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PAGE TWO

Writ" I re- at, coto.bw, r

SHIRTS

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

.......



CLASSIFIED CONGRESS "WHITE BOOK

RELIABLE Ii OUSE IIELP.
Laundresses, women for house
cleaning, house maids. women
for part time work. By hour,
day or week. Schlesinger's,
Madison 2526.

December 22, 1939

f t

CHARGES NAZI MURDER
250,000 JEWS IN POLAND

(CONCLUDED

Wechsler Elected
To Head K. of

r.

%

FROM PACE ONE)
I Thon, a member of the Prague
Jewish Community.
from Nazi-occupied Poland and ' the entire German P On Nov. 1,
At the annual election of
ress published
hed
QUILTS - Made or recovered are known to be unfriendly to the the text of a letter allegedly sent troit Lodge No. 55, Knights
from your own feathers or Soviets, is considered precarious to Dr. Thon by an unknown per- Pythias, last Tuesday eveni
wools. Pillows recovered-spe-
t, in
1..
( 1 ondon, The letter, which Louis Wechsler was chosen Ch i
Flat Pieces ...refully Ironed
since they are tightly hemmed in It ocn
cellor Commander for the ensui
cial, $1 25. Full line of curtains,
e(Inpl eEtneglenzapnuceeperott year. Other offieers elected a
Additional ?eyed, filic lb.
baby, shower and wedding gifts. between Nazi Germany and Soviet polit ; c Y a el
A VERY INEXPENSIVE SERVICE •
Dexter Quilt & Gift Shop, Russia. It is believed that prea- ed to prove that Hore-Belisha, Israel Gruskin, vice-chancell
imp Dexter Blvd.. at Webb. sure is being brought by Russia Churchill, Eden and Duff-Cooper Barney Kosofsky, prelate; Jose
C. Snider, master at arms• Rob
llogarth 9050.
against Lithuania to expel all were in the l pay of Jewish inter- Cole, inner guard; Char
All Finished 79c
es Be t
WANTED - Woman to take refugees considered "harmful" to eats. Its publication was followed man, outer guard; David Schwar
care of cottage of 25 children Soviet inter sts. This seems op, by the arrest of Dr. Thon, who e keeper of record and seal; Le
in Jewish institution. Must be parent in the arrival of a special was later shot by the Gestapo in L. Steinberg, master of exchequ
THE BARGAINS OF ALL TIME
between 30 and 45 and have commission in Kaunas from Mos- the l'ankrac Prison. Nathan Waterstone and Bar n
Home Secretary Sir John An- Kosofsky are the two newly el
at least high school education. cow which demands that • (I)
Salary $75 monthly with ream, Lithuania prepare for Soviet au- dersun admitted in the House of ed members to the execut i
a , ll Commons that Nazi sailors in board, which now consists of
Flat Pieces and Handkerchiefs
board and laundry. Address Box thorities a complete list of al
m

