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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1921-06-10

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ALEMITE LUBRICATING CO. OF MICH.

Auburn Beauty Six

"For All Makes
of Cars."
Phone Glendale 7942
4750 Woodward Ave.

Salesroom: 5931 Woodward.

am Ica

Postpone Planned
Congress Election

Zionist Controversy and Keren
Hayesod Movement Is
Cause of Action.

NEW Y 0 R K. — The Executive
Committee of the Provisional Ameri-
can
Jewish Congress has issued the
Service Station: 59 Harper.
following statement with regard to
the arrangements for nominations
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and elections:
"The arrival in this country of the
Zionist Commission headed by Dr.
Weizmann, the holding of receptions
in honor of the commission, and
Keren Hayesod conferences in differ-
For Automobiles, Trucks and Motor Boats.
ent cities of the country, together
with the extraordinary situation
which has arisen in American Zion-
ism, have absorbed the interests of
Phone Glendale 4121
91.109 S•Id•n Avenue
j some of our most active and devoted
workers in New York and various
other cities, and we find it impossible
to go or, with the original plan for
nominations and elections for dele-
gates to the Congress without seri-
ously injuring the movement. While
the nominating conventions planned
for May 22 have been arranged in
a number of the smaller communi-
ties, we have experienced great dif-
ficulty in securing the co-operation
of large numbers of important socie-
ties and organizations in New York
and in a number of other large cities,
where at the present time the con-
troversy in the Zionist movement and
the holding of the Cleveland con-
Main Office
vention are consuming all of the time
and energy of the active communal
425 Griswold St. Main 2510.
workers who have always been among
the foremost participants in activities
Sales Dept.
in behalf of the Jewish Congress.
"Communications received by the
3766 Woodward. Glendale 4160.
Congress from important affiliated
organizations and from members of
our body, while expressing warm in-
Nine Service Stations.
terest in and devotion to the Con- 1
grass idea, emphasized the unusual
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difficulties of the present situation,
and urged that steps be taken to give
the various communities and Jewish
WEISMAN MOTOR SALES CO.
organizations of the country a more
3639 WOODWARD AVE.
•• favorable opportunity for taking part
in the organization of the Congress,
GLENDALE 2646
as a central agency of American
Jcwry, on a permanent basis. We
have at the same time been persuaded
that as the interests of the rebuild-
ing of a Jewish Palestine has always
been among the predominating mo-
"Built of the Best"
tives of the Congress movement, we
THOMAS BROOKS, INC.
should not at this time place any ob-
Michigan Distributors.
stacles in the way of bringing about
Hemlock 2122. , an early solution of the question
12942 Woodward Ave.
---,
which has arisen in American Zion-
ism and which means to much to the
4 and 6 Cylinder.
future of our peopie.
Power, Beauty, Economy, Comfort
"After a thorough discussion of the
situation, in which most of the
BREED, SPEICHER COMP'NY whole
members
present took part, the fol-
5911 Woodward Ave. Tel. Glendale 7118
lowing decisions were reached at a
meeting in the office of Mr. Nathan
Straus:
FOSTER SALES AND SERVICE
"1. That the general elections be
JAS. H. FOSTER
' postponed until after the Zionist Con-
SERVICE AND PARTS FOR KING CARS
gress in Eurone is held and to a date
to be subsequently fixed by the execu-
AXLE SHAFTS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS
tive committee.
"2. That the Board of Elections
Edgewood
3112
2128.40 Joseph Campau Ave., Car Antietam.
be authorized to change the dates of
nominating conventions in accord-
ance with the local conditions pre-
vailing in each city, and that in com-
20 miles to gallon of gas
Instead of 10.
munities where arrangements for
12,500 miles to set of tires in
nominating conventions have already
stead of 10,000
been made and where such conven-
tions can now be held, the same be
50•. Slower Depreciation
organized and carried through and
that no nominations be held later
W. J. DOUGHTY, 3745 Cass. Tel. Glendale 4669. Tel. Glendale 5585.
than Oct. 1."

