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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1922-01-20

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AVINUI - CINCINNATI 20, OHIO

PAGE SEVEN

THEPOROIVINISII ORM ICLE

ocial and
Personal

Mrs. Jacob Ilerstein of East Gran(
boulevard has returned from a pleas
ant stay in Chicago, where she visite,
with relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Wetsman of Fred-
erick street have left for Southern
California, where they will remain
for the winter months.

Returning, from a several days'
visit in New York City is M. Lands-
berg of Lawrence avenue.

Wee Fashion Ways

Mrs. L Sillman of Cadillac are -
nue left Wednesday last to spend the •
inter months in
remainder of the winter
California.

SYLVIA SIMONS TO
BE SOLOIST WITH
DETROIT SYMPHONY

Mr. and Mrs. J. Berman have gone
Miss Sylvia Simons, Detroit pianist,.
to visit their children, Mr. and Mrs. will be soloist with the Detroit Sym-
Morton Meister, in Hollywood, Calif. phony Orchestra at its Sunday after-
—. noon concert, Jan. 22, Victor Kolar
Julius Fisher has returned after conducting.
spending the past week in Grand Rap- ,
Miss Simons will play Schumann's
HS and Shelby, Mich.
Concerto in A minor, Opus lid, for
the piano and orchestra, and Tschai-
The Misses Helen and Mabel Klein- fowsky's "Capriccio" (Italian). The
smith of 1698 West Philadelphia ave- orchestra will give Sibelius' tune
nue entertained at a theater party
Tuesday at the Temple, followed by
a luncheon in honor of the Misses
Rae Meyers and Ann Kitay of Peoria,
Ill., who are the guests of Mr. and •
Mrs. M. Meyers of Calvert avenue.

