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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1924-05-02

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o'clock.

CUSTOM AMU{ - CINCIMMTI 20, OHIO

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BOOK REVIEWS

MUSIC AND MUSICIANS.A

A Physician Who Writes Like
a Poet.

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REVISITS AND REVISIONS

ester.

It Herman Fl

By Joseph Krimeky. t48 pp. New Yolk
Bloch Publiehing Company.
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ti

Dr. Joseph Krimsky, author of
''Revisits and Revisions,' is a physi-
cian and publicist and a prominent
figure in American Jewish affairs. He
convert.
it was who called the conference
Wednesday, May 7.
Gin.on Community House - The which resulted in the formation of
In
Congress.
Thomas Boston, organizing dire,
Family Saxophone Quartet, as the Antillean
participation in Na -.rood fo. 1 ,!! .d artists.
19I8 he served in Palestine with the
,r
Hadassah
Medical
Ilnit.
Five
years
Music Week, May 4 to 10, lois
I I ,,sh School -Concert by
, •
scris of .1311); concerts
..f the Detroit Institute biter he revisited Palestine to arrange
arranged it
con- fur the opening of the medical li-
f .r the entertainment of the public of Nlo 1st; David
brary and the X-ray laboratory of
that will prove a revelation. This iluetor
I L I
the Hebrew University. ell is also
o lefatigable worker has enlisted the
I Iltermed into SCh001
liot .1
the author of "Pilgrimage and Serv-
rt
and
co-operation
of
Detroit',
t
he
band
of
the
Cass
l
eave
I

I
To
Clarence ice."
..most professional musicians and
Mi ch School;
is a little
"Revisits and Reel:O.
hers and has secured their sere- Ilyruc. •
of their graduate
Gala concert by a book of comments and impressions
Are!, I.
, as
:dents for rectials of surpassing ex- quart, ,
- of the Metropolitan resulting from Dr. Krinisky's second
,,nee, variety and interest. The Opera I
i.y under the manage- visit to Europe and Palestine. A
melancholy strain runs
ard of Education has used t he ment
t •be I let rod :Metropolitan poetic 111111
through the book as the author looks
local committee of National M usic Cono•rt Bloom.
out
upon
the
beauty and the sadness
the daily use of its nine avail-
Thursday, May B.
Week
that encompass the countries through
able auditoriums and one intertnisli-
‘.%1 us it. Day i n the se111101, Over which he miscued)) don his way to the
oe school (Hutchins), when these . 200 publK, private and parochial
beloved object of his journey—Pales-
.., a verts will be staged. The public schools will have special exercises tine. Dr. Krinsky, man of affairs
invited to attend these concerts in featuring their most proficient stu-
and scientist that he is, writes gift•
immediate vicinity and by pat- dents in music.
edlv, his power of description being
in the
Wayne County Jail (7 p. m.1—
r mizing them and taking
quite above the efforts of most writ-
(turnunity singing show its appre. Concert under the direction of the
ers not of the professionally literary
(lotion for the artists who have ron• Chamber Music Society.
class. There are times, however,
tributed their services, the executive
('ass Technical High School —
when the felicity of his style causes
committee and the financial contribu- Duane Sawyer's Saxophone Orches-
him to lose sight of the fart that ex-
tremendous un- tra of 1110 instruments in recital.
tors who
agge•ated use of phrases in the place
dertaking possible here, and finally,
Northern High S c hool--Concert by of well rounded periods troubles the
its desire to identify itself with a the faculty of the Detroit Conserva-
reader and weakens the effect of a
spirit of the movement the slogan of tory of Music.
Northwe•ern High School—Con- piece of writing.
which is "Give More Thought to
The book closes with a one-act epi-
cert under the auspices of the Detroit
Music."
sode called "The Herugee"--a vivid
One of the concerts which will in- Chamber of Music.
but
harrowing depiction of the Jew's
School Con-
augurate National Music Week is the
N
eternal problem of "Wohin." A. C.
recital at Temple Beth El under the cert under t he same auspices.
William Howland, head
Board of Commerce—Grotto Band
direction
of the voice department of the De- concert; Alfred Duwn, director.
Friday, May 9.
troit Institute of Musical Art, Sunday
Detroit Institute of Arts—Concert
afternoon at 3 o'clock,
under
auspices
of the Chamber Music
Reviewed by Siphra Bachrach.
The choir consists of the following:
Mitchell, soprano; Mrs. Society.
Southeastern
High School—The
FANNIE COX'S COOK BOOK
Sidney Allen, soprano; Mrs. Merrill
By Fannie Ferber Fox, In collaboration with
William Ham- Moslem Chanters.
Silverstein, alto;
Lavinia S. Schwartz. 111.trated. 535 pp.
Northern High School—Concert by
rick, alto; George Becker, tenor; Carl
Boston: Little Brown & Co. $2.50.
Pickard. tenor; William Howland, the faculty of the Detroit Institute of
bass; Edward Kemp, bass; Abram Musical Art.
With the young husband demand-
Western Iligh School—Joint re-
Ray Tyler, organist; Earl Morse, vio-
ing delectable dishes and his help-
;ital by the Ligget.Abel Violin
Decorating
mate
and cook looking for
linist.

