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PAGE EIGHT

SC UC T I KAWNINCS

Kelvinator Frees Homes from
Inconvenience of Old-Fash-
ioned Refrigerators.

Anyone who has lived in Detroit
for any length of time need not be
told of its manufacturing prowess.
Automobiles, adding machinee, paints,
stoves, overalls and cosmetics—De-
troit's manufacturing "menu" reads
like a page from an export catalog.
There is scarcely an article of com-
mercial importance that is not repre-
sented.
The last achievement to carry the
banner forward is the perfection and
exhibition Of Kelvinator, a domestic
electrical refrigerating unit. At 2051
West Fort street is a modern version
of Arabian Nights. Alladin's Lamp
never did more than is being done
here with a few simple principles of
high school physics.
Through the efforts of Kelvinator
engineers, the present day home has
been freed forever from the incon-
venience and discomfort of the old-
fashioned ice cooled refrigerator. It
has gone the way of the wash boiler,
sad iron, gas lamp and long tresses.
It is no more.
Instead of a cake of ice in the rea
d
frigerator, there is now a frost ce-
ered metal tank. Into the modern
home, in a volume that is mounting
by leaps and hounds, this little frost
covered tank is bringing perfect re-
frigeration, greater convenience, bet-
ter sanitation, and a brand of de-
pendability hitherto unexpected from
the old family ice ox.
Even clubs, yachts, hospitals, ho-
tels, laboratories, eta, are making
use of it. Wherever there is a need
for an extremely low, unvarying tem-
perature, maintained automatically
without human supervision, Kelvin.
ator may be found.
Kelvinator success is the forecast
of a new industry, or at least the ad-
dition of a new and highly important
service in the electrical specialties
field. By the same token, another
advance has been made in the Stan-
dard of living. Household labor has
been lightened; food preservation im•
proved, and health factors protected.
Kelvinator distribution today is
nation-wide. Its sales offices number
more than 400. From the exclusive
summer colonies of the Adirondacks
to the ranch house of the Pan Han-
dle, Kelvinator advantages are known
and appreciated.
Kelvinator is sold in Detroit and
vicinity by Heat and Cold, Inc., 4490
Cass avenue, New Thompson Arcade.

Selecting Awnings is
an experience that
housewives anticipate
with fascination. Our
materials are durable
and are made to with-
stand the elements.

"We keep out the sun"

Detroit
Awning Service Co.

305 Woodward

Main 7866

Cig•rs

Cigars

by

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ABE MANHEIM

Special Brands of Cig•rs of the
Very Highest Grade.

DON PANCHO DE LI.?LE
Made in Bond
Pure Havana

434 DIME BANK BUILDING

FORD TRUCK

A TALMUDIC SAYING
From my teachers I have gained
much lore;
From my fellow students greater
store;
From my loved disciples even more.

Pneumatic tires. A wonderful buy.

REO DETROIT BRANCH

THE HOME OF GOOD USED CARS
4104 Woodward at Alexandrine
Glendale 8176

PACKARD TWIN SIX

HENRY F. HURLEY

When you hear the price you will
want it.

Electrical Contractor

I

REO DETROIT BRANCH

Repair Anything from • Door Bell to
An Electric Mator.
4842 Hamilton Ave.
Glendale 0263

77

THE. HOME OF GOOD USED CARS
4104 Woodward at Alexandrine
Glendale 0176

R. H. D
house, Pres. ad Mr,
F. C. Diesselhotter, Treasurer
M. D. D
Ihouse, Secret ry

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D&C WIND
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Phone

SANITATI

'ION

Your windo
home furnishin
—dust is germ.
you can avoid it.

Window Shade Cleaners
and Manufacturers.
We Make Austrian Cloth and
Fang, Holland Linen Shades.
Curtain Rods,

other
..F.AN
ease—

We will clean your shades, repair
them and make them like new—and
furthermore, we guarantee our work-
manship.

Let us estimate on cleaning your
shades or making new ones--home
or oflice.

$2,800 Sacrifice

Good, complete, modern six-room home on Ilague Ave., between
Oakland and Brush. Nice kitchen, large light living and dining
rooms, fireplace, bookcases, entrance hall, three bedrooms, bath,
large attic, light basement. Hilt air furnace, garage. Good lot.

Price $10,500.00. Term..

THE LAMBERT REALTY COMPANY

Main

"WHITE STAR ROOFS ON EVERY STREET"

Regional Distributors

Keystone Roofing Mfg. Co.

Including

BUILDING PAPER

Miller House Cleaning Co.

3507 Gratiot Avenue, Near Moran

Cleaning all

painted walls, ceiling., paper, tapestries and woodwork;
also waxing and polishing floors.

