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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - September 13, 1935, Indianapolis, IndianaInteresting facts of interesting jews by Leonard Rothschild Phil Baker will occupy the sunday night radio spot that would have been will Rogers. The first program will be heard on september 29. When the news of Rogers tragic death with Wiley Post had died Down leading entertainers were considered for the program including Joe Penner Harry Lauder Eddie Cantor after january and Olsen and Shutta. Baker won without an audition. Gertrude Niesen popular Singer opened at the Chez Paree in Chicago yesterday. She a starring in the floor show. Ben Bernie and his lads also opened there this week. Singin Sam has a clause in his contract which enables him to broadcast from Cincinnati and live on his Indiana farm. Mrs. Chester Teller it sister of or. Magnes head of the hebrew University lives in new York in the fall Winter and Spring. In the summer she resides at a girls Camp in Maine owned and operated by her husband. Sid silvers who makes his film debut in a Broadway Melody of 1936�?�, is ambidextrous a can write or throw with either hand. Sally Eilers bought out the entire show window display of an exclusive gown shop in los Angeles recently. Johnnie Walker a Star of the silent picture Days will produce a feature in yiddish soon a jewish King learn. When George bums and Gracie were on their Way East they heard a Rumor that their sponsor was going to leave the air. A nonsense a said George. A if it were True id know about it a but when they reached new York he discovered that not Only was it True but that he was All signed up with a Brand new sponsor and miss even one week of broadcasting the Best part of it is that their manager got them a Nice increase in the pay Check. Groucho and Chico Marx May return to radio for an automobile firm soon. Joseph feldmans activity against War fascism and racial discrimination was Given As the reason for his being asked not to return to the University of Michigan this fall by president Alexander g. Ruthven of the institution. Feldman and three others who took an Active part in the peace Day demonstration on the Campus last Spring to which president Ruthven objected received letters from the Michigan prexy asking them not to re enter for their Junior year. Teddy a a blubber Bergman the Lon Chaney of the air began a new radio series last night. Of High holidays this year Roth Tashona will begin at Sundown on Friday september 27, and will end at Sun Down on sunday september 29. Yom Nippur will be ushered in at the Kol Nidre service on sunday evening october 6 and will end at Sundown monday october 7. Succoth will begin on Friday evening october 11.noted speakers in forum series variety of topics listed for jewish centers tenth annual season. Six widely known persons discussing a variety of topics Are listed on the program of the tenth annual season of the Indianapolis jewish Community Center association open forum. Lectures will be held in the auditorium of Kirshbaum Center Meridian Street at Twenty third Street sundays at 8 15 p. M. The present season will Mark completion of a decade in the history of the forum. The Indianapolis jewish Community Center association started the first series october 24, 1926. Speaker answers questions a feature of All the lectures is the period at the end of each talk when cards Are passed to the members of the audience who Are permitted to write questions they wish answered by the speaker. Members of the open forum committee Are or. Louis h. Segar chairman l. L. Goodman ticket sales chairman Joseph m. Bloch Daniel Frisch Mortimer fur Scott or. J. A. Goodman mrs. Jack Harding Tevie Jacobs mrs. I. G. Kahn j. L. Mueller Leonard a. Strauss miss Frieda Newman s. J. Sternberger president and Allan Bloom general Secretary of the jewish Community Center association. Disclosures made As chairman of the Senate munitions investigations committee will form the Jasis for the lecture october 13 by senator Gerald p. Nye of North Dakota chairman of the Senate munitions investigation committee. His subject will be a the munitions in 1925 governor Sorlie appointed him to the United states Senate. He got his Start As Senate investigator when he was made chairman of the Senate Public lands committee that was investigating the Continental trading company a relation to the Teapot dome Oil scandal. Several years later he was investigator of the investigation of Senate Campaign expenditures. Or. George e. Vincent teacher and author and former head of the Rockefeller foundation and the University of Minnesota will be the second speaker. His talk a the scientific spirit of education a