ABYSSINIA CROWNS ;
CHURCHILL STATEMENT i of the emphasis
of a few passages community should
l and phrases might easily have prospect of free (level. ; ,
brought the balance of the state- provide full opportunity hr the
(Continued from Page One.)
meat into harmony with the bl- I- Jewish
lion assuring his majesty's govern. once achieved in 1922. This, we pacities, it is essential
boo a "
and sanitation, as well as in the tra- °r t.:: tiol;riS Sit
Sigma Alpha Sorority.
Meta Alpha Theta.
p may ye t be done.
xoe,t .tth.e hoz! ,
J pu In nniere w . „. made meat that the activi ty of the or. hoe,
ditiona of Judaism and
Sigma Alpha Sorority met •t the home
Meta Alpha Theta Sorority met a
There are, however, at least two as of right and not of stvreranc
ganization would conform to the
toat r h,e, for incorporating social activities along
rangements were made for the formal of Misa tiorett• Goren. 15900 ('rudder home of Betty Weisman of Glynn
deviations of principle which must That is the reason why it
aengements were made The sokordy •ttended the dance a i aaa with chanty •Ifairs. The social affairs policy therein set forth and in let
dinner to be given at the Addison Ho- •venue. Finer
Honored Dr. Faitlovitch.
Settled.. Nov. X.
by Detroit Auxiliary of Los An
The first has sary that the exists ,
Officers were , nin .
n, in the Florentine Room of the
Ras Tafari is deeply interested in (el,
Sanatorium at the Graystone on No a: g, lecture. from members and friends. The lution.
elected na follows • Billie Fuller, treat-
Dr. Chaim \N etzmann already been mentioned.
Lord Jewish National Horne in " I
son Hotel. In honor of the second T i t enez
the Jewish education of the Falash- dent,
n i g w:..n
11 1,1 o
a , t ,. the hun le o f 110f i f t
also announces Its annua l winter .
wrote, "The Zionist Organization Passfield in basing himself upon should be internationally guano,.
vice-president: I anniversary of the sorority
fro lic to take place Christmas
Shaw, secret•ry; Ida Gross, tree.I is chairman of the commit
as, and in 1928 presented a sum of Gera
wk. I has at all times been sincerely de- the report of the permanent man- teed and that it should be far
• tee in charge
The next meeting will bk •t 1
kk' The next meeting will be at the home of
money for the purchase of a site ore.
Falk (. 2 . 5 1 the Kentucky Colonela will fur- sinus of proceeding in hormoni• dates commission of the League of recognized to rest upon the ancient
N. 0. T. Girls.
home of Faye Meyerson of Vicksburg.
he 11 O. T. Girls met Oct. 3 1. at nigh the music. The entert•inment cum. OHS co-operation with all sections Nations that the obligations laid historic connection."
sue on Nov. 9.
Alpha Sigma Phi.
mittee will al. he
av many radio and
honored Dr. Faitlovitch with a dec-
of the people of Palestine.
down by the mandate in regard to
I were made for a
Alpha Sigma P hl fraternity's seventh I
stage stars to assis t I n t h
e entertain -
T h ere
memberdip drive. f
ere s no use at this sage in
Troty Yeah Girls,
On this basis, therefore , the the two sections of population are px
meeting was held sit the home of Rubin
All those intereste d in joining t h •
I next meeting will be
The Abyssinian Jews were dis- Lod. on NOV. 2. Officers are: R. Loalt, I On Oct. 29, the Misses
aminin g whether th
• "f . ..is, con do so by calling Euclid isun government of Palestine has been of equal weight has overlooked or
e Betty and Es- M ks Jeanne Solomon, 3219 Sturtev•nt.
L. Itardach. vice-president: II. they Kohn were hoe gg s .. to Tr uty Vech .
covered about 60 years ago by Prof.
A bridge social took to e place of ,
Halevi. Though lost sight of for Baskin, secretary. Members will be the . Girls.
mn ,: regular r EnniLei
meeting. . .Nits. e. A . n ne Hirsh.
guests of Theta Kappa itho fraternity the
Alpha Gamma Phi SororitY•
centuries, they had preserved their
4 Met. I ti ara Kohn 11 The Modernistic. met at the home of
ing. Nov. 9, •t the Y.
Alpha Gamma l'hi Sorority met Nov. 4.
