9, RON 1CLE
"THE LAST DAYS OF SHYLOCK" li Calendar
N Ya FEDERATION LEWISOHN'S
PROTEST AGAINST HORRIBLE ATROCITIES
SPENT $9 800 000 COMMITTED AGAINST THE JEWISH PEOPLE
of League of Jewish
Gov. Roosevelt, Lieut. Gov .
Lehman Guests at An
. ellelitoirne gihan $9,
1 00,000 was spent last year by 91
charitable and philanthropic or-1
, ganizations affiliated with the Fed-1
Support 0. 0 J e wish
THERE IS 30BETTER MI THAN
Events planned by (trganiza-
lions affiliated with the League
of Jewish Women's Organiza-
tions are announced as follows
times are announced as follows:
Feb. 17, 8 p m., Music Study
Feb. 18, 2 p. ii., European
Study Club Dinner Dance.
Feb. 17, 2 p. in., Sisterhood of
March 1, 12:30 p. m., Junior
A Review by David Weissman
THE LAST HAYS OF sits iiiK. Ile
and imagination, and he
Ludwig Lewi•ohn. With twelve draw- daring
by Arthur Szyk. Published by saw his failur•. A nd now he is
Harper a Brother, 4b East 3Ird street,' taken
with a similar messianic
'mission financed and led by Nassi.
Beginning where Shakespeare The Sultan had given him the city
No effort is spared to win and hold your satis-
patronage. That is why we recommend
Genuine Semet-Solvay Coke and deliver it clean
and carefully. All sizes in stock.
Quick service and clean, careful handling guaranteed.
ro of uTnTi enrgiarn
: g eesN au sc si
V I I I I:r
York City, it was reported on Sun.' Shylock back again to the ghetto would build another Home for his
I day, Feb. 8, at the fourteenth an- where he awaits the coming of the people, and Shylock is to be his
nual meeting of the federation, in clerk of the court for his signature nim " ner
ium y house of Congre- to the deed that will rub him of his ,. To the
student of modern day
gation Emanuel, 1 East Sixty-fifth property; a no' to wait for the offi- Zionistin, the chapters relating to
street, New York City.
cers of the Church to take him to ' the adventure in Tiberias sound
The reports presented by Dud- the cathedr sit to rob him of his re-. as modern as the events of the
ley D. Sieber, president, together , 'igloo].
present day. One would only have
with the treasurer's statement sub-
Lewisohn , in The Last Days of to change a few names and places,
2816 ST. ANTOINE STREET
Miss Lillian Marshak presented the
mitted by Walter E. Beer, showed Shylock," j ustifies Shylock'S I and we would see the re-enactment winning song at the song contest span
e pound of flesh from of the tragedy that has but re- .11,7 1.,,;',,'„'',7 el,',',',.`,;71 ,.",
Corned Beef, Pepper Meat, Salami, Tongue
'„hi °,' I rWeflIril:
the member institutions in 1930, the breast of Antonio—a demand cently fallen upon Palestine. The oh center"
." The 'eoittteit i.',-,,,,..toriL
, the federation had supplied $5,381.- that was really nothing more than same told story of the perfidy o f another
Rolled Beef and Hot Pastrami
sing contest which will be held
,,, :III %lay , sr %ernoon, March 1
Club DREXELIUS CANDIDATE
747.10. Since its erganization as one greatgesture of ma te t diplomats, the fanaticism
of the , "n
e l l . ren ter songs will he the
i ' co
' s Arab and the Berber anti the r•
FOR RECORDERS COURT
II ainst th h
Here's a happy thought for YOUR next bridge. Just call the Jewish community
orr e atrocit es
New York Cit • 14 years eh",
ago th'[. ne
. against his race. Shyloek hopelessness,
essnes.s, apparently of the en-
Boesky's Empire 6860. We'll deliver ev ery thi
Wein'e Romit and Sk ti
mg you need ' fe(leration has
i n would not shed blood, it was tire situation. The Tiberias mei-
Peter J. Drexelius, former D. S.
w i ll ' Ike litlY ti.ng
of $53,0,000 for the work against his faith to do so he was (lent is bound to fail, and Shylock r, , the members oea
—bread, pickles, meat, salads, relishes, etc. Your party
f the intermmlia to R. attorney, has officially entered
the afliliated organizations.
b M is getting old. He is no longer dohs or t he Fenkell branch a t comes
going to show th c . Ch ris
' t tans
race for Judge of the Record-
will be a success, your guests will be delighted and your!
