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September 1. 1939



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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stolarsky,
accompanied by their children, Dr.
Charles Stolar and Mrs. Robert
Black, are spending the holiday
visiting Cadet Arnold Surath at
the Junior Military Academy of
Bloomington Springs, Tenn.

An Advance Showing


Fall Suits and



Miss Thelma Davis of Toledo,
0., has been the house guest of
Miss Virginia Lichtenstein for the
past two weeks. Among the affairs
given in honor of Miss Davis was
a formal garden party for 12
couples. Out-of-town guests also
included Meyer Davis of Toledo,
0. A luncheon and open house
was held at the Lichtenstein home.
Miss Rosalind Seidler of Cooley
Lake was hostess to Miss Thelma
Davis, Adele Wexler, Sylvia Felo.
witz and Virginia Lichtenstein
for the week-end. Mrs. Morris
Mischovsky and Mrs. Sam Lich-
tenstein gave a dinner and enter-
tained Miss Davis overnight slur.
ing the second week end. Miss Syl-
via Felowitz entertained at a din-
ner in Miss Davis' honor and Miss
Sarah Bronstein gave a luncheon
after which the group went to
Windsor, Canada. Sirs. Lawrence
Weiss (Mildred Brown) also gave
a luncheon in Miss Davis' honor.

Dr. and Mrs. S. Slier returned
from a week's stay in Charlevoix.



Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Freden-
thal and son, Burton, of Holden
Ave., returnee! Sunday from a
two weeks' sojourn in the east.
They visited the World's Fair in
New York; relatives in Boston
and their daughter, Floe Lee, in
Plymouth, Mass., where she is
in school on a scholarship. Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Bergstcin and son,
.Stuart, of Midland, and Mrs.
Maurice Koffman of Bay City ac-
companied them.

Contributions to Women's
Auxiliary of Jewish
Children's Home


Mrs. Charles A. Smith ac-
knowledges the following con-
tributions to the Women's Aux-
iliary of the Jewish Children's

that after 15 years association
with thi fiarley Buick Co. he is
opening a Buick Agency of his


Read Announcement in—

of the opening of Jack Alkon's modern and fully
equipped Buick Salesroom and Service Station




Phone Wyandotte 0650


whi c h will be announced next week
Alkon can be reached at his residence,
Phone TO. 8.3156

The Detroit Auxiliary of the Los
Angeles Sanatorium


Cantors Nathan Z Samuel Stolnitz

The Inimitable Father and Son Chazonim in Rosh
Hashonah and Yom Kippur Services

at Littman's People's Theater

8210 12TH STREET

First Slicoth Services, Saturday,Sept. 9,—midnight

Seats, at very reasonable prices, may be secured at the
theater, evenings and Sundays. For information call Madison


Invites You to Attend


— AT —

Young Israel Center

2691 JOY ROAD, near Linwood








7 to 10:30 P. M.; Sundays, 10 to 4


Will Chant the Services During the

— IN _


All Friends and the G

I Public Invited

Tickets 12 and 68, Obtainable in Lachar's Office


Contributions to the Jewish
Children's Howe

The Jewish Children's Home
acknowledges donations from the
following: Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Sprit
y of Abraham
Cohen, in memor
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Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Harris. in
memory of Abraham Chapman;
Mrs. R. Adel, in memory of Pau-
e rw; William W. Sharpe,
in memory of Hyman Yost; Mr.
and Mn. Louis Rosenthal. Mrs. D.
Silverman, Mrs. J. Kubeek. Esther
Perlman, Metropolitan Cleaners,
in memory of Abraham Chap-

