July 29, 1938
Et Mlil RO !CU
and T E LEGAL CHRONICLE
Division of J. D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour H. Franklin of Virginia Park announc
the engagement of their daughter, Isabel Jane, to Joseph H. David
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Davidson of Chicago Blvd.
Mrs. Mollie Schechter of 9347 McQuade Ave. announces the
engagement of her daughter, Jennie, to Bernard Whiteman of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schmittel of 1001 Pingree Ave. announce
the engagement of their daughter, Lila, to Carl Kolkowitz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kolkowitz of 2225 Blaine Ave.
Mrs. Bella Snyder of Windsor, Ont., announces the engagement
of her daughter, Ann, to Irving V. Newman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Newman of 11 Moss Ave., Highland Park, Mich.
Mrs. Herman Eichner of 1535 Collingwood Ave. announces the
engagement of her daughter, Gertrude, to Phillip Mackin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Maskin of Clairmount Ave. The wedding will
take place in September.
Plans to Assist
Detroit Louis Marshall Lodge
of Bnai Brith this week followed
direction of the Supreme Lodge
of the Order which resolved at
its 15th general convention re-
cently concluded in Washington,
D. C., to endorse and to support
with an active co-operation the
national co-ordinating committee
for aid to German refugees.
Announcement was made by the
local lodge of appointment of the
following men to the Detroit com-
mittee: Alvin B. Levin, attorney
for the Legal Aid Bureau; Fer-
dinand Rosenthal, recent emigre
and a Berlin lawyer; and N. H.
The committee has undertaken
a preliminary survey among the
leading Jews of the community
to determine the extent of as-
sistance that can be rendered in
July 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Weisman (Mae Brodsky Detroit at this time to the refu-
gees from political oppression
Mrs. David M. Levy heads the 1938' of 3001 Richton Ave., a daughter, Sandra Ann.
• Advance selection of new fur fash-
Women's Division of the Greater Newi
July 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gold (Sarah Miller), a son, overseas.
ions . . . at prices averaging 25%
Jewish Joint Distribution Committee Byron David.
Ch ..... Attempt to Disfranchise
July 21—To Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fogelman (Enid Schwartz), a
Hundreds of Montreal Jews
for relief of poverty•stricken and op•,
less than last year.
pressed Jews overseas. The Women'et son, Gerald Irving.
MONTREAL. (WNS)—An at-
Division has set itself a quota of $400m
to disfranchise hundreds of
July 24—To Mr. and
000 for 1938. Assuming leadership in 3798 W. Grand Ave., a son, Howard.
Montreal Jews was disclosed here
the Joint Distribution Committee.
Max Siegler, one
• Convenient terms of payment may
July 25—To Dr. and Mrs. Philip R. Appel (Beulah LeBow), a
Mrs. Levy follows in the footsteps of daughter,
of the two Jewish members of
her father, the late Julius Rosenwald
the Montreal City Council, charged
who was one of the pioneers of over
that the authorities were- dis-
seas Jewish relief.
criminating against Jews in the
issuin g of civic identity cards to
residents of the city qualified to
vote in the municipal elections.
Claims Cain Killed Abel as
ler declared that "cards have been
SAFRAN - SILVER
Only card holders may vote. Sieg-
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth
refused to hundreds of Jewish,
Silver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
:semis Treatise Previa. Need
citizens who are fully qualified
LONDON (WNS) — A new George Silver of Sturtevant Ave.,
taxpayers and are entitled to
explanation of the Old Testa- to David Safran, son of Mrs. F.
vote. Discrimination is directed
ment's story of Cain's murder of
Tile A liVENTUREH OF DR. ECONO• particularly against Jews with
solemnized on Sunday, July 10.
MDR'. Hy Roy Del Ray. Pub-
his brother Abel was offered tet Rabbi Isaac Stollman officiated.
lished end distributed by Hark odd sounding or continental Eu-
one of the few places Jews are
Hirschfeld, ti South Oreen Ave., ropean names. My own nephew,
The bride was lovely in a gown
Detroit. III.). DietrIbuted by mail
freely admitted in all the world. the British Association for the
a life long resident of Montreal,
1 'hiv s ituati onhas eated a Advancement of Science by Prof. of white net with lace inset. The
and a man qualified to exercise
serious problem to the Jewish
A Review by Dr. Otto A. Hirsch the franchise, was denied a card."
community. Most of the immil London, when he exculpated Cain blossoms.
Pressed for an explanation, May-
grants are without friends to
The author contends that lais- or Adhemar Raynault denied that
whom they can turn for help. Be- murder and laid the crime to "a ed the bride as maid of honor.
Jews as such were being discrim-
cause of the strict laws limiting ritual for increasing the fertility The bridesmaids were Molly Na-
inated against but admjtted that
what they can take out of their of the soil." Professor !Tooke tinsky and Evelyn Siegel. Rhoda essentially two aspects of the special scrutiny was made in the
same concept—are the sine qua
native lands, they come practically said, "Abel, in the first place had Sybil Walters was flower girl.
non of democracy; therefore, any case of all applicants for cards
nothing to do with the Garden of
An appeal to help the Jewish penniless.