internment
camps were P. Cohen, chairman; Louis We c
90, Detroit Jewish Chronicle, refugees in Lithunia who are not British
Neatly Ironed
stating age, education, refer- (Athenian citizens; (2) Lithania victimizing interned Jewish refu- sler, Israel Gruskin, Frank B
Ball, Towels and Underwear
ences and work experience.
ban residence of Polish refugees gees. Charges of Jew-baiting by man and Joseph C. Snider.
Fluffed Dried
in sections of Lithuania where Nazi internees had been published
Elaborate
arrangements
Additional pounds 7c lb.
FOR RENT - Beautiful, fur. Soviet military forces are sta. by Damien Swaffer in his Daily now being completed for the
TIIE BEST UNIVERSAL SERVICE
nished roam for a gentleman in tinned; (3) All Polish refugees Herald
column. Sir John promised nual New Year's Eve party
congenial home of two adults. an of
other immigrants who might that the Nazis would be trans- be held at the Detroit Lou
All conveniences. Reasonable. be considered "harmful" to So- ferred to separate internment building, Reservations are now
Good transportation. 2718 Glen- viet interests be expelled from camps. ing taken by the entertainme
dale Ave. Townsend 7-2983.
Lithuania.
committee. Members and friers
Not revponvilrle foe an. Intent AT nind.whipped remains
Seven thousand refugees
e
held Sovie t Sentences' Rabbi Schorr are invited. Joseph C. Snid
TIIE NEWEST DEPARTMENT IN THE CITY
FOR RENT - Large, airy fur- in concentration camps in France
and Deputy Sommerstein to
chairman, urges members to ha
nished room in home of small have already been released, In-
reservations in by Tuesday, D
ears Imprisonment
family, for lady or gentleman. tenor Minister Albert Sarraut told
KAUNAS, Lithuania.-(WNS) 26. A full course dinner, mu
Convenient transportation. Rea- Parliament. Gradual release of in- -Rabbi Moses Schorr , former by
lel Meiers orchestra, a i
sonable. 2930 W. Chieago Blvd. ternees was promised by Sarraut Senator and leader of the War- novelty entertainers, favors, not
Earl(
Apt. 105. Tyler 5-6557.
who said they would be freed saw Jewish community, was sen- makers, etc., at $3.75 per pla
after completion of examination tenced to nine years' imprison- To insure comfort a limited nu
FOR RENT - Beautiful , fur- I of each individual case by the ment by Soviet authorities in ben of reservations are taken.
rushed room in home of three military and civil authorities. Lwow (Lemberg), religious cir-
Detroit Lodge has closed a s
II EA JIM i API . %UN.
adults• Modern conveniences. About 7,000 of the 15,000 in- cles here reported.
cessful year, with the completi
Per
2746 Glendale Ave. Townsend terned at the outbreak
(Earlier
d
of
a new class of candidates vi
i
of h the war
spatc es said that
per pound
6-5749.
are still being held for examina- Rabbi Schorr had been released were made Knights last Tuesd
IOC
1
.
tion
from
arrest by Soviet authori- A dinner was tendered in hen
Minimum Charge. 61.81
.
FOR RENT-Large bedroom and
of this class. Nathan Watersto
The Polish Government-in-Exile
A MOST RELIABLE INSTITUTION
kitchen for two girls or couple. I has named Dr. !gimes, Schwartz-
Former Deputy Sommerstein, was commented for his splend
Furnished or unfurnished. Frig bard, Zionist leader and former former editor of a Yiddish daily work in obtaining the larg
Haire, heat, light and gas in-
• deputy, as the Jewish mem- In Warsaw, received a similar sen- number of members.
elm
.
4
.
eluded. Reasonable. 2562 Cort- ber of the Polish National Coun- tence. The same circles reported
land Ave.
cil, newly-created Polish Partia- receipt of a telegram from Sena-
l ly«. nt of which Ignace Paderv.vski tor Jacob Trockenheim saying he
FOR RENT-Furnished room in is the president. Dr. Schwartzbard, was in Biaylstok, Russian Poland.
home of three adults. Garage who will represent Jewish national Fearing Expulsion as • Result of
if desired. Good transportation. minority interests in the Council, Russian Pressure Jewish Journal-
2226 Taylor Ave. Tyler . 4-5915. escaped from Poland to Rumania fists Petition Hias-Ica for Visas
100 anti
",
ih,C
in the early days of the warfl The
Forty Jewish journalists and
FOR RENT - Well furnished I'olish Government has invited writers who escaped from Poland published
