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May 30, 1941 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle and the Legal Chronicle, 1941-05-30

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" I Cotter
A merico, lewish Pendia:

By GADABOUT

Meyer Weisgal has resigned
his post as the director of the
Ant-Nazi League to take the
helm of Dorothy Thompson's
Ring of Freedom movement based
on "Ten Articles of Faith"
which seek to restate the mean-
ing of democracy, freedom and
internationalism in terms of pres-
ent needs. This movement was
launched at the recent dinner
tendered Miss Thompson when
she offered a duplicate of a ring
she was wearing to those present
who believed in these Ten Arti-
cles of Faith with the condition
that every recipient must find
two others to whom to present
it.

9

DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE and the Legal Chronicle

May 30, 1941

Ring of Freedom

CLIFTON AVENUE • CINCINNATI 20, OHIO

Demery Announces
Quota of $12,500 Set for Joint
Appeal for Lithuanian Yeshivoth "Correction" Was
Made by Free Press
Scholars Visit Here in the Interests of

Three Emimnent

2,500 Students

Representatives of local syna-
gogues and communal organiza-
tions meeting last Tuesday eve-
ning at a reception for Rabbi
Aaron Kotler, renowned Dean of
the Kletzker Yeshiva, issued an
appeal for funds to relieve the
suffering of more than 2,500 stu-

of the required formalities. Sev-
eral hundred Talmudic scholars
have recently been enabled to
come to Palestine through the
efforts of Chief Rabbi Dr. Isaac
Herzog.
A report presented Tuesday by
the Detroit Committee for the
Vaad Hahatzalah showed that a
total of close to $13,000 was
raised in the city for that pur-
pose (luring the drive held here
in the last week of January and
the early part of February. In
addition, sonic. 50 local relatives
of refugee students and rabb's
in Lithuania, were contacted and

William Demery, president of
Demery & Co., local department
store, has asked The Detroit Jew-
ish Chronicle to state that the
correction to its advertisement,
which contained the phrase "Gen-

tiles only," was published by the
Detroit Free Press and was not
a "paid advertisement" by the
Demery & Co.
Mr. Demery also states that
Demery & Co. has "several peo-
ple of the Jewish race" in its
organization and that its em-
ployees are selected without dis-
crimination, the store being "in-
terested only in an individual's
ability."

For better health send
your child to Mehia
Kindergarten and
Nursery . . .

Ages 3 to 6

CALL TYLER 5-8038

CONFIRMATION

(Continued from Page One)

