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April 30, 1920 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1920-04-30

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1 Police Barbarity in Budapest.
I there. Then we return and lease int- POLISH ANTI-SEMITISM
i mediately for Warsaw. The Com-
SEEKS 3,000 AIDES TO ! nuitle of the Jewish Delegation at PARIS—Telegraphic news frottil BUDAPEST—The White Terror
Paris has promised its support and NVarsaw states that the I'olish Min- l shows no signs of slackening.
RAISE N. Y. C. QUOTA ' !aid.
Deputy Greenbaum of the Po-

octal and
• rsonal


A crowded auditorium witnessed one
of the most interesting and varied
Mr. and MN It. Barnett have programs ever presented by the Jew-
moved into their new home at 225 ish S1'oinan's Club, at the Federation
Club House, Saturday, April 24.
Delaware avenue.
Combining vaudeville, music, (lane
Mr. Irving Rosenstein has return- ilg, readings and magic. the program
one that .Will lung he remembered
ed from a three weeks' trip to Chi-
pleasantly by members of the club
cago, St. Louis and Kansas City.
and their friends.
A delightful fantasy, in the runt of
The Young People's Society of
Temple Beth El will give their regu- at usical reverie entitIml "The Dream.
lar hi-monthly dance, Sunday even- er." it eomposition by Mrs Hermann
ing, May 2, in the gymnasium of the !Mester, easily won the honors of the
leiiiple. in deference to Mrs. Cor- evening. Mr. Hoexter seated at a
nelia Stratton Parker, who is sched- darkened stage by a grand piano light-
uled to speak tinder the auspices of ed with but two wax tapers that flick-
the Men's Temple in the evening, ered in their slender, silver holders,
the dance will begin at the conclu- played a sweetly haunting melody,
sion of her lecture, about 9:31) p.
l'ealalleC•al of moonlight and clouds
Members and their friends are in-
and the memories of youth. As he
vited to attend the talk.
slays. :Mrs. Oscar Rosenberg, reads 10.4

thoughts in verse, and then. across
Preceding the lecture on the sub. the stage flit the imags of his instals
Jeri. of "Human Nature and the Social
-"His First Love," a dainty, little
Citrest" to his given by Mrs Cornelia miss in curls and pinafore IMelicent
Stratton Parker al Temple Beth El, laculosi; the "Iligh School Girl,"
Sunday evening, under Ise
sweetly serious, Muth Lambert):
111 the Men's Temple Club, Mr, 1brain the "Debutante," radiant with youth,
Ray Tyler, (organist of the Temple, Margaret Ileavenrich; the "Athletic
will render the following selections. Girls," trim and trig in sporting cos-
beginning at 7:45 11. in.: "Ancient tume (Mrs. Joseph M. WOO; the
Phoenichut Procession" no w) by it "Follies Girl," tantalizing In black and
S. Stoughton; "Meditation," A. Grent• white Mrs. Henry Winemani; the
rhaninow; "Beside Still Waters" "Old Fashioned Girl," sweet and de-
tnewl, Louis :1. Coenie; "Martin Mill- mure (Mrs. Harold Van Malm); the
laire.' Franz Schubert; "Thistle- "Girl from New York," smart to her
down;' J. II. Loud; Allegro in F. linger-tips (Mrs. Chancy Elbingerl;
Sharp, Alex Guilmant; A Fantasie of the "Farmerette." delightful. rosy-
Moods, G. Edgar Peril.
cheeked. (Mrs. 'Maurice Goldberg).
the "Prima lemon," bewitching in Gyp-
- - -
Entertaining for Mrs. Howard Iseav- sy dress; and the "Bride" "in whom
ey (nee Miss Rita King) and Miss all others' wood Is bleat," radiant in
Fosla FishIsaine of New York City, her wedding dress, (Nits. Sidney AI.
members of the club, the Yom Girls hin).
Ilenriel gave an Interesting
Literary Society entertained the fol-
lowing at luncheon at the lintel Cad- peep at Chinese magic, later using
illac and a theatre. party at the Seim- her art of telepathy by answering
bert-Detroit, Saturday afternoon: Miss questions written previously by mem-
Mildred Nurko, Miss Marion Fish- bers in the audience and apparently
halite, Miss Rose Ilubar, Miss Helen burned in full sight.
Kathleen Pereira, assisted by two
Florenv• Finkelstein,
Ilubar, atlas
:diss Kate Friedman, alias Mildred students, Miss Nina Ferris and 'Miss
Nadle, Mrs. Alan Kopelson, SUSS Rose Mildred Hamburg, presented an urtls-
program. "Nlendelssohn's
Sander and Mrs. Abraham Cooper.
Spring Song." danced by Miss Pereira,
was esneeltilY meritorius, Miss Minnl•s
of accompanied
IS zations
in piano.
:qr. and Mrs. •1. Rosenthal,
at the
Garfield avenue. have Just returned
Valherg P. Coffey, pianist, Samuel
stay at French Lick (d,pein, violinist and Benjamin (Iasi.
trom a two we
Springs, Ind.
loin', 'Cellist, of the Detroit Symphony