will be Given november 10. Or. Vincent is the son of the famous John Heyl Vincent who with Louis a Miller father of mrs. Thomas a. Edison founded Chautauqua institution Chautauqua n. Y. For several years or. Vincent was president of this organization and since 1915, has been its honorary president. A Europe a the shifting social scene a will be the title of the third lecture to be Given december 1 by sir Willmott Lewis Washington correspondent of the London times. Opening speaker during the first season and third speaker during the second season of the forum or. Solomon b. Freehof rabbi of Roofei Sholom Temple in Pittsburgh will re turn in response to Many requests january 19. His topic will be a three jews who changed the modern lecture on boosters. Or. Houston Peterson will speak february 16, discussing a american or. Peterson is lecturer in philosophy at Columbia University and is author of two books a Havelock Ellis philosopher of love and a Huxley Prophet of he is a descendant of the youngest sister of Sam Houston Texas Patriot. Prince Hubertus Loewenstein whose fight against the nazi regime has earned him the title a a Hitler a Public enemy no. 1,�?� will close the forum series March 15, talking on a the coming German blessed event or. And mrs. Ben Siegel became the proud parents of a baby girl born wednesday in methodist Hospital. Indiana a leading weekly jewish newspaper the Only jewish newspaper in the state of Indiana edited and printed entirely by jews. A jewish publication the jewish Post for the jewish people nazis protest Brodsky Case Hull considers judges decision in Bremer riot affair. Washington d. C. Sta Secretary of state Cordell Hull this week had under consideration the formal protest of German ambassador Hans Luther against five defendants in the Bremen riot. Acting under instructions of his government in Berlin ambassador Luther called on or. Hull and made his protest orally but nevertheless officially. The Secretary of state promised to investigate and said he was wiring governor Lehman of new York to ascertain the True facts of the incident. Editorial resentment Berlin Sta a the ruling of magistrate Brodsky in new York in the Case of five accused of inciting a riot on the Bremen this week aroused a storm of editorial resentment in the nazi press and statements of indignation by High officials. At the ministry of propaganda it was confirmed that the German government had instructed ambassador Hans Luther in Washington to file a formal protest. Joseph Goebbels paper Der an Griff characterized the decision As a a astounding and intimated that the Bremen incident was prearranged to disturb relations Between Germany and the United states. The principal nazi Organ Voel Kischer Beo Zachter linked the Brodsky decision to the recent ruling of mayor Laguardia of new York denying a License to a German masseur and termed both incidents jewish actions to harm relations with Germany perhaps the Only newspaper that seemed to understand the Washington government could not control local officials was the Frankfurter Zeitung which nevertheless said in an editorial that the american people owe the German people an answer. Or. Hans Frank president of the Reich Academy of Law attacked judge Brodsky As part of a jewish a a menace. He regarded it As a most deplorable and also a most dangerous precedent when a jew in so highly cultured a nation As the United states is permitted to debase the Robe of judge to the extent of venting undying hatred of his race on this nationally resurgent governor Lehman orders Brodsky investigation Albany n. Y. Sta a governor Lehman tuesday ordered chief magistrate Jacob Gould Sherman of new York City to investigate the German governments complaint that magistrate Louis b. Brodsky had insulted the Reich in remarks he had made about the nazi regime in freeing five defendants in connection with the Bremen riot. He said the investigation was being undertaken at the request of Secretary of state Cordell Hull and that he would simply assemble the facts and Forward them to Washington. In writing to judge Schurman governor Lehman enclosed a copy of Secretary hulls request which read a Cdr. Hans Luther the German ambassador came to the department this morning sept. 7 to protest against the expression contained in a statement reported to have been Nade by judge Brodsky of new York City at the time of passing judgment on the persons arrested in connection with the demonstration which took place on Board the s. S. Bre Man on july 26 last. The Amassa do protested particularly against judge Brodsky a reported derogatory expressions with regard to the German Flag. A i am enclosing a clipping of judge Brodsky a remarks in court As reported