The Living
by Thoughts
Longmans, Libra
Gre
room for lady, gentleman or him to come here from Bucharest.
to Lithuania petitioned the IIIAS- & Co., currently presents "T
couple, in home of small fam- One of the vice-presidents of the
ation Association li-
Hy. Home privileges. 3843 Tux- Council is Dr. Herman I.ieberman, Pari
ICA s to
arr ange em
Emigr
R•-v. Cantor
faci in Living Thoughts of Spinoz a
edo Ave. Davison 8396. one-time leader of the Polish So- ties for them to Palestine, France, Prepared by Arnold Zw eig, e n
DAVID
cialist Party and stormy petrel of En g l an
an d , , the United States or neat novelist, author o f "T
FOR RENT - Large, nicely fur- Polish politics who was ex i 1 ed in South American countries. The Case of Sergeant Grischa" a
GOLDEN
MYER J. FRANKLIN
nished room in home of small 1926.
other
best
who whither
now oak
nil roll'. Fitiorlt• of Battle Creek, Mich., 62 years
appeal expresses the hope that his
home
in sellers
Palestine
(aridly. Telephone. Reasonable.
■ I 'I II F. I.
old, died on Dec. 17. Funeral
tions abroad will take an interest went when he left Germany th
3269 Tuxedo Ave. between Refugees Confirm Reports
r11.1(11 1114114
services were held on Dec. 19
of Jewish newspapers and publica- is
at" ascinating book packed f
tteddlbq Ceretems•
Wildemerc and Dexter, lower.
in lei - fate, since all are bona
Raping. by Naci Soldiers
and burial took place in Battle
Ie. C,rforgned All
WILNA, - (WNS) - Reports fide journalists whose works have of the gems selected from t
Creek. Ile is survived by hi s1
Wm.. and by •
FOR RENT-Flat, 2267 Glad- that German troops raped Jewish appeared in American, Argentin- writings of Baruch (Benedictu
wife, Grace; a son, Richard, and I stone, between 14th and La-
women in various parts of occu- ian and South African Yiddish Spinoza.
tour sisters, Anna, Mollie and
Salle. Beautiful 7 rooms. Ga- pied Polish territory were con- papers.
Mr. Zweig has written the i
Mrs. Herman Fisher of Detroit,
rage. New stove and Frigidaire. firmed by refugees who cited
Following intercession by a troductory presentation in whi t
and Mrs. Albert Harris of Battle
Will recorate to suit your taste.Ispecific instances that occured in delegation of Jewish leaders, er- he describes the works of Spine;
Creek.
$60.00. Tyler 5-9631,
Rev. cute,
Brest-Litovsk during the nix days mission was granted 200 Suwalki and outlines his life and his
-
that city was occupied by the Nazi Jews, mostly women and children, betties in the community of A
Jacob
PHILIP GARELIK
BUSINESS Woman, alone, wishes forces before the Soviet entry. who had been deported from the sterdam. The essence of S pi
Silverman
of 9190 Cameron Ave • , 73 yearn
to share modern, nicely fur- Similar incidents occured in the' Nazi-held Polish city into a "no- oza s thought was selected by 51
SCROI('AL
old, died on Dec. 17. Funeral
rushed apartment with two town of Wengrow.
VOWEL,
man s-land" near the Lithuanian Zweig from "Ethics" and "T
business girls or couple. Every
IS loan°
services were hold on Dec. 17.
border, to enter Lithuania. Improvement of Understanding
"'mottos
convenience.
Ile is survived by his wife, Anna;
Unlimited tele-
Brilliant choice marks these sole
Nacis Officially List 120,000 Jews
Rembelembell 61
phone. Centrally located. Rosh-
four sons, Maurice, Jack, i'aul
Plyairloay sad
1,300 Refugee s Trapped in Ves• ions. . any of them are asp
Dead in Poland
and William, and four daughters,
ester between Linwood and
cially timely at this juncture
LONDON.
-
(WNS)
-
Offi-
sets
on
the
Danube
2603
Mrs. Rose Agree, Mrs. Albert ki
1.awton. Reasonable, T y I e r cial Nazi statistics purporting to
NEW YORK. - (WNS) - human history. For instance, t t
Elmhurst
Ross, Mrs. Abe Einstein and Mrs.
6-68 " ,
be an accurate list of Jewish Th irteen hundred Jewish refugees selections on "Evaluation of t t
TO. 84635
Matinee Sills, and 17 grandchil-
from
casualties
in
Nazi-occupied
Poland
. Vienna
and B rno a Emotions" is an ideal chap te
MIDDLE-AGED lady, go I 1 '
marriage.
Inca, .
in itself is not bad b
, p am for the last two months were
CFee hoslovakia, on route to Pal- , Pleasure
Yerterme4'

