America 'mesh Prrio&al eater
CLIFTON AYINUI • CINCINNATI 20, OHIO
HONORS AURBAC H
performance indicates a cap acit y
house. The esteem in which Mr.
Aurbach is held by the followers
BLUMENTHAL TOUR irm* firth El
OF MICHIGAN, OHIO .
J. Margolis Opens Law
Office in Pittsburgh
An audience of 500 people al-
manifested in their ready response
Friends of Jacob Margolis,
tended the Chanukah celebration
to pay him tribute. It is the con-.
former editor of The Detroit
Tuesday evening at the Byron-
census of opinion that Mr. Aur-
Jewish Chronicle, will be inter-
On Sunday, Dec. 16, the pulpit
ested to learn that he has opened
Testimonial Performance is bach has done more to popularize Regional Director of United
the Yiddish theater in Detroit
will be occupied by Rabbi Leon
offices for the general practice
Palestine Appeal Organ-
Most Unique Ti. Shop in Detroit
Planned for Monday,
than any one individual. Idealis-
Frain, who will speak on the sub-
of law at SO4 Law and Finance
izes Cities for Drives.
tic and conscientious, his art has
ject, "The Outlawry of War-A
building, Pittsburgh, Pa.
inspired him to give his audiences
Delusion." Services begin at 10:45
As a fitting tribute to his skill the best within him. This same director of the United l'alestine
Appeal for Michigan and Ohio, '
and art, both as director and lead- feeling has been transferred to his
Try Our that Plate
ing man of the Yiddish Players, associates to the end that the pub- has, during the past two weeks, Sabbath Services:
Samuel Aurhach will be honored lie is always assured of time well visited in Jackson and Lansing.
Rabbi Adolph II. Fink of the
Mich., and Cleveland, Youngstown,
with a testimonial performance on spent at the Yiddish theater."
Hours 11 a. m. to I a. m.
Canton, Toledo, Elyria and Lo- Ilitlen Foundation at the Univer-
Monday evening. Jan. 7, at Litt-
rain, Ohio. He addressed meet- city of Michigan will occupy tho
11.1. Your Tea Leaves
Land Contracts Bought
man's People's Theater, Twelfth
Read by the Famous
logs in these communities and or- Pu In
DONAT ES5 0
tion and annual Chanukah dinner
Mr. Aurhach, whose popularity H. U. C. BUILDING FUND
are held in the main auditorium of
of the Congregation Emanuel was
has increased with each succeed-
Late of the DEN OF FORTY
held at the synagogue, corner Tay-
In Jackson, Mr. Blumenthal ar- the Temple.
In celebration of his eightieth
ing performance of this now fa-
lor and Wilson avenues, on Sun-
ranged for a campaign meeting
mous company, is one of the most birthday, Isaac M. Bernheim of
day evening, Dec. 9, about :too
Appointniente-Ph. Cherry 6721
for Wednesday Dec. 19. Morris Grand Rapids Rabbi to Occupy
loved and capable actors to ever Louisville and Cincinnati, has ..
people being present.
grace the Yiddish stage in Detroit completed the $250,000 building Herman is chairman and Louis
Chanukah candles were blessed
Rabbi Philip F. Waterman, the
Mischa Ellman, business man- fund for a new Hebrew Union Glick In vice-chairman.
by Cantor Mittman, which was fol-
Lansing, Mr. Blumenthal sue- rabbi of Congregation Emanuel,
tiger of the company, states: The College library in Cincinnati by .ceded in eliciting the aid of Jacob Grand Rapids, who is well known
:owed by presentation of the Amer
Store Fixtures and
advance sale of tickets for this giving the sum of $25,000.
icon and Zion flags by Maxine
to the members of Temple Beth
Karbel and Esther Fisher. Rabbi
Youngstown workers were slim- El, will occupy the pulpit of Tem-
Ashinsky gave an interesting talk.
ulated by him to make a drive for pie Beth El on Sunday, Dec. 23.
