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CLIFTON AVENUE • CINCINNATI 20, OHIO

THEPLTROIFJEWISR

December 3, 1937

.nel

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ever to be faced with the handi-
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lated debts if you should die un-
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policy—plan adjusted to suit your needs and your earning
power--that will give your family a fair start in the struggle
which would face them if you should be called away unex-
pectedly. See me for particulars.

BNAI DAVID CHANUKAH1U. S. PROFESSORS
CONCERT THIS SUNDAY PROTEST AGAINST
"GHETTO BENCHES"

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Kagan, the soloists of the concert;
a choir of 20 men and women and
an the glorious record of Po-
the orchestra, in a group of the lish participation in the great
beautiful traditional melodies and
republic of letters; on the con•
hymns associated with Chanukah,' tributions of Kopernik, Konar•
beginning with the "Benchen of ski, Lelewel, Ciesskowski, and
the Chanukah Licht." The second Mickiewics, as well as of more
part of the program is composed of recent Polish scholars. We are

heartened also by the fact that
• number of very distinguished
members of the faculties of
your institutions of higher
learning, continuing in the
hle tradition,
spirit of an Is
have raised their voices against
this discrimination.
We ap-
peal to you, our colleagues in
Poland, to oppose thi s plan of
segregation and to seek peace
through means that are in con•
.ononre with the great trodi•
tio n of Polish and world schol-
arship."

SEYMOUR J. CHEM

1512 UNION GUARDIAN BLDG.

"GREAT-WEST LIFE



JACK MANN
President

CARL SCHILLER
General Manager

CANTOR KAPOV-KAGAN



JOE ZOHOTT
Service Manager

CHANUKAH
GREETINGS

The entire JACK MANN Organization unites in
felicitating you upon this occasion. Each and
every one of them extends to you all
Best Wishes for a Most Joyous
Holiday



JACK MANN

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folk songs with a Chanukah theme
and orchestral selections. The
third part consists of another
group of folk songs and orchestral
selections of broad general themes.
This concert was not undertak-
en as a fund-raising venture. The
board and members of Congrega-
tion Bnai David sincerely felt
there existed in Detroit the place
and need for a musical effort of
this kind. Neither expense, time
nor effort has been spared. It is
felt that this concert will be a
definite contribution to, Detroit
Jewry's cultural and musical ef-
forts and be a delight to all who
wish to enjoy Chanukah in the tra-
ditional manner, with song and
music.
Tickets can be obtained at the
door, also at Grinnell's Music
Store on Woodward Ave., George
V. Drug Store, Pearlman's Del-
icatessen and Nate's Delicatessen,
on Dexter Blvd., Wolok's Grocery
Store, Felhandler's Bakery, Lon-
don's Delicatessen and Cortlandt
Drug Store on Linwood, Plotkin's
and Chessluck's Book Stores on
12th St., New Modern Warsaw
Bakery on Westminster, or by
calling Ben M. Gorelick at TO
7-7928 or TY 5-7260.

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Through Detroit unit of Jun-
ior Hadassah, the following trees
were planted in the Fred H. But-
zel Forest in Palestine: Two trees
by Junior Iladassah in honor of
Mrs, Max Zivian; one tree by Ruth
and Bernice Friedland in memory
of Mrs, Bessie Maranz.

TREES PLANTED THROUGH
THE HADASSAH COMMITTEE

Mrs. S. L. Kavanau, chairman
of the Jewish National Fund Com-
mittee of Hadassah, announces
that trees have been planted in
Palestine in commemoration of the
Yahrzeit of Louis Sandorf, Dec.
25, and Sophie Sandorf Kane, Jan.
11, by their daughter, Mrs. Robert
S. Drews.
In honor of the 25th wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Smith, trees are also planted by
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Shetzer.
Certificates for trees planted in
Palestine, and Huleh Giff Bonds
make appropriate gifts for the
Chanuka season. If any one has a
box to be emptied, a telephone call
Kavanau's committee to open it.
will bring a member of Sirs.
Mrs. Kavanau may be reached at
1999 Calvert avenue, Townsend
8-3834, .

