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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - July 12, 1935, Indianapolis, IndianaIndiana Tead we weekly jewish newspaper the jewish Post Indianapolis Indiana Friday Tammuz 11, 5695 interesting facts of interesting jews i by let Eonard Rothschild Jack Pearl May return to the microphone next fall As the Baron again. His family name was Pearl Man in their vaudeville Days a few years ago Block and Sully averaged about $400 per week. Today they get nearly seven times that amount. Leo Reisman celebrated his fourteenth anniversary in radio Early this month. He led his first orchestra at the age of seventeen making his initial broadcast Over the new York station Wiz in 1921. Gertrude bergs House of Glass scripts Are using a summer report As a locale. Hardly a Day passes that miss Berg does not receive letters asking what the rates for a week Are at the House of Glass. Lou Holtz who agreed to buy jokes from radio fans for $25 if they were usable has already Laid out $400 in checks. Jacob Barnett taught hebrew at Oxford in 1614. A Ltd % a the Street Singer Arthur Tracy will soon begin an extended engagement in Europe. At present Tracy a wife is suing for divorce. A i Abe Lyman popular band Leader made the first Remote control broadcast in 1920, Over station kif. a amp the thu tall columnist on the air and Jack Benny a Pioneer in situation gags. A1 Goodman was first to bring the musical comedy orchestra to the microphone. The first electric automobile was built by Davidson in 1854. S. Klein new y Ork department store owner recently donated $5,000 for animals for the Brooklyn zoo brought to the United states from Germany but gave Only a few Hundred dollars for German jews sometime ago. The a French Ford a Andre Gustave citroen automobile magnate who died last week in France was a jew of dutch extraction. Sol Rosenblatt former Era movie co dist is now layering in new York. The Marx Brothers new epic will carry an almost All jewish Star cast with Walter Woolf King Kitty Cohen Carlisle and the three mar men in the top spots. Flash Washington Sta a Clifford Odets noted jewish playwright and sixteen other liberals who had gone to a Uba to in estimate conditions Wei arrested As they docked in Havana and imprisoned it was reported Here. They were to be de ported. One of those arrested Israel Wal Lach of new York protested that he was not a member of the Parry. Eat pork not for $1,000, says Shochet Mineola l. I., Sta a Abraham Lemer a local slaughtered of Kosher poultry stood aghast Here this week when he was confronted with a receipt bearing his signature for eight pounds of pork. A i eat pork for a thousand dollars a he asserted indignantly. Investigators probing a leak in the distribution of food by the Nassau county Federal Relief administration included that Lerner a name had been forged by somebody who made off with the pork. Plans completed for Beth Al picnic to be held Here sunday largest crowd in history expected to attend Outing in Columbia Park All Day sunday Click and Unger chairmen assisted by Able committees garnished with novel entertainment and featured by the innovation of numerous events the annual Beth Al Zedeck picnic extravaganza will get under Way at 10 a. M. Sunday in Columbia Park in a merry whirl of activity with excitement and anticipation reverberating throughout the crowd which is expected to he the greatest in the history of the gala occasion the main attraction of the Day the awarding of a new automobile will be held at a drawing at approximately 5 30 p. M. As co chairmen Aaron Unger and Aaron Goliek and committee members Laid final plans for the affair two additional features of the outings gaiety were announced. A baseball game Between the local Branch of the jewish War veterans and a selected squad representing the Temple will be held and a a Pat the Irish cop and Clown act will be Given. Jerry Witoff will Captain the a sex soldiers and Rudy Klapper will be in charge of the Beth Al nine. Second prize in the drawing will a radio awarded through the Courtesy of the Kempler radio compan prior to the drawing a Host of fear ures will keep the crowd in a festive mood. The baseball tilt will begin at 2.30 p. M. Free dancing Here is some news that should interest those intending to be present for the picnic hop. Dancing will be r Quot free with music Quot provided by a sentry s rhythm a men. The orchestras tuneful melodies Are Well known to local music lovers and the dance promises to bring an eventful Day to an appropriate conclusion. Tickets for the Mammoth drawing will be available All Dayi sunday at the Park and according to an announcement by the chairmen 12 additional prizes will be awarded before the presentation of the thirteenth number winning the