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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1927-09-30

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America Autisk Periodical Cotter

CLIFTON AVENUE • CINCINNATI 20, 01110

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P. J. WHALING

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for COUNCILMAN

A successful downtown Woodward Avenue
business man. Resident of Detroit for 26 years.
Tax payer, honest, fearless and a proven execu-
tive, opposed to frills, for essentials. One cap-
able of handling the business of the magnitude
of the City of Detroit.

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flail yeA and
New Year.

MAIN B. WEISS-Strictly kosher
.1:u•ta, Silberman.
caterer for weddings, banquets,
2. 2 , 17 Congress St.
parties, etc. Excellent food.
Savants of Palestine Report
Rates reasonable. 1670 l'ingree
3. Samuel Marcus.
Important Discoveries
1. Dr. Kaufmann Kohler.
Ave. Empire 7146. Will also
in Research.
5. Central Conference of Amer-
rent out home for private par-
_ -
ican Rabbis.
ties and weddings.
6, Federal Court Judgeship held
.11•:11CSALlf:N1.---1J. T. A.) - Dr.
MRS. .1. SHERLINE - First-class
by Charles Simons.
C. Adler, of the Ilebrew univer-
cooking and catering for wed-
7. Temple Beth El, 1850.
sity, has sin ceaded in tracing the
dings and parties. 15852 Lin-
S. Newport, Rhode Island.
origin of the Poptitacci and Jericho-
wood A YOWL% 1410114, Hemlock
9. Charleston, South Carolina.
ros• diseases by carrying Oat re-
1881-W.
10. Louis Brandeis, Justice Su-
search work on certain protozoa,
preme Court.
an annotim.ement of the Hebrew
ADAMS
11. A Jewish cabalist and pseU- YOUNG or middle aged mum with
university declares.
Norma Talmadge in "Camille"
$5,000 for officership in a $1,-
ilo-hleFsilih of thd thirteenth cen-
Ile devoted his attention special-
1100,00(1 corporation, fully se- will continue at the Adams next
tury.
ly to the sand-fly IPhlebotimus). It
cured. I nvestigation invited. week. Hiss Talmadge followed in
12. Scholars of the early gaonic
is stated that Dr. Adler's re-
Ow
footsteps
of
Sarah
Bernhardt,
Write Jewish Chronicle, Box
period who invented a system of
search,s have extended further
illeanora 11use and other great
905.
punctuation to indicate vowels and
than the researches conducted by
di amatia slit s in srliating the role
accents for the consonantal Mann-
FOR RENT-Bright front cosily of )1argui rite in the immortal the League of Nations mission for
scripts of the Bible.
furnished room suitable for stfatt I.y .hlexander Dumas, for tropical diseases and the British
13. The Book of Esther read on
mission in India.
gentleman, with quiet middle- her ui,.st pretentious production,
the mast of Purim.
The foundation of the Physics-
aged coupe. Webb-Linwood dis-
11. Morris Rosenfeld.
Mathematics institute of the He-
trict. Handy to car and bus
MADISON
15. Anton Grigoryevkh Ruben-
brew university has been completed
lines. References. Phone Hem-
liqz Parade" current at the and the ex:itvation work for the
stein.
lock 2321-.I.
)1ailison has shown no It up in the national library building is pro-
IC. The party who represented
the views and practices of the law FOR RENT-Beautiful furnished crowds standing in line to see this ceeding satisfactorily, a report of
and the interests of the priesthood.
room for one or two gentlemen. lilin masterpiece and will be held the building progress stated.
soi' for a third week. John Gilbert
17. The year 70 of the Christian
The work of repairing the earth-
Hot water and shower. Close
and Renee Adores are the leading quake damage is going forward
era.
to car and bus lines. Phone
players and Karl Dane, Too rapidly. The workshops which were
Is.. Nicholas the First.
Garfield 4986-M.
O'Brien and Claire McDowell are badly damaged have been pulled
19. Napoleon.
20. In 1,7:1.
YOUNG BUSINESS LADY de- in the supporting cast.
down entirely. New buildings will
sires furnished room, including
be erected near the animals' shed.
CAPITOL
breakfast and dinner, with pri-
It is exported that the work of
BARLASSINA DENIES
Detroit's football season, via the repair and the installation of the
vate Jewish family. N. W. sec-
HOSTILITY TO ZIONISM
tion. References exchanged. screen, Will have its Official opening fixtures and apparatus will be com-
Phone Euclid 10075.
Sunday at the Capitol with Rich- pleted before the rainy season.
ard Illtrthelliless in "The Drop This is due to the prompt financial