in the press and i would be very grateful to you if you would be Good enough to have the official facts in this connection assembled and forwarded to me at your earliest vol. Ill no. Xxiii Huey Long was Friend of the jewish people Baton Rouge states senator Huey p. Long who died Here Early this week from a by let wound inflicted by an Assassin sunday night was known to be a Friend of the jewish people. In a statement to Leonard Rothschild editor of the jewish Post Indianapolis late last year the senior senator of Louisiana said Many of his personal friends were of the jewish Faith. The noted Kingfish also stated that he thought the religious question has no place in business or politics and that he was greatly opposed to anti religious acts of any Council the Indianapolis Section National Council of jewish juniors opened their 18th year with Tea and style show in Honor of the new and prospective members of the group for the coming season. The affair was held at the Home of miss Dora Wolf last sunday. Mrs. Andrew Jackson rendered musical selections and miss Jean Goldsmith gave readings. A Bingo party will be Given by the Council of jewish juniors on october 9. Complete details will be announced in the jewish Post later. New officers of the organization Are miss Sophie Rosenthal president Adeline Rice first vice president fan Katz second vice president Mary Lapinska recording Secretary Florence Slutzky corresponding Secretary Mary Efroymson financial Secretary and Ruth Greenperg treasurer. The directors Are Dvera Cohen Lucia wild Adelaide Cohn Dorothy Goldsmith Leah Cassell Helen Kahn Dorothy Krisch mignon Rosenfield and Sarah Tuchman. The ninth biennial convention of the National Council of jewish juniors will be held in Washington . On october 20 to 24. Sophie Rosenthal and Adelaide Cohn will represent the local Section. Alternates will be Lucia wild and Jean Levin Heads jewish youth conclave plans for the second annual state wide Indiana jewish youth conclave were formulated at a meeting of executive committee members last thursday night at the Home of or. Sidney Weinstein. Milton j. Feinberg president of the group announced that Alex Lexin of Indianapolis had been appointed Genera chairman for the conclave. Levin announced the names of tentative committee chairmen but asked that these be withheld from a Publica tion until they had been determined definitely. The executive group voted to hold the convention this year Here in Indianapolis on saturday and sunday november 2 and 3. It was also revealed that speakers of nation wide distinction will be obtained to talk at business meetings during the conclave. Feinberg who was elected president at the initial conclave which was held at Bloomington on february 24 and 25, 1934, stated that an Effort is being made to gain the support of every jewish social and fraternal group of Indianapolis for this years conclave. A i would like it to be clearly understood that our program is by no Means strictly confined to students but is for the combined interests of Indiana a jewish youth a Feinbero asserted. Although nothing definite has been outlined for the program Feinberg and Levin have indicated that a dance will be held on saturday night november 2, and a Mammoth banquet sunday night which will conclude the week ends festivities. Of the jewish Post u on Sale every Friday at Greenbergh a news stand Northeast Corner Illinois and Market streets and at the Lyric news shop�?3c per copy. Indianapolis Indiana Friday Elul 15, 5695 september 13, 1935 single copy 3 cents $ 1.00 the year mexican jews in Happy status noted editor says in interview new York Sta a with the anti semitic movement waning and the administration Liberal the lot of Mexico a 20, too jews is a Happy one declared m. Rosenberg editor of Der Weg Only mexican yiddish newspaper in an interview with the jewish telegraphic Agency on sailing from new York to attend the world polish jewish conference in London. What anti semitism exists in Mexico Rosenberg said is earned on by the super patriotic Golden shirt organization headed by former president Rodriguez. The Golden shirts he said stage occasional anti semitic meetings. The jewish population is not greatly alarmed the editor said principally because it places great store in the Promise of be pral Lazaro Gar Denas present president of Mexico that anti semitism will not be permitted to reach serious proportions. While the jews in Mexico have acclimated themselves to the life of the country and have no particular economic difficulties or. Rosenberg said immigration barriers Are High and it is difficult for mexican inhabitants to bring in their immediate relatives. However a new immigration Bill is expected shortly he