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All Jewish News
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and THE 'LEGAL CHRONICLE

Vol. XLI, No. 30

DETROIT, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1939

HOOVER AT
ANTI - NAZI
N. Y. RALLY

AFFIRMATIVE TENETS OF CENTER
OUTLINED AT DEDICATION DINNER

Arranged by Congress,
Labor Committee, Survival of Jewry, Positive Judaism and Amer-
icanism Envisioned as Program for De-
Liberal Groups
troit's New Community Structure

$ o,000 DRIVE

ennese Jews In Ghetto Camps ;
TO SAVE THE Herd Vi enese


YESHIVOTH Nazis Accused of Spreading
Epidemics
;
Five Rabbis Arrive
Aid Appeal for 15 Po ° Financial Obligations to Jews Voided
lish Academies

National Bnai Brith
Bowling Meet Feb. 25

DAYTON, 0.—The second
annual national Bnai Brith
Bowling Congress, sponsored
by Bnai Brith, the world's
largest and oldest Jewish serv-
ice organization, will be held
in Dayton on Feb. 25, it was
announced here after an all-
day meeting of representatives
from Chicago, Detroit, Louis.
ville, Columbus, Cincinnati, Bt.
Louis, Flint, Toledo, Akron,
Cleveland, Jackson and Day,
ton. Invitations to pnrticipat
have been sent to all of th
more than 500 Bnai Brit
lodges throughout the country
The first BnaiBrith Bowfin
Congress, held in Toledo In
1939, attracted 300 bowlers
comprising 50 teams from six
states and many individual en-
tries from 20 lodges in Bnai
Britlfs District 2. where the
national Bnai Brith bowling
movement originated. The 1939
tournament was won by the
lodge in Jackson, Mich. Mau-
rice Marenberg, past president
of Toledo Lodge, is the father
of the Bnai Brith Bowling
League.

Per Copy, 10 Cents

m-' German Priest Sends Chanukah Message of Hope to Jews Over Anti-
Nazi Freedom Radio; "Ghetto State" Called Pretext for
Annihilation of Jews by Dr. Szoskies
is

NEW YORK. — (WNS)
As part of a nati on-wide ca
Stating that the three affirma- years were refugees, but it is hav-
Former President Herbert Iloove ✓
paign to raise a quarter of a m
the lion. Alfred M. Landon, fo • tive tenets of the Jewish Center ing an effect on individuals. There
lion
dollars for the rehabilitati on
mer presidential candidate, Wi movement were the survival of is no room in the Center for a
of the great academies of Tor ah
Liam Green, president of th e the •Jew, positive Judaism and self-constituted ghetto. The cen-
in
the
European war zone, a del

American Federation of Lebo positive Americanism, Frank L. ter's contributions to art, music,
gation of five prominent rabb
Mayor II. LaGuardia, Dr. Samu el I Weil, guest speaker at the dedi- sports and civic affairs will not
arrived
in Detroit Thursday
e
McCrea Cavert, secretary of th cation dinner for the Aaron De- allow it.
conduct an appeal for the Detro
Federal Council of Churches o f Roy Memorial Building of the
Lauds
DeRoy Gift
;quota
of
810,000. The nation

