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Atteriaut Apish Periailal Cater

CLIFTON ATINIII • CINCINNATI 10, OHIO

October 20, 1939

PEPLTROWEWISit (ARMIN:1B
and THE LEGAL CHRONICLE

Bnai Moshe Men's Club Natural Ray Magnetic Spring'
Elects Officers; Sisterhood
Water Distributed by
Dinner-Dance Oct. 29
Sofferin & Sons

Theodor M. Curtis was elected
Natural Ray Magnetic Mineral
president of the Bnai Moshe
Men's Club at the annual election Spring Water, bottled in St. Louis,
held last week. Sidney Rosman is Mich., is being distributed through
the new vice-president, Morris Detroit and Wayne County by the
Weinstein, treasurer, and Mitchell
Feldman, secretary; directors,
Adolph Beck, Julius Herskowitz,
Ernest Labe. Lawrence Lebowitz,
Joseph Matyas, Kenneth Fischer,
Ben. F. Goldman, Harry Gunsberg,
Andrew Iczkowitz a n d Harry
Rosman.
The Bnai Moshe Sisterhood re-
quests congregation members to
make reservations for the in-
augural dinner dance by telephon-
ing the congregation office, Ho-
garth 0862, not later than Friday,
Oct. 27, 4 p. m. The dinner dance
will be held Sunday evening, Oct.
29.
The Sisterhood also announces
a bingo card party on Sunday eve-
ning, Nov. 5, proceeds to go for
charitable purposes. Mrs. Bernard
Klein, Mrs. Alex Fisch and Mrs.
Joseph Grossman are on the ar-
rangements committee.

PAGE NINE

POTOMAC SPOTLIGHT The New Jewish

Highlights in the Happenings at the Nation's Capital

By MAURICE WARNER

Sam Jack Kaufman
Community Center To Provide Music
DRAMATICS
For All Occasions

Dramatics will receive due em-
phasis in the program planned for
the new Aaron DeRoy memorial
building of the Jewish Community
Center, about to be completed on
Woodward at Holbrook. Activities
to attract children, young people
and adults are being arranged by
the capable personnel of the dra-
matic department. While hereto-
fore, limited space was available
i n the former building for drama-
tic presentations, the new building,
planned with the utmost care, will
provide many improved facilities
for such programming.

Refugee Conclave

ictINc•UDED MOM PAGE TWO)

'land was ridiculed by French
newspapers which called the re-
ported plan "another example of
Ilitler's incoherence,"

tablishment of a Jewish or any
other legion in the British army .
Foreigners would be accorded the
Herschel Leib, Also Formerly of I same treatment as other volun-
Fox Theater, to B. Asso-
teers, Here-Belisha said, adding
ciated With Him
that "Our methods are going to
be to take those people into our
Sam Jack Kaufman, eminent army just as any others. Far from
musician and pianist, for nine accepting any legions, we have
years musical director and master abolished all distinctions. We want
of ceremonies at the Fox Theater, one British army."
has opened an office at 1025 Fox

Kin Reports Prof. Schorr Exe-
cuted by Nazis
The execution of Senator Moses
Schorr of Poland, Chief Rabbi of
Warsaw, was confirmed here by a
brother-in-law of the eminent Po-
lish Jewish leader. According to
the kinsman, a refugee from Po-
land, Rabbi Schorr was shot by
a Nazi firing squad soon after
Warsaw was occupied by the Ger-
man army of invasion because of
his reputation as an ardent Polish
Reds Begin Purge of Bundists
patriot and a confirmed friend of
PARIS. (WNS1—Adherents of
t he Polish Jewish workers' party, France, Rumors that he is still
known as Bundists, are being sub- alive and may be in Russia are
jected to violent persecution by nevertheless unconfirmed although
Soviet authorities in the Russian- hope for his safety was expressed
occupied Polish territory, accord- by two daughters in Faris and
ing to information reaching here relatives in London. Foreign Min-
which disclosed that public meet- ister August Zaleski of the Polish-
ings and newspaper editorials in government-in-exile, also express;
the occupied area daily denounce ed doubt as to his execution.
Dr. James Bernstein and Ed-
members of the Band and the Po-
lish Socialist Party as "traitors," ouard Oungre, directors of the
"petty bourgeois" and "lackeys of IIIAS-ICA Emigration Associa-
the Polish ruling clam." Leaflets in tion, has begun negotiations which
Yiddish, Polish and Ukrainian lan- may remove the headquarters of
the organization from Paris to
guages are distributed daily, es-
Brussels. In order to facilitate
pecially in Galicia.
r efugee-aid operations, transfer of
A synagogue and a Catholic the offices to a neutral country
church have been demolished in .sas considered advisable in view
the former Polish Corridor town of the fact that a new French law
of Tuchel, near Bydgoszcz, ac- makes it almost impossible to send
cording to a report in the Danzig f unds abroad to the various emi-
Nazi newspaper Dansigor Verpos- gration institutions conducting
ten, Approximately 140 Jews who emigration work in neutral coun-
resided in the town have fled, the tries and also because conditions
report also states.
brought about by the war situa-
The reported German plan to tion make it difficult for the or-
establish a "Jewish state" in PO- ganization to expedite the emi-
gration of former German citi-
zens from Paris.