Slade, well-known
The program contains the follow- School and Sam
thrifty methods of preparing food. we
Wall Papers
Detroit vocal instructor.
recommend a new cook book by Fan-
ing, numbers:
Southwestern High School--Joint
nie Ferber Fox and Lavinia S .
Period Furniture
-America"
director of recital by Miss Irene Darkume, so- Schwartz, two housewives who man-
Thom. lionton. organizing
tn..
.aging.
piano;
A.
Lafis,
pianist;
Whithold
Antique Furniture
age their homes and their children
Mimic Week con
c Thy
Melin, violin, and Grace Bowman, and still find time to shop and play
ow Great Viii
Anthem—"o lanai.
Upholstering
........
Hazel Whitley, Tempel-
• .
Home"
bridge.
Double Q1 .....
ton Moore and Mrs. F. J. McQuillen.
h
The
best
and
most
useful
of
Amer-
""
Violin Solo—"Arlo."
and Carpets
Mr. Morse.
Northeastern High School—Con- ican and European recipes have been
fillek
Melody Girls,
e
Doei--"The Lord is My Light-
cert by
compiled to form a cook book for the
Mrs. Silverstein and Mr. Howland.
assisted
by
Gisella
G.
Feldman,
piano;
Window
average housewife who does her own
inT"Rejoice in the Lord" la ca•
Antohreim
Italskireff Ralph St. John, violin, pupil of David
cooking, usually on a limited amount
Objets de'
Double Quartet.
Cracov; ([den Knight, soprano, and of money, and yet wants plenty of
.......
Wagner
Prelude to "Lohengrin".
Jack Downing, violin.
free time for the social pleasures.
Mr. Tyler.
Wminer
Saturday, May 10.
Edna Ferber, in an introduction to
' Elie Dream" (Lohenerinl
of Correction (for women)
Mni. Mitchell.
u will findd
"He re
sans: and
Violin Solo---"Prise Song" alio Meister-
book, exnert
yous bl-
. Waigner --Noon recital tinder auspices of I thee
de licio
....
.
sii,
..
•inget) ......
Chamber
of
Music
Society.
M r. Morse.
Cass Technical Iligh School—Con-ing of foods. Not an egg is wasted,
Anthem--:'Great un Jehovah. - the Lord"
Schubert
the Studebaker Band, assisted I not a spoonful of butter nor an ounce
cake,' the
cert
by Helen
1 , of sugar. 'It's
-
'Double Quartet.
by Vivian Jones, pianist, and
-
(tanner
lob' time houdfe used to say pride-
•Star Spangled B
Gale Howe, dramatic soprano.
Northern High School—Recital by I fully. 'It's a one-egg cake,' says the
The following is the list of events
of today."
scheduled, the programs of which will Mesdames Sharrill, Robinson, Hunt 1 cook
Jewish recipes find a
he published in the newspapers every and Newell, under the auspices of the place here. Miss Ferber says in n
Tuesday Musical.
for delicacy and flavor Jewish cook-
day:
Central High School—Concert un- ery cannot be excelled. The many
Monday, May 5.
e
(Evening, unless otherwise speci- tier the direction of the Delta Alumni
recipes which may t o
Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota Musi-1 mouth.watering
fied.)
said to he the Jewish contr ibuti
Technical
High
School--Joint
cal Sorority.
('ass
the culinary art amply prove the
Northwestern High Srhoul—Grand l y
recital by members of the faculty of
point.
the Detroit College of Music (Jean convert under the direction is
Coldkette, director) and Marcus Kel- fessor Martillo Pacini (Italian pro.
JERUSALEM.—(P. T. A.) —The
lerman, bass.
grand.
- quota for new arrivals in Palestine
Eastern Iligh School—American
Central High School--Recital by
has been enlarged by an order of the
new visas
the faculty of the Ganapol School of Lithuanian-Russian concert under di- government, granting
rection of Professor Alfred Blackman for the next three months for skilled
Music.
Eastern High School--Joint recital and Madame Civet Blackman, fea. laborers and agricultural workers.
by the Ukraniun Duet and Caroline utring a Russian chorus and orches-
The recent industrial and agricul-
II. Benson (special children's pro- tra in costume, Lithuanian dancers tural development in Palestine has
in costume, and two winners of the been of such a progressive tendency
gram).
Detroit Civic League vocal competi- that the unemployment which was
Tuesday, May 6.
Detroit House of Correction (T P. tion, Emma Lazaroff, soprano, and prevalent several months ago has
m.)—Recital under the auspices of Stefan Kozakevich, baritone.
been considerably relieved.
Sponsored by
At each one of these concerts the
the Chamber Music Society.
Northern High School—Concert by audience will be invited to participate ,p, o
eoainrkpaobsilte beauty, and one
Playing
f etnhte obfesrtem
in the salute to the flag and the sing.
the Central Concert Quartet.
edr-i
Madame
raer's brilliant tto ve
e b
Southeastern High School—Salva - ing of the national anthem.
tlaurreco tmopotsheer; otu
Mr. Boston will visit all the audi-
Professor
VIVET
:ion Army Band concert.
and Acting Mayor Martin
ALFRED
BLACKMAN
Western High School—Second re- will ad