wis Community Center, on
Christ in America, associated
"And in addition, the entire
I drive is sponsored by the Unio
themselves with the demonstration Sunday evening, Dec. 10 , en-
program
will
be
a
contribution
to
s
of
Orthodox
Rabbis of the Unite
at Madison Square Garde visioned a program for Detroit's
!States and Canada (Agudas H ed.
which was conducted to expres s new structure in line with that the cause of Americanism", stated
Mr.
Wed.
Youth
today
faces
a
s
labbonim)
through
its emergenc
the condemnation by American of the 323 other Jewish commu-
conhnittee for war-torn Yeshivot
of all faiths of the Nazi terro ✓ nity centers throughout the soul-less r.arld which threatens
s
Americanism.
But
it
offers
a
chal-
headed by Rabbi Eliezer Silver 0
directed against Jews and other United States.
Cincinnati, 0.
Mr. Weil was introduced by lenge which Jewish youth can help
in Poland and elsewhere in th e
The visitors, who have volun •
Nazi domain. This great meetin if Henry Meyers, president of the fight. The leisure time of youth,
in
the
dictator
countries,
is
pro-
teered
their Cervices for tw
local
Center,
as
one
of
the
most
was held on Wednesday evening
weeks, along with 150 othe
Among others, Mr. Landon, M r. articulate interpreters of the vided for by the state, but in the
United
States
it
is
cared
for
by
members
of the national rabbin it
center
movement.
President
of
Green, Dr. Covert and Mayor La
sought to keep alive the traditione
voluntary organizations—the "Y",
cal body are: Rabbi Chalks
Guardia addressed the demonstra New York's 92nd Street "Y", the the
of freedom in the diaapora for
Catholic
Leagues
and