Bring your fiaamtal
DE GRAFF FURNACE CO.
A candle drill, in which eight
the collection of outstanding and will speak on the subject "A
problems to us.
little girls representing, the Chanu- Authorised Garland and Sunbeam Dealers I
pledges. Striving After Wind."
kah candles took part, was pre-, ;rateSnY .C
In Canton he arranged for a
1 ; luP:nt:
sented, under the supervision of the
dinner-meeting to be addressed by Young People's Temple Club:
teachers of the Bible classes and /too it nos Made In old or New Homes ,
Rabbi Solomcn Goldman of Cleve-
The young people of the Tem-
land on Jan. 10.
pie are particularly happy that so
ABRAHAM COOPER, President
Last Sunday evening Mr. Blum- large a roportion of the member- Philadelphia hall given by the of a Mogen Dovid formed by a
Caelt or Time Payments.
enthal addressed the annual Cha- ship of the congregation came to Northwestern Women's League of
Total Paid-In Capital and Surplus
nukah dinner of Hadassah and see their musical lay. Satisfied as
Zionist District of Toledo.
they are with the considerably. the United
Prof. E. Hebrew
Ground Floor, 320 W. Fort
A U. P. A. campaign will open financial return, which will go Chanukah candles.
chair of vice-president of the Sen-
first president, since the erection
ate in the free city of Danzig may in Lorain on Jan. 7. Isadore Ja- into their community and Temple Ashinsky delivered a special Pray- of the synagogue, Mr. M. Kaufman,
soon be occupied by a Jewish labor coby is Lorain's chairman. service fund, they are especially Cr. Cantor A. Bolivian accom- president, Rabbi Ashinsky, Mrs.
gratified at the evidence that the anied on the piano by Prof. E.
leader, Dr. Kamnizer, if the pres-
whole congregation means to en- raluilkovsky, rendered two vocal Herman Fisher and Mrs. Eli
ent coalition list in the Senate "STRANGE INTERLUDE"
3achse, past and present presidents
AT WILSON THEATER courage them in their work. They solos. Miss Betty Milkovsky, ac- •of the Sisterhood spoke, and the
election will be carried.
are soon to announce a program of companied by Miss Miriam Gold•
If the coalition is successful,
latter presented a check for $500
Dr. Kamnizer will be the de facto O'Neil's Moat Successful Play
an d social service for the rest of folk songs. Pupils of the United to Mr, Kaufman, for the congrega-
parliamentary government chief
Lasts from 5:30 to 11 p. m.
tion, on behalf of the Sisterhood.
Hebrew schools directed by Miss
responsible to the Volkstag. An
Mrs. Eii Levin was chairman and
Tiktin and Miss J. Lippit, pre-
intense opposition on the part of
The much-heralded play,
Mrs. Isadore Karbel vice-chairman,
Sisterhood Extends Its Religious H.
Not merely a ',amongst
vented a Hebrew playlet. Mr. Leo
the Nationalists is expected during "Strange Interlude," will open at
by the following commit-
-A guest always
Schonbraun, accompanied by Miss
the camp aign.
the new Wilson Theater on Mon-
tee: Mrs. Herman Fisher, Mrs. Jos.
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth Evelyn Collier gave violin solos. ' L. Ruby, Mrs. Edith Rosenzweig,
Simultaneous with this an- day, Dec. 31.
nouncement came the statement
This Theater Guild production of El has opened another branch re-' Mrs. M. Weksler, president and the Goldberg, Mrs. Anna Erusall, Mrs.
of Julius Ilevelevsky, member of Eugene O'Neil's most important ligious school. This time it is in league addressed the audience on Mrs. Mendel Rosenzweig, Mrs. I,.
the Senate, that he intends to re- and successful play must begin its the Wayne County Training School, the significance of Chanukah. Men- A . B.