1230 Woodward A

Mr. and Sirs. Sigmund Brian, who p ,
L. Schulman of Cadillac avenue left on Saturday for California, were
delightfully
entertained at a surprise
spent several days in New York and
party last Wednesday evening, ten- .
Boston the past week.
dered them by the Jolly Ten Club, of
Babies have a genius of being becoming to
which.they are members, at the home.
Returning from New York, where of Mr. and Mrs. J. Harrison of 8050
anything dainty—just the way violets are
they spent several days, are the Third avenue. At midnight a well
becoming to Spring. Babies were made
Misses Oppenheimer of Rhode Island appointed luncheon was served to the'
for naive trifles of satin ribbon, for bits of
avenue.
laces, spun of moonbeams, for flower-soft
following: Mr. and Mrs. SI. Gross-
lengths of fairy fabrics.
man, Mr. and Mrs. I. Kleinsmith, Mr.
(
Returning to Salt Lake City, Utah, and Sirs. I. Cohen, Sir. and Mrs. S.
after several weeks' visit with her Brinn and Sir. and Mrs. J. Harrison.
"Hlerelanin..R.
children, Mr. and Sirs. Gene Levin
of West Grand boulevard, is Mrs. S.
Miss Sadi• Jacobson of West Phila-
Levin.
delphia entertained Friday evening in
honor of her brother, I. Jacobson,.
COW. WOOD.. I. Mil
J. Simons of East Grand boulevard, who left Sunday for Europe.. Among
who was a recent visitor in New York the guests were Mr. and Mrs. 1. Ja-
DETROIT, MICHIGAN
and Boston, has returned to his home. cobson, 5liss Harriet Cohen, Miss
Dorothy Lebowitz, Mrs. Freda Cohen,
Alexander Friedman of 20 Chicago Deborah Ruth Siegrist, Miss Jean-
boulevard has returned from a week's nette StarikotT and the Messrs. Al-
`'F‘
visit in New York City, where he was bert Lebowitz, Max Lebowitz, Philip.
MISS SYLVIA SIMONS
Levin, Julius Goldstein, Herman 're-
will be discussed by the organization. a guest at Hotel Stotler.
poem,
"Sinlandia;" a "Scherzo for
lenoff and Oscar Silverman.
The meeting will conclude with a
Mrs. S. Kane of Cleveland, Ohio, is
S (rings," arranged by Sir. Kolar, and
dance in the gymnasium.
'Two
Armenian:
Settings," by Gnu- d
spending a few weeks with her chil-
Miss Edith Rambar entertained 30
dren, Mr. and NIrs. Nathan Mande- young . people last Saturday on the.( leniam
New Year Book:
Miss
Simons'
skill
and artistry was
berg
of
Pingree
avenue.
occasion of her fourteenth birthday
The Temple Year Book of 1922 has
rought to the attention of the city S
at her home, 134 Ford avenue.
arrived from the printers and will be
nd state when she was the Michi-
Mrs. Maurice Kallmeir of West Eu-
a
in the homes of congregation mem-
clid avenue have left for an extend-
The Triangles held their monthly gun championship at Ann Arbor in
Sunday Services:
bers within a week. The book con-
Of unusual interest is the an- tains material of unusual interest ed visit in California.
smoker at the home of 51. Orman, a contest held at Ann Arbor. Later '
nouncement of Rabbi Franklin's this year and should be a handy refer-
followed by a luncheon and entertain- slie was awarded the Detroit cham-
Edwin Jacobs of 15 Virginia Park ment provided by the committee.
I donship in a meet held under the
book-sermon for Sunday, Jan. 22. ence book to members in connection
auspices of the Federation of Musical
is spending the winter in Southern
Rabbi Franklin will discuss "If Win- with congregational activities.
California.
I. Jacobson of 1952 Seward ave- Clu bs.
ter Comes," a new book by A. S. M.
Miss Simons is the daughter of
nue
left
Sunday,
Jan.
15,
for
New
Hutchinson, which is attracting com- JR. WELFARE SOCIETY
A meeting of the Highland Park York. From there he sails on the Mr. and Sirs. D. W. Simons of Pallis-
ment in every English speaking coun-
COMPLETES
PLANS
FOR
Circles
of
the
Conservation
League
ter
avenue.
SS. Paris for a two months' tirp
try. The services at the Temple be-
SECOND ANNUAL DANCE took place at the home of Mrs. Max abroad.
gin at 11 o'clock. The public is cor-
Velick,
149
Massachusetts
avenue,
on
dially welcome.
WV.*
Rabbi Henry J. Berkowitz will take I
The Junior European Jewish Wo- Wednesday last. Infant garments
men's Welfare Organization this were made for the community cen- part in the installation services of ;
Sabbath Services:
Rabbi Henry J. Berkowitz will week completed its plans for the sec- ter of Highland Park. The next meet- Rabbi Samuel J. Harris at Coiling- I
preach at the regular Sabbath service ond annual dance to be given on Sun- ing will take the form of a luncheon wood Avenue Temple of Toledo, 0., '
this week. Services begin as usual day evening, Feb. 5, at the Addison at the home of Mrs. N. N. Sperlich, Friday evening, Jan. 20.
Sirs. A. Goldberg of New York City
Hotel. The committee in charge an- 444 Colorado avenue. Members are
at 10:30.
announces the betrothal of her daugh-
nounces that a number of unique en- urged to bring material suitable for
Miss Sadie Iluttner of Kokomo,' ter, Rae, to Harry Siderman, son of
the
making
of
infants'
garments.