WASHINGTON, — Senator dent Grover Cleveland declaring:
Burke, of Nebraska, said it all.
"Our people, when their sym-
Ile's an independent guy, Burke, pathies are touched, when their
and often he doesn't agree with humane instincts are challenged,
what the administration wants, and when their hatred of oppres-
and on one wall of his office he has sion is aroused, are not afraid to
a plaque, certifying. to his fight speak ... we protest against every
to kill Roosevelt's Supreme Court bizoted creed that forbids religious
bill. But sometimes it works the toleration and freedom of consci-
ence."
other way, too.
Sometimes Burke agrees with
And no Burke went back even
the administration, and wen he to Daniel Webster, and showed on
does, it is usually for an honest which side this country has al•
and straightforward reason. Ile ways stood, in a speech which will
agreed with the President on re- go down in history as easily the
The spotlight is turned on the
peal of the arms embargo, and he greatest of the neutrality battle.
new auditorium with a capacity of
(Copyright, 1939, S. A. F. NJ
said, quite simply, what no one
close
to 700 people, which was
else had yet dared to say.
converted from the former gym-
Ile said that to repeal the em-
nasium.
Here, amidst a beautiful
bargo was unneutral, and to keep
setting, in a hall acoustically treat-
it was also unneutral, but that by
ed
and
air-conditioned,
sufficient
golly he wouldn't vote for any ac- Sabbath Morning &mice.
0051 ,015
morning, Oct. 21, at space will be available for all types
tion that helped Hitler. So he's 11 o'clock, Rabbi
Leon From will of dramatic performances. One-
pr•tch
for repealing the embargo.
on t he topic: "God of Our
Pother, Abraham, Imaac and Jacob." ■ ct play tourneys, dramatic pro-
And he asked a few questions, Dr.
Planklin's Study Flaw
ductions of communal organiza-
to-wit:
'Beginning Oct. 91, at 11 o'clock, Dr.
Leo H. Fran klin'• morning study clam, tions, in addition to the annual
"For myself,' I see no justifica- wih
Jewish Center Dance Classes
eretofore ha. met on Mond•y, Community Center Capers, and
tion
on
any
ground
for
permitting
w
i
ll - its
hold sessions on Tuesday morn•
Open; New Pupils Invited
SAM SOFFERIN
The central theme for discussion fashion shows will find an excel-
a law to stand that favors Hitler. inn.
will
be ''The Jew and' Inter-Group lent setup for large scale produc-
newly organized firm of Sofferin Must we close our ears to his brok-
With the beginning of the fall
Relationship,." nee. ration. will 5. tions. It in expected, too, that a
A Sons at 429 Brainard.
en promises? Must we shut our When on the gerund floor of the Ter.
season, dance classes are again
pie In the whoul office on Oct. IL or
Cinema Guild will be organized,
The St. Louis spring was acci- eyes to one after another of the
any week-day previoua to that time.
resumed with their customary
dentally uncovered in 1869 by two independent nations of Europe The charge is II for a course of 10 which will present the best Amer-
popularity under the direction of
ican and European films not gen-
pioneers, Holcomb and Evans, that stood in his path to power and
Voting People's Temple Club:
Edith Muskin, women's hetlth di-
erally shown commercially. The
while they were drilling for salt, chanced not to be strong enough
The annual dinner meeting of the
rector at the Jewish Community
and was the first discovered in to resist his advances? Must we Young l'eople's Temple Club will take new auditorium will offer better
Center.
place on Sunday, Oct. H. The meeting visibility, an enlarge stage, im-
Michigan. The water was found blot from our memory his record will be hold •t 1:30. the dinner at 4.
Miss Muskin, during the sum- t o have great natural curative of religious persecutions? Of ra- The
'Boner will be followed by dancing. proved dressing rooms, modern
mer, took intensive courses in the q ualities. Interest faded as new cial atrocities? Of the suppression For members only.
stage equipment and lighting, It
Temple Mmterhood:
SAM JACK KAUFMAN
dance with prominent masters in s prings were discovered in other of individual freedom?"
t in Monday, Oct 23, at 1030, Dr. will also be used for piano re-
Woodburn
Items,
profe.or
in
the
that field. She studied the Martha s ections, and activity ceased until
Ent• citals, lecture and Concert series, Theater Building, telephone Ran-
Burke, in scholarly fashion, went I imh department of Wayne University,
Graham technique and composi- this year when a group of local way back to bring from the for- wIll review 'nests, of Wrath... Con• dances, luncheons, banquets and dolph 1748, to provide music and