later for \Vag has issued an order to latest device to render the lives of
! lish Same, who lish
is here on a visit have the Jewish streets specially • Jewish inhabitants a burden is to
1,000,000 of $7,500,000 Quota Se- asked us to go to Warsaw as soon
guarded, as the attacks upon Jews make nightly raids in the Elisabeth-
cured—Trades and Indus-
as possible as the condition of toe on the part of the soldiery has again start, where the majority of them
tries Cany•ssed.
! helpless families of Americans there
reside, and to haul men and women—
assumed serious proportions.
t. li ai i.ideffsoerrtisouins. aid t.,ge i,hT
The s
ipeartsc hi nrelatesr sta1,7 t hpov1,-. i

t■ c

tioiti l l'
N EW YOR K —With contributions !
e 'tali': tanal%i.cled"'s.tav'
l .eludcilliligldr'eun—
ii cs,'ess of $1.000,000 to start with, us in our task."
recently made it a practice t o dump "to ascertain necessary details." They
the Easter New York Appeal for I
American letters which are obviously are detained twenty-four hours, if
Jewish War Relief is rapidly perfert-
' addressed to Jews. In some of these' not longer, and are fortunate if they
imp plans for
or the collection of the re. ,
escape being assaulted and robbed.
letters money has been found.
mainder of $7,500,000, which is the
citys share (if $35,000,000 to be Cali-,
thinned by the entire United States. I
ap- ,
Thi, i, thy tirst non secrets
peal for Jewish War Relief funds ever I
LONDON—The Manchester Guard.
made in Greater New York. It is also lan. tole of the most influential deities
the largest quota ever tel for the city in England, in one of its leading ai
n a campaign for Jewish relief funds, ,
Judge Otto A. Rosalsky, chairman of tines ' lakes j ::,:l
i a lni dat'tti' tv:;A:...1). 11.71l.taa'rk.
the campaign, and Colonel A. H. l t',ffl,
its :an (h„ 0,„
it mi
11, amt
tininzlierg, chairman of the Adminis- lick 100'
nm i-- o f e ant ' , i-
thing to , management and its ao
tration0,oimitteu., a„. planning
' Semilisni, the Polish government is
oths' the support of the leaders ' n
doing irreparable harm to the coml.
all the city's important trades and M
I try, and that were it not for the large
(Insoles and profesional groups. '. -
".1 111111111MM 01 3,000 able, respon- .'ir eei nta; gi e l o,,h,.,j,,e„",. sr ii ‘1,111rii, lin'tvilss and
orekts-. ' i ; ' ;;M 'efe;:i.:;t" j.o" ;;;g. the revolutionary
. ci v i°,,,it:.1,titee( ri fwN
era are
the present government would
is tit have a successful cam-. i '' ree '''
been swept away long ago by
paigii," Colonel littinzberg said.
The article
the , revolutionary title.
want the help of every man an d as...(;:i.:1'
has .it heart ' ',miner
farther anoints out that Poland has
an ill New York Who
people in Eastern Europe." • wasted her entire budget of fifteen
the welfare of the millions of stricken
,,, i,l ilions on her army, having spent
s two per cent on education and
Especially rapid progress is being ,
zation of the city's ' – per cent on public health utilities.
made in the organi
' ' '' Iwo
ne hundred and tltirty-tive thousand
trades and industries. Group cha
wit-kers are idling and were it not
men and committees of solicitors 11av -
e filr the To: iii Distribution Committee,
been obtained in more than thirty in-
the article says, a large percentage
dust ries .
Polish Jewry would long ago have
perished from starvation.
In another Editorial headed 'Doti-
I kitt•'s Pogroms," this liberal organ
!says, that it is high time Chris-
• ork.—President John I.. , daft communities the world over,
Bernstein of the Hebrew Sheltering realized that it is their sacred duty to
and Inimigration Aid Society of -bind every effort and influence at
America received a cable from 'Leon their command to ensure a cessation
Kamaiky and Ni. Jacob Nfassel, the of these wholesale murders by Rus-
commissioners of the society who sian anti-SeiMles.
have gone abroad to reunite the fami-
lies of war-torn Europe with their
relatives in this country. The cable
reads in part as follows:
"Several hundred stranded Jewish
women and children on their way to
America are in a heart-rending con•
dition. We have set aside 2,000 francs .
A it •wering to ques-
to obtain clothing for them and are • . I ' 0 '. N DON--
' '
of Commons as
n the Ilo
trying to aid them to join their fuse tions in
hands and father s in America. w e to the reason why Jewish refugees




