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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1921-11-25

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CLIFTON ATINUI • CINCINNATI 20, 01110

PAGE SEVEN

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UKRAINIAN REFUGES
SEEK RELATIVES HERE .

FOR THE BRIDE

and

HONOR MAIDS

Wedding costumes in fashion',
latest development, interestingly
revealed. Bridal gowns and
veils, going-away costumes„ • '
travel wraps and Bridesmaid
dresses. Suitable selections
whether the wedding is to
be marked by elaborate
church pagentry or sim-
ple as the most unos-
tentatious taste might
prescribe. Inspection
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DETROIT.

Christmas Time
Is Lamp Time

A tasteful lamp is an especially desirable gift for
those whose regard you sincerely value. It is a
constant reminder—and a happy one. Netting's
showing of Christmas Lamps and
Lighting Effects is a variety of selec-
tion from which any taste, any purse,
may be gratified. Do not fail to see
this, our Most gorgeous Lamp display.



Viarola Lamps
Davenport Lamps
Chair Lamps
\\- • te.,, Floor Lamps, Regular and Adjustable
Junior Floor Lamps
Bridge Lamps
Library Table Lamp.
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Desk Lamps
Silk and Parchment Shades and
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Candlesticks
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Nleoische Mandel, Kishin•tT, seeks' ing•
Noichim Mandel, Cen Cameron avenue.
Mrs. Joseph 1.inx of Sandusky, O.
As rum St is Ay, Kishinetf, Morris
formerly of Detroit, was it rec•n
Shechter, 2(11 Weitsein Mreet.
visitor
in the city for a few days.
Semen Vesloomahetz, Kishinetf, seeks
Dawid Waintza aig, 160 Wilkens street.
Miss Aimee Rosenthal of Tenny-
son avenue spent a few days in Ann
PHILOMATHIC CLUB
Arbor the past week.

necessitating the
Circumstances
Handel Ehrlich, son of Mr. and
postponement of the debate 1111 the Mrs. Moe Ehrlich of Edison avenue,
question, "Resolved, That there sheeuld 0' HS soloist let the Belgium Sehool of
he an educational test as a require- Violin concert given at the museum
ment for voting.' The question will
Sunday Inst. his rendition of
lee argued at the meeting this Sun- the "limy Airs from Sarasate" was
day evening. I. It. Schulman and .1, enthusiastically received.
Schlulinan have been preparing too
argue the affirmative, and I). Baruch,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Frank have
together with 1. Falk, have elected to taken the Meyer Frank home. on Bur-
defend the negative.
lingame avenue for the winter
The date of the Philomatic banquet
months clueing the absence of :Mr.
riait ham or
is jats,,t ,o4uptiTratte•htiieni n g .g
most' and Mrs. Frank and family in South-
ern California.
painstaking manner ley the •ommitteel

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BRAUN-SAMUELSON

51 iss Ruth Samuelson and Amos A.

Braun 14 Pontiac, Stich., were united
in marriage on Sunday afternoon in
the parlors of Temple Beth El, Rabbi
Henry .1. Berkowitz officiating.

Mrs. NI. Mendel announces the mar-
riag• of her daughter, Molly, to Sant
Harris, on Sunday evening, Nov. 27,
at her home, 311 Palmer east.

alirtly3

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gam (Esther
FriedmnanI, 973 Warren avenue east,
are receiving congratulations on the
birth of a son, Daniel Harry, Nov. 15.

T h e N e w

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lasky of
Chestnut street are receiving con-
gratulations on the birth of a daugh-
ter, Shurley, Nov. 15.

Metallic Hats

Lend Luminous Touch

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steinberg of
1674( Virginia Park are receiving
congratulations on the birth of a
son, Robert Edgar, NOV. 12.

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51 r. and Mrs. Bernard Samuels
(Sylvia Albert) announce the birth
of a SOH, Aubrey Theodore, Nov. 4.

CINTILLATING metallic hats of silver

and gold combine with the evening
costume in a brilliant pictorial effect.
Garnitures of Monkey Fur, tiny sprays of
ostrich, joyous French flowers and contrast-
ing chenille complete the picture. $20.00
to $30.00.

51 r, and NIrs. Sidney I.. Alexander
eef 11172 Glynn court are receiving
cong•ratulatioens on the birth of a son,
Junior, Sunda)', Nov. 13.

