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4merkam 'ma Periodical CeNter

CLIFTON AVENUE • CINCINNATI 10, OHIO

937
m •••4

THEi ONLY ,ANGL•IEWISH

All Jewish News
All Jewish View;
WITHOUT BIAS

FIGHT ANTI-SEMITISM,
CALL TO CHRISTIANS

Jewish War Minister Leads
British Jewish Vets in
Armistice Day Parade

the
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TELEPHONE

CADILLAC
1-040

THE LEGAL CHRONICLE

Violators of German
Boycott Fined $75,000

NEW YORK. — In the first
case of its kind, three fur con-
cerns accused of violating the
boycott of Nazi Germany were
fined $75,000 by an arbitration
board acting on charges brought
by the Joint Boycott Council of
the American Jewish Congress
and the Jewish Labor Commit-
tee.
The decision to impose the
fine, which is to be given to
charity, was reached after a
three day-and-night session that
split the arbitration committee,
in a three to two vote.
The concerns against whom
the fines were levied are: Eit-
ingon-Schild Fur Corporation,
t h e Balkan Importing Co.,
agent for I'ellimpex in Ru-
mania, and the Alexander Bern-
stein Co.

I JEWRY IN MEXICO
I THREATENED WITH
INDUSTRIAL CURBS

Two Synagogues in War-Torn Sectors

NAZIS CONFISCATE
2,000,000 GULDENS
OF DANZIG JEWRY

Cardenas Group in Senate
Seeks to Bar "Foreign-
ers" From Business

Warsaw and Lemberg Insti-
tutes Closed After Anti-
Jewish Disorders

STATUS INVESTIGATED
BY NATIONALIST BLOC

JEWS OF POLAND ASK
MORE RELIEF EFFORTS

German Legation Assists in
Drive by the Business
Men's Chamber ,

Tygel, on Visit to Detroit,
Makes Public Impor-
tant Statement

Per Year, $3.00; Per Copy, 10 Cent*

New Babylonian Find
Verifies Scriptures

JERUSALEM (WNS — Pal-
cor Agency) — An archaeo-
logical discovery of wide sig-
nificance because of its veri-
fication of scriptural stories of
Abraham's time was reported
here by a French expedition
excavating at Tel Al Ilariri,
where hundreds of Babylonian
inscriptions of Abraham's per-
iod were found. The finds in-
clude many Ilebrew names and
accounts of the wanderings of
the Semite tribes.