Ind., is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I. Mr. and Mrs. Si. Siderman of this
tertainment numbers have been secur-
Men's Temple Club:
Rosenberg of East Boston boulevard. city.
Norval) A. Hawkins, official of the ed in addition to the good orchestra
Mr. and Mrs. John Ginsberg of
General Motors Corporation, will ad- music.
Mrs. Harry Cohen of 5749 Second
The tickets are selling rapidly, ac- Taylor avenue are spending the week
dress the Men's Temple Club at their
Mr. and Sirs. II. B. Webber of 1990 1
boulevard entertained at luncheon Gladstone avenue announce the en-1
January meeting, Tuesday. Jan. 24, cording to reports, this promising to in Cleveland, Ohio.
and
cards for her sister, Mrs. A. Ilel-
at the Phoenix Club. Dinner will pre- be o n e of the finest affairs of the sea-
gagement
of their daughter, Jeanette,
L. Myers of McLean avenue has re-
cede the talk.
son.
ler of Boyne City, Mich. to Victor J. Rosenberg, son of Mr.
The proceeds of the dance will go turned from a several days' trip to
and
Mrs.
M. Rosenberg of this city.
toward assisting the European war New York and Atlantic City.
Professor Freehof's Lecture:
Sir. and Mrs. Louis Sehlussel of Reception Sunday, Jan. 29, 2 to 4
533 East Ferry avenue celebrated and 7 to 10
Professor Solomon B. Freehof will and pogrom orphans. The junior or-
.p. m. No cards.
Returning from a several months' their silver wedding anniversary Sun-,
speak on "The Rise and Development ganization is assisting the senior
of the Synagogue" at Temple Beth body in the work of bringing orphans trip to Germany, where he visited (lay, Jan. 8, at their home, with a re-
with relatives and friends, is Berman ception from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. A
El Friday evening, under the aus- from Eastern Europe to America.
Schoenfeld of Taylor avenue.
buffet luncheon was served at 6
pices of the Men's Temple Club. The
o'clock. Mr. and Sirs. Samuel Silver
public is cordially invited to these WON'T DO JEW AN INJUSTICE,
Miss May Jacobs has returned to of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sil-
talks.
PROFESSOR FORCED TO QUIT
BUDAPEST.IJ. T. A.)—The Hun- her home in Chicago after spending berblatt and Mrs. Harry Jacobson of
garian Minister of Education has sus- two weeks at the home of Mr. and Toledo and Mr. and Sirs. Maurice
Junior Young People's Society:
VORIS-GLUCK
Sanft of Mt. Clemens were out-of-
Fred M. Butzel will talk on "Ju- pended a teacher in the gymnasium Mrs. A. Jacobs of Virginia Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gluck of 587
town guests.
venile Courts" before the Junior at Miskolez because he refused to
Chandler
avenue
announce the mar- I
Miss
Fern
Jane
Goldberg
of
Du-
Young People's Society Sunday af- give his consent to the exclusion of
luth, Minn., was the guest of relatives
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Shaarey riage of their daughter, Rose, to
ternoon, Jan. 22. Important business Jew ish students from his classes.
and friends in the city.
Zedek announce a card party to be William Voris, son of Mr. and Mrs. I
held Jan. 31 at the Federation build- Isaac Voris of Chicago. The cere-
Mrs. Louis Loewenstein enter- ing, Hancock and Second avenue. many, which was performed by
tained delightfully at luncheon fol- The proceeds are to be used for a, Rabbi A. M. Ilershman, was wit-
lowed by bridge at her home, 80 Passover table for the Jewish stu- nesse(' by immediate members of the',
()nip Gahrilowitsch, Conductor
Massachusetts avenue, on Wednesday dents at Ann Arbor.
family. Following an extensive East- I
ern wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Voris'
last.
POPULAR CONCERT SUNDAY, JAN. 22, AT 3:30
will make their home in Chicago.
The
last
meeting
of
the
Paramount
Victor Kolar, Conducting
Sirs. Joseph Silberstein has moved Club was held at the home of L. n-
Soloist — SYLVIA SIMONS — Pianist
from the Addison Hotel to the Rosa- ler, 574 Ilendrie avenue. Two new
KOHANE-CAROL
lyn Helen apartments, 1558 Glynn members were admitted. An enter-
JANUARY 26 AND 27, AT 8:30
SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Sims an-
court.
tainment followed the business meet-
Soloist — ALEXANDER . SILOTI — Pianist
nounce
the
marriage of their daugh-
ing.
Sirs. Si. J. Rambar of 134 Ford
ter, Miss Florence Carol Sims, to Abe
YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONCERT
avenue entertained 16 guests at a
Kohane,
Sunday
evening, Jan. 29, at
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Marwil and
Victor Kolar, Conducting
luncheon on Wednesday afternoon, family are now located in their new 6:30. Reception at 8:30. Ballroom,
Talks on the Orchestra, the Music and the Composers
complimenting Miss Meyers and Mrs. home, 1936 Longfellow avenue.
Hotel Statler. No cards.
By Robert De Bruce.
Gumbiner, who are visiting relatives
Season Tickets for five Concerts, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50, $2, at Grinnell's
in the city.

