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AUXILIARY OF PISGAH

,01101.

:

Mrs. Max May will return from
Johnston City, Tenn., next week.

M rs. E. J. Weil entertained with a
luncheon and mah jong Thursday,
April 17.

Mrs. Adolph Sloman, Mrs. William
Itindskoff, Mrs. Leon Van Vliet and
Miss Sarah Minsky are leaving for
Saginaw Sunday to attend the meet-
ing of the State Federation of Tem-
ple Sisterhoods to be held in that city
Monday.

to $450

Kano-less Alexander liatvany and
Emil Amherg returned on Mon.
day from a visit with Dr. Samuel Am
byre at the Mayo Clinic. Dr. Amberg
accompanied his sisters to Detroit.

ll .000wAlle a Part

No connection with any other store

Accolirstiuf"PitAtel -10440

IS,
n-
g.
to

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Markowitz
Mollie 0. Goldman have returned
• from their honeynwen and are at
home at 2940 East Grand boulevard,

ng

LAilied -( 1 .RU.13Y '

1529 Washington Boulevard Adjoining Steller Hotel.

Never in our ilistow

such
have we
alarOe assortment

of Beautiful After-
noon and Evening
Slippers for your

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– RUBY

)-t0;1-5 ARE 1\10T
theti PRIQED

Suacits
+4051LCZY

ur. sz Moor.0

Overlooking the Town of Romeo, 36 miles north
of Detroit, on paved highway.

Monte modern in every respect. 15 large rooms;
three bathrooms; large woodshed ; large attic, spa-
cious stone basement under entire house. Both hot
air and steam furnaces; city water and well; large
garage. Long cement driveway leading front street
to residence and garage.
Many shade trees and apple orchard.

Owner is willing to make reasonable terms with
chaser. For price and information apply

pur•

Stephens State Bank, Halfway, Mich.

Telephone Roseville 114.
Visitors wishing to inspect property should
apply to caretaker on the place, Samuel Mc-
Cullough, corner Prospect and Gates Street,
Romeo, Michigan.

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BICUR CHOLEM WILL
STAGE GALA EVENT

Sponsor Presentation by Detroit
Community Theater.



LETTER. ES 0

Sirs. liattie Lippman, 11. J. Lippman,
Leon Lippman, Jeanette Lippman,
Mr. and Mrs. Slobin, Mn. and Mrs. '.
In loving me story of Mrs. Anna
Gelman and daughter-in-law, Charles)
' Goldstein, Ida Goldstein, Bowline Goldgleid, who departed April 27,
Goldstein, A. A. fleas, Bess Haas, I 1922.
Mae and Ruse Polinsky, Tilde Freed.(
Gone. dear mother. gone forever.
man, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldman,
Row we mins your /trailing fare,
Ilut you left ins to remember.
Ilarvey and Irene Goldman, Mr. and
N e on earth ran take your place.
Sirs. Phil Cohen and son Arthur, Sir.
and Sirs. Wilford Goldman, Leona
The days are sad without you
And nothing seems luvt Hybl
and Louis Payne, Alice Ilersch, Mrs.
A fare we dearly loved ha. eon,
Rose Hersch, air. and Mrs. Fantel,
A heart vo kind and bright.
II. Bernard and Mrs. Harris.

ADAPTO Shoes come In all sees up to I I, all widths,
(AAA to ERE) all styles, leathers snd models. Also
boots with medium and MIA wide tops.
Priced at 810 and up.

Said exclusively by

LANE BRYANT

1452 Farmer
Near Woodward

St.

John R,

The Gem in the Eye
of @Admiring Man

Chooses ever so carefully the requisites for
added facial charm. She knows the fascin-
ating tint. The art of application is her
second nature.

So it's the brand—the maker's name on
the package—about which she must be so
particular.

At Shapero's she (may we be just a
bit more personal)—YOU will find the
truly famed, the most appreciated, the
adorable things.

They are here in abundance. The very
powder you seek, the very rouge, the very
pencil or stick, the very what-not—each in
just the package to please your feminine
fancy.

DO drop in ! On the way down town.
After the matinee. Cold refreshment at
the fountain,

Store Open from
Eight to Six

(IMERiC4S

FNESt DRUG STORE

IN MEMORIAM

'Na garment made by me is ri ght

until my customer is satisfied." 1

HARRY HERSH

408 Park Avenue Bldg.

C ar. Adams

Park.

