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PIEDnitort AKIN) a1RO2r4lCLIB

and THE LEGAL CHRONICLE

CLASSIFIED Mrs. Katherine Levitt, One of the

SHIRTS

RELIABLE II OUSE HELP.
Laundresses, women for house
cleaning, house maids, women

No matter what you pay,
no laundry
can launder a finer shirt

for part time work. By hour.
day or week. Schlesinger's,
Madison 2526.

WE HAVE THE BEST EQUIPMENT MADE

14 ibs. D2 Pi in p Walsh

QUILTS — Made or recovered
from your own feathers or

e ces gar. I y
n
Additional Pounds 531c lb.
A VERY INEXPENSIVE SERVICE

Flatwork All Rnued 79c

14 lbs.

2

THE BARGAINS OF ALL TIME

DeLuxe Family Service 79

Flat Pieces and Handkerchiefs
Neatly Ironed
Bath Towels and Underwear
Fluffed Dried
Additional pounds 7c lb.
THE BEST UNIVERSAL SERVICE

C

FA*

4 Pairs Lace Curtains

" $100
TI YUNG
FREE
Not responsible for nundournt or wind-shipped curtains

THE NEWEST DEPARTMENT IN THE CITY

Double Woolen Blankets 35c
Feather Pillows
25c

Poch

All Ironed Service
Flat Pieces

WEARING APPAREL

Pr, Pound

30c

per potted

Minimum Charge, $1.80
A MOST RELIABLE INSTITUTION

10C

Li
11,1 1'11ssACHUS
LAUNDRY CO. ETTS

PHONE CADILLAC

wools. Pillows recovered—spe-
cial, $1.00. Full line of curtains.
baby, shower and wedding gifts.
Dexter Quilt & Gift Shop,
11849 Dexter Blvd., at Webb.
Hogarth 9050.

FOR

RENT—Upper, six rooms
and breakfast room. All mod-
ern improvements. Maid's room.
Oil heat. 2944 Glendale Ave.
Call Te. 2.9028 for appoint-
ment. Sunday after 2 p. m. call
Townsend 6-4963.

FOR RENT — Nicely furnished
room, newly-decorated. Garage.
Near bus and car line. 2261
Ford.

o unds

j

August 11, 1939

7423

II

Detroit's Finest
Jewish Funeral Home

FOR RENT — Nicely furnished
room In lovely modern home,
for gentleman. Hot water con-
stantly. Good transportation.
3793 Carter Ave. Tyler 6-
0280.

WANTED —Refined couple to
share home or gentleman. Rea-
sonable,, Near car and bus
line. 1986 Virginia Park.

DAVID HOROWITZ, teacher of
Yiddish, Hebrew, Bar Mitzvah,
English and citizenship. Read-
ing and writing guaranteed.
Free trial lesson. Hogarth
3547 or Tyler 6-1450.

GOOD HOME and board for two
ladies or gentlemen or chil-
dren over 12 years old. Twin
beds. Refined surroundings.
3031 Tuxedo. Townsend 5-
3770.

Founders of Home for Aged, Is
Called by Death at Age of 96

Glowing Tribute Paid to Her Memory by Throng at
Funeral in the Home for Aged; Was Hishly
Honored for Her Charities

Detroit Jewry lost its oldest lingame Ave. An unusual honor
pioneer resident when death was accorded her when the fu-
called Mrs. Katherine Levitt, on neral services were held at the
Sunday, Aug. 6, at the age of lime for Aged, Burlingame and
96. Petoskey, on Monday, with Rabbi
Mrs. Levitt, who was one of A. M. Hershman officiating. It
the founders of the Jewish Old was the first funeral service to
he held in the Home. Burial was
in Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
A resident of Detroit for 70
years, Mrs. Levitt was active in
many charitable causes and was
highly honored for her unselfish
devotion to numerous movements.
She had been president of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for Aged for 25 years and