CAMP OPEN FOR INSPECTION AL ALL TIMES

Feldman, Shirley Fenberg, Janice
Take U.S. 112 thru Ypsilanti, Saline, Clinton: turn right 500
Marilyn Fisher, Bette Frank,
feet after entrance to Hays State Park.
Floraine Lou Frank, Joyce Har-
riett Friebert.
Richard Carl Gach, Robert
Harold Golden, Lois Betty Gol-
RABBI AARON KOTLER
denberg, Beverly Goldfine, Shir-
ley Louise Goldman, Stuart Alan dents in the historic academies of
Graff, Rosalind Leah Green. Au- higher Jewish Learning at pre-
drey Joyce Hartman, Donald J. sent functioning in Lithuania.
KOSHER
Hartman, Jane Hartman, Solveig .
Under the Soviet laws govern-
Restaurant
and Dining Room
Mary Heinman, William Heine, ing the internal life of Lithua-
uNExtturzo FOOD
Myriel Hirsch, Marilyn Patricia nia, young people of 18 years
— Opro 24 Douro
Air (undid
Howard. Bernard Kimmel, Ed- and above are not interfered
Frimio Dining Room for Part i es
ward Alden Klein, Mary Lucille within their pursuit of religious
12017 DEXTER BLVD.
Kleinman. Stuart Korner, Milton studies.
NOrthlawn 9786
Phillip Krawitz, Robert Milton
The sum of $12,500 has been
Kuttnauer, Barbara Jean Lands- set as the quota for the drive
berg. Anita Janice Lasky, David which will be conducted under
Learner, Robert Levy, Donald the auspices of the Vaad Ha-
Levy, Jimmie Lipton, Richard Yeshivoth (Michigan Committee
DR. ISAAC LEVINE
MADE
Longfelder.
for the Support of Yeshivoth and brought in touch with the men
TO
Marilyn Fradel Mattus, John Religious-Charitable Institutions)
Louis Mayer, Martin Siegel May- and directed by a distinguished in need of their assistance. This
ORDER
er, Elaine Joy Messenger. Janet delegation consisting of Rabbi work is still continuing and ef-
Betty Michel. Jerome Sherwin Kotler, Rabbi Jacob Meyer Porn_ forts are being made through
The Best Materials Used
Michelson, Helen Suzanne Myers, erantz of Brok, Poland, and Dr. the Detroit and national commit-
tees to aid in the emigration of
Pauline Nathan, Sylvia Jayne
as many others as possible. It
Newman Ronald S. Osnos, Mar-
WORK GUARANTEED, FREE ESTIMATES
was pointed out however, that
vin Perlis, Sanford Lee Perlman,
citizens of Lithuania are meeting
Bruce Warren Polozker, James
with great difficulties in securing
Lee Popkin, Delphine Frances
permission to leave that country.
Prussian, Lloyd Raskin, Barbara
Roe, Sheldon Sydney Rose, .Joan
TYLER 6-4100
8840 LINWOOD
Ethel Rothman, Clarke Ruben-
L.
A.
S.
Auxiliary
stein, Marilyn Lee S•ndorf, Nor-
man Robert Schakne, Charlotte
Carnival June 8
Schlain, Robert Edgar Schwartz.
Henry Edward Selker, Raphael
The Detroit Auxiliary of the
August Shapero, Dorienne Sher-
Los Angeles Sanatorium an-
FOR YOUR SUMMER VACATION
man. Allan Ellis Shirr, Adolph
nounces that all is in readiness
to receive the thousands of pat-
Tra ub Silverstein, Robert William
Located on U. S. 31—One Mile North of South Haven, Michigan
Smil ay, Lillian Sobel, Roslyn
rons at the picnic and carnival,
THE SLEEPY HOLLOW
Phyllis Tauber. Donald Lloyd
at Belvedere Park, on Utica Road
COTTAGES arc located
Thal, Lois Waemer, Barbara
west of Schoenherr Road, on
on the shore of Lake
Joyce Weinberg, Sheldon Weiner,
Sunday, June 8.
Michigan, on a 30 acre
Gilbert Weitz, Jacquelyn Weitz-
Transportation has been pro-
park and 1000 feet of
man, Donald We•be, Melvin
vided for those who have no
Private Bathing Beach.
cars. D. S. R. busses will leave
Wein m P 11 Joan Wilk, Mary Eliza-
These cottages are newly
Wilkus,
Esther
Zeitak.
Jericho
Temple.,
2705
Joy
oRad,
h
bet
built—sizes range from
rinsing Friday Eve Services
at 11 a. m. and at 1:30 p. m.
one, two, three, four to
On Friday evening. May 80,
They will pick up passengers at
five rooms with sleeping
the closing Sabbath Eve Service
12th and Taylor and at Oakland
porches. All are of the
of the season will he held at
and Westminster. The round trip
latest modern construction
RABBI J. M. POMERANTZ
Temple Beth El. Dr. Leo M.
fare will be nominal. The best
with private baths, show-
Franklin will preach the sermon Isaac Levine, former member of and shortest route to follow to
ers, electric kitchens, stain-
Park
follows:
this
occasion,
under
the
title,
e
Belvedede
on
the vity council of Lodz. The th
less steel sinks, automatic hot water heaters. Completely furnished
"If I Could Live My Life Again." three visitors have recently come Travel with Six Mile. or Mc-
in luxurious style, with the finest Simmons inner-spring bedroom
Music will be rendered by the to the United States, via Siberia Nichols Road, to Schoenherr
appointments. There's every household necessity including kitchen
Lithuania, Road, (one block north of Gra-
Temple Choir under the direc- and Japan, from
utensils, linens and dishes. Many other features too numerous to