JERUSALEM.- (J. T. A.) -
FOR RENT - Nicely furnished Kick." Barbara Kent, Ileibla Hop- help which was sent to the Hebrew
Cardinal Luigi liarlassina, pupal
room with small family. Suit- per and the 10 college boys se- university authorities after the
representative in Jerusalem, denied
able for one of two men or em- lected from 36 universities are in earthquake. The academic course
that he was unfriendly to Zionism.
ployed couple, Willing to pre- the cast. The stage show will be will begin in the fall without any
Ile made this denial in an inter-
pare suppers. 1954 Gladstone, especially ambitious, according to delay.
view with Abraham El Maliach,
upstairs. Phone Garfield 6460-M. the Kunsky production department,
editor of Dour Ha'Yom. The alle-
gations made in the press that Bar- FOR RENT-Nice furnished room with the headliner an 11-scene re-
Vile, "Midget Follies of 1927," 12
lassina was an anti-Semite were
with three windows. Near car
Lilliputians making up the east.
also denied by hint.
time and bus line. 2711 Clair-
mount Ave.
STATE
Vaudeville at the State Sunday
FREE ROOM to young business
girl in exchange for light house- will be headed by the Lee Kids of
keeping. 3784 Atkinson Ave. Hollywood fame-Jane and Kath-
erine, now grown to Ilapperhood.
Phone Garfield 9620-W.
As fort seen, the engagement of
"Honorable Mr. Wu," a Chinese
Clark and McCullough in "The
FOR RENT-Nice furnished room fantasy, with a jazz band and a
has
proved
a
rip-roar-
Ramblers -
with refined family. Phone Gar- group of oriental flappers, is an-
ing success at the Cass theater. A
field 4533-1
other big number. Jean Grenese,
musical piece of exceptional laugh-
ing strength, this show could easily FOR SALE-Confectionery store. Jack Donnelly and four girls; Ar-
thur Lloyd and Gautier's phono-
sail through a run in Detroit, but
Doing over $.100 business week- graph dogs also are listed, with
will remain but another week be-
ly. Show trade and school It hart Bosworth and Marian Nix-
cause of Chicago tanking.
trade. Long lease. Good rea- on on the screen in "The Chinese
Funny as they are, it is not to be
son why I am selling out. You Parrot."
assumed that Clark and )1cCut
.
can buy very reasonable. 2408
lough are the whole show. Marie
Myrtle Ave. I'hone Glendale
Saxon as the leading woman is
0273.
given several opportunities to Item-
onstrate her kicking ability. Geor- FOR RENT-Blaine 2915. Nicely
gie 0 Ramey, as usual, gives a
furnished front room. Private
highly individual touch to the many
bona.. $5 per week.
P hone
Dolores Costello in "Old San
comedy scenes that call upon her.
Garfield 8894-W.
Francisco" is the Regent Theater
The cast throughout is competent.
attraction
this week, "Old San
FOR RENT - Nicely furnished
room for refined gentleman. Francisco" is a thrilling melo-
Private family. Near car and drama of the colorful days before
bus line. References. 2271 Clair- the "great fire" when the glamor-
ADDED ATTRACTION
mount Ave. Phone Garfield ous City of the Golden Gate had
a Barbary Coast, known as ''the
97
1 122-J.
Eva to Gallienne's Civic Reper-
mile of hell," and a Chinatown
tory theater of New York presents FOR RENT-Furnished room for which burrowed deep in the earth
The Imsalion of th. Ago
The Cradle Song," a notable
couple, with light housekeeping and hid a thousand gruesome sec-
Spanish comedy, at the New De-
privileges. 1911
Burlingame. rets.
troit opera house starting Sunday
The story has to do with a Span-
Phone Hemlock 0404-W.
President Coolidge Award the
night. The play was written by
ish heiress who is kidnapped by a
Distinguished Flying Cross to
Gregorio and Maria Martinez Si- FOR RENT-Nice airy furnished half-caste boss of the underworld
erra and was translated by John
room with three windows. Ex- and offered for sale in a ambler-1
Garrett Underhill. Among the
tra bathroom. Convenient to ranean auction room.
cast of 20 players are Mary Shaw,
Grand River Ave. and Dexter
Five big acts of vaudeville fol-
Harry Davenport, Mary Hone,
Blvd. 9603 Martindale Ave. low the picture.
Zita Johann, Phyllis Rankin and
Phone Garfield 5407.
Alexander Kirkland.
FOR RENT - Furnished room,
steam heat, hot water, shower.
A beggar's wallet is a mile to
All conveniences. Suitable for
the bottom.
gentleman or couple. Phone
Hemlock 8756-R.

N0 W

flattens and
New Year.

d Family

WILIAT
PRICE
Gtopy

First 'me
at Popular Prices

"The Cradle Song" to
Open at New Detroit

datives and
New Year.

