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ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
A. A. Gottesman to Lead Montefiorites
At one of the best attended meet.
Inge ever held the Montefiore Lodge
No. 12 Independent Order Free Sons
of Israel held their annual election
of officers, Thursday, Dec. 23, 1920.
The race for offices was a hotly-
contested one. Arthur A. Gottesman
was unanimously elected president.
The other new officers are as follows:
Vice-Pres., A. Sandelrnan; Recording-
Secretary, NI. Mk:helson; Financial-
Secretary, Jos. Lichtenstein; Treas-
urer, B. Marx; Warden, E. Fink; In-
ner Guard, II. York; Trustees, B. I).
Marx, L, Michelson, and M. Litinnky.
The next meeting of the lodge will
be held Thursday, Jan. 13, 1921, at
the regular meeting hall, 533 Cass
avenue, at which time the newly-elect-
ed officers will be sworn In.
Thuraday, January 27, 1921, will be
a gala event in the annals of the
Lodge. There will he a large class
initiation at which time Grand Mas-
ter Llebeskind and Grand Secretary
Hyman will officiate. A banquet and
entertainment for members will fol-
low the Initiation.
New Year's Day
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ice cream flavored with nutmeg and
whole Maraschino cherries.
SHAAREY ZEDEK Y. P. A.
GIVE DANCE SUNDAY
Herman Hoosier to Address Auxiliary
The Young People's Auxiliary of
Shaarey Zedek will give a dance Sun-
day evening, Jan. 2, In the gymnasium
of the synagogue, corner Willis and
Brush streets. Members and their
friends are cordially invited.
Hermann Hoexter, well-known mu-
sic lecturer, will address the regular
meeting of the Auxiliary, Wednesday,
January 6, on 'Jewish Musicians and
Composers". Mr. Hoexter, who has
been giving varied aerie.' of lectures
on musical topics to different organ-
izations in the city, is an authority
on his subject and his talk will on-
doubtedly prove both instructive and
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Mine. Koshetz sang at this concert
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Rachmaninora Vocalise which she Is
to sing with the Detroit orchestra, a
composition that was written for and
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In addition to the Rachmaninoff
number Mme. Koshetz will shag with
the orchestra Tachalkowsky's Letter
Scene from the opera "Eugen Onegin"
and an aria from Rimsky-Koraakov's
opera, "The Czar's Bride."
The program will offer also two dim
tict novelties in the Scriabin Third
Symphony known as "The Divine Po-
em," and Felix Borowski's suite,
"Trois Peinturea," both of which will
have their first hearing In this city.
Mr. Borowski will conduct his own
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r. Gabrilo•itach will conduct and
besides the numbers mentioned the
orchestra will play GlInka's overture
to "Russian and Ludmilla," making
the program all Russian in compli-
HAVE A CASE DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME
ment to me. Koshetz.
The next Sunday concert of the or(
ehestra will be January 9 at 3:30
when Ilya Schkolnik, violinist, will be
the soloist and Victor Kolar will di-
rect, in the absence of Mr. Gabrilew.
itsch. the latter going to Philadelphia
for three weeks to be guest conductor
of the Philadelphia Symphony orches-
European Jewish Women's
Welfare Organization will hold a reg-
ular meeting, Monday, Jan. 3, at the
Mogen Abraham congregation, 194
Report will he given of the results
of the Chanukah concert given re-
cently. Interested organizations are
invited to send repreaentatives.
The Society reports additional con-
tributions of $153.00, $100 of which
was given by Mr. and Mrs. J. Cohn,
the rest comprising smaller donations.
The Jewish Ladles Society of Pontiac
The North Woodward branch of the
European Jewish Women's Welfare
Organizations reports splendid prog-
At an election of officer(' held by the
Jacob Duschinsky Lodge, No. 131, In-
dependent Order Free Sons of Israel,
on Dec. 21, the following were chosen
to lead the lodge for the ensuing
year: A. Weinberger, president;
Albert Miller, vice-president, J. Staub,
recording-secretary; R. F. Goldman,
Financial-secretary, Sigmund Hirsch,
treasurer; trustees: Martin Klein,
one year term, Jacob Duschlnaky,
three year term, Jacob Glasel, two
year term; Inside Guard, Mrs. .1.
