November 5, 1937
and THCIE L CHRONICLE
LOUIS REDSTONE'S EXHIBIT SOY. 8 - 20
THE BARGAINS OF ALL TIME
WAR PROPAGANDA AND THE JEWS
Works of Detroit Artist and Architect on View at the
BY 50 PROFESSORS
J. W. V. Broadcast
On Sunday Morning
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fered photographic proof from of-
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Station WXYZ will tarry the
ficial documents that the Russian
German and Turkish anti-Jewish government was instigating po-
coast•to-coa s t radio broadcast
child and rolled her on the
persecutions. Realizing the ineda- groms.)
arranged by th e Jewish War
ground, extinguishing the flames
quacy of this negative approach,
Veteran s of America for this
which had already consumed her
Great Britain, on behalf of itself
Sunday morning at 11:30
and its Allies, had to adopt a plan
In June, 1917—two months after clothes. The child escaped with
Whereby the Jewish people, par- America entered the war — Pre- only severe burns.
president of the Detroit post,
ticularly in America, would re- mier Bratiano cabled the Jewish
has issued a call to all Detroit
gard the Allies as the saviors of Morning Journal that the govern- Danzi g Senat e President Says
Jews to listen in on this annual
Polish Jews Must Go
Israel and be eager to lay down ment had decided to grant Jews
Armistice Day broadcast.
N S) — Polish
their lives to achieve an Allied vic- equal civil and political rights.
No matter what you pay,
Jewish suffering in Rumania both Jews must leave Danzig, Arthur
before and after this declaration Greiser, Nazi president of the
Blood Transfusion Groups
can launder a finer shirt
Danzig senate, told a Jewish dele- Jews, whose names we are au-
To dispose of the ridiculous is, however, a matter of history.
gation that called on him to pro- thorized to speak, and who scarce-
WE HAVE THE BEST EQUIPMENT MADE
anti-Jewish excesses. Greiser ly know what they should most
are not blood-brothers, it is inter-
said that Danzig must act in con- deplore, the inhuman method of
esting to point out that soldiers
formity with Germany and con- persecution used by the National
during the World War fell into
sequently German Jews her e Socialists of Danzig against our
one of four groups for the purpose
P cm carefully Ironed
would be treated like all othe r brothers in race and religion in
of blood transfusion: Group I,
the Free City, or the indifferent
Additional Pounds 51fie lb.
Germans, but Polish Jews ha
5 per cent; Group II, 35 per cent;
no future in Danzig. He failed inaction of international bodies
A VERY INEXPENSIVE SERVICE
Group III, 10 per cent; and Group
in spite of their obligations to
IV, 50 per cent. There were men
t reatment for German Jews since secure observance of the terms
and women of each blood group in
here are virtually no German of the Danzig constitution and
respect of the rights of all its
Jews in Danzig.
Not responsible for sun burnt or wind-whipped tune'.
Thus, the chief problem of the
Disorders in Danzig
various nations in wartime is how
THE NEWEST DEPARTMENT IN THE CITY
A tacit admission that the anti-
to get men of each race and creed
Jewish excesses in Danzig during Italian Students Protest Ghetto
so aroused that they will enlist
the first three days of complete
Benches in Poland
and fight for the sake of ideals.
Nazi political control were
ROME. — (W N S) —Jewish
In the case of the Jew, whose life
planned and executed with the and non-Jewish students in the
has been lived for centuries in the
knowledge of Nazi authorities, universities of Milan, Padua,
midst of cross-currents of racial
came from Abert Foerster, Nazi Bologna, Rome, Florence and
prejudice and national antago-
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fuehrer here, in addressing a mass
other cities of Fascist Italy have
ni,ms, the problem in the past has
meeting when he warned the Po-
Laundry Brought to Plant by 9 o'clock a. m. will be
made public the text of a strong
been to make hint feel grateful to
ish Jews to cave peaceaby unless
Finished Same Day—NO EXTRA CHARGE
protest against the establishment
the nation which calls upon him
they wanted to be driven out by
of ghetto benches in the universi-
for aid. Granted this, his patrio-
renewed violence. Foerster's
of Warsaw. The protest was
tism has usually soared to the
warning contradicted previous of-
addressed to the Polish ministry
limit, and he has been a generous
ficial statements in which blame of education.