the
Jew-
Bloch
of
Jersey
City, N. J., tree
largest
Jewish
center
in
the
coon-
tion which was arranged unde
over a thousand years.
serer of the Agudas Horabbonim
the auspices of the American Jew ,. try, Mr. Weil serves on the execu- ish Centers. They must prove that
the
attraction
and
charm
of
de•
Rabbi
A.
N.
Levitan
of
Bronx,
N
The German priest concluded
ish Congress and the Jewish Labo tive committee of the national
his address with an expression of
Y.; Rabbi M. Hirschprung of Co
Committee in cooperation wit h Jewish Welfare Board, the cen- mocracy is not yet outworn . . .
Mra.
DeRoy's
gift
is
an
inspiration
Iambus,
0.;
.
tern'
parent
organization.
Rabbi
P.
Teits
of
Eli
encouragement
to Jews in the
the American Committee on Reli
zabeth, N. J.; and Rabbi C. B • First of Series of Public Meetings to Be Held Within • Reich, urging them to keep alive
"A Jewish center should re- to the youth movement in the
gious Rights and Minorities, th e
United
States."
Month;
Inaugurate
Effort
to
Co-Ordinate
Chavel
of
Louisville,
Ky.
Arrange
flect
the
life
of
the
entire
their
faith
in
•the
ideals of free-
American Federation of Labor
Mll- In closing Mr. Weil quoted
ments for the local visit are hem
dom. "The time approaches when
Work of Locating Relatives
the Church Peace Union, t h e triunity", said Mr. Weil, "and
from
the
Detroit
Jewish
Commu-
made
by
the
Detroit
Council
o
you will be free of persecution
League of Nations Association , make a contribution to it. De-
dedication booklet:
Orthodox Rabbis, headed by Rabb i
at the hands of the Nazi regime
the American Newspaper Guild troit's new center building is a nity Center's
Members of the joint boards of
within the walls of De-
Joseph Eisenman, chairman, and directors of the Detroit Chapter the community informed on con- —when God will make amends for
the Protestant Teachers Associa tool to be used to express a pro- "Ilere,
troit's beautiful new Center, are
Rabbi Moses Fischer, secretary; of the American Jewish Congress ditions in the Jewish world, and your auffering. The end of Hitler -
• tion and the League of Hume s , gram of importance to all."
more than mechanical equipment
the Michigan Synagogue Confer- and the Women's Division of the to prepare Detroit Jewry for par- is near." The priest said he spoke
Rights, Freedom and Democracy,
A Seven-Point Program
and
planned
programs
for
leisure
ence,
with Isadore Cohen as presi- Congress, at a meeting held on ticipation in the worldwide effort, from Germany and that he stood
as well as outstanding leaders of
Highlighting seven points to in- time activities. Here, appropriate-
dent, and Rabbi M. J. Wohlgelern- Monday evening at the home of through the World Jewish Con- on German soil, The German
American public opinion.
clude in a program which will ly named, is a great new Center
er
as
secretary; and other groups . Mrs. Perry P. Burnstine, laid gress, for the fight for Jewish Priest closed his remarks with a
The
voice
of
Dr. Stephen S. Wise presided. Provide a moral and social force
labor was added
rights at the cessation of the
for the training of youth in demo-
Forme r President Hoover ap-
in the community, Mr. Weil cratic techniques; for the partici- this week in endorsement of the The guest rabbis will speak from Plans for a series of Town Meet- and at the peace conferences. war przyer in Hebrew.
local
pulpits
this Saturday and ad- ings for the purpose of keeping
purposes
of
the
National
Conferr
peared on the platform at this
stressed youth work, adult activi- pation of all--young and old—in
The first in the series of meet- Ghetto Camps for Viennese Jews
great meeting, which was at-
ties, health education, religious community affairs and the prac- ence for Palestine, which the dress a number of special func-
All Jews in Vienna are detained
ings, to be held within a month,
tended by more than 22,000
education, vocational guidance, tice of the American way of life." United Palestine Appeal is von. tions arranged in their honor.
in their homes under arrest pend-
Local Cooperating Groups
will be In the form of a public ing
Boring in Washington, D. C., on
refugee adjustment and an open
people, after former Governor
their removal to the ghetto
At
a
meeting
similar
to
the
monster
Spirit
of
Cooperation
Jan.
6
meeting
of
the
Detroit
and
7.
forum program. "The open forum
Landon declared that the Amer-
rally held in New York Wednes- state, according to reliable infor-
Other speakers were Kurt Pei-
Sidney Hillman. noted Ameri- Region of the Michigan Syna-
Programs, where differing and in-
icas' real weapon of defense
mation
reaching here which dis-
day
evening
under
the
joint
au-
see,
formerly
director
of
the
De-
gogue
Conference,
held
can labor leader, and general
Dec. 7, je
dividual ideas can be brought for-
was "a common love for de-
spices of the American Jewish closed that transportation of Jews
ward, will offer the entire city an troit Jewish Welfare Federation, president of the Amalgamated the Young Israel Building, under
mocracy, a common passion for
from Vienna to the Jewish "res-
Congress,
Jewish
Labor
Commit.
who
now
holds
a
similar
office
in
the
chairmanship
of
David
J.
Clothing Workers of Americ