PISGAH EVENTS ON
80T" ANNIVERSARY

In a cable to the New York
Zelig Tygel, executive secre-
Times from Mexico City under
tary of the Federation of Polish
date of Nov. 7, Frank L. Kluck-
Jews in America, during a three-
hohn reveals new dangers facing
Two of the synagogues in the most troubled portions of tho day stay in Detroit in the course Rabbi Foliation One of the
the Mexican Jews. His cable fol- earth's surface today are represented in these pictures taken from of which he addressed a confer-
Speakers; Gov. Murphy
lows:
the files of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. On the ence on Sunday, at the Bnai
to Be Guest Nov. 21
"The anti-Jewish campaign in left is an interior of the famous "El Transito," ancient synagogue Moshe, and met with a number
Mexico attained serious dimen- in Toledo, Spain. Built in the Golden Age it became • church after of leaders on Tuesday evening,
sions this evehing when the im- the expulsion in 1492 and was restored as a national monument in at the Statler, disclaimed a de-
At its next meeting to be held
portant National Revolutionary 1888. The surprisingly imposing edifice on the right is the syna- sire to oppose or criticize the Monday, Nov. 15, at the Mecca-
party bloc of the Senate asked gogue in Harbin, Manchuria.
Joint Distribution Committee and bee Bldg., promptly at 8 p. m.,
the Department of the Interior
made public a statement by lead- Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith has
to send Congress a list of the
ers of Polish Jewry urging the arranged through the efforts of
Conference on Sunday Will Jews in Mexico, a report on their
Jews of America not to discon- its entertainment committee,
Schools
Commence
Elect Delegates to Wash- status under Mexican law and an
tinue relief efforts.
headed by Sam bfaza, for a pro-
Membership Drive
estimate of the amount of capital
ington Convention
The need for united political
they have in this country.
action by American Jewry in be-
"This followed the introduction
. The annual membership
half of the l'olish Jews and a re-
Philip Adler, foreign correspon- in Congress of a bill backed by
campaign of the United Ile-
iteration of the necessity for the
dent of the Detroit News who the National Revolutionary party,
brew Schools was launched
continuance of further fund rais-
has just returned from an eight- the supporters of President La-
Jewish Education in Amer- ing efforts by the American Com-
Thursday evening, Nov. 11, at
month tour of Europe. will ad- zaro Cardenas, proposing the ex-
ica
to
Be
Stressed
at
a meeting held at the home of !
mittee Appeal for the Jews in
dress the conference of the De- clusion of "foreigners" from all
Aaron A. Silberblatt, chairman.
Poland was stressed by Mr. Tygel.
Conference Hera
troit chapter of the American small industries in the country.
This campaign, which is gener-
As justification of the American
Government officials said the mea-
ally scheduled to begin the
Committee's Appeal for funds and
sure was aimed against Jews.
More than 1,000 delegates from in answer to a recent statement
early part of November, has
Aimed at "Foreigners"
been postponed this year on
41 states are expected to attend by Joseph C. Ilyman, executive
"A bill to exclude Jews from
account of the Community
the 14th annual convention of secretary of the J. D. C., Mr. Ty-
taking part in Mexican commerce
Fund drive, and while the cam-
gel presented a letter recently
Junior Hadassah, the Young received from
and barring them from citizen-
paign was launched Thursday
a representative
ship in Mexico had been previous-
Women's Zionist Organization of committee of Polish Jewish lead-
evening, the workers will not
ly introduced in Congress, but
go out to solicit before the
America, at Hotel Statler in De- era urging the continuance of the
was killed in committee as 'un-
complete termination of the
appeal for funds for Polish re-
troit, from Nov. 25 to 28,
constitetionala The new bill mere-
Community Fund appeal.
lief. The letter urges the Polish
The delegates will represent the
ly excluded "foreigners" from
The membership fee in the
Federation "to continue the relief
16,000 members of the organiza-
taking part in small businesses.
United Hebrew Schools is $5
work begun by you, the relief
tion. Miss Sophie B. Schwartz
"There are about 18,000 Jews
a year. The number of mem-
work so badly needed and carried
heads the Detroit committee of
in Mexico, many of whom are
bers on the schools roster at
on . . . In behalf of the Jews in
Mexican citizens. Most of them
arrangements.
the present time is about 1,000.
Poland."
entered Mexico at the invitation
Miss Adena Lipschitz of New