Hirsch; Outside Guard, Louis Sobel;
chaplain, Jos Rosenthal fez-presi-
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The local branch o fthe T. 0. F.
Sons of Israel, which ranks as one
of the strongest national Jewish fra-
ternities, was formed in January of,
1920, by a group of zealous Jewish
citizen(' and formally Instituted by
the Grand Master, Solon J. Liebeskind
the same month. Among Its charter
members are Jacob Duschinsky,
Joseph Rosenthal, Harry Rosenthal,
Alex. Stein, Rev. Loewy, Albert 1111-
ler, Sigmund Hirsch and Daniel
The aims of the fraternal body are
cited in the following: "To unite the
mom, and daughters of Israel in the
interests of common humanity; to
spread intelligence and enlightenment
and to more firmly bind the lie which
unite(' mankind; to disseminate the
excellent tenants laid down in the
ritual and to practically illustrate the
beautiful teachings inculcated by the
cardinal principles of the Order—
Friendship, Love and Truth.
It alma further to concern Itself
with matters both American and Jew-
ish, avoiding all religious fanaticism;
it tends to promote sociability and
fraternity among its ;membership; it
endeavors to care for the sick and dis-
tressed and to help widows and or-
The lodge meets on the first and
third Tuesdays of each month at the
Oddfellows Temple on Brush and Be-
(Rear of 6th Floor)
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THREATEN WITH POGROMS
VIENNA—The City Council yes-
terday took up the question of the ex-
pulsion of Jewish refugees. Drs. Ehr-
lich and Plaschkes defended the po-
sition of the refugees and pointed out
that a large number of those the ad-
ministration proposes to expel have
been in the country for a number of
years and are industrious and useful
citizens. Mayor Reumann favored the
plea of the Jews and gave them his
assurance that those refugees who
were usefully employed would be
spared. In the course of the debate
Councillor Kunschak, a member of the
Christian Socialists, warned the Jews
that unless the East European refu-
gees were expelled, Austria would be
swept by pogroms.
MISS ROSE STEINBERG
SINGS FOR KADIMAHS
JUDAEAN LITERARY CLUB.
In addition to the treat offered by
the presence of Miss Steinberg, a
novel and entertaining program had
been arranged by Miss Sara 11. Drap-
A meeting of the Young Judaea*
Miss Rose Steinberg. who returned kin, chairman of the Kadimah enter- Club was held at the Shaarey Zedek,
to Detroit recently after a success- tainment ...Anmittee.
Sunday, Dec. 26,
ful season in Chicago, rendered sev-
Members of the Art Department of
Plans were outlined for the coming
eral vocal selections Thursday evening the Kadimah wish to thank Miss
at the first open meeting of the
dance which will be held Saturday,
Esther Fraelich for the delightful re-
Kadimah club, in the Jewish institute
freshments which were served at the Jan. 15, at the Shaarey Zedck gym-
last art meeting.
Miss Steinberg, was one of the few
A delightful luncheon was prepared
The following program is announced
amateurs who was signed by concert by the hostesses, Misses Anna Man-
for next Sunday:
managers of Chicago for a tour, when
son, Mary and Kate Cohen.
armistice brought the activities of
Theater," Lola Weinberg, "Legend of
amateur entertainers at army camps
Soloman," Bernard Siteman, "Leon
DANZIG—According to a report re-
to an abrupt end. Miss Steinberg
Kamaisky's Report," Fannie Agree,
had the distinction of singing to sol- ceived here from Tchenstochow, Pet. "Sabbath," Pauline Feinberg, "What
diers in virtually every army training lora's staff trrived there In the put has Jewish Culture Done for the
tamp in the east and middle-west.
couple of days.
‘Vorld," Herbert Grossman.