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three tables of bridge Monday, Ma
26, in honor of Mrs. Bessie Durlow,
the house guest of Mrs. John immer-
The annual confirmation services man. Mrs. Joseph Illunirosen of
will be held Sunday morning, June 8, Munisitque wi n first prize.
ICawinigkt. 11121.
Br Clms. H.
at 0:30, when a class of 40 girls and
The shocking tragedy in Chicago should make some young people stop, 29 boys will be received into the re-
Mrs. Samuel Marienthal entertained
look and listen. Too much money. Too much loose living. One can only ligious household of Israel. The pro- at a bridge luncheon at the Elks Tem-
sorrow for the parents of the young people involved. It seems incredible gram promises to be very beautiful ple last Tuesday. The tables were
at this writing that the sons of rich men should kidnap and murder for the and inspiring. Because of the very decorated with spring flowers,
sake of $10,000, which they are alleged to have confessed. It seems to me large congregation that is expected
that when all the facts are discovered in the case something more than on this occasion, members and friends
The last of the winter's series of
money is involved. Most of us like to preach. And it is difficult to gel who wish to attend should be in their bridge parties was held Tuesday eve.
youth to listen. But today there is a false standard of living among the places as near the hour set for the ning, Stay 27. The hostesses were
smart set—and they do love to be called the "smart set"—so swagger, don't beginning of the service as possible. Mesdames Morris Mover, Paul Mar-
you know), that sooner or later causes some of them to stumble and The doors of the lower auditorium ienthal and Its.bert Seitner. Prizes
eventually leads to tragedies that sometimes find their way into the news- will be closed when the confirmants were won by Mrs. Sam Marierithal at
papers, but more frequently arc confined to the inner circles. There is a enter the temple. Following is a list bridge and alrs. Alec Lek insohn at
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reckless note struck by these wastrels that intoxicates them with the notion IT the confirmants and their ad- Mah dolga.
,
that they are quite the "owl's night shirt" (speaking in the language they dresses:
best understand). So we have such tragedies that have saddened the Jew-
Marvel Abelson, 444 Medbury ave-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margolis of Al-
ish community of Chicago, brought into the light of merciless publicity the nue; Rose Adler, 1676 Chicago boule- lentown, Pa , were the week-end
vard; Julius Arkin, 4352 Seebaldt guests of Mr. 4111,1 Mrs. Joseph Roth-
names of honored families.
:
avenue; Anna Ascher, 2531 Glad- ter.
'
-
v,
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Sometimes one wonders if older men who are at the head of social stone avenue; Bessie Avison, 1646
Glendale
avenue;
Gussie
Bassevitz,
,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Meyer
Simpliner
were
11.
1
groups in our communities, particularly those who are the responsible lead.
ors of social clubs, shouldn't exercise an authority to make loose conduct 286 Custer avenue; Hilda Behrman, the week-end guests of their mother,
5402 Holcomb avenue; Hubert Behr- Mrs. William Simpliner at lintel Bari-
.t
11 .
an unpopular business. No one likes to be a censor of somebody else's
man, 30 Elmhurst avenue; Dorothy
conduct, yet there are circumstances that seem to me to lay upon the elders Bloomgarden, 100 Colorado avenue; croft.
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,
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of a community a definite community obligation to keep young people from Margaret Bradfield, 524 East Warren
Mrs. Norman Grey of Port Huron
making fools of themselves. Exactly as a home has an influence upon a avenue; Bernard Brown, 19470 Lu-
, .. I 4 IC 'in-
I ! 1
1
41 I i
. - - ' ''
-
community and a community has an influence upon a home, so has every cerne drive, Palmer Woods; Norma spent last week as the guest of Mrs.
club or other social factor an influence upon the community. So there is a J. Brown, 90 Moss avenue; Simeon Harry Lenick. Mrs. Grey, who is a,
real responsibility resting upon the leaders of a club though they may nut J. Bogin, 221 Westminster avenue; frequent visitor, was Miss Caroline
know it. But the day will come when thinking men and women will wake Maurice Dalitz, 2508 Taylor avenue; Levy of Detroit.
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up and realize that they have a duty to the community that entrusts beyond Millard Deutsch, 1961 Gladston. ave-
Mr. and al rs. A. I). l'hillipe and
their club membership. That this truth will be recognized now is quite too nue; Dorothy DeYoung, 2067 West
daughter,
Irene,
and Mr. and Mrs.
a
much to expect.