51 Ashinsky, Mrs. May Jact111-
sign from his post because of con- performances at 5:30, and there at Northville. Miss Betty Zino of dames F. Richmond, S. Kelt, L. son, Mrs. Ralph l'aul. Reserva-
tinuous anti-Semitic agitation are to be no matinee perform- the Detroit public schools holds a! Weingarten were chairmen of the tions were in charge of Mrs. Max
war assisted by Ales-
religious school session with the ' affair. They were
Schubiner and costumes for the
The first five acts are played be- 18 Jewish children of the institu- dames N. M' auldren, M. Cohen , . children in program were made by
11:30 A. M.
Margolis, Ch. Brody,
tween 5:30 p. m. and 7:45 p. m.
11:69 A. M.
!M. Hayman, A. Markson, I.
CEASE CLINICAL WORK From 7:45 to 9 p. m. is the dinner
' stein, S. Widre, L. Schlein, E. Pal-
FOR LACK OF CORPSES hour intermission, and from 9 Inform the Rabbi:
Rabbi Fram is very desirous of lock, B. Schwartz, E. Kopel, S.
G. & B. Decorative Shop.
o'clock until shortly after 11
being informed wherever there is Munch, E. Smilo, A. Mogulevsky,
Nest to Hudsox's
Next to Shubert
LEMBERG.-(J. T. A.)-Jew- o'clock the remaining four acts
ish students in the medical college are shown.
The G. & B. Decorative Shop,
107 MICHIGAN 101 CADILLAC SQ. 1595 WOODWARD
Mr. O'Neil hinikielf refers to holds. Insofar as his doubly occu-and M. Busker. Latices and re-! 12226 Dexter boulevard, .t Cort-
of the University of Lemberg will
Comm Barium Hotel
Isle new 10.KYICE offers eve y convenience
land, is an old established, reliable
have to cease work in the clinic this play as two plays compressed pied time will permit this year, he freshments
or the COSIPORT of our alto.. The
should like to visit the sick. He
beneath one title.
Sonny South Lines enschee re ' I •
403 MICHIGAN GRAND RIVER W. 400 WOODWARD
for the lack of Jewish corpses.
firm in a new location. It carries
ooht the most modern and wifely son.
In actual playing time, "Strange
New Bldg., Cor. Case
The dean of the medical school
Darted coaches In the world Imlay. hood-
new Talmud Torah, Tuxedo and a complete line of wallpaper, paints,
ed, Imam& Licensed and Me dl/y Enilt fur
informed the Jewish students that Interlude" is more than twice as keep him informed.
Holmur. Nomination of officers' etc. It contracts for painting and
one sa rely and protection. Our motto le
long as the usual play. The in-
All members are
es: will take place. .
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237 3. Washington
Car. Saginaw and Pike
E K1 11 11 E
ses they will not be permitted to termissions are short. The set- Beth El Col e . of Jew
reasona bl e
urgently requested d to at en.
You are cordially invited to visit!
continue their work in the clinic. sings are so devised that they may
The last board meeting was held
be shifted quickly so that the the class in Jewish ceremonials
Studies, at the home of Mrs. I. Smilos, 2102! Don't let our tongue say what
Fare $5.00 One Way, or $9.50
ge J f Jewish
thread of the story suffers no dan• Beth El College
I your head my ay pay for.
gar of being dropped. Another Monday, Dec. 17, 9 to 10 p.
reason is that the play's tension The theme of the class session will
pm. Fell Inlermation WM. or Call
must suffer no long break. The be Sabbath ceremonials and their ,
The Only Direct Route
lengthy intermission is so placed meaning for modern people.
that it comes between the two
Please secure a visitor's card in
main parts of the play.
the college office on the second
8:15 a. m.-$15.00---8:30 p. m.
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For Young People:
Have you any time to give to
George C. Tyler, interpid entre- community service?