opportunity for free and open dis-
liberty, a common will to mu.
tee, American Federation of La- ervation" around Lublin has been
Philadelphia, and Isidore Sobeloff, wrote a message stressing th Cohen, Eastern Division vice-
cussion," he said.
tual acceptance." A capacity
bor, American Committee on Reli- halted because of the spread of
value of the national conferenc president, a unanimous resolution
"One of the results of the pro- present Federation executive.
crowd of nearly 20,000 persons
gious
Rights a n d Minorities, epidemics throughout Poland.
was
adopted
Mr.
Sobeloff
stated
that
this
endorsing
the
at
which
Dr.
Chaim
Weizmann
drive
gram
outlined
will
be
an
influence
jammed the big hall.
Ghetto camps were established
large assembly resembled an AI-
Church Peace Union, League of
Pleading for aid to Europe's against anti-Semitism", Mr. Weil lied Jewish Campaign or Jewish president of the Jewish Agenc and delegates representing 17 lo-
Nations Association. American in the vicinity of the former Aus-
for Palestine, will be guest o cal congregations pledged co-
stated. "Not that anti-Semitism
war distressed, Hoover said;
trian
capital and all Jews are be-
Welfare Federation gathering. h onor.
operation, Rabbi Isaac &adman,
(PLEASE TURN T,) PAGE 8)
"Happily we are not get so ac- will ever make serious headway "We are accustomed to see this
ing forced systematically into
The announcement of Dr. Weiz.I chairman of the conference com-
customed to the sight of blood or in this country, for all who came group gathered for social serv-
them
areas by Gestapo agents.
imminent visit to the mittee on support of Yeshivoth
Mrs. Joseph H. Ehrlich, chair-
the cries of the defenseless that to these shores within the last 300 ice," he said, "But tonight we are mann's
Those Jews already driven into
United States met with an en- and charitable institutions, is in man of the budget committee for
our sense of justice has been
these concentration MIPS are for-
together in the name of new kind thusiastic response on the part of i a barge.
the 1940 Allied Jewish Campaign,
dulled or the wellspring of our
bidden to enter the city. Special
of cooperation. We are here in editorial writers and organization
The plan for the national emer- has called the organizational
pity run dry. I fervently hope an
committees of Jews are permitted
the Center building for ourselves, heads, who welcomed the stimulat- gency drive for war-torn Yeshi- meeting for the group on Tues-
allwise Providence will speed the
because we are a part of it. This ing presence of the outsanding oth was made at a special con- day evening, Dec. 19, at 8 o'clock,
to enter Vienna once each day to
day when these dreadful scenes
Center can be a Jewish club in ita world Jewish leader at a time of ention of the Union of Orthodox at the Jewish Community Center,
buy food for those interned.
may be removed from the world."
finest sense, for all of us, if we serious anxiety among the Jewish Rabbis held in New York City last to confer with Henry Montor, ex-
The News Chronicle declared
Maurice Samuel, famous author
LaGuardia Cites Cruelties
will make it so."
people regarding the ate of Mill onth and attended by 300 rabbis ecutive vice - chairman of the
editoriall y that the Nazi policy
Mayor LaGuardia said that the
lions. . .
rent all parts of the country. It United Jewish Anneal for Refu- and lecturer, will occupy Rabbi of terror and
Concluding Ceremony
violence In the
situation in Europe "is no longer
Joshua S. Sperka's pulpit at Con-
Message of Sidney Hillman
a ima to provide refuge and shel- gees and Overseas Needs.
The dedication ceremonies, con-
methodical and deliberate oppres-
gregation Bnai David, Elmhurst ghetto state is certain to bring
Wishing the National Confer- ter for the faculties and over
Appointed
by
Irving
W.
Blum-
ducted
from
Dec.
6
through
swift
retribution,
The News
Dec.
at 14th, on Friday, Dec. 22, at
sion and abuse based upon hatred
13, in the Aaron DeRoy Building ence for Palestine "the greatest 2,000 students of the outstanding berg. chairman of the board of 8:30 p. tn.
Chronicle furthe r stated that
of any one religion.
success" in its deliberations, Mr. higher schools of Jewish learning directors of the Detroit Service
of
the
Jewish
Community
Center,
the
regiment
of
Jewish
refu-
"It is a new cruelty," he shout-
The title of Mr. Samuel's ad- gees, called the Pioneer Corp,
of Poland, who were fortunate in Group, the fund-raising arm of
closed on Wednesday evening Hillman wrote this week:
ed, "of exploitation of occupied
"In a world darkened by savag- escaping to Vilno and neighboring the Jewish Welfare Federation dress will be "Can They Destroy now being made up in England.
lands taken contrary to all rules
(TURN TO EDITORIAL PAGE)
Communication with relatives
ery and war, of which the Jewish communities, now part of Lithu- which conducts the annual Allied Palestine". Mr. Samuel is the au- Is drawing hundreds of volun-
of civilization."
in Poland is now possible through
people are the principal victims ania. Reports of the transfer of Jewish Campaigns. Mrs. Ehrlich thor of "You Gentiles", "I the teers who seek to enlist in the