tion of the Modern Dance with business men reawakened interest gotten recqrds of history the facts fleeted by Dr. Ross, and includitw the bridges. It will be used to advan. e n t e r t a inment for banquqets, these saethical practices are Wallace Derides Racism; Scien-
evident
mentioned above, the course
ng other religious
Jane Dudley, director of the New by financing a modern bottling that showed that we Americans review
will continue for six coneecuttve Mono tage by communal organizations dances, club parties and weddings, groups,
tists at Fair Analyse Prejudice
it remains for us to
Dance Group in New York City, plant which operates right at the have never scorned to show our (Nye. Mrs. Million Marx la chairman, for their annual major functions.
Herschel Leib, prominent vio- start the movement of furthering
NEW YORK. (WNS) — The
Po, 2.1745 ant tickets may be bought
Along
with
this
improvement,
d isfavor for regimes where free- from her at II :56 for the courae, or
who is also a member of Miss spa.
linist, who was associated with ethica
theory
of racial superiority was
pciples just because we
the new building will contain an Mr. Kaufman at the Fox ;heater
Graham's Concert Group. She
According to actual chemical d om was damned. He remembered 35 cent sfor individual lectures.
are
attacked andpleas for tolerance
inori
y.
assembly hall, with a seating ca- as associate conductor amMarches-
studied with Nathan Vizonsky, to analysis made in June, 1938, by t he Russian's persecutions of the
were made at a panel discussion
Te
pacity of 250 people. This will be tra manager, will again be con-
otably in the fields of
authority on the Hebrew dance, the Hygienic Laboratory at the , ews 60 years ago, and how a
Jews Seek to Enter Soviet-
on "How Scientists Can Help
especially helpful to the organiza-
Controlled Areas
and took lessons in tap dancing University of Michigan in Ann m ayor of New York had said:
nected with Mr. Kaufman's new com rce and industry, because Combat Racism," in the Little
tion
of
a
little
theater
group,
re-
of
its
competitive
nature,
many
of
Arbor, the spring water is en-
In the name of freedom of
from Fran Scanlan.
organization.
An increasing flood of Jewish
Theater in the Science and Edu-
hearsals of play productions, de-
us have lost the perspective of the
Prepared to pro
Miss Muskin announces that a tirely different in chemical con- t Nought, of religious liberty, I feel refugees from German-occupied
the best purpose of business. We see busi- nation Building at the World's
y well at that we are called upon to protest Polish territory into Soviet Rus- bates, poetry and declamation con- l ocal bands as well
social dancing course will begin tent from that of th
of town ness ventures moving in on corn- Fair, The four speakers who took
tests, musicales and small concerts, name bands for all
on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at p. m., St. Louis. Natural Magnetic against the tyrranical illiberality sia's new holding was reported in
ions, Mr. mon ground, establishing price Part in the discussion were Henry
dance recitals, club dramatic tour- Kaufman states that,
at the Dexter Center, Dexter Mineral Water is said to have of a government which permits the an Associated Press dispatch from neys and
office has cuts, etc., In the attempt to pro- A. Wallace, Secretary of Agricul-
small luncheons and
curative powers squat to those persecution of an entire people for Moscow which said that the stream
t
made connections to , ovide the
Blvd. near Lawrence. This course,
mote more business; but in the ure; Dr. Franz Boaz, Professor
of the Carlsbad springs in Ger- the simple reason that they are of Jewish refugees was estimated bridges. It will also be found suit- beat in entertainment s
Emeritus of Anthropology at Co-
which has regularly attracted
and that
able for religious services, Boy anything, "from a 'soloist to a end, all the unscrupulous prac-
a peculiar race and peculiar unof
ficially as between 600,000
many young men and women who many, and has been adopted by of
lumbia
University; Hadley Can-
tices are sacrificing their own net
Scout rallies, lodge meetings and
many of the foremost doctors and faith."
to 1,000,000. The population of
symphony orchestra,".will be por- gain, not only in monetary value, tril, associate professor of psy-
either want to learn or improve
hospitals in treating constipation,
And in the early days of this Bialystok, on the Russian side, soirees.
curable,
chology
at Princeton University,
their dance steps, will run weekly
which was the first idea, but in
stomach troubles and rheumatic century the country was similarly normally 100,000, is said to be
"Music with distinction is our cu lt
and William A. lIamm, assistant
for 10 lessons. A charge of $1 conditions.

