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Blue Bird Girls.
the Blue Bird Girls
A meeting of
was held Tuesday evening, April 22.
at the home of Miss Edith Sominsky ,
565 East Palmer avenue.
flans were completed for the
bridge tea to be given Sunday after-
/I 4, at the Rotel Whittier.
S tiff ola Girl..
Estelle Wartell of Woodland The Suffola Girls held a bunco and 'Elie hostesses for the occasion are
:: nue was hostess at the 'ant meet- Midge party at the Y. IA 11. A. Sun-' the Misses Anna Gold. Edith Somin-
ere, eeds of the sIy, 1110 Greenwald, Tillie Halperin.
o g of the ()mega Epsilon Sorority, dav, also :1
Alma Kurtzman I
.sundity, April 20. Plans were cow- affair were goen to charm!;.
,a,1 Mesdames J. .k. Goldberg and M.
H e tet' for the May dance to be held
t the Stevenson Hotel May 9. The
following are the patrons mid ptin• I
bolo ••f NIr• oial meeting, will he held Tuesdxc
h.. held at
ronesses: Dr. and Mrs. A. K. berm ci.dh
'Alai 5, Tin , club I evening, April 29, at the home of
stein, Nr. and Mrs. Moe Ehrlieh. Mr
111 families with PHS.IVer Airs, J. A. Goldberg, 3450 Edison
and Mrs. Julius Wartell. The next .tatirdi
meetingwill be al the hoon , of Mk.
Birdie Williams of Mt. Vernon av, -
A regular weekly meeting of the
' . f the Stointl
was held at the hoone
Purity Chapter No. 359, 0. E. S.
f!'" girl- "'It I
'is , (1 , if, mie 11.,..a1 on Virginia of Miss Esther Newman, 526 1•1,t :-
Monday evening, April 2s, Purity
Chapter No. 359, 0. E. S., will hold auk., l'rfl--''' and I' ll ' l"" g• will h
made for the crud party to be held it
fin' it ,,,,t, , ,t.
an entertainment and dance at the il
the Wolverine Hotel on Sunday of -
Eastern Star Temple, 80 West Alex-
, ternoon, Aprli 27.
anslrine avenue. This affair will close
In honer of the past officers of the
The Philomat hie Debating Club I
made for a
the season of 1923-1924.
club, arrangements were
An interesting program has been
Ah.lisht"Ii" de-' dinner to be held Wednesday
arranged and will be followed with the I neffine T" ' Ile
by Sidney She eitz and Samuel' ing, April 30,
dancing. The program will start hated by
affirmative, and Bernard t by a
promptly at 8 o'clock. The members Schulman,
Al rt and William Kroger, negative. 1 The next meeting, will by held at
and their friends have been Invited. The vote on the question resulted in the home of Miss E. Goldman, '
r Alpert I Marston avenue.
to tie ant I NI r. Sh : .itz and M•
were deemed the best speakers.
Bicur Cholem Society.
The lust meeting of the Omicorn Philomathian, the club magazine, will
A regular meeting of the Bicur
Eta Sorority was held at the home of be distributed at the model meeting I
Miss Frances Lefkofsky on Phila- to be held next February. An invi. Cholera Society will be held Thurs.
delphia avenue. Bunco was played nation has been extended to all ;day evening, May 1, at
and refreshments served by the hos- alumni interested asking their assist- I Zedek Synagogue. The entertain-
iment committee has arranged an iu-
tess. The next meeting will be at the HIRT iu puling out t he 11111PaZine ,
. • •,
' teresting program fn
home cif Miss Julia York on Euclid
All members hav e b een urgeu
One of the events marking the' come, in view of the transaction of
campaign of the Ilebrew Orphan I important business.
Sigma Phi Gamma.
Home for funds with which to pur-
The last meeting of the Sigma Phi
Tau Sigma Rau, .
chase ii hatter hUilaintr, is the card!
Gamma was held at the home if Miss
A meeting of the Tau Sigma Rau
party to be given Tuesday evening . ,
Mildred Bachrach, 639 Vagueavenue.
e nter, Each Sorority was held at the home
Miss Belle Rosenthal, house guest of
h neva NI, auhron
table will receive prizes and refresh
o o f 2763 Ha
the hostess, was a guest of the even-
meats will be served. The entire pro- avenue.
ing. The next meeting of the c
ceeds will be devoted to the building the coming dance. Mrs. Frank P.
will be held at the home of Miss
, Turner will officiate as patroness fur
Dorothy Bornstein, Euclid avenue.
t le event, which will take place
9-Pc Genuine Antique
Walnut Dining Suite!