Market 4863.4.

DODGE BROTHERS

STARTING — LIGHTING — IGNITION
Genuine Parts — Factory Service
AUTO ELECTRIC & SERVICE CORP.

,.,.BUICK

announce

a substantial reduction



in the prices of their cars

Starkweather Buick Company

CASE

The first cost is practically the last

DAVIS MOTOR CARS

THOMAS 'J. DOYLE

WOODWARD AT GARFIELD — GLENDALE 4700

ELCAR

ASKS WOMEN GIVE
JEWELS FOR ZION

Mrs. Chaim Wei:mann Issues Appeal
For Palestine Fund.

FRANKLIN

NEW YORK.—An appeal calling
upon the Jewish women in this coun-
try to take part in the reconstruc-
tion of Palestine as the Jewish Nat-
ional Home by contributing their
"Jewels and Treasure, Gold and Sil-
ver, new and old" to the Keren Haye-
sod, was issued by Mrs. Chaim Weiz-
mann, wife of the President of the
World Zionist Organization, prior to
KNOWN
ACTORS
PRESENT
A Size to Fit Your Need.
leaving this country. Mrs. Weiz-
"WEDDING GOWN" HERE mann, herself a physician, is the Pres-
Phone Market 2892
ident of the Women's International
A staff of some of the best known Zionist Organization, which is trying
OWEN & GRAHAM CO.
Jewish
actors
will
present
a
Yiddish
to
raise $5,000,000 for welfare work
Distributors
play, "The Wedding Gown," Sunday among Jewish women and children in
East Grand Boulevard at Oakland.
matinee and evening, June 12 (She- Palestine. Sirs, Weizmann expects
vuoth), at the New Detroit Opera that the Jewish women in this coun-
House.
try will follow the example set by the
"The Wedding, Gown," the most Jewish women in the war and pogrom
talked of Jewish drama of this sea- stricken Ukraine who recently sent
son, is presented. here by Edward A. over thirty cases filled with jewels,
Relkin, and the chief actors will in- largely engagement rings, to the Lon-
clude Nathan Goldberg, Rose Gold- don office of the Palestine Founda-
MILLER-JUDD CO.
berg, J. Jacobs, Betty Jacobs, Rosa tion fund.
Greenfield, Sarah Filer, Jacob Gold-
Following is the text of Mrs. Weiz-
Glendale 472 - 428 stein, Sam Auerbach and Mr. Zeld- mann's appeal:
(4846 Woodward Ave. at Warren
in SR
"To the Jewish Women of America:
This company is of the original
"The San Remo decision marked
62=6252 New York Lenox Theater Company. the beginning of A new era in the
The play to be presented was played Zionist movement. Once again we
in New York for 18 weeks and six
recognized as a nation among na-
Harrison-Rund Sales Co. weeks in Boston. Arrangements have are
tions. We face a pledge and a chal-
been made to present the play with lenge to the whole Jewish people. The
4647 Woodward Ave.
the same effects as in New York.
eyes of the world are upon us. The
Tel. Glendale 7946
Tickets are for sale at Gordon's whole Jewish nation will be held re-
book store, 3009 Hastings street, and sponsible for the upbuilding of the
. at the mox office on the day of per- Jewish National Home.
formance. Tickets will be reserved
"Jewish women of America! What
by calling Northway 1781.
will be our women's share in this re-
VALUE CARS AT VOLUME PRICES
construction? For the first time in
history, woman and man can build
up the country, hand in hand, from
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its very start.