Eden or Adam and Eve," and, in as best man, and the ushers were curtailment of laissez faire cre- who are of foreign origin.
This means that few have the the second place, he doubted Sam Pearlstein and Harry Schec- ates a sham democracy.
community in Sao Paulo, Brazil,
in furthering their Jewish reli- physical necessities of life and as whether they were even brothers. ter.
Production and consumption in the United States, Del Ray
gious and educational life is being a result the majority are in great "Recent finds in North Syria, dat-
Following the ceremony,' dinner are not two distinct entities en- observes that the dualit•• of sup-
carried on by the United Syna- Distribution Committee has given ing from about the second millen- was served to 142 guests.
dowed with different economic pl • and demand is taken for
gogue of America, Louis J. Moss, need. The American Jewish Joint ium B. C.," Professor Hooke sal d,
The bridal couple left on a
them much material assistance, "show that it was ritual to kill honeymoon through the Western properties, but merely the twc granted by the New Deal as well
faces of the same coin. The con- as by its opponents, and that the
a shepherd at the time of the States and Southern California. cept of production includes con only difference between them is
Sefer Torahs (scrolls), prayer
summer drought and that Cain They will be at home some time
books, taleisim (prayer shawls), tional needs remain unfilled.
sumption, and vice versa. In that the latter advocate non-
Several years ago the commu- probably worshipped by killing in August at 3375 Collingwood other words, we produce con- interference. "Let the law take
bibles (Hebrew and English), and
other literature in Yiddish, He- nity organized a synagogue, called Abel, thus presumably helping the Ave.
sumingly, and consume produc- its natural course," is their slo-
brew and English, on Jewish sub- the "Congregacao Israelite Paul. soil."
ingly. Consequently, production) gan. In the long run, however,
jects are being collected from ista." Through Dr. Ludwig Lorch,
BROWN • LEVINE
and consumption are to be re- 1 that policy has always proved
affiliated groups throughout the one of the leaders of the group,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levine
as an indivisible unity.
country and in Canada and will an appeal was sent to the United Canada, Congregations liar Zion of 3259 Webb Ave. announce the
The Ne•. Deal, on the other
Since supply and demand are
be sent to the South American Synagogue to help in the "fur- and Mikveh Israel, Philadelphia, marriage of their daughter, essentially the synonyms of pro- hand, deems it necessary to pur-
nishing of a synagogue and the and the Brooklyn Jewish Center. Blanche R.. to Milton W. Brown,
ductie^ and consumption, the sue a nolicy of interference, at-
Sao Paulo has a Jewish popula- foundation of a library consisting They will be sent to Zrazil the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel former are also to be resarded as tempting to coordinate the na-
Brown of New York City, on
tion of 30,000, most of which are of books, pertaining to Jewis h end of this month.
an indiviiible unity. In order to tion's inexhaustible supply with
refugees from Germany and Po- quest i ons."
The bride received her M. A. prove that allegation, the author its notential demand,
Contributions have been re- Deater-Joy Florist. Tyler 6.6622.
land. It Is the largest Jewish
However, that coordination pos-
Flowers for all occasions — degree in Fine Arts at New proffers evidence based on mathe-
community in Brazil. and more ceived thus far from the Goel
tulates regimentation of produc-
York University in June, 1938. matics, physics and history.
are entering regularly, it being Tzedec Congregation of Toronto,
in 'violation of the Constitu-
However, the alleged unity
Mr. Brown will complete his work
on his Ph. D. degree in the same makes the law of supply and de- tion which stands for political as
as economic laissez faire.
field at Harvard University next mand non-existent, its validity
being preconditioned by the dis- But even at that price the policy
tinct duality of supply and de- of interference—as so often in
Poland Bars 3 Nazi Anti-Semitic mand. If supply and demand the east— resulted in failure. In
constitute an indivisible unity, short, regardless of whether the
WARSAW. (WNS)—The anti- they cannot be brought into the eovernments interfere o r refrain
Semitic Nazi periodicals "The state of relation to each other, from interfering with the law of
Gravedigger of Civilization," "The nor is it possible to coordinate supply and demand the result is
always the same. The statesmen
Jewish Bible" and "The Jewish one with the other.
Analyzing the state of affairs were unsuccessful, concludes the
Mirror" have been banned in
author, because they attempted—
Poland by the government censor.
passively or actively—to coordi-
nate that which cannot be co-
It is childish, contends the au-
thor, to accuse anybod•• for the
failure. The charge that "capia
tal went on strike" is untenable.
Capital cannot -,c) on strike for
the simple reason that the con-
cept of capital is not reality,
but merely an economic fiction.
Mr. Del Ray not only denies
Flood of Letters from Unfortunate Jews Desiring
the existence of capital, but
maintains that capitalism as well
to Emigrate Calls for Immediate
as socialism are but imaginary
concepts. The strife we are wit-
nessing is merely a drawn out
wrangling of undefined groups,
Detroit is being flooded with letters from Ger-
prompted by va•me doctrines,
man Jews, especially those living in what was
who heatedly fight each other,
Austria a short time ago, pleading to be taken out
and still more heatedly among
themselves—a veritable helium
of there and to be given an opportunity to settle in
omnium contra omnes, without
any definable casus belli.