aroused, Burke found, with Presi- nearly doubled.
motto,'
said
Mr.
Leib,
superintendent of schools in New
for registration will be made for
CLUB ROOM FACILITIES
I have in mind several exam-
York City. Professor Walter Ran-
social members, but no fee for
Meeting room space for vary-
ples of this particular situation. tenstrauch, head of the depart-
full members. The lemons include
ing sizes of groups will be pro- Chronicle Reader Urges Em- The one which has served to cre•
ment
of industrial engineering at
fox-trot, waltz and tango as well
vided in the new Aaron Deitoy
ate this appeal to the Jews of De-
Columbia University, was chair-
phasis on Jewish Ethical
as some of the newer dance steps.
Memorial Building of the Jewish
troit follows: Two Jewish gas sta-
Mrs, Morris Adler addrewed Flint
man of the meeting which was
Everyone is invited to attend this iladassah on Wednesday afternoon at
tions oni opposing corners have
Community Center, about to be
Principles
held under the auspices of the
course and have his dance prob- the community Center.
completed at Woodward at Hol-
been waging a price war on their
American Committee for Democ-
lems solved.
Climax of cneof the meet unique
products now for several years,
brook. The new building will have Editor, Detroit Jewish Chronicle:
racy and Intellectual Freedom.
religious relat lonahips Flint vane'
21 club and class rooms, more than
The modern dance group also Wednesday night when the Men'e Club
It is, perhaps, one of my Jewish each attempting to beat down his
reports that there are several of Temple Beth El held an apPrecht•
double the number available in traits edging out, but I have al- opponent's price in the struggle to
n dinner for the Rev. Herbert C.
t he former building. Since club life ways been a firm believer in the draw away the other's business. Score Senator Paula for Attending
vacancies, for which those inter- t Gans.realuning
neater of Congrega-
German Band Rally
is one of the main features of idea that whatever problem my Each is sacrificing his right to a
ested may apply on Monday or tional-Unitarian church. Fifty-floe veto
attendance with Rabbi Elmer Ber-
the programs of the Center, these people attack, it should be at- legitimate business, and conse-
Thursday at 7 p. m., in the office in
ger of Temple Seth El giving an
Despite the widespread protests
rooms will be much in demand tempted with the principle of quently remarks and aspersions addressed to Senator James J.
of the Center in the United He- aPPreclatiOn elleech for the Itev. Mr.
and with the riuh preaenting he
and continuously in use. A time "100 per cent success or not at are being heard lately on public Davis of Pennsylvania, against his
brew Schools building, Philadel- Gans
Protestant minister with • table-model
schedule
with different shifts will all" behind it. Yes, I believe that vehicles passing the intersection. Participation in
phit at Byron. All applicants for radio. Rabbi Berger and the Rev. Mr
the Nazi•run "Ger-
be required in order to meet the if we Jews put our energies har- The writer recently overhead a
have Oiled each ether's pulpits
this group must have had some Ga.
man Day" in Philadelphia, the
on owner°ae occasion., with the rabbi
needs
of
the
many clubs requiring moniously to work, the problems bus driver comment at the sense- Senator came to the festival
previous training in the dance or conducting the full Protestant service
Congregational-UnItarlan church and
space. Clubs desiring meeting of today would very soon become less slaughter of the rivals' busi- delivered the principal speech and
possess special aptitude. The at
the Rev. Mr. Gane being In rheum of
of
room space will have to make ap- the trials and tribulations of yes- nesses, and finally the statements the evening, according
modern dance group, which_ haa Friday Sabbath services at the sYna-
to word
plication for such with a member terday. But before we can attempt led to a general remark which cut received here. An
already performed before many
of
of the Center staff. One groug to secure esteem in the eyes -of deeply. The statement was finally the German Dey
organizations, is now working on
The first meeting of the season for
anctthe Senator's
of clubs will meet from seven t
Sisterhood of Temple Beth El
the world, we must put our house bnirted. Ont.:— "Eieri— hairless participation appeared in
a concert to be presented during the