NIT% and Mrs. Louis .1. Kapettensky
announce the birth of a daughter,
Fagot An Ile, 011 NOV. I

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ORGANIZE PAST MATRONS'
CLUB OF PURITY CHAPTER

On NOV. 17, a Past Matron's Club
of Purity Chapter No. 359, Order of
Eastern Star, was organized at the
nine of NIrs. Joseph Zechnuen. All
past matrons were invited to become
members in order tee m'alier the chap-
ter and keep in closer touch with all
its workings. The past matrons are:
Mrs. Sam Smith, Mrs. Mark Mitsh-
kun, bins. Jacob Heratein, Mrs. Wolf
Kimble', Mrs. Jacob Loewenberg, Mrs.
Max Grossman, Mrs. lIarry Grant,
on arrangements, of which II. II. Platt
Mrs. A. Stralser, Miss Sadie Goldstein,
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Berger of 3025 Mrs. Harry Schiller, Mrs. Abe Glazer.
is chairman. Philomathians are clam-
Mrs. Sam Smith was elected presi-
oring fur "the biggest and best ban- East Grand boulevard have gone to
Los Angeles, Calif., where they will dent and Mrs. Wolf Kaplan, secre-
quet in the history eef Philomathic."
The Philomathic teams will enter- make their future home.
tory and treasurer.
tain the Bichur Cholera Juniors at the
Shaurey Zedek, next Thursday eve-
Returning from New York, where
BNAI MOSHE
Y. P.
ning, Dec. I. Dan Budnitzky and R. he spent the past week, is Joseph Ma-
R. Kollman will meet H. Platt and zer of Atkinson avenue.
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Max Cohen in debate
A gay crowd of young folks danced
ous question. The four are the old- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Bieberstein and enjoyed the hard time party given
est members of the organization, are
omit son, Robert, of Elmhurst avenue by the Young People's Society of
talented orators, and in all probabil-
have returned from St. Louis, Mo., Mimi Moshe at their synagogue on
ity will provide n debate of no eereli-
where they spent several weeks visit- Garfield avenue.
nary character.
Prizes were awarded in a dancing
ing with relatives and friends.
At 5:30 o'clock next Sunday eve-
contest to the winners and also tee the
ning, the Philomathic will meet at the
Following a trip to New York and guest who were the most picturesque
Farnsworth Synagogue, between Beau-
costume.
bien and St. Antoine, instead us here- Washington, where he spent the past
The affair proved to be a success
fortnight, is Albert J. Leavy of Long-
tofore.
and the organization wishes tee ex-
fellow avenue.
press its appreciation and thanks be
those whose patronage it had.
HUNDREDS OF JEWISH
A. L. Swegel of Hotel Charlevoix
The organization, though but a year
EMIGRANTS ARRESTED spent the past two weeks in Boston
1,1d, has made rapid progress. Under
and Worcester, Mass.
the auspices of the Intellectual Ad-
DANZIG—(J, T. A.)—The police
vancement Committee it is enjoying a
Miss Fanny Rosenberger has re- lecture course on the Bible ley Rabbi
here have conducted a series of raids
of emigrants and have arrested hun- turned from a trip to New York City. Samuel Sachs, and at intervals other
dreds of them in the streets. They
speakers eef prominence are heard.
were packed in police patrols, hurried
Mrs. David Mitchell of Seward ave-
All young folks desirous of joining
off tee police headquarters, where they nue is spending the winter months in are cordially invited to attend the
were confined without even a hearing. Los Angeles, Calif.
open meetings, notice of which will be
Jewish refugees en route from Po-
given through the Chronicle.
land to Danzig are subject to special
Mrs. M. C. Funke eef John R. street
examination at the frontier. In many entertained delightfully at luncheon
cases they are beaten by Polish of- and bridge at her home on Thursday
ficials, arrested and detained for sev- last.
eral days.

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The engagement has been an
flounced of Miss Harriet Cohen,
slaughter of Mrs. A. Cohen of 601
Medbury avenue, to Albert Lebowitz.
The reception will be held at 135 Hol
brook, Sunday, Nuv. 27, from 2 to 5
and from 7 to 10 p. m.