The Detroit Jewish Chronicle appeals to those
The author pays glowing tribute
to the Constitution advocating
who are moved by such sympathetic interest to sign
to base the economic structure of
affidavits for men and women desiring to come
the nation upon that instrument,
here, at the same time indicating their readiness
in order to save laissez faire, the
to help these people until they are settled here and
very life-blood of democracy. In-
deed, his book is an attempt in
provided for. We hope that there will be a large
number of people with means who will assume such
Liberalism—put to flight in
responlibility in the present crisis.
1914—is championed by the au-
Those desiring to sign affidavits and to join in
thor as the only antidote of in-
ternational distrust and internal
this important errand of mercy are asked to com-
municate at once with The Detroit Jewish Chron-
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One may accent or reject Del
icle and arrangements will then be made for them
Ray's conclusions, ••et it has to
to render this great service in the present hour of
be admitted that never in his-
tory was liberalism as greatly
needed as in our very days.
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11354 DEXTER AT LAWRENCE
Why He Resigned
From the Rotary
"Jewish Eskimo" Outraged by
Expulsion of Jews From
Shortly after Hitler came to
power in Germany, massive, red-
bearded Peter Freuchen was
strolling on one of New York's
avenues with a Jewish newspaper-
man, and he let fall the remark
that he, too, was among the men
marked for extinction by the
Nazis. He told the interviewer
that his books were among those
ordered burned, and when the
newspaperman asked him whether
■ he was, by chance, a Jew himself,
he answered in the affirmative.
Since that time Freuchen has
let himself be heard on numer-
ous occasions in condemnation of
■ Hitlerite persecutions, and it has
recently become known that he
had resigned from the Rotary on
account of anti-Jewish discrimi-
nations in Germany. In his latest
book, "It's All Adventure,"
which was just published by
Farrar and Rinehart, New York,
Mr. Freuchen explains the events
that led up to his resignation.
Describing his visit to Berlin in
1929, Mr. Freuchen writes: •
i dle Inay In Berlin thin time
the Ina...ration of the local Rota'',
lob took Mare. I o tint In it an •
&Prate from Denmark. mule a imeech,
and presented the new club
member* of the organIzallon
from France, Eneinntl, and other mum-
t u ere also percent. II mug the
find time ninre the "or that such peo-
ple hnd mane Intel her Ina hoped
capacity, and we all hoped
and trines- tut that peacewould becomg
permanent an • email of es ent mph
IP I hin.
npirit of that et ening ha" made
the mlnimment change. In I hr oltaa-
ion all Owmore tenni , :
Wm, inter • Intwe
trial yearn. I attended n Ilttgael
meting..n on+ me tint). There noire
none f the J.,, rh member. I had
met before prment, and I ...lied ahem
various of them were.
....inch people: I .141 told emphall.
,•rittnnot he permitted to am.-
ante with gentlefolk..
••Tim men w ho told mr 'hal 11,PR
IS. eery one. It h I% horn And fell
It an honor to be ...than] bark In
tif ,rate, the InternatIoned
anpeel of Rotary tar the Germand la
a thing, tif line pool, and 1 nheald lik•
In add hem that thin kind nf Wins-
I ion la whal rased me to resign from
being a Rotarian, end not bemume of
any Infraction of Ira mien on my nun
Detroiters who had an oppor-
tunity to hear and meet Freu-
chen when he appeared here for
a lecture at the Institute of Art
will better aporeciate the force
of this statement because of their
knowledge of the man's stature.
He is a "powerful person, full of
wit, always bubbling over with
joy of living and adventuring.
At the same time he is a most
human being who feels outraged
by every manifestation of injus-
tice. His "It's All Adventure"
is a document that reveals the
character of the man and the
manner in which he finds adven-
ture in everything he does. This
book is a follow-up to his earlier
work "Arctic Adventure." It
leads up to the year 1932. His
true reactions to Nazism and to
the reaction that is sweeping the
world today will undoubtedly be
found in his next book, in which
he will describe his adventure
from 1932 on. Like its predeces-
sors, the next book should prove
important as a commentary on
world affairs, and especially as an
expression of his own condemna-
tion of the Hitlerite menace.
Jews Disfranchised in Danzig on
Eve of Election
DANZIG. (WNS)—Jews hove
been disfranchised in the Free
City of Danzig in anticipation of
an early parliamentary election
intended to serve ar a plebiscite.
The election campaign is being
made the occasion for a renewed
anti-Jewish drive. Wealthy Jews
are being arrested and forced to
part with their property and busi-
ness on trumped-up charges of
"tax frauds." Many important
Jewish industrial establishments
have already been confiscated.
One firm, Baus & Co., was fined
1,250,000 guilders. Three part-
ners were imprisoned until they
could raise the fine, while a
fourth, Herr Paskel, committed
The Rumanian observer at the
Evian refugee parley was a well-
known anti-Semite who had been
a member of the late Goga-Cuta
cabinet .. . The Nazis, too, had
an ,agent there.