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PAGE TWO

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MRS. DORA S. LAPPIN DIES

THE BARGAINS OF ALL TIME

March

YISE ti t GAL CHRONICLE

Leve President of
Straus Executives

DeLuxe Family Service

NORTH END CLINIC
SPONSORS COURSE

Hos Will Address
Group at Shaarey
Zedek on' Sunday

4, 1938

REAL ESTATE
VALUES

Well-known Soprano Had Sung in Opera in Italy; Was
S. J. Leve, well-known in Jew-
C
One of Founders of Music Study Club
Flat Pieces and Handkerchiefs
ish social and business circles. di-
Isaac llos, shoe manufacturer
rector of the Bureau of Investiga- Fifth Series of Bailin Me-
Neatly Ironed
of Tel Aviv, who has lived in
for the Board of Wayne
Bath Towels ■ nd Underwear
morial Lecturesto Start
Mrs. A. C. (Dora S.) Lappin in numerous recitals in this coun- tion
Palestine for 32 years and has
County Auditors. who was recent-
Fluffed Dried
on March 9
of 11534 Byron Ave., prominent try, died at 4 a. m. Thursday.
Pounds Additional pounds Tc lb.
seen the country grow from a
Final tributes were paid her at
Detroit
soprano
who
had
sung
in
THE BEST UNIVERSAL SERVICE
services at Temple Beth El at 1
desert into a blossoming commu-
The fifth series of the Dr. Max
opera in Italy and who appeared p. m. on Friday, with Rabbi Leon
Bailin Memorial Lectures, spore nity, will address the adult cur-
Fram officiating. The body was
gored by North End Clinic, will be rent events group of the Shaarey
taken for burial in Washington,
WILL GROSS 15%
inaugurated on Wednesday eve- Zedek at 10:45 a. m. this Sun-
D. C.
ning, March 9, at 8:30 o'clock, at day in the Allen Room of the
Born in Washington 49 years
Solid brick 9 apt. building,
No matter what you pay,
synagogue,
Chicago
and
Lawton.
the Detroit Institute of Art Lec-
ago, Mrs. Lappin came to Detroit
4 rooms and bath each.
The public is invited to attend
ture
Hall,
when
Dr.
George
Kam-
no laundry
27 years ago. She was identified
Like new. Steam heat Urge
perman, chief of staff and chief of this lecture, which will be fol-
can launder a finer shirt t
all her life with communal activi.
quick offers as heirs must
division of obstetrics and gyne- lowed by a discussion period. At-
ties and in musical circles. She
liquidate.
tendance
at
this
group's
discus-
WE HAVE THE BEST EQUIPMENT MADE
cology at Harper Hospital, will
studied for three years in Italy
speak en "Recent Trends in Gyne- sion is free every Sunday to all
$2,000
and appeared in opera there. She
interested.
cologic Practice."
was one of the founders and a
Invest this sum—handsome
Mr. Hos is a brother of Dov
Open to members of the medical
former president of the Music
Profits in return on 10 apt
these lecture Hos, vice-mayor of Tel Aviv. An
ro
ant i a lli ed pfessions,
Study Club; member of Temple
Flat Pieces carefully ironed
building of solid brick in
interview
with
him
appears
else-
courses are conducted under the
Beth El; former secretary of the
Additional Pounds 5%e lb.
good renting distret. Forced
auspices of North End Clinic as where in this issue.
Detroit section, National Council
to liquidate estate, must sell
A VERY INEXPENSIVE SERVICE
a part of its post-graduate teach-
of Jewish Women•, member of
quickly.
ing program. The 1938 series, Contributions to the Jewish
Hadassah. During the past three
ECRU
Children's Home
scheduled for consecutive Wednes-
lc
TINT! NO ".
UNUSUAL OFFER
years she was head of the voice
ER NE
day
evenings
during
the
month
of
department of the Ganapol School
This 12 family apartment
ve..ponoltile for sun-burnt or wand-whIpta•ti nivt•Inv
March,
will
deal
with
the
specialty
The
Jewish
Children's
Home
of Music,
on Webb Avenue will net