in January, 1928, she was given a

void medal by the board of di-
rectors of the home in recogni-
tion of her services.
She came to Detroit from
Marinpol. Poland, with her hus-
band, the late Joseph II. Levitt,
who died 25 years ago.
Surviving her, beside Mrs.
Abrahams, are three other
daughters, Mrs. Hiram Silver-
stone, Mrs. J. B. Lasky and Mrs.
Lou Elisberg; a son, Henry; five
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
Glowing tributes are being
paid the memory of Mrs. Levitt,
MRS. KATHERINE LEVITT
an d edhundreds
ds of
ges re-
messa
Folks' Home, now functioning as ceiv
by the family
the Jewish Home for Aged, died many kindnesses she recall the
had shown
at the home of her daughter, needy, aged and sick during her
Mrs. H. L. Abrahams, 1160 Bur- lifetime.

CZECH REFUGEE TRAGEDY PROMPTS APPEAL
TO PRESIDENT; EXILES IN BEIRUT PLEAD
WITH FRENCH TO EXTEND PERMIT OF STAY

ROOM AND BOARD for one or (CONCLUDED FROM PAGE DNS)
two gentlemen in single home.
Garage. Telephone. 2659 Pin- without food and water, robbed
by the freighter's crew and final-
gree Ave. near Linwood.
ly dumped on the shores of Pal-
ROOM AND BOARD for one or estine, the women clad only in
two young men. Home privi- bathing suits and the men in
leges. Good home for right pajamas.
party. Near car and bus line.
Dominican Official Says Bars Are
Townsend 5-4256.

Down for Refugee Immigrants

COUNTY TAXES

3rd installment 1933, 1934 and 1935
5th installment 1932 and prior years

10•YEAR PLANS — Payable before September i
with only 2 per cent charge

Properties sold to the State for

1935

and prior
taxes may be redeemed now with large savings

JACOB P. SUMERACKI

Wayne County Treasurer

PALESTINE FLIER HONORED AT
SAYE YOUR EYES
JEWISH PALESTINE PAVILION
with NEALTH.SITE GUMS

1=7 i tiZ;

1;;VIZ4'
1=1 Wag 19N
1:7 17=1 =7 C093
fre..
t Id z w /

'1

L.

7

Nathan L. Miller, Mr. Lichten-
stein and Lewis L. Strauss, all
of New York, and Lionel de
Rothschild, Lionel Cohen, Earl
Besaborough and Harold B. But-
ler.



bra lowlowl. al.ww /MN be Mello!

Infersielskw Our Menne Ostelseto.
Ilsestneg entre Vete Las M

.•

MURRAY'S

1119 GRISWOLD ST.
Open Evenings Till 9 P. M.

FRESH m MILK

Bank Will Aid Hungarian Jew.
in Search for Haven
BUDAPEST (WNS)—Follow-

PASTEURIZED

C

PER

NEW YORK. (WNS) — Voic- ing conversations between the
ing his country's willingness to Dutch philanthropist Frank van
accept 500 Jewish refugee fami- Gildemeester and Hungarian
DETROIT
lies "without restrictions," as an leaders it was expected that an
7739 JOHN It STREET
TRinity 2-2114