It is the aim of the chairman,
Mr. Tygel said he regretted the
of former president Plutarco
York, convention chairman, an- utterance of Mr. Hyman because
Mr. Silberblatt, the president
Ellias Calles, but many families
nounced that one of the major it was a violation of informal
of the schools, Harry Cohen,
RABBI JEROME D. FOLKMAN
have been here since the Spanish
discussions at the convention will promises made by J. D. C. lead-
and the members of the com-
conquest.
mittee to reach the 2,000
center about the education pro-1 ers not to attack the Federation, gram of Variety acts. The meet-
Nazi. Support Move
mark.
gram of Junior Iladassah, The !although refusing to negotiate ing will be open only to the mem-
Leads Armistice Parade
"The anti-Jewish campaign,
convention will open formally on with them. At a meeting in Pitts- bers of the lodge.
LONDON. — (WNS) — A
which is expected to succeed un-
Thanksgiving Day with a keynote burgh, Mr. Hyman said the J. D.
At this meeting Benjamin F.
member of the British cabinet
less checked by President Car-
address by Mrs. Benjamin 1Veln- C. regards as "unwise and unde- Goldman, general chairman of the
participated in a public Jewish
denas, has been directed by the
rach of Philadelphia, president of sirable" the "separate and com- 80th anniversary committee, and
demonstration for the first time
Mexican Chamber of Commerce
the organization. The education petitive efforts of the Federation Dr. Victor Droock, chairman of
when Leslie Ilore-Belisha, Eng-
for Small Industries and the
session will follow, with Dr. of Polish Jews."
the 80th anniversary membership
land's Jewish Secretary of War,
German legation here, working
Emanuel Gamoran of Cincinnati,
The statement of the Polish- drive, will present detailed and
marched at the head of 8,000
through the large number of Ger-
PHILIP ADLER
noted educator, as speaker. "The Jewish leaders, signed by Chief final reports in connection with
members of the Jewish Ex-Serv-
mans in Mexico, most of them
Legend of Zionism," a pageant, Rabbi Rubinstein of Vilna, Dep- the events that will take place
icemen's Legion in their annual Jewish Congress at 2:30 D. m. members of Nazi organizations.
will be presented by the Central uty Sommerstein of Lemberg.
Armistice Day celebration. Lord this Sunday, Nov. 14, in the As-
"Under the Cardenas regime Commencement Exercises to States Region, as a demonstration Isaac M. Levine, chairman of the on Nov. 21, at the Statler Hotel,
when the 80th anniversary of the
Athlone, a cousin of King George, sembly Hall of the Bnai Moshe, consuls were ordered not to ad-
Be Held Next Wednes-
of an education program, Written Polish Agudath; Adolph Silber- lodge will be celebrated.
inspected the Jewish veterans Dexter and Lawrence. Mr. Adler mit Jews who sought to reside in
by Miss Deborah Sternberg of Hebei's, head of the Ilitachduth
day
Evening
Rabbi Folkman to Speak
drawn up in parade formation. spent several months in Poland Mexico. Only 300 exiles from
Brooklyn, national cultural chair- Poale Zion Party in Galicia, Ber-
Plans are being completed for
Chief Rabbi Joseph Hertz con- and is one of the best informed Germany were permitted to come
man, the pageant will portray the nard Zundelewicz, president of the reception to the Hon. Alfred
ducted the memorial services at men in America today on the here. Most of them were pro-
Eighteen boys and girls have drama of the rebuilding of the the Jewish Small Merchants As-
M. Cohen of Cincinnati, inter-
the tomb of the Unknown Soldier Polish-Jewish question. Ile has fessional men. No Jews were
completed the entire junior high Jewish Homeland after 2,000 years sociation, and others who com- national president of the order;
in Whitehall. Major Harry Na- also made a study of conditions among the 300."
of the dispersion of the Jews. A prise the committee for the distri- Dr. A. Greenberg of Omaha,
school
course
prescribed
by
the
than. member of the House of in Italy. Czechoslovakia and the
reader and 25 persons will be in bution of funds remitted by the president of District No. 6, and
Cardenas Studies Petition
Commons. was field marshall of Scandinavian countries, has in-
United Ilebrew Schools and will
Federation, said that it had dis- Governor Frank Murphy. These
MEXICO CITY (WNS)—Presi- ]4ceive their diplomas at the com- the cast.
the parade.
terviewed the heads of several
The educational session will tributed about 600,000 zlotys in notables have consented to be
governments and is thus in posi- dent Lazaro Cardenas has agreed
mencement exercises which will close with the presentation of gold the last 17 months.
present to share in the celebra-