Euclid avenue; Blume Disner, 1460 Ben Kramer spent the week-end in.
Glynn court; Marjorie Epstean, 1476 Clare, Mich.
....
Chicago
boulevard;
David
Ettinger,
Thank you, Senator Norris, for riddling the great American myth. When
a man has millions to spend in talking about himself it is amazing how 5008 Brush street; Rose Erna Fin-
Jacoby Rothner, son of Mr. and
many persons in the world can be made to believe that he is almost a god. stervcald, 7410 LaSalle boulevard; Mrs. Joseh Rothner, has returned
But thank goodness that there are some level heads in this country even Miriam Fleishman, 332 Tuxedo ave- from Temple University, Philadelphia,
if they cannot be found among those in the House of Representatives that nue; Jack Frain, 274 Frederick ave- for the summer.
voted to give Henry Ford the earth and a fence around it. Senator Norris nue; Alwyn Vernon Freeman, 20
has shown himself to be a man of great courage in face of a propaganda Chicago boulevard; Bertha Frisch-
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie S. Rich of
that swept the country. Ile has shown that Ford is a philanthropist first, man, 3745 Brush street; Marvin Fine- Grand Rapists were the week-end I
last and all the time for the Ford family. And that when it comes to berg, 1927 Antietam street; Bertha guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
making a business deal at the expense of the country at large he is as much Geller, 1705 Calvert avenue; Revah Israel Rich.
a patriot as some of the other demagogues who tell the world what good Goldberg, 1706 Waverly avenue;
Sylvia Goldsmith, 2516 Gladstone
Americans they are—until it affects their pocketbooks.
Miss Josephine Cohen of Denver,
avenue; Rosaline Goldstein, 9001 Colo., is visiting friends in the city.

Twelfth street; Jeannette Gottschalk,
saw
an
item
the
other
day
that
was
intended
to
show
how
ignorant
I
13014 East Jefferson avenue; Archie'
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Seitner enter.
barbarous people are. Many Eskimos, so we are told, believe that a person Ilarwith, 1738 Delaware avenue;
has two souls, one which remains near a dead body until it enters that of Edith Harwith, 1738 Delaware ave- tained 12 guests in honor of the sixth
a little child, and another which goes to the Eskimo land of souls either nue; Mildred Jakont, 251 Englewood birthday anniversary of their daugh-
above or below the earth. This belief seems to me to be sensible and avenue; Hilda Jakont, 351 Engle- ter, Emilie. The table was decorated
rational compared with that believed by civilized persons that a snake wood avenue; Charles Kaufman, 104 with china birds, which were given as
favors. At the games Elaine Levin-
tempted a woman.
Avalon avenue; Adelaide Klein, 1686 sohn, Helen Selvin and Bertha Bren-
Gladstone avenue; Sylvia B. Krell, dle won the prizes.
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Hillaire Belloc, a Catholic-11 high brow, too—writes and talks against 7425 Greenfield avenue; Jean Levy,
the Jews. And Sig Sax, a Jew, who isn't exactly a high brow, writes and 95 Florence avenue; Herman Lichten-
Among the guests attending Mr.
talks against the Catholics. If you know Belloc or Saxe, well and good; if stein, 4059 Townsend avenue; Ethe- and Mrs. Charles Levy's 25th wedding
you don't, I don't propose to eneage in any elaborate introductions. But lyn Litz, 1617 Glynn court; Bertha anniversary were Mr. and Ms. A. D.
now comes Representative Sol Bloom, as fine a type of a Tammany Hall Lorig, 2081 Virginia park; Dorothy Phillippe, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Seit-
American as can be found in the western hemisphere. Of course you know Love, 1432 Pingree avenue; Ervin ner, Mr. and Mrs. William Wolsey,
Congressman Sol Bloom of New York. Governor Smith of New York is Markus, 1409 West Euclid avenue; Mr. and Mrs. I. Oppenheim, Miss Lilly
a Catholic and Sol Bloom needs no introduction to his co-religionists. In- Melvin alarwil, 1734 Virginia park; Lenoir, Miss Edith Wolsey and David
spired by his admiration for the statesmanlike qualities of "Al" Smith, our Elsie Mentzel, 392 West Grand boule- Wolsey.
friend "Sol" breaks into poetry and the crash is heard around the world. vard; Harold Michaels, 7458 Kipling
He leaps over barriers of creed to pay his tribute. I quote some of this avenue; Stanford Morris, 1250 Bur-
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Levy and
inspiring verse, which is set to music. It gives us an Idea of the virtues an lingame avenue; Doris Ruth Nathan, daughter, Adelaide, are visiting Mr.