Governor Franklin I). Roosevelt the mere y
' con- will . fe atured .
' th ey so hytmcritically
. bl o t g
and Lieutenant Governor Herbert spoke of lay deeply imbedded
tent now with the little immediate
work and expense will be no much less than you naturally iff.
Mr. Drexelius was born and
Lehman were the guests of his heart.
iv, tth:at e and
giife Jrotsgerittahte s N asesfi can Oratorical Contest:
raised in the City of Detroit, Hu-
honor at the meeting and the grin-
preliminaries of the intermedin
In loving memory of Dina Stein-
his, ,fli.. ,tw
For some time after hi h rteetug rn
eis, t. efii i,i.rit:Itvi r2 hven i,sr.itLetteti:j or oh t,: canal in the public Fehool!;, high
es an can
by a ransom here, by
s was made by the from court, a horrible ni si;
to schools and colleges of this city. berg Silverstein, beloved wif e of
!state's chief executive. Governor
gift there. And then ''' '''''' chosen r " v " .• . w ' ; '' '‘ !.t er ::' tr Ile is at the present time actively Max Silverstein, who passed away
through his • mind , a n' ig ht- race'
l Roosevelt, after reviewing the
mare that is imbedded in his irna _, he meets with his daughter, Jett- ,
engaged as a professor of law at on Feb. 22, 1930, 25 days in She-
work of the state in such fields as
by the actual facts oft , sica; she has three children by Fenkell Observer:
the Detroit College of Law and was
All mental hygiene, penology and hos- ination
burning, of the Jewish
the . Fenkell branch, which wav tempo of • formerly employed in that capacity
She was gentle and self-sacrifiing.
pi a ization, announced a plan f or
th em to his bosom again. Ile makes, aril,.
Twelfth at Hazelwood
and her death leaves a gloom that it
Hastings at Farnsworth , calling a conference of profe s-
pie, and his the
Jews of the children, and is happy week.
Itrexelius is the only Gentile mem- er.o, with every fond recollection
l sional and lay leaders within the
d.voted family retains the mem., of
in his passing away.
Library Market, Library and Gratiot
Iter of the Knollwood Country Club, the ineffable smile with which she patted
!next 10 days to map a new health
to the Great Beyond.
daughter Jessica, his fortune, and
Keen interest is being sh o wn by t he a Jewish _
"Up Stream," "The Island With-
'program for the state. He said
Mny her grave be a blessed re-ting
now they were corning to steal his in," "Mitichannel," these three ', ,,,zrrn „;,.
- ,,,t. It In the center
is would be a 13-year pro
pia, and may the sunshine of Witten
- faith. Shylock becomes the incar- books give us the stream of otae Co e the vamous plays.
a-- Holmes Lecture on Passion keep it green.
and an attempt would be nation of another champion of his Lewisohn's adventures in Juda-
made to provide for a co-ordi-
we.i fli ggiut through with is h. Their style is similar, an s •
Sadly missed by her loving hut.
, Next Tuesday, Feb. 17, at Or-
rutted and efficient state health
for l; that period. Ile point- he shields hiinself witht s an ni, though English prose of remarkable par - imos ror thre nest enjoin:i b' Melon ," ehestra Ilall, Burton Ifolmes will band, Mother, Sisters and Broth.