STANDARD
initial group, ex-President Ra- Emigration Bank to finance emi-
gration
of
Hungarian
Jews
and
fael L. Truiillo Molina of the
Detroit's Finest Milk 8
Dominican Republic, commander- other "non-Aryans" affected by
Johnson's 470
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished , in-chief of the South American the nation's harsh anti-Jewish
Per (it
large and airy room for young R epublic's army, issued the fol- law may be established with the
Rey. Catalog
business man or lady. Refined lowing statement here before help of British, American and
Honest milk ha,, the butterfat con
tent olitInlf minted on the btollirt
Jacob
home. Reasonable. Near car sailing on the Normandie: "My Dutch capital. It was stated that
and bus. Suppers optional. government will take as a first the bank will seek to finance
FRESH EGGSvig
Silverman
Townsend 8-0218,
SURGICAL
Per Dozen - • -
unit without restrictions 600 the settlement of Hungarian ref-
MODAL
ugees in Abyssinia, Venezuela,
UT:
Jewish
refugee
families
divided
WANTED—Couple, man or wo-
the Dominican Republic and
Funeral services for Samuel
We pa y our male ern•
man to share neatly furnished into agricultural, industrial and other countries.
Marks, 69 years old. who died
apartment. 1910 Delaware, professional groups, with a view
IIR E
L
Zai
rig
to taking more." Spokesmen for
Tuesday, Aug. 1, at his home,
ployees better than an
Apt.
17.
2903
9717 Otsego Ave, were held at
President Roosevelt's Advisory Mindanao Province Provided for
Elmhurst ',
ee of $42.00 per
Refugee Colony
the Beth Tikvah Synagogue.
FOR RENT— Nice, clean, well Committee on Refugees had no
---
TO. 8-178311
Mr. Marks was a resident of
comment to make on Gen. Tru-
MANILA (WNS) —President
furnished
room
in
small
fam-
Y
M
week.
jillo's
`
Detroit
for
46
years,
and
was
statement
but
indicated
Manuel L. Quezon told members
ily. Board if desired. Good
Pertenon4
engaged in the retail grocery
transportation. Near car and that the committee is completing of the Jewish refugee committee
business.
bus. 2492 Clairmount. Tyler the draft of a report on refugee there was no land available in
6-1377.
colonization possibilities in the Lanao Province on the Island
lie Is survived by his wife,
Johnson Milk Depot
Dominican Republic.
of Mindanao for such settlers.
Lena; a son, Dr. Morris IL;
FOR
RENT—One
or
two
newly-
TR. 1-3131
He said the committee had also
Rev. Cantor three sisters, Mrs. 'Abraham
painted, furnished rooms for Danzig Nazi Authorities Seise inspected an isolated, part of
Nathan, Mrs. Jennie Greenberg,
DAVID
single
or
couple.
Kitchen
priv-
Cotobato Province, which he
Mre. Rachel Keller; three
Property of French Citizen
GOLDEN and
ileges. Board if desired. Rea-
Morris Bromberg (left), ace pilot of the Tel Aviv airport, now
brothers, Saul, Aaron, and
PARIS. (WNS)—The Forei gn thought suitable for refugee set- in this
sonable. 9803 McQuade Ave.
Detroll's rawartte
country to make preparations for a New York-Tel Aviv FOR SALE—APARTMENTS
dement. He said any refugee
Schmiel; and five grand-daugh-
Office
was
investigating
a
repo
rt,
near Rochester. Upper.
MODEL
ters.
settlers
would
be
asked
to
limit
flight, is here shown receiving the American Palestine Good Will
published in the newspaper L ;
TYLER 111-SIMI
Trophy,
presented to him fo r his services
their
efforts
to
cultivation
of
to Palestine aviatio n by
WANTED—Attractive and intel- Temps, which disclosed that
Wedding Cements.
citrus fruits, rubber, vegetables Myron J. Bluestone, executive director of the Maccabi Aero Club.
lee Performed M
ligent young lady as recep- French citizen, a woman of Je w- a nd other crops which would not The presentati
on
Detrn , r
HOMO and by Ape
made in the courtyard of the Palestine Pa-