Infants Service
Group Wrestling
Match on Dec. 13

A wrestling match is sponsored
by the Infants Service Group, to
be held on Monday evening, Dec.
13, at the Arena Gardens.
Mrs. Lee Wittus, chairman, an-
nounces that the group has secured
1,000 tickets which sell at $1.00
each. The profits derived will be
used to further the charitable work
of the organization.
The Infants Service Group met
at the home of Mrs. Harry Clark,
3294 Glendale, on Monday, Nov. 22.
Mrs. Max Dushkin, guest speak-
er, gave a book review on The
1Life of Mrs. Rebekah Kohut."
Mrs. Adolph Lowenstine of
Delta Omega Iota National So-
rority, who visited the group, gave
a talk and announced that her
sorority would co-operate with the
group, by donating layettes for the
group cases.
The Infants Service Group held
a joint board meeting on Monday
afternon, Nov. 22, with the Eva
Prenzlauer Maternity Group, with
whom it is affiliated, and discussed
the donor luncheon of the Eva
Prenzlauer Maternity Aid.
A special meeting was held at
the home of Mrs. Ralph Goldsmith,
on Monday, Nov. 29, at 2730 Elm-
hurst. The group was enthused
about the milk fund bout, which
it is planning for Dec. 13. Mem-
hers are working hard to make this
a success.
A pep meeting will be held Mon-
day evening, Dec. 6, at the home of
Mrs. Louis Fried, of Calvert Ave.

Official Washington circles are
keenly interested in the report that
one of the objectives of the Ameri-
can visit of Captain Fritz Weide-
mann, Hitler's number one yes-
man, is to win over some of our
big-shot anti-New Deal industri-
alists to the support of Ritler's

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THE LEGAL CHRONICLE.

Among the deans, presidents,
heads of departments of colleges,
universities, professional schools,
who signed this appeal are: Prof.
Robert C. Angell, University of
Michigan; Prof. Ernest M. Ban-
zet, Michigan State College; Prof.
Russell Bowers, Michigan State
College; Prof, Edgar N. Durfee,
Law School, University of Michi-
gan; Prof. Merrill P. Gay, Michi-
gan State College; Prof. W. 0.
Hedrick, Michigan State College;
I'rof. Everett E. Mogen, Michigan
State College; Prof. Samuel L.
Levin, Wayne University; Prof.
J. F. Thaden, Michigan State
College; Prof. 0. Olrey, Michigan
State College; Prof. C. R. Upham,
Michigan State College; Prof.
Herman J. Wygarden, Michigan
State College.

French Plea for Polish Jews

PARIS. — The committee for
the Defense of the Rights of Jews
in Central and Eastern Europe,
of which Senator Justin Godart
is president, issued an appeal to
Polish public opinion over the sig-
natures of 24 French political,
intellectual and religious leaders
calling upon the intellectuals and
the clergy of Poland to bring
to an end the persecutions and
pogroms to which Polish Jews are
being subjected.
Calling the present situation of
the Jews in Poland "intolerable,"
the committee asked for an equit-
able settlement of the Jewish
Problems of the country and for
the establishment of a regime of
equality of civic rights which Po-
land has guaranteed in interna-
tional treaties.