car. It is requested of fit All stubs and tickets for the drawing be turned in at the Park and that settlement be made not later than 2 p. M. Sunday. Bingo lovers Are urged to come to the picnic prepared to take worthwhile prizes Home. Donors of this years prizes were exceptionally Good to Beth Al and Beautiful gifts await winners. Picnic committee members held their final meeting last monday night. The Complete program for the Day was discussed and the outline of plans reveals the greatest picnic amusement and entertainments tha have Ever been launched in Indianapolis. Directions to Park to reach Columbia Park drive out Madison Avenue to Southern Avenue 2600 turn left to East Street then a ight to Colum Iii Park. Contests for both adults and children will take place Between 4 and 5 p. M. The following committee members Are requested to be on the grounds at 7 30 a m., to Complete arrangements for the Day. Phil Grenwald Jerry Witoff Jack Klapper Max klezmer lit Shalansky Sam Dobrowitz Lester Engel Fred Schuchman Arch Landy Harry Epstein Louis Sakowitz Sidney Vvs Einstein Dan stauber j. A. Goodman Abe Goldberg Abe Barskin l. L. Goo mahi Freda Witoff or. Leon Berge. A. T. Cohen Dave Hollander fake Berkowitz Alex Salzman Art Krakowitz i. Krakowitz Dave Jerman Rudy Klapper Max Farb Dave Sablosky Louis g Idman Sam Rose Dave Rosenberg Joe Koor of for get Edwin mkt tiers ran r Marion Unger Bess perk 1-ay Dobrowitz Ida Yaver Witz Leo Talesnick Sam Horliman Max Selig Ruth Unger and mesdames Dave Dobrowitz it Jack Deutscher Dave Sable Gay Dave Herman Dan stauber Aaron Glick and Phil Grenwald. The above will supervise and assist in the conduction of the numerous events. Lots of free parking space will be available come and bring your family to Columbia Park sunday for. Beth Al Zedeckas greatest picnic for the jewish people the Only jewish newspaper in the state of Indiana edited and printed entirely by Jewa. July 12, 1935 single copy 3 cents $ 1.00 the year issues jewish girl gets jail sentence 4 Jerusalem Sta a for Teal pig a kiss from a jewish girl in a Public place Ismail Salim Hassan a Active Arab was sentenced to one month in prison. The jewish girl was Selling flags t a local Charity Bazaar. Hassan offered to buy one of the flags and he offer was accepted by the girl crho thought him jewish. When however Hassan kissed her the police were called and he was taken into custody. 0 a movie Palace to i replace yiddish theatre in London police responsible for riots refuse Protection is charge american group submits memorandum to polish embassy office in Washington d. C. Mrs. Justine Wise Tulin appointed to High Job London Sta a London s East and will lose another of its famous arks the yiddish theatre oldest when the wreckers month the work of Demol Ling the old Pavilion theatre in re end for the last fifty years the Ime of yiddish entertainment. A where the Pavilion stands today Lere will soon be erected a huge Cin House and the shadowy stars of Hollywood and Elstree will hold the Apt attention of audiences where it a a half Century the stars of the yiddish drama and musical comedy a Jive trod the boards. I the old architectural monstrosity Vith its Odd Tower and its drab Dinky draughty Interior the last per it Anent Home of the yiddish theatre Jln England will soon be replaced by modern glittering picture House on he american Model and Young a Hite Chapel jews will take their Iris to see Hollywood films where their fathers took their mothers to see the current offerings of yiddish a dramatists. The last yiddish production in the 4jm House was a a a Medulla oif Der Bubbet a grandmas Pride and Joy by Moses Wooderson and h. Rubin presented by a typical yiddish stage troupe visiting from Poland. It was to have a run of three weeks on the completion of which the wreckers were to take Over the theatre. So As an old actor takes his last Bow smiling the old Pavilion will take hers to laughter rather than the Quick tears which the yiddish theatre is so adept at providing. New York Sta a mrs. Justine Wise Tulin daughter of rabbi Stephen s. Wise was last monday sworn in As Justice of the Domestic relations court at ceremonies in City Hall. She is the first woman in the state to hold a judicial Post higher than magistrate. Mayor Laguardia who swore in mrs. Tulin lauded her for her work As assistant corporation counsel in charge of the workmen a compensation Bureau in the Law department. Quot you have rendered a very valuable service to the City of new York a the mayor said. A you have re established and rehabilitated the workmen a compensation department in saving hundreds of thousands of dollars tha formerly went to medical politicians. A you cleaned that out and did a Fine a i May not keep you in this court for very Long but for the present it