seeks M. Lessin, 790 Rice arch street. one-act comedy by Zona Gale, pre
,,,,, ,,,,k, sented by seniors of the Hightail(
Sonia Bchstein,
s or
ren
l'ark High School in the auditorium
Saul 'lecto r, 190 Hastings street.
Anchel Shuher, Kishinetf, seeks of the school on Friday night.
,, if of
,.._..
Max Itierack, 557 Hastings street.
Mclean
el-min avenue
Edwin A. 1vf,,
Ides Roitbarg, Kishinetf, seeks Niel-
vel Raitbarg, Care of Goldman Bros., hue returnee' rin a few days' stay
in New York City.
393 Hastings street.
Janke] lolugich, Kishinetf, seeks Rica
Miss Sadie Selminsky, head of the
Nemirevsky.
Aryan loran 'Mow, Kishinetf, seeks Franklin Street Settlement House,
has
returned from Kansas City, Mo.,
I,. Marrow, ffill Hoddric street.
Schiku Rosehtsehansky, Kishinetf, where she went us a delegate to the
eeks Sent Palstin, 455 Hastings street, Loyal Legion convention.
— --
care of T. Rabinowitz.
Men. M. Dettlebach of Chicago is
ChaM today, Kishineff, seeks M.
Zack, 377 Erskine street. spending a few weeks at the home of
Sorel Brin, Kishinetf, seeks Pesi • her father, Victor Slesinger of the
Krivelky. Victory apartments, Collingwood ave.
Sorel Brin, Kishinetf, seeks Rivea nue-
_ ..___
Lerne•r.
bliss Frances Rosenberg of Roches-
Livsa Malaimul, Soroca, seeks Sura
ter,
N.
Y.,
is
a
guest
at thee home of
Cupargondsky.
Ruehel Melnicow, Kishinetf, necks Mr. and Mrs. hurry H. Berger of
Schmil Melinicow, core of Herman 51arlborough avenue.
--
Eicher, 435 Hustings street.
Manta and Ilaika Hotin, Roumania,
Dr. M. E. Kohn and Samuel D.
seeks Froika Beni, 56.1 Kameron ave- Kohn were among the guests at the
nue.
Pittsburgh-Washington and Jefferson
Nlasia
II(etin, Roumania,
Elik and
and Haika
Kilo Shechter
and M. Universities alumnae dinner-dance at
seek
the Hotel Addison last Saturday
Donlaii, 554 Katneron avenue.
M. , night. Returns of the Michigan-Min-
Eidea Goiher, Kishinetf, seeks
,i,o5;si oe e ta glum, were rec ived by special
Goiher, 182 Reveal street.
Lips, ' Kishinetf, seeks
Schinion
Moische linker, care of Robinovitz,
ertheimer
M r. and Mrs. Arthur Wertheimer
Brush street.
; of 309 Tuxedo avenue have moved
Volko Weiner, Kishinetf, seeks Jacob, to 341 Tuxedo avenue.
K upertnan, 1033 Rose I at reef.
Leiwi Birlerner, Kishineff, seeks
Miss Lena Michaelson was ten-
Max sate, Goldman Bros., 393 Heist-
,lured a surprise party in honor of
ings street.
Lolea Eaten, Kishinetf, seeks N. llor- birthday by 311 of her friends at her
eowitz, IiIel Hastings street. home on Euclid avenue Friday aven-

15024 Randolph St.

I

iiitgatirturnts

Ukrainian refugees now in Rou-
mania are seeking their relatives in
Detroit and vicinity through the Joint
Distribution Committee. Wolf Lin-
denbaum of Kishineff seeks Muses
Miss Nina Friedman, daughter o
Lindenloaum, 4(15 Third street, Bay
o
Fe
City. All the others sought have their Mr. and Mrsa. Nathan ridman
addresses given, in Detroit, as follows: Rhode Island avenue, was a menthe
Riwka Zaniechewskaia, Kishinetf, of the cast in "The Neighbors," 1

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weinberg, who
have been in New York for the past
two months, visited with relatives
and friends, is in the city en route
to their home in Prescott, Mich.

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IN MEMORIAM

In loving memory of our darling
Returning from Traverse City, mother, Mrs. II. L. Goldman, who
where they spent the past four died five years ago Nov. 23, 1915.
months, are Julius Steinberg and the
Misses Irene and Birdie Steinberg eef Oft and oft our hearts do wander
To the grave not for away,
Hendrie avenue.
Where we laid our darling mother,
Mrs. A. Klein of Chicago, who is Just five years ago today.
spending a few weeks in Mt. Clemens, Gone and forgotten by some she
might be,
was in the city the past week the
But dear to our memory she always
guest of relatives an dfriends.
will be.
Iler Loving Children.
The class of beginners in French
that has been formed through the
In
loving,
memory
of our beloved
Jewish Woman's ('lob meets on Wed-
nesday morning from 10 to 12 at the son, Merman Rosenberg, who died
club house, 89 Rowena street. Nlem- three years ago today, Nov. 23.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Rosenberg,
hers are urged to join all classes in
Brothers and Sisters.
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VICTOR KOLAR, Conducting

SMETANA—"From Bohemia'. Fields and Meadows"
NOVAK—Slovak Suite (First time in Detroit)
DVORAK—Fifth Symphony "From the New World"
Slavic Dances.
NOTE:—The overwhelming and tremendous rush for tickets at
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Shetzer of West Grand boule-
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City the past week.

Following a trip to New York and
Boston, where he spent a feu• days,
is E. Weil of West Grand boulevard.

J. B. Brown of Lawrence avenue
has returned from a trip to New York
and Washington.

Returning from a few days' stay in
New York, Atlantic City and Boston
is II. J. Brownstein of Hotel Taller.

B. Bressline of Taylor avenue spent
the past few weeks in New York and
Boston.

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