Distinguished Signers

The appeal was signed by Dep-
uty Maxence Bible, Senator Aime
Berthod, Henri Bergson, the phil-
osopher; General Brissaud-Des-
maillet, Maurice Berle, vice-presi-
dent of the Radical Socialist
party; Madeleine Coulon, general
secretary of the committee; Sen-
ator Maurice Dormann, Paul
Devinat, Professor Paul Faucon-
net of the Sorbonne, Oscar de
Ferenzy, editor of La Justa Par-
ole; Senator Godart, Antonin
Cosset, former Minister Henri
Guernut, Professor Jacques finds-
mord, Professor Edouard Jordan,
Pastor Lauga, member of the
committee of the Y. M. C. A.; Dr.
Charles Laubry, Prof. Lucien
Levy-Bruhl, ' Pierre May, Prof.
Jean Perrin, Nobel Prize winner;
Deputy Ernest Perot, General Vi-
dal, Prof. Wautier d'Aigalliers
and Dr. Leon Zadoc-Kahn.
The appeal recalled that more
than a century ago Lafayette was
honorary president of a commit-
tee of Polish exiles in France that
was set up to prepare for the
attainment of equality of rights
and duties for Polish Jews, and
declared:
"Nowadays the anti-Semitic agi-
tators have succeeded in provok-
ing several pogroms upon the
noble soil of Poland, always tol-
erant toward the minorities which
dwell upon it, and have organized
a pitiless boycott of Polish Jew-
ish citizens, seeking to deprive
them of the means of existence,
and engendering terrible misery
h
neither children nor
the need.
Third Reich Called Brutal
"Our conscience compels us to
launch a very heartfelt appeal to
our Polish friends and to call
upon them to be vigilant and fight
against this criminal propaganda."
Reviewing the contributions of
the Jews during their 1,000-year
history in Poland, the appeal hits
at trouble makers who are wedded
to "a brutal Pan-German and anti-
Semitic ideology, even when their
partisan feelings are not favor-
able to the Third Reich," and
continues:
"The civic rights of national
and religious minorities in Po-
land are an integral part of the
treaties which restored life to
Poland.
"The situation of the Jewish
masses in Poland at the present
time is a tragic one. We call to
their aid the conscience of the
country, the intellectuals and the
clergy. Let it not be forgotten
that the barbarous attacks which
the Old Testament and the Jews
suffered in Germany were very
soon changed into attacks against
the Catholic Church and the Gos-
pel.
"The solution of the Jewish
problem in Poland is perfectly
capable of realization. There is
a strong movement for a more
up-to-date distribution of the Jews
among the different professions.
Craftsmanship and even agricul-
ture gain in importance at the
expense of trade. The terrible
Practice of excluding Jews from
most of the branches of the na-
tional economy must be brought
to an end."

American

Teachers Protest Po-
lish Ghetto Benches
CHICAGO (WNS) — Jerome

Davis, president of the American
Federation of Teachers, has made
public here a letter addressed to
the Polish minister of education,
Eugene Swietoslaski, protesting
against the institution of ghetto
benches in Poland's colleges and
universities. The letter says
that "on behalf of the American
Federation of Teachers, represent-
ing 25,000 teachers in the United
States, I wish to protest against
the establishment of ghetto
benches in Poland. This is the
most serious possible violation of
the solemn obligation assumed to-

CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK'S
75TH ANNIVERSARY OBSERVANCE
TO COMMENCE ON FRIDAY, DEC. 10

(CONCLUDED FROM PAGE ONE)
most important Jewish movement
and historical societies in America. 0
stein is now serving that organi-
Dr. Hershman to Speak
zation as vice-president. She has
Dr. A. H. Hershman, rabbi of 2
been active of Hadassah, of which
her daughter, Mrs. Moses P. Ep. Shaarey Zedek, will be among the 3
stein, is now national president. speakers on the anniversary pro-
i ll
p oo uk t t
th e s Ghra en e t r is
She and her husband were active
b:y r
nyg ew
in founding the Central Jewish to