the
lob.. • nearly complete ittlenotance
those Jews touch, they tie up."
nine in the evening, while the in order,
of
Band's official organ Deutsche?
members to the temple rooms Wed -
Dedication Week in the middle of
Of
course
the
inference
that
the
other
will
meet
from
nine
to
newlay. A luncheon at 12:30 o'clock
December.
Weckruf and Beobachter. Senator
Too many of our people are group as a
Inaugurated the ...ion and M.. Ellie
whole is responsible Davis and Congressmen James P.
eleven. All rooms will be equipped filled with petty animosities to-
Warren presided at the opening of the
with suitable furnishings and ward members of their own creed for individual acts is pure non- McGranery and Fred C. Gartner
!amine. meeting. Mr. Arthur Paster-
sense, but It stung me, Being a
nak, program chairman, Introduced the
comfortable chairs.
to ever hope to summon the re-
(the latter known to the Bundites
Rev. H. C. Gana who reviewed "Grapes
• LEGAL NOTICES
Jew, I am sensitive like all Jews,
of Wrath." Otre. Samuel N. Magid..,
In addition to these rooms, spect they sek
e from members of
as Frit, Gartner) were greeted
memilermhip chairman. Introduced .w
l arger facilities for communal or- other creeds Too many of us lack and took the affront as a personal with hells and outstretched arms
member.
Mr.
Arthur
Du
bole,
rellglous
insult.
Adrian D. Rosen. Attorney, 1221 Na-
in the Ilitlerite manner.
school chairman.reported on the work
ganizations will be offered. There a philosophy of life which will
tional Dank Bldg.
and stated that Rabbi Elmer Berger
'So I have written this rather
will be rooms with capacity of guide us in our everyday prob-
S21011
will lead an adult close of alsterhood
STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of
hasty
and
unorganized
appeal
to
50, 70 and 90 as well as three lems and contacts. Naturally, be-
member. In an ach once religious
Wayne.—... At • tee Ion of the Pro-
cour se. M. Loolm Lebeter announced
lounge meeting rooms, one espe- ing a minority race in a masa of the Jews of Detroit — "Let us
hate Court for said County of Wayne,
held at the Probate Court Room In the formation of a peace Brood:, headed
cially designed for adults. An as- races is like being one of the rear show the world by every thought,
by Mr. Frank Haek Ina A new com-
the City of Detroit, op the, thirteenth munes
Mr. and Mrs. J.
wa.named for the year, a bud-
sembly hall suitable for 250 peo- cars on a train, wherein if one of word and action that we are a
C. Hired( flehl have
day of October In the year one thou-
an their (meet this
get group handed by Mr. Abraham
week their later,
sand nine hundred thirty-nine. Pre-
ple and an auditorium seating ap- the couplings comes loose, the car race worth keeping, that our prin- Mr. henry Weins of Rockville
Eiseman, Mra. I. II. Outow zed Mrs.
Center,
moot Thom. C. Murphy. Jades of I toward Loeb. Mrs. Jerome Winegar-
ciples
are
of
the
highest
caliber,
Y,
is
apt
to
be
disengaged
from
the
proximately 675 will also be ready
Probate. In the matter of the aerate den, entertainment chffirman, an-
Mr. end Mrs. Morri
and that our deeds, both great Mr.
d
s Golberg
and
for
the
use
of
organizations
whose
of ANNA PlIEGENSER. •Iw known
rest
of
the
train,
and
left
behind.
and
Mrs.
George
nounced a telephone bridge as • part
Kahn
re-
a. ANNA PRERENGER, a mentally of future activities and that the De-
size or programs will necessitate Every flaw in our physical and and small, reflect the true heri- turned horns after spending hare
several
Incompetent person. On reading and
• with theirchildren,
tether bazaar plan. are being formu-
moral character is another ham- tage endowed In us. Let's forget day
NW
Miriam
the
use
of
such
large
rooms.
A
filing the petition, duly verifled, of
Ooldberg and Lim
lated. Mr& Arthur Dubola and Moo
Sybil Kahn.
at
Henry Premenger, also known as Joseph Block will be chairmen. M..
the
petty
bickerings
and
unite
in
Columbia Mo.
special conference room will be mer blow at the coupling which
Henry Pregeneer, guardianof
aid Loulm Werbe will be In charge of the
Mrs Rose Berghr has returned
at the disposal of communal or- holds us together in the esteem the battle to gain our honorable home
ward. praying that he may be licensed benefit sale to be held the last of this
after spending the pant Week
place in the hearts and minds of in Chicago with her chlkiren.