ARE DEDUCTIBLE FROM
its, and sparkling brilliance. But the extension in scope of the work tit
on the Oberammergau
t s a (. with the Ineffable Name sewn in, in "The Last Days of Shy lock, ' to ertaken by the class it will be necessary: ((tart
INCOME TAX RETURNS government could never cover
enlarge the grop. All senior boy
In sad and loving memory of our
the placed close to his breast. And as Lewisohn has become so thorough- and girls interested are rminested to it s Passion PlaY.
The twenty-second annual meet-
entire field of 30
made his first Mi- dear husband and father, Barris
ial w If he recites the Latin prayers of his ly steeped in his Judaism that it is `end meetings of the eim. held eve
Corporations need no longer hes- that therefore it would
ing of the Hebrew Sheltering and
Rubin, who passed away one year
at I o'clock,
and er grimage to the famous Bavarian
Immigrant Aid Society of Ameri-
to make contributions to phil- incumbent upon citizens acting
f rue ".min
village to see this spectacle in ago, Feb. 11, 1930, 27 days in She-
ca (Bias) will take place on Sun- anthropic and community welfare through organizations like the fed- overtone the Hebrew prayer of nified, without being stilted, and
11890, and his latest in 193(1, and vat.
day afternoon, March 1, at hotel activities. Not only are such gifts eration to carry on the work of confession. Immediately after his' as beautiful, without being orna- P"` Mrs.
Emory MOIUV, h will
ddress th e l in his lecture here will give a de-
Astor, Broadway and Forty-fourth Permissible, but recent court de- aiding those in distress, the net*, "conversion" he flees to Stamboul, mental, as the Bible itself.
eeting of the Jewish et,
to the land of the Turks where one
Whether "The Last Days of to Parents As sociation on Tuesday. Fel , scription of four decades of this
street, New York City. cistons also indicate that, if prop- the helpless, the sick.
A place i• vacant in our hearts,
Joseph Nassi, a former Men()
et. All pa'Iems 4 t h distinguished community.
In addition to reports of the ac- erly designated, they are deduct-
Which never can be filled.
Lieutenant - Governor Lehman,
Members are nv ite .; to
stands high in favor of the Sultan,. a vindication of the character of presen t. le ter
Ilearest husband and father how we miss
tivities of the society that will be ible from income tax returns.
The purpose or this or gani,a-
who has been a member of the fed-
and whose agent Shylock was in ' the "Merchant of Venice" or not, eon is Inc establkhrnent
rendered, the entire situation in re - These opinions are expressed by eration or many years, made a Venice.
In the year that just rolled hr.
I Lewisohn has given as a picture of l'"'""i"g
siect to Jewish migration will be Frederic R. Kellogg of New York similar plea. After congratulat-
sal and lonely,
NEW YORK.—J, T. A.1—Meyer Since you left
Shy luck had seen the famous a man as great as the Prophets of
For the home up in the
discussed in view of the renewed noted corporation attorney, in a
Though you're gone you're not forgotten,
attacks upon immigrants and the statement received here by Ilenry ing the federation on its achieve- David Reubeni, the "Messiah" who t Israd, and a story of a confirmed soet.1 E eeninn for Clu b Leaders:
your plat, ran never more be tilled.
eie Fe b. 23. h as been set aside
he declared that it had was to lead the Children of Israel faith that marks this work as the ., ntott.
need of helping Jewish immigrants W ineman, president of the Jewish ments,
• social evening for Jewish Center dent on Sunday at his home in the We will keep your memory saered
ce out o f b on
Ile was very noblest, the sincerest of his many (lob laden,There
fill our hearts in death are stilled.
to establish themselves in lands Welfare Federation. As one of the
win he .. imereet. Bronx at the age of 41. Mr. Pus
"It seems difficult to picture the deeply impressed with Reubeni's novels,
ate program of entertainment. All
where they can become self-sup- country's outstanding authorities community before the federation
ner was director of the Arbeiter
Sadly missed by his loving Wife,
1 tails amain Mg this are to be kept se-
porting and find relief from the in- on corporation law, Mr. Kellogg came into being. It seems more
acct and wi he • surprise to i
Children and Grandchildren.
tolerable conditions that are press- was asked to examine recent de- difficult and would be distressin g
, ll he col- .
t . . , M.