Good Work and Prompt Service

Melrose 3061

ee -meemew

McDONALD'S WINDOW SHADES

Scalloped and Fringed • Specialty.
Full Lin• of Window Shades Made to Order
Curtain Rods. Rubber Matting, Stair Treads
L1
T..711.”, Main 1699
Cor. Grand River and Elizabeth

Zionist Cultural Society.
Israel Zilber will be the speaker at
the meeting of the Zionist Cultural
Society to be held this Monday even-
ing at the Jewish Woman's Club. Mr.
Zither will have as his topic "Balfour
Zionism."

Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society.
The May charity ball of the Ile•
brew Ladies' Aid Society will be held
this Sunday evening at the Kirby
Center. A home made luncheon will
be served.

Purity Chapter No. 359, 0. E. S.
A public card party will be given
by Purity Chapter No. 359, 0. E. S.,
on Monday evening, May 28, at the
Eastern Star Temple, West Alexan-
drine avenue. Members and friends
are invited. Prizes will- be awarded
to winners. The drawirig of the pair
of Japaneseeandlesticks will be held
then.
The annual children's party will be
held on the afternoon of June 11.

Blue Bird Girl..
An interesting meeting of the Blue
Bird Girls was held Tuesday evening,
May 22, at the home of Miss Anna
Gold, 665 East Kirby avenue. Final
arrangements were completed for the
dinner and theater party to be held
Saturday evening, May 26. The girls
will have dinner at the Hotel Taller,
commencing at 6:30 p. m., and from
there will go to the Garrick theater.
The outing to Orchard Lake sched-
uled for Sunday, June 3, has been
postponed to Sunday, June 10. The
uext regular meeting will be held
Tuesday evening, May 29, at the
home of 51iss Edith Sominsky, 565
East Palmer avenue.

Philomathic Debating Club.
Teh l'hilomathic Debating Club
will proceed out of the usual routine
this Sunday. The meeting will be
held at the home of Robert Bernstein,
962 East Euclid avenue, where a so-
cial will be held. There will be a
mock trial with Samuel Leibovitz as
the defendant, and Benjamin J. Salle
and William Knoppow as attorneys.
The prosecuting attorneys are Syd-
ney DeYoung and Isadore Berger.
last Sunday a current topics pro-
gram for probationary members was
held. The following participated:
Cohen, Zionism and the Jewish prob-
lem; I. Schlussel, the Jews in Poland;
H. Rosenstein, the automobile of
1973; S. Steir, immigration as an is-
sue in 1924; S. Talberg, the automo-
tive industry. Benjamin J. Saffir was
critic.

Sigma Rho Tau.
The Sigma Rho Tau Sorority an-
nounces plans for a summer formal
dance to be given in the rose room
at the Hotel Addison on June 22.
Further announcements will be made
later.

Kadimah Girls.
Plans have been completed by the
Kadimah Girls for an informal danc-
ing party to be held in the ballroom
of the Wolverine Hotel Sunday
evening, May 27. The Misses Besse
Grabow, Rose Gedrich and Anne
Manson, who are on the committee,
have spared no efforts in planning to
make this affair a social event of the
season. Tickets may be obtained at
the door or from the members.

Sigma Phi Gamma.
The first annual hayride of the Sig-
ma Phi Gamma Sorority, held Satur-
day evening, May 19, at Jefferson
Beach, proved a success. The cot-
tage was beautifully decorated with
sorority colors. Dancing, games and
a novel lunch followed the program.
Out-of-town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Benderoff of Toledo and
Messrs. Max Katz and Dave Kasdon
of Ann Arbor.
Miss Mildred Bachrach of 629
Hague avenue will be hostess at the
next meeting.

Avery Ave and (rand
Trunk 14. K.

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6'
North Woodward E. J. W. W. 0.
The North Woodward branch o
the European Jewish Women's Wel-
fare Organization Wednesday after-
noon, May 23, installed the following
new officers at a meeting held at the
horned of Mrs. Louis Friedman of
West Euclid avenue: Mrs. M. Gold-
berg, president; Mrs. George Cohen
and Mrs. Fred Epstein, vice-presi-
dents; Mrs. S. Schaflander, treasurer;
Mrs. Jack London, secretary.
The installation ceremony was con-
ducted by Mrs. Joseph Zuckerman,
president of the main branch of the
organization. Various talks were
given by new and retiring officers,
and reports were rendered on the
work of the past year. Encouraging
preparations are being made for the
activities of the corning year.
The planned campaign for mem-
hers woo discussed and a number of
workers volunteered to secure mem-
bers. Mrs. M. Goldatick, the retiring
president, announced that a get-to-
gether festival will be held at Belle
Isle on June 7.