We now come to the fourth Secondly, frequent use in Lord Palestine mandate were ,,1: and
IA4 Sophia Goldstein, 15.39 LaSalle.
evenf raternity'a commit teem
Jewish traits, keeping the Sabbath next
a t o hold
The entire meeting was taken up with a milestone,
namely, the White I'assfield's pap e r o f man d at ory unw ise .
The sole que,tion or
t heersee Werc.raT m eT
y discussion for • program of e
e ht len ;xi " eb v edr.; km
'' , onth . The
and the Jewish festivals, circum- •re: Entertainment. Leo Itordach, Play. ,'
paper issued from the colonial of. obligations " to inhabitants of l'al- whether they are being fulfilled is
Harry Baskin and Ilarry Fogel: public- ! next meeting will he at the how e of Mi. talented members of the club. The club • c
donated to charity. The neat meeting will : pointed .a
cizing their male children, and con- its. finery ,. 0.,, i, i ,,,,,,,,, 110 . mem b er . : Helen Schneider. 296 Owen ave dun.
follows: Sophie Ellis. harm, flee by Lord Passfield in the tires- estine, both Arabs and Jews," di- or that they are incapabl
be •t the home of Miss Jennie Sadon, 2602 Brock, Jeanette Gottschalk and Beside
e of ( id
ducting worship in houses of pray- hetwen the tures of 17 and 21 should
ent month. The questi o n whi c h verges fundamentally from the fillment, or that our latest
Bud. Vista, :kind. Nov, 9.
Tau Tau Iota Sorority •
Shepherd. Pro•pet:live members present
er. There are 50,000 Falashas in get In touch with Harry Baskin, 9140
were, Jean Miller, Ann Goldberg and has to be judged is whether the 1922 White Paper which, followin g ernment has neither the will nor
Delmar, Arlington 495I-R. I Miss Sarah Klessmer of Cal vert • ve- '
Eta Rho Sorority.
Dorothy Steinberg. Memberahip is still new declaration of the Socialist upon the Balfour Declaration and the means to persevere 0, their
nue was htovtf. at the social me eting. 'rhe
Et. Rho Sorority met a
reaidence kW, for prospective m embers. Anyone
Club Galaxy. I new oMcers of the etroritY
ae re trlatit. '
government departs from the posi- the mandate, recognized in obligu- fulfillment, there is one reilef
of Miss Faye Mishkin. 2211 Taylor. The Interested should call
Club Galaxy met at the home of Sara tasted. The evening included b ridge a n d b
at the Y. W. H.
' r i,,,,,4„„,,h,„,,
„„,.int i+ to b e h e ld e r A..
Simon. 1510 Lee Plate, Oct. 31. On dancing. Mis. Sophie Sherm
Tuesday night. The girls will meet tion established in 1922, which po- tion not only to the inhabitants of one relief only which can
The most important sound pic- Saturday, Nov. I, the Hallowe'en party Woe& The Hallowe'en party k^ . ",ik ,r ; the home of MI.+ Betty Goldman. 3753 amain nest Tuesday for •• social pProgram. sition was, however reluctantly, Palestine - Arab or Jew-but to sought. No one could claim that
wa` •'''' Elmhurst. Gor 16 guests.
Due to the
as }'•r Na,,. Nov. I. The next meeting will be •t the
ture ever produced, "The Big Trail"
accepted by Zionists as an inter the Zionist mov e m
11 over the
en t all
nation is bourn 1 f
2535 Blaine. The club w
e sm •n will be ou t of
• room home of Miss Fred. Milsk of Hazelwood fart that Mk s Wi
Mu Tau Sorority.
is the most ambitious achievement In !tractile. Intermediate offered
town for se veral moths,
On Nov. I, Mu Tau Sorority held
pretation of the Balfour letter world to whom the original prom- time, irrespective of event, or of
School re the avenue.
the Fox Film Corporation has ever rneetina place In order to eccommodate
: w. appointed acting scribe. Nies Celia ation for Its pledgee, Mi. Erdal. Abrams, and of the mandate. Here it ise was made. their own physical and moral
&Oman we, granted • leave of •lotence at the Itook•Cadillar, In the form of • should be said that the difference
Brith Sholom Juniors.
undertaken in its entire history of the number of members for the next
"When it is asked," says the strength to pursue the policy of es-
pajama party. Preceding the party, •
Al the Brith Sholorn Juniors' open
motion picture making, and it is
is largely one of emphasis. Lord White Paper of 1922, "what
dinner wiis given in Miss Ahr
tablishment of the Jewish National
e ling Oct. 29. Joe srhwarte, dro
now being shown at the Fox Thea-
Kappa Kappa Alpha.
