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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1920-12-17

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In Detroit everyone want MacDiarmid's
for the holiday season. There are never
enough to go 'round. Order now and be sure
of a fresh packed box when you want it.

"The Religion of Jesus of Naza-
reth" will be the subject of Rabbi
Franklin's sermon on Sunday morning
of this week. Services begin at 11
a clock. All are cordially invited.

Mr. Berkowitz to Officiate:

Owing to the absence front the city
of Rabbi Franklin, from Dec. 24th
until Jan. 2nd, his place in the pulpit
will be taken by Mr. Henry J. Berko-
witz, of Cincinnati, who may he called
upon for amyl congregational func-
tions during that week. He may be
called at the Temple—Glendale 345--
er at the Addison Hotel—Cadillac 790.

I.I anJjerale

New Chocolate !louse
32 Broadway
Woodward ut Clifford
G. & R. McMillan Co. Woodward at
Broadway Market
Boulevard

Woodward at
Alexandrine
Woodward at
Collingwood•
Phone Main 4547 (All Stores)

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Special
Dinner

Former $125 Values

Last Tuesday Mrs S. Goldlinger,
330 Euclid avenue, entertained the
NVitiona Sewing Circle. The ladies
are planning a Channuka entertain-
ment to be held at the home of Mrs.
Ed. Gold•tein next Thursday after-
noon.

$75.00

Exquisite types in Satin, Crepe
Meteors, Chiffon Taffetas and Tel-

collies; embroidered and beaded,

Mr. and Mrs. 1Vtit. Cohen. 459 Ku- I
slid avenue, spent the week-end with
friends in Toledo.

The confirmation class for the sea-
Little Miss Selma Wax, who had
son has been organized and will for been visiting her grandparent r.
the present meet at the Temple On and Mrs. I. Wax, 2206 Michigan ave-
Friday afternoons at 4 o'clock. All nue, for the last two months, has re-
children of confirmation age and who tuned to her home in Chicago.
have completed the course of the sev-
enth class in the Religious school
The Misses Helen and Rose Unbar,
should register without delay.
99 Wilsonavenue, were hostesses at a
Change of Address.
miscellaneous shower given Tuesday
The new directory of the Temple night in honor of Miss Mildred
membership is about to appear in the Nurko whose marriage to Mr. Dan
iorthcoming Year Book. It is there- I-ewis will take place this month. The
fore of the utmost importance that bride-elect was the recipient of many
members of the Temple who may pretty gifts.
have changed their residence in re-
cent times should send their correct
The \hisses' Belle and Mollie Silber-
address to the Secretary, care Temple
blatt entertained 12 guests Thursday
Beth El. without delay.
last at a theat•r-party at the Tem-

Young People's Society:

The Voting People's Society of the
Temple announces a dance and enter-
tainment for Sunday night of this
week—Dec. 19th, and an elaborate en-
2t
t f.,r, thainment for the evening of Dec.

for

Xmas and
New Years
Day

III

II

$1.50 per plate

lave trimmed, bugle trimmed and

fancy embroidered. Every one pos.

BIG NEW YEAR'S EVE.

Reservations Now Being Made

SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT

Finzel's Orchestra—Singers—Favors—Delectable
Dishes.

Beginning January 1, 1921

We Will Commence a General Reduction of Price in
Keeping With The Time, On All Our Prices.

Oriental Cafe

GEORGE POY, Manager
63 Michigan Ave.
Cherry 2766-6144

•i Whether You Give Her

JEWELRY OR FURS

Why not Insure her peace of mind and your own protection under

A SPECIAL FLOATER POLICY

which protects against ALL RISKS—Including Fire, Theft, Burglary
; and loss of stones front settings? This' Polley eovera against loss at
home or while traveling.

CREED & COMPANY

Phone Main 1936

INSURANCE BROKERS

FORD BUILDING

"Say it with Flowers"

Send Flowers
from Breitmeyer's!

Flowers sent by wire
anywhere in a //Iv hours

John Breitmeyer's Sans

Main 4260

David Whitney Bldg.

Greenhouses-721 Mack Ave.

ple, complimenting Miss Etta Mar-
golis, a bride-elect. After the the-
ater the guests were entertained at
the VS'ontan's Exchange.

SOWS an exclusiveness that women

of discernment Immediately appre-

ciate. Such fashionable dresses as

these at these prices makes a
happy opportunity indeed.

MRS. HENRY SIROTTA.

(Dorothy Barnett)

Whose marriage took place at tit-
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Barnett, Windsor, Ont., Sunday,
Dec. 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Strotta are spending
the winter In California.