Frani id, and SI,. J. le•s- Inman and
Mr. and Mrs fleorge Orley in h o nor
of Mr. and Mrs I1a,IA thildbers's
LSI h weddingnlvereary.
Prom Mr. an d urn. Rennie St nid•
erte In memory of J. Standen. father
of Mr,. Julio, 1 Uri man. •
Frnin Mr. and Mr. I leorge M. Itolierte
In mem o ry of nay Hallman ,.hen.
Frost Mr. and Mr. line 1n10• lu
honor of the Confirmation of fletirga
of Mr. and Mrs.Plinnione
From Mre. Inn Blunt isern. In inent•
o re
of 110ro ttrrenatelu, tun! her of Mrs.
Na t Brunets In .
Prnin Mr.nd Sire. Pam uel No•nnatt.
in honor of her Mar MIIXVflil or Mn, Is

I•otn Sire. Jneoli tlrnitt, a girt.
FV0111 Mr., hi. l'ollark, root Old. Ion
In the AMP f unit

Contributions to the Auxiliary

1 for the Home in commemoration

of a dear one, and in honor of
happy occasions, may be sent to
Mrs. Smith, 1935 Glynn Ct„ To.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Letvin announce the engagement of thei
daughter, Mollie, to Bernard A. Aston. son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Werbe of Flint, Mich., announce the
engagement of their daughter, Winnifred Selma, to Dr. David D.
Gutterman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gutterman of Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Strelzer (Esther Kobaker) of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
announce the engagement of their daughter, Rosamond, to Simeon
Goldstein. son of Rabbi and Mrs. Herbert S. Goldstein of New York.
Mrs. Lena Agree of Wisconsin Ave. announces the engagement
of her daughter, Trudee, to Marvin S. Steinberg, son of Mrs. Ida
Green of Clements Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mtlxman of Taylor Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter, Gertrude, to Paul 11. Harwin of
Detroit. A winter wedding is planned.
Mr. and Mrs. Max J. Quater of Muskegon, Mich., announce
the engagement of their daughter, Mildred, to Harold J. Kopel,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kopel of Hazelwood Ave., Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Cy Ross of Indiana Ave. announce the engage-
inent of their daughter, Rita, to Martin Weinstein, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Weinstein.



Punchinello, 5.00


Oakland Glass Co.

Birth s

1940 BUICK




way stations in Berlin and Vi-
enna recently are women, aged
men and children, waiting for
trains to take them out of the
Dr. Morton Hack has been sp. country while their menfolk
pointed to the military affairs were forced to remain behind
comnittee of the National Associ- to work on war projects.
ation of Chiropodists by Dr.
Meanwhile, offices of Jewish
Charles E. Krauss of Philadel-
phia, re-elected president of that relief committees and welfare
body recently.
agencies here were besieged by
Dr. Hack is a Captain of In-
Jews from many countries
fantry in the United States
Army's Officers Reserve Corps stranded in France by the crisis.
and has been active in the move- The American Jewish Joint Dis-
ment to secure the establishment tribution Committee offices were
of a chiropody corps in the
making every effort to assist
United States Army. He also
serves as chairman of the scien- delegates of the Palestine Miz-
tific committee of the Michigan rachi Organization to the recent
World Zionist Congress in Ge-
Chiropody Association.
neva to reach their destination.
Delegates from Poland were said
be in need of financial aid.

French border patrols were
MICHIGAN— Paramount's
said to be redoubling their vigi-
cavalcade of show business, "The
lance on the French-Italian bor-
Star Maker," is at the Michigan
der where hundreds of Jewish
Theater for to midwestern pre-
refugees, fearing the outbreak
miere, with Bing Crosby and De-
of war, have made several at-
troit's own singing nightingale,
to cross the border into
Linda Ware, making her screen
debut, in a cast that also boasts France. Those apprehended were
the presence of Ned Sparks, love- immediately deported to Italy.
ly Louise Campbell, and 99 tal- Refugees holding valid docu-
ented youngsters, singing, danc- ments to enter the United States
ing and generally performing. under quota regulations were
On the same program is a thrill- marooned in Italy when Italian
ing second feature, "Miracles for steamship lines cancelled all
Sale," featuring Robert Young scheduled railings. Other Euro-
pean steamship lines were also
and Florence Rice.
said to be cancelling regular