Blue Bird Cirk met
•nt N•t Colack. playing the
evening, or ott long Wah Lo Cote. followed by • Passfield is an aged minister worn meant by the development of the Home. But from the moment that
K•ppa Kowa Alpha elected the fol.
N ov. 4 at the home of Mrs. R. Clinton. theater party. The next meeting will be with a lifetime of literary and so. Jewish National Home in Palestine we recognize and proclaim that
ter. It dwarfs all comparison; it
and piano. entertained.
Maori., K Inas.
lowing officers on Oct. 31: President. LB- ton wit recently elected third trustee.
301 11 ("ortland.
were ma d e for a
rises above all human conception Ilan Heck; vice-president. Esther Web.
ciological labors who has, as is it may be answered that it is not we have departed from there un-
t henlikah party. The next so cial rneet• Phil ad elphia
well known, long been anxious to the imposition of a Jewish na- dertakings and are regarding the
of film perfection, and creates, by bre: serret•ry. Ruth Desk, treasurer,
ing will be held at the home of Mr*.
Tau Sigma Rho Sorority.
its accurate vision of a glorious and Fern Fenton. The next meeting will be
Mitchell, 2619 Webb avenue, and the
seek repose. It may well be that tionality upon the inhabitants of Zionist cause as a mere incon vem.
on Nov. 7, at the home of Mi. Elite
Rho Sorority met •t the
The Deborians held their guests 11.1•
following meeting will he at the home
spectacular period of American Moss, 3260 Fullerton.
home of Miss Lea Sherman, 855 Leices-
lowe'ero party on Saturday. •t the home he has not given that intense per- celestine as a whole, but the fur- ent incident in the colonial office
of Mn.. Re. Cohen, 1222 Clements ave.
ter court, Oct. it.
history, the most brilliant and co-
of is s. Nayand Loretta Gorelick. The sonal attention anti original effort ther development of the existing administration tof Palestine,
?aka Lillian Pearl- nue. on Nov. It.
ns•n was acceptml
atenther and the
next meeting will be at the Jewish Cen- to this White Paper that contro- Jewish community, with the assist- bound to return our matolate
lossal film epic of all times.
delta Sorority entertained 40 guests : Misses Marie Yuen, Hilda Silverberg and
ter, Sunday. Nov. 9. The program will
Delta Omega Iota S or
versial delicacy and importance of 'once of Jews in other parts of the the League of Nations arid forego
at • H•lowe en masquerade party are t : ' '' n
orlecture on 0. Henry,
wlr.,''' ..."•Iliwi , •" •
sit the America', great short story writer. by subject required. No one, accord- world in order that it may become the strategic moral and material
or °Trent. re.otted . h„...„.
15095 Prest •venue. At midnight
ho, Ed o . ar nrae ,,,,, a , 9702
guest. un masked •nd were G•mes
re- 1." M I . '" i
r• • Idi".• Miwi 9 •3' sluff
Ilarry Gruber. A general discussion of
ff . -
ing to the premier, was more sur- a center in which Jewish people advantages arising from the Brit.
, mei, aicr.president •rol treasure"
n frien silimente by two ghosts.
Miss North &fetlock], on Nov. 4. The next (I. Henry's stud. Wilt follow.
prised than the colonial office at as a whole may take, on grounds ish control of, and association with
da nci ng were the diverse
k of the eve- Lillian I eerlrnan,. seeret•ry, Mks An- meeting will be at WAX Bessie Al pert's
home 1574 Cortland.
I nette Hochma: (hronfrle reporter.
the interpretation placed upon of religion and race, an interest the lloly Land.
Ch•r-So Clu b g•ve • Hall
document. The alternation and pride. But in order that this
(Copyright. 1930, J. T. A I
the home of Alin, Hilda Silverberg, IV
Tri Sigma Sorority.
ort . . at
* WHITE *
No other food is as healthy
for the system as milk products.
Make sure you get the best.
White Star Sour Cream and
ASK YOUR GROCER
Mks Helen ',Allen,. was hostess to
a party of 10 couples, Oct. 31 •t the
annual Hallow. en festival given td Tel
Jerk Perchlk. Ilenry
Friedman, M1•. Lillian Goodin. and
Miss Sonia linkman won prizes in
W. W. Girls met at the home of Flora
!ence Terris. 503 Hague. Tuesday eve-
g. e decoded upon • hike for
, this Sunder to Rouge Park. to termi-
nate with wienie roast In the late af•
ternoon. The social committee reported
on the bridge social held Oct. 2.. Mi.