Y. P. S. C. Girls.
At the meeting of the Y. P. S. C.
Girls held Wednesday, May 16, at the
home of Miss Tracy Flanders, 539
East Kirby avenue. plans were made
for the purchase of arm bands bear-
ing the name "Ypsc." The next meet-
ing will be held Wednesday evening
May 30, at the home of Miss Ida Ro-
senberg, 548 Ilendrie avenue.

6580.

Phones:
Northway 190:-1111

Fraternal and
Club Notes

.11e .

Clairmont Club.
The Clairmont Club deeply regrets
that it had to cancel the annual May-
time dance 4: the Kirby Center, be-
cause of the Shavuoth holiday. The
club will endeavor to treat its pat-
rons to a moonlight in the near fu-
ture.

Thalia Sorority.
The last meeting of the Thalia
Sorority was held at the home of Miss
Clara Wolgin, Wednesday evening,
May 16. The hike to Redford was
reported a success. The girls are
now planning an outing on Decora-
tion Day, May 30. All arrangements
will be taken care of by the enter-
tainntait committee. An open meet-
ing was held at the home of Miss
Gertrude Wolgin Wednesday even-
ing, May 23.

LETTER DESCRIBES
SUFFERING ABROAD

Hias Representatives Here in
Interest of Immigrant
Aid Society.

D. Keller, field representative of the
Hies, the Ilebrew Immigrant Aid So-
ciety of America, addressed a number
of synagogues during the week and
reports progress in the work accom-
plished in collecting funds for the im.
migrant aid society in Detroit. Mr.
Heller is continuing his efforts here
and mays he is encouraged by the re-
sponse made by Detroit Jews.
Extracts from a letter from the
Warsaw office of the Dias are descrip-
tive of the manifold activities in be-
half of the Jewish wanderer. The let-
ter was addressed to Isaac L. Asof-
sky, signed by A. S. Schluger, direc-
tor of Warsaw Hias. Extracts fol-
low:
"While the sufferings of our breth-
ren has not yet ended, I think that the
last chapter of the sufferings of the
Russian refugees has already been
written, and written in Danzig, on
Friday, April 13.
"On Thursday, April 12, I received
a long distance telephone call from
Danzig, telling me that the Danzig
a uthorities are closing the border to
the Russian refugees who are to get
out of Poland by the fifteenth, and
that I must come at once, for Mr.
Werosoub told me over the telephone
that he had already made an appoint-
ment for nie in the Danzig Senate.
"I arrived at Danzig Friday morn-
ing and was met by our Mr. Werosub
and the director of the Auswanderlag-
er. We immediately went to the Sen-
ate, there we were told that there will
be a meeting of the special committee
dealing with the subject of the Rus-
sian refugees and we should be pres-
ent at the meeting.
"Meanwhile, our Wercusub and my-
self went to the police station. There
we found that this order to free the
people had not come yet. We were told
to come back at five P. 51 The emi-
grants were, naturally, provided with
food. We reported to the police sta-
tion and at 5 o'clock promptly and
found that the emigrants are ordered
to return Poland. You can just imag-
ine our feelings. After an hour's
pleading with the Police Commission-
er, I succeeded in getting permission
for the orphans to remain in our care
in the Emigration Station, but the
rest of the emigrants, women, children
and a few men, were ordered back to
the railway station for deportation to
Poland.
"I have never witnessed a tragedy
so deep. I have never heard such
heart-rending lamentations as I was
forced to hear when those women and
children were led forth, surrounded by
a cordon of police in the direction of
the railway station. I have no words
to describe this heart-rending scene.
You know very well how hardened po-
lice, officials and policemen are, yet
even they, who led the procession,
were crying like children.
"It may be known to you that the
railroads running from Danzig to Po-
land have been assigned to Poland by
the League of Nations. Because of
that, the soldiers and policemen who
led the emigrants had met with some
complications at the station. The po-
lice commissioner was called to the
telephone. The police explained to
him their complications and also the
impression this little group of emi-
grants has made on them and the
crowds on the streets. For the streets
have immediately been filled with a
multitude of people, watching these
emigrants carrying their little bund-
les, and asking whether these people
are led into captivity. Whatever the
case may have been, the police com-
missioner turned to me, I was still on
the scene, and said: Take them, I com-
mit them to your charge, in the Aus-
wanderlager.
"Our Mr. Werosub immediately
went tee the station and I took the or-
phans to the Auswanderlager. When
Mr. Werosub announced to the emi-
grants that they are free, about six
of them collapsed. Of course, we had
to take wagons and bring them to the
Auswanderlager. And now, it is true,
that it is Hias that saved these emi-
grants, for the word of no other or-
ganization would have been taken by
the Danzig authorities as guarantee,
but it has been done after these poor
people hoe endured as much suffer-
ings. I had to stay in Danzig for an-
other day and had a meeting with the
Senate and influential people in town.
I organized a committee, and while,
officially, Danzig was against that the
people should be driven out of Poland
to Danzig, yet they withdraw the po-
lice from the station so as to permit
us to take the last remnant of the flee-
ing refugees under our care and pro-
tection."