of gynecology.
wishes to acknowledge with
Mrs. Lappin is survived by her
THE NEWEST DEPARTMENT IN THE CITY
you 8 per cent on invest-
In addition to Dr. Kamperman, thanks the receipt of donations
husband, two children, Barbara
ment. In excellent condition
the following three outstanding from the following:
and Richard; her father, Louis
and a fine opportunity. Price
Mrs Abe Rosenzweig, lira sr
physicians
in
this
specialized
field
Steerman of Washington; two sis-
Schwartz. Mr. and Mra. Berman Cohen,
$35,000—easy terms.
have been invited to lecture this Herbert Itt•ikin. • Mr. and Mrs. C. Roth.
ters, Mrs. Nathan Libbot of Los
25C
year:
Dr.
Irving
Stein,
associate
stein,
Shirley
Wayburn,
Mra.
A.
J.
Angeles and Mrs. Allan Fisher of
S. J. LEVE
Koffman. Mr. and Win. Moe Leiter. Be
Andrew L. Malott, Inc.
professor of gynecology and ob- and
Washington.
Mn, Herman MAWS, Mrs. A. 0.
LATE MRS. A. C. LAPPIN
ly elected judge advocate of post I stetrics, Northwestern University; Barsky. Mr and Mrs.
1100 Union Guardian Bldg.
Edward Krause.
OUR NEW EMERGENCY SERVICE
No. 13 5 , of the Jewish War Vet- Dr. Norman Miller, professor of National Council of Jewish Junior',
Randolph 9600
of Temple Beth El, Pout!,
Laundry Brought to Plat by 9 o'clock a. m, will be
erans, now heads the Nathan obstetrics and gynecology, Univer- Hiaterhood
Education
League.
Finished Saone Day—NO EXTRA CHARGE
Straus Executives. This organiza- sity of Michigan; Dr. Charles Ma-
V
tion is composed of a representa- zer, professor of gynecology, grad-
tive group of outstanding Jewish uate school of medicine, University
At Bnai Moshe March 22; A11-
Congregation Purim Pro.
professional and business men, of Pennsylvania.
gram
on
March
16
whose program is dedicated to
"As Dr. Kamperman succeeded
Pia Found
11 RARING A•CARKE
the late Dr. Max Bailin as chief
humanitarian activities.
p ee n d
Expecting a turn-out for the Active Year's Activities De-
Under the leadership of Mr. of staff at Harper Hospital,"
Kerensky lecture that will tax the
Lev e , this group is now launched stated Dr. Maurice P. Meyers,
scribed by Agricultural
Minimum Charge, $1.80
capacity of the Bnai Moshe audi-
on a more active program of the chairman of the committee of
Society
torium, the Men's Club of the con-
A MOST RELIABLE INSTITUTION
following social and political ob- North End Clinic staff physicians,
gregation, which is sponsoring the
in charge of the lecture course,
jectives:
meeting on Tuesday, March 22, re-
I. to i(iota(rate with existing ages- "and was closely associated with
Dr. Gabriel Davidson, general
quests those wishing to attend to manager of the Jewish Agricul- Ica III ',Whittle a Jew ish Imapital for him both professionally and in
nit
purchase admission tickets early. tural Society, has just issued a Not
2 To take an ai the part in Phila. - friendship, it is fitting that he
Reservations can be made by call- report showing that the Jewish tht opie wot It and eniployment welt,
inaugurate this educational pro-
3 To help create S better under-
ing the congregation office, llo- farmers in the United States have standing
of the °lineations and henefita gram." Dr. Max Bailin served as
garth 0862.
citizenship.
A)
an
of
chief
of staff and chief of surgery
made further progress during
I To
It take a militant stand in the at Harper hospital for many years
Alexander Kerensky was premier 1937. The report deals with the
hn o(„00,e, . r tilLam r totins tiaonnist 070.71. :
of Russia in 1917 and was one of work of the Jewish Agricultural
previous to his death in 1934.
n Pe
t'ersi ity
the leading figures in the overthrow Society in its efforts to expand sing their mint.