Anne LaCioe end MI. Sophie Schwartz
were guests of the club. The club was
Tau Chi Delta.
met •1 th 2.
Loft , .1221 DRic
el.ht. . Nov.
Pearl :Snyder and Minnie Weenst, were
present. The weenie
nt roast held Oct. 26
was • success. A
party is to be
I held Nur. 29. Next meeting will be at
invited to attend the wedding of Nettle
MI. If Chandsh will Dave Schiff ! the home of 11..4 Cohen,
G30 King •ve- ' Shanhom
NOV. 30. The
were •wartled Eversharp pencils for tell- nue.
will be •t
.t the home of Anne
Ing the hest and biggest Ile. at the Hal. I
untner. 2269 Gladstone, Nov. II.
lowe'en party given by the Almwell Club
Sunday, Nov. 2, •t the home of Dave and
Tawassee Girls met •t the "Y" Sun-
Sid ney Rehm Ml', ir ee r e i ee Feldma n
, day. Ann CI.. wax• guest of the eV, '
I ui I' Ila k, Ralph Ilernsteln. also
The Omega Socies met at Y. W. H.
An "Pen meeting Is to
1,1111. Goodm•n, as cher. Sunday. Nov. 9. Those intereated be held A., Nov. 2. Dorothy RedIrlatt, chairman
REV. JACOB I. SKLAR
15 Years' Exp.
toyed by the members and escorte o n the Eastern Star Temple, so Went Alex.
The Nile hawkClub met Sand. at
Noy. I at the home of Florence Horwitz
.drine. It k the first time the ansem-
I the home of Frank I Lute
Marlon Handelman will be host.. at the
chap. horst. Plans were made for an informal
ter, and Dorothy Selik, donsoring
worthy advisor, I dinner to he held Thanksgiving night.
It eroding no efforts to make this eve- Nov. 29,
at Hotel Addison. to install of•
Alpha Tau F
to all who attend. A cera In answer to rmouests Dian follow-
The Alpha Tau Fraternity inducted musical program has
been arrangml, •nti
ens for an informal dier
nn dance, men,
Mexwell Muller and Jack Zide el pledges.
ol•ns have been made to serve loncheon be. decided to hold an
In the dining
rooni•fLer Ihe initiation. on December.
Oscar K•hn. degree master. presided.
Member. of the fraternity were guests of
Abed Veredia S he
• bridge soclel
on Saturday at the home of Helen Brown.
A basketball team sell enter the Inter-
fraternal Ingue. Practice will he held
every Tuesday •t 9 p. m., •t the Hut chins
school. Norman Kaufman and
Pearl, members, are ZOIournIng In Call-
Imola. Several social affairs en planned
by the entertainment committee, Maurice
Jacobs In charge The next meeting will
be on Sunday at e. m., at the home of
Varda Girls Club
2225 Blaine Ass.
REV. H. MILKOVSKY
the home or Ni ,, Esther Krakowaki. The
annual dinner dance on Nov. I. at the
Pale. Irsor Night Club, mat ■ Ruceemm
The ne xt meeti ng will be at the home of
Mies. Becky and Rome
Perlin. All girl.
1935 for further information. The Var. of IP or over Interested in Joining should
dm Girl+ held
their Hallowe'en party at eorrespond with Mi. Clara Brodsky,
Beta Gamme Nu.
Englewmal. Sunday •fternoon.
Beta Gamma Ni, met at the home or
Ni.. Ilessye London of 1 . 1 01•4.11.
deal of the evening was Ml., Ruth
Cohn. The neat meeting will he at the
ome nf Miss Julia Roth of Glendale
Gamma Epsilon Mu Sorority,
}ridgy •f ternoon. I
Grebow. nI7 Monterey. The ways end
Local and Long Distance Moving
4 . 6°7°9
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We move you anywhere.
Complete Collision Service
We Service All Makes of
Batteries, Tires, Oils,
1901 W. Davison, at Twelfth
We Grow Hair!
tinae. an outstanding affair.
• it I al
an, a.. •te•
HERE'S OUR BALL!
announces its Second
SUN. EVE., NOV 16
Scores a Touchdown
By Adding the Popular
and his "ELEVEN" Book
Orchestra to provide
Buy Your Ticket Now.
includes • Jell Freed.
men. Rarer 11 Delidow, and Leo M
Th• club will w elcome
Those Interested see P
Jack Frerdm•n, 107,0
el members are 'treed :o
call the -e..
