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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1925-11-20

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DEXTER
BOULEVARD

For Thanksgiving

A Double Store With Two Large Floors.

KOSHER MARKET

Kosher Delicatessen.

First Class Pastry Shop.

Fruits and Vegetables.

Our Big Basement Department includes
a Complete Grocery, Fish Market and
Dairy.

MEN: Visit our Tobacco Department for choicest

Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobaccos and Smokers' Supplies.

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Aanni
Celebration:
The date for the celebration of the
seventy-fifth anniversary of the
founding of Temple Beth El has been
definitely set for Sunday, Dec. 13.
There will be a great religious service
in the morning and a dinner in the
evening. In the afternoon the chil -
dren will combine their celebration
of Chanukah with the celebration of
the seventy-fifth anniversary. Speak-
ers of national prominence, both rab-
binical and lay, will deliver the mes-
sages on the occasion and a musical
program consisting of the supreme
talent of musical America is being
arranged. Members of the temple
are asked to set aside Dec. 13, morn-
ing, afternoon and evening, for the
anniversary celebration.

Call Arlington 1709.

PROMPT, FREE DELIVERY

1372 Penobscot Bldg.
Phone Cad. 5593

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Let Us Be Thankful

—For Health and Prosperity and
For Good Lumber With Which
To Build American Homes Solidly.

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to your comfort.

ONE PIECE OR A CARLOAD
FAIR PRICES ALWAYS

Billstuffs, Timbers, Boards, Shiplap, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring.

GIVE US A TRIAL

Sicklesteel Lumber
Co.
CEDAR 0885

220 FORMAN .

Quick Deliveries to Any Part of the City.

Pure, Wholesom e Milk

Every Precaution Taken.
You Can Be Assured of Cleanliness and Quality.

"FROM FARMER TO CONSUMER"

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of ALMCO master-designers, possess-
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and colors include: putty georgette over gold lin-
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georgette over gold and orange . . . pleated taupe
georgette over orange silk, and many other color
symphonies; ruching, braid and ribbons adorn many
of the tailored styles.

ALIV1C0 Lamps owe their perfect har-
mony of tone to the fart that they are de-
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RED CROSS REVIEWS
WORK IN MICHIGAN

"Student Prince"

Success.

With a Thanksgiving matinee now
announced, the "Student l'rince" is
The development of public health
Ti,
well un the way toward its Detroit
The School of Religion:
nursing in Michigan under the aus-
The parents of our pupils are pices of the American National Red centenary, having, on last Monday
asked to co-operate with us in having Cross has been a significant factor evening, passed its eigthieth consecu-
We
tive performance at the Shubert-La-
the children conic promptly.
in the life of the state and in the evo-
fayette. This constitutes an unprece-
know that we cannot always blame lution of its health standards.
dented succesa in the matter of musi-
tardine sson the children themselves.
At the present time there are 26
Much depends on the Co operation of active Red Cross nursing services in cal plays in this city and establishes
a record which succeeding musical at-
the parents. When children receive I
their entire religious education one Michigan. Of this number three full- tractions will no doubt experience dif-
hour a week, it is obvious that they time and four itinerant services are ficulty in equaling. It may also be
single minute ' supported entirely by Red Cross safely added that the successor of
cannot afford to miss a
ha ter funds and 19 are financed "The Student Prince" at the local
hat hour. Nor should bad weath- jointly
by Red Cross chapters and
playhouse must necessarily prove an
er be an excuse for being tardy. In
county or other funds.
ttering of the highest musical and
bad weather, parents should see to it
Since Jan: 19, 1919, the Red Cross u
that the children start out a little has inaugurated 47 nursing services dramatic character if the splendid
reputation already achieved by the
I earlier than in good weather. Tardy
Michigan. The American Red
theater is to be maintained.
children not only miss their own in
work, but they spoil the work of the I Cross life saving program is also well
children who have come early. Beth developed in Michigan. Thirty-five
in Demand.
chapters in the state carried excel-
El School of Religion is seeking a pe 'lent
r
el- l water safety programs th rough-
feet attendance record. If the
out the past summer.
"Hack Arch-Corrective shoes are
dren are to benefit at all by an hour
"I serve" is the motto of the Junior the result of years of study of fad
• week education, it will be because
Red Cross and through . this
ideal anatomy and represent the perfection
.
.
the parents are helping us
in . lc igan
lish a clean record of promptness and 115,595 children life healthier and of scientific methods designed to al-
helping to make
leviate foot suffering," stated Nathan
regularity.
more room in the Sun- happier for their fellows. Fifty-eight Hark, designer of the product.
There is no
day morning classes. For the benefit ' Red Cross chapters in Michigan are
"With the aid of new and improved
of those children who are too late to carrying on extensive work for ex- foot-fitting methods and Arch-Correc-
Sunday morning classes, service men and their families; 17 tive shoes, . we have been directly in-
enry it in the
are doing civilian relief; nine
strumental in minimizing foot-suffer-
we have equally good Sunday after- home hygiene program; two carry nu-
noon classes meeting between 2:30 trition; 16 are actively engaged in ing to a marked degree for the thou-
and 4 o'clock. There is still a great first aid; 27 participate in the produc- sands who have taken advantage of
our service," he declared.
deal of room in the afternoon school
tion work promoted by volunteer
"Members of the medical fraternity
d members and friends of the tem-
.
d-
service
also learned of our methods and have
otneceofwaililochare
irens re. urged r toactqaukaeinnui
referred patients to us who required
of
PLAN CHANUKAH DANCE
• an
Orthopedic Footwear. Today we are
not receiving a Jewish education
The next annual Chanukah a ll located in our Orthopedic Footwear
after•
to invite them to come to the
the Ladies Auxiliary of the
by
given
Shop on the fifth floor of the Stroh
chool of Temple Beth El.
moo n •
nai . os e will
building and in the midst of the great-
There is no fee whatsoever. Temple Congregation B
held at the Hotel Statler Sunday eve est activity in our career, with cus-
to
,
Beth E l considers It a privilege
give to all the children of the com-Ining, Nov. 29. The committee in tomers in every section of the United
of affairs is again headed by
States and Canada."
munity whom it can possibly reach • , I charge
Mrs. Philip Jacoby, who has been ray
Mrs.
Jewish education.
' sponshle for the great success of the
Gambling promises the poor what
People who believe that truth, organization in the past. Mrs.
property performs for the rich; some-
Mrs. J. Farkas. assistant
and
nothing. That is why the
purity, unselfishness bring happiness coil
to thing for
dare not denounce It funds-
do so for the same reason that a poor she rman, are sparing no efforts
this dance the best yet. novel's bishops
mentally.—G. B. S.
man worships riches, because the, make
Orchestra ha, been engaged.
have no experience of them. C. B. S. I

