Henke:um, Shebat,
Lavy
Sabbath Eve Services
ite will deliver a !armee entitled the medieval, one of the meet sig- regarded the whole of his tradition Beeker, Bernard Isaacs, Judge
Sabbath Eve wreires will be re- "Worlds Apart"
nificant lies in the realm of in- as of divine origin. Naturally Charles Rubiner, Dr. D. S. Fan-
sumed at the Temnle on Friday I Cantor Kapov-Kagan will offici- ternal attitudes. Our medieval an- enough be felt it • presumption to man,
Philip Slom ,rits. Rabbi Leen
evening, Oct. 1, at 8 o'clock.
ate at all services,
cestors tended to take their Judas
(FLU= rem To Lure ?solo
Fram and Maurice Landau.


ROOSEVELT HAILS
JEWS' PATRIOTISM

end of Oct, 8 to 10. His appoint-
ment was announced on Tuesday
by Dr. Israel Wiener. president of
the Jewish National Fund Council
of Detroit.
Dr, Wiener also announced that
Lawrence W. Crohn and Philip
Slomoyitz were chosen co-chairmen
of the convention committee. The
following are the vice-chairmen:
Mrs. Joseph II, Ehrlich, Hades-
sah; Joseph Iiaggal, labor Zion-
ist; Daniel Temchin, alizrachi;
Bertha Yackness, Junior Hades-
nab, and Dr. Israel Wiener. Na-
than Spevakow, treasurer of the
Jewish National Fund Council,
will act as treasurer of the con-
ference committee and the seem-
taries will be Miss Rose Green-
wald, secretary of the council, and
Mrs. Albert Feldstein, secretary of
the Zionist Organization of De-
troll. The headquarters of the com-
mittee will be at the office of the
Zionist Organization, 1041 Penob-
scot Bldg.

ZIONISTS RESUME
YEAR'S ACTIVITIES

Jr. Congregation
of Shaarey Zedek
Enters 7th Year

Reconstructing Jewish Life

Temple Beth El's
Succoth Services

Rabbi J. S. Sperka's
Sermons on Succoth

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