. A. chorus, the
1 lowed by dancing anti refreshments.
ing upon them in treir respective mums on corporation giving and be fond words to Picture the cum- STRAL/S URGES HEIRS
Amalgamated Chorus and the Chil-
In loving memory of our dear
native countries in the Old World. to publish his conclusions. The munity without the efforts and the' TO REMAIN GOOD JEWS
dren's Choruses of the Shalom daughter and sister, Anna Bennett
trend of judicial opinion, he points results of the efforts of the fed- I
dance for seniors
Aleichem Yiddish Folk-Shulen. He Kart, who passed away three years
out, is to ward a brer
on Sat.. Wits tI1S0 f or a time director of ('an-
Melchett's Son Continues
evening Ft:b. I
ego Feb. 13, 1928.
The will of the late Nathan
liberal view of the part which a
b ' t' H for Rosenblatt ' s choir.
Thirt y years
o f th r
fi t for pro- into
Father's Palestine Works corporation may take in assuring
s" "o• knows the silent heartaches,
bate by 71ax J. Kohler, Hoarse
Only thoye who lost can tell.
the well-being of its employers and
of the only two text bottks in Yid-
"A Night In Paris:"
And the tears that are shed in edema,
for the estate, enjoins his children tainment!
LONDON.—(J. T. A.) —Henry in maintaining high welfare stand-
pi ( -
For the one we kited so well.
and grandchildren " alwa ys t be
Mond, the new Lord Melchett, tel- arts in the communities in which
and remain good Jews" and ex - , tams dramatization of Edna Fer- c, j`,. c enters
egraphed to Palestine funds and in- they live.
i' ''' i ' to take
m g P s''' and Jewish choral
e,. Fa Sadly missed by her M ot
vo: clang e rred with "n""
French a Ono,s,-,
structions for the continuation of
On the first point, the right of
Sisters and Brothers.
Born in Plotzk, Russian Potent!,
the extensive Palestine enterprises corportaions to make such contri- tub, director of the Bureau of "shall ever marry out of the faith." •
, I ,Mkrthe every e d IT.' t r i t antik 'diV:Iteh'tsh 'i, l' I . 1 . 11t. emigrated to London as a Iatis, stud-
Jewish Education in Cincinnati, M r. Straus died Jan. 11.
I of the outstanding social events of the led
of his late father, Alfred Mond buttons, Mr. Kellogg lists 13 decis-
In sad and loving memory of our
there in the Guild hall College
. has just come off the press and is
1 Jewish Center senior inembersh ilk.
(Lord Melchett). The latter's Pal- ions, in both Federal and State 'availab
The estate is divided Into three p
of Music and was for a time a can- darling daughter and sister, Rose-
e now at the Union of
estine undertakings include Tel Courts, which, in his opinion, es-
I Health Talk:
equal parts, one each being given :
Goldsmith, who passed away
"stme. op for Health •nol !leanly" will
Mond, a new settlement in the or- tablish the legality of these gifts American Hebrew Congregations. to h i e two sons, Nathan Straus,
1 12 years ago, Feb. II, 1919.
"Israel in Canaan," a compan•
I he discussmf by MISK Connelly. director of he came to New York.
ange-growing zone and a large in- so long as they "reasonably t. I to
Jr., and Hugh Grant Straus, and
the hoard of Health . Thursday eve- '
l'okii le( t behind broken hearts.
vestment in the Palestine Electric promote the well-being and con- ion volume to Dr. Golub's first the third part is to constitute a
ing. Feb. 19, lit IM:10 p. in. Iler talk ,
That loved you most s incere.
book, "In the Days of the Second
f"Ilowed ItY a discussion and tea .
tentment of the company's employ-
trust fund, the income of which Isl.