Christians Urged to War on Anti- tion to speak with authority on to examine the lengthy memoran-
Semitism
the European situation.
dum submitted to him by the Jew- be held Wednesday evening, Nov. keys to new members of the Nazis Confiscate Deposits of Dan- tion and will occupy conspicuous
Junior
Iladassah
Cultural
Fellow-
places in the program arranged
NEW YORK.— (WNS) —
Sunday's conference is called ish Chamber of Commerce in pro- 17, at 8:15, in the auditorium of
zig Jews
ship, a scholastic "inner circle" to
for the occasion.
Christians of all sects are urged primarily for the purpose of elect- test against the proposed anti- the Philadelphia-Byron School.
DANZIG (WNS) — Employ-
which are admitted only those who
Much interest also centers
not only to protest' against anti- ing delegates to the convention Semitic legislation pending in a
The following are the gradu- successfully complete a three-year ing the "other methods of elimi- about the address to be delivered
Semitism but to do everything of the American Jewish Congress Senate committee, he informed
ates: Leah Baschin, Bertha Cohen, course of intensive study in He- nating Jewish influence" promised in the evening by Rabbi Jerome
in their power to stop it" in a to be held in Washington, D. C., the chamber in a telegram. Ile
George Domnitch, Saul Domnitch, brew, Jewish history and litera- by the Free City's government D. Folkman of Grand Rapids. The
news letter to members issued by on Nov. 27 and 28. Detroit is indicated that pressure of public
Joseph F.pel, Ruben Hillel Isaacs,
after it had repudiated responsi-
the Church Peace Union and the to be represented by 20 dele- duties made it impossible for him Sylvia Isbee, Paul Kalmanowitz, ture and Jewish traditional cus- bility for the recent anti-Jewish subject of Rabbi Folkman's ad-
dress will be "Refracted Glory."
toms.
to receive a Jewish delegation, bat
American Council of the World gates.
Bessie Kramer, Richard Kramer,
excesses here, the Nazi police ar- An interesting and effective
A mass meeting will be held
Alliance for International Friend-
Important resolutions on is- explained that the memorandum. Miriam Kumove, Fanny Lipshitz,
rested a number of prominent
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which is already in his possession,
ship Through the Churches. De-
(PLEASE TURN TO LAWT PAGE)
Sarah Lipshitz, Florence Rosen- Thursday night to hear ad- Jewish businessmen and confiscat-
is sufficiently detailed and compre-
dresses on the proposed partition ed their bank deposits amounting
scribing the persecution of Jews
thal, Rose Shur, Isadore Stein,
hensive, to cover the situation.
"by Christians and Christian na-
Lillian Tron and Kalman Whit- of Palestine into independent Arab to nearly 2,000,000 guldens. Those
Meanwhile, it was learned that
tions" as one of the blackest
and Jewish states.
man.
arrested included Dr. Leo Gold-
the anti-Semitic bill which has
pages in the history of religion"
Friday will be devoted to an haber, director of the Jewish l'ub-
In addition to these 10 boys
created alarm in Jewish circles,
and specifically denouncing the
unusual
presentation
of
reports.
lic Bank, which was forbidden to
and girls, there arc 14 more who
is doomed to die in committee.
persecution of Jews in Rumania
(PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 1)
have completed the junior high Instead of a routine account of
Scheduled for Services Nov. 19i
and Poland," the news letter de-
the
year's
work
by
each
activity
A call has been issued to all
school course although they dis-
Judge Hertz of Cleveland to
clares that "with all the misery
chairman, an informal discussion
Jewish organizations of Detroit
continued
attending
classes,
while
Speak on Dec. 3
in the world at the present time
some have succeeded in complet- will take place on the platform
and the difficult situations in to send delegates to the confer-
ence called by the Jewish Na-
ing the entire senior course. These among a group of chairmen, whosel
which no many people find them-
Isidore
Sobeloff, executive di-
conversation
will
reveal
the
year's
,
tional Fund Council of Detroit
boys and girls too will receive
selves, there are no people who
rector of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
for the purpose of enlarging ac-
their diplomas at the commence- activities and future plans, show-!
are being harder hit and more
eration
of
Detroit. will be the
the
interlocking
relationship
ing
tivities in Detroit.
ment exercises. They are: Frances
unjustly deprived of their rights
speaker at the late Friday evening
Berris, Meyer Danzig, Bernard of all departments of activity. A