tionist. Write details to Box ish origin, living in Danzig, h ad compete with Filipino agricul- vilion at the New was
poinlment.
York World's Fair.
suffered confiscation of her prop-
800, Detroit Jewish Chronicle.
tural
products
such
as
hemp
and
Mr. Bromberg visited New York four years •go • the leader
erty under the Nazi-dominated
of the Palestin e Good Will Motorcycl
In loving memory of our dear FOR RENT — Beautiful, fur- territory's property confiscation coconuts.
e Squad, which s on it, way
to America crossed the Sahar a
mother and grandmother, Eliza-
nished room with five windows. law of July 6. According to the
desert with guidance of compasses
only.
center of America. Advanc-
beth DeYoung, who passed away
CANBERRA,
Australia
(WNS)
Comfortable and clean. Gen- newspaper report, the Danzig
ing rents prophesied. Rely on
19 years ago, Aug. 13, 1920.
—Jewish
immigrants,
principally
tlemen
preferred.
Shower.
$5,
authorities
seized
all
her
shares
In our hearts your tnentory lingere
our Facts and Figures.
14wrri, tender and true
single; $8, double. Calvert in a Danzig department store, the from Germany, increased the Jewish posters calling on French
There I.• not ■ May au. by
near Wildemere. Townsend first such incident involving a number of Jewish settlers here Canadians to "oust the Jews, - committee in Chicago under the
That we do not think of poi
5-4903.
French citizen. Foreign Office at- from 570 to 4,638 chiefly owing and Father Charland, the Sit " direction of some 30 Catholic Oakman Blvd.
Sadly missed by her children
taches were unable to confirm to the Commonwealth's agree- Agathe des 'musts village priest ' leaders of that city, Its purpose Distinctive home address.
and grandchildren..
FOR RENT—Comfortable, fur- the report or to state what ment to admit 15,000 refugees in a sermon urged his congrega is to carry on the work of the Modern 13 apt like
new.
nished room in home of small measures would be taken if the by 1941.
tion to take measures to kee
Sold for $§5,00. Rent $5,400.
family. Cross-ventilation. Good fact were proven to be true.
In loving memory of our dear
the village "French-Canadian. p national committee in New York, Ins. Co foreclosure. Consider
whose
program
of
activity
con-
transportation.
2697
Glendale.
Nazi District Leader Condemns One Jewish lawyer is reported
daughter and sister, Bessie Sider-
offer only $22,600. Small
Townsend 5-1424.
to have been arrested for "ob- sists of a research bureau, in-1 terms 5 , 70 int.
man, who passed away 12 years
Anti-German Feeling in
Nazis Halt Emigration of
structing the sidewalk." Mayor formation service and education
ago, Aug. 26, 1927,
"Protectorate"
Jewish
Doctors
MIDDLE-AGED, refined couple
1 ou left um twelve 5.m •go
LONDON. (WNS) — Jewis h PRAGUE (WNS)—Following Forget has organized a citizens' of Catholics to combat bigotry
19 Apt
elgh, we cry, es mien )0U PO
will share their comfortable
committee which pointedly ex-
Your piece I. empty, red and grey
flat with single or couple. physicians under 45 will not be an appeal asking for aid in har- cludes any Jewish-Canadian resi-
and anti-Semitism, radio broad-
3 rooms tiled baths recon-
Cr. atone with you oc•i.
allowed
to
emigrate
from
the
vesting
the
crops
in
the
"pro-
Good transportation. Reason-
dents but which he declares will casts, speakers bureau and fre- ditioned. New hall carpets,
Sadly missed by her parents
able. 2230 W. Euclid Ave. "Protectorate" of Bohemia- Mo- tectorate," hundreds of Prague investigate.
new Frigidaires, new table
and sisters.
quent issuances of literature.
ravia, according to advices from Jews, including refugees from
Tyler 7-2878.
In Halifax, Nova Scotia, neut.. Two radio programs are planned top stoves, Rent $7,500 ten-