Among messages of support and the services of the International
the'work of the National Confer- these schools were received from has Sidney J. Allen, Melville S. Jew", "What Ilappened in Pelee- refugee
regiment in order to
sympathy sent to the rally was Red Cross, it was announced by RABBI FRAM TO SPEAK ence for Palestine must not be William Zuckerman,' head of the Welt and Henry Wineman as her tine", "Jews on Approval." lie is
that of Senator Arthur H. Van- George M. Stutz, president of the ON SACHAR'S NEW BOOK minimized. Wherever a haven can European bureau of the New York co-chairmen, with Abe Srere, Fed- the translator of •the Hebrew p
dg eiovntait.zioPenesoifi"Natzo `their
denberg of Michigan.
Jewish Social Service Bureau, 51
be kept open for the stricken Jewish Morning • Journal; Sant- eration's president, heading the poetry of Bialik, several novels
"Confiscator y Policy of German W. Warren Ave. Jewish residents
and Sholem Asch'a "The Eliza-
Next Friday night, Dec. 22. at Jews of Europe, it becomes the im- chin, special corespondent of the steering committee.
rene". .
Decrees issued by Nazi authori-
Reich" Denounced in N. Y.
of Detroit, who have not heard 8 o'clock, Rabbi Leon Fram will perative duty of fellow-Jews more Jewish Daily Forward in Kovno,
During the next
months the
Supreme Court
from relatives and friends in Po- take as the theme of his Sabbath fortunate and lovers of humanity and the Jewish Telegraphic Agen- budget committee. two
Rabbi Sperka will officiate and ties in Poland, designed to further
composed of a
Justice William T. Collins, in land since the war began, now Eve sermon at Temple Beth El, generally to keep it open and to cy. Direct contacts have been es- cross-section of Detroit Jewry, Cantor Abraham Singer will par- harrass and curb the Jews under
Supreme Court, this week rejected have the possibility of locating Woodward and Gladstone, Dr. (PLEASE TURN TO LAST PAGE) tablished with the heads of these will conduct hearings and weigh ticipate in the musical program Nazi domination in former Poland,
nide,' all obligations owed to
an application to permit a Nazi them .
schools and a special appeal was the petitions of all organizations of the evening.
Abram Leon Sachar's new book,
authoritative sources dis-
representative to argue a prop-
The office of the American Red "Sufferance Is the Badge: The
directed to American Jewry by
A social hour will follow. All Jews,
closed. Debtors are obliged to pay
erty claim here against an ousted Cross, also at 51 W. Warren Ave Jew in the Contemporary World."
(PLEASE TURN TO PAU) i)
Chief Rabbi Chaim Ozer Grodzin-
are welcome.
Jewish firm of Vienna. In a is accepting applications for this A reception in the social hall of
only 60 per cent of their voided
ski of Vilno, to save these refu-
obligations to Jewish merchants
strongly worded decision Justice service. The information secured the Temple will follow the serv-
gee students, victims of the Polish
to the Nazi Ministry of Finance.
Collins made clear his refusal to from the applicant is forwarded ice.
war, from hunger and privation,
sanction "the confiscatory, pro- to the national headquarters of
It is expected that thousands of
and
to
help
re-establish
the
Ye-
Rabbi' Fram announces that
An answer to the attacks lev-
zlotys 3.111 accrue to the Nazi
scriptive policies of the German the Red Cross in Washington and there
will be no classes in the eled by Gerald L. K. Smith against shivoth on Lithuanian territory.
regime by this measure.
Reich."
airmailed from there to the In-
Once again the spiritual lead-
The case concerned a suit by ternational Red Cross at Geneva, Temple Religious School, Satur- liberal, labor and progressive or- ers of this generation in Israel are
Furthermore, the advices re-
day, Dec. 31. Religious school ses- ganizations and individuals will be
vealed, Jews are forced to contrib-
Otto Anniger and four partners Switzerland. The International sions
will re-open Saturday, Jan. broadcast by Rev. Owen A. Knox making an effort to rescue "Yav-
of the firm, which dealt in cotton Red Cross has offices in Poland
ne and its scholars" from among
ute to the "Hitler Fund" estab-
6,
and
Sunday,
Jan.
7.
of Civil Rights Federation over the ruins of a great center of
in Vienna from 1872 until ousted and, through its contacts there,
lished by the authorities In Po-
The fall term of Beth El Col- station WJR on Sunday, Dec. 17, Jewish life. Following in the foot-
by the Nazis after the Austrian including Jewish organizations,
land as a means of confiscating
Anschluss in March, 1938, against will be in a position to locate the lege of Jewish Studies cornea to a from 10 to 10:30 p. m.
all valuables such as rings, watch-
steps of Jochanan ben Zakkai,
Rev. Knox will reveal the re- who laid the foundation for 18
es, candelabra and other articles
the Austrian firm of Si. Hohen- People sought. At the present time close Monday night, Dec 18. The
berg and Co. Mr. Anniger and his these contacts are confined only winter term opens for a new sults of an investigation of centuries of Jewish life at the
(PLEASE TURN TO PADS A)