Under the chairmanship of Hy-
than the Jews throughout the
services of Congregation Shaarey
Is
Part
of
Exhibit
of
the
banquet
will
be
held
Friday
night,
Fischer, Fanny Grossberg. Anna
Nazis Are Not Pleased With Zedek on Nov. 19.
man Holskin, a committee con-
world.
Jewish Theological
Hecker, Annette Isaacs, Irving with Mrs. Moses P. Epstein of
the Re-Election of
"Anti-Semitism in any form is sisting of William Hordes. I. Sos-
On Dec. 3, the speaker will be
New York, new president of Senior
Isaacs,
Joseph
Levin,
Anna
Olen-
nick,
D.
Graff
and
Mrs.
B.
Lich-
Seminary
an ugly manifestation. The Polish
Judge David Ralph Hertz of
LaGuardia
der, Sylvia Rodin, Esther Shevitz, liadassah, as speaker.
people have reason to be ashamed tenstein is mobilizing forces
Cleveland, whose subject will be
A panel discussion on the rela-
The first Hebrew grammar pub- Ethel Shur, Sarah Shur, Lillian
of what is being done and what among organizations for work
"A Realist Looks at the Consti-
tion of communism, fascism and
NEW YORK (WNS) — Judge
is proposed as a further depres- that was planned at the national lished in America, written in 1735 Weintraub.
democracy
to Zionism is scheduled Irving Lehman, re-elected without tution."
conference
held
in
Detroit
in
Five boys and girls have been
by Judah Monis, the first instruc-
sive action against the Jews.
The 75th anniversary of Shaarey
tor of Ilebrew at Harvard Col- chosen to deliver brief addresses. for Saturday afternoon, following opposition to a second 14-year term Zedek will be observed on Dec.
There are 3,000,000 Jews in Po- October.
The conference of organizations lege, is one of the items of a They are: Richard Kramer, chair- a party and luncheon of unit presi-
land. When Poland was reunited
10,
11 and 12, at special services
as justice of the New York State
and established after her long will be held at the Bnai Moshe. special exhibition at the Museum man; George Domnitch, Isador dents. A formal dance will be held
at which prominent guest speak-
Saturday night.
Court of Appeals, led an array of ers will address the congregation.
partition, the people of the United Dexter and Lawrence. at 2:30 of the Jewish Theological Semi- Stein, Leah Baschin and Miriam
The Sunday morning session will 44 Jews who won state, county and
P. m. on Sunday. Nov. 21.
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nary of America, 122nd St. and Kumove. Their talks will center
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Broadway, New York, arranged about the general theme of Jew-
city offices throughout the Empire '
ish
values,
with
reference
to
the
by the Seminary Library and the
State. In the Fusion landslide that
American Jewish Historical So- Mischna in the sixth perek of the
crushed Tammany Hall, Stanley
ciety to celebrate National Edu- "Ethics of the Father," "That
God made five possessions, or
Isaacs was elected president of
cation Week.
The rare volume is one of the values, his own in his world."
the Borough of Manhattan, suc-
A Description of the Work of the Hillel Foundations and few
surviving copies and is ex- Some of these "possessions," such
ceeding Samuel Levy. Algernon
the A. Z. A. Groups
hibited together with a photo- as the Torah, Israel, the Temple,
Nova was elected to the Supreme
By BERNARD
stat of the bookseller's advertise- will be discussed by the graduates.
Court in Brooklyn and Aaron J.
Ten
years
ago,
under
the
guid-
The ceremony. of handing over
ment of its publication and a num-
By EDWARD E. GRUSD
ance of Dr. Leo M. Franklin, Con Levy, fighting off stiff opposition,
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TURN
TO
:.AST
POOL)
ber
of
early
American
Hebrew
Managing Editor, Bn•i Brith Magazine
"Give until it hurts" he said
gregation Beth El of Flint, Mich. was re-elected to the Supreme
grammar and textbooks.
was founded by a limited number Court in Manhattan. Six Jews were and he made "This Thing of
How Grammar Was Printed
of ri, raa Lear. of
elected to the Municipal court: Giving," as depicted in henry
of
Reform
Jews
in
Flint
who
wor
EIRITOR • n MOTE; On the oeranIon of the a(th nntareroary
Judah Monis had been dicta-
Intel 55055. to he of/nerved bete on bon. tt, ere are ples,11 to prenent •
shipped for a long period in a Henry Schimmel, William Katzen Rosenfelt's book, the art of his
series of •rtlelee on the work of thlo IntrenotIona1 order by the nhie
ting his grammar, to be copied
of the Mal It/11h aaaaa The first three arts/Ie. appeared so
rented hall. Beth El has grown to . stein, Myron Sulzberger, Abraham life. By precept and example he
edit ,
oerIns
of
Sit.
in
longhand
by
his
students,
until
Ihe
f,rIh
ankle
to