It MARINO A PPA RV 1.
giver, in both his possessions and
for the disturbances was laid at
his life, How, then, in the World
the door of "irresponsible de-
l'" P"'" d
McLaglen' s Brother Arrested for
War, could nations that had HAROLD ROLAND SHAPIRO
ments," 11 of whom have already
wronged their Jews win them
Minimum Charge, $1.50 .
Trying to Palm Off Anti-Semitic
In September, 1916, the Russian been sent to prison.
back? How could those who had
Propagand a as Espionage Data
government was pleased to tell the
A MOST RELIABLE INSTITUTION
served Israel well, enlist the en-
Jews of the world that Mr. Bro- thorities who repdiated responsi-
lire support of their Jewish pop u-
ido's request for permission to be bility for an outbreak of anti- —An attempt to palm off anti-
lations, and beyond that gain th
enrolled as an assistant advocate Jewish violence here, uniformed Semitic propaganda as secret data
support of the powerful Jewry in
in Moscow, which had been re- and non-uniformed storm troopers on espionage led to the arrest
fused by the ministry of justice, renewed their raids on Jewish here of Captain Sydney Leopold
On Feb. 12, 1917—two month was nevertheless granted by the shops and attacks on Jewish resi-
McLaglen, brother of the movie
before America declared war o
Czar! On Oct. 1, came news that dents. Semmes of stores owned by actor, Victor McLaglen, on a
Germany—Rabbi Stephen S. Wis the Russian government had en- Jews were abandoned as their
charge of allegedly attempting to
informed the congregation of th
proprietors field in panic. Jewish
extort $20,000 from Philip Chan-
PHOTO SHOWS LOUIS REDSTONE'S DRAWING, "LARGO ST. Free Synagogue of our duty to in larged Jewish educational oppor- home-owners barricated
them- c ellor, wealthy young watch mak-
tunities. Refugees from Poland
all toe and
DOMTNICO, NAPLES, ITALY"
fuence the German people to ove
told of hardships and cruelties un- selves in their houses while others er. After McLaglen's arrest,
throw Hohenzollern Prussianism der German rule. By January, fled. More than 20 Jews suffered C
The works of Louis Redstone, among the trees looks substantial
hancellor reclared that the for-
Although he was moved by th
1917, the American Jewish Com- injuries and Jewish property mer had agreed to provide him
well known architect and able and livable.
ideals of humanitarianis
damage was estimated at $25,000. with data for a book on espionage
artist, will be on display in the
YOU CAN BUY QUALITY KOSHER MEATS WITH CONFIDENCE from
"I want to stress here one mint —and reflected the views of ou mittee itself published two Russian
press items purporting to show The renewed rioting in the face but the material he turned over
Hudson Galleries for two weeks many artists often miss—the dec.
that opposition to equal rights was of the arrest of 65 persons t urned out to be "merely anti-
beginning with Monday, Nov. 8. orative quality of a picture—how 'outstanding Jewish leaders— hi
plea against Germany evidence waning, Soon thereafter, news ap- charged with participating in the
In a preview comment on Mr it serves or does not serve as an
Semitic propaganda" and he re-
earlier uutbreak indicated that
Redstone's works, Samuel A. adornment in a room. Redstone's the success of years of Allied of peared that Minister Protopopoti
fused to pay the $20,000 Mc-
proposed to enact into law a meas- the Nazi officials were unable to Laglen wanted for it. McLaglen
Cashwan, prominent Detroit watercolors and black and white forts to lure American Jewis
11837.41 DEXTER BLVD. •
opinion into the Allied fold b
control their own followers. An said that the British and German
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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle as tive—an architect can understand playing on the delicate emotion abilities without parliamentary official communique blamed the consuls here know of his activi-
of a Jewry whose brethren i
sanction; and ordered the gover- disturbances on excitement over ties.
follows: such matters better than most
"I saw them without the bene- painters do—he paints in a high eastern Europe had suffered fa nors to stop disturbing Jews who increasing Jewish immigration
fit of being hung in the excellent key, stresses color rather than
Christian Church Honors Jew
were without domicile. March, from Poland. The Nazi party
surroundings of the Hudson Gal- subject matter. and limits him- war since 1914, How the Allis 1917, brought a revolution in Rus- Promised speedy punishment. for
NEW YORK. — (WNS) — A
leries. Yet I was surprised and self _to sizes that may easily fit won us over, and why their ene sia, thereby eliminating that coun- the guilty.
church that regained
impressed with t heir freshness, in our own modishly small rooms. miss failed, can now be told.
try as a moral liability on the
Congress Asks Leagu e of Nations its property through the efforts
Russia n Propaganda
clarity and directness of attack, "His color moods are all typical
hands of the Allies,
lawyer, paid tribute
Aid for Jews of Danzig
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When England in August, 1914
let alone the novelty of their sub- of the many places he has lived
GENEVA (WNS) — League of to him when the Community
The Talk of the Town ..