American statesman should possess in order to be a great leader of the 1707 Atkinson avenue; Estelle Pe- and Mrs. Adolph Seitner.
greatest nation on earth. Also it gives us some idea of why he is a Con. reira, 125 Richton avenue; Jesse
Rice, 1977 Gladstone avenue; Laura-
gressman.
Confirmation services will be held
belle Robinson, 110 Chicago boule- at Temple Beth El, Sunday, June 8.
vard; Henry Rose, 1523 Seward ave-
"East Side, West Side, all around the town,
nue; Ralph Rosen, 104 Massachusetts
You can hear his praise sung, a man of real renown;
avenue; Rhea Rosenthal, 309 Fred-
The type of man like Lincoln was,
erick avenue; Ameroll Frank Roths-
Courageous. simple, true.
child, 893 Delaware avenue; Alfred
For Al is a pal of the people.
Rouda, 904 King avenue; Pearl Ry- Memorial Day Program:
And what they desire he'll do.
nek, 2261 West Euclid avenue; Ruth
Now he's not high falutin';
At the recent Memorial Day pro-
Richardson, 665 West Hancock ave-
lie's plain and likes square shootin'.
nue; Paul Salomon, 2236 Glynn gram held at the Jewish Institute in
No matter where, the South, North, East and West,
court; Amelia% Segall, 1175 Lake- honor of the graduates of the Jewish
Facts prove the need of changing.
wood boulevard; Dorothy Shapiro, Institute citizenship class the follow-
We need some rearranging—
2453 Atkinson avenue; Jerome Si- ing 28 men, ranging in ages from 28
So here's a little change I would suggest.
mon, 2091 West Euclid avenue; Max to 60, were awarded certificates and
(CHORUS)
Simon, 5858 Dix avenue; Adolph several historical documents, includ-
Take the "C" out of Cal and that leaves Al.
Slatkin, 8344 LaSalle boulevard; Irv- ing the Declaration of Independence,
And Al means Smith.
ing Wartell, 583 Woodland avenue; Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, United
We know where he stands—respect he commands.
-
Sylvia Weiss, 60 Rhode Island ave- States Constitution and a letter from
Ile's the man we're with.
nue; Clement Weitzman, 95 Monte- Lincoln to Mrs. Bixby, who lost five
He's always been fair, 'cause Al's on the square.
rey avenue; Jeanette Wineman, 572 sons in the Civil War: Sam Okum,
His career is a fact, not a myth;
Medbury avenue; Virginia Wolf, 51 Louis Fabian, Jack Wilner, Hymen
So take the "C" out of Cal and that leaves Al,
Stark, David Barthian, Harry Gold-
McLean avenue.
And Al means Smith."
stein, Max Goldin, Harry Danuloti,
Isadore Rachlin, Jot. Solomon, Benja-
Closing Service:
min Kress, Albert Singer, N. liennish,
I have always maintained that the feet of the Klan and the head of the
With the confirmation service next Julius Lansky, Barry Krow, Meyer
Klan frequently to not co-ordinate as one has a right to expect from a
normal body. Some innocents belonging to the Klan look upon it as an Sunday, the Sunday services for the Belinsky, Nathan Sobelow, harry
extension to the Main Street Society for Religious Uplift, and cannot realize season will come to a close. Sabbath Bliznik, Harry Chernick, Hymen Feld-
through some peculiar kink in their mental machinery that they must hear services, however, will continue un- man, Ben Amitin, Isadore Newhouse,
interruptedly throughout the summer Hymen Olshansky, Mendel Goldman,
a share of responsibility for the vicious elements in the Klan. like those
at 10:30 until July I, after which L. Jacobson, al. Dombrowsky.
guilty of the Louisiana outrages. At any rate I am reminded of these things
they will begin at 10 o'clock.
Each graduate received a silk flag
by the following item appearing in a recent issue of the American Israelite;
which was donated 1.y Frank C. Sib-
Dormitory and equipment, consecra- chinery on the farm that is doing the
ley
of the Detroit Americanization THOUSANDS HONOR
"During the recent B'nai B'rith District Grand Lodge No. 7 con-
tion of memorial and festive trees and work."
