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April 25, 1924 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1924-04-25

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PAGE EIGHT

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GIVES FIRST 'TALK
ON PALESTINE TOUR

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arsenal

The Cost of Spring
Suits is Very Little

when you consider the great
amount of wear one can get from
a good looking suit. A suit will
save your coat and dresses many
times. We have a very complete
showing at moderate prices.

25 ® to 75 ®

David A. Brown Speaks at April
Meeting of Hadaesah.

David A. Brown delivered his first
public address on his recent tour
through Palestine at the April meet-
ing of the Detroit branch of the
Wednesday
Organization,
dassah
evening, April 23, at the Shaarey le-
dek Synagogue.
Mr. Brown told of the work of the
Hadassah organization under the di-
hould be ceratauele•tod to ti.• offic• at The
I rection of the "Florence Nightingale
All ...dot e
Horns end other local
5 o'clock Wodoosday •I wooers in order to App.., in tho cu rrrrr oroclee
Chromic!. by
received not low I of Palestine," Henrietta Szold. The
Issue. Phone Glendale 9300, Society Editor. Hail Bookn oas to n
' Hadassah has charge of the medical
time W.d...4.7•
unit, the clinics, the milk stations and
Mr. and Mrs Leo Butzel have re- I
of the
Miss Emma Butzel gave a farewell
il we
of lfare work
I chd
told scorch-
luncheon Thursday at the Women's turned from White Sulphur Springs, lines
people wai ting in the
ing sun and in the rain for the treat-
City Club in honor of Mrs. Walter W. Va •
Ileavenrich, who leaves the first of
.alexander spent last iment which is given to all who apply ,
Milton M
I . despite the lack of facilities a nd
May for llolland.
week-end in Columbus, Ohio.
The difficulties surrounding
dends
the work, he said, are accentuated by
Mrs. Isaac Strausa of Chicago is
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Van Vliet the fact that there are no waiting
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Belle took their departure on Friday for
Mayer of the lintel Addison. Mrs. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.,- where they rooms for the patients and those ac-
Strauss came on to bid bun voyage will open their new home. They will companying them.
Laud. Hadassah Workers.
to her nephew and niece, Dr. and Mrs.
be away about it month ..
Mr. Brown paid a tribute to the
Willard D. Mayer, who left for a
Hadassah workers who, he said, are
year's; trip abroad.
Mrs. Walter S. Ileavenrich sails on inspired. They use no time-clocks
May 3 on the steamer Rotterdam for but do their work cheerfully. Ile
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Sloman and Europe, where she will visit her sis- said that no better monument could
Samuel Sloman returned on Tuesday ters, Mrs. Conrail Craandyk and Miss be erected by a wealthy Jew than a
(ruin a two months' trip to Cuba, Ja - Marie Marymont, who live in The nurses' home for the untiring work-
maica, Nassau, Panama and Ber- Hague, Holland. Mrs. Ileavenrich ers, who are the "balance wheel" in
muda.
will spend about two months abroad. Palestine. They are trained social
workers and doing their utmost to
James I.. Van Vliet has returned aid in making Palestine a modern,
Mrs. Hugo Freund and Mrs. Joseph
Welt returned Sunday from a visit in to the University of Michigan after

spending the spring vacation with his livable . country.
New York.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Van Vliet of , I .Mrs
Cooper, at assisted
by
Miss Abraham
llarriet Ingersol
the piano,
Mrs. S. A. Rosenberg and daugh- Edison n avenue.—
I sang three German songs before the
ters, Irene and Madeline, of the Ho-
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goldberg have I lecture. Reports by the chairmen of
I the various committees were given.
tel Addison have returned from a
week's stay at the Park Hotel, Mount returned from a trip to Washington,
•.
D. C.
Clemens,
RUPPIN WILL NOT RESIGN
---..
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hersh and I FROM ZIONIST ,EXECUTIVE
Look Mendelsohn has returned to
,
Buffalo
of

Herbert,
the city after spending the winter in small son, David
LONDON.—(J. T. A.)—The ru-
Europe, also traveling in Egypt and N. Y. spent the Passover ho l idays
mors
that Dr. Arthur Ruppin, agri-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
the Iloly Land. Mrs. Mendelssohn is with their
'
cultural expert and member of the
still abroad and will not return for co llerah of Hague avenue,
w
Zionist
executive in Palestine, would
several weeks.
Miss Gertrude Smith of 266 Er - resign from his post were denied here
,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blumberg and skine street has returned from spend- by the Zionist Organization
At the same tinte that this denial
family of 2284 Taylor avenue have ing a delightful Easter vacation with
moved to their new home at 2446 her sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. was made, it was indicated that there
exists
a difference. of opinion be-
Carl
Dement
of
the
Hotel
Admiral,
West Euclid avenue.
tween Dr. Ruppin and the other mem-
Chicago..
On Sunday, May 4, Dr. Leo M.1bers of the executive concerning the
Miss Jessie Phyllis Kopatz of Tay-
lor avenue has returned from an ex-
Franklin will speak in St. Louis un- I future colonization policy of the
tended trip to the East and will spend
der the auspices of the Y. M. C. A.; clared
executive
in Palestine.
It was
de-
that Dr.
Ruppin would
present
the Passover holidays with her par-
his views to the Jahres Konference,
of that city.
'
ents.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Silverberg gave and "will not resign if his•policy is
- ,,accepted."
Mrs. I. Williams of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
At a banquet given him before his
a reception Sunday evening, April
her
sister,
visiting
ocv
l:s
se
oern
,.
has
b
;pro
20, at the Wolverine Hotel, to an , departure, under the chairmanship of
f 322
the engagement of their Nahum Sukolow, Dr. Ruppin stated
U
avenue, left for home Tuesday, after nonce
ughter,
Helen,
to was
William
Boekky. that he was satisfied with the results
The
French
Room
artistically
da
a two weeks' stay.