tion of George Galvani, with Ja- through the efforts of the Emit'- tiot Ave.), then east on Schoen-
mention. Beautiful 18-hole golf course and Riding Academy nearby.
herr
Road,
to
Utica
Road,
or
15
War-Torn
son 'Nekton at the organ.
gency Committee for
The children will find a haven in a nicely equipped playground
Services this year have been Yeshivoth (Vaad Hahatzalah.) 1-2 Mile Road. then left on Utica
with swings, merry-go-round, slide, etc„ located in the middle of
Included in the united appeal Road, to the Park. There will be
particularly well attended by en-
the grounds within full view of the cottages, where mothers can
thusiastic congregations. All are are the following 14 Talmudical signs posted on Utica and on
enjoy watching them play.
invited to attend this closing schools which have always drawn Schoenherr Road to guide the
Daily, Weekly and Season Rates—WRITE
service on Friday evening.
their major support from Amen- public.
The price per ticket is 25
Sabbath morning services will can contributors and made an-
EDWARD GRAY
he conducted without interrup- nual solicitations through Mesh- cents and carries with it the
Phone Saginaw 1025
7601 Chappel Avenue. Chicago
r
ulochim:
Telshe
(approximately
privileges
of
dancing,
partaking
tion throughout the summer
Or, Sleepy Hollow Beach, South Haven, Mich.
months. This Sabbath they will 400 students), Slabodka (350), in all entertainments and amuse-
be held at the usual hour at 11 ponevez (134), Koller Kowno ments.
The Sanatorium and Ex-Pa-
Rameiles-Vilno
o"rlock, but beginning the f°1- (30
families),
lo week, the services which (50) ; Exiled from Poland: tients Home, as reported by
will be held throughout the sum- Kamenetz (now in Rasieni, 205), Harry Sodos, national director,
mer months in the Brown Mem- Kletsk (Dushat and Solok, 240). at the last meeting of the aux-
orial Chapel, will begin at 10 Radon (Utiyan. 180), Bialystok iliary, are crowded to capacity.
o'clock. (Birzai, 151), Baranowitz (Semi- There is a large waiting list. A
liskis, 155 and 8 families in Kol- new building is now in progress
An interne in a hospital took out an Ordi-
lel), Loniza (Plunge, 101) ; Vol- of constructon, in order to facili-
nary Life Preferred Risk policy for $25,000
Hias Cable, $30.000 to Lisbon ozin (55), Grodno (95), Slonim tate the tragic cases on this wait-
"Rescue Through Emigration"
( 57) —last three now at V ilno. ing list. There are now 13 De-
with the Great-West Life when he was 29.
Post
in addition there are other es- trait patients in the institutions.
Just a year later he died of tuberculosis
The "collaboration" between tablished and exiled academies, Switzerland, Surrounded By Axis
although there had been no history of this
Vichy and Nazi Germany as well such as the famous College
disease in his family. His brother was
Armies. Suopresses Anti-
as the mounting tension in Spain known as the Talmud Torah of
Jewish Paper
named beneficiary under an arrangement
and Portugal have necessitated Kelem and the Yeshivoth form-
the speeding up of the "Rescue erly located at Ostroh, Meze- ZURICH (WNS)—Tiny Swit-
to administer the policy proceeds to the
Through Emigration" services for ritch, Brisk, Pinsk, Lutzk. Ostrov- zmiand, which is surrounded on
best advantage of the family of the de-
the benefit of the great number Mazovetsk, the Kollel Beth Jo- all sides by the mechanized arm-
ceased.
of refugees awaiting their op- seph of Novogrodok and others. ies of the Axis powers, set an
example for the ret of the demo-
1,000 Already Rescued
portunity to leave for countries
At Tuesday's conference, it cratic world by suppressing the
overseas.
Responding to an urgent we... revealed that over 600 rab- violently pro-Nazi, anti-Semitic
Transatlantic telephone call from bis and students and their fami- weekly "Freiheits Blotter," pub-
1512 Union Guardian Building
the HIAS-ICA office in Lisbon, lies have migrated from Lithua- fished by pro-Nazi groups here.
Telephone — Randolph 0446
Portugal, the Hebrew Sheltering nia, with the help of the Vaad Declaring that the Nazi paper
and Immigrant Aid Society voted Hahatzalah. A large number are fomented pogrom propaganda
a special allocation of $30,000 to being admitted to the United which might lead to serious con-
cover the transportation costs of States, and arriving at the ports sequences. the Swiss Government
COMPA NY
diate
145.0 010/1C• • VV11414,60
ing to countries where such aid of San Francisco, California and announced the imme io suspen-
certain number of refugees go- Seattle, Wash., where many are sion of the publicatn. The de-
a is certain
not contrary to prevailing reg- w
still
at a obe
iting
for K and Yoko- cision was hailed by the entire
the completion Swiss press.
, Japan,
ulations. hama

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