to sellcertain real estate of
all alum h. Mr. Warren made appoint-
ganizations for important board of our fellow-men.
ward for the purpose of Paying the
Mr.
our fellow Americans."
and Mr. Phillip Abraham.
ment!' of committee'. for Red Cross,
or committee meetings. Special
These petty jealousies and un-
debts of raid ward. the charges of (7ommunIty fund •nd the Needlework
MI. Ruth Pomerance was beaten
managing aid estate and to provide guild and alma mimed • committee to
Our only way to gain the respect to member. of Junior Ilmlawah
rates will be offered to those or- ethical practices fostered by many
at her
funds for the support and mainte- work In conjunction with wheel '1111-
ganizations meeting at the Center of our people in all fields of en- of every true American is to ad - home on Green Ave. Plane were 11.4111
nance of aald ward: It le ordered.
for a dancing party to be held Oct. SI
dren's relief headed by Mulford
who require some of the other deavor must atop if we are to be- here
that the eeventeenth day of Novem-
ere to a strict code of ethics in
the .creation rooms of the Shan./
ber• next. at ten oclock In the fore- Desenberg, Mrs Norman Schwarte and
Mrs. Dubois.
Zedek Temple, Miss Shirley Bergleus,
facilities in the building. The li- gin the eventual march toward the in our everyday life.
noon, at mid Court Room be ap-
president, annoutrced the •ppointrnent
pointed for hearing said petition, and
brary and lounges will be an add- haven of racial freedom and the
ARTHUR L. BENSON,
of committeea for the year. Mi. Flor•
that all per.. Interested in mid
New York's Mt. Sinai Hospital
Ine le chaplain,
ed attraction to clubs for program- death of racial prejudice.
I'aneer-
estate appear before said Court at
19217 E. Jefferson Ave., tore, drama chairman Sites
•, L. Pearl
said time and place, to show cause recently had a vanishing patient
ming. With the increased kitchen
Of course I acknowledge that
Schultz, hompltality, and Mime Helen
Detroit, Mich.
why a licena should not be granted mystery, which has now been solv-
facilities
in
the
new
building,
chairman. MI. Fl r-
to bald guardian to sell realestate
epro Volzht Will be the next Imate.
ed ... The hero of the mystery was
groups will be able to have social
as prayed for In mid petition. And It
Is further ordered, that • colly of none other than Ilarpo Marx, who
Through an integrated program of Jewish religious education periods after meetings or recep-
title order be publisher three c.c.-
after a throat operation quietly and synagogue activity and by means of a 10-year program of in- tions and to for new members.
et. week. preview, to old time of
hearing, In The Legal Chrofficle, • disappeared, being unable to stand
The club meeting at the Center
creased personal service to religion and democracy, the Union of
newspaper printed and circulating In the silence the doctors forced upon
said County of Wayne.
American Hebrew Congregations is substituting understanding and will also be privileged to partici-
him.
THOMAS C. MURPH Y,
pate in the health education de-
good will for prejudice and intolerance.
(A true copy) Judge of Probate.
partment through the diversified
CHAS. It. HARRIS.
gymnasium program organized by
Deputy Probate Register.
the instructors in that department.
House basketball, soft ball and
Leonard Simons. Attorney, 11t141/
swimming leagues will add much
Union Guardian Tildg.
to
the club's activities and will
09613
ORDER OF PI1BLICATION
attract both boys and girls.
STATE ()F MICHIGAN, to the Clr-
Dances, socials, lectures and edu-
colt Cottrt for the County of Wayne,
In Chancery.-13. Sepkowski, Plain-
cational programs offered by the
tiff, vs Lee. Sepkowaki, Defendant.
Center will also round out a well
At • soul. of mid Court, held In
the Courtroom thereof In the Wayne
balanced club program. The Cen-
County Building, Detroit, Michigan, on
ter will be happy to offer trained
the I Ith day et October, A. 0. 1134
Present: Hon. Theodore
club
leaders to assist groups in
J.
Richter.
Circuit Judge. It appearing from the
their development. The game room
affidavit on Ma that t he defendant .
facilities, such as bowling, bil-
Leon• Pepkowaki. Is not a remldent
of the Mate of Michigan, and that
liards, pool and ping pong, will be
her last known ad... le Star City.
another attraction for club mem-
WOE Virginia. It Is ordered that the
bers.
said defendant enter her annearame Iv