Committee.
vention held at Alexandria, l.a., all of the leading establishments, in-
laying
of the cornerstone of the $85,-
In accord with the wishes of Dr.
KRAUSKOPF
MEMORY
A
tableau
entitled
"Hail
Columbia"
cluding the leading K. K. K. merchants, displayed cards of welcome.
000 Joseph I. Krauakopf Memorial Li- Krauskopf, founder of the schwi, sev-
and a patriotic dance were given by
The Alexandria Klansmen assist the local B'nai B'rith lodge with
brary
Building.
eral
hundred memorial trees were con-
the Jewish Institute dancing class un- I
many of their entertainments."
Guests from Philadelphia and Balti- secrated, with an address by Louis
der the direction of Miss Mildred Vest Crowd Present at Founder's Day
Nusbaum
of Philadelphia.
more were present and many promi-
Tompkins of the department of rec-
Eserciers.
If you can beat that, I wish you would let me know,
nent business men took taut in the
Abraham Erblingder of New York
reation.
Roses of Zion.
In complimenting the men for hay- I
ceremonies. Dr. John M. Thomas, was a luncheon speaker. It was
Here's another record hung up in Pittsburgh, Pa. A so-called "silent
DOYLF.STOWN, Pa.— More than president of Pennsylvania State Col- through his direction as executor of
The Roses of Zion Club held its ing prepared themselves for the re-
campaign" has been under way to raise funds for a new hospital for the
sponsibilities of citizenship, Milton 5,000 persons were present at the first lege, delivered the Founder's Day ad- the will of Rosetta NI. Ullman that the
annual
picnic
May
30
at
Palmer
Jewish community. There has been no publicity to speak of. A small
dress.
Alexander, chairman for the evening,
newatormitory building was made pos-
group of men undertook to canvass the situation and discover to what extent Park. Games were played and a pic- said that with the training they had annual Founder's Day of the Nation-
"The education of the man with the sible.
the community would he willing to place itself on record, financially, for nic luncheon served. For the com- secured they were better equipped to al Farm School here last Sunday. Fea-
Herbert B. Allen, Building Commit-
a new hospital. Over $700,000 has been pledged thus far and the total ing meeting each member of the club meet the obligations of citizenship tures of the day included dedication hoe is out of date," said Dr. Th..mas. tee Chairman, presided at the corner-
"In this age we are turning out men
has been asked to write an essay en-
cost of the campaign is less than $1,000. This may give other communities
than some of the men in Congress who of the new $105,000 Rosetta Ulam who will be able to operate the ma- stone laying of the Memorial Library.
Am
a
Young
Judaean."
"Why
I
titled
an idea of how to reduce the cost of ''drives." It seems that sometimes
Owing to the illness of its leader, voted in favor of the Johnson immi-
"secret drives" are more productive than public ones.
Miss Helen Kass, the Hadar Zion gration bill.
Judge Ernest P. l.a Joie of the Cir-
Club has been meeting with the Roses
cuit Court who delivered an address
In the New York World appeared this itern:
of Zion Club.
on the "Significance of Memorial IMy"
was the principal speaker of the eve-
"Ralph Pulitzer, publisher of the WOrld, was fined $25 for
ning.
speeding."
The program ended with the singing
of "America."
And only a few weeks ago as a first page story in the World was the Weekly Dance:
The last 1'. W. H. A. dance was
announcement of Pulitzer's divorce. I wonder if our readers can appre-
ciate the significance of these statements? It means that the New York held at Temple Beth El Saturday, Mother. Club:
World publishes the news; and that it is absolutely fearless and independent May 31. The stances will be resumed
The Jewish Institute Mothers Club
whether it is leading the attack on the Klan, or on Henry Ford, or on the in the fall.
will hold its monthly meeting Satur-i
Japanese exclusion, or in behalf of the Washington investigations. I wish
day afternoon, June 7, 3 o'clock, at
that every city in this country had such a newspaper; the interests of the Camp:
the Jewish Institute, 687 East High
Registration opened Sunday, June street. Mrs. Abraham Victor will
public would be conserved to a greater extent than they are now. And I
am glad that the inspiring spirit of this newspaper was a Jew. So we have 1. A fee of $5 must .be deposited speak on the "Status of Woman—
the two greatest newspapers in the country controlled by Jews, the Times when registering, and no application Past, Present and Future."
and the World. Further, I want to hammer home to those timid persons will be considered without this fee.