Prague which revealed that the other parts of the former
ants
pay light and gas. Nor-
In loving memory of Hermina FOR SALE — COMMON- Gestapo (secret Nazi police) Czecho-Slovakia, volunteered to rilous leaflets have been dis- in Chicago, and arrangements mal $100,050 value. Sacrifice
may extend the ban to include work in the fields. The appeal tributed by a group called "The have been made for the distri-
Schultz
who
passed
away
Aug.
WEALTH.
GRAND
RIVER
Rabbi Abraham Schechter 16, 1924; also Maurice
only $33,500 terms $10,000 to
SECTIO N. Eleven family Jewish chemists. Palestine immi- was issued by the Czech Minis- Defenders," urging a boycott of bution of educational leaflets as
Schultz
new $23,500 mtg.
Rabbi of Congregation Ahm'ath
who departed this life March
apartment. Rental per month gration certificates, already al- try of Agriculture to the Prague Jewish merchants and "Red well as "The Voice," official or-
communist
Jews."
Achim and Other Synagogue.
lotted
to
40
Jewish
doctors,
will
17, 1938,
Jewish Community and Jewish
8317.50. $3500 Down. Mr.
gan
of
the
Committee,
to
all
25 Units
, lone dear parent, gone former,
In Toronto a leaflet headed parts of Chicago.
Performs All Rabbinic Punction•
Donaldson, University 1-4000. have to be re-distributed as a social institutions. Besides the
now we nil.. your milling foots.
result of the Gestapo's action.
2 and 3 rooms baths with
Harold Blake Sales Division.
refugees, members of Jewish "Trade With Gentiles" is being W. L. White, Son of Emporia
nut you left us to 1,111.0114.r,
PERFORMS MARRIAGES
Jewish refugees must deposit youth organizations, such as the circulated, calling upon Canad- Editor, See s so Anti-Semitis
Vote. on earth I it like your places.
showers.
Elegant tiled lobby
Pf37 CANDI:RON A1E. TO.
m
FOR RENT — Nicely furnished 450,000 kronen in order to trans- Chalutz and Brith Trumpeldor, ians "to free themselves from
antique painted walls. Rent
W.
L.
White,
son
of
William
The flays and tears are sad without
room
in
fer
newly
£1,000
although
before
the
decorated
home.
were
cordially
the
stranglehold
of
financial
ion
welcomed a5 vol.
Allen White, noted editor of $10,800. Normal value $125,-
Reasonable. Use of telephone. German occupation not less than unteere.
leeches," and demanding a stop Emporia, Kansas, writing in the 000 former mtg. $70,000. We
And nothing :seems lull right;
ce we dearly Inc nil Moe
2282 Pingree Ave., between £3,240 could have been trans.
Anti-German feeling in Bo- to entrance of Jewish refugees. New York Post, declared that advise offer only $40,000. De-
gone.
Ten A.M. Ito kind and Might
14th and LaSalle, lower. Ty- ferred. Refugees who hold Pal- hemia-Moravia would be met by It denounces the anti-Fascist he had found no evidences of troit's greatest values in
ler 8-4516.
estine capitalist immigration cer - severe retaliations Prague's Nazi boycott as a "Jewish trick."
anti-Semitism in the course of sound investment properties.
but there •ro mme who'll !Inner
A roinsoi the plat ip '14 bP, y011
tificates are required by the district leader Konstantin Hoess
In Kingston, Ontario, a sim- a 2,000-mile tour of the
laid
01110 win w oter flower.
mid-
YOUNG COUPLE desire trans- Gestapo to deposit 300,000 kra threatened following
Q
ilaur e. catmwpaNi:_iambisesinikrucnoa
MR. BEDFORD
Wein west. "I haven't said there is
conducted
tin the gm.. that Orel hne made .
evidence
portation to New York end of nen with the National Bank , that Czechs were boycotting Ger- against Jewish-Canadian citizens. no anti-Semitism in this coun-
Your loving daughters, son and
this
month.
Can
help
drive
or
Homer Warren & Co.
plus 150,000 kronen for the man shops. The Insistence of
try,"
grandchildren.
the
writer
said,