I SUITS $ 8 5 AND

SALES BOOKS—Duplicate, Tripl k ate,
Qu•druplIc ate.
SHIPPING TAGS — Merchandise Tate,
Prse• Tags, Factory Tap.

FOR SALE

ADAPT() SLOES

with their scientifically constructed arches, narrow bed
fitting, and other features especially designed to meet
the requirements of stout women, allow the freedom
and ease of movement that spell gracefulness.
ADAPTO
At Lane Bryan's you will he expertly fitted to
Shoes by men who have been personally trained by
foot
opechilist.
Dr. Byron Schindler, the famous



1

This beautiful house, located on one of Highland Park's choicest and
r i nostvaluable corners, one block from Woodward. Built for home, artistic
n every detail, and contains every modern convenience. Shown only by I
a
a ppointment. $10,000 down will handle it. Call after Sunday, Hemlock 7196

.

A. DUGGAN

6321 Maplewood Ave, Detroit, Mick.
Phone: Garfield 1669
GUM TAPE—Plain and Printed.

ute•

If you are considerate of your Mends. you will be
oretul In your selection of footwear—for
most L
out
feet are your best friends! Ispecially if you are st out
of figure, your shoes must fit perterth, and, above all,
must give your foot arches the proper support.
they

allarli•trairdlos

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‘ 30111. friend s

Denies Discrimination Against'
Jews in Miami Hotels.

SEMINARY STUDENT
TO GIVE ADDRESS

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season.


Y. W. H. A. NOTES FORM

FOR SALE
Beautiful Residence With Five
Acres of Lawn

oCtoos

Men's Club:
On Wednesday evening, May I4,
the Men's 'female Club will present
Herman Bernstein, editor of the .1t w-
ish Tribune of New Yon Hr. Bern-
MRS. HARRY FLEISHMAN
auxiliary, and her associates am ong ' stein's subject will be "I ow Anti-
are
Semitism
Came to America."
t h e 0 flicers and the committees
planning to make the dance the out-
standing event of the organization's