Who nee e r have an d never will,
Temple," is the first attempt to
The Snippichuck Girls, an active girls'
Forget you Itosenomd dear.
ees or otherwise." Formerly, he present the earl
to go to Mr. Straus
io I f J
points out, corporation officers and history from the Jewish, ewih
'et,. for the evenin g • .
Mandates Body Assa!ls Britain.
yet his- Mrs, Susie S. Lehman, wile of
Sadly missed by your loving
Judge Irving Lehman, for life, and
GENEVA.—(J. T. A.)—Term- counsel feared they would be sub-
of 15735 Alden, 64 years old, died :Mother, Father, Sister and Brother.
ing the British government's reply ject to criticism or even to personal I torical, point of view. The book rm. principal is thereafter to go to
on Feb. I I. Funeral services were
is intended for children of the the two sons. The codicil also
to the Mandate:. Commission's re- liability in making gifts for these :sixth grade. It covers Jewish his
held on Feb. 12, with interment at
In sad lout loving memory of our
ports on the 1929 Palestine riots purposes. The decisions cited, how- , tory through David's reign, culini. gives Nathan Straus, Jr., am addi-
Beth David Cemetery.
Rabbi only son and brother, Joseph I. 7131•
"sharp, aggressive and an abso- ever, recognize community welfare ' tutting with the establishment of a banal sum of $500,000 before the
She is sur- nee, who departed from this life
residuary estate is divided into
lutely inadmissable manner of
. successful kingdom.
CINCINNATI, Ohio.— Compila- vived by her husband, William; Felt. 17, 1920.
discussion," the Mandates Com- tions," but as a legitimate part of 1
tion of the roster of B i na' Irrith four sons, Morris W., Louis IV.,
The entire period has been or-
mission made public its vigorous the coat of doing business, and pro- i ganized around a series o f six reads:i first paragraph of the will
members who are entitled to the Sam W., and Hyman, and two
N" one knows the hitter
protest against Britain's reply. The vided certain conditions, which he I problems which enable the child
award authorized by the Constitu- daughters, Mrs. Freda Turbuw We hate sulf•rmi since you left us
"First: I have always been deep-
protest is contained in the niM- se ts out, are observed he believes to
Life has nct er !wen th e sante.
to carry away a number
tion Grand Lodge last spring d for an
t hat no company official authoriz-
utes of the Mandates Commission's
those who have been in the order
' organized ideas stressing, especi- proverb which says: 'W hat you
His sorrowing Parents and Sis-
session of last November which ing such a contribution "will be , ally, the social life of the early give for
50 years or longer reveals that
, the cause of charity in
some 1:01) are entitled to this recog- of 8514 Twelfth street, Si) years ters.
have been distributed to every subject to successful attack by his Hebrews and the development o
health is gold; what you give in
member of the Council of the stockholders on the ground of mis- ltheir religious ideas.
old, died on Feb. 10. Funeral
application of assets."
In loving memory of Joseph
sickness is silver, and what you R'ch•rd Din as Yancey Cravat Be. Alemeda, Cay., now in his IllIth
League of Nations.
1provitles for correlated Bible study
services were held on Feb. 12, with Friedman who died eight years ago
friends George E. Stone, Who
give after death is lead.' (Many
year, is very probably the oldest interment in Oakview Cemetery,
anal contains maps, time lines, il-
Takes Part of Sol Levy.
1, 1923, (Itoth day of Shevat
living member of 11'nai li'rith.
The sparrow flying tin the rear President Miller Sounda Op- I lustrations, and numerous other
The Rev. E. Zaludkowski officiated.
I have always lived up to the above ring Itithard Dix as the colorful
Mr. Jacobs was born in London, Ile is survived by his wife, Pau-
I aids in teaching.
of the hawk thinks the hawk is
timistic Note in Broad-
A precious one from us is gone.
proverb, particularly in connection Yancey Cravat, The film now in England, in 1827 and came to line.
A voice we loved ix xtill.