Purity Chapter is cpunsoving a I tar o
evos h. returned bridge tea. Wednead ty. NT, 12. ot
Seymoure Trivia, lien I General Electric Co., 1010 Cs. av
Wietx roan, Julius Sitors k v. and Dave the entire proeeeds n(
hid w ill v..
teren in as members. The charity. All toemhert
•11. t Ceti
like to get
Mrs. Sel .
low 221.. at the
in touch tend. Refreshments and ph,. for re: h
• club that is having • ba.ket be II table.
Zedahah C lub.
The K••N-ets met •t the home of 't
The chairman of enterlenment. Mrs. I
Sarah Eisler, reported
Zohott, 26. Rochester. on Sunday.
the Hallowe'en freshment• were served and bridge was
of Oct. 26. •
rrr . finan- played.
an y r a n d socially.
Member. were entert•ined by
The president. Mrs. the• Mi..' Shirley Tavlor •nd
A n na R
for their n, • k y. thanks all committer.
The next meeting will he •t the
bridge-tea oplendid ro-optration.
me of Miss Lilian Silver. 3030 S
srken Wednesday. Nov. 5, at vaint. on Sunda". No.•
at 410 R
Hrs. Tillie Davidson. was
ol. All proceeds de tolled ,
Delta Gamma Phi,
Mrs. S ara h Kohn ma.
Delta Gamm• Phi en
res. to the elub nn
t. 27, at
time Mrs. Esther Davis was rhos. hick meetinir at the home h ofld Miss
ond vire-preeident. Mrs
Any Weinbeck of he bridge too rnarnent le Dorothy
t cod menders to collect for oukt•ndiny Tessler. who will be awarded • prize
, .l. to further the work of Zed•kd the club. An
ting ix to be
Moorish will he gues t at Miss Pasmsky's home
speaker at the next rnetiene
home of Mn,. Myrtle Schreiber.
Gamma So lar Tau Sorority.
She will speak on
- The Prob-
lems of the Adoleseent Child.. At
The next regular meeting of the
the ma Sigma Tao
he held e the home
It Nov. 1. at the home of Mrs. of Alks Bessie Freen. on Friday. Nov.
was announce.] that Mr, 11.
IleieH Honn will he
hooe. to a Duni
shower, Tuesday evenine. Noy 11. at
Se mler Amid Club.
I he home of 51 rx. Radnor.
.732 LaSalle ,
ktiss Jean Herrn. 14 9719 B
boulevard. AdmIs•inn will he • lack•n w. b
.k tk". • t 'be . "
f o the
he given to the Jew- per Amici Club on Oct.
h Emergency win Relief
twg w ill he at the
h ome of 11 ks
Twelfth street. Members and friend,
t Reddy, 6334 Nor t hfield 111,1111..
from Mr.. Rose Bernstein and Mrs. Ann
Phi Alpha Centime.
l'hi Alpha Gamma SIO - Wit, met at the
home of Mix. Anne Lubin oTuesday.
Philemathk Debating Club. The Hallowe'en party held Nov,
o 1. was
Last Sunday evening in the A tk lotion erecessf
id. Members attended the che-
dance sponsored by the Detroit Au.
Club debated the no.-
Bier y of Los Angeles Sanatorium. The
"Resolved. The the Philornathic next meeting will be at the home of Mi.
l'iWwlin• nob. It Exists Today. he Esther SerEng. 2927
Max Chom•kv. upholding
the niseatI., defeated
Arthur Snyder on
er it y
this question. For next week there will
First meeting of
Deli. A m ino* So-
be • keit, topic program on which Al- ' ,
rite wt. held Nov. I. • 1 the
hers Pearl. S. Ratner, Bernard Sharkey. MI. Della Cohen, 17362 Indiana avenue.
and Norm•n Roessner. will participate.
The following steer. were elected, Pr.-
Gertrude Smith: secretary,
treasure r, Mi ss L t .
the meeting of the Aurora , tee Leen.,
Charter member. d:
t.irls was held at the home of
Miser Misses Gertrude Smith, Lucile Cohen
Lrizon Nelson. Mies Rose Rokoff of 2047 land Dorothe Perim, The tint meet
: West Euclid will be hostess of the next I
meeting. of Hiss
Club To-Po-Win. held Its fired Hal•
lowe'en party at the home of Mi. Irene
It. Klein of Collingwood. Mks Sather
Schubiner WAS chosen club reporter. The
club is to have a bridge-tea 1st the Ilos-
less Shoppe. Mi. I. ft. Klein was cho.
en chairman, proceeds to go to charity.