UNITED ARTISTS—The magic sailing schedules.
Jewish agencies, including the
starring Judy Garland, Frank Joint Distribution Committee,
Morgan, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, the ORT, and the HIAS-ICA
Billie Burke and Jack Haley, Emigration Association, while
with a cast of thousands, remains coping with the new complies.
■ second week on the screen of lions of the refugee problem,
the United Artists Theater. have already started partial evac-
uation from Paris into interior
FOX—Heralded by enthusias- towns, particularly to Angers
tic premiere audiences as the and Geneva.
season's most sprightly and witty
A declaration, addressed to
comedy and the picture that President Ignace Moscicki and
definitely establishes Ginger Rog- Marshal Edward Smigly-Rydz, by
err as a romantic comedienne, the Association of Polish Jews
"Bachelor Mother" is at the Fox
in France expressed readiness to
Theater. The companion picture
fight for the defens eof Poland.
returns Lee Track to the screen
Polish-born Jews and non-Jews
after a lengthy absence to star
have meanwhile begun the or-
in "Spellbinder."
ganization of a united commit-
prepared to join the French
PALMS-STATE — The movie
pitting James Carney against forces in the event of war.

New York Committee for Jewish
Education announced the ap-
pointment this week of Dr. Al-
exander Dushkin as executive
director of the committee which
is expected to begin functioning
next year. Dr. Dushkin, a former
director of the Chicago Bureau
of Jewish Education, recently
arrived from Palestine where he
served as professor of education
at the Hebrew University.

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wienner
of Calvert Ave. announce the
marriage on Aug. 18 of their
daughter, Vivian, to Joseph L.
Nellis, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Nellis of Chicago.

Hats off to our latest

Sc iNC1.1.1 it: i 1, 110M

FISHER—"Daughters Courag-
eous," with the Lane Sisters,
John Garfield and Claude Rains,
and ''Return of the Cisco Kid."
with Warner Baxter, is the dual
offering at the Fisher.

At the Wilshire Hotel last Sun-
day afternoon, Rabbi A.
Hershman united in marriage
Miss Rose Miller and Leo Hack.
Mrs. Hack is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller and
the groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel B. Hack.
Among the out-of-town guests
were Mr. and Mrs. J. Mandel-
haunt and daughter of Pitts-
burgh, Mr. and Mrs. George
Schultz and children and Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Pesick and son
of Chicago.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Taff an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Alice, to Manuel Bar-
ris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Barris, on Sunday, Aug. 20, at
Sept. 2—Miss Annette Sara Manson, daughter of Mrs. Bess
Manson of Elmhurst Ave., to Maurice Zeiger, son of Mrs. Clara Congregation Bnai David. Rabbi
Sperka officiated. Mr. and Mrs.
Zeiger of Monterey Ave., at Congregation Bnal David, at 8 D. m.
Barris have returned from their
Sept. 3--Miss Beatrice Glieberman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. honeymoon and are residing on
Harry Glieberman of Fullerton Ave., to William Casman, son of Monterey Ave.
Mrs. Fannie Casman of Fenkell Ave., at Congregation Shaarey
Dashing, carefree little beret, in the soft Tish-U-Felt
Zedek. Rabbi M. Zager will officiate.
you'll find in all Punchinello:. Wear it off the face,
Sept. 3—Miss Harriet Jean Rosenthal, daughter of Mr. and Detroit Auxiliary of Los
Mrs. J. P. Rosenthal of Boston Blvd., to Hyman M. Beale, son of
Angeles Sanatorium Spon-
or tilted down over one eye. In all colors . . . black.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bielewich.
sors High Holy Day Serv-
brown, navy, Fairway green, Dragonfly blue, Viking blue
I Sept. 3—Miss Lillian Levinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
ices at Littman's Theater;
Samuel Lovinger of Waverly Ave., to Norman R. Gould. son of
or Tuscan grape.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gould of Rochester Ave., at First Hebrew
Congregation of Delray, at 6 p. m.
Cantors and Large Choir
Sept. 3—Miss Florence Golden, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. D.
to Officiate
Golden, to Theodore Richmond, son of Jacob Richmond of Toronto,
Canada, at the Olympia Hotel in Mt. Clemens, Rev. Golden and.
The Detroit Auxiliary of the
Rabb i Winchester officiating,
Los Angeles Sanatorium urges
Sept. 3—Miss Helen Greenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
1'115 elf lour
Detroit Jews, particularly those TUROVER LOAN ELECTS
Jacob Greenberg, of 3278 Leslie Ave., to Oscar Rosenberg. son of
in the vicinity of 12th St., to