I Editor of Detroit Jewish Chronicle:
Recently an editorial entitled "Seg-
The Detroit Community Theater, •
comprising the city's most talented rogation Is Surrender" appeared in
anti ambitious dramatic talent, will the American Hebrew, in the course
present "John Ferguson" Slay 15, 8 of which Jewish tourists were advised
Rabbi and Mrs. Henry J. Berko- o'clock, at McCollsiter Forest1 to stay away from Miami because of
witz left last Saturday night for a
auspices reports that the hotels of Miami were
t venue, under the
I C :
twain.
days' stay in French Lick, Ind.
discrimination
SI il- practicing
t la the Blear Choler)) Society.
---
tired Henry, whit started her stage ca- i Jewish tourists.
Mrs. B. G. Morris and Miss Helen I I
After an exhaustive investigation
?Jerrie will leave ,Sunday for Buffalo rear in Ann Arbor and won recog-
and Niagara, where Mks Morris will nition an the Pacific coast, will play I of the situtaion, I ant prepared to an-
' nuance authoritatively that the hotels
appear as piano soloist with orches- I the
part the
of the
leading lady. there will in Miami proper are exceptionally
After
performance
ree from anti-Semitic discrimina-
I ms.
- be dancing from 11 till 1 after mid- f
tion. As far as the City of Milani
,
Miss Sylvia Jackson has just re- night.
Manual M. Rosenthal, Empire Beach is concerned, the southern half
turned she
from attended
a week's the
stay
in Flint, 7401 and Norman M. Snider, Cadil- contains a number of first-class ho-
fraternity
Where
lac 6849, have been appointed to re- tels where no discrimination is mac-
party given by the Alpha Beta Tau ceive reservations for the play and ticed. It is only against North Mi-
, at the Durant lintel. Miss Jackson
ami Beach that any complaint can
the dance.
was the guest of her cousin, Miss Lil-
be made, and that is because one man
lian SetT; during her visit.
in that section owns and controls sev-
eral of the leading hotels. Even here
Mr. sad Mrs. Rubenstein, I. M.
there are good prospects of an im
proved situation in the near future.
, and .1. Rubenstein and Mr. and Mrs.
The advice that Jewish tourists
J. Levy of Port Huron spent Pass- Herbert P•reen Will Speak on Juda-
over week, in Mount Clemens at the
should stay away from Miami is
ism as Philosophy of Life.
hasty
and unfair. If allowed to gain
Hotel Elkin.
headway, it may do great injury to
Herbert l'arzen, who is studying at
Miss Belle Rosenthal of Omaha, the Jewish Theological Seminary, Greater Miami and particularly to the
Neb., is vsiiting Miss Holdred Bach- New York, will address the Zoinist Jewish community therein.
I trust that the Jewish press of the
rach of 639 Ilague avenue.
Cultural Society at its next meeting,
country will do its duty in bringing
Monday evening, April 28, at 8
the
true facts to the attention of the
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Fischer an- o'clock, at the Jewish Women's Club,
nounce the bar mitzvah of their son, 89 Rowena street. Mr. lumen will Jewish public.
Sidney, at B'nai Moshe Synagogue, speak on "Judaism As a Philosophy
JOSEPH JASIN,
Saturday, May 3.
Rabbi of Temple Israel.
of Life."
Mr. l'arzen is director of religious
Mrs. H. Gordon of 2515 Chicago work at the Young Women's Ilebrem•
PERFECTION LODGE
boulevard gave a luncheon-bridge and Association in New York, He has
mah jong at her home on Tuesday, spoken before various organizations
Perfection Lodge, No. 486, F. &
April 22.
in New York and neighboring cities. A. M., will hold a special communi-
Together with his wife, Mr Parzen cation Wednesday, April 30, at 1:311
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour II. Frank. is visiting his parents here.
p. m. E. A. degree. Banquet a
Iline left last week for an extended l'arzen before her marriage was 'Miss 6:30 fur members and lathes only.
western trip.
Sylvia Goldsmith, daughter of Mrs. Dancing from 9 to 12.
Henry Goldsmith, formerly of this
C. K. SANDORF, See.
Miss Laura Ellis, Miss Rosalie Ma- city and now of Los Angeles, Calif. By Order of JOSEPH KLEIN, W. M.
donus and Miss Reba Press enter-
tained at a personal and miscellane-
ANTI-ZIONIST
ous shower in honor of Miss Dorothea
WORLD ORGANIZATION
Weinstock, a bride-elect of this
month. A buffet luncheon was served Hike:
JERUSALEM. — (J. T. A.) —An
The next hike will take place Sun.
to 35 guests.
day, May 18. Will the girls who are anti-Zionist International is the latest
Mrs. Harry Brownstein entertained interested please register at the club- step taken by the Executive of the
at a miscellaneous shower in honor house before that date.
Palestine Arabs in their fight against
e
of Miss Dorothea Weinstock, a bride-
the Balfour Declaration and
-
elect of this month. The bride was Y. W. H. A. Seder:
I creation of a Jewish National Home
the recipient of many gifts.
The Y. W. H. A. sponsored the in Palestine. The Arab Executive,
Sedorim last Friday and Saturday in meeting here, decided to take steps
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frank and evenings. Judging from the enthusi- towards the formation of a world m-
family of 1120 Chicago boulevard asa: of those who attended, bothaf- ganization to he known as the "De
have returned from an extended trip fair, were very successful. Sir. Weiss tense of Palestine."
and Aaron Rosenberg conducted the i
to Florida.
The meeting also decided to offer
services ably. We hope that the sue- honorary membership in this anti-
Simon Pfeiffer of linflila. N. Y., cess of this year's Passover celebra- Zionist world organization to King
spent the last week in D•troit before Lion may serve as a precedent for fu- Iluessein of Ilt•djes, the newly pro- .
going on a trip to Chicago. During ture years.
claimed caliph, and his three sons,!
his stay in Detroit he was the guest

Feisul, king of Mesopotamia, All cum-,
of Miss Ethel Grauer of 327 East Monthly Meeting:

