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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - August 23, 1935, Indianapolis, IndianaA jewish the of wish Post for the publication 1 11 Elj j Ili to 1u11 1 Kyj x jewish people Indiana a leading weekly jewish newspaper the Only jewish newspaper in the state of Indiana edited and printed entirely by jews. Vol. Ill no. Xxx Indianapolis Indiana Friday a 24, 5695 August 23, 1935 single copy 3 cents $ 1.00 the year interesting facts of interesting jews by Leonard Rothschild Harry Richman Lew Brown and Harry Akst have been preparing the musical selections for a a Susanna on Joseph Schenkus yacht. Gertrude Niessen a favorite tango partner is Charles Lemaire. Buddy Baer fighting brother of the former Champion is scheduled to marry Shirley Solomon Chicago coed. Sam Levene who gave one of the ten Best performances of Broadways legitimate stage season make the dramatic society in High . S. Delegates recognized at zionist meet election charges dropped As Congress sessions open at Lucerne Henry Lipkin in new York City watches All cars. If he sees a traffic Law broken he takes the License number of the car and gives it to the police department. A twists Are planning to give him a yacht because of his service toward safety of pedestrians. Reuben Greenspan Young jewish scientist has decided not to make any More earthquake predictions until further notice. In the past his predictions have been almost 100% Correct As to time and place and his theory has aroused wide interest in scientific circles. Louis untermyer will have two new volumes of poetry Quot selected poems and parodies and a Rainbow in the sky published in the fall. Aldermani president Bernard s. Deutsch returning with his family from a cruise that took them into a the Arctic Circle during new Yorkus hottest spell arrived in Gotham on the French liner Champlain advocating direct government subsidies to business rather than Public works As a Means of ending unemployment. Binnie Barnes film actress is very much worried about her aunt these Days. Auntie lives in Ethiopia. Little Jackie Heller is planning to introduce his 17 year old sister Shirley to the radio audience this fall. A one year Edna Ferber writes a novel the next Short stories then a play and Back to a novel. Sybil Jason original name Jacobs and starred in a Little big shot promises to be the jewish Shirley Temple of the screen. The Marx Brothers will stage an exodus As soon As their picture is finished at . Chico goes to new York to Start his daughter Maxine in her musical and drama Sci education. Groucho also Heads for Broadway. Harp flies to Vermont where he owns part of an Island in the Lake District. Moishe Solomon founder of the elite athletic club in Brooklyn has the most elaborate collection of neckties in town. He Seldom wears the same tie twice. Jack Warner retains on a weekly salary a number of former big tim ers who Are now in hard Luck. They Are used occasionally for extra or bit work in the movies. Kenneth Mackennan a real name is Leo Mielziner or. His father was the late Leo Mielziner noted Painter. Elizabeth Bergner will return to Vienna this Winter to appear in a escape me Joe Penner has purchased a Home in Beverly Hills and his parents have left Detroit to join the Duck Salesman on the West coast. Lucerne Sta a charges that a the election of american delegates to the nineteenth zionist Congress had been improperly conducted were thrown out by the Congress court just before the sessions opened Here tuesday. The 57 american delegates were recognized but 600 Chicago votes were nullified As having been irregularly obtained. The charges had been made by the jewish state party a right Wing group and supported by Morris Margulies Secretary of the zionist organization of America and Max Schuhman president of the Chicago zionist organization. Meanwhile in an Effort to end factional strife within the zionist movement David Ben Gurion leading member of the zionist executive and Laberite representative sounded the Call for formation of a coalition executive. He proposed that each Large faction be Given two seats in the executive. The Mizrachi immediately indicated approval of the plan. A proposal to scrap the agreement bet wen zionists and non zionists whereby each shares equally in membership of the jewish Agency for Palestine was to be taken up at the Congress. Or. Nahum Goldman of Paris officially submitted the question for consideration just before the opening of deliberations. Opposition raised immediate opposition was raised by non zionists who declared they wish to preserve the present arrangements. A statement to that effect was issued by Morris Wadman Secretary of the american jewish com Mitte or. Maurice m. Karpf director of the jewish school for social research new York Neville Laski president of the British Board of jewish deputies and or. Werner senator of Jerusalem also slated for discussion was a proposal to end the a Transfer agreements whereby Palestine oranges Are exchanged for German machinery. A number of zionist leaders privately promised to support a Resolution to end the barter pact the jewish telegraphic Agency Learned. As last minute preparations for the Congress neared completion the world conference of the general zionist conference a pro labor faction opened with addresses by or. Seig Brodetsky or. Goldman and Kurt Blumenfeld. The general zionist world Union a pro revisionist