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have also interested the local organi- in Constantinople and elsewhere were
condition of the un- 'loot Y et ,Ieing admitted into Palestine '
fortiinates. ‘Ve aided in arranging a lord "armsw°rtn
Purim festival at which the grand their admission still had to be held
rabbi of Prance, Dr. Israel Levy, was , back pending the final decisions of
one of the guests. Many a tear was ) the Peace Conference. In the die-
Orchestra, rendered a few sple n didly shed on this occasion at the stories of .cussion on this question in which a
uteri numbers.
the suffering of our people. The 'lumber of members of parliament
Mrs. Max Moore Mee Mitts '(al,'
:Morton Gittlenuin and Pied Morris, American Consul at Paris is desirous Participated, it appeared that while
Cohen, OC Chicago) is the guest of her.
en-operating with us in our under- the sanitary conditions in Palestine
sister, Mrs, liat•ry Itoiii, of 244 East ;0
ills..kberri•s and Cream," and "In- taking. The French Ship Company .liad already been brought to a sans-
Kirby avenue.
effort s for ship service by • factory point, the must recent re-
door Sports at I , . of NI" presented by
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Mark Feldman and Bud Dante, provok- Wa y
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Miss Clara Zimmerman of Tol ,(10
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Served at Popular Concerts;
Victor Kolar, Conductor.
The first season of summer popular
concerts by the lkitrait Symphony or.
chestra will begin NI . mday evening,

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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Solomon and Mr. May 3, in the Arena tbirMins and will
and Mrs. J. Meyer spent Sunday in continue nightly for 12 weeks.
The orchestra's winter season of
"Pc Is" CM Sunday afternoons drew
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Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Goldstein and %tree audiences to Orchestra hall
ss of these
daughter. Mildred. and Mn. G. I. Rap- every W , •ek, and the suet ,
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wh•re they were the guests of NIr. and large attendance in the suppl , -
and Mrs. Samuel .1. Rapaport. mental season. The orchestra will be
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• program will begin at 8.15 o'clock
daughter. Hattie, and Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Netzorg of r.,•. .11ineliig will obtain until miditight.
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