Jed. matter. I say I was surprised, in or visited—the heat and sultri- entered the war on the aide o
Nittions intervention in behalf of Church of New York presented
because one does not expect such ness of the Orient, the cool quiet Russia, she realized that sh
a scroll to Salmon 0. Levinson,
free-handling of the watercolor of the Paris Quais and bridges, would have to dress the Russian The Monday Night Club Re- the Jews of Dans,jg was asked by Chicago lawyer, at a luncheon
the World Jewish Congress in an
technic except from artists long or violent contrasts of rock and bear in sheep's clothing in order to
Elects Its Officers
in his honor here. Mr. Levin-
appeal made public here. Pro-
practiced in this medium. Yet Mr. sea on the Palestinian seashore. attract Jewish support for the al
testing anti-Jewish excesses i n son and George E. filmset of
Redstone is by profession an "Often during his work as an lied cause. And so, within two
recovered the property
The Monday Night Club met at
architect who properly makes art architect for the Levant Fair in weeks, it was announced that Eng Mrs. L. Constantine's home, 1925 Danzig since October 19th, th e after four years of financial and
his recreation with all the free- Tel-Aviv he would find relief land was fostering a spirit of lib Elmhurst. Election was held and appeal laid the blame for them legal disputes.
on the Nazi government, Nazi
dam of attack in his watercolor. from the strain in painting some eralism in Russia! It was reported all the officers were re-elected.
"Moods, scenes from the Bibli- ancient Arabian fortress or that the Czar was about to gran They are: Mrs. J. 5Ianaser, presi- party and Nazi controlled police. Ask A. A. U. to Lift Boycott on
cal Orient, France, Italy are de- mosque, or spots of the old city the Jews equal civil and politica dent; Mrs. H. Lipsitz, vice-presi- z Describing the situation in Dan-
is as having "an aspect of a
meted with the assurance and of Jerusalem. Many of these rights, Soon thereafter it was an dent; Mrs. A. Fisher, financial sec-
veritable pogrom," the Congress
STOCKIIOLM. — (WNS) —
truthfulness of a man who knows sketches were bought by .natives flounced that Jewish students and retary; Mrs. J. Gallant, recording
appealed for immediate restora- An appeal to the Amateur Ath-
construction, as that the bridge of Tel-Aviv who, no doubt, could doctors would be admitted to the secretary; Mrs. I. Cantor, treas-
tion of "the legal situation." letic Union of the United States
sparkling in the distance is really well appreciate the captured courses of the Russian Red Cross urer; Mrs. A. Green, chairman of
Signed by Dr. Stephen S. Wise as to revoke its boycott against Ger-
The Campus Alumni Club cele- a bridge and the cool blue house moods of their country."
Society, To show that the Russian the press committee. The next chairman of the Congress' execu-
many was made here by the In-
brated its 10th anniversary as an
bear and Jewish lamb would dwell meeting will be held at the presi- tive, the appeal said the Jewish
ternational Amateur Athletic Fed-
organization at Northwood Inn,
together in unity, the Jews were dent's house, 3791 Tuxedo, on situation in Danzig is a "matter
tion," "Our Criminal Courts," and
eration in a letter addressed to
of deepest concern to millions of the A. A. U. convention.
"Tribunes of the l'eople" are au-
pealed to his Jews in the Yiddish
The featu:e of every meeting is
thoritative studies in this field.
X short talk on a contemporary
Prof. Moley served with Judge tongue! Annbuncement was made
that Jews were to be made officers
topic by a member of the club.
Ephraim R. Gomberg, member Samuel Seabury in the nationally in the Russian army and navy
Harry Josselson, teacher of lan-
known investigation of the courts
guage in the Detroit Public of the board of directors of the and of the District Attorney's of- The Jews of the world were ex
Schools, spoke at the meeting of Men's Club of Temple Beth El, fice in New York City. In 1931 he pected to rejoice because a non
Oct. 28, on "The Status of Inter-
was appointed by Governor Frank- commisioned Jewish officer in Rus
sia had been recommended for the
national Languages." The speaker
' lin D. Roosevelt as research direc-
at the next meeting will be Albert
tor of the New York State Com- Order of St. George. They were
mission on the Administration of asked to believe that German
Justice. As a result of the work charges of Russian persecution
Joseph Steinberger, charter
member, after a long leave of ab-
of this commission there was cre- were untrue. The full text of a
sence, has returned to resume ac-
ated in New York the Judicial Russian manifesto against perse
tive duties as a member.