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ZEIREI ZION WILL FORM I
ENGLISH SPEAKING BODY

The Detroit branch of the Zeirei
Zion, the Zionist organization of
Jewish youth, this week initiated
plans for the formation of an English
speaking branch here. Aaron Kur-
land, who has been active in the Yid-
dish speaking group, is in charge of
the formation of the new branch.
Those desiring to affiliate with the
society are asked to get in touch with
Mr. Kurland at 10275 Delmar ave-
nue
The Zeirei Zion was addressed last
Sunday on the question of "Jewish
Minority Rights." Si. Lachovitzky
will address the organization this Sun-
day on the "Palestine Workers' Bank."

Y. P. S. OF B'NAI MOSHE

Rabbi Samuel Siegel, who is in De-
troit as director of the Hies Bureau
for Michigan, will address the Young
People's Society of B'nai Moshe
Thursday evening, Jan. 26.

IN MEMORIAM

In loving memory of my darling
sister, Sadie Nederlander, who pass-
ed away two years ago, Jan. 6, 1920.

January recalls sad memories
Of my dear sister gone to rest,
But the one who is sad and lonely,
And misses you, dear,
Is the one that loved you best.
Her lonely sister,
MRS, A. LIGHT,
Long Beach, Calif.
Formerly of Kansas City, Mo.

In memory of our beloved son and
brother, Morrey N. Mendelson, who
departed from this life on Jan. 22,
1920.

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ROSOFF-FREEDMAN

United States Ambassador to Japan
Mrs. E. Freedman announces the
Charles B. Warren and Mrs. Warren marriage of her daughter, Jeanette,
of Detroit were recent guests on the to N. Ted Rosoff of Saginaw, Mich. j
United States cruiser Huron, flagship
of Admiral Joseph Strauss, com-
mander-in-chief of the American
fleet in Asiatic waters, at Yokohama,
Japan.

Dr. and Mrs. Albert II. Krohn an-
nounce the birth of a son, Bernaril l
Grover, Jan. 14.

Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel A. Siegel'
(Marion Fishbaine) announce the'
birth of a duaghter, Elaine Ruth, on
Dec. 27.

Sir. and Mrs. Morris Wolk (Ada
Gorelick) of 313 Englewood avenue
announce the birth of a daughter,
Dorothy, on Jan. 11.

DIRECTORS OF JEWISH
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION
MEET SUNDAY, JAN. 21

The Board of Directors of the Eu-
ropean Jewish Women's Welfare or-
ganization, met Saturday evening,
Jan. 14, at the home of Mrs. Bernard
Levin, 612 Kenilworth avenue. Sirs.
Fred Epstein acted as chairman, with
Mrs. Schneiderman as secretary.
Luncheon was served after the meet-
ing.
The next meeting of the Board of
Directors will he held at the home of
Mrs. Fred Epstein, 545 Mt. Vernon
avenue, Saturday evening, Jan. 21, at
8 p. m.
Mrs. Stirs donated a diamond laval-
liere to be raffled and the proceeds
turned over to the society.
The next regular meeting of the
Welfare organization will be held on
Monday evening, Jan. 30, at 8:15 p.
m., at the Mogen Abraham synagogue,
Farnsworth street. All members are
urgently requested to attend.
A meeting will be held by the North
Woodward Branch of the Jewish Wo-
men's European Welfare Organiza-
tion , Wednesday Jan. 25, at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon, at the B'nai B'rith
clubrooms.
Dan If. Sofer will render a piano
I solo and a vocal solo will be rendered
by Mrs. Silverstein.
Refreshments will be served.

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I. 0. B. B. AUXILIARY

You are not forgotten, brother dear,
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Pisgah
Or will you ever be;
Lodge, No. 34, I. 0. B. B., will hold
As long WI memory lasts
its next meeting Monday evening,
We will remember thee.
His Loving Parents, Brothers Feb. 6, at 8 o'clock, at the B'nai B'rith
and Sisters. clubrooms, 25 Broadway.
The regular charity sewing was
In loving memory of Max Benja- held Monday afternoon at 1:30 at the
clubrooms.
The ladies will sew every
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15, 1917, on the 21st day of Tebeth. Monday afternoon at the same time
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