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May 02, 1924 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1924-05-02

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PAGE FOUR

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INSTITUTE NOTES

7 The program is as frill,iws: Open-
rally which will be held, Saturday ing selections by the Jewish no 1-
e:ening, May 10, at McAllister Hull, tute Band; a Grecian dance by the

, corners of Foiest and Cass.
Young A\'oinen's Ilebre• Assanciation
Inasmuch as the city conunittee,
Hebrew
Institute Mothers' Club:
l
aesthetic dancing (. 111 ,i; !I
"The Significance of Mother and) wnich is representative Of every playlet given by the pupils lif the
Daughter Week" will be discussed by' group in Detroit, selected Saturday l'ilited Hebrew Schools; chorus of
Mrs. Abraham Victor, before the Jew• i instead of Friday out of respect to the Work ing Men's h ultur League,
ish Institute Mothers' Club, Saturday the Orthodox Jewish Women, it is and two Palestinian scenes in panto-
. be
mime, entitled "Ilarvest Season in
afternoon, Slay 3 at the Jewish In- hoped that the Jewish groups will
stitute,
Iligh and,
Hastings
streets.
Mrs. Charles
Davis,
violinist,
will • well mimes:ode:I in this eity-wale Ancient Palestine" :lid "Pioneers in
Modem Palestine." Jewish folk-
g:ith: ring.
---
songs will be sung by Emma Laza-
play several selections, accompanied
rotl and the Jewish Institute Band
Michigan Industrial Exhibit:
by Mrs. S. Shaullander.
In order to show the growth and de. will play the closing selections. The
Oakland Mother. Club: velopinent of Michigan's industries, a entertainment is open to the public
and no admission will be charged.
At the last meeting of the Oakland III:0101V th exhibition has been arming-
Mothers' Club, Commissioner Knight, e d ohich is to to held for a iieriod of
of the Street Cleaning Department : I 1 i.I weeks, beginning Saturday May

Dm non: kici sit (iig.ONictr.

JACOBY ADVOCATES
NEW COURT POLICY

. .
Addresses Pisgah Lodge on Crime
Problems.

FYFE'S--"Ten Floors of Shoe Service"

Presenting

Dr. A. I.. Jacoby, city psychiatrist,
in an address before an audience that
tilled the rooms of Pisgah Ledge No.
34, I. 0, B. It urged a complete
change in the methods of treating of-
fender,: against the law. Ile declared
that scientific measures were neces-
sary in the solution of problems of
crime and advocated greater discrim-
ination in the meting out of justice
than prevails at the present.
"Criminals are not alike," said Dr.
Jamb "nor are they to be judged
"f the offense corn:
by
the Severity
gave a report on what his department :t until 17. The Jewish Institute has
muted. Many a hold-up 11111111liiitinliS
did in cleaning up the Oakland din- b,,.„ i nv ite d to sponsor the program
liuthing severer than a suspended sen-
trict. on May 7. A special program is be-
On probation.
______
!Itenet' 111111 lii by placed
ing arranged for that ::ccasion,
I Do the other hand, t here are d many
Committee to
o
Jacob H. Davis Heads
n
throughout the entire city are clean-
Funds. persons habitually covictef
ed once in 10 days, he promised to Better Boys Club:
Raise
minor offenses, such as drunkenness
The Better Iteys Club of the Jewish
give such services once a week provid-
disturbing
the
peace,
who,
as
a
Intl
it last Wednesday at t'.0
;
to society, should be seg-
r
ing the housekeepers and business Institute
Pending the forinatioa of a per- pro,evuon
building and carried out a very
men of the district will ear-operate main
regated
for
the
rest
of
their
lives."
plan for the financing of the
o
Dr. Jacoby urged that the power
of
with him in preventing unnecessary
h„
ent e-
1
Union of American Ilebrew Congre-
, .
accumulation of uncovered garbage. fine The
pr gra
m for their
previous
air meeting.
b rew Judges to impose
ti,,,,,, w ',[ i c h sha ia,e,,, H e
ea
be r
It is hoped that Oakland residents Inoter, founder of the Newsboys' As-1 Union College and carries on numer-I e t,,,i,.,h,..d., that their functi
will empty with the commissioner's s .:a:Pon, addressed their meeting.. w as sus other activities, energetic Pl"''' ' stricted so that it Will become their
At this meeting the program
merely to determine the guilt
far
request, thereby helping to make con- taken
up with a series of hat speeches to raise Detroit's 1824 quota tor the i duty
or innocence of the accused, and that
ditions more pleasant during the sum-
Such Union have been devised by a cum-
guilty he
given by various ineraliers.
1
,
after
an individual ii: (Mina
Mod- mittee headed by Jacob II. Davis•
mer months.
subjects as "The Newspapers to
League of Nations," The :houniittee expects to gather De-1 sentence to a committee of physi-
ern
Life,"
owe of Education, "Pro- troit's vontribution in a decisively ' be turned over for exaniination and
Mother and Daughter Week:
who will determine how he
Import:
Mother and Daughter Week will be "The
hibition,"
"The Mellen Bonus Bill;' quick manner, ill view of the prompt.' clans
with which a number of mem- I should be dealt with.
observed from May 1 to II, inclusive.
II l . ,
it
.nterest has been IITOwed
r interest
discussed.
In addition to celebrations of various were
Many showed themselves to have bers of Temple Beth El already have I
ta sponded to the call for subserip- . among the members of the lodge by
kinds by individual organizations in
Adolpin h
ouncem ent
one oratorical
sibilities.
item)
ti.
other, the Jewish In-
tions. :At a meeting held at the 1 the
e winter
annwho s pe nt th that
atitute urges all Jewish mothers and man and Henry Claire wore the best Phoenix Club last week and attend-
I Florida, would return to the city dur.
ed by IS men, all present doubled
daughters to co-operate in the mass speakers of the evening.
uld be present
The club is progressing by leaps their subscriptions. In one instance, I ing th e wee k sad w o
the
1921
subscription
was
five
times
lus
a guest of honor at the next meet-
and founds.
The Better Boya amet every Wed- greater than that of the previous l ,,,,
rapidly proceeding for
Pl. ans are
nesday at P in tn., at the Jewish In- year.
1 [
Mr. Davis has sent out letters to , the erection of the proposed IV nai
stitute. All I: , ys from 15 up are wel-
the members o f Temple Bth e El l 'Frith community house. Three thou-
C11111,
if the I sand dollars in additional subs:TO-
• ----
pointing out the requirements
UT:bin and the imperative need for l tions for bonds have been receiviol
Michigan Industrial Exhibit:
drive
for
The Jewish Institute is sponsoring quickly equipping it with the funds during the week. The
d in the
course
the program for Jewish Night to be with which to carry on its manifold funds will be launche
k
held at. Convention Ball, Woodward program. of the next few wees.

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"'f he

The
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at flat-field, Wednesday evening, May

Is not built down
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to a standard of
quality that

makes every
owner proud to

READY•--BIG ANNUAL DRESS SALE
IN POPULAR PRICE SECTION-3,000 DRESSES

recommend it

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.

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'15

in mahogany

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Opposite

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I

Is Their Anniversary Sale Price, Although They're Being Sold at
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This is the Popular Price Section's crowning achievement of the whole Anniversary Sale!
hi ey ent to you, as a careful shopper, just picture to yourself
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the
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be
delighted
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Handsome Lace Combinations
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Handsome Roshanara Crepes

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Brown
Orchid Jade Roman Blue
Sand Rouge Maise Gray
Brick Dust Almond
Powder Bl
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o ut is missing! If you've heard of the Popular
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