partners, all refugees here, sought to the German-occupied part of series of 10 successive Monday Smith's activities. He will disclose time of the destruction of the
to recover a debt of ;8,572 from Poland. However, applications to night sessions on Monday night, Smith's affiliation with the fascist, second temple in Jerusalem, rab-
Jan.
8.
anti-Semite
William
Dudley
Pol-
the liohenberg concern. T h e locate relatives in the Soviet part
bis and lay-leadera of American
ley and his Silver Shirts.
liohenberg company admitted the of Poland will also be accepted,
Jews are now rallying to the sup-
existence of the debt, but filed an in the expectation that the Red
port of the Yeshivoth formerly
application to allow the Nazi Cross will be able to establish con-
situated in the following 14 com-
liquidator of the Annigers' prop- tact there in the near future.
munities: Baranowitz, Bialystok,
Applications will be accepted
Brisk, Grodno, Kamenetz-Litovsk,
(PLEASE TURN TO LAST PAGE)
by the Detroit office of the Red
Kletzk, Lomzo, Lublin, Mezritch,
Cross at the Community Fund
2ftto
Mir, Pinsk, Slonim, and Volozin,
Building, from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. John L. Spivak, George Addes and Rev. Owen A. Knox and now transferred to Vilno and
daily except Sunday. Jewish ap-
other Lithuanian towns.
to Address Public Rally; Will Present Evi-
plicants who may need the service
dence on Coughlin, Smith
of an interpreter or other assist-
ance can get it from the office of
The Jewish American Youth
the Jewish Social Service Bureau,
John L. Spivak, whose current Smith, will speak on the results
which is located on the same floor. expose of Father Charles E. of his study of the self-styled
Council of Detroit will sponsor its
annual conference on Sunday,
The Jewish Social Service Bureau Coughlin is making journalistic "rabble-rouser."
Dec. 17, starting at 10 a. rn., in
is a member agency of the Jewish history; George Addes, popular
Tickets for the mass meeting Tidbits from Everywhere
Welfare Federation and the De- secretary-treasurer of the CIO
the new Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Woodward and Holbrook.
troit Community Fund.
United Automobile Workers of cost 25 and 35 cents. Reserved
America; and Rev. Owen A. Knox, seats may be obtained for 50 and
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
The purpose of this conference
t reasurer of the Civil Rights Fed- 75 cents. Orders for tickets will
is to unite all Jewish youth In a
The Wayne University Chapter
Woryeleit HIM S. A. F.
)
eration, will turn the spotlight of be taken at the Federation office,
program
for democracy and toler-
of Avukah, presided over by Syl-
t ruth on Father Coughlin, Gerald 1001 Hoffman Bldg., Ca. 6278.
ars7e.., Everyday problems that
WAR GAGS
via Fossaner, is sponsoring the
K. Smith, and Detroit's anti-la-
Rev. Bollens emphasized that
confront
Jewish
youth will be die.
Punchline
we
can't
help
pass-
first midwest conference in Avu-
bor, anti-democratic leaders at a the speakers would present "fac-
cussed. Vie two aims of this con-
kah's history to be held Dec. 24
mass meeting to be held in the tual evidence" and not merely ing on: "The Third Reich will
ference
ire
(1)
to bring together
through Dec. 26, at the new Jew-
Mayfair Auditorium, Woodward engage in "name-calling." He stand for a thousand years, says
the diverse Jewish youth organi-
i s h Community Center. T h e Called to Discuss Current Prob. and Watson, Tuesday night, said:
Hitler . . . Well, if it can stand
zations
on
the
common
program
Purpose of the conference is two-
for Hitler it can stand for any-
Dec. 19.
of Jewish unity for democracy
"The Federation is holding this
lams Affecting Jewry
fold: (1) to bring before the
The rally is sponsored by the important mass rally at a critical thing" ... The Three Stooges are
and
tolerance;
and
(2)
the
adop-
14 midwestern chapters the prob-
tion of an extensive program of '
time. The anti-labor, anti-progres- reported to be planning a picture,
The Jewish Community Coon- Civil Rights Federation.
lems of Jewish youth and war,
Rev. John H. Bollens, chairman sive forces of Detroit are spending to be titled "Apes of Wrath",
activity
which
will
extend
and
im-
91
will
hold
its
quarterly
meet-
and (2) to facilitate more closely
will take off Hitler, Goer-
prove the cultural. social and
ing on Sunday, Dec. 17, at 3 of the Federation, stated that the much energy and money in build- which
regional organization.
ing
and
Goebbels
.
.
.
Germany's
purpose
of
the
meeting
was
to
ing
up
a
movement
whose
pur-
economic
interests
of
the
Jewish
Wayne University Avukah, a p. m., in the large auditorium of "expose the aims and records of pose is to uproot the Bill of
youth of Detroit,
Right, foremost aviaton society is still
nationally recognized Zionist or- the new Jewish Community Cen- these demagogues and to show from American life. These forces
called Lilienthal Gesellschaft fuer
The opening address of the con-
ganization, is one of 60 branches ter, Woodward at Holbrook. This with factual evidence wherein have been using such men as
Fa. Luftfahrtfoerderung, and no less
in America with central quarters meeting is called primarily for t hey threaten our traditional
fe•ence will be given by Steven