SUIT SHOP—HEYN'S FIFTH FLOOR

EYN

HWOME NS WEAR
Woodward Avenue

Between Grand River and State.

The Bernard Shop maintains the
most varied collection of frocks in De-
troit and so moderately priced as to
make them exceptional values. The
new Summer styles are here, fash-
ioned of the fine French silk crepe,
georgette and crepe de chine—the lab-
tics Detroit finds on smart for after-
noon, dinner and evening wear. : Beau-
tiful models in all colors and with a
distinct individuality in each gown
which makes them offerings that only
The Best Shop in Town for Gowns"

For Spring and Summer

and children's aprons, etc.
S We for are women's
showing most complete displays of

CORES of crisp, new, Springlike fabrics

dainty cottons and mixtures. In Ginghams,
particularly, the offerings are especially in-
viting and embrace a very broad showing.
The Fabric Shop is a very inviting place to
shop these early Spring
days.

The

J. L. Hudson
Company

decorated with a profusion of spring of his work in the United States. •
Milton Sorock, son of Dr. and Mrs.
E. M. Sorock, was bar mitzvah at flowers. Al . Dewey's orchestra fur- SIX JEWS ELECTED TO
the Shaarey Zedek on Saturday, niched the music for the 225 guests
ITALIAN PARLIAMENT
,
April 12. Dr. and Mrs. Sorock were attending the reception.
1
at home to their friends on Sunday,
ROME.—(J.T. A.)—The elections
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leikson of
April 13.
Oakman boulevard have as their to the Italian Parliament resulted in
the seating of six Jews, one on the
and
guests
Misses
Sally
Dollinn
The • North Woodward Branch of
ticket, three on the Socialist
the Jewish Women's European Wel- Bertha Schorr of Cleveland. Fascisti
Reformist ticket and two on the So-
fare Organization will give a public
, cialist Maximilist ticket. i
card party at the home of Mrs. Hel-
In connection with this election, it
per, 227 King avenue, on Tuesday
will be recalled that although the
afternoon, April 29. Prizes will be'
Jewish population in Italy is not
awarded at each table and refresh-
large in numbers, many Jews are
ments will be served.
PRESS-WE1NSTOCK prominent in social and poltfical life,
The marriage of Miss Dorothea having found no obstacles to their
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Daniels of Chi-
st•
cago are visiting their parents in this Weinstock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. entrance
It was
only recen
ly, under therein.
the Fascisti
regime,of
Mu ..
city. Mrs. Daniels was formerly Ma- H. instock, to Louis Press was I
so B. Wed under a canopy of smilaxls°11ini. that some signs of anti-Semit-
bel Porvin of Detroit.
and roses at the Stevenson Hotel, ' ism Jew
became
apparent.
The
has been
elected
on fact
the that
Fas-
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Deutsche and April 15, at 730 p. m., Rabbi J. L. I a .
The bride was cisti ticket, at the present time,
daughter of Cleveland have returned Levine officiat ing.
ld seem to indicate that the
home after visiting Mrs. Leon Gold- charming in • gown of white romaine 1%112n fathers of the Fascisti move-
1
smith of 55 Massachusetts avenue.
crepe trimmed in beads, her veil b e- anent, wh.ttch . has become extremely
held in place by a crown of beads. m
nti- enu ic isi all countries but Italy,
Mrs. Jack Wagner of Brush street She carried a shower bouquet of anti-Semitic distinguish between Jew
do not now
entertained Tuesday afternoon, April roses and lillies of the valley. Mrs.
15, at her home for her twin daugh- II. Brownstein, sister of the groom,
ters, Marcelle and Sarnia, celebrating attended her as matron of honor and and Roman.
ZIONISTS
their fourth birthday. Covers were was gowned in black georgette trim-
en
if teW
_ SFCO
RSE . D T I. N A .M O
laid for 15 children at the table. A med in beads and carried a bouquet
uquet