needs your vision and your understanding. I know you la make mrs. Tulin who is thirty two years old thanked the mayor for the appointment. More than fifty jews injured in pogrom at Forstadt exiled doctors like soviet Russia Belgium honors jewess anti nazi head says Boycott succeeding by Daniel l. Schorr new York a there Are no longer any department stores in new York known to be Selling German goods mrs. M. Harris chairman of the women a division of the non sectarian anti nazi league declared in an interview this week. A dark eyed efficient looking woman a just approaching Middle age mrs. Harris talked with snap and vigor. She is the club woman executive Type evidencing her nervous Energy in Quick Sharp movements of her hands. If there a one thing mrs. Harris can to abide its the smugness of so Many women. She finds it hard to understand How they can be efficient about Hitler ism. To. Her the danger is real and immediate and she has spent More than two years trying to impress women jewish and non jewish with the idea that anti nazi Boycott must be pressed vigorously and relentlessly not Only out of humanitarian sympathy with the oppressed of Germany but to prevent Hitler ism from gaining a foothold Here. Under her direction committees of the women a division have visited department stores checked their books and examined their counters. They reported to mrs. Harris that no store could be found Selling German merchandise. What Little German goods remained from pre Hitler purchases the stores for the most part disposed of by sales to their employees at next to nothing prices mrs. Harris said. There ate committees of women All Over the country organized by mrs. Harris to keep vigilant watch Over neighbourhood retail stores. When one is found Selling German goods the owner is asked to observe the Boycott. If he refuses housewives of the neighbourhood Are asked by mail and at mass meetings not to patronize that store. No violence there is no picketing no violence. The Boycott against those who refuse to Boycott usually works. For the most part mrs. Harris revealed storekeepers throughout the City Are faithful eschewing purchases of German goods. There Are a few notable exceptions particularly among the five and ten cent chains Kress and Kresge stores still have German merchandise she said. Mrs. Harris believes that the Boycott stands or Falls with the housewife. It is the housewife who does eighty per cent of the buying and directs most of the remaining Twenty per cent. To strengthen the Boycott the women a division is launching a membership drive. Already there Are 1,200 women a organizations affiliated with the division. Now mrs. Harris is after individual women who Are not members of clubs and societies. It is now More than two years that mrs. Harris has been devoting her time to Boycott activities consulting with retailers and wholesalers writing lecturing and organizing but she promises not to let up until full Equality of rights is restored to jews in Germany. Brussels Sta a the belgian government this week conferred the order of the belgian Knighthood on mrs. A. Kun Savitzki. Mrs. Kun Savitzki who is the president of the jewish charitable women a organization in Begum was Given the award for her philanthropic work. Palestine to have first radio station Jerusalem Sta a the new Palestine radio broadcasting station the first permanent radio base in the near East will be dedicated and officially opened at the end of november it was announced last sunday. A temporary radio station had been set up in Tel Aviv last year for the Levant fair but it was dismantled soon after the fair closed. Defaces Label gets $750 Fine new York Sta a with a stinging rebuke to companies that deface labels of country of origin Oit imported goods judge William Bondy in United states Southern District court last week fined the Atlas hardware company $750.00 for destroying the a made in Germany Label on a Gas Pilot Light and substituting the Label a de judge Bondy in fining the company declared that he wished the person responsible Tor the act was in court so that he might jail him. The maximum Fine under the act Section 304-d of the Tariff Law of 1930, is $1,000. Louis Fisdel is president of the Atlas company. The Case was prosecuted by Edward shears on c complaint of the customs department. Moscow Sta a jewish doctors who left Germany and were permitted to enter soviet Russia with the assistance of the Argo joint the american committee to Settle jews in land in the soviet Union Are highly satisfied with their work in the soviet institutions and in the jewish colonies according to reports reaching the Argo joint this week. In a number of letters received by the Argo joint office Here from these doctors enthusiasm is expressed Over the reception which