A place is vacant in our heart
with the charities which I initiated, its second week at the R-K-0
America in 1819, settling in New
OPPOSE CREATION OF
Which never ean be filled.
Pasteurized Milk Laboratory town has scored the most notable York. •
In 1853, he left fforCali-
NEW WOMEN'S GROUP hthuh I deeded to the Cit y of hit of any production in months ornia
TOLEDO, O.—Recent action of
way of I anomie. After of 12020 Linwood avenue, 55 years
Sadly missed by his laving Wife.
the National Automoblie Chamber
At a meeting. of the conference Nov I orkl, the Preventorium, and It is the most significant produc- eight years in San Francisco, he
died on Feb. 5. Funeral sere- Bertha Friedman, Sons, daughters
of Commerce, wherein the manu- committee of National Jewish Wo- my Palestinian activities. I have lion since the advent of talking settled in Sacramento where he be-
ices were held at Lewis Bros.' Fu- and Grandchildren.
facturers committee signified its men'to Organizations in New York all my life drawn whatever I could pictures.
came a charter member and presi- neral Home on Feb. 6, with inter-
willingness to confine all model City, at which a representative of out of business, and devoted it to
Mix's portrayal of Yancey un- dent of Ethan Lodge of Mimi ment at Oakview Cemetery, The
changes to the last two months of the Federation of Jewish Women's the prevention of poverty and sick- doubtedly is his greatest role. Irene Iiirith.
Rev. E. Zaludkowski officiated. He Ror-nbaum, One of Founders
the year, and thus eliminate one of Organizations of Greater New nes., and make no specific chart- Dunne as Sabra is the dramatic
In 1851, he etoretecrated the first is survived by his wife, Rose, and of Jewish Committee, Dead.
the great curses of the automobile York were present. consideration table provisions in my will." sensation of ninny seasons.
synagogue in San F'rancisco and in two sons and a daughter.
industry, was one of the important was given to the announced pro-
Rutgers Square, located in the
Estelle Taylor is Dixie Lee per- 1865 he consecrate (I the first syna-
I'll ILA OE 1.111
T. A. I
utterances of President L. A. Mil- posal of the Greater New York heart of the East Side between son died ; Nance O'Neil as Felice gogue in Sacramento. In his youth,
—Morris Rosenbaum, for many
ler in a special broadcast over a Federation to call a meeting in East Broadway, Rutgers and Jef- Venable scores; Buster Collier he sang in the choir of the Great
special radio hook-up.
New York City to consider the forson streets, will henceforth be gives a wonderful performance as Temple of London over which Bar- old, died on Feb. Funeral sere- years a well known banker in this
city and one of the founders of the
In addition to his discussion of formation of a national federation known as "Nathan Straus Square." "the Kid." Res, Ates is a better on de Rothschild presided.
ives were held at Lewis Bros.' American Jewish Committee, died
a set time for model changes in the of local federations of Jewish A motion to this effect, introduced Jess Rickey than the original, while
71r..Imolts is a regular reader Of
Funeral Bonn. on Feb. 9, with in-
closing months of each year, Mr. women's organizations.
by Alderman Graubard, was adopt- George E. Stone is Sol Loy is ex- the liMai Writh Magazine and is terment at Beth Tephila Cemetery. suddenly on the afternoon 0:
Miller, who is recognized as one of
It was pointed out that the pur- tl at Tuesday's meeting of the ceptional. Lon Yountis, the evil thoroughly conversant with all
the great leaders of a great indus- poses of the conference committee New York board of aldermen. Re-tone, lives in Stanley Felts. Rob- worid news. His appearance and Rabbis Hershman and Eisenman •
try, briefly discussed the economic cover all of the purposes advanced for,. the resolution was adopted, art McWade as Louie Heffner. the' physical condition is that of a man officiated. She is survived by her
husband, Abraham; three sons,
improvements made by the indus- in behalf of a national federation, several speeches eulogizing the u ndertaker , is at his best
Edna in his seventies. Ile is a jovial keen Joseph, David and Reuben; two
try. as well as other major issues. since the conference committee w7rk of the late philanthropist May Oliver, stage star. is a mar- alert. Ills hobby s playing crib-
daughters, Mrs. ( harks Rosen man
"We are mighty proud of our enables the several national Jew- were delivered.
