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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1925-11-20

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Appears in Joint Recital.

Rosa Raise (whose real name is
Raitza Burtstein) is a native of

Week's Symphony Concerts.

COLONEL \Y. 'MULL
ENDORSES CAMPAIGN

D EPENDABLE

USED CARS

'Hoover Aide in Russia Declares
Americans Can Help
J. D. C. Plan.

Associate Conductor Victor Kolar of
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra has
prepared an unusually attractive pro-
In a letter adressed to Felix 51.
gram for Sunday afternoon's concert
Warburg, as chairman of the Ameri-
in Orchetra Hall. For the opening
can
Jewish Joint Distribution Corn-
number he will offer the Prelude to
mittee, Col William N. Haskell, Rug-
Gounod's "Faust," which will be fol-
,
sian
director of the American Relief
lowed by the Overture, "Masaniello"
lAdministration declares that Ameri-
by Aubner. The third number on the
10236 Jos. Campau at Trowbridge
cans
may
aid the Jewish back-to-the-
program will be contributed by Maria
3922 Woodward at Martin Place
soil
movement
in
Russia
without
run-
Dormont Koussevitzy, who will sing
ning the risk of being regarded as
The Letter-Scene from Tschaikovsky's
14615 East Jefferson at Philip
Bolshevists, or acting contrary to the
"Eugene Onegin."
policy of the United States govern-
8819 Grand River at Clarendon
Mr. Kolar will conclude the first
ment.
half of this afternoon's program with
16123 Woodward at Eason
Col. Haskell's letter, in which he ex-
an orchetral performance of three
presses satisfaction that the Joint
Hungarian Dances, Nos. one, two, and
8216 Gratiot at Seminole
Distribution Committee has taken the
four, by Brahma. Following the inter-
initiative in launching the United Jew-
3950 Dix at Hubbard
mission, John Wummer, first flutist of
ish Campaign for $15,000,000, stresses
the orchestra, will spear as soloist in
the need, which he says exists, for a
a performance of a composition of Mr.
continuance of relief for large num-
Kolar's written for solo flute with an
bers of Jews in Europe, who have not
accompanist by strings and harp.
INCORPORATED
yet fully recovered from the war and
In the second part of the program
GLENDALE 7117
9922 WOODWARD
MME. ROSA RAISA its aftermath. This need, Col. Ilas-
Madame Koussevitzky will sing a
group of three songs by Rachmaninoff, Bialystock, Russia, where her father : kell declares in his letter to Mr. War-
Glazounoff and Dargomiisky, respec- was a wealthy contractor as well as I burg, is especially urgent in Russia.
"This I can say out of my know-
tively. Mr. Kolar will conclude his pro-
Orthodox Jews and an authority \ ledge
ledge in that country where, as you
gram with excerpts from Rimaky-Kor- an
know, it has been my privilege t o axes
the Talmud.
sakoff's "Le Coq d'or."
She made her debut in opera at cute the humanitarian work of the
Ossip Gabrilowitsch, conductor of
Parma under the baton of Cleofonte American Relief Administration un-
the Detroit Symphony, will preside
Chapanini on Dec. 6, 1913, in Verdi's der the general direction of Hon. Her-
over the orchestra at the pair of con-
"Oberto," and almost immediately bert Hoover," he writes:
certs to be given on Thursday
took her place in the front rank of
"There was a time, not so long ago,
(Thanksgiving) and Friday evenings
Italy's dramatic
sopranos.
fame spread
to the From
other when there was doubt in the minds o
at which Josef Hofmann will make
her countries and to South some people, as to whether Americans
uropean
his first appearance in Detroit as so- there
America, and in all of these places should do anything for the suffering
loist with the orchestra. Conductor E
P eople in Russia because our govern-
Gabrilowitsch has chosen Haydn's
she sang with enormous success. tier ment has refused to recognize t e
Symphony in C major for the chief
American triumphs with the Chicago present regime in that country. I be-
orchestral offering of the evening.
CONGREGATION MISHKUN ISRAEL
Opera Company then followed.
lieve that this doubt no longer exists,
f
Preliminary to the performance
of
Mme. Raise is in private life Sig- to any extent, because our people have
lowitsch
will
the symphony, Mr. Gabri
nora Giacomo Rimini, who himself is realized that the relief of . suffering
give as the first number of his pro- one of Italy's most distinguished
, 't
construed, as.
cannot be construe
gram Beethoven's Overture to "King
baritones. Mr. Rimini appears in , ■ should not be construed, a political
Stephen," and in compliment to the
At BLAINE AND LINWOOD
joint recital with Mme. Raise and his act " writes Col Haskell. "The great
soloist of the occasion will conclude
Linwood.
art and voice adds no small share to t work that was done by Americans in
Inquire of A. Simon, Blaine and
the first half of the program with a
the pleasure of these occasions. Sig- the Volga section with funds voted by
presentation of Josef Hofmann's nor Rimini's appearance with the
the Congress of the United States of
tone poem, "The Haunted Castle."
Chicago Opera Company have made America and with the expressed ap-
Following t he intermission, Josef
OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT
him well known throughout the coun- proval of President Harding, did not
Hofmann will play Rubinstein's
make Bolshevists of the American peo-
Fourth Concerto, in D minor, for try.
Mme. Raise will appear in Detroit ple, or commit them to Bolshevist prin-
piano and orchestra.
on Monday evening, Nov. 30, at Or- ciples. In the same way, the assist-
ance your committe has been render-
chestra Hall.
.
Greatest Soprano in Two Decades
ing and proposes to render to the Jews
Josef Hofman, Famous Pianist,
of Russia, will not make Bolshevists
MORGAN
JONES
SPEAKS
— and
Plays at Orchestra Hall
FOR THE LABOR FORUM of you or your committee, or of the
on November 26.
contributors to the fund. It will only
The Detroit Labor Forum has se- Igerve to emphasize once more the green
Josef Hofmann, the famous Polish
RO SE
Famous Baritone of the Chicago Opera Company
cured the services of a very interest- heat of the Jews of this country, and
pianist who has made his home in Am-
their humanitarian action on behalf
PIE"UREN
ing
and influential member of
F
erica for the greater part of his life
of
their
Russian
co-religionists,
will
British Labor party to speak at their
The Store With a Reputation.