A STROLL WITH ASSOCIATES
RABBI OF GER .POLAND, OUT FOR
WHO ACCOMPANIED HIM -
evening, April 28, at S:15 o'clock at
a meeting of the ZionsCeultural So-
ciety at the Jewish Women's Club, 149
topic Will be "Judi:-
iS111 AS a Philosophy 'or Life." Ac.
to the usual custom, the ad-
will be followed by an linen
discussion. Detroiters will remember
Mr. Parzen as an active Ziouist and
one of the foremost .leaders in Noting
Judaea:1 work'. The 'Zionist Cultural
Society considers itself fortunate to
! have him as their guest at the coming
meeting. . -
J. N. F. NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. .A. D . Phili w had
as their week-end guests, Samuel Cor- ,
don and Rubin Finkelstein of the He.
bi.evir Union College.
Charlet Marienthal spent last week- I
Henry Girard left Wednesday for
New York City.
A Year to Pay Without Interest!
Lionel Ginsburg is spending the
week in Chicago.
HIS handsome suite, exactly as pictured,
is made of genuine antique walnut in
the Tudor Period design, beautifully
decorated with artistic hand-carving.
It consists of it 6f •-inch buffet, 6-foot ob-
long extension table, silver cabinet, five chairs
and an arm chair, with tapestry covered
Mrs. Robert. I.. Super and -son,
Robert, have returned from Jackson-
Miss Florence Beckman is t he
week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. 1.
This suite is. a beautiful example of the
finished craftsmanship of its noted Grand
You pay only a small amount down to have
the suite delivered to your home. Then while
, using it you can pay the balance in convenient
Next Flower Day 'June 15:-
Mrs. Sarah Marks and bliss Miriam
June 15, the first Sunday after
North Woodward Branch J.W.E.W.O.
A card party will he held at the Shabuoth, has been, fixed by the Jew- Starks are visiting in Detroit'.
home of Mrs. J. S. Helper of 227 ish - i National Fund Bureau for the
afternoon -eleventh annual Flower Day of
King avenue on Tuesday
' weekly amounts.
ut 2 o'clock. No tickets have been National Fund. 'friendly •irganiza.
to arrange on
distributed. There will he accom. OOHS are requested apt
modation for 400 people. Mrs. that day any affairs that might inter-
Bruno Manuel 'in a . German paper
Open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday 'Nights
J. Schwartz is chairman of the com- fere with the success of Flower Day.
writes of the concert hall of the future.
mittee. There will be a meeting of
the organization Wednesday after- 1515,000 i n
noon at the Jewish Women's Club
The continuous stream of Purim eyes in the concert hall. Ile will tuck
house, 89 Rowena street. The enter-
A g the Nationa l
-gift S rea chin
Beethoven's Ninth Symphony through
tainment for the afternoon will in-
re au for m er ica ha, passe
clude violin selections by Mr. Yush- 000 mark. The gifts are still pour- the epidermis, lap Schumann's tune
kowitz, accompanied by Mrs. W. ing in in large numbe/. A second pictures with a spiritual palate, per-
mit Liszt to pour through.his veina.
London. • "reminder" is now being sent to all
recipients of Purim receipt booklets Ile will see nothing. neither' how Bleed:
which have not yet responded, and directs nor how Klaiber swings his
"AMERICA'S FINEST FURNITURE"
it is hoped that it will bring many baton; he will be indifferent to the
expression of Strauss' . face. A con-
8432 Hamilton at Philadelphia
cert. is no longer an ocular matter.,
Twelfth Street Mothers Club:
The monthly meeting of the
With closed eyes we know how a con-
4721 Warren West at Thirtieth
$1,500 from Cleveland Council:
Twlefth Street District Mothers Club .