they were Given in the jewish colonies and the life there. One of the doctors a specialist on rheumatism refused to leave the jewish colonies in the st Lindorf on for a higher position in a soviet University declaring that he feels l Appy in the jewish settlement. The Argo joint has arranged spelt Lal quarters for the Vermar jewish doctors who Are living brought Over to soviet Russia on visas obtained for them through the committees offices. Each refugee is entitled to live in the special quarters for a period of two months during which time everything is provided for him until he is settled. So far however nut a single German jewish doctor has spent More than two or three weeks in these quarters because they All without exception have found employment immediately upon their arrival. Of funeral services held for Morris Maurer funeral services for Morris Maurer age 43, who died monday evening in the methodist Hospital after a Short illness were held tuesday afternoon. Burial was in Beth Al Zedeck cemetery. Or Maurer who came to Indianapolis More than Twenty five years ago was one of the first automobile parts dealers of the City. He was married Here Twenty one years ago. He was a member of the Beth Al Zedeck congregation president of the Zinath Haze deck society one of the founders of the United hebrew congregation and the local hebrew schools. He was also a member of the Indianapolis jewish Pedder said association and the Odd Fellows. Survivors Are the widow and seven children Jack Sarah Julius David Leatrice Sidney and Michael a brother and sister of this City mrs. Samuel buness and i. Marcus a sister in new York mrs. Max Windlin and the father and two Sisters in Europe. Washington Sta a charge that the police authorities in Grodno Poland Are to a great extent responsible for the recent anti jewish riots there Are made in a memorandum received Here by the polish embassy from the federation of polish jews n that a the jews in a number of polish cities Are still apprehensive and panic stricken because the hooligans responsible for the Grodno anti jewish riots have not yet been punished the federation inquires of the polish embassy ere Quot As to what further Steps the polish government has taken to prevent the recurrence of murderous attacks on the memorandum submitted is based upon information compiled in Grodno. It charges the Grodno police with deliberately not protecting the jewish population from the hooligans and also with helping to spread the anti semitic rumours which led to the riots. Easy to understand a this attitude on the part of the police authorities a the memorandum states a makes it easy to understand Why of the few Hundred participants in the Grodno pogrom Only some fifteen have been placed behind bars and Why the evidence cited even against these fifteen is of the the memorandum asserts that the plans for a the concerted pogrom action in Grodno had been worked out in Advance. It emphasizes that no members of the police Force were to be seen in the streets of Grodno when the anti jewish riots started. A the military whenever approached for help replied with old indifference that they could not do anything without orders a the memorandum relates. A when the president of the jewish Community asked the governor Over the Telephone to intervene the latter shouted angrily Ino the receiver a i shall not permit you to interfere in my describing in detail How the Savage mob raged for several hours beating up every jew it caught stabbing Many of them breaking windows with rocks and looting whatever they could Lay their hands on the memorandum emphasizes that a the authorities remained inactive until the municipal sanitation workers joined the ten men Job touching upon the anti jewish riots which followed the next evening in Forstadt near Grodno the memorandum declares that a detail of ten policemen would have been Suffie ent to Check the hooligans from invading Forstadt. This detail was however not assigned by the authorities. A the pogrom in Forstadt was even More terrible than in Grodno and lasted from ten of clock in the evening until two the next morning without any interference whatever on the part of the the memorandum says. The memorandum enumerates All jews who were wounded by the Hool Gans and estimates the number of seriously injured jews at More than fifty. Journalist Dies Warsaw Sta a Leon Leski Koprowski a Well known polish jew ish journalist died Here at the age of forty five. He had been for Many years on the editorial staff of the Nasz Prez glad a polish jewish daily in Warsaw. He was also political writer in the moment one of the largest yiddish daily newspapers in Poland. Of done to watch us grow help us grow. Send in your subscription now. D

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