and who will be heard here on Nov. Forum meeting here Sunday, Nov. win the applause of the entire Ameri-
26, 27, at Orchestra Hall, is not a be-
22, at 3 p. m., in the person of Mor- can people.
liever in egotism. "To rise high enough gan Jones. He is secretary of the
"The farm-settlement work so ably
Open Evenings Until 8:30.
Rais• has no equal. Th. appearance of these two artists
above others to be seen, an artist most British Labor party, a member of begun by Dr. Joseph A. Rosen and his
IRA FRIEDENBERG, Prop.
is always • sens•tion.
I forget self," he declares in one of the I'arliament to the McDonald ministry staff 'is the most hopeful enterprise
Phone MELROSE 5509
Cadillac 5783
aphorisms for which he is noted and as secretary to the Board of Educa- that ,has yet been undertaken to as-
Seats now at GrinnelPs Box Office
which are frequently quoted as valu-
sist the tens of thousands of your co
tion.
able to beginners in the difficult pro-
Mr. Jones has been returned at religoinists in Russia who through
fession of music,
four consecutive elections as M. P. various causes have been deprived of
Art is the important thing in his for the Caerphilly Division. Ile was their former means of livelihood and
Els
faith. "You forget art and it forgets the first labor M. P. to be formally reduced to beggary.
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
you," he admonishes those who would opposed by a Communist candidate.
"I have read Dr. Rosen's report, a
ORCHESTRA
VICTOR KOLAR Conducting
place their personalities ahead of the His subject is "The British Labor copy of which you were good enough
HALL
matter they are interpreting. And Party in Action." The Detroit La-
send me. It is an impressive docu-
when any one asks him how to reach bor Forum is being conducted by the
ent, based on actual experience in
perfect achievement he will always Detroit Federation of Labor.
the field it covers, and is only another
Soprano
answer: "Perfect sincerity plus per-
indication to me of the great ability
JOHN
WUMMER,
Flute
fect simplicity equals perfect achieve-
of
the
man,
and
his
deep
concern
in
the
CIVIC PRIDE ASSOCIATION
H•II. Glendale 8290
ment, if the capacity of the individual
welfare of his people. His plan is a
Tickets 25c to $1 at Orchestra
allows."
The Civic Pride Association of practical feasible one, the correctness
THURS., FRI., NOV. 26.27—GABRILOWITSCIL Conductor
Greater Detroit will meet at the of which is proved by what has been
PIANO
Women• City Club on Wednesday, accomplished.
"Frankly, when the Agrojoint's ag-
SOLOIST
Nov. 25, at 2 p. m. Luncheon in the
Hadyn
C
Major
Symphony—Rubinstein
Piano
Concerto
in
D
Minor.
main dining room at 12:30. Call ricultural work in Russia began, I was
Tickets $1 to $2.50 at GrinnelPs and Orchestr• Hall.
skeptical about its success. The rea-
8290.
social committee of Junior Mrs, N. C. Loud, Hemlock 0933-W,
son for that was inherent in the past
Phone Reservations Only Through Glendale
-
Hadassah announces its annual mem by Tuesday evening for reservation. history of the Jews there, who for
bership dance to be given at the
centuries had been mainly engaged in
Shaarey Zedek Sunday evening, Dec. STEAL KEREN HAYESOD FUNDS commercial or professional pursuits.
20. The dance is for paid members
I could not see how such people could
LONDON.—(J.
T.
A.)—Petty
cash
only and their escorts. The members
The very spaciousness of the beautiful
be taken out on the steppes and trans-
who have not yet paid their dues are to the amount of £5 was the spoil of
mezzanine and lobby, banquet halls, card
formed into farmers.
thieves
who
broke
into
the
Keren
urged to do so immediately In order
"Hence, when I was in Russia this
rooms and private dining rooms and special
to take advantage of this opportun- Hayesod office of the View End Quar- summer, I was delighted to learn that
Th• Mo. Unique Theatre In the World.
Downtown Ticket Office at Grinnell
ter.
The
thieves
searched
the
rooms,
drawing rooms for dancing, make Hotel
ity. Because the organization is pri-
WOODWARD AT ELIOT—GLEN. 0792
this magic had been worked by Dr.
50c and 75
opening
drawers
and
files,
and
left
marily a charitable one, tickets are
Mats. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday,
Wolverine the most sociable place in De-
to
$1.50.
75c
Rosen,
and
now
I
feel
sure
that
he
can
Nights
not complimentary. Tickets can be the office in complete disorder. Money
Phone Calls Only Through Glendale 9792.
troit to entertain.
obtain the same results with the larg-
collected
in
the
View
End
Quarter
secured only from the social commit-
est possible number if sufficient means
SUNDAY LAST TIME "THE SWAN"
tee and prior to the affair. No tick- had been banked the day before.
The smartness of the service makes ah
are provided.
ets will be sold the evening of the
invitation here a real compliment. Out of
" I have every reason to believe that
Beginning Monday, November 23.
GERMAN JEWISH LEAGUE
dance. Miss Florence Shirley Krell
the Russian government's interest in
season dainties, make dining a real treat.
is chairman of the social committee,
DANZIG.—(J. T. A.)—A League this effort is sincere. It is to Russia's
You can entertain so creditably that you
with the Misses Rose Gordon, Rose
own interest that the Jews should suc-
will entertain more often because of Hotel
Lipsitz, Helen Shetzer, Mabel August, of National German Jews has been
A New American Comedy
founded in Danzig, with statues simi - ceed as farmers, first, because it will
Rhea
Harris,
Miriam
Levine
and
Wolverine's special inducements.
solve a difficult urban problem, and
lar
to
those
of
the
German
Imperial
Ethel Steinberg assisting.
League. According to the statues, second, because it will add to the pro-
members of the league must consider ductive elements of the country and
P. M. RASKIN ON TOUR
their political attitude only from the thus improve its own economic condi-
The well-known Anglo-Jewish poe t German-Danzig angle and not from tion.
By FRANK DAZEY
"I have every reason to believe, also,
t
r, P. M. Raskin, has lef the Jewish point of view.
that the population in general is
Produced Under the personal Direction of Hugh Ford and
Ion a'stour or Miami, Fla., and the
While I was
Jessie Bonstelle.
ARREST
FOREIGNERS
friendly
to
the
movement.
South, in the interest of the Jewish
in Moscow last summer I discussed
National Fund campaign. Zionists
A Delicious Story of Modern Marriage.
this
question
with
many
leading
men,
PARIS.—(J.
T.
A.)