He was consultant at five Detroi t
toe and 1),fir.
6. To ,i ii O gii le with all emhtl. sallons
of the czarist government, He fled and strengthen the A m e r i c a n
hospitals and recognized nationally
when the Bolshevik party took Jewish farming class.
4 To take •n acthe part In •ny and for his many contributions to the
for the adsato enient of science of medicine.
no,sells
over the reins of government and
In 1900, when the society was all
idea.
)oath
has been an exile ever since.
North End Clinic staff physi-
YOU CAN BUT QUALITY KOSHER IMAM WITH CONFIDISNCITI from
founded, there were about 200
At an executive board meeting
The all-congregation Purim pro- Jewish farm families in the Uni- held at the home of Dr. Albert N. cians who are assisting Dr. Meyers
gram sponsored by the Men's Club ted States. Today there is a Prussin, on Feb. 21, the follow- with the arrangements for the
will be held Wednesday, March 16. Jewish farm population aPproxi• ing committees were appointed: 1938 series are; Gaylord Bates,
Kosher Meat and Poultry Market
Entertainment will be furnished by mating 100,000, and there are Anti-defamation and boycott, Rab- Harry Kirschbaum, Saul Rosen-
wit DELIVER
the Young People's Society and Jewish farmers in practically all bi II. N. Rosenthal, chairman, S. zweig, David J. Sandweiss, Harry
1163741 DEXTER BLVD.
Phone HOgarth 3042-3
Sunday School pupils. Admission of the 48 states.
Rehm. Itnellaranne sod Webb
.1, Love, J. C. Snider: look-out, A. 1 C. Salta-stein, Louis S. Stern, Wil-
Is free and refreshments will be
Dr. Davidson points out that A. Burns, chairman, Dr. I). Kliger, ham
Gordon, ex-officio.
North End Clinic is a member
served following the program.
since
its
founding
the
society
has
1. Bernstine; entertainment, Frank
2 ■ 11IMII ■•■•
The Sisterhood will hold a social granted 12,313 loans aggregating Schwartz, chairman; membership, agency of the Detroit Community
meeting next Tuesday, March 8, $7,513,000 to Jewish farmers in S. Rubin, chairman, C. Weitzman, Fund and the Jewish Welfare
Rey. Cuter
at 8:30 p. m. All members are re- 48 states. These loans are made J. Panel; sick and relief, S. Sni- Federation.
Jacob
quested to attend.
on subsidiary security, repay- der, chairman; cultural, H. M.
Silvertnaa
The Sisterhood luncheon sched- ment is spread over a period of
SURGICAL
Abram Jacob, prominent Detroit uled for Wednesday noon, March veara and there is no exaction Gottlieb, chairman, II, B. Letzer, CATHOLIC AGENCY
ROHM
•BLAMES JEWS FOR
commission merchant, died sudden- 23, holds promise of being one of of bonus or commission or Pay- co-chairman; publicity, B. Alpert;
St.Loo
sz.
ly last Friday at Orlando, Fla., at the most interesting affairs ever meat of renewal charges. The ways and means, Dr. Perry P.
POLAND'S BOYCOTT
the
society's
Burnstine,
chairman.
Dr.
R.
Rosen,
beautifully
the age of 72. His body was held by the Sisterhood. Members report stresses that
Dr. D , Kliger, S. Raskin, H. N.
brought to Detroit for burial, and are invited to come and to bring aim is "to make such loans ash njuiz......
(CONCLUDED
FROM PAGE ONE)
soma.
,
....
2903
funeral services were held in Clo- their friends. Mrs. Charles Berger cannot 14.,..oh,teknt----,,,Triv"4 . 4-,
---- spasumegzseer.4
Elmhurst
ver Hill Park Cemetery Monday is chairman and Mrs. Louis Gr.ns
no way iess sterman—or less Ar-
with private tub and
*TIM "loans are made for
afternoon.
TO. 8-6839
yan,
whatever
that may mean—
field,
assistant.
service and not for profit."
Marrlasee
Born in Lida, Poland, Mr. Jacob
than Adolf Hitler, if the word
shower
baths-at lowest
Perfanaad
Through its farm settlement
lived in England for a time befor
