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FOR RENT- 2301 Blaine. Nicely FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room REFINED country home, 17 miles
from city hall East Jefferson Lake-
or sun parlor for gentleman. Phone
furnished room for refined Jewish
shore, is for sale or lease. Can
gentleman. l'hone Garfield 7905-M.
make very attractive terms for re-
sponsible party. For appointment
FOR SALE - New engineer's me- FOR SALE-Rauch Lang Electric.
call Roseville 39.1t, 2 rings.
chanical drawing set. Never been
Perfect condition. Newly painted,
used. Write Jewish Chronicle, BOA
seat covers. Sacrifice for $1,000 1•'Olt RENT-Cottage on lake Shore,
on account of leaving for Cali-
Stop 50. Five rooms. Owner of
fornia. 5512 Second Blvd. Phone
premises, Mrs. I. Satowsky, 310
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room
for two gentlemen, with private
family. Phone Garfield 6685.R.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, moles and
warts permanently removed by Swift-Moving Mosconi Family
FOR RENT-Well furnished room
multiple electrolysis. Sixty to 700
Feature Temple Show
for one or two gentlemen or
hairs removed per hour, according
couple. 1620 Gladstone, Apt. 204.
to your case. I positively guaran-
tee my work to be permanent.
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished upper
brothers, Louis and
Phone Main 2789. Beula Starr,
duplex. West Euclid Ave., near
Charles, assisted by Sister Verna and
418 Capitol Theatre Bldg.
Grand River. Call Walnut 4490 or
Brother Willie, are the headliners at
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished front B. F. Keith's Temple Theater during
room with private family. Very the week commencing Nonstop, June
YOUNG LADY SCHOOLTEACHER
reasonable. Near Woodward. Phone 16. The Mosconi family are eccen-
will tutor children in all grade sub.
tric dancers that are the sensation of
jects. Call Hemlock 2423-W.
encry nation and are noted for the
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room FOR SALE - Confectionery store. speed in which they do their dancing.
For 40 years MOKCOni dancing has
for two gentlemen, with private
apartments. $300 a week income been a Broadway feature, Mosconi,
family. 2205 West Euclid Ave.,
elder, having introduced the art
Must sell quick.
WANTED -Collector and solicitor
for the United Hebrew Schools.
Good conditions. Call at 609 East
YOUNG MAN desires light cozy room
in a private home. Call Louis
Braunheim between ii and t;
Cherry 1159; Room 314.
WANTED-Room by young lady, in
modern home with refined family.
Near bus line. Write Jewish
Chronicle, Box 372.
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room
for young lady to share with
daughter of the house. Refined
Jewish family. With or without
board. Phone Northway 2037-W.
FOR SALE-On Lake St. Clair, 16
miles from Detroit. Modern home.
All city conveniences. Ideal place
for children. Phone Lincoln 2822-
M. or Melrose 2897.
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which is being furthered by his four
talented children. A combination of
aesthetic, acrobatic and social danc-
ing, its interest progressively grows.
It is swift and sweeping 111111 AO diffi-
cult that in 40 years dancers have
not produced a single imitator. Oth-
ers on the bill are: Flo Lewis, assist-
ed by Lester Lee rt the piano, in
"Burnhcart to Heartburn," Billy Mil-
ler and company in "The Sign l'ost;"
Douglas Leavitt and Ruth Mary Lock-
wood, who offer "Ourselves," assisted
by Brother Ray; Foxworth and
Frances, the "Dark Americans," in
"A Wee Bit o' Dixie:" Lawton, the
juggler; Van llorn and Inez, in "Six-
ty Turns a Minute," featuring their
original swivel neck spin. Aesop's
and l'athe Weekly conclude the per-
Albert Reitlinger, father-in.law of
the famous British writer and critic,
I'hilip Guedalla, left over $1.000,000
to his children on condition that they
remain Jew, lie left $50,000 to lie
distributed among the poor.
TO NAME DELEGATES
FOR KEREN HAYESOD
listen Iloyesoi, making a total of
145,000 since Feb. 1.
District Macs Is Elect.
Delegates to represent the Zionist
of Detroit at the Zionist eon-
Meeting Will B. Hell Jas. 10 at district
I...1,0,m will be elected at a meeting
Shaming Zedek Synagogue.
plonni-d for the week following. No-
Delegates to the convention or tio
Zionist Organization of Amer
which will be held in Pittsbirgh oa'
in July, will be chosen by the Dotted
contributors to the Keren Hays-sod at
a meeting to take place at Shourcy
Zestek Synagogue Wednesday es, .
ing, June 18, at 8 o'clock. Onic
tributors of $26 or over will be s -
titled to vote and only Oleo. who are
members of the Detroit dittriet of th e
Zionist Organization will be eligible
for election as delegates.
Jacob Miller, regional director of
the Keren Ilayesod for Michigan, an-
nounced that a third imtallment of
$15,000 was sent out by the lo cal
district to the national office of the
I I.•es will be sent out for the mem-
h•r- of the district informing them
tiie date and place of the meeting.
only m•robers in good standing will
be permit lell to vote for delegates.
l'ilsons who wish to vote for dela-
Int .`S. ri.prtwenting either the Zionist
d. sari t or the contributors to the Ke-
r• Boys-sod may do so by making
th r 1. : ,ntributIons to the Keren
I111), IIII or paying their duet to the
district, the ofteea of which
.,.• a t II se) Macstic Building.
Mollie Som.], a young Jewish
school teacher in the Bronx,
nen the Fontainebleau Scholarship,
according to an announcement made
at the Alumni Association of the New
York Training School for Teachers.
Miss Spael will leave shortly for
France to study art.
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Woodward Avenue, Coma of Milwaukee Avenue
Jefferson Avenue, Comer of &a
Cratior Avenue, Coma of Rumell Sant
Grand River Avenue, Comer 01 Lawton Avenue
Woodward Avenue, Comer of Wslliri Avenue
Michigan Avenue, Corner of Eighth Semis
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