..
address the audience daring the Portici ;" Max Bruch's celebrated ar-
na
BLACKMAN
trio
dm
h
e
cital by the Ganapol School of Music.
rangement of t
tassel.. the lemma
Arena
song of atonement, "Kol Nidrei;" se-
SU
Pans LI., method
Eastern high School—Concert un- intermission at the co
Euro
. pad need !
-
lections from the latest musical corn-
W. ye3 ,11
o Pianoforte play-
Gardens.
in
ence
peri
peen ex
--
edy hit, "Wildflower," featuring the
II &dam
leg.
ant
Ita ly.
Rome,
Receive popular "Ilambalina." seol finally,
oet
Blackman in • moat
Central Europe as
Music
Rimsky.Korsakoff's "Casr:ecio Es-
Cando opera end
.thoriutive teach-
ginger end
Prizes for
co.e
pagnol," the most remarkable tone-
sr of her bralant
teacher. Beginners,
picture of Spain ever composed.
method, and hoe
adverted Nods and
profehional
singer.
Thomas Byrne, English horn solo-
accept
had many year.'
At the
eed. P it la i I e
broad.ing R a r e -
In connection with the Detroit ob- ist from the Detroit Symphony, will
taught to be
peen eaperienc• in
NI • • Week play the solo in the Herbert selection;
church. concert •nd
Cheleciana. Noway,
servation 0 .'a :
en
played by Phil-
grand opera.
May 4 to 10, the National Associa oKol Nidrei" Will
In Dresden, Berta.
Teasehe rgs
ere
aed Rome.. kale.
lion of Music Merchants is offering lip Abbas, first cellist of- the same or-
Wag.
roff, Doric Greenberg,
,
and
recognized
as
one
of
whose
ganization
mm•
to those members
Teacher of Cantor Kimel, E ov
All proceeds go to charily
r..
■ and
.
Stef•n Kosalich LacaOthe
window displays show the highest ar.1 the finest artists in the country.
ADMISSION 31.00
tistic arrangement in lay-out, make iThese musicians lend increased dis-
Registration of Pupil• Accepted Now.
the greatest sales appeal and win the tinction to the excellent program
widest attention of the public in urg, which Mr. Werner.has prepared and
Northway 3519
rig it to ''Give More Thought to Mu- which is sure to bring another ca-
in pacity audience to the Capitol The-