Thru Service. No Change.
preneur, was in town Tuesday in- Slawson of the Jewish Welfare
specting local auditoriums, with Federation suggests a highly con-
the result that he fixed on the large structive piece of service for you
8:15 A. M.-8:30 P. M
to do. It is to lead and advise a
theater of the Masonic Temple and
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and time for showing Detroit the and girls. But you cannot do this
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production of Shakespeare's "Mac- Vrithout some preparation.
Samuel Levine, director of the
Statler Detroit to Statler Buffalo beth," for which he had Gordon
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Jewish Centers Association, is con-
Craig do the settings.
By using the large auditorium ducting a class in club leadership
with its 4,500 seats, he will be able at Beth El College of Jewish
to keep his prices within the reach Studies every Monday night, 8 to
of those whose interest in Over 9 o'clock. As a member of the
things usually prevents their be- class you will be given an early
ing able to pay high prices for thea- opportunity to begin doing this
necessary piece of social service
Mr. Tyler, who has had a great under the instructor's able guid-
string of all-star revivals to his once and direction.
credit these last few years, admits
frankly that "Macbeth" is the most the office of
ambitious thing he has ever under- tie before 8 o'clock next Monday
taken-and the most successful. night.
Quite aside from the William Far-
num-Florence Reed cast, the offer- School of Religion:
Chanukah parties are being held
ing has been notable for the first
American showing of the Gordon by various classes of the school.
Craig stage effects. The alumni class is planning a!
social affair for the very near fu-.
The first High School dance
"The Crest Shop," Shoe ture.
was a very successful affair and
Store, Opens at Wood-
the Social Affairs Committee is
ward and Boulevard.
planning other events for the near
Are your children subscribers to
Congratulations are being ex-
tended to Benjamin Klayman and the Bethelite? In order to get the
Harry Dermer on the opening of full value of our school spirit your
their new ladies' shoe store, children should be subscribers to
"The Crest Shop," at Wood- the school paper. The subscrip-
ward avenue and West Grand' tion is 50 cents for the eight issues
boulevard. The store is one of of the school year.
Do you know that there is a na-
a chain of nine that will be built
Messrs Klayman and Dormer re..! tional Jewish children's magazine
cently took over the shoe depart- full of stories and pictures which
rnent of the May's Millinery Co., your child will delight in and
at 1043 Woodward avenue. which will mean much to your
child's Jewish education. Young
Israel is the magazine, and Rabbi
Fram frequently contributes stor-
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OF ZEDAKAH CLUB
The last regular meeting of the
club was held Monday at Mrs. Ann
F.lias' home, with President Ann
Zamsky presiding. The bridge-
luncheon was held at the Book-
Cadillac on Wednesday, Dec. 12,
and the committee in charge con- •
sisted of Mesdames Blanche Green.
blatt, Ann Paul, Lillian Newmann
Marie Goulding, Matilda Ilittel-
man, Elsie Ruben, Ethel Fisher,'
Ben Laulsberg• Mesdames Ann
Paul, Sarah Karbel, Sadie Simon
and Ann Zamsky were on the
committe to get the Chanukat!
gilts for the inmates of the orphan,
home. Bedroom slippers were the
gifts for the children.
Mrs. Sarah Kohn, 26 West Da-
kids, has charge of all ready lay-
ettes. Those in need of them should
call Longfellow 1157 and it will be
Mesdames Ann Arta, Minnie
Canvaser, Ilattie Schwartz and
Tillie Lepedos, are on the investi-
The Zedakah club gives a hearty
welcome to four new members, Mes-
dames Sebena Norman, Rose Gold,
Fannie Moss and Rebecca King.
The next meeting will be at Mrs.
Minnie Canvaser's home, 3011
Webb, Monday evening.
The club thanks Mrs. Fay Chat-
lin for the beautiful gift which was
raffled and brought in • sum of
money at the luncheon.
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