German implies loyalty to coun-
osenwald Post Makes Pub- department the society guides
try, eagerness to prove such loy-
7,77rorn.
possible
rates in down-
Jews who desire to go
and
alty and readiness to serve Ger-
',zed the firm of A. Jacob & Co. in lic Letter Commenting on Its into farming.
Last year 947
in Fore. Gains $111,- mane.
town
Detroit
for perman-
1862 and was the first dealer to Meeting With Stahlhelm sought this department's service. te a
000,000, Largest in the
"As for the rest of the state-
bring carload shipments of fruit
During the year, 111 German
Rev. Cantor to Detroit from California and
Company's History
ent guests. You can live
ment from the German embassy,
Editor, Detroit Jewish Chronicle: Jewish refugees sought the so-
DAVID
I can only state that, like all
Florida. For 25 years he repre-
I respectifuliv submit to your ciety's advice on farming possi-
in luxurious comfort
sented the Fruit Dispatch Co., now Paper for publiCation a letter I bilities. Some represented groups.
The Crown Life Insurance Co. other officials, I never took any
GOLDEN
oath
of allegiance to Hitler as
Detroit'. Favorite the United Fruit Co., here. Sur- received unsolicited from Peter Eleven refugee families were es- of Toronto, Canada, has just re-
inexpensively.
an
individual
but
to
Hitler
as
viving
him
are
his
wife,
Yetta;
Jew
from
Germany,
leased
its
annual
statement
and
C. Kent, a
II 0 II K L
tablished on farms. Ten refu-
three daughters, Mrs. Harry Frank who has only been in America gee youths were placed in farm A. J. Blumenau, the company's head of the government. That
111.1tit 1144114
oath
was
effective
only
as
long
and
Mrs.
Thomas
Marwil,
of
De-
about a year and a half. Mr. lobs. Twenty - three refugee farm general agent in Detroit, points
Redding Cermet.
as I remained in the government
lea Co-formed IS troit, and Mrs. Lewis Berger of Kent was invited to the joint
families were visited by the so- to the breaking of several records.
I10110. and by air
Chicago, and four sons, Ben B., meeting of Julius Rosenwald ciety's agents. This phase also Insurance in force increased more service. It cannot be considered,
SQUARE AT BATES
gaol meal.
from any reasonable point of
Saul E. and H. E. of Detroit, and Post No. 218 of the American is making increasing demands on
view,
as
binding
upon
me
after
Louis L., of Orlando.
Legion and the Stahlhelm. Ger- the society's service.
my resignation or for the rest and democracy during a nation- which is to include 14 members.
man war veterans, Wednesday,
The society's extension depart-
of my life. This is the accepted wide lecture tour to get under The agreement, which is for two
Feb. 23, as an interested observer. ment maintains a staff of agricul-
Samuel, Frazer Dies
years, also provides that funds
meaning of an oath taken by offic- way shortly.
I trust that this letter will tural experts who bring to the
for the anti-defamation work. are
ials in all countries."
help
vindicate
Julius
Rosenwald
Jewish
farmer
agricultural
infor-
Nazi
Meeting
in
Chicago
Ends
in
to
be raised in the name of the
Samuel Frazer died Tuesday
in their effort to create good mation on ever v conceivable
Riot
Canadian Jewish Congress.
night in his home at 12245 Ilamil- Post
Site of George Washington' ■ Fort
will
and
better
understanding
be-
branch
of
farming.
During
1937
CHICAGO (WNS) — A Nazi
ton Ave. Services were held Thurs-
to Become Nazi Camp
peoples.
their experts made 3,275 farm
day at Lewis Brothers Chapel, tween all
BLOOMINGDALE, N. J. meeting at the Germania Club
Hungary Foils Nazi Putsch
Respectfully yours.
visits, held 180 meetings and
broke up in a riot here and led
7739 John R St. Burial was in
(WNS)