sk." This is really a competition
ate ,
window dressing with musical met-,
chandise and should enlist the keen-
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concert are requested to send photo- Fa Tal1111111111111111allanttlfiglfalittnaleafanentalite
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graphs of their window displays. to- , =
e
res
ex plaining Music ,
ether with letters the Music Indus. =
Week "tie-up"
tries Chamber of Commerce, in New ! =
York, where the awards will he made !=
in June during the industries' con.
vention at the Waldorf-Astoria. This
is an unusual opportunity for De- .1.7— bs

trait's progressive music merchants .= -
to show their mettle, and several ex.:E-
ceptionally interesting show windows '=

of the Chamber of

Program for Music Week Ens-
i
braces Splendid Series of

1

Events.

nl Iligh School - -Salva.

0 'tun,'

Jewish

Of Detroit's

Craeov,

well as those

',art

made the



ortheastern nigh

of

A Cook Book for Which Men
Will Be Grateful.

Mother Nature Adorns Anew

Mr, . Leona

The season is here when

Mrs.

Exterior Painting
Interior

expert and

I.

Furniture

Henry Haug,

Draperies
Rugs
Lamps and Shades
Shades
Art

Bobbie's

}louse

Mother Nature paints anew
All with which she has to do.

Who is there that does not feel the Springtime urge,
to join this invisible force which beautifies the world for
us—by at least adding new pieces of furniture here and
there to rejuvenate and brighten the home?
Dean Studios offer some striking examples in finer
furnishings—the kind that the longer you live with the
more you love—the kind you do not see elsewhere. Anti
prices are invariably lower than you imagined possible
for such quality.
"Obey that impulse" to visit Dean's and see these
beautiful things.

HAR Mc' J EAN f"

a 12 egg

1227 Griswold St., between Grand River and State

Telephone Main 0224

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1

1,500

Spring
Term

Spring
Term

Franz Liszt
Method of
Pianoforte

Roman-
Italian
Bel-Canto
Singing

On Sunday Evening, May 11, at 8 P. M.

--
DETROIT LODGE NO. 55, K. OF P., HALL
3153 CASS AVENUE

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Studios, 5415 Woodward Ave., near Kirby.
Phone

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Bridge
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tisanes and ribbons ready for

presentation.

Place Cards

Tallies

Favors
Table Decorations

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may be expected.
Thomas Boston, local organizing !
director of National Music Week, :=
with offices in the Washington Boule-
var.I building, will forward all sub- .=
= a
mined material to New York.
=

Array of Soloists Features Sym- ,= a
phony Concert at Capitol.

Werner, director of the
&L .
Capitol Theater Symphony
has arranged
programs of the season now rapidly
drawing to a close, to mark the in- =
auguration of Detroit's National Mu-
sic Week celebration: At the Capitol
Sunday =
-
Theater the
forward two of EF.
noon concert
o
artists from the Detroit ri :
Symphony Orchestra as soloists, ES
while in addition to the fine program a
and the soloists Manager Thomas =
Moule invites the concert patrons to
remain and witness the first showing
depicting the most inter-
of
_
es g ts in the life of Franz Fs

Eduard

the . finest.

Orchestra,
one of the strongest izt
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twenty third
brings

a film

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Families to Help Themselves."
"Help Honorable Ne•cdy

to

chosen collection of

Bridge Prizes, all attractively
wrapped in appropriate colored

LADIES AUXILIARY OF B'NAI B'RITH

First Dance

Displays.

1 THE

The Benevolent Loan Society

Will Hold Their

Merchants to
Attractive

Furniture Upholstering
and
Refinishing
at
Moderate Prices.

eAnnouncement

Schubert, to which Conductor Wer.
ner will play selections chosen from
the most famous compositions of the

great composer.
The
A
the
•=_
of Chopin's famous ,7_,
— .
"Polonaise Militaire," which the pub-
n zmat
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perfiecre

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stirring
following numbers:
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tone

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