Northway
760
Ave.
7351 Woodward
"You were spared all the horror
and humiliation of your unfortunate
WANTED—By the United Jewish sisters in the war-ruined lands, you
Charities, a few more .iesirable who enjoy the freedom and prosper-
boarding homes for children of all ity of this great America, come and
ages. Phone Main :3740 or call at help these heroic women of your peo-
687 East High.
ple who stream in adversity to their
, beloved land. Let history repeat it-
GORDON MOTOR SALES CO., DISTRIBUTORS.
WANTED—By single man: Room self. As in the day of Nehemiah,
and two meals, in a refined family bring to your nation's need jewels
Northway 4712
and neighborhood. Meals not es- and treasure, gold and silver, new
5024 Woodward Avenue
and old.
sential.
Jewish women of America, we ap-
FOR RENT—Newly furnished room peal to you! Awake and fulfill your
for one or two refined gentlemen responsibility.
"The Car Incomparable"
with young couple. Pleasant loca- (Signed) MRS. CIIAIM WEIZMANN
l'resident Women's International
tion. Reasonable. Call Market
e Vere KETTENRING SALES CO.
Zionist Organization.
34 55.
A National Women's Committee is
being formed, the first five members
WANTED—By
saigle
man:
Room
in
Day and Night Service.
Phone Northway 4412.
5764 Cass Ave.
a refined family and neighborhood. which are: Mrs. Meyer Berlin, wife
Two meals if possible. Meals not of the President of the Mizrachi Or-
essential. A. Feinberg. Phone ganization, Mrs. Boris Grabelsky,
wife of a prominent New York Zion-
Main 895.
ist, Mrs. Sol. Lamport, Sirs. Peter
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED room Schweitzer, wife of the Treasurer of
the
Organization of America
to
rent
with
private
family.
305
4465 CASS AVE.—Glendale 4605 East Philadelphia, between Brush and Zionist
Mrs. Sendelsky.
Jewels may be sent to the office of
and John R.
the Palestine Foundation Fund (Ker-
YOUNG LADY, employed, desires va- en Hayesod) 50 Union Square, mark-
cant or furnished room with re- ' ed Mrs. Peter Schweitzer.
fined family in Highland Park or
ragA
dta
North Woodward district Will fur-1 TOURS FOR JEWISH ORPHANS
68.78 Brady St.
nish references. Board optional..
(East of 3700 Woodward)
Address Box 154, Detroit Jewish' VIENNA.—Anita Muller is tour-
Chronicle.
ing Jugoslavia in an attempt to have
Fro. Isp•ction. Tel. Glendale 1267.
Service oa all makes.
• the Jews there adopt Ukrainian or-
FARNSWORTH 276—Near John R. , phans. She has already been success-
Beautiful room for gentlemen or ful in placing 500.
young couple.

G. M. C

SERVICE TIRE CO.
ANNOUNCES OFFERS

One of the most unusual sales ev-
er held in the city of Detroit and of
special interest to the tir ebuying pub-
lic is being conducted by the Service
Tire & Repair Co., 7506 Woodward
avenue. Mr. Joe S. Strifling who is
President and General Manager of
this concern, said: "We are selling
more tires than any three tire deal-
ers in the city and the reason for that
is our price. The fact that the Ser-
vice Tire & Repair Co. have sold
three carloads of tires in less than
two weeks time bears out this state-
ment. Due to a confidential trade
agreement, the Service Tire & Repair
Co. cannot mention the name of the

maker of these tires, however, the
wrappers and serial numbers are on
each and every tire, which makes the
name and quality easily recognizable.
On account of the enormous crowds
who have come from all over the
state of Michigan to take advantage
of those wonderful tire bargains, The
Service Tire & Repair Co. will be op-
en evenings and Sundays to accom-
modate the people who find it impos-
sible to get there during the day.

GERMAN PAPER MONEY
SPREADS ANTI-SEMITISM

DANZIG.—A considerable quanti-
ty of German paper currency in cir-
culation here carries an imprint
which reads "Germans, free your-
selves from the yoke of the Jews."

LIMITS REFUGEES' RETURN

WARSAW.—M. Zagorski, the Pol-
ish consul at Dvinsk, explaining his
action in placing difficulties in the
way of Jewish refugees anxious to
return to their home in Poland,
stated that he had instructions from
his government to limit the number
of Jewish immigrants.