Residents
of
this
old
BUDAPEST (W N S) — A new
M. WATERSTONE,
demonstrations attended by 5,727
to
the
arrest
of
two
Nazis,
two
Clover Ilill Park Cemetery.
Colonial
town
are up in arms over
Nazi plan for a coup d'etat is
Post Commander.
farmers. In addition, advice and
Mr. Frazer was born 38 years
the discovery that Federal Rock , anti-Nazis and Dr. Eric von believed to have been foiled by
The letter referred to by Mr. aid were given to 2,817 who
ago in Traverse City. He reopened Waterstone follows:
which was used as a signed hil l Schroeter, professor emeritus of the Hungarian police with the
sought
individual
consultation
at
Oriole Terrace as a night club in "Dear Mr. Waterstone:
by George Washington along a romance languages at Northwest- arrest of Ferenc Szalasi, Hungar-
the society's central office, and
1934, and last year opened the
chain of fortifications extending ern University. The disturbance ian Nazi leader. and 75 of his
"I feel that I should do a little 5,636 separate letters of advice
Paddock Bar. Ile played a clarinet more
from Morristown, N. J., to West began immediately after Wilhelm lieutenants, during a raid on their
than just say in a few were sent out. Under its aus-
in Sousa'. Band in the World War. words how much appreciated
Point during the Revolutionary Kum', organizer for the German- headquarters. Szalasi was twice
Sessile and marble Mananumte
pices. Jewish Farm Youth Con-
Ile is survived by his wife, Le- last night's meeting.
War, has been acquired by the American Bund, had concluded arrested in 1937 on similar
7729 TWELFTH ST.
ferences
were
held,
also
inter-
ona; a son, Leonard; two brothers,
German-American Bund as the his speech. Professor Schroeter charges but each time was let
inter 8-7 lid
"I know that it was a real suc-
John and Jacob Frazer, and three cess and a very valuable contri- state conferences of Jewish poul-
site of a new Nazi camp. The was attacked by uniformed Bund off with mild sentences. As a
trymen,
vegetable
growers
and
sisters, Mrs. Alois Adler of Buf- bution to our cause i. e. better
Nazi purchase of the historic snot members when he tried to ques- result of documents confiscated
falo, Mrs. Leo Weisman of Pales- understanding between Jews and fruit raisers. The society through
became known on George Wash- tion Kunze. John Fisher and during the raid Szalasi's party
this department also operates a
tine, and Mrs. Fannie Barish,
ington's birthday when a Boy Ray Pauly, were also assaulted was banned.
non-Jews. I had quite a long purchasing service bureau, and
Now! Detroit's Most Modern
Scout troop arrived at its Fed- when they refused to give the
chat with some members of the conducts an agricultural night
Jewish Funeral Home
eral Rock cabin and found it had Nazi salute. Emil Moritz, one of Schopenhauer Quoted as Anti-
Stahlhelm after you left and school for farm aspirants. It
to obtain permission to stay from Kunze's guards, was arrested on
ormasiu
thus I could see that your idea was publishes the Jewish Farmer,
Semite by Nazis
a group of blue-shirted Nazis the complaint of a newspaper
right in every respect. I do hope the only agricultural magazine of
DANZIG (W N S) — Nazis
ANNA DUNN WOLFSON
who were clearing the site. Bloom- photographer, who charged the ushered in the celebration of the
that you will have other opportuni- its kind in America.
I) IT OR NIGHT
of 3245 W. Buena Vista Ave., ties along this line. Two weeks
A. J, BLUMENAU ingdale, which is in Morris Coun- Nazi had smashed his camera. 150th anniversary of Arthur
The society's farm employ- -
73 years old. died on Feb. 26. ago at Mr. Sussman 's home I was ment
ty. is not far from Andover, in Fisher and Pauly, who were
department is the oldest o than e l8t ,O h00
Phone
. e,01 0 0 gi e n he l9 i 3 n g 7, tth hee a t. g Sussex County, where the Nazis among those arrested, filed a com- Schopenhauer's birthday with an
Funeral services were held on —must admit — not too enthuse I specialized
by Alfred Rosenberg.
farm
employment
Feb. 28 with interment in Clover antic but last night's meeting agency
i established Camp Nordland last plaint against William Wernicke, address
in the country. It af- eat in the company's history. Total year.
a Nazi. who was also taken into chief exponent of Nazi philoso-
Hill Park Cemetery, Rabbi I. showed me that my attitude was fords young
Jews
the
continua-
phy,
in
which
he cited the Ger-
insurance
in
force
was
$188,299,-
custody.
Stollman and Cantor J. II. Sonen- just that which we all ought to ity of acquiring agricultural
man philosopher as a pioneer
886 at the close of 1937.
officiating. Mrs. Wolfson
Nazi Activities Barred in Indiana
Jewish Funeral Home klar
anti-Semite
who
had called the
overcome