rarest 1,... The fellontn•
a congregation of more than . 100 Goodman, Charles Marks and liar (lid more than any other man in
he was given • grant by the col-
America to make his brethren
On Friday evening, Nov. 19. the families and is now worshipping ry Eppig.
lege to publish it in 1735. Type
The following 12 Jews were conscious of their obligation to
The proof of the pudding is in later became president of Adolf was ordered from England. but pulpit of Temple Beth El will be in its own very beautiful Temple
Kraus Lodge in Chicago, one of
elected
to
the
State
Assembly
from
the poor and the suffering in Is-
occupied by Dr. Charles Haven which it acquired two years ago.
the eating. and no it is with Bnai
the biggest Bnai Brith lodges in arrived in imperfect condition,
Its first permanent minister waft New York City districts: Leonard rael here and abroad, with the re-
Brith's Jewish youth organiza- the country. A third is now in and had to be completed by a Myers, pastor of the North Wood- Rabbi Bernard Zeiger, now direc- Farbstein, al Goldberg, Ira II sult that huge and unprecedented
ward Congregational Church.
tions, the Hillel Foundations and charge of the New York branch later shipment A copy was or-
Dr. Myers ranks among the tor of the Hillel Foundation of the Holley, Bernard Austin, Hyman funds were collected and distri-
dered by the college for each
A. Z. A. Both are now 13 years of the Anti-Defamation League.
keenest thinkers in the Detroit University of North Carolina and Gittleson, Irwin Steingut, Cherie buted to relieve the distress and
overseer,
member
of
the
corpora-
old—old enough to have produced A fourth served as president of tion, professor, and tutor and the ministry. His interest in civic and his successor and present incum- I Breitbart, Max Turshen, Car to salvage human lives. ',adieus
"alumni." Those alumni. the another big Chicago Bnai Brith students were required to pur- social problems is pronounced. lie bent of the pulpit is Rabbi Elmer Pack, Irving Dellinger, Benjamin larly among the war victims of
Brenner and Nathan Minkoff, the Europe. There were emendators
oldest of them, are still youths lodge.
Berger.
chase the grammar, for Hebrew is a forceful and eloquent speak-
Rise of Michigan Men
The 10th anniversary of the latter two being candidates of the and revisor' who attempted to im-
in their early thirties, but already
er, a roan of broad vision and of
was a prescribed study.
A
Wisconsin
Hillel
alumna!'
is
American
Labor Party. There were prove upon the slogan of the
congregation
will
be
celebrated
they are proving the value of Hil-
The author was a colorful deep sympathies. Ile is the succes-
lel and A. Z. A. in their Jewish now at Oxford on a Rhodes Schol- zharacter. Ile was probably born sor in his Present pulpit to Dr. with appropriate 'services next also 22 Jews elected delegates to founder and leader of the J. D.
arship:
another
recently
returned
the
1938
state
constitutional con C. just as there were promoters
Friday evening, Nov. 19. The an-
lives.
in Italy. in a family of Portu- Chester B, Emerson, now dean of
niversary address will be deliver- motion. They were Samuel Un of drives who sought to drama-
Space will permit only the brief- from a year of study in Pales-
gue0e allure:los, and studied in the Episcopal Cathedral at Cleve-
tine;
a
third
received
such
a
good
terrnyer
and
Benjamin
Feinberg, tize the need by holding banquets
ed by Dr. Franklin. The celebra-
est mention of only a few of the
Leghorn and Amsterdam before land.