Institute of New York, the first men for leading congregations in
community center to be connected Detroit and elsewhere.
An anniversary dance will be
with a synagogue,
In spite of her years, Mrs. Ep- held Saturday evening, under the
stein is a forceful speaker and sponsorship of the Young Peo-
has spent 10 years lecturing in all pie's Society.
Judge Charles Rubiner, chair-
parts of the United States,
man of the committee on arrange-
Dr. A. A. Neuman
Dr. Neuman, who will deliver ments for the 75th anniversary
the anniversary sermon at Sab- celebration, announces that all
bath services, is a graduate of events will be open to the public
Columbia University and the Jew- except the anniversary banquet ,
ish Theological Seminary, He is which will be for members and ,
professor of history in Dropsie their families. Judge Rubiner I
College for Ilebrew and Cognate states that accomodations are be-
Learning and is rabbi of Congre- ing made for 800 people whose
gation Mikveh Israel of Philadel- reservations must be made at once.
phis, the second oldest congrega- Services on Fridays, Dec. 17, 24
tion in America, Announcement is made that the
Dr. Neuman's chief specialty is late Friday evening services of
Spanish-Jewish history. He is Shaarey Zedek on Dec. 17 will be
vice-president of Dropsie College, addressed by Goldie Myerson,
recording secretary of the Ameri- eminent Palestine labor leader.
can Jewish Historical Society, re- These services will be in the form
vising editor of Cyclopedia Judai- of an Oneg Shabbat.
The services on Dec. 24 will be
ca, chairman of the Palestine corn-
mittee of the United Synagogue of in charge of the Junior Congre-
America, and is affiliated with the gation.

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CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT

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the United States helped to free COUNCIL SELECTS
Poland from the yoke of centur-
TWO COMMITTEES
ies. We cannot believe that the
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Polish government will defy the
(CONCLUDED FROM PAGE ONE)
public sentiment of the world and
continue this policy. As Ameri-
Showroom Hours-9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Daily
can teachers we have been shock- committee on discrimination in
ed beyond measure to hear that employment. Harold Silver and
Monday and Wednesday till 9 P. M.
such outrageous regulations have Louis Schostak will act in a eimi-
been introduced. We should be lar capacity for the sub-commit-
very grateful to hear from you
that these measures have been tee on discrimination in occu-
AND B'S FLAVOR I
pancy. For several weeks these
repealed.
committees have been gathering
information about discrimination,
Defy Violence and Expulsion
NOW WAff--:
WARSAW (WNS) — Defying as well as planning means of al-
OH I, SO "MATS
violence and expulsion, Jewish leviating the situation. A survey
DON'T TELL ME -
MORE IMPORTANT -TAN
of the local community, including
students throughout Poland are interviews with employment man-
OH , 1ES -"TODAY
WEDDING
A
standing firm in their refusal to seers, has indicated in a general
ONE YEAR' AGO
occupy the ghetto benches to manner the nature and extent
ANNIVERSARY,
EH?
TO
which they have been assigned in of the problem. Procedures have
all the colleges and universities, been outlined for an intensive,
.
Es..B
SHINE
it was disclosed in a survey just scientific survey of discrimination,
published in the Jewish press. but such an investigation has not
Risking bodily harm. as in Lem- been deemed feasible at this time
berg University where 30 Jewish because of lack of finances and
students were beaten up when limited personnel.
they tried to break through na-
On the basis of its findings,
tionalist pickets, or expulsion, as the committee on discrimination
in the Warsaw Engineering Col- has provided the necessary ma-
lege, where 13 Jews have been chinery for receiving complaints.
expelled and other threatened Specific complaints of discrimina-
with similar punishment for re- tion in employment or in occu-
fusing to occupy the ghetto pancy should be filed with Wil-
benches, the Jewish students con- liam I. Boxerman, executive di-
tinue to stand up in class and rector of the council, at 51 W.
lecture rooms. Their resistance Warren Ave., room 308. The
is being encouraged by the con- complainant will be interviewed
tinued hope that the discrimina- carefully and he must come pre-
tory rulings will yet be lifted. pared to give full and detailed
The first accident on the War- information, which will be kept
saw-Palestine airline brought in the strictest confidence. Each
death to three Jewish passengers complaint will then be turned
and three members of the crew over to the committee for con-
when a LOT airliner was found sideration. Complainants are
wrecked by fire in the Piryn urged to exercise the greatest
Mountains of Bulgaria. The Pas- caution in the submission of in-
sengers were Dr. Freiman, an formation. Much damage can be
Austrian named Neugrassel and done and much created by
M. Rakowski, a Palestinian indus- lodging complaints which have no
basis in fact, thus making it diffi-
trialist.
cult for the committee to ap-
proach employers and landlords
Streicher Teaches Danzig Nazis with legitimate claims. Com-
EIHIMIOT
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How to Deal With Jews
plainants ought to be reasonably
DANZ IG (WNS) — While sure of their facts.
officials of the Joint Distribution
The formation of a committee DINNER IN HONOR
Committee are studying the plight on arbitration is in accordance
OF HAGGAI DEC. 8
of Danzig Jewry and the possi- with one of the purposes of the
bility of emigrating all of them, the council as stated in its con-
(CONCLUDED FROM PAGE ONE)
Julius Streicher, Germany's high- stitution, namely, "to encourage
priest of anti-Semitism, arrived the amicable adjustment of dif- urer of the committee, 605 Fox
Discriminating Detroiters
in the city to explain to Nazi ferences between individuals Theater Bldg.
make their Hinter Ilendquartero at
leaders how to apply the Nurem- and/or organizations, by provid-
A life-long Zionist, Mr. Ilaggai
berg anti-Jewish laws. Address- ing the appropriate machinery
is recognized as an outstanding
ing a conference of Nazi function- for conciliation and arbitration."
spokesman for the labor Zionist
aries, Streicher declared that "all This committee has been charged
ideals. He has represented the
Jews of whatever nationality are with the responsibility for deter-
American labor Zionist movement
Germany's enemies." Boasting mining the scope of the arbitra-
One Block from the Ocean
that Nazism's ideas about the tion machinery to be set up and
Conine Ate., bet, 12th and 13th StL
Jews are spreading over the the technical details for its oper-
world, Streicher promised that ation. It is emphasized that the
Polish Jews in Danzig will be above - mentioned membership
treated as Jews and not as Poles. does not constitute the board un-
Sunnyland's perfect expression
Meanwhile arrests of Jewish busi- der whose auspices the arbitra-
of a luxuriously appointed,
ness men and expropriation of tion will ultimately take place,
modern hotel ... Coffee Shop,
their property continued, the Cat- but is merely an organizational
Solarium, recretation lounge,
est victim being Emmanuel Loew, body which will outline a plan