FLINT NOTES

BETH EL NOTES

Good Will Instead of Prejudice

Bay City Notes

F

liwo Ford V-8 Cars . for 1940 Presented I

Added Attractions in 194o Oldsmobile

0.14 nun on or before three month

from the date of Mi. order, or said
Mil will be taken an coufeemed, and
that mid order he published a. re-
quired by law and • copy thereof be
bent by registered mall to mid defend•
ant •t her MA known addrema
THEODORE J. RICHTER,
(A true ropy) Circuit Judge.

CASPAR J. LINGEMAN,
Clerk.
By D. MVO ()ELA ER,
Deputy Clerk.

Friedman, Meyers a Keya, Attorney..
Nth Floor, Dime Bank Bldg.
HMS
STATE OP MICHIGAN, County of
Wayne, es—At• ...ion of th. Probate
Court for said County of Wayne. held
at the Probat• COliel Room In the
City of Detroit, en the al a Heath day
of October In the year one thou.nd
nine hundred and thirty-alma. Present:
Thomas C. Murphy. Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the est•te of TINA
LURY A.
Deeeued. Harold N Luo a
andWilliam Friedman, executors of
th• lot will and testament of .10
drceseed,
having rendered to till.
court their first and final amount In
maid matter and flied therewith their
Petition praying that the reeldne of
mom moat. be aulgned in accordance
with the provisions of mid last will
It H ordered, That the twentieth der
of November. neat. itt ten oclock In
the forenoon at mall Court Rohm b.
appointed for examining and allowing
maidaccount and hearing aid
psti-
Ups And It I. further Ordered. That
• cope of t him order be published three
successive week• previous to cald time
or hearing. In The Legal Chronicle,
• o••palemr printed and circulating In
said (Sounty ef War..
THOMAS C. MURPHY,
Juin* of Prehat•
(A CI. ropy)
ALLEN R EDIarffil.
Deputy Probate &W•w.