, :ho are afraid of Jewish control of American journalism that if they could This fee of $5 will be deducted from
he sure that all newspapers established by Jews would compare favorably the first weke's board. if after reg- Zionist Cultural Society:
There will be a symposium on var.
istering, a member cannot attend
with the Times and the World they should pray to hasten the day.
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camp, she must notify the office two ions aspects of the Zionist movement,
•.
weeks before the date for which she Monday evening, June 9, at the Jew-
',
Some very nice ladies and gentlemen are identified with the drama— has registered, in order to allow the ish Women's Club, Fiti Rowena. Four
the spoken drama, the silent drama and the rowdy drama. It seems that office to fill the vacancy. Register at minute speeches will lie made by the
'here are all too many drunken loafers of both sexes permitted to entertain the clubhouse from 1 to 5 and 7 to 9 following: "Introduction to Zionism,"
he public, and the newspapers give almost as much attention these days to p. m. daily.
Simon Richardson; "Mizrachi," Jacob
the dramas of the rowdy actors and actresses as they do to the legitimate
The rate is $11 a week. The fare .11114(41; "Ilastaaaah," Mrs. Joseph Ehr-
performances of their more worthy brothers and sisters. Frank Tinney is via Windsor ferry is 15 cents,
lich; "ZeM Zion," Solomon Wessel--
a very funny gentleman; you pay money to have him make you laugh.
The Wednesday night suppers, man; "Junior liadasaah," Mary Wetz-
Tinney is the latest to get front page attention for the beating of a woman. which have always been a feature of man; "National Fund," Philip Stoma-
am not interested in the circumstances leading up to the trouble, but the summer camp, will be continues] vitz ; "Koren Hayesod," Aaron Kur-
WALTER WISNIEWSK; General Manager.
when a man beats a woman he ceases to be funny, and the self respecting this summer. Register at the club- land; "Young Judaea." Max Wine;
American audience ought to make him "beat it" for the exit. If the Blue house the Monday before the Wed- "Cultural Zionism," Aaron I). Mark-
N'Oge3 who are spending all their time sniffling over the sinners who are nesday on which you want to come.
son.
t rYing to take the blues out of Blue Sunday and attend to a few other more The charge for supper is 35 cents.
Inasmuch as this will be the last
important matters maybe we could raise society to a more decent level.
meeting of the season it is urged that
all he present. Plans will be discuss-
JEWISH ARTISTS SAIL
I read with interest where Horace . Kellen and Bertrand Russell went to
ON PALESTINE TOUR ed for a summer outing.
a dance the other night. And whisper it! They danced until 4 in the morn-
Inf. I am not surprised at Professor Kellen because with those tortoise-
PARIS.—)J. T. A.)—A group of KLOTZ, FORMER MINISTER,
hull
glasses he looks somewhat like Harold Lloyd and I am not
surprised if he breaks out once in a while. And I am told he danced without Jewish artists have sailed from Mar- IS VICTOR IN ELECTIONS
3630 MILITARY AVENUE, DETROIT
seilles for Palestine, where they will
his coat. As for that older cut-up, Bertrand Russell, my informant advises
stay for six weeks collecting material
me that he threw his A. B. C. of Atoms out of the window, and that he for the publication of a book on mod-
PARIS.—(J. T. Ad —M. L. Klotz,
Phone Walnut 0252
decided "The Proposed Road to Freedom" for one night at least should be ern Palestine. The expedition was . Minister of Finance in the Clemen-
via a jazz orchestra. Well, well, well, our conservatives may cheer up when organized by M. Alexander Kogan, ceau Cabinet during the war, who was
human.
Anyway,
no
one
will
dare
say
they find these deadly radicals so
who accompanied it. The members at first reported defeated, has been
that Bursae!! and Kallen have educated their feet at the expense of their include the following: M. Nahum elected to the Chamber, making the
beasts, for between us, quite confidentially, Horace Killen has one of the best Aronson, Professor Pasternak and M. fifteenth Jewish Deputy. M. Binder
aueds in all these United States, while our English friend enjoys the repu- Eizig Feder.
has not been elected u was previously
tation of possessing the best mind in all England. Naturaly both of them
The book will be published in reported. M. Andre Payer has been
with
most
great
case
are unassuming, modest gentlemen, as is usually the
elected.
France in • number of languages.
men,

GIAS. I+. JOSEPH

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