The next meeting is to be •t
of Mi. Esther Aronson of
more than your dollars worth'
F. N. C. Club.
'rhe F. N. C. Club m at the home
sires Kari•!. 1636 Gladstone, on Fri-
day. Plans were discussed •nd Louise
Levitt of 3260 Elmhurst will be hostess
at her home Sunday •fternoon to the
girls •nd their escorts. Tickets for the
Jewish concert band were purchased.
Beta Rho Delt• Sorority.
Beta Rho Delt• Sorority met at the
"Y . Oct. 30.
President, Rose Galen
Mild re Helfand, chairman,
I.aura Iterghoff, associate: publicity,
de Levin, chairm•n. Shirley Galen asso-
ciate: social •nd sport, Min Fox, chair.
m•n. Sadie Levin and Sally Cutler, asso-
ciates; membership Rae Marcus, chair-
man, Laura lierghoff, aasociate. Plans ,
• re complete for the first flower frolic,
the third •nnual dance, to be given Ste-
llar. Om 7. at the Itook•Cadillac Hotel
The Plantation Serenaclere will furnish
the music . For tickets call llogerth
star, Members •ttended the dance giv-
en by the Los Angel. Sanatorium on
Nov. 6, at the Graystone •Illt are
nine to •ttend the dance ,,f the Hawks
Club on Sunday.
a l T ata.
(In Sunday, Nov . 23 at the Book-Cad-
illac Hotel. the sorority will present Earl
Walton's Dixie Dandies, at its dance. A
silver loviny cup will be awarded to the
selling the intuit tickets.
Ticket+ ma y be had from members. or at
the door the night of the affair, Nov.
2, member, were hostesses at the Y. W.
A. Hallowe'en Party, to •httot ISO
The Ni ht
Club met at the home
of Mks it0. Resnick.
nredlent: Mildred Eagan, vire-preeldent:
Mee Gorelick. treasurer. •nd Rose Rex.
nick. secretary. The girls held their find
social at Diana Inn, lint. 25. The hos-
tess wa x Mi.
Betty Alpine', president.
Ohe wa• •ssistell by the )4
The responso of crowds of thrifty, style-
conscious Detroit women, to our announce-
ment of change in price, proves it to be one
of supreme importance and achievement. We
c-o now offering the latest new Fall Shoes in
a l the wanted materials and colors.
shoos are POSITIVELY THE SAME BETTY
JANE SHOES THAT FORMERLY SOLD FOR
not a eape
chr shoe purchased to con-
form with this new price.
Full Fashioned Sheer
123 State St.
and Mae Gorelick. Rose Resnick. Goldie
Kurland aol Mildred Fagan.
ATTACKS ON JEWISH
(Continued from Page One.)
newspaper reports of his speech
were partly misquoted and partly
At the name tinie Vaugoin and
Seipel assured the Jewish deputa-
tion that the Austrian Government
will protect the equal legal status
of Austrian Jews and will tolerate
no insulting remarks aimed at the
Jews on the part of members of the
Attacks on Jews in Poland.
WARSAW. - (J. T. A,) - A
group of unknown persons who are
believed to be members of the "Na-
tional-Democratic" party, raided
the offices of thin Nasz Przegland.
Warsaw Polish-Jewish daily, and
int. •nti theater party. The Welcom- broke its windows. After police
Harm Party in honor of Mi. Bassin ha , arrived on the scene the raiders
been postponed for Nov. 1, ,
The rest quickly departed.
. E W•l
Delta Omicron Sorority.
• a. hostes
ilman of Kirby • venut.
Melt. Ilmirron Burtrny I+ planning a following were the last meeting. The no•e tin v k to he at the home of N.
Thanloogiving Pert. for members •nd et, Faye Leer, presid
Rob en at ein of 1996 Kendall.
ent, Mi. Rose Green-
vlee.presblent and treaso roe:
Purity Chapter No. 559, 0. E. S.
Tonierin. secretary. Plans for the I
On Mond.y evening. Nov. 12.
forth-rooting bridge will he
completed at Chapter N,,, 359. (). E. S., will hobl
the n ett meting. at the
home of Nis. -pedal meeting and
Ito. Greenberg of Broadereet.
by • six o'clock dinner. The work
1.• exemplified by the prestnt corps
Argona ut Club.