also held a conference behind closed doors. At a reception to the 450 delegates to the Congress tendered by the Keren Haye Sod rabbi Stephen s. Wise of new York deplored american jewry a failure to contribute sufficiently towards Palestine funds. He assured the delegates More strenuous efforts would be put Forth in the United states in the future. League of nations High commissioner for refugees James g. Mcdonald is among those in Lucerne to observe the Congress. Weizmann May be president it was reported in Congress circles that or. Chaim Weizmann would consent to run for president of the world zionist organization on two conditions that he be permitted a free hand in choosing the executive and that the next Congress be held 1939, instead of 1937. A far reaching p an to change the organizational basis of zionist organizations in the various countries throughout the world and coordinate them into one uniform body was proposed by David Ben Gurion to the conference of the labor delegation to the Congress. 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And mrs. Stephen s. Wise of new York City with two settlers and or. A. Granowsky director of the land development department of the jewish nationa1 fund in Jerusalem. Kirjath Anavim is an agricultural settlement on inf land and is the first modern settlement in Hilly Judaea. The soil is so Rocky that it was necessary to blast holes to Plant Trees Here. During his trip in the holy land or. Wise has been feted by sir Arthur Wauchope Britain s High commissioner for or. Wise is Honor Ary chairman of the american committee for the $500,000 Palestine land redemption Campaign of the Israel to have picnic sunday arrangements have been completed for the annual picnic of the Knesset Israel congregation to be held in Columbia Park sunday. The congregation will be assisted by the Sigma a Pha Tau fraternity. The feature event at the Outing will be a baseball game Between a Northside team and a Southside group. David Bluestein will be Captain of the South siders and Sam Cohen in charge of the North siders. The program for the Day will include various games and contests and prizes will be awarded to the winners. A Beautiful console Gas Range will be Given to the Holder of the Lucky number and other prizes wifi be raffled. The entire Community is invited to attend the affair. There will be no admission charge. Columbia Park can be reached by driving out Madison Avenue to Southern Avenue 2600 then turn left to East Street then right to Columbia Park. Bus transportation is also available to the Park Vicinity. Buses May be obtained on Monument Circle and along Madison Avenue United hebrew Cong. To have Lawn social the United hebrew congregation Union Street and Madison Avenue will hold a delightful Lawn social on the grounds of the Schule on september 1, 2, and 3. The program wifi begin each evening at 6 of clock. It will include music and dancing games cards and various other forms of entertainment. Refreshments will be served. Abe Cohen will be chairman for the of fairer. Beran Wolfe killed in crash is organization consisting of All zionist groups and parties and with one single administration composed of representatives of All groups in the same proportions As these groups Are represented at the zionist Congress or in the world zionist executive. According to the plan All zionist groups and parties will be permitted to conduct their Independent activities As heretofore but no one group can consider itself the zionist organization in the country As is now the Case in the United states where the so called genera1 or Center zionists Call themselves the zionist organization of America. Much opposition the plan has met with stiff opposition from numerous Laberite delegates who Point out that the merging of All groups into one single administrative body would result in the gradual disappearance of group distinctions and group interests within the zionist organization. This the opponents of the plan consider to be detrimental to labors interests. With War Clouds Over Abyssinia and the arabs in Palestine agitated Over the Fate of their ethiopian Kinfolk the jewish state party dissident group that last year split from the revolutionist party a and decided to remain with the official zionist organization meeting Here urged that special reforms be undertaken by the Palestine government in the military system of the country. The jewish state party also demands abolition of the present a Cha Cash Aram system for training Pioneer workers for Palestine and that instead this be replaced by compulsory labor conscription for All youth in professor cleared of charges new Brunswick. N. J., Sta a a committee of Rutgers University trustees monday cleared or. Frederick j. Hauptmann head of the German department of the new Jersey state College for women of anti semitism in the dismissal of or. Leinhard Bergel German instructor at the College. In a 40,000 word report ending a three month investigation j. Edward Ashmead who headed the commit tee stated that charges that or. Hauptmann had been spreading nazi propaganda on the Campus of the women a College which is a subdivision of Rutgers were completely unfounded. But the committees report admitted that or. Hauptmann believes that Many of Germany a troubles were caused by the influx into Germany of the jews exiled from Poland after the War. In the Rise of Hitler he saw the possibility of moulding the German