I
mean
being
thin-
training
by
actual
work
on
farms.
Bnai
Brith
and
Canadian
Jewish
Assets increased over 13% to
was a resident of Detroit for
County
Jews "parasites incapable of
Office, Chapel & Showrooms
Congress Reach Agreement
the Past 47 years and a member skinned and chicken hearted. Since its settlement, 18,261 farm $30,771,877, the gain of $3,578,999
GARY, Ind. (WNS)—Nazi ac-
"You
should
not
feel
so
very
bad
placements
have
been
effected.
Rosenberg
quoted
truthfulness."
ork
9219 DEXTER at Joy Road
on Anti-Defamation W
of many Jewish charitable organ- at the antagonism you met with Through its rural sanitation establishing a record for the corn- tivities in Lake County were out-
MONTREAL (W N S) — The Schopenhauer as having said "the
izations. She is survived by the various Jewish groups. After department, the society carries pany. Reserves for all policy lie- laved until March 8, by Superior
Jew's
fatherland
is
the
other
three daughters. Mrs. Ben D.
bilities gained more than 13%, Court Judge Bertram C. Jenkins long standing dispute between the
Holsman of Cleveland, Mrs. Karl all we Jews are split in a thousand on work to promote higher sten- amounting to $27,167,872, com- when he issued a temporary in- Canadian Jewish Congress and Jews."
factions
and
opinions
and
it
will
dards
of
sanitation
in
and
about
pared with $23,920,561 in 1936.
D. German and Mrs. Harry H.
junction restraining the German- the Bnai Brith over which organ-
In dealing with the annual re- American Bund from soliciting ization should direct the work of Kvutzah Ivrith Auxiliary
Berger. both of Detroit; two sons. take another century at least be- the farm home. During the nest
The Ladies Auxiliary of Kvut-
Jack of Miami Beach and Jules fore we can hope to have a Jewish year, 1,104 farm visits were port, Hon. G. Howard Ferguson, members or holding meeting in combatting' anti-Semitism in Can-
of Detroit;two sisters. Mrs. melting pot. Whatever others think made in the Jewish farming dis- president of the Crown Life, the country until March 8, when ada was finally settled at a meet- zah Ivrith held its third annual
David Adel and Mrs. Herman or say—don't pay too much ten- tricts of New York. Through pointed out that the average rate he will hear amotion to make the ing of representatives of both donor luncheon on Feb. 22. There
gatherings, public meetings.
Feldman and a brother, Jacob lion to it, once you know you're farm
interest realized on investments, order permanent. The order groups. An agreement was reach- was a large attendance. Mrs. D.
demonstrations and lectures. this of
right, you are right.
ed to conduct the anti-Defamation Rubenstein, president, Mrs. D.
Dunn and 10 grandchildren.
5.177, is extremely gratifying in
"It may interest you that I department has reached thousands these days of abnormally low in- named Fritz Kuhn, national lead- Program in Canada under the Markson, general chairman. and
er of the Bund. and Wilhelm
parted from Mr. Busse with this of rural folk.
MABEL RESNICK
vestment
rates.
Kunze,
national
organizer,
as de- name of a new agency to be Mrs. S. Schubiner, publicity
The directors of the society
called the Joint Public Relations chairman, thank their mane
of this city. 55 years old, died outcome of our little private din-
In Detroit, the Blumenau agen- fendants.
ReuenRic A ha
rkrudsh .s. Eugene
goelnd e S.
Committee of the Canadian Jew- friends and members, who par-
on Feb. 23. Funeral services cussion. We agreed that we are are
cy
made
a
substantial
contribution
Ben jamin,
political
adversaries
but
that
we
were held on Feb. 25, with in-
ish Congress and the Bnai Brith. ticipated.
Congress Nails Nazi Lie
there Jacob G. Lipman. George W. to the company's new business total
An Once Shebat will be given
' terment In Oakview Cemetery, agree on the one point that the
Both agencies are to have equal
Naumburg,
Alfred
Rheinstein.
he
exceeding
the
expectations
of
NEW
YORK
(WNS)