- cook, desires position as house-
,
sued
ood; contrariwise. pain in itse
in
Berlin,
authoritative e ,tine• are
keeper in motherless home or
in River
small
L. KAHN
the Danube
at ts bad." "Mirth ca
cannot be exce
*' care for invalid Agranoff, sources here reported. According steamers on stranded
will
sive but is always good; contrar
of Miami Beach, Fla., 69 years
3215 Tuxedo Ave. Townsend to these statistics, 60,000 Jews Guirgui, at the Rumanian border,
• '
. wise
have
old . died on Dec. 18. Funeral
Melancholy
is always bad
perished
in
Poland
during
according
to
reports
made
public
7-3063.
'
Monuments of Character
sir vices were held at Lewis Bros.
atred can never be good." "0
the past two months as a result by the American Friend s of
Fu neral Home on Dec. 21 with BUSINESS LADY will share of epidemics and internment in Jewish Palestine here.
TSV
the Right Way of Life" and "T
int eiment in Clover Hill Park
completely furnished lower flat concentration camps. In addition,
Officials of the Joint Distribu- Free Sian" are similarly impo
Ce metery, Rabbi • Morris Adler
with couple or will rent room the Gestapo office in Berlin lists lion Committee in Bucharest will tent. "Free man thinks of deat
an d Cantor J. H. Sonenklar of-
with housekeeping privileges. 60,000 Jewish dead in Poland as attempt to supply food to keep the least of all things; and his wi
fin ating. Ile is survived by three
Reasonable.
dom is a meditation not of deat
Call
Townsend a result of Nazi air raids and the barge colony from starvation,
son I, Samuel, Albert and Mi•
but of life." Only
"
free men o r
5-7545 any time Sunday or siege of Warsaw. A total of 120,-
The
American
Friends
of
a
thoroughly
grateful to one snot
cha el; three daughters, Mrs.
Monday and after 9 p. m. 000 Jewish dead in Nazi-occupied Jewish Palestine estimate that
Sh irrell Rosenberg, Mrs. Lillian
Poland
is
the
complete
Nazi
esti
.
112,000
is
needed
immediately
er."
"The
free
man
never ac t
d aily.
13r nun and Eva Kahn, and two
to enable the refugees to start fraudulently, but always in
mate.