The Jewish National Fund Council ists.. It is an ideal way to appreciate
13506 Oakman Blvd. at Davison
will be held on Saturday afternoon,'
April 26, at the Hutchins School, car- of Cleveland, Ohio, has rernittetrto art. Ni, longer will-the auditor be ' I
ned of Wilson and Gladstone, one the National Fund: Bureau $1,50(1 in troubled by seats, neighbors, attend-
block east of Twelfth street, at 2:30 Purim gifts and land donations, Thi
or ushers. The' concert with-
m Collec! ants
out the concert hall is on the way.
Sirs. Ilarrock, secretary of the ' tions in the synagogues of the' city ;he frame is discarded and only I
Wayne County League of Women with satisfactory results.
sniffle music remains,' The music is ,
Voters, will address the women on .
heard by the man in the dark; with- 1
"What the Woman's Vote Should Ac- ' Largest Single. Purim Gift:
out other listeners or noise. Ile has I
Wolf Rechtman , •:f 123 West Thin no companions in' the copcert prison,
Dancing of the Virginia Reel and ' ty.third street, New . York City,.has no straight waistcoat of evening dress.
Euronean folk dances will follow the the distinction of having returned no stiff collars nor tight boots; he will
meeting. the largest Purim gift yet, received °it in his den, in slippers, ayd if he
rug on his
in response to a single Purim receipt is cold, he will.. put
Summer Night School:
booklet. He collected on this $5 honk- knees, put out the lights and com-
The Jewish Institute Summer let the sun: of $75.60, which included pose himself to stillness. He permits
•Name- the Philharmonic, the string quartet,
Night School will be formally opened a donaUon of $10 from the
, Tuesday evening, April 29, at 7 netz-Podelsk Sick Benefit Society,'
the soloist to come to him; he literally
'o'clock. Classes will be held through-
seizes then: from the air. in won-
out the summer season every Tues.
ders of redid are for the ideal music
Raskin Has Strenuoisi Week:
day and Thursday nights at the Jew-
. yiurselves at no:. The
During the week of April 6, P. M. lover. En ]:
ish Institute on High street.
For those living in the Oakland Raskin addressed National Fund architeot will solve all difficultiesi
district similar daises will be held at meetings
d won the prize, throuich tar l
and New alreay
I the North End Branch of the Insli• pool and Steubenville, Ohio,
lute, 1111 Westminster, every Nion.. Castle, Pa. The Palestine moving imigination of her architect. Al- -
day and Wednesday evening at 7 • pictures of the National Filial were ready on parchment they have de
o'clock. All clones will last until 9 shown in each of these Places and signed the corning concert hall. In thel
' like 1 , .
o'clock. over 81,700 raised in land donations sketch a tower pierces the clouds
a minaret; it is the
The opening night for the Oakland to the National Fund.'
coining music hall. The sparks cracklel
district night school will be Wednes.,
which•become sounds In the center of
New Golden Book Inscriptions:
day, April 30, at 7 o'clock.
cr anywhere r. se.
The National Fund Bureau for
This Company offers matoriiits protection front
the concert hall without other para-
Seminary Student Will Speak:
America has received during the past
loss thrnagh tier, theft, properly
Herbert Parzen, a student at the . week the following Golden. Book in- phernalia.
pnblie liability and collision on the basis above
' Jewish Theological Seminary of New scrintions: 1)r. Chain: Weizmann,
mentioned. This protection is available at
York, will be the speaker Monday scribed by the Texas State Zionist chestra plays; hangs the microphone.
, the world. in the
lower' rates and on a monthly
Organization, $100; Louis A, Freed,
adjoining rooms are further marvels. •
If ,s1 1 .
„, 1 president, and harry Sigel, treasurer
floors contain studios, experi-
Maximum Protection and Service at Minimum Cost
I 1 of the Texas Zionist Organization, Other
Ij I and Rabbi Morris W. Taxon of Dal- mental rooms, sleeping and guest ''l
Any Coverago — Any Amount
, las, Texan, all three inscribed by the apartments for the artists who come
I Texan State Zionist convention of Dom afar and :must remain the night.
April 6 and 7, 1924, $300; Julius Ila- The designs of the
ber, inscribed by the old Aunt ro-llun- are important. The drama mf the
• will he player with wind ma-
garian Zionists, $100; the late f
Raleigh 'Weintraub of Paterson, N. chines and kettledrums for the thun-
Nothing. for the eye, all for
J., inscribed by the local Zionist Dis- der.