' Council and a Low Revision Corn- cution of the Jews was published
by the American press.
mission. Subsequently, Prof. Moley
A bowling team has been or-
)1 0 II IC L
In May, 1915, an item appeared
was selected by Governor Roose-
pinked under the leadership of
TI trill •-•tre
velt for the task of personally as- blaming Russian persecution o
Wedding Ceremon Jack Weiner. Any club desiring a
De Performed at match may do so by calling Irving
slating him in the collection of Jews on German influence, and
Horne and by Au- Rosen, at Townsend 6-1336. data and the formulation of policy declaring Russia's enemy, Ger
for his presidential campaign. This many, to have been the cradle of
group that he then assembled came
In the middle of July, 1915
to be known as the Brain Trust,
which, as Prof.,Moky describes it, Grand Duke Nicholas was said to
, is simply a popular description of be offering the Jews in the Rus
, f the expert service that men trained sian Army an opportunity to
40 years old, of 413 Pearl St.,
in the science of politics can and found a united and independen
Lansing, Mich., died Nov. 3. Fun-
I should give to those who are in Jewry, by retaking Palestine.
era! services were held on Nov.
On Oct. 1, 1915, came the news
' the practice of politics,
4, at Werney Funeral Home. with
Prof. Moley accompanied Mr. that a Jew, M. Weinstein, had
interment at Beth Tephila Ceme-
been elected to the Czar's council.
Roosevelt to Washington in 1933
tery. Rabbi Herman Price of
DAY OR NIGHT
, and served him in a confidential Professor B. S. Basch in a speech
She is our-
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4 capacity during the famous one in the Bronx, New York City, op-
vived by her husband, Eli; a son,
hundred days' congress in spring posed an attack on the Czar by the
Marvin, and a daughter, Leah;
of last year, when Congress formu- Jews in the United States, As
EPHRAIM R. GOMBERG
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli
fated the main body of ligislation showing its humanitaianism, the
Jewish Funeral Home
Kroskin of Palestine; It wo sis-
tern, Pauline and Lillian Krimsky will act as chairman at the ad- now known as the New Deal. Ile Russian government announced
Office, Chapel de Showrooms
of Lansing, and three brothers in dress to be given by Prof. Ray- served as liaison officer between that it had given traveling per-
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10, at 8:30 p. m., in the main au- delegation to the economic and
ditorium of Temple Beth El. An monetary conference in London. United States before the war. it
Meaning — the Most Modem Automobile in
forum will follow Prof. Mo-
He resigned his position with the was reported that Deputy Zamys-
Monuments of Character of this city. 64 years old, died open
ride velvety is only to part-picture its
the World is the now 1733 Cuick — with
government to assume the editor- lovsky was howled down when he
on Nov. 2. Funeral services were
ride.Use the words jarless,level,floating,
of "Today," a magazine de- attacked the Jews in the Russian
held on Nov. 3, with Rabbi H. N.
DYNAFIASH ENGINE and TORQU•EE SPRINGING
voted to the publication of an in-
serene—and you come a little closer.
Rosenthal officiating. lie Is sur- ADDRESS BY HOLEY
vived by four sons, Sidney, Bern-
F YOU'VE put a sparkling 1938 Buick
Rut still you neglect the directability this
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10 pretation of public affairs. The
ard, Charles and Bert.
through its thrilling paces—
circulation of this magazine rose
car gets from its new rear springing, the
steadily to the 100,000 mark, which BLUMBERG BROS. LEAD
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HARRY S. SOLINSKY
reduced risk of skidding, the simpler main-
And tried to say in words what this stand-
was unique among journals of
of 8051 Woodrow Wilson Ave..
tenance, and longer rear tire wear that go
out car's got—
66 years old, died on Oct, 29. has been more in demand for busi- opinion in this country. In Feb.
of 1937, "Today" was merged with
Funeral services were held on
Oct. 31 with interment in Clover years than he has. Ile has con- "News-Week," with Prof Mole as
t. can't cramp a new Buick into
begin to do it justice—
Hill Park Cemetery. He is sur- tinued his teaching, his editorial editor of the combined magazines.
words—only its action can tell its story.