The debating team
Dinner ix by reser...Non, ...I
Just a Few Days to Go-
IF , 4
to me of its xecretary.
MI. Hilda Bloom, 2932 Hazelwood ave-
nue. Prix. were given for hens
tune. sind to entertainer..
Mex. S. Am..
lender of 2525 Tyler have been chosen
chairwomen in chary, Tickets may be
from the chairwomen or •nv
The Malin Club met •
at the home of o
nine, Nov. 10, at the home of Mrs.. Mrs. II. Harr,
thi'y ' tn
Chas. M•rienthal, 24 99 Webb. For es- I Itridd •ncl • late mitt
luncheon provided the
a , aa ri a „ ca ll mi., .
fo r N
i o n
. " 2115.
ign etaB. ;Itrm
M rs. Sa r re I ing will be at the home of Mrs
S or!or*irt*yr, " r n et at
. N. Gross. the home of Miss Celia Goldsmith. 11.51
Y. Shulman and member, of the aos . In.. 1641
clety thank Mrs. Abe Gordon • nd her Nov.
date. The Mandel. .Rai..
committee for oinking the last
n.,..... „on,,nirr„ will meet Monday
That the End. Institute (;■■■we Bair
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: er of 2917 Fullerton anti
Nov. 14, at the home of
Jolly Elit• Club.
Maurine Stone of Longfellow ave• Two hundred attended the open meet•
held on Nov. 7. A brief dis- ing held at the Folk Shale, 539 Kenil-
charity worth, Tuesday. Harr Cohe
ork The b 7 ..ror te: i held
Oct. 26, in the 11 representative+ of the el
, an ce committee of the Detroit Auxiliary
The formal dinner dance
will o f th e Los Am.'. Sanato
Alpha Epsilon T..
be held shout Der. In, for
Alpha Epsilon Tau Freternity me t at escorts.
pr ogresx of thecharity
next meeting will he . the held Thursda
the Book Cadi
CadillacHow, N o v, 2.
to en S. Cohen
A , home
of Mildred Yarrows. 1668 Chicago presented the silver shield
dance COmmittee w elected with Jack
Lieberm•n •N chairman, •ssiated by Al
°tole. president of the Junior Michigan
Ws and Ed Solomon.
Delt &erne Rh 3
club, for disposing of the
most tickets at our second annual dance,
Del. Sigma Rho Sorority met
• r. A.
r . . it
I armsky. one of
. A., Oct. It. A imiatna
A. 'I'. A. Club met at the home of Ger- I will be held at the home of Mi. It Feld-
petit . 1 he Detroit del... to the convention
in Los Angeles reported on the "init.,
triode Goldberg. Oct. 30. Jack Hochman M.. 261 Holbrook.
w ■ s
A bridge will he
prospective member present. A I even by Mi. Celia
Min. Ben Goldberg, president of the Ite•
Modowits on Nov.
Halloween party was held Oct. 31. •
Auxiliary, spoke of the auxiliary's
at the 11. The 11•11oween party given by Mi.
home of Gertrude Goldberg.
An open Jeette
work. A m we. down of the ground
meeting Is to be held the last meeting of l• Noccess. Silverman, 3421 Michigan wan and building+ nf the Los Angeles
every month. The next meeting is to Lel
Entertainment on, offered by
at the home of Ray Fox.
Mn,, Co. Meister and B. Zeiler. Ilan,
La Gala GI II
The Hallowe'en frolic ar
m:en by the La , ins
I Gala CPIs for menbern and
The annual open meetin for members • Nov. I, at King Wahlit'a. was escort.
Auslander Family Club.
and their invited guests will take 'dace I Ten
The Airslander Family Club announces
rumples were speed at a beautifill
on Tueaday. Nov. lot, at the Book-Cadil• decorated table. The
Its fourth •nniold Thanksgiving diner.
decoration. were . dere!
1„„h em, an
i., hotel, in the form
be given Thursday eveni ne.
d celled out in the chat
rounil table db.. +Ion
colors of black Nov. 27, at 610 p. m. Mrs.
The bard of and s liver.
Men and women desiring to make
worthwhile acquaintances for mat-
rimonial purposes, do me.
1471 Virginia Park.
directors will meet on
Theta Gamma Theta Sororit
The sorority held it. last meeting at
ard• Girls ('lob of the Jewish Cen-
ter I, having •n open meeting on Thure•
day, Nov. II,
7:15 p. In. All girl.
between the •IreA of 15 mid 10
In lolniny should he this meeting
anan m um, Madison
the home of their sponsor, Miss Sophia k712 Mt. Elliott. Lincoln 9316-W.