The
BEER IN THE GREEN WULF
Rabbi H. N. Rosenthal officiating. must not be a racial or religious Francis F. Rosenbaum, Wolfgang
representation on the committee in the near future.
Blumenau
and
the
company's
American
Jewish
Congress
brand-
discrimination In other words, Mr.
She
is
survived
by
her
husband,
ed
as
"a
complete fabrication
IS BETTER
Schwabacher and Lewis L. officials: Mr. Blumenau is well
Myer; two sons, Emil and Charles Busse is In more than one respect S.
Strauss. Francis F. Rosenbaum known in the community and ranks from beginning to end" a state-
COSTS . MORE TO MAIL
and two daughters, Mrs. Sam a follower of Hitler but when it has just been elected president. with the biggest "life" producers ment in Der Angriff, organ of
comes
to
the
racial
problem
he
does
Hoffberg and Rose.
His knowledge of in- Nazi Propaganda Minister Goeb-
not want to have anything in com- and Richard S. Goldman, treas. In the city.
urer. Lewis L. Strauss. the re- surance problems and investments bels, that the congress is alleg-
mon with him
FRED ALTSHULER
tiring
president,
was
elected
hon.
has
attracted
to his agency several edly engaged in a survey of Jew-
"I hope that this letter could
of 2428 W. Buena Vista Ave. 57
mote ewes, avert, avava yver.
high caliber insurance men who ish-owned enterprise s in the Uni-
orary president.
Tws SA)35-400.1 TVS sat.
Mizrachi Women's Theater Years old, died on Feb. 26 ' in show you better than words my
have
resolved
to establish an even ted States preliminary to begin-
w
WeRVT.T' 04.IT Ina mew
Miami, Fla.
Funeral services a ppreciation of y our work Please
larger sales record in 1938. The ning • campaign for the dismissal
boansa. en" 'ea RAS,011. *or,
Party This Sunday
Bnai
David
A.
Z.
A.
Spon-
td
PE PAN.' PULP 1.N. watts
were held on March 2 with burial extend my best regards also
offices
are
located
at
1559
National
of
all
Aryans
employed
by
Jews.
PPadaeN"
sors • Junior Chapter
in the Nusach Ari Cemetery. Ile your Commander and the other
[awl
awl
'
yaP 'ft
[
Bank Bldg. and an opportunity is Spokesmen for the Congress de-
The theater party of the Miz- i s survived by his wife. Anna; members of the board.
offered intelligent men who desire clared that it is "not conducting
"Sincerely
j•ours,
,
The A. Z. A. Club of the Bnai to enter the insurance business.
rachi Women will take "lace this two sons, Dr. Samuel S. and
■ survey of Jewish firms in the
"PETER .
David Synagogue is sponsoring a
Sunday afternoon, at Littmap's I Louis. and two brothers. Dr. I.
United States, and would under
"I785 Seward." new chapter, the Junior A. Z. A.
People's Theater. All those who I M. and Dr. A. M. Altshuler.
no circumstances recommend the
Shaarey Zedek Y. P. S.
The group elected temporarily
have purchased tickets are re -
discharge of non-Jewish em-
Supper Formal March 12 ployes."