hundreds of examples I might Jewish background at Wisconsin's serving as a rabbi on the island
Dr. Myers has chosen as his sub- tion will culminate in a banquet on delegates-at-large, and E. I. Ru- of black bread and water and by
Hillel
Foundation
that
he
is
today
benstein,
Philip
M.
Kleinfeld,
B. throwing lemons into assembling
Sunday evening. Nov. 21, when an
mention.
of Jamnica, and later in New York ject for his discourse at the Tem-
C. Ribman, Irwin Steinrut. Abra audiences, but Felix M. Warburg,
An Illinois Hillel graduate, who a member of the political depart-
City. He is next heard of in Cam- ple, "Conserving These Value*" announcement is expected that a ham Kraditor, Murray Gootrad, though he tolerated various cam-
knew
ment
of
the
American
Jewish
came from a village and
bridge. where in 1722 he was con- He comes to the Temple in the sufficient sum of money has been Murray Stand, Morris Eder, Ed- paign antics, at bottom abhored
absolutely nothing about Jewish Committee.
nature of an exchange of pulpits gathered from the membership of
Two Ohio State Mlle] alumni, verted to Christianity under the
ward Weinfeld, Edgar J. Nathan, the sensational and bizarre is
life, attended the Graduate School
tutelage of Rev. Increase Mather with Dr. Leo M. Franklin who re- the temple to pay off the mort- William Schwartz, Harold Reigel- public appeals and wanted to de-
who
later
married
each
other.
for Jewish Social Work in New
and other local clerk:. Imme- cently spoke from the pulpit of gage on the new building. This man, Max D. Steuer, Alexander send most upon that humane fel-
York and is now supervisor for have served, respectively. as presi-
has
been
accomplished
largely
the
Congregational
Church,
diately thereafter he was ■ P-
low-feeling which makes one feel
the Jewish Board of Guardians dent of the Columbus Bnai Brith
The public is invited to attend through the efforts of Rabbi Ber- Falk, Benjamin Bernstein, Henry
Pointed the first instructor in He.
the hurt of want and destitution.
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there. Arwther, who had served lodge and president of the wo-
ger.
this service.
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BERLIN. — (WNS) — Break-
ing through the supposedly iron-
clad Nazi press censorship, the
underground German Freedom
Party is flooding Germany with a
pamphlet containing extensive
quotes from President Roosevelt's
famous Chicago speech in which
he urged the quarantine of na-
tions disturbing world peace and
bitterly assailed dictatorships.
Mailed in Stuttgart, the ' pam-
phlets were delivered through the
snail to foreign newspaper cor-
respondents together with another
anti-Nazi pamphlet assailing Ger-
many's farm policy.
Imprisonment for two years and
a stiff fine are the punishment
provided for violators of a new
decree forbidding German citizens
to make presents or bequests in
their wills to legal heirs who have
married Jews or part Jews since
the enactment of the Nuremberg
laws in September, 1935. The de-
cree hits at potential Jewish heirs
in another way by forbidding be-
quests to persons who have been
deprived of their German citizen-
ship by Nazi authorities.
The first anti-Semitic stamp in
history will be issued by the Ger-
man postal authorities as part of
a new series of postcards to be
published in connection with the
opening of The Eternal Jew," the
new anti-Semitic exposition in
Munich. The exhibit features
material made notorious by Julius
• Streicher and endeavors to prove
that the Jews have been an evil
force throughout history.