"but if
share expenses. Write Box 100, "flight tax" and other taxes be- local German authorities or
no Newry Dependable Fent.
STE AGATHE DES MONTS, there were a rising tide some of
Detroit Jewish Chronicle.
fore permission can be obtained Creche under pressure that Jews'
In memory of our beloved son
- it would be trickling down th e
to effect the transfer. Unless shops he branded caused
stein, of Montreal, was hurt here upper Mississippi basin: a few
and brother, Paul Zeiger, who FOR RENT — 3785 Atkinson. Nazi authorities are
"inci- stein,
satisfied that
drops would have spotted the
departed four years ago, August
Upper five-room heated flat. the amount transferred will be dents" in the town of Sternberg. when a 17-year-old French-Cana-
A notice "Jewish Shop" was de- dian, driving a milk wagon, high plains, and I found
12. 1935.
none.
Breakfast n o o k, frigidaire, invested in Palestine, refugee
Open "Re-Elect Mayor
faced
by
Czechs
three
nights
charged his horse into a group
painted walls, tile bath. Tyler holders of the capitalist
Poor tear. Moe molest.
immi- running with the words "Never of Jewish women, and
Reading Campaign Head-
6-2213.
an 11-
gration certificates will be per- mind. we will shop here any- year-old boy
t'ou'rs gun
atop
riding with him ISRAEL FRIEDKIN DIES
quarters" on 12th St.
you mule
mitted to transfer only £500, way." The villagers ridicule the slashed her shoulder
FOR
RENT