said which May set up entry quotas similar to the United states regulations and which is expected to liberalize immigration somewhat. Describing the life of the jews in Mexico the editor said there Are two jewish Banks and about Twenty other National professional and financial organizations. Jewish cultural life he said is unhampered and there is Little Trace of assimilation. Recently the Cornerstone of a new jewish High school recognized by the government was Laid in Mexico City he said. The language of instruction is Spanish but among the subjects taught Are yiddish and hebrew. The building the editor said will be the gift of three mexican jews Maier Katz h. S. Barru and Sam Rosen. In addition hebrew courses Are offered at the University of Mexico by m. Berger Rosenberg said. The courses attract a Large number of students including catholics. There is a permanent yiddish theatre troupe in Mexico he said and there Are about ten yiddish writers. To address club by Nai by Rith to hold meeting Lodge representatives to hold state sessions in fort Wayne. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish pictured above will address the year first meeting of the Beth Al Zedeck men s club in the vestry rooms of the Temple thirty fourth and Ruckle streets wednesday evening. Rabbi Tarshish a prominent radio speaker has appeared in this City on Many previous occasions and each time a capacity audience listened to his address. He is a forceful speaker understandable and interesting. He has been heard Over leading broadcasting stations for the past five years and has built up a radio audience of several millions. His radio talks have concerned economics religion and International brotherhood. The subject for his address Here wednesday night will be a How can jews combat present Day this meeting will be open to members of the men s club and guests. It will be the first inaugural meeting where ladies have been invited. Members desiring additional guest cards can obtain them by communicating with the Secretary Ezra Weiss at Riley 9989. Miss Eugenia Magidson will offer several vocal selections. 0 Jacob Hammerschlag funeral services for Jacob Hammerschlag age seventy six 850 North Pennsylvania Street were conducted monday at the Aaron and Ruben funeral Home by rabbi Morris m. Feuerlicht and Marion Lodge f. And a. M. Burial was in the Indianapolis hebrew congregation cemetery. Or. Hammerschlag died Friday in st. Vincent a Hospital after a Short illness. A native of new York he came to Indianapolis thirty nine years ago. He was a member of the Indianapolis hebrew congregation Marion Lodge and the by Nai by Rith. Surviving Are the widow and three sons Abe and Emanuel Hammerschlag of Indian special to the jewish Post fort Wayne from seventeen by Nai by Rith lodges of Indiana and Kentucky will attend the fifteenth annual Conven ton of the Indiana state association to be held Here sunday september 22. This meeting will open with the registration of delegates and visitors at 9 00 a. M. At the chamber of Commerce building. At 10 30 the convention will be called to order by president z. Dekelboum South Bend. Addresses of Welcome will follow. The morning session will be taken up by committee reports and the appointments of convention committees. The afternoon session will be devoted to a round table discussion convention committee reports the presidents message and a memorial a service for departed Brethren since the last convention. The memorial services will be conducted by rabbi Milton Greenwald Evansville elec it tion of officers the selection of the next convention City and the installation of new officers will bring the afternoon session to a close. To have banquet the usual banquet in the evening will also be held at the chamber of Commerce building and the address of the Day will be Given by Richard Gutstadt National director. The ladies will be entertained by the fort Wayne ladies committee and an interesting program has been arranged. Reservations for the banquet must be made direct to Manny King 827 Calhoun st., fort Wayne the Cost will be $1.25 per person and Check must be enclosed with request. The officers of the state association for 1935 Are As follows z. Dekelboum it South Bend president Samuel j. Mantel Indianapolis first vice president Samuel p. Moise Gary second vice president Harry Goldberg Anderson third vice president Andrew Fried Lafayette Secretary treasurer Abe Sklar Michigan City state Deputy and Sidney j. Sternberger Indianapolis state Deputy. Apolis and sol Hammerschlag Cincinnati. Of mrs. Sol Newbauer has returned to Indianapolis after a three weeks trip to new York Washington . And Philadelphia

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