The big monthly meeting takesa m ender of the Iledjee forces and
.
Palmer avenue.
a. k ei.; 1•'. nir Abdullah, ruler of Transjor:lania
place Sunday, April 27. The ,.
Miss Sadie Meisner has returned fine program which was announced
JEW BUILDS LARGEST
from a visit to Miami, Fla., and is in The Chronicle last week will he a,
THEATER IN FRANCE
now residing with Mrs. Fannie Dok. treat to our members. The 1'-Knot
tor, at the Chatham Apartment Ho- will come out at this time.
PARIS.—(J. T. A.)—al. Leonard
tel.
Mother and Daughter Week: , Rosenthal, the wealthy Paris diamond
The big Mother and Daughter night merchant and philanthropist, who is
Miss Josephine Tobias, who has
been visiting Mrs. Morris Friedberg at the clubhouse will he on Wednes- known as the King of Pearls" and
of Virginia park, has returned to her day night, May 7. We hope that the who recently write a novel Which
home in Oklahoma City, Okla.
"Y" members " their mothers will created a stir in literary circles, has
take advantage of this opportunity of
bought
the
Hotel
in the
The following Detroiters are spend- meeting each other and seeing a very
Champs
Ely
sees
for Dufayel
the purpose
of
ing Passover at the Hotel Elkin in splendid program given by the • earl-
II. A. . constructing on its site the largest
the
Y.
Mount Clemens: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. ous
of be
organizations
Refreshments
w ill
served
at the theater in France. The Hotel Dufayel
Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Cole-
I was the International Press Club dur-
, man, A. J. Coleman, harry Coleman, completion of the program. Please
the Peace Conference in 1919. Si.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gerson, Mr. and call the clubhouse if you are corning. ing
Rosenthal is putting the sum of 1 1,-
. Mrs. N. Haden, Sir. Payne, Mr. and
1(00,000 francs into the undertaking.
Mrs..I. W. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Y•ICaot:
Show your true "Y" spirit by pun- —
Allen. II. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Gold-
man Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, Mr. Por- chasing a Y-Knot at the monthly
shel, I). E. Greenstone, Mr. and Mrs. ,— on Sunday, April 27.
Duscoff and daughter, Mrs. S. D.
Mendelsohn, Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Lachman, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Steals!
ser, Mr. and Mrs. Steingold, Nathan I
Steingold, Mr. and Sirs. Otto Gold-I
standt, Mr. and Mrs. lb -left Lowen-
.1 71""''
h
erg, Mr. and Mrs. E. St. Rosenthal,

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Jacobs (Paula
Stark) of 2227 Clairmount avenue
announce the birth of a son, Leo
Samuel..

n

Professor Freehof to Speak:
Sunday, May 1, the pulpit of Tenn
ie Beth El will be occupied by Pro-
fessor Solomon It. Freehot of the
I Hebrew Union College. 11r. Freehof
is well known in the Detroit cam.
amity, having spoken here many
times before, and will no doubt at-
tract a large congregation.

Mrs. Louis Rosenthal and children
of Virginia park have returned from
Miami Beach, Fla., where they spent
t he winter.

BSI Eat@

c.
Df

Quiet Hour of Musk:
The twenty-seventh Quiet Hour of
Music will take place on Sunday,
April 27, at 4 o'clock, the program
lasting one hour. Mrs. Leona Eleock
Mitchell, soprano, will be the soloist.

Mrs. Harry Farbstein returned
Thursday front Cincinnati.

youthful hip-length coats, most decidedly dashing for Spring
afternoon and evening wear. A few of the many types, includ-
ing Beige Caracul, Cocoa Fox collar; Beige Caracul, Viatka
Squirrel collar; White Coney, Hudson Seal Collar; Cocoa Coney
with Hudson Seal collar; White Coney, Grey Krimmer trimmed.

CS

e given by the Ladies Auxiliary of ,
isgah Lodge, Na. 34, I. 0. B. It., at
Sirs'
Intel Steller, Sunday, Apri
Sermon
Fleischman, president of the Neat Sunday's
la
Sunday morning, Dr. Frank-
the subject "What
l n will preach on i
Does the Future Hold for the Ameri-
can Jew?" In the light of present
political, economic, social and reli-
gious conditions, this subject is one
of supreme importance. The public
is invited. Services begin at 10:45.

Dr. Joseph Schwartzberg, who is
serving as an interne in Mt. Sinai
Hospital in Cleveland, spent the Pass-
over holidays with his parents, Rabbi
and Mrs. J. Eisenrnan.

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Sprinj)- Sty/es in
Cleve! Fur Jacquettes

El

Notre

The last dance of the Season V; ill

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Friedberg
have returned from French Lick, Ind.

$125, $295, up

iiittil

TO GIVE FINAL DANCE

Attua:
arsenal

nut there •re some who will lineee
Around the iiptit where you are laid,
Who will scatter Sowers
On the grave that God has made.

Sadly missed by her son, Isadore,.
and daughter, Mrs. Mark Cooper.
---

JEWISH SAVANT
TAKES HIS OWN LIFE

ITALIAN

ROME.-- :J. T. A.1—Felice Sto-
migliano, professor of philosophy at
the University of Rome, popular
writer and well known scientist, corn-
' mated suicide. His friends and fans.
ily were astonished to learn, after his
will was opened, that Professor Mo-
migliano, who was thoroughly assimi-
lated and known for his atheistic
views, desired to be buried according
to the Jewish law.
recently
Professor Momigliano
joined the Zionist movement.

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