POSEN EXPELLING JEWS

DANZIG.—During the last few
days the Jews in the province of Po•
sen have been subjected to serious
maltreatment on the part of officials
who are ruthlessly expelling them and
forcing them to emigrate to Congress
Poland.

TRUCKS

Liberty Six

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CLASSIFIED

National - Elgin Six - Premier

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WINTON

Will

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George H. Zuver Co.

Long Battery
Service Co.

Lumber Stocks and Equipment

For service in the lumber industry of De-
troit, meet the requirements of a wide
ranged special construction and industrial
lumber consuming field.

Detroit Lumber Dealers' Association

700 Virtoo Bldg.

006 Woodward

JEWISH DEPUTY WOUNDED

WANTED—Couple or single lady de-
sinus of
spending Beach,
vacation
at Port
cot.- LONDON.—A dispatch from Rome
Lakeside
near
tags,
Jew-
states that Signor Modelyani, • Jew-
Huron.
All
modern
conveniences.
Address Box 232, Detroit Jewish ish Socialist member of the Chamber
of Deputies, was wounded there dur-
Chronicle.
ia stselssh between Fascisti and So-
c inglia
WIDOW would like light work in
small apartment. Will consider
JEWISH CALENDAR
good home better than wages. Ad-
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dress Box 864, Detroit Jewish 'Mohnen% (Oonfirsostioa Day).
SUL. JIM, II
Chronicle.
Jets I
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FOR RENT—A nicely furnished Romb-Ohod000b Lb
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Magnificent Theatre and mercantile building to be erected shortly at intereectton e, coana 1.
Ave., Grand Boulevard, Lathrop and Dexter Boulevard. The budding will have a front a, of 41?
feet on Grand River Ave., 30 feet of which will be used for lobby of theatre. Eight .tc ea ,r,
already leased.

DETROIT IS ONE OF THE
BEST "SHOW" TOWNS
IN AMERICA

Practically Every Theatre in Detroit Pays Big Dividends
Because the Public Packs the Houses Nightly

feet

HERE are 18 stores and over
you think of a better money maker
C AN
than this stock—all things considered? T of second floor apace to be leased out
—S stores were leased, virtually before the

9,000

Men who build theatres figure anything less
than 25 per cent wasted effort. Our the-
atre will be one of the largest and finest in
the United States—and the attractions to be
booked regularly appear in the largest down-
town theatres.

blue prints were dry, and negotiations are
now under way with several of Detroit's best
known business houses with a view to their
establishing branch stores in this new busi-
ness district. The building is so arranged
as to occupy only part of the ground area.

DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE READERS

ARE INVITED TO HELP BUILD THIS
THEATRE AND SHARE THE PROFITS

The Northwestern Bui'ding Corporation holds
• 99-year lease (with option to buy) on the entire
There are over 150,000 people within
block.
walking distance of the property. As • result of
• check made by the Detroit Police Department
this corner was found to be the third busiest cor-
ner in Detroit. More automobiles pass here than
at corner Woodward and Jefferson—the heart of
the city.

The directors and officers of the North-
western Building Corporation are among
the moat reputable men in the city—they
could not afford to be identified with this
project if it did not offer their neighbors •
good, clean, honest investment opportunity.
Don't take our word alone — ask your
banker.

Our total capitalization is $300,000—all common stock—and we are offer-

ing $225,000 for sale at $10, par value.

The Northwestern
Building Corporation

Phew G•rfiedi 4314.

Offices:

Grand Rivet sad Lotirep

Northwester's Building Corp.,
Grand River and Lothrop Ave..
Detroit, Mich.

Gentlemen:—
I am interested in your prop-
osition and would like to 'wears
more information regarding same.

Name

Address

BOARD OF

Ties. F. Peasimaa

DIRECTORS

Philip Ilevitemer

Rowland Gnaw

Weber F. Haar Ulm Mdse.. Seely sad Treas.

J. C.

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