velous Mrs. Tracy Wyatt.
and Mrs. Sam Kaplan; 18 grand-
1931 cars and trucks—all having ish women's organizations to pro-
Another square in Manhattan,
On your radio Tuesday and
children and three great-grand-
more than 100 improvements mak- mote inter-organization under- located at the intersection of
The mother is the guardian an- Hadaasah Welcomes
Thursday evenings, listen ' ing for even greater performance, standing and good will among the Broadway and West End avenue, gel of the children.—Ilegen.
leauty, comfort and durability than several national -Jewish women's is called Straus Square, in honor
to Lorna Fantin, famous
Forn erly EliM CND G. I. :W10
The following new members are
MARTIN C. ROSENBERG
ever offered in the past; higher / organizations; to help bring into of the late
The depth of feeling is a bless- reported by Mrs. Joseph Ehrlich, of 2307 Gladstone avenue, 36
numerologist. She'll tell
quality throughout at greatly re local federations of Jewish wo- of Nathan Sou,.
you how names and dates
ducat prices. Our line covers the men's organizations; and to act
mittee of Detroit Chapter of Ila- services were held at Lewis Bros.'
price field where 91 per cent of all fis a forum group for the presenta-
affect success in business,
Funeral Home on Feb. 10, with in-
sales are made. Manufacturers and tion and announcement of the re-
love or marriage. A real competitive
Sirs. Wolf Brenzer, Mrs. Burton terment at Machpelah Cemetery.
VOGELSTEIN RECEIVES GOLDEN CUP
dealers have stated
spective programs of the constitu-
Clamage, Mrs. Nitwits Kahn, Sirs. Rabbi Ashinsky and the Rev. Bo-
that this proernm of Willvs-Over-
ent groups within the conference.
Paul Slarienthal and Mrs. J. I). yarsky officiated. Ile is survived
land is one of the greatest forward
to the end that overlapping and
el P. Loelltord Co.. IN
by his mother, Sonia; two brothers,
steps ever made in the industry. It'
duplication may be obviated. The
Any persons desiring to become IVilliam of Muskegon and Jack of
is a real contribution to the pros-
following resolution was accord-
of Detroit Hadassah may Texas, and two sisters, Mrs. R.
perity of all Willys-Overland deal- ingly adopted:
communicate with Mrs. Ehrlich, Kostoff of Flint and Mrs. S. I.,
ers," Mr. Miller said.
"That the program of the con-
Second Imulevard, Madison Trigg of Detroit.
ference committee of National
MARKS PRODUCE CO.
Jewish Women's Organizations is
ANNOUNCE OPENING sufficiently broad in scope and pro-
Seventh Tuesday Musicale of 329 King avenue, 31 years old,
81 DELAWARE AVE.
gram to include the activities of
died on Feb. 12. Funeral services
Nathan Stalks has purchased the all Jewish women's organizations.
STATION W X Y Z
will be held on Sunday, Feb. 15, at
Tuesday Evening —
The seventh morning concert of 10 a. m., with interment at Mach-
Sons, commission merchants, in the at the present time for the forma-
'Thursday Evening — 9:15 P. M. Eastern Market branch store.
the Tuesday Musicale will be held pelah Cemetery. lie is survived
tion of another Jewish women's
Eastern Standard Time
on Feb. 17, at 10:311 o'clock in the' by his wife, Dora; a daughter,
Mr. Marks is a popular young organization."
Granite and Marble
lecture hall of the Detroit Institute Frances, and his father, Eli.
business man, and is well known
of Arts. A program of impression-
among his many friends, especially Final Asefat Returns Give
istic music bee been arranged by
in the hotel and restaurant trade,
Laborites 32, Revisionists 15.