The player who:acts in
trict, $1011; Robert Hershel Pine, in- the car.
scribed by his parents, Julius l'ines the radio theater will no -
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e York, $100; the late his part by heart. His effects will
and wife of Ni,'
Ninda Gittel ,''lienof
,''lien Scranton:, Pa.,• no longer depend on gestures, but on
inscribed by M. J. Cohen, $100; Zion- speech. The players of tomorrow
unlrelievable power of
ist District 16, East New York, $100. have aft
modulatiOn, the goottentrance will SW
liWIMIMISISAIVICISMA•aes. ..... WIMMAISIliditteWeleleVel‘.
10- t in favor of the good voice.
The radio palace will house the . Ve
Music Academy • and the School of f
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Wednesday, April 30, 10 a. m.
4303 FOURTEENTH AVE.
Pianos, phonographs, lamos, desks, davenports and library tables,
living, dining and bedroom suites, rugs, kitchen furniture, rockers,
chairs and benches, stands, pedestals and night tables, stoves of
most all kinds, etc.
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Behind the Policy
Regardless of 'cost, automobile insurance will prove
to the man who carries it UNLESS
o f little value
POLICY - IS THE KIND THAT PROTECTS AND
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when called upon. prompt investigation of claims
AND IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENT THEREAFTER.
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The young ladies of Cm Jewish
Young Peoples Society gave an at-
tractive leap year dance Tuesday,
April 15, at the community center.
The hall was artistically decorated
with spring flowers. The committee
in charge of the arrangements were
Stella A. Thal, Annabelle Korklan,
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Studebaker Special Six Touring Car, 1923
Studebaker Big Six Coupe, 1924
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Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Thal enter-
tained their family and a number of
friends at Sedar Friday evening,
A pril 16
Dramatic Art. While it is at work ;
ill. The microphone 0
all must rennin -till.
is like a spy, it hears .everythine•
it will regis-
Should a chair
ter that and the record must be twin
- out. The concert hall 1,1 the future ;
turmoil, and the listener will imagini•
that he is assisting
orter R. Schulhof;I-Imminent im- 1
has bee r ,e
p ter and manufacturer,
appointed chairman of the Port ,:f ,
Because of the first Sedar being on New York Authority. As ehairman, ;
chief tiguro' /
Friday evening, religious services', Mr. Schulhof ,will he the
ambitious port development ;
were postponed until Sundae morn- , in the
and a.:- /
ing. The sermon for the day wag, plan-
bent their efforts. The st
1 sociates have
'' "The Significance of Passover."
between New York iotil /
One of the most impressive re- , rangement
been opposed chietit j
ligious services of the year wax the ; New Jersey, has
community Seder Sunday. April 20. ,,,, certain railroad interests. One o /
a belt line
. ' rail
it , entral features
O ne hundred guests gathered
I i is
ected to reduce freioio j
c was con_ : road. It
part in the service, which
ilueted by the officiating rabbi, sm.
eel Gordon. The tables were deco- t terminal congestion
rated with baskets of spring flowers.1
SPEAKS ON 30 YEARS: MINISTRY /
The community wishes to thane Mrs.
I. Onpenht•im and her able commit- I
tee for the pleasure and inspiration 1 Dr. Stephen S. Wise gave the first ,
received on this occasion.
of a series of addresses on "My s
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NAMED PORT CHAIRMAN
Will beautify the old home
and end your roofing
white Star Roofing
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Goldfarb and Thirty Years' Battle in the Ministry" /
and Free Synagogues,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Thal motored to at the York.
Coital Dr. Wise derided the
Detroit for the week-end.
who urge silence
when "Jews are assailed and libeled.
recuperats Referring to what he ternted "battles
Airs. Samuel Schnee
ing from her recent illness.
for civic righteousness," Dr. Wise
said: "It is no joy to cry protest
Theodore Ileavenrich, son of Mr. against the defilers and despoilers of
and Mrs. Max Ileavenrich, is ill at a city's life, but when it must he done
St. Mary's Hospital.
then it is the business of the minister
f .1' ion to speak out, no matter
Ms Josephine Cohen of Denver,
who be hurt."
, Colo., spent a taw days in the city.
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