Nicely
furnished
with
a
It only mak. our heaM• break;
w ho tan tell our Pate?
room for a lady, gentleman or the remainder being held in alley. branding of shops that they have whip. This was the first instance
"Re-elect
Mayor Reading Cam-
met. and tan g • all la rain
NEW YORK—Israel Friedkin paign
.$
couple in home of small fam- ance until satisfactory proof is known to be Jewish-owned for of violence reported since the
Headquarters" have been
given that the emigrant and his years.
of 956 Fifth Avenue, publisher

ily.
Congenial
surroundings.
Posting
of
anti-Jewish
placards
opened
at
12th
and Philadelphia
Sadly missed by his parents,
last week-end in the Laurentian of The Jewish Morning Journal, Sta.,
Reasonable. Good transporta- capital will remain in the Holy
brother and sister.
in the heart of the Jewish
Land.
Yiddish daily, and of the Jewish
Seek to Circumscribe Alien
resort village.
tion. Tyler 8-4482.
NO DOWN PAYMENT en
Meanwhile the Gestapo im-
American, Yiddish weekly, died community. A committee con-
Activity is Hungary
on Monday night in Royat, sisting of Dr. Perry P. Burnatine,
FOR RENT—Airy room for em- posed measures on delegates to
BUDAPEST (WNS) — The
Tires . Radios • Batteries
MONTREAL (WNS) —As a France, where he
Ben Clark, Alex Camel. Morn.
ployed lady or gentleman in the Zionist Congress at Geneva Lower House approved ■ bill
was spending
of recent press reports •
home of small family. Cross- and only those who pledge to riving Cabinet ministers power result
vacation with his wife, the Goldberg, James Conway and
Publicizing , anti-Jewish activities former
ventilation. Garage.' Near bus return after the conference, to denationalize citizens without
Miss . Diana Dtishkind, many others are sponsoring the
formerly S & K Super Service
and car. 3316 Grand Ave. near which opens August 16, may be court order, it was reported in various provinces of Canada and a son, Donald. Mr. Fried- headquarters so that the mane
Tire and Comers! Repairs
named. The Gestapo has taken here. The measure is directed and particularly in the summer kin, according to a statement campaign workers in the 13tH
Dexter. Townsend 7-2069.
resort of Ste. Agathe des Monts issued
and 15th Congressional District=
lAbrtentlow—Mandard 011 gnaws.
the added precaution to ensure
by The Jewish Morning
NEWPORT (WNS)—The Jew- FOR RENT—Attractive room in return of the delegates elected. against Hungarians belonging to in the Laurentians, Colonel P.
8820 Linwood it Pingree
Journal, had been suffering from as well as the citizens at large
foreign
political
organizations
ish
Congregation
of
Newport,
A.
Piuze,
Quebec
Provincial
Po-
Tyler 4-9001
refined home. Reasonable. Good of confiscating the passports of
a heart ailment for several Years, may be afforded an opportunity
first established in 1658 when 15
Comte. and Service
of obtaining the true facts con-
transportation. Tyler 5-4340. wives of the delegates who have having anti-patriotic leanings and lice Commissioner, said that he but his condition
Our Watchwords
against those who leave the had visited Ste. Agatha and var-
had apparently cerning Mayor Richard W. Read-
Jewish families settled here. will
been approved.
The
Gestapo
country secretly. Strong enm- ious other places in the Lauren- improved M recent months. He ing and his campaign for re-
oresent to the City • monument
The German Government has meanwhile cancelled, without ity Hungarian Nazis who see in t lane, traveling 380 miles, to In- was 49 years old.
dedicated to the founders of re-
election
Mr. Friedkin is credited with Detroit. as Mayor of the City of
given permission to the Federa- any reason beinr given, the •ition to the bill has been voiced vestigate the situation and take
World Youth Conference Pledges ligious liberty, first established tion of Polish Jews in that passports of all officers and em- the
bill means of applying re- all measures to prevent the oc- having introduced modern pub-
on this continent in the State of
Organization meeting a, in-
ployes
of
the
Zionist
Organize-
Resistance to Totalitarianism
country 'to send • delegation to
•et-ictions against their leaders currence of any violence or lishing methods into the Yiddish
Rhode Island.
tion and the Jewish Community.
newspaper field when he suc- structions, as well as rallies will
AMSTERDAM (Religious
W. Selden Washington and El- the third biennial conference of Establish Coordinating Found.. who fled abroad.
breaches of law and order. Deny- ceeded his uncle se
be
eponsored periodically.
the World Federation of Polish
publisher in
ing the existence of a "serious
News Service)—A call to the ward Jonas Phillips, direct de-
lion
The official inauguration of
Exodus
1918. He organized a staff of
Anti-Semitic Demonstrations
scendants of George Washington Jews Abroad which will take
situation,"
he
declared
that
the
headquarters will take nl —e
The
Coordinating
dF i sting Foundation.
Christian youth of the world to end Rabbi Moses Seizes. will place at the Hotel Astor in New
Reported in Canada
"there is absolutely no cause foreign correspondents coverin g Saturday night, Aug. 19. when
the leading Jewish centers of the
resist all totalitarian forces in read the exchange of messages York during the week of Sept. which will cooperate with indi-
TORONTO (WNSI—Subvera- whatsoever for 1141,11
worn
a
rally
open to the general pub-
or
fear
viduals and Wrganizations en- lye aritation by Fascist troops I o
, making his caner the first l
nation and state was Issued here between the First President and Ig, Word to thi• effect was re- gaged
f violence or disturbance."
in irenroving the condi-
in the Yiddish language to pos- ic will be held. The principal
at the closing plenary session Seizes. leader of the Jewish ceived from Berlin at the offices tions of beneficiaries and faeili- in Canada and the fomenting of
s neaker will be Mayor Reading.
.
ft person, spirit in Ste. A ra the
of the World Conference of eongregation, on the occesion of of the Federation of Polish Jett. t oting
, Catholics to Fight Anti•Semitisam sess its own cable service.
emigration of involuntary
Telegrams of condolence were Entertainment and refreshments
W. 34th St., New s '
monis. Quebec. I summer I
Christian Youth which repre- Washington's visit to that city. in America, 225
GChicane
del rmirranta
from Germany, ass des
rrceived at the Friedkin home will round out the evening. Ad-
York.
The
resort,
produced
alarming
threats
sented about 70 national and in- The re-enactment will tel - si place
NEW YORK (WNS) — The here from President
mission is free. Activities will
eration
from
Ger-
registered
here
as

limited
corn-
t
o nesee of residents herd Committee of Catholics to Fight
Roosevelt,
ternational Christian youth on the steps of the aucient New- many will be headed by Dr. Israel nany
at 8 p. m. Dr. Born-
listing its subscribera as bled week. In the village of Ste. A nti-Semitism hit announced the Governor and Mrs. Herbert H. commence
port Touro Synagogue.
groups throughout the world.
Glicksman., John W. Davis, Paul
atine
will act as chairman and
Barmaid, Agathe there appeared anti- f ormation of a branch of the Lehman, Alfred E. Smith, Sam- will be
assisted

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