cis tens in Chicago, and seven WANTED - Middle-aged woman
''Sr De u tsc h e Nachrichten again on their journey. Of this faith.
to take care of invalid lady. Buro, official German news agen- approximately $3,000 has already
" When we think," Mr. Zwei
gra ndchildren.
No housework, good home. Call cy, issued a flat denial of reports been pledged.
writes in his introductory preset"
te11,01, Mtai
Warta.
11•. ■■ ••.1.
at 2677 Tuxedo Ave., Town- printed in newspapers abroad
The chairman of the American ration, "that the free will of ma
ABRAHAM
SOLOMON
7725' I W F.LF 1 h ST
send 6-8953.
that German military authorities Friends of a Jewish Palestine is is to be traced hack to the igno
of 2251 Leslie Ave., 73 years old,
die d on Dec. 19. Funeral services DRIVING TO LOS ANGELES had forced Jewish communities in II. L. Schwamm, and other offi- once of causes which determine i
Nazi-occupied Poland to send Jew- eers are 11 'nerd J. Stanton, mere- and that real freedom arises r a
we re held on Dec. 20 with burial
first or second week in Janu- ish women to German militar
in Beth Tefilo Emanuel Cemetery,
y Lary, and Louis Germain, treas- ther in the measure in which ma
ary. Can accommodate. one or
barracks. The D. N. 13. further de_ urer. Among members of the com- frees himself of his passions,
Re V. D. Golden officiating. He
two passengers. Plaza 4040.
Glared that relations between Jews mittee are Rabbi Lewis I. New- unite himself with God by spiri
is survived by his wife, Zelda;
two sons, Hugo and John; seven DRIVING to San Antonio, Texas. and German "Aryans" are entire- num. Mrs. Richard Cottheil and dual submersion and contempla
we see as if through a l'Ul
dim ghters, Sirs. Esther Marko-
Can accommodate passengers ly inconsistent with Rassenkultur Sirs. John Gunther. tion , w
vit 5, Mrs. Mary Pearl, Mrs. Ann
mg mist the faint smile and mel
to help drive in exchange for policies, and that two isolated
ancholy eyes of that lonely ma
Eli as, Mrs. Beatrice Madison,
transportation. R e f e r e n ces. cam's of "rassenschande" comit-
ted by Nazi soldiers in Cracow •-
who went out from the Porto
Mr s. Rhea Carroll, Mrs. Shirley
Townsend 8-8431.
D
had been speedily disposed of.
curse emigration of Amsterda m
Ge dridh and Mrs. Rose Gurwin,
All chalutzim (pioneers) in the
Jewry to radiate eternal light i i
18 grandchildren and one great- DRIVING NEW CAR to Los
12216 LINWOOD AVE.
gra ndchild.
Angeles about Jan. 3. Can ac- Hachsharah (preparation) farm
,FOX-A
gala holiday show the Pantheon of human wisdo m
commodate passengers. Town- on the outskirts of Lodz were con- combining two of the season's and superiority."
--
Large Dining Room for
Send 7-8124.
scripted into labor battalions and most entertaining features is the
HENRY HOLINSTAT
Parties and Showers
of 2980 Fullerton Ave., 67 years
sent to camps in the interior of Fox Theater's Christmas offering
Catering Our Specialty
old , died on Dec. 1. Funeral serv- DRIVING TO MIAMI, FLA., in Nazi-occupied Poland, and the Sonja Henie is paired with tw o
When the 5,000 Jewish in
new car the first week in Jan- property confiscated by the Nazi equally popular leading men i
ice s were held on Dec. 3, and
For Reservations Call-
uary. Can accommodate three authorities, private advices reach- "Everything Happens at Night, n habitants of the Free City o
bur ial was in Clover 11111 Park
' Danzig consented to emigrate b
TOWNSEND 6.9213
passengers.
Cali
Trinity
2-8889.
Ce metery, with Rabbi A. Si.
ing here disclosed. (The farm was a timely romantic drama be - the end of this year, the coot
He rshman and Cantor J. H. Son- GERMAN REFUGEE, 36, single, considered one of the finest Zion- decked with the added attractio
n munal leaders sold their com
enk lag officiating. Surviving him
was engaged in own tobacco 1st institutions in Poland. Ilun- of Sonja 's matchless artistry on munal property-synagogue, th
are h is wife, Gertrude; seven
and wine business, wholesale dreds of chalutzim had been pre- skates and skis. The companion Jewish cemetery, etc.-to th
dau ghters, Mrs. Moe Lansky,
CLUB ROYALE
and retail, in Germany, will an- pared for agricultural pursuits on picture brings Edgar Bergen and municipal authorities with th
He) en Ilolinstat, Mrs. Simon ' cept any employment. Knows the hachsharah farm for emig-ra- Charlie McCarthy to the screen