Marriages

luncheon was also served to the moth- of orchids and roses. Dr. Freedman
MOSCOW.—
ers of the small guests. The little acted as best man. Miss Laura Ellis, of the 60 Zionists arrested here have
Misses Wagner are grandchildren of Miss Reba Press and Miss Rosalie Ma- been released. This number includes
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Frank of Vir- donus were bridesmaids. They were Belkowsky, Bichowsky, Lebedinsky
ginia park avenue. gowned alike in orchid beaded ro- and Tschudakoff. It is expected that
maine crepe dresses with hats to the release of the others will soon
Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Slobin and match and carried bouquets of Amer- take place. The reason for their in-
children of 1,409 Burlingame avenue icon beauty roses. Jack Fischer, carceration is still unknown, inas-
are spending Passover week at the Charles K ahn and Kam Keller served much as there is no Zionist organize
Hotel Elkin in Mount Clemens. Mrs. as
ushers.
At laid
the for
dinner
following,
covers
were
50 guests.
Bas- tion in Russia, and no official Zionist
Slobin recently returned from Hot
Springs, Ark., where she went to re- bets of sweet peas, roses and lillies activity.
gain her health.
I
centered each table.
The out - of - town guests were
Julian Zemon and Victor Klein Charles Kahn of Muskegon, Barney!
have returned to Harvard after 'ress of Somerset, Pa., and Dr. and
spending their spring vacation with Mrs. Charles Davis of Denver, Colo. I
The couple left for an extended'
then. parents.
trip through the East. 1
Mrs. Mark Alpern is spending sev-
eral weeks with her parents in Os-
coda, Mich.

have to show.

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000020,,,„0

1522 Broadway

On. Door South of Capitol Theatre

That Old Suit is
Good for
Another Season

Don't throw it away! Just have it cleaned by
wonder at the remarkable improve-
. and you will

ment we have made with it. And look at the sew-
■ new suit when your old one can

ing! Why buy

be

made to answer

rose

the purpo•e? Just phone Mel-

6570.

ODORLESS AND PERFECT

The Forest Cleaners
and Dyers

"A Modern Plant With Modern Method."

533-37 Forest Ave. E. Phone Melrose 6570

Mrs. Robert Lohengrin is spending
two weeks in Mount Clemens.

SPECIAL CARDS AND ENGRAVINGS
-- FOR —

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stoll and Miss
Anna Stoll are spending 10 days in
Atlantic City.

MOTHER'S DAY

SHE MAN'S



Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kraus
(Rose Kolomer) announce the birth
of a son, April 18.

Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Kaplan and
Miss Mildred Simons are staying in
Lakewood, N. J.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stein (Ida
Erusall) of 2182 Webb avenue are
receiving felicitations on the birth of
a daughter, Shirley Mae, on April 20.1

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Simons are in
Atlantic City for the present. Miss
Sylvia Simons, who has been studying
in New York, is with her parents.

Engagemritts

Y11111

Opening @Announcement

The Franco-American Importing Co.

The Franco-American Importing Company wishes to inform the worthy public of the opening of one
of the most exeliedNe food stores at

8751 TWELFTH STREET

Which is the only one of its kind in the city of Detroit and one of the very few throughout the
country. Our buyer has spared no effort in obtaining the highest grade foods from all foreign coun-
tries and parts of America, where top-notch quality food products are preserved. We are certain to
please the most discriminating testes and cordially invite fastidious people to our opening. on Satur-
day, April 26, where we are mire they will be convinced.

SATURDAY, APRIL 26

OPENING WEEK SPECIALS

Extra Fancy Columbia River Salmon, large tins
Extra Fancy Columbia River Salmon, small tins
King Oscar Sardines, large tins, two for
King Oscar Sardines, small tins, three for
Spiced French Sardines, per tin

Gingharns and
Wash Fabrics

40c
22c
35c
25c
10c

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levenson of
East Warren avenue announce the
engagement of their duaghter, Ade-
line, to Sydney Tauber, son of Mrs.
R. Tauber of Virginia park.

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Mayer of Colum-
bus, Ohio, have announced the en-,
gagement of their daughter, Aileen, I
to Newton King, son of Mr. and Mrs. I
David King of Whittier Apartment
Hotel, 400 Burns drive.

OBITUARY

MRS. RACHEL EDWARDS
The death of Mrs. Rachel Edwards,
widow of the late Aaron Edwards, oc-
curred April 21. Mrs. Edwards is
survived by her children, Mrs. Esther
Singer and Isadore, Max, Nathan,
Paul and Jennie Edwards. The funeral
was held from the family residence,
320 Horton avenue, Wednesday af-
ternoon, Rabbi Henry Berkowitz of-
ficiating.

HARRY GUROWITZ
Harry Gurowitz died April 21 it
his home. 3502 Brush street, at the
age of 58 years. Mr. Gurowitz came
to Detroit from Winnipeg 28 years j
ago and had made his home here I
since then. Ile was a member of the
Shaarey Zedek Synagogue and of Pis-
crab Lodge No. 34, I. 0. B. B. The
burial took place Thursday, Rabbi
Hershman officiating, at Clover Hill
Cemetery. Mr. Gurowitz is survived
by his wife, Sarah; three daughters,
Mrs. Wilford Cohen, Mrs. Alvin
Fruech and Mies Fannie Gurowitz,
and three sons, Harry, Abe and Sam.



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