LIEBERMAN'S

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FUNDS FOR NEEDY SICK

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Epstein of
8640 LaSalle boulevard celebrated
their fifteenth wedding anniversary
on Sunday evening. Tables were set
for 60 guests. The decorative scheme
was carried out in pink and lavender,
sweet peas and roses adorning the
tables. A rich musical program was
presented, the Misses Leonora Kauf-
man and Edith London giving vocal
solos. Abe Srere acted as toastmas-
ter.

Friends of Mrs. II. Harry Moss of
Gladstone avenue delightfully sur-
prised Mr. and Mrs. Moss on Thurs-
day evening, May 17, at a dinner in
honor of their thirtieth wedding an-
niversary. Forty ladies were in at-
tendance and Mrs. Moss was present-
ed with a beautiful gift by her
friends.

Mechanics Attention



We have on hand a few used corn
that need mechanics' attention.
These are priced to sell at once .

Why ride on a street car?

REO DETROIT BRANCH

THE HOME OF GOOD USED CARS
4104 Woodwardso Alexandrine
Glendale 6170

New Eastwood Inn Building to
Be Ready Decoration Day.

The Eastwood Inn, located at the
Eight-mile road and Gratiot avenue,
announces that the new addition to
the present building will be ready for
Decoration Day, with a total seating
capacity of 600. Joseph I'. Weyer,
the proprietor of the Eastwood Inn,
is known among his Jewish friends as
the former manager of the Phoenix
Club. The inn is open all year round.
Entertainment is furnished by An-
Airs. Ruse Solovich and daughter, derson's syncopated singers.
Ethel, of Virginia park have return.
ed from their winter's sojourn in
"Seventeen," a dramatization of
California, Arizona, Texas and Mex- Booth Tarkington's popular novel,
ico.
and which served Gregory Kelly so
well as a starring vehicle, will be
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Klein and their the offering of the Bonstelle Com-
mother, Mrs. Cora B. Simmons, have pany at the Garrick next week, be-
moved from 7414 Second boulevard ginning Monday night. It will also
serve to re-introduce Neil Martin to
to 2242 Hazelwood avenue.
a Detroit audience, he having the
Mrs. Sarah Fineberg of 1610 Wav- role which raised Mr. Kelly to stellar
erly avenue has as her guest Mrs. L. ranks.
a•
Kusmer of Cumberland, Md.

Mrs. Sam Smitt of Taylor avenue
left for New York City to spend a
month with her daughter, Mrs. II. G.
Warren (Helene Smittl, who is leav-
ing New York tee make her home in
Cleveland. 51rs. Smitt will also visit
with her father, Morris Gellert, and
sisters, also in New York.

SS FURNACES

SOLD BY THE MAKER DIRECT .\

TO THE USER

• nd the maker guarantee. suc-
cess backed by 50 yean of sac-
ce..ful operation. If you need
• good heater just phone us.
Phone Garfield 3722 and got
our price and plan.

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tut wi th any furnace. Send tar on
and phone for estimator to tell you
what your heating will cost.

HESS WARMING & VEN.
TILATING COMPANY

NONE
BETTER
8720-22 ARCADIA AVE.

...............

The Ladies' Auxiliary of Pisgah
Lodge No. 34, I. 0. B. B., announces
plans completed for the card party
to be held at the Palais de Danse on
June 12. There will be refreshments
and prizes will be awarded to win-
ners. Proceeds will go to charity.

BUILDING SUPPLIES

Ask U. for Prices and Estimates.

GRAVEL, CEMENT, LIME, DRAIN TILE, FLUE LINING,
PLASTER, SEWER PIPE, PARTITION TILE

A beautifully appointed shower
was tendered Miss Edith liermanoff
by the Blue Bird Girls on Saturday
evening, May 19, at her home, 323
East Warren avenue. This affair was
one of many given Miss Hermanoff,
who is a popular June bride. The
decorations were red and white,
roses adorning tables. Miss Herman-
off was the recipient of many beau-
tiful gifts, among them being a
beautiful large Roman cut work ma-
deira centerpiece presented to her by
the Blue Bird Girls.

H. H. DICKINSON CO



Nortbway 4170

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Holland Linens Our Specialty.

Miss Ada Fink was delightfully
surprised on Sunday evening at a
birthday party given in her honor by
Miss Camille Haas at the home of
Miss D. Greenbaum, 3755 Brush
street. Out of town guests were Iler-

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OISE TESTIMONY TO OUR
WORK

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For Automobiles, Truck, and Motor Boats

REO DETROIT BRANCH

THE HOME OF GOOD USED CARS
4104 Woodward at Alexandrine
Glendale 8176

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