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rosenberg of Buena Vista Ave. Reception at
reserve their scats for the Rosh
home from 2 to 6 P. M. No cards.
Hashonah and Yom Kippur serv-
Sept. 3—Miss Frieda Samet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Osias ices, at Littman's People's Thea-
Marking 16 years of success-
niam, fact ti rinI to your epee Meat Iona
Samet of New York, to Irving Yagoda, son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl
operation, without loss to
Yagoda of Lawrence ve., Detroit. Rev. Samuel Merin will officiate.
alma tOss,, Topa for yone Furniture
The auxiliary has done all in any of its members, after weath-
Sept. 10—Miss Shirley Fields, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
its power to accommodate the ering two depressions, the Tur-
Morris Feldman• of Gladstone Ave., to Louis W. Rubenstein, son
public. The renowned father and over Loan Association elected of-
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubenstein of N. Martindale Ave.. at
son, Cantors Nathan and Sam-
TY. 64E11
Congregation Mishkan Israel.
uel Stolnitz, have been engaged.
They will be accompanied by a
large choir. The seats have been
priced reasonably. An Oneg Yom
Toe is assured to all the wor-
shipers because of the fine com-
positions prepared by the Chaz-
onim, including the solos of the
Aug. 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Sam Plotkin (Marion Feldstein) o young cantor who possesses a
Tyler Ave., a son, Lawrence Irwin..
beautiful voice and because of
Aug. 24—To Rabbi and Mrs. Levy Si. Becker of New Haven the splendid individual seating
Conn., formerly of Detroit, a daughter.
Aug. 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Forman (Sadye E. Karbal) , With every seat purchased, a
of 2929 Webb Ave., a slaughter, Esther Golda
contribution will be made to-
Aug. 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Irving A. Winkelman (Iliene wards relieving the suffering of
Kruger) of Ashland Ave.. a son, Sheldon Phillip.
8911 Grand Riser.
Corner Martindale

Dr. Morton Hack Appoint-
ed on Military Affairs
Committee of National
Ass'n of Chiropodists

George Raft goes into its third
week downtown by moving over
to the Palms-State where "Every
Dawn I Die" is the top feature.
"Night Work," with Charlie Rug-
gles and Mary Boland fussing
frantically as apartment - house
managers, is the second feature.


Danzig Jews pprehensive
DANZIG. (WNS)—Two thou-

sand Danzig Jews followed the
European situation with grave
apprehension believing that if
war broke out many would be
sent to concentration camps. It
was learned that some of them
still hoped and planned to flee to
Poland. Until foreign exchange
restrictions were inaururated
two months aro, emigration of
Jews from this area had prog-
ressed so well that they had
hoped to evacuate the entire
Jewish population before the end
of the year. The Jewish commu-
nity sunports 1.000 deatitutes.
with the aid of contributions
from United States sources. A
month ago. 45 Jews were draft.',
fa clear rand near the Polish
frontier. They were recnlied re-

TYler 4.7600


ficers for the ensuing year. Isi-
dore Sosnick was drafted as
president. Max L. Roberts was
elected financial secretary after
a year's absence from that of-
fice. Herman Lichtman was
president; Aaron
Eckshtat, recording secretary,
and John Lebowski. treasurer.
The following comprise the board
of directors: Albert Parvin, Ju-
lius Schwartz, William Hoffman,
Nathan P. Rossen, Morris Sha-
piro, David Hertz and Max
Stark. Sol Lumberg was named
legal advisor.