card rooms .. . Surf bathing
owner of a biscuit factory, whose for the approval of the executive
right from your own room.
business was taken over by an committee and of the entire coun-
Tariff schedule for double oc-
Aryan. cil. To facilitate the work, a sub-
cupancy: per week, per room
committee, under the chairman-
European
plan: to Dec. 15th:
ship of Morris Garvett, will do
1,000 WILL ATTEND
$20 - $25 - 30
the technical work required. Ar-
HADASSAH'S AFFAIR bitration of disputes, as contem-
Dec. 15th to Jan. 16th
plated by the committee, will be
$30 - $35 - $40
toorectutozn FROM PAGE ONE)
entirely voluntary. No one will
be forced to arbitrate, but the
Season rates en moms'
ma and Polish children whom they
service will be available to any-
have settled in Palestine.
For detailed information, de-
one wh owishes it. It will, of
Additional members of Mrs. course, be several months before
scriptive folders and reserva-
Warner's committee are: Mrs. the arbitration plans are corn-
tions, write
Robert Marwil, Mrs. Julius Ber- Meted. A number of Jewish ar-
Nat Ehrlich, M
man, Mrs. Irwin Cohen, Mrs. Na- bitration courts have functioned
D. Neilirger, Resident Owner
than Simons, Mrs. Moe Prince, with eminent success in other
Mrs. Ralph Davidson, Mrs. Harry communities.
August and Miss Hattie Gittle-
A number of other committees
REV. M. SNYDER
man. • are being formed to carry out
Haggai Banquet Soloist
A reception and dance in the the program of the Jewish COM-
Crystal Ballroom of the Masonic munity Council. These include at the World Zionist Congress in
Temple will follow the Honor Roll a committee on public relations, 1935 and has been active in every
program. Mrs. Harry Barnett and a program committee and a corn- important phase of Jewish recon-
CHYRSLER•PLYMOUTH
Mrs. Theodore Levin are co-chair- mittee on miscellaneous solicits- structive efforts.
men of the hostess committee. In tions. Announcement of their
DEALERS
From its very inception, Mr.
addition to the officers and board membership will be made at a Haggai has been active in the
2921 McNICHOLS ROAD
members of the chapter, and cap- later date. A full report of the
American Jewish Congress. He
Work. E. of LIverooto
tains and officers of the honor roll, progress since the first meeting
was • delegate from Detroit to
they have asked the following ; will be given at the second quer- the first Jewish Congress in 1918,
members to assist them: Mesdames terly meeting of the Council, to held in Philadelphia, and has taken
is pleased to announce
Morris Garvett, Oscar Blumberg, he held on Wednesday evening,
■ leading part in Jewish Congress
the appointment of
Morris Blumberg, Charles Rubiner, Dee. 15, at 8:15 o'clock, in the activities in Detroit. He is at
Reuben Rosenfield, A. II. Brodie, l'nited Hebrew Schools auditor-
present a vice-president of the
Isaac Shetzer, Herman Wetsman, ium, Philadelphia and Byron Aces.
Detroit section of the American
Maurice Zackheim H. B. Sten- All representatives of affiliated
Jewish Congress.
buck, Benjamin Goldstein, Louis organizations are urged to attend.
Recognized as one of the ablest
Savage and Charles Smith.
Hebrew teachers in the country,
as Manager of Sales
Mrs. Barnett has appointed Mrs.
Mr. Haggai has devoted his life
Daniel Siegel to head the list of
to the cause of Jewish learning.
ushers which includes: Mesdames
An interesting program will be
Mr. Berman wants all kis
Mrs. Haggai has always shared
Jack Albert, Albert Altman, Har- presented by the Senior Council at communal responsibilities with her
friends to know he will be plod
old Ehrlich, Milton Gordon, Charles i its meeting Monday evening, Dee. husband, and is also active in the
to fake care of their new car
Lapides, Lester Lapides, Reuben R, when Robert Smith, a special Zionist labor movement. Their
wants — abso service their
Kallman, George Keyes, Samuel , agent of the Federal Bureau of In- daughter, Tikvah, heads the com-
Hamburger, Alfred Meyers, Sid- vestigation, will speak on "The G- mittee which has been making ar-
present ears.
ney Barnett, Daniel Cohen and Man."
rangements for the flower and
Maurice Meyers.
A knitting class has been formed flag days of the Jewish National
A call will be appreciated
The closing rally of this year'. at the Dexter branch of the Jewish Fund. Their son. Jeremiah, was
drive will be held at Webster Hall, Community Center, 11518 Dexter. for several years a national lead-
Phone University 1.2570
Wednesday, Dee. 8, at 12:00 The class meets each Monday '1,- er in the Hashomer Hatrair move-
o'clock. It will be "Phyllis Allen , ening at 7:30 under the direction ment and In now a member of a
Day," and a large attendance is j of Miss Dorothy Weineman. Class- Kibbutz in Palestine.
expected. Luncheon reservations es in tap, rhythmic and acrobatic
are to be made with Mrs. Harry dancing are being conducted there
It wasn't until after we had
Goldberg, Townsend 8-6685, by Mondays and Wednesdays at 4:00 finished our Thanksgiving Day
Tuesday, Dec. 7. The program will o'clock. The Monday classes are turkey that we learned that the
follow the luncheon, attendance to for beginners.
word turke' comes from the lie-
which is optional.
brew "tukki," meaning peacock....
Pledges or money will be picked
That "scam" gag of Georgie Luis de Torres, Interpreter for
up. For this service call Mrs. H. Jessel is the name of a new Christopher Columbus, named the
Glick, Tyler 5-2247, or Mrs. .1. column which he'll begin syndi- birds he found here "tukki because

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