ther
a
Coughlin
personage
than
General
Kennel-
and
Reverend
Noe-
Ruby, president of the Council, '
in New York City. It is an or- the purpose of discussing the, American democracy."
ris for their propaganda and but ring only last summer cited Otto
and by Herman Jacobs, executive
ganization of American Jewish problems arising from the tragic
0.0% A wr .
Each main speaker will present
director of the Jewish Center. The
college students working on a events abroad. For the first time new evidence concerning the ac- recently they imported Gerald L. Lilienthal as one of the heroes of
speakers for the symposium will
three-front program which pro- since its inception, the Council t ivities of Detroit's many native K. Smith. Many honest citizens, aviation together with such aimon-
be Rabbi Morris Adler, Philip
motes Zionism, encourages the is inviting to the quarterly meet- a nd imported spokesmen of re- unaware of the aims of this bar- sure "Aryana" as Baron von
rage
of
propaganda,
have
been
Richthofen
It's
an
open
secret
Slomovitz. and Prof. Samuel IL
ing
not
only
the
delegates,
but
a
creation of Jewish communal in-
ction.
"THE JEWISH MOTHER", SCULPTURAL WORK
fooled by the silver-tongued ora- that if Hitler were to resign today
Levin. The panel discussions will
stitutions in America, and com- also the officers of all affiliated
Spivak's fates book, "Secret tors. It is our purpose to expose
PURCHASED FOR THE JEWISH CENTER
be led by Ernest Goodman. on
groups.
in
favor
of
Goering
the
British
bats fascism. The conference is
Armies," had such sensational' and
According to an announcement s ignificant material that Walter the aims and records of these government would immediately
The collection of Schatz art works now on exhibition at the "Jewish Youth and Civil Libor-
an attempt on the part of the
demogognes
to show with fac- make peace with the Nazis, let-
ties"; David Aptekar on "Jewish
midwestern collegiate Zionists to by James I. Ellmann, acting pres- Winched sent a copy of it to tual evidence and
wherein they threat- ting them keep Danzig and the new Jewish Community Center, on the occasion of the dedication Youth Faces Intolerance"; Yrs.
unite under the leadership of a ident, this meeting should reflect very Congressman.
en our traditional American de- Polish Corridor ... Did you know of the new building, is attracting wide attention.
J. Bernstein, on "Jewish Youth
c uncil, to
o be elected in Detroit, the feeling of the organized Jew-
Addes will deal with the var-
Not only the works of the late Prof. Boris Schatz, the creator and Peace"; R. Kramer,
The defenders of the
whereby cooperative action may ish community on the European i oua forces who are opposing mocracy.
before Hitler made the swas-
the famous Bezalel School in Jerusalem, but also those of his ish Youth and Security". on "Jew
Bill of Rights need not stoop to that
be taken in regard to the success- outrages. All officers and delegates t rade unionism in Detroit. These the
tika unpopular, that ancient good- of
children,
Bezalel and Zahara Schatz, are among those on exhibit.
rabblerouser's technique of luck symbol was
ful fulfillment of the three-front of organizations are urged to be i nelude Pat McCartney, who has
The Jewish-American Youth
used on the mili-
A movement has been started to encourage the retention of Chorus
Program.
present and participate in the de- r ecently gained notoriety for his name-calling, distortions and bare- tary airplanes of Finland? . . .
will sing.
faced lies. Even a Pope's
some of these art works in Detroit, and Detroit Jews are urged to
Plans for the conference are liberations.
rganization of a vigilante gang cal was not safe in the encycli- Don't be surprised if steel bed purchase them either for themselves
At the close of the conference,
hands of springs are verboten
or for presentation to the Jew• general
Recommendations of the execs- o f street-fighters. who ironically
under the supervision of Lester
elections will be held.
In
Naziland
ish Center.
Coughlin, as Father Clancy
Seligman of Chicago and Sam tine committee, which met last e nough parade under the guise of Father
lust recently revealed. We feel before long ... German radio fans
All members of Jewish youth
One
of
the
finest
art
piece
displayed
here—"The
Jewish
Mother"
Stearn of Wayne Universities, Its Thursday evening, will be acted 'Americanism".
that we must focus the lights of eager to find ways and means of —a low reilef sculptural work
organizations are urged to come
main features include a youth upon, at the quarterly session, as
done by Prof. Schatz in 1904. was and to learn why
Rev, Knox. who is making ■ facts on these
demagogue" no that listening in on short-wave broad- purchased Sunday by Mr. and Mrs.
organiza-
sYmpostum, several widely-known will also the reports of the stand- special Investigation of the career the
Sidney J. Allen in honor of their tion should affiliate their
casts
from
America
have
discover-
people
may
better
understand
with the Coun-
ing
committees.
speakers and a dinner-dance.
and activities of Gerald L. IL their true character."
cil. Individuals are invited to at-
(PLKAII3 TURN TO LAI! FACIE