Twenty-six
of
are requested to avail themselves
The "Wage" Earner and Salaried Man.
Jews. Every
Ovsyloo/Vri, Grand Circus Park
ROLLICKING—COME
Mr. Raskin's visit and to arrange foreigners were arrested during a po non-Jews as well as
HUMOROUS SITUATIONS—SATIRIC,
ELIZABETH STRUT JUST LAST Of WOODWARD
massmeetings and other functions in lice raid here. It was found that 12 with whom I talked was convinced that
I behalf of the Jewish National Fund. entered France without proper docu- there was no probability of a recur-
ments. They will be sent back to the , rence of pogroms. By going in for
cc-
4,...gangmegial 1 1
frontier, ti was declared. Four were {arming the Jews are themselves re-
ANNOUNCEMENT
imprisoned for carrying false pass- 1 moving one of the causes of misun-
TONIGHT
derstanding, of envy and of hate."
A Deluge of
and
Jack S. Wolf has been appointed ports.
Thrills and
E very Nigl
state director for the Jewish Penal
Caters
to
Private
Weddings.
Laughter
Welfare Association and has opened
VVCJ
his offices at 8213 Beaubien street.
MATINEES THANKSGIVING DAY AND SATURDAY
Mack B. Weiss, caterer, who now
Donald Gallaher and Jam. F. Elliott P eeeeee
resides at 1670 Pingree avenue, re-
LAFAYETTE and SHELBY
The Crowning Success of Two Continents.
cently began the plan of taking of
Eleventh Record-Breaking W.k•
Blue Sky Limit of Mystery and Fun.
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Beginning This Sunday Night.
Joie the Garrick Cretird• Nightly and Ke. Young. The Best LeughIng O"
of all kinds at his home. He will
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take entire charge of the affair, limit-
THANKSGIVING MATINEE
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ing the number of persons to about
Will Be at Popular Prices.
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40, a number which can be conveni-
In memory of Philip David Gor- ently and efficiently served in his
don, who passed away two years ago, home. Mr. Weiss has attained an
enviable reputation in the city as an
In Heidelberg.

By Ralph Spence. Staged by Walter F. Scot , .
Nov. 21, 1923.
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THAT "THILLING, CHILLING, KILLING" MYSTERY
Th• King of All Musical Plays. A
Production of Glorious Singing. The
No on. knows the silent heartache,
served at many of the large social
With MR. MULLIGAN and MR. GARRITY
Only those who loot ran tell,
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Nov. 20.
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