Return- cannon mounted, to protect the
harbor, keystone of British de-
fense in the eastern Mediter-
ranean, and the pipeline.
The Jewish Agency Execu-
tive reassured the Jewish popu-
lace of Palestine, at the same
time counselling discipline. A
statement was issued following
an urgent meeting of the pro-
visional Executive dealing with
steps taken for security and eco-
nomic preparedness in consulta-
tion with several Yishuv com-
mittees planning for, the emer-
had already emigrated from Ger-
many and the need for addition-
An extraordinary meeting of al houses of worship was not
the Tel Aviv Municipality de- pressing. It was also reported
cided to empower a security that the Nazi government will
committee and also to purchase allow Jews to gather for pilaycr
gas masks. It determined also to during the coming high holidays.
apply to the government for Permission to gather for prayer
price-fixing regulations and to on the high holy days has been
urge. financial grants for activi- granted to Jews in Berlin and
ties connected with the present not yet to Jews in other cities
Naskashibi Group Pledges War situation.
throughout Germany.
Support to England
Air raids precautions instrue.
JERUSALEM. (WNS - Palcor tions were issued to the Civil
PARIS. (WNS)—German, for-
Agency)—A delegation of lead- Guard, while the Jewish Agency eign and "stateless" Jews, as
ers of the Arab opposition to opened a number of offices for well as all foreigners living in
the exiled Grand Mufti's poli- coordination of air raids precau- Germany, are being included in
cies, headed by Ragheb Bey and tions.
distribution of rationing cards to
Fakhri Nashashibi, assured High
the entire civilian population, it
Commissioner MacMichael of the
was reported here.
Yorkville Gripped by Fear as
loyalty of the majority of Pal-
War Crisis Mounts
estine Arabs to Great Britain
Nazis Continua to H
and offered their lives and prop-
Slovakian Jews
ville, the upper east side sec-
erty in support of the govern-
PRAGUE. (WNS) — German
tion of New York City, popu-
Nazis carried through another
ment in the present war crisis.
lated mostly by citizens of Ger-
pogrom against Jews in Bratis-
The Nashashibi delegation, com-
man extraction, today feels that
posed of six leaders, represented
lava. It was reported here that
the infallible Fuehrer had gone
the party that has vigorously
Nazis had broken into the Jew-
too far to retreat. Fear of war
ish quarter of the town and had
opposed Arab terrorism against
grips the German in Yorkville
the Jews and British during the
subjected hundreds of Jews to
and there was an atmosphere of
violence and indignities, search-
nest three years of disorder in
tenseness which struck a new
ing for victims in restaurants,
note that perhaps Hitler could
cafes and other public places.
pull no fresh white rabbit out of
All Jewish reservists in Slovakia
the hat. Edward Arnold, staff were mobilized for work on war
Palestine Prepares for War.
writer for the New York World-
projects but were not accepted
Agency) — Palestine, together Telegram, discovered that Ger- for active duty as soldiers. All
with the Mandatory Power, mans have a premonition that are forced to wear a yellow
moved forward rapidly to cope now they are to be hated as identification badge.
with war and the emergency Germans and not as Nazis. "Up
situation preceding it, as mili- to now." one of them said when
War Crisis Halts Work of
tary and economic measures interviewed, "it was mostly the
Refuge. Aid Temporarily '
were taken to conserve food sup- Juden. One expects the Jews to-
LONDON. (WNS)—According
plies and distribution and to day to hate the Germans. But to newspaper reports here the
strengthen the country's de- now there is a universal hatred Home Office is faced with the
of the German."
problem of what to do with 40,-
000 refugees now in England
A series of regulatory enact-
NEW YORK. (WNS)—A spe- in the event of %•i.. It is believed
ments published here included as
a principal feature a drastic and cial prayer for world peace was that all male refugees may be
unprecedented banking law which offered in each of the 70 branch temporarily interned and re-
will severely hit the smaller ynagogues of the National Coun- leased individually when the
banks of the country which cil of Young Israel, at the sug- status of each is made clear.
The American consulate here
were the first to feel the uneasi- gestion of Moses H. Hoenig,
has pigeon-holed refugee cases
nese striking a population ex- president of the organization.
for immigration to the United
pecting the imminence of war.
LONDON. (WNS) — Because States until the strained inter.
Legislation issued provides for
of the international situation the
the maintenance of reserve stocks third world Youth Aliyah (immi- national situation brought about
by the war scare is eased, and
of essential commodities, the con-
gration) conference scheduled for until the work of aiding Ameri-
trol of food imports and the Sept. 2 to
4 in Amsterdam has can nationals to return home is
control of food commodities, in-
been cancelled.
cluding the regulation of prices