understanding that the proceed
tes,
Mrs.
Raphael
Altman,
Young Dean Murphy, the ace ha
English and has command of Lion to Palestine.) once more in "Charlie hicCarthy, of these sales were to be use d
All Jewish relief organizations Detective," a rollicking mystery
a George Seyburn, Mrs. Jack
mimic who created such a hit
five other languages. Can drive
for the fostering of emigration .
in Warsaw are closed including story.
when he was here at the Club S i, man and Edythe Holinstat,
car, typewrite and do hook-
"One of the chief concerns o f
the Palestine Office, which had
Royale a few weeks ago, has and a son, Ilerman; a sister,
keeping. Well fitted for work
Danzig Jewish leaders was ho w
been
permitted
to
remain
open
a
Jacob
Freedman,
and
two
MICHIGAN-After
two
years
been brought back to the club Mr
as traveling salesman. Town-
to
dispose of the priceless an -
for a time by Nazi authorities in of work by some 200 artist.
in answer to demand, and heads bro thorn, Isadore and Joseph.
send 6-7437.
Poland. All documents in the Pal- "Gulliver's Travels," full-length , housed in the Danzi
the new show. Since leaving De-
Jewish
museum. Some 56 Tora h
feature in Technicolor, is now at
MAP JONG SETS - Full size estine Office were confiscated.
troit, Dean has been co-starred
In Posen, Silesia, and in Lodz, the Michigan Theater. On the scrolls, precious for their historic
catalin tiles deeply engraved.
with Constance Bennett in a
associations, as well as large
Hand-decorated in three colors. recently annexed as provinces of some program is "The Secrets
vaudeville tour that .covered
Set of five walnut finish, wood the Third Reich, the Jewish popu- of Dr. Kildare" starring Loy numbers of ceremonial object s
Cleveland, Buffalo, Cincinnati and
could not be taken along by
Baton
is
entirely
separated
from
Ayres,
Lionel
Baerymore
and
IN
MEMORIAM
racks
with
bend-over
lock
money
Indianapolis. Last week he played
community whose members were
holders. Enough money for five the Poles and confined to ghetto Laraine Day.
at the Chicago Theater, sharing fat n loving memory of our dear
being scattered over the four ear-
her, Jacob Levinson, who de-
racks. Dice. Instruction sheet. areas. Jews may buy food only at
featured billing with the Andrews
Complete with leatherette carry- a few specified hours during the :UNITED ARTISTS-In "Judge ners of the globe. It was equally
Sisters. When he finishes his en- par teal three years ago, Dec. 25,
ing case. Biggest value in De- day, in order not to mix with non- Hardy and Son" Mother Hardy's unthinkable to leave them behind.
gagement here, he will tear down 193 6.
troit I- $8.75. 3205 Calvert. Jews and to give Aryans first illness is the crucial concern in It was finally arranged to have
to the White House to appear lv ,
onl y tour memory. dear
Townsend 7-5369.
choice of the meagre supplies. the new film of the popular fam the contents of the museum
at the President's Birthday Party,
f•ther.
These measures are similar to ily series which finds Lewis shipped to the United States
To ir.rnetulipr our elude life thew
at the request of President
nthe airePtnorte will linger forever
DRIVING to Los Angeles about those enforced in Germany. Non- Stone, Mickey Rooney, Fay 1[01 where the Jewish Theological
Roosevelt. Dean brings a lot of
A4 et. treamte the Image of
Dee. 27. Can accommodate two Jews are forbidden to have any den, Ann ,Rutherford, Sara Ha Seminary will be its custodian.
new character impressions with
passengers to share expenses. business dealings with Jews. den and Cecilia Parker back a The Danzig Gemeinde stipulated,
him, among them Jimmy Stew-
I lis loving children, Rita, Sam
H ubbard
with an optimism all the more
Information reaching here via their usual posts.
art and Connie Bennett,
Lew Jerry and Don.
poignant because of its present
Brussels reported cruel excesses
America's newest dance team,
FOR RENT - Newly furnished by Nazis against Jews in Lodz,
,
PALMS-STATE
-
In
"Dead
hopelessness, that should a Jew-
room in single home for one.
Renee and Root, come directly
' n loving memory of our dear
where thousands were subjected End Kids on Dress Parade" War ish community be re-established
they,
harry
M.
Keys,
who
Garage.
Good
transportation.
from the Empire Room of the bro
toviolence
and
terrorism,
de-
air's
problem
children
go
to
a