Mrs. Henry I'. Vaughan. Mrs. of 9665 Broadstreet, 57 years old,
as "Nate." lie has been manager
JERCSA 1.F:71. — (.1. T. A.) —
Frank Coolidge will read a paper, died on Feb. 11. Funeral services
of the Eastern Market store far 17
Complete and official returns from
Harry Moy will play Japanese mu- were held on Feb. 12, with inter-
sic on .Japanese flutes, Hazel Pin- ment at Cloverhill Park Cemetery.
"Nate" has a large following the elections to Asefat Ilaniechar•
Deliew will sing. .1apanese Rabbi Hershman officiated. She is
with the fruit and vegetable trade.
song. in costume and Marie Gor- survived by her husband, Jacob; a
Ile will, as usual, le. on the floor Assembly, which were held Jan. 5,
dan will sing a group of songs. Ar- son, Nathaniel, and a daughter,
to greet his many friends with his show that the Laborites, including
Sephardic Laborites, won 32 of the
pleasing and courteous service.
lene (lesson will play two violin I.illian.
selectiens and Dorothy !less will
The Marks Produce Co., as the 71 seats. The Revisionists, togeth-
firm will be known, will specialize er with their Sephardic supporters,
play a grump of ultra modern piano
in the finest fruits and vegetables . w ill have 15 mandates.
The other 2 -keels are divided as
obtainable in and out of season,
Left to right, Benjamin Altheimer, Ludwig Vogebtei
and their slogan will be quality
WINE, WOMAN and SONG
General Zionists 5, Women 3, Left
ard service for the trade.
I Poole Zion 1, Boruchor List I, and
A golden cup in tribute to serv- ' board. The committee on presen- Translated from the Yiddish of
Open New Boat Line From I Shower Ilatzair 1. Of a total of ices in behalf of Reform Judaism tation consisted of Benjamin Alt-
Noah Steinberg by Mrs.
3369 Webb Avenue
189,590 persons eligible to vote 51,- in America and to his sixtieth
S. K. Slobin.
1402 er 55 per cent went to the polls. birthday, observed Feb. 3, was pre- heimer of New. York, who will be
Sion Friday, March 6; David A.
101 this number 41,821 were Ash-
wine iind *row to me! Na '
MENDING AND DARNING
WARSAW.—(J. T. A.) — A ikenazic Jew-s and 6,102 were Sep- sented to Ludwig Vogelstein of Brown of New York, chairman of wine d•th dm-wn
MY pain ard no song
York City, at the recent
new direct line from Gydnia. Po-
FREE OF CHARGE
t hardim and 1.515 were Yemenites. thirty-second biennial council of the union's board of finance; and heiyhten my spirit. Of woman and God
do 1 Irish to sing.
lish seaport near Danzig, to Jaffa,
ince 'h. m v•tery of
Among the General Zionists elect- the Union of American Ilebrew
the ours., and God i s the rnyk•
Palestine, has been opened by the ed are Menachem Uesishkin, Meyer
Steinfeld of St. Louis is president t err of Death And lb-nigh
I be, lo ng
Swedish Orient Steamship Com-j Dizengoff, Ben Zion Mossensehn Congregations in Philadelphia. of the National Federation of Tern- 1 • inc• ridiculed we God. and been deeply
Mr. Vogelstein was re-elected to pie Sitterho3ds and a
be woman. still does Mr
member of disillusioned
and M. Berlin.
life bang lat. • mi•pended beam waver-
the chairmanship of the executive the union's executive
irg between woman and God.
and doyou know
what she served?
S P ickled Meats
OF HIAS ON MARCH 1
MEYER POSNER DIES
SECOND WEEK FOR
'CIMARRON' AT R-K-O S'
"ISRAEL IN CANAAN"
GOLUB'S NEW BOOK
OLDEST B'NA1 B'RITH
MEMBER TO BE 104
John R. St.