people into a United the report upheld the dismissal of Hauptmann a Hope in this regard is so Strong that he is disposed to Overlook and if possible to find some justification for the general policies of in spite of this the committee decided that or. Hauptmann is a personally not in the slightest degree anti semitic the report upheld the dismissal of or. Bergel As based on incompetence. Bergel had charged he was dismissed for his anti nazi views. Martigny Switzerland a or. Beran Wolfe new York psychiatrist was killed and his companion mrs. Marion Hilliard Blodgett was seriously injured when an automobile or. Wolfe was driving struck and killed a cyclist and crashed into a tree Here last week. Or. Wolfe died of a fractured Skull. Mrs. Blodgett a jaw was fractured. Or. Wolfe became widely known a year ago through his Book a a worn and a Best he immediately was signed for Magazine articles dealing with the popular aspects of his psychiatric work and had been writing steadily for red Book cosmopolitan Esquire and american Mercury. Previously he had written a How to be Happy though human in 1931 and a Calm your he did a number of books with the famous or. Alfred Adler and translated two of or. Irwin Wexberg a works. / called american Freud although Only 35, or. Wolfe was called by some the a american born in Vienna he came Here at the age of 2 and went West Writh his family. His father is or. Alexander s. Wolfe of st. Louis. He was graduated from Dartmouth studied Medicine at the Washington University school of Medicine in st. Louis and was a lieutenant in the medical corps of the Navy. He took Post graduate work in Vienna studying with Freud and Adler. What was not generally known about or. Wolfe was that he was an accomplished musician and an etcher and sculptor of note. He won first prize for the Best sculpture last year at the exhibition of physicians work at the Academy of Medicine. His wife who was in Europe with him survives. Miss Nannine Joseph or. Wolfe a literary agent said he had been treating mrs. Blodgett for some time and had prescribed the trip for her. Only recently miss Joseph explained she had heard from him that mrs. Blodgett a health was much improved and they were returning in in favor of Steps against Reich Indiana representative answers a a yes to questionnaire new York Sta a first results of a jewish telegraphic Agency mail poll of the sentiments of senators and representatives on the question of United states official action against Germany for her persecution of jews show the legislators 19 to 7 in favor of action the questionnaire sent out asked a Are you in favor of the United states taking official action against the German government in the matter of its persecution of jews a four replied in a non committal vein but assured the j. T. A. They personally were opposed to persecution. The seven who opposed action were unanimous in the belief that while persecution of any minority is deplorable u. S. Action might embroil this nation in unpleasantness. Representative g. M. Gillette of Iowa member of the House foreign affairs committee in his reply favouring action said the committee had a Given much discussion As Well As considerable thought to the problem of nazi persecution of those who have answered to Date Are As follows Jenckes for action for action rep. Arthur d. Healey mass. Rep. John d. Ding Ell Mich. Rep. Virginia e. Jenckes ind. Rep. Usher l. Burdick n. D. Rep. James m. Mead n. Y. Rep. Robert ramspeck a. Senator w. Warren Barbour n. Senator Walter s. George a. Senator Arthur capper kans. Senator a. Harry Moore n. A senator David i. Walsh mass. Rep. William m. Citron Conn. Rep. John j. Delaney n. Y. Rep James l. Quinn a. Rep. John m. Costello Cal. Rep. James a. Shanley Conn. Rep. G. M. Gillette Iowa. Rep. Albert j. Engel Mich. Against action senator Duncan u. Fletcher Fla. And the following representatives Henry c. Luckey neb. William Lemke n. D. Earl c. Michener Mich. Caroline of Day n. Y. Robert ramspeck a. And Abe Murdock jewish net tournament is called off because of the lateness of the season and the Lack of adequate facilities at this time of the summer the proposed Indiana state jewish Tennis tourney has been called off. However the meet which was to be sponsored and conducted by the jewish Post will be held next summer. It was planned to hold the tournament on City courts and the approval of h. W. Wally Middlesworth had already been obtained. However the City Tennis meet is slated to open next week and it would have conflicted with the jewish tourney. In a statement to the Post Middlesworth said that the jewish people of the state May be sure that the City courts will be at their disposal for the tourney next summer. Approximately 20 players already had filed entries at the office of the Post. Their names will be held and they will be entered in the tournament next summer which will take place in june or Lieberman injured in wreck miss Annette Lieberman daughter of or. And mrs. Benjamin Lieberman of 2937 Ruckle Street received a broken Collar Bone and other bruises in an automobile Accident last week. The Accident occurred As a group was returning from a visit at South Haven Michigan at a dangerous intersection 50 Miles from South Haven. Latest reports indicate that miss Lieberman is recovering from the injuries. She was taken to the methodist Hospital but later removed to her borne
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