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IN MICHIGAN

DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1937

Vol. XXXIX No. 25

Underground Freedom Party
Floods Country With
Anti-Nazi Pamphlet

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ETROIT LWISII

and

ROOSEVELT SPEECH
SECRETLY SPREAD
IN NAZI GERMANY

- NEWSPAPER PRINTED

ADLER TO ADDRESS
CONGRESS PARLEY

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1,000 AT CONCLAVE
OF JR. HADASSAH

32 TO GET U. H. S. ,
JR. HIGH DIPLOMAS

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Sobeloff to Speak
At Shaarey Zedek

J. N. F. Conference
On Sunday, Nov. 21

1" U. S. HEBREW
GRAMMAR ON VIEW

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71 JEWS ELECTED
IN SEVEN STATES

Bnai Brith Youth Movements

Franklin to Preach
Anniversary Sermon
at Flint on Nov. 19

Dr. Meyers to Speak
at Beth El Nov. 19

PALESTINE ARABS
SEEK SUPPORT IN
ROME AND BERLIN

Nationalists Ask Financial
Aid as Well as Am-
munition

TERRORISM CONTINUES
WITH SEVERAL DEATHS

Colonial Secretary Says Po-
litical Limit on Immi-
gration Temporary

JERUS ALEM (WNS-Palcor
Agency) — Arabs exiled from
l'alestine have named delegations
to leave soon for Rome and Ber-
lin to obtain support for the Pal-
estine-Arab cause from the Fascist
and Nazi governments, it was re-
ported here in Arab circles, The
objective of the Arab envoys is to
obtain financial aid as well as arms
to strengthen the Arab nationalist
and independence movement in the
Holy Land.
A merciless fusillade of bul-
lets from the guns of • large

band of Arabs killed five Jew•
ish pioneers ot. Noy. 9, as they
worked In the field, near Kir.
lath Anavim, having bean sep-
arated from the main body of
farmers. The ruthless assass in.
ations occurred about four kilo.
meters from Kiryath Anavim,
the hillside settlement outside
Jerusalem. The five killed, all
chalutzim from Kvutzah Ma.
Initlleit of the Hanoar Haoeved
(Working Youth), were Isaac
Migdal,
Joshua Pochowsky,
Moshe Bargiora, Arieh Mord°.
chowitz and Aaron 011ishivsky.
Bargiora was formerly known
as Baumgarten. Migdal had
been a ghaffir.
The chief rabbinate of Pales-
tine proclaimed the cessation of
work throughout Palestine for
the period of the funeral which
started from the liadas.ah Hos•
pita! In Jerusalem and proceed-
ed to Kiriat Anavim, where the
Interment took place. The
meeting of the council of the
Histadruth was broken up in
the middle of a debate when
the report of the killings was
received.
All five had been
members of the Histadruth. The
70 members of the council pro-
ceeded as scheduled to the un-
veiling of • tombstone for
Moshe Beilinson, editor of the
Darer, labor daily, but the
mood of all the members was
is depressed that no speeches
of eulogy were given. The
only words recited at the tomb-
stone were the names of the
victims of the Kiriath /snaring
murders. The large assembly
which had gathered for the tin.
veiling dispersed silently.
As shooting and bombings at
troops and civilians continued,
moderate Arabs leaders, includ-
ing several mayors, met in Jer-
usalem for a conference to
combat terrorism. It was de-
cided to abandon the extremist
policies of the refugee mufti
of .Jerusalem and to adopt •
new program to press Arab na-
tionalist demands. A confer.
ence held at the same time by
the followers of the mufti re-
solved with equal vigor to op-
pose the policy of moderation
as being Ineffective for political
purposes.
A large detachment of police
and Black Watch troops sur-
rounded the Arab village of Sil-
wan on the edge of Jerusalem In
a vigorous search for the Cer-
ro who killed Privates Mil-
ton and Hutchinson of the
Black Watch regiment on the
main thoroughfare below the
Jaffa Gate. One of the village
ers was kilisd and another see.
iously wounded when they at-
tempted to resist soldien carry-
ing out • search for the ter-
✓acists and for arms. The air.
cling of the 'Mage by the
troops was made the signal for
heavy stoning of individual sol-
Police dogs led the
diers.
troops to three houses where
three arrests were made. Two
of the houses were immediate-
ly blown up as this authorities
believed they had found the
homes of the killers. Virtually
every one of the notable. of
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Felix Warburg the Man and His
Motto: "Give Until It Hurts"

G. RICHARDS

Thus the more comforting cor-
rected rallying-cry of "Give until
it feels good" never gained ac -
ceptance and the original legend
prevailed to give testimony to &-
purer and more poignant motive.
After many years of drives and
public appeals. Mr. Warburg be-
came quite tired of the tumble.
the noise, the hectic atmosphere.
and excitements of campaigns. It
was to the some laenry Rosenfelt
the original secretary of the
American Jewish Relief Commit-
tee, that he more recently ad-
dressed certain admonitions. He
wanted him to undertake to raise
a certain sum of money for the
Jewish Theological Semina• He
was ready to underwrite the ex-
pense of the campaign and willing
to contribute to a substantial
amount toward the sum that wax
sought- "But,' be added, with a
sardonic touch of Ma unfailing
humor. "I don't want to attend
any dinner*. I am tick of eating
grapefruits."
Following in the footsteps of
his famous kinsman. Jacob X.
Schiff. and carrying forward lb.

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