Sokolov of Linwossl avenue. The Mc:-
e boy. helped make di'. occasion •
Alpha Beta Gamma Sorority.
)41. Della Cadent! was hostess to
Phl•So-Lite Sorority had • Hallowe'en
Alpha Beta Gamma Sorority. Plans were
PM Beta Epsilon F
party at the home of fAisses Anna and
made foran informal party for member.
l'hi Ite t• Eps il
on Fraternity met
lil ■ Korby. A splash party wax held at the 0. W. II. A.
o n Sunda y. Plans for the and escorts to be given on Dec. 6. Mks
Betty Capp ia pledgee. The next meet-
Webster Hall on Sunday.
new monthly organ were ciolrninated and
Sam Eden, editor-In•chief, staled he ing will be on Tuesday. Nov. II, at the
Hey Toy Girls.
would make all appointment. within a home of Ni,, Dorothy Koppin. 1122 T.-
The Hoy Toy Girl, met Oct. in, at the week. William
Salem.. editor of the
Y. W. II. A. Plane were made for •
weekly ladletin of the Alpha Vela dd.
Theta Del t• Omeya Sorority.
prominent Pp.... and entertaining fea-
ter, will lend his •ssistant.. The first
ture. sit • meeting In honor of the girls'
Theta Delta Omega Sorority m et at
meeting of the court was held Tuesday
nio ern. surprise birthday
the home of Mn,. Jeanette l'e rnick
h nmr rn Berlin.
given In honor of M Ise E. Bch its at Several raves
der afternoon. A committee for the s
were disposed it
Pla ns lection of sorority birthd•y gift. was
the home of Mi.Sokol.
to ( Cler- for the open meeting
to be held at the chosen.
m ount avenue on Nov. 1.
An open metinew will be held
"0" some time this month were also
• t the home of Mi. Helen Share. 304
committee, announced that
man of the Hallow e'en party, th•nke thope yet In touch with
Mi. Fay Berk, 2295 he Hallowe'en party
of N ov .1, w att •
ested with the life Orations •nd re- Gladstone. Car. 4112-J. The
next meet- success •nd th•t arra ngements
(redolent.. The Almwell Club banner ing will be •t the "I'.
made for •weenie roast to he held
was exhibited for the lire time •t the
Riser It come Park
of I urity , announced practice to be held •er
Tau Sigma Del a.
t Chapter No. 359 have keen
invited by nesdaveveniny from 9 to 10 at
MI. Thelma Goren of Elmhurst wa •
Purity Assembly No. 12, Order of Rain. I acrd intermediate gym.
hostess to Tau Siena Delta Sorority , NOW for Girls, to witness their initiatory I
()et. 31. A Hallowe'en party was en
work on Thursday evening Nov. 13, •t
Nile Hawk Club.
Detroit'. L.dIng and
Roromm•nded by the
City's Most Promi•
Use Hemelwood Ave.
hem empire NM.
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DANZIG.-(J. T. A.) - After
Hitlerites attacked Jews on th ,
streets of Danzig Saturday, Samu-
el Rosen and Doak Roslin were ta-
ken to the hospital in a critical con-
The anti-Semites beat the
Jew's with blackjacks.
Attacks on the Jews by Hitler-
ites also took place in the Cafe
Corse in Zoppote, a suburb of Dan-
Diamond Slump Causes
pl Unem oy-
ment Among Dutch Jews,
WASHINGTON.-(J. T. A.) -
Because of the recent slump in the
diamond industry, unemployment is
very serious among, the diamond'
cutters of the Netherlands, accord-
ing to a report received by the De-
partment of Labor here. Most of I
the diamond cutters are Jews. Of
the 5,728 usually employed in Am-
sterdam there are only 1,032 work-
ing at present, according to the re-
port The lower wage paid to dia-
mond workers in Belgium in cited
as one of the chief causes for the'
Jews Fined Following Riots.
BUCHAREST.-(J. T. A. I
Several Jews were condemned to
15 days' imprisonment, and a num-
ber of non-Jews were fined 500
leis each, in the verdict rendered
after the trial of those arrested in
the targu-F'romos affair. Those
fined were chiefly university stu-
dents convicted of attacking the
Jews. And several non-Jews were
found injured after the riots, a
number of Jews were arrested for
assault. They declared they had
only defended themselves on being
attacked by the anti-Semites.
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