in Danzig within the next two
812
Palmer House in Chicago to ini- n f"'as
month. 2312 Sturtevant.
a „, ed away one year ago, Dec.
scribed by the German anti-Nazi military school in the "kids" new. decades, the museum is to be re-
Townsend 5-4452.
tlate Detroiters Into the mvs- ". 1938.
Freedom Station as "calculated to melodrama, concerned largely turned." The priceless antiqui-
teries of their new dance, "The
darling 1.t,lier, ilart). altue tea FOR RENT - Well furnished destroy physically the greatest with the transformation of a lad ties ate now in this country and
Samba," which they guarantee • hot. [waved nosy.
who entered with a chip on his will be on display at the Semin-
rt
room for a gentleman, in home number of Jews in the shortest
you will all be doing in no time. 11 DI,011 Wm not a )ear •go but only
.
of small family. Good transpor- Possible time." The Freedom Sta- shoulder and stayed to top his ary within a short time.
Carl and Leone Bonner, long- „.„ e n yeaterday
W. ,in
your loving name. our
teflon. Reasonable. 9500 Savery tion broadcast • warning to Ger- class scholastically.
time favorites of Detroit, will
.). with teare are eel
Ave. between Chicago and Ed- mane in the Reich that "future
dear how we lour('
sing, and Mary Jane Brown oh. !tarry "
cm and
' ,
icon , one block east of Dexter. generations of Germans would be WRESTLING AT ARENA GAR.
makes her Detroit debut with Tb . love rennet forget
The anti-Nazi front in Holly-
held moral!
res
DENS MONDAY EVENING
yresponsible
for the
Lord took ton front O. it 1k II. Mil
Schwartz.
impressions of the dance stars of
h oly aid
Next Monday evening the wood is in full swing. Al Rosen
inhuman treatment of the Jews"
has
completed "The Mad Dog of
stage and screen. Portia Thomp- And left in our heart• • iivancy which FOR RENT - Nice comfortable and that "world condemnation "Battle of the Bulls," Curry and
no one else ran fill.
Europe," a pictorial history of
son's Royalettes have new rou-
furnished room In home of would extract its eventual toll Montana, erstwhile wrestlers, will Germany since 1914. The
we are • heap. thinking of you my dear,
tines, and Danny Demetry and
DM or
u he•rt• are wad with pain,
small family. Good transporta• from Germany which would pay be transferred from the mat of the picture, in book form, story
will
"win wo uld be heaven. could we but
his boys continue on the band
tion. Reasonable. 3338 Elm- heavily for the sins of guilty lead- game to the boxing ring. These
be distributed at the same time.
hear your vole. min.
stand.
two belligerent bad boys of the
ers."
hurst Ave. Townsend 6-2181.
Lee Katz and Vincent Sherman
mat will don boxing gloves for have done a follow-up story to
Dr. Then Reported Shot
Sadly missed by us all.
FOR RENT-Large, airy room
Information was received by a six round encounter that is
Soon to reach your ears is a
Your sister,
for one or two ladies or em- the Federation of Jewish Relief featured in a six-match Christmas "Confessions of a Nazi Spy." it
new song entitled "I Dance
ZELDA S. LEVINE.
ployed couple. 3741 Coiling- Organizations here confirming re- night card in the Arena Gardens. is the story of a kindly German-
Alone" and authored by a new-
Ameritan who becomes the inno-
wood Ave., near Dexter, Apt. ports of the death of Sigmund
comer to Tin-Pan Alley, one Iler•
cent victim of the Band. Alan
303.
The plum of directing the new
bert Baker ... He's the son of
Sonenthal, former Warsaw Jewish
Hale,
who portrayed the villain in
M ax Reinhardt, who successful.
hanker who fled to Lithuania after play by Clare Boothe (she's the such pictures as "The Beast of
Belle Baker, and a student at
author of "The Women") goes Berlin," during the last war, will
Nazi occupation of Warsaw.
Yale... Belle is one of the pub- ly onducted an Academy of Act-
fishers of the song, her partner in lag in Hollywood last season, is Maurice Samuel is very busy The Czech press service here re- to Dr. Otto Preminger, formerly Play the lead . Lyn Lys, a
Promi-
the enterprise being Benny Good- bein g urged to open ouch a school right now translating a book by ported the brutal murder by the of Vienna, where he was associ- nent actress in Germany before
wan. in Ne w York. Erika Mann, daughter of Thomas. Gestapo in Prague of Dr. Zidenek ated with Max Reinhardt.
Hitler, will have the feminine lead.