The instrument panel of the new Oldsmobile
Series Sixty is handsomely finished in rich
walnut grain, with all instruments placed for
utmost visibility, ease of control and driving
safety New in the 1940 Oldsmobile instrument

Two especially outstanding points
characterize the 43rd yearly Mod-
els that Oldsmobile, America's
oldest motor car manufacturer, is
exhibiting at the 1940 Automo-
bile,Show. First, of course, is the
sensational new Hydra • Static
Drive, which does away with clutch
and clutch pedal, shifts gears au-
tomatically back and forth through
four speed ranges, and confers the
flexibility of steam or electricity
upon the gasoline engine. Hydra-
Matic Drive is said by engineers
to be the most revolutionary de-
velopment in motor cars since the
invention of the self-starter. The
second point is the impressive size
and roominess of all models in the

panel is a handsome radio grille
of narrow,
vertical chrome bars which occupies the center
of the paneL In grille, at right, is a conveniently
located ash tray. A large parcel compartment,
with lock, is provided at right of panel.

1940 line. AU three new series,
two sixes and an eight, look big-
ger and better all the way through.
In the new Sixty series, Olds.
mobile brings out an improved
version of the car that made such
a successful entry last year into
the low price field. Overall length
hai been increased on this model
to 197-9s inches this year, and
a brand new, beautifully propor-
tioned body has been designed for
the longer chassis. It is roomier ,
too, by a considerable margin, than
last year's Sixty. The Sixty's
Econo-Master engine has been
stepped up to 95 horsepower.
Entirely new this year and as-
sured of nationwide acceptance in

the medium price field is Olds-
mobile's new Custom 8 Cruiser,
a car in which the most spectacu-
lar change in the Oldsmobile line
for 1940 appears. The Custom 8
Cruiser is introduced on a wheel-
base increased to 124 inches this
year and has an overall length
which has been increased to 210-%
inches.
Viewed from the front, all three
Oldsmobiles are similar in appear.
ance. A heavy die-cast radiator
grille with wide horizontal bars
of chrome serve to materially
brighten the front view. The hood
line is particularly long and level
and its height is pleasingly empha-
sized by a graceful ornament of
glistening chrome and Incite.

Detailed information about
ineeting room space or member-
ship rates are available at any
of the present offices of the Jew-
ish Community Center: United
Hebrew Schools, 1245 W. Phila-
delphia, Ma. 8275; Jewish Com-
munity Center. Woodward at Hol-
brook, Ma. 8275; Dexter Branch,
11518 Dexter Blvd., To. 8-1875.

AT THE POWATAN

Larry Vincent, sometimes known
as the "crown prince of night
clubs," returned to Detroit to
headline the new show at Sam
Sofferin's Club Powatan.
Featured with Vincent is An-
nette Shields., novelty vocalist,
with her male quartet; the Four
Swing Sirs, who join her in sev-
eral original musical arrange-
ments. The singing and dancing
Hoffman .sieters and an acrobatic
dancer round out the bill, with
Sammy Dibert's popular music for
shows and dancing.

Notice to organization leaders:
Don't insist on Dr. Wine visiting
your communities this year . . .
The doctors have decree that
America's busiest Jewish leader
needs a rest badly, and must limit
his schedule.

HERE are the two Ford V-11 cars tures are a finger-tip
gearshift on eaves oars Improved aorta& sow
presented for 1940. One is a Ford the steering column, a new
con. pension and a torsion tsar ridostabl-
V-11 and the other • deluxe Ford V-8. trolled ventilation system
and lieer. Four Ford V-11 and live deluxe
Top, the deluxe Ford V-8 Fordor Sealed-Beam headlamps for safer
body types comprise the two line'.
sedan: below, the Ford V-8 Tudor night driving. Two V.8 engines are
A new business coupe as well as a
sedan. Both are big ears with grace. available, al. ti horsepower In the
coupe, Tudor sedan and Fordor sedan

ful lines. Emphasis In Interior deluxe, the 85 horsepower
or a 10
styling is on fine appointments. horsepower engine to the Ford V.S are available in both. Then Is also a
deluxe convertible slats coupe will
Among numeroua important tea- models. Cars with 85 horsepower
automatic top standard 01111FAMINI.

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