Listen, don't think you're the only onel
Omen. and Marble linalmoot•
Ephraim R. Gomberg is chair-
vived by his wife, Mary: three work and has also enjoyed the con-
Records of the Prudential In-
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daughters, Rose Selling, Mrs. A. fidence and friendship of' the lead- man of the meeting. Tickets are
And wherever there's a Buick dealer
surance Company of America re-
"It's gotta lotto umnohl" say trier-outers
Davis and Mrs. Edward Green- yrs in the Federal government. His priced at 50 cents and may be ob.
there's a chance to try this great car out
that Blumberg Bros., well
vainly trying to express all the marvel-
field, and a son. Charles Selling. life has been an adventure in the tamed at Grinnell's and Temple
study and practice of politics,
Beth F.I. An open forum will fol. known Detroit insurance firm,
topped the company's leading
Prof. Moley was born and raised low Prof. NIoley's address.
HARRY M. JACOBSON
of Toledo, 0., formerly of De-
• There LT: be tae etaer t"
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tember. In a letter notifying
"Ummpld" meaning all you ever ex-
trolt, died on Nov. 2. Funeral of Ohio and has spent his life in
or • loved one than the 711nehat
them of their feat, Frank L. Kling-
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pected to find in a car—anda:real deal
services were held in Toledo on the study, practice and teaching of SHAAREY ZEDEK Y.P.S.
and orderly handling of the
SPRINGING, these models
Nov. 4. He is survived by his government and politics, In 1907, TEA DANCE ON SUNDAY bell, local manager for Pruden-
else in addition!
deliver at Flint, Mich., at these price*: Buick
wife, Anna; three Ions. Sidney. at the age of 21, he was elected The Young People's Society of tial, pointed out that there are
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Mrs. Bertram Krum).
ceived academic degrees at Ober- dance on Sunday, Nov. 7. at 3:30 and to be in first place for any
one month is a marvelous achieve-
touring sedan, $151; ROADMASTElt 4-door
Its College and Columbia Univer- p. m., in the social hall of the
touring sedan, $1545; LIMITED II-passenger
ment. The letter follows:
sky, and a number of honorary synagogue.
To say it's quick—nimble—agile is to do
There will be no
sedan, 57354. Special eneessories, local tares
"It is a great distinction, an you
degrees elsewhere. Ile t a u
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if say and freight extra.
SI DELAWARE AVE.
one of the
In loving memory of our dear political science pn the Mark Han- to attend. This will be the last
engine and what it does every time you
wife and mother, Anna Popkin, na Foundation at Western Reserve meeting where application for
touch off its thrifty power.
who passed away two years ago, for three years, served as director membesrhip may be made and sands of Prudential Agents all
Dec. 1, 1935 (5th day of Kislev). of the Cleveland Foundation for everyone interested in joining the over this continent, but to be in
the first place among all of the
four, and since 1923 has been at organization is urged to attend.
God f all
leaders for any one month is a
Columbia University, where he is
Another feature of the after. marvelous achievement. You have
now professor of public law.
Put In our beerta
noon will be the appearance of that distinction for the month of
Ph. lingers still
For 12 years he devoted himself the Panic, the organization's pub.
smory is Its d.sr today
September, which fact has made
to a study of the relation of crime lication.
A• Is the hour she onned away.
This vear's editorial all of us here connected with this
and the administration of justice staff Is headed by Jay Frankel
very happy indeed.
Sadly missed by her husband and served during that period in Devora Friedman and their tom-
"Please accept my heartiest
a directing and advisory capacity mittee includes Annette Manson,
upon this splen-
to crime commissions in Ohio, His- Sylvia Katz. Annabelle German.
One of the country's leading anuri, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Vir- sky. Rebecca Kahn, Allen Wes- did work. You have our sincere
----- biographers is doing the life story ginia, California and New York. ton. Morris
wishes for a continuance of your
Maurice Schwartz is planning a of Julius Rosenwald ... But Mar- He
has been recognized as the lead- Freedman. The Panic is distrib. very successful career in the in-
Yiddish production of Arnold vin Lowenthal', authorized biers-
ing authority on this subject in this uted fete of charge and will be surance business."
Zweig's war novel "The Case of
The members of the firm are
raphy of Henrietta Zzold has been country. Three of his books, issued at the regular meetings
Irving W. Blumberg and Louis
delayed. "Politics and Criminal Prosecu- once a month.
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