European Crisis Delays
ing Delegates

LONDON. (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)—Ilundreds of delegates try-
ing to leave Geneva after the
World Zionist Congress adjourned
have been having no many diffi-
culties that the London office of
the Zionist Organization under-
took special measures in order
to obtain shipping facilities so
that men and women still
stranded at Geneva might net
passage at Marseilles for Pales-
tine. More than a hundred Po-
lish delegates were still in Ge-
neva on Monday unable to re-
turn via Germany or Italy. The
Marco Polo, scheduled to sail
from Trieste for Palestine, can-
celled its sailing. No airplanes
have been leaving Geneva for
Poland and Palestine since last

and consumption.
Additional emergency regula-
tions were also promulgated un-
der the British emergency pow-
era act approved by Parliament
last week.
In view of the international
situation, the High Commissioner
proclaimed, in the public inter-
est, a three-day bank holiday be-
ginning on Sunday of this week,
recalling • similar step taken in
Palestine in 1914. The act was
, ntly because of the crisis- The
regarded as necessary to stabil-
only Jews in Danzig who now ize the money market
•• ■ • rterreitted to vmrk are two
Signs of preparedness for war
rhysician• a ,leatist, a lawyer were abundant at Haifa where

Berlin Jews Ordered to Rebuild
BERLIN. (WNS)—Leaders of

the Jewish community here were
ordered to begin rebuilding syna-
roves and other buildings de-
stroyed by fire and during the
disturbances of last November,
it was reported unofficially. The
order came as • complete nor-
Prise to Jewish leaders who were
told by Nazi officials that only
Jewish workers may be em-
ployed. Representatives of the
Jewish community announced
that only two ssmarogues will be
rebuilt at the present time leas-

War Equipment Given Polish
Army by Jewish Union

for the


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Cleaned and Repaired
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Rugs and Furniture
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WARSAW. (WNS) — Declar-
Call TYler 5-1230
ing that Polish Jews were ready
to sacrifice their lives in defense
of Poland, ex-Senator Raphael
Szereszewski, prominent Jewish
hanker, in behalf of the Jewish
Gift to Hebrew Schools
Merchants Union, turned over to
the Polish Army several niece.
The United Hebrew Schools
of war equipment, the rift of acknowledge the receipt of one
Polish Jews who raised the scholarship from Mr. and Mrs.
money by subscription.
Henry Levitt of East Jefferson
Ave., in memory of their mother.
Where there is no vision. the Mrs. Katherine Levitt.
^cont. nerish: hot he that keen-
•eth the law, hanny is he.
Flowers for all occasions--

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