I

LONDON.—(WNS)—A note of encouragement to Jews in the
ar; Reich on the occasion of the celebration of Chanukah was broadcast over
the anti-Nazi German Freedom Radio by a German priest.
The broadcast, picked up in various sections of England, described
the story of Chanukah and the Maccabees, the struggle for freedom and
the reason for commemoration of the holiday by the Jews who have
I PROGRAM PLANNED BY CONGRESS
TO DEFEAT SPIRIT OF DESPAIR

o f

LABOR HELPS
U.P.A. PARLEY,

Hillman Stresses Impor-
tance of Washing-
ton Conference

PLAN BUDGET
FOR '4o DRIVE

Henry Montor to Ad-
dress First Meeting of
Committee Tuesday

MAURICE SAMUEL
AT BNAI DAVID
FRIDAY, DEC. 22

RED CROSS
SEEKS KIN

R egisters Detroiters
Looking for Rela-
tives Overseas

Rev. Owen A. Knox
To Answer Smith

EXHIBIT OF SCHATZ WORKS
DRAWS WIDE INTEREST HERE

YOUTH PARLEY
THIS SUNDAY

ACTIVITIES OF ANTI-DEMOCRATIC
FORCES TO BE EXPOSED TUESDAY

AVUKAH PLANS
PARLEY HERE

STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL

Midwestern Conference
to Be Held in Detroit
from Dec. 24 to 26

Sessions of Young
-
ple's Council ai l&
Jewish Center.

Council Quarterly
Meeting Sunday

IIIILleen TURN TO LAVT PAOTa

tend the sessions.

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