Mrs. Jacob M. Jaffe (Mabel Botsky)
is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs.
A. E. Dorsky of Sibley.

The North Woodward Branch of
the European Jewish Women Welfare
Friends of Mr. Charles Rosenthal Organization will hold their next
will he glad to hear that he Is re- meeting. Wednesday afternoon at 2
Junior Young People's Society:
covering from his recent hitless.
0. M. at the home of Mrs. Sophie
Th,
ming People's Society
Epstein, 197 Mt. Vernon avenue. All
will hold a meeting on Sunday after-
On Wednesday evening, Dec-ether members are urgently requested ht
noon, Dee. 2O. Mr. Goldberg, presi-
8, NIL and Morris N. Goodman att end. Non-members who are Inter
dent of the Temple Beth El, will ad-
gave a small dinner party at their eated Jn the work of the organization
dress the s 0 eIop, and many new plans
home. 121 Belmont, in honor Ili their SIT cordially Invited
are to be announced. The meeting
niece, Mks Rose tiowrnsky, who is
will start promptly at 2:1(1 p. m. and
visiting here from Louisville. Ks.. Mr.
will be followed by a dance in the Zelik Katz, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Ber-
Mts. Max Schorurg. of Rochester.
gymnasium. Members and their kowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Nlaurice II. N. Y., Is the guest of lair sister. Men.
friends arc cordially invited.
J.
It Goldman. --
Sjore, and \I r. and ND, I. Katz were
The social committees of the Junior among the guests.
Young People's Society have plans
Miss Lilly Louring, of Saginaw.
under way for a program and dance
Arrangements are being made fur Mich. Is a guest of Mrs. Chas. Levy
to be given for the members of the a First Anniversary Dance by Jericho
for a few days.
congregation of Temple Beth El. The Rebekah Lodge No. 328, 1. 0. O. F.
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1 exact date will be announced later.
on Thursday evenine. January 13th, at
Miss !Attie Hill, of Detroit, is a
the Hotel Slather ballrooms. An effi-
guest
of
Mrs.
Ed.
Lletig.
cient committee is in charge of the

A WORD OF THANKS.

Delightful Menu
Arranged for the
occasion.

26-28 Broadway

,

The Jewish Old Folks' thine, at
Edmund I'lace and Brush Street, take
this means of thanking Cantor A.
inkowsky and choir of Sltaarey
Zedek Congregation, consisting of J.
I,. Brensky, I. M. hertz and the fol-
lowing list of boys—Seymour Horo-
witz, Kalmon Sachse, David Smith,
Samuel Glinter, Abraham Schreiber.
Boris Raphael, Israel Poliot,. Harold
Biller, Eugene Rosenberg, Milton
Rosenberg—for' the splendid enter-
tainment they provided last Thursday
evening at the home in the nature of
A Channuka service. The yemem-
braise.. of the fine music tendered will
be lasting.

affair and it is planned to make the
dance a memorable affair for all who
attend. Miss Bertha hi. Lexer is
chairman of the committee.

Before the lighted candelabra. sym-
bolic of the festive week of Chan-
nuka, Cantor blinko•sky of Shaarey
Zedek ,assisted by Mr. I. I.. Brinkley
and. Mr. 1. M. Hertz, and his choir
of young boys, appeared before the
inmates . of . the Jewish Old Folks'
Home on the evening of December 9,
in a beautiful and impressive service
appropriately arranged for the occa•
stem. This program is the first of a
series of entertainments that are to
be given throughout the winter
months under the auspices of the
Jewish NVoman's Club as part of the
work of the Educational Department
of the Federation of Vs'omen's Clubs
'I he pleasure of the evening was aug-
mented by the presentation of a pair
of warm bed-room slippers to each
Mr. and Mrs. N. Silverstone are re of the 311 inmates, by Miss Sadie
wing congratualtions on the birth Finley, in memory of her father. Mr.
Joseph Finley. Mrs. Morris Zack
if a daughter, Shirley Frances.
heim furnished the refreshments that
Mr. and Mrs. Max Solovich wish to followed.
announce the birth of a son, Warren
The Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society
Earl.
will hold a Channukah entertainment
and dance Sunday, December 19. at
the 11'nai Moshe Synagogue, Garfield
and Beatibien street.