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'ep Harry flour
■ as 4.11,„.p.tino
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- morning - services for
Christmas day, Dec. 25. Sabbath
one of the officials to proclaim
Harry
Baur,
who
has
the
f
ea-
to
the
congregation
h' lure role, is supported by Mar- articles had been that certain
stolen or lost,
e cello Chantal, Pierre
and that any worshipper
who
I- Willm, Jan llolt and the Richard-
lovely knew anything of.,the
property
S d new French star, Canine Nelson. must give instant information
to
"Rasputin" is a biography of the authorities. Lost articles were
the man rather than a broad
publicly
cried
in the synagogue
g picture of the period. This is a and a threat of excommunication
- picture of a man who has never hung over all who withheld in-
, been fully analyzed, and while formation. Likewise it was an
-1 he remains an enigma, his mir- ancient
in some places
., acres, his rise to power, the exile for the custom
Shamash to announce
- and attempted assassinations over every Saturday
the results of
, which he triumphed, his
law suits, and to inform the con-
to to power and finally his return
grisly
gregation
that
certain
properties
- murder and his prophecy is pre- were in the market. Thus,
as one
- sented
in an unforgettable and writer points out, "The Jews did
- poignant drama, that places "Ras- not exclude their every-day life
- putin" among the year's beet from the sphere of religion, and
1 films.
felt rather that
business
-
was alld by their
i tsassociation
assocon
, "Yankel Fun .Galitzie" at with
h theowe synagogue
than
I Littman's Friday, Sunday the synagogue was degraded that
by
' and Monday; Plan New the intrusion of worldly con-
Year Eve Special Per- terns."
mance
. "Yankel Fun Galitzie," a new Not very popular among the
r play by William Siegel, is the leading ladies of acreenland is
I current production at Littman's Ingrid Bergman, David Selznick's
. Yiddish People's Theater, 12th latest discovery . . . She just
. and Seward. Beginning with a passed special technicolor tests
. performance on Friday evening, with flying colors-which is
. the play will also be staged on something that few of the fem-
. Sunday matinee and evening and inine stars can do.
, Monday evening.
Reservations are now being
the rumor that the "Eth-
taken at the theater for the spe- el Scotch
Vance" who wrote the best-
f
New Year's Eve midnight seller
"Escape" is our own Vicki
show.,

Baum ... When the story reached
For Jan. 9, plans are being
her Miss Baum regretfully shook
g made for a testimonial perform-
her
and sighed: "I didn't
ance in honor of Nellie Kessman. write head
it, but I wish I had."

IN MEMORIAM

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can Jewry's altruistic
endeavors will celebrate
the advent of his fifteenth
year in practical philan-
1 thropy simultaneously
with the 40th cmniversary
of his favorite charity, The
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