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The Very Last Word
in Almco Lamp

Beth El College:
For those who have missed the op-
portunity of registering in the Mon-
day evening sessions of Beth El Col-
lege, a new session has been opened
which is to meet on Wednesday eve-
nings. The same courses in the liter-
ature of the Bible and in the survey
of Jewish history which are offered
on Monday are now offered also on
Wednesday evenings. All the young
men and women of the Detroit Jew-
ish community who wish to pain a
genuine knowledge of the Bible and
of the story of the Jew are urged to
avail themselves of this opportunity.
The afternoon class in Bible litera-
ture, which meets on Tuesday after-
noon, is about to close its lists, for
it is highly desirable that the class
shall be a small one. Ladies who wish
to join this group may do so now.
There will probably be no further op-
portunity after next Tuesday.
---
Young People's Society:
We will soon be ready to announce
an opening meeting of the Young
People's Society of Temple Beth El .
The young people of the temple wil l
find in this society the opportunity
to join in the temple activities as
well as to perform an important coni-
inanity service. An extremely attrac-
tive program is being prepared for
the opening meeting.

. The Uniongram:
On every occasion when you with
to send your friend a message of
cheer or of comfort, the way to do
it is to send a uniongram. These
beautiful messages called the union -
grams are tie be obtained from M"^
Sidney Weisman, 1685 Burlingame !
ffi
avenue, or from the temple office.

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Thursday Sewing:
The ladies of the temple are in-
vited to spend Thursday morning in
social service work. Every lady of
the temple ought to find time to do
this sewing for the hospitals and
other social service o rganizations.

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Under the Management of H. Pulko.

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Temple Arts Society:
The Temple Arts Society will hold
its opening performance of the sea-
son on Tuesday evening, Nov. 24.
There will be two one-act plays,
which will be The Eldest," by Edna
Ferber, and "Deceivers," by William
C. DeMille. There will also be a
piano solo given by Mrs. Lillian S.
Freedman. The evening is open only
to members of the Arts Society or of
the affiliated societies of the temple.
You are invited to become a member
of these organizations now.

FREE SOUVENIRS FROM 8 TO
Beautiful Boutonnieres for the ladies. Cigars for gentlemen
visitors. Appropriate remembrances for children.

Choicest Turkeys, Geese, Ducks and Springers at the
very lowest prices.

An. F..

9.

Saturday Morning Services:
On Saturday, Nov. 21, the pulpit
will be occupied by Dr. Leo M. Frank-
lin, whose sermon will be based on
the Biblical portion for the week.
Those who attend the Saturday morn-
I ing services find them a rich source
of instruction and inspiration. Mem-
bers of the temple are asked to bring
their friends. Saturday morning is
also a good opportunity to bring the
children to the services.

You are cordially invited to visit
this convenient new market.
Modern refrigeration and every
sanitary facility for handling
food products.



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Rabbi Fram's Second Lecture:
The second lecture in the series
which Rabbi Leon Frani is delivering
under the general topic "The Religion
of the Twentieth Century" will dis-
cuss the special subject "Modern
Science and Old Fashioned Faith." It
will deal with the conflict between re-
ligion and science and will be in the
nature of a reply to Clarence Dar-
row's expressed views on evolution
and religion. The third lecture in the
series will be on the subject "heal-
ing by Faith."

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Who Is the Liber•17"
On Sunday morning, Nov. 22, Dr.!
Leo M. Franklin will speak on the '
subject Who Is the Liberal?" Serv-
ices begin promptly at 10:45 and are
concluded at 12:15. All are wel-

TUESDAY,
November 24th

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Opening Announcement

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WESTWOOD INN

"An Unusual Roadhouse'

Dearborn, Mich. Thirteen Miles Out Michigan Ave.
Announces a Special

TURKEY
Dinner

FOR THANKSGIVING

Served in the Inimitable

WESTWOOD STYLE

We Will Also Serve Our Usual

FISH, FROG, CHICKEN
AND STEAK DINNER

MUSIC AND DANCING EVERY EVENING
For Reservations Phone Dearborn 83

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