Quested to attend this Sunday. I CHICAGO. — (WNS) — Po- Husgaria n City Expels 100 Jews the following officers: President.
BUDAPEST (WNS)—One hun- Arthur Wtiall: secretary, Gerald
as the date originally scheduled I lice suspect • political motive in
dred
Jews
in
the
city
of
Nyire-
the
mysterious
slaying
of
Max
The supper formal of the Young Mann to Dedicate Life to Preach.
Snits; treasurer, Leonard Cohen:
was set ahead in order to avoid
6.w_ WNW NATIONAL
conflict with another organiza- Sammet, 43-year-old German- gynaza, which is near the Ruma- club reporter, Julius Lesnick: ser- People's Society of Congregation
1151 Democracy
USED CAR excm...74f wive
tion. The afternoon of March Jewish refugee, who was found nian border, have been ordered to geant-at-arms, Abe Gurtzman. - Shaarey Zedek will be held Satur-
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (W N S)
tors Am
S:C. - RTIMIs woof
6 will be the only theater Party dead under the steps of an aban - leave by the mayor after an in-
A drive is in progress for 35 day evening, March 12, at Hotel —Thomas Mann, self-exiled Ger-
wave iiiiirrrus - ba Toes-anoevn.
sponsored by Mizrachi women this doned house on the West Side vestigation established that they new members. The first 20 will Stotler. Julia Siegl and Bernard man author and Nobel Prize win-
ancns Lae mac ft TAR
s.
OWLS, BRIT MOST Cs ma lama
reason. Those holding tickets are He was killed by a blow on the were illegal residents. The resi- be considered charter members. Kavanau are co-chairmen of the ner. plans to make the cause of
is STIA. M .r POCKET I
requested to call any of the fol- head. Sammet, a dentist by pro- dence rights of all the 4,500 Jews The next 15 will be pledge mem- committee on arrangements.
democracy and peace his life
lowing for information: Mrs. T. fession, was studying at the Uni- in the city were in v estigated and bers.
The study group will meet on work, he declared in an address
14,400 of. them proved that they had
Segal, president. TO, 8-8270 ; Iv
The next meeting will be held March 10. The meeting of March in the Francis Bergen Memorial
Mrs. A. Kunin. Tyler 4-5485; ersity of Illinois. lived there for hundreds of years. Monday. March 7. at 8 p.' m.
13 has been cancelled due to the lecture at Yale University which
Mrs. I. Rosenthal, TO. 8-7771.
Withhold not good from them
supper formal the previous night. marked the formal onening of the
to whom it Is due. when it is in
I proclaim that might is right, A retentive memory is s good
Yale Library's exhibit of "The
adgiggillIlIlmimmmma
Nowadays, w li a t a • e r is not the power of thine hand to do It. Justice the interest of the strong- thing. but the ability to forget
There's a gal in New York Thomas Mann Collection." He
worth saking is sung. • —Proverbs 3:27 , er.—Plato. is the true token of greatness.
called Ming Toy Epstein.
will start his campaign for peace

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