JEWISH WOMEN WELFARE
SOCIETY GIVE CONCERT

The European Jewish N1'omen Wel.
fare Organization gave a successful
concert at the Beth David Synagogue
Sunday night, Dec. 12. The society
is grateful to Rev. A. Bloom, Rabbi
AisHskin and Isle. Chagi for their
services.
Donations of $265 were collected
during the meeting. Five transpor-
tation tickets were pledged by Mr.
and Mrs. Braver, 101 Hendrie; Mr.
and Mes. B. Levin, 238 Kenilworth:
Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone, 290 Erskine;
SD. and Mrs. Utclienick, 100 Med
bury, and Schurtatz Bros., Oakland
and Philadelphia.

Mirtlits

Has Birthday Party

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CONCERTS

SARA

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101 East Willis

INSTRUCTION

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NOW IN PROGRESS

JEWELRY
DIAMONDS
PEARLS
WATCHES
SILVERWARE
LEATHER GOODS

GOLDSMITHS 6 SILVERSMITHS, INC.

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37-4 W ASIIINGTON liOULLVARD. 13110K
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IN MEMORIAM

In lov ing memory of our deaf hus-
band and father. Phillip Joseph
Greenblatt. who died Dec. 20. Gorr
but not forgotten.
His loving wife and children.

Dora E. Vidaver

Mrs. Harry B. Dizik entertained 20
guests at a luncheon at her home on
Virginia ('ark Saturday in honor of
In loving memory of our mother,
her sister. bliss Etta Nargolis. whose Dora K. Vidaver, who died suddenly
marriage to Mr. Jos. I. Palistrant will at her home, 79 31st street, 4:34 p.
take place Sunday, December 19.
na. Wednesday, Dee. 8, 1920, at the
age of 63. Survived by twelve (laugh-
Mr. and Mrs. I. Berry, 2206 Michi-
ters and one son.
gan avenue, entertained at the Temple
theater last Saturday afternoon iii
In losiing memory of Mrs. Joseph
honor of Mr. and Mrs. E. Singer, who
leavc soon for Los Angeles. where Saltzstein (Henrietta Marks) of Mil.
waukee, Wis., who departed from this
they will make their hinter home.
earth one year ago, Dec. 21. Gone
bliss Rose Rodin. of 127 Belmont, but not ,forgotten.
and bliss Caroline Goodman. of 121
Her husband, children,
father,
Belmont, were given medals for their sisters and brothers.
work in the Flag Day campaign held
Sunday. December 12. They can-
Mr. Rudolph Tauher, of Chicago,
vas,.I the downtown district. Miss
passed away suth:enly at the
Roehe was awarded a gold medal and
home of his (laughter, Mrs. Ira Fried.
Nits. Gyodinan a silver medal.
enberg.
of :icy Virginia Park, on t.),-
ADD. -LOCAL. NOTES- -
cenib..r the ninth. 110 is survived by
Mrs, Harry Milian and Miss Helen his wife, Venn, three sons. Gustav ,
Schultz entertained eighteen friends ant Joseph of Chicago. and Sidney,
at a box-party on Wednesday, Dec. of Detroit, and one daughter. Mrs.
1 7, bt honor of Miss Evelyn Sehultz. Ira Eriedenberg. lie was 56 years
a bride of the month. The theatre- old. Burial tool: place In chicago. ,

party was followed by a luncheon at
the Hotel Steller.

SEEKS T0 EXCUSE POGROMS.

Complimenting bliss Evelyn Schultz,
a December bride elect, and Mrs. Sol
Mildred Dormice, charming little M. Lehmann (Jeanette Schultz) of
daughter of N1r, and Mrs. Mande New York City. Mrs. Samuel Schaf.
Meyers. 220 Westminster ave., who lander, of Leicester Court. entertained
,.lebrated her 12th birthday tveently with a prettily-appointed luncheon on
with a delightful party for 16 of her , Tuesday. Dee. 14. Covers were laid
little friends.
for twelve.

DANZIG—According to a report
from Warsaw, General Balakhowitrb,
in the course of a conference with
Polish journalists declared that re
sponsibility- for the pogroms which
his soldiers committed rests with
members of the Red force, who de-
serted the Bolshevist army and joined
his ranks.

For a Beautiful Christmas Gift buy her the one
that every woman appreciates

A HANDSOME FUR WRAP

The gift that lasts for years

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Confirmation Class:

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Miss I,ois Roth, whose marriage
to Mr. Louis Witt will be :tti event
of January, was honor-guest at a
luncheon and miscellaneous shower
Wednesday given by Mrs. Charles
Luther Severy, of Atkinson avenue.

Sabbath Services:

Sabbath services will take place this
week as usual at 10:30. The sermon
will he preached by Rabbi Franklin.

P:F

Gowns

Sunday Services:

acArrmak

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