"MOVIETONE

John E. Murphy

amity

, latives and
New Year

SEE AND HEAR

COUNCILMAN

Office: 690 Monroe Avenue

Phone Cadillac 3333

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datives and
New Year.

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FOR RENT-Nice furnished room
near cur and bus lines. Suit-
able for one or two young men.
3212 Clements. Call evenings,
after 7. Phone Arlington 4285-J.

FOR RENT-Nice furnished room
with private family. 11648
Brush, near Burlingame. $12
per month.

Let's Be
Sentimental!

)soslitsr,

FOR RENT-9614 North Martin-
dale Ave. Lower five-room flat.
Shower bath, screened porch.
Garage. Rent $55.

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HOUSE FOR SALE-Glynn Court
3202. East of Dexter Blvd.
Single. Three bedrooms, fir•-
place, breakfast room, slite
drive, shrubbery. Owner mu-t
sell. $1,350 equity or 84.3 70 , •
Will take sonic cash and inssl
vacant. Phone Hemlock 3095 I.

Business and sentiment never did go
well together. There is a time for both,
a place for each.

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So, we devote this announcement to
the purely sentimental side, as distin-
guished from the material side.

We extend to our friends and pat-
rons far and near a wish that is old, yet
surprisingly new - the wish that the
year newly-born may be rich in Happi-
ness, in Peace and Prosperity -- per-
sonal, communal, national.
FRANK V. HADAS, President.

F

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HADAS HADAS

Au b urn
Company

Chandler
Company

Phone
Northway

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FOR RENT-1948 Seward Ave.,
near Twelfth. Nice large room.
$211 per month.

FOR RENT - Hazelwood 2045.
Seven rooms, extra large, fire-
place, two baths, garage. $115.
Phone Longfellow 2720.

tai 1,, • and
Year.

Is fourth
.fart

1770

Nash Earnings Show
Remarkable Increase

es'Ai

At a meeting of the directors •,f
the Nash 'Motors Company la
Thursday', Sept. 22, the regm it
quarterly dividend of FI per e
was declared and an extra (livid•
if 50e per share payable on Ntn. 1,
to stockholders of record at t'a.
close of business Oct. 20.
, r
The company reported that
the third quarter of its fiscal y .ir
1P27, covering the months of .1,, , e,
July and August, after deduct.•.g
all expenses of manufacturing, in-
cluding depreciation, selling, ad-
ministration, and providing for
local taxes, and state and federal
income taxes. the net inc , me
amounted to $0,298,521.55, as
pared with 81,013,658.66 for • he
corresponding quarter of I 'A
Tidal earnings for the nine mot ' , is
ameuii to
of the fiscal year 1927 ammo
818.790,2:a75, against $11,: '1,-
991.27 for the corresponding psi ,d
of 1920. The earnings of the C m
pony for the nine months' period of
1927 have been very satisfaccry
indeed.
"It might not be amiss to p .nt
iiut," stated President C. W. Nash,
that although our sales were the
greatest in our history follow .ng
the int', duction of our new models,
we still might have done an omen
larger volume of business had cur
productive capacity been grater,
as both July and August ended with
more orders for immediate &User-
ies on our books than we e.uld
I build."

DANZIG.-Ii. T. A.)-An in-
ternational conference of the rep-
, resentatives of the Ha'schemir
Ila'sair, • Zionist sport organ:za-
tion, Was opened here. The confer-
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lence will last six d•ys. Delegates
I from west European countries,
j Ua r- MN America and Palestine, are present.

5036 WOODWARD AVEVUE

EiEMSNEY."

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DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

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fT, - -

VICTOR KOLAR, Associate C.

OSSIP GABRILOWITSCIL Conductor.

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A "SEASON TI CKETS" S AL
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- FOR -

Twelve Sunday

Thursday-Friday
Symphony Series

Beginning Or a 13-14
I'Vaf• 532, $24, $10,
sin, g9

Five Young

Afternoons

People's Concerts

Beginning Oct. 18
Prices Si. $5, $2.50

Sat. Morn'. Beg. Nev. 12
Prices $2.50, $1, 110c

FIVE MUSICAL LECTURES

by OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH

Acricted by the
ORCHESTRA

SATURDAY AFTERNOONS BEGINNING OCT. 29

Price. 111C.00, $7.50, $6.00 and $4.00.

Hall-Glendale 5290

Apply at Symphony Offices in Orch

Littman's Peoples Theatre

Twelfth Street at Seward

Ticket Office, Empire 3488.

Business Office, Empire 3472.

FRIDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 30.'
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, OCT. 1 AND 2

Matinee & Evenings

at 2 :30 P. M. antl 8 :30 Ir. M.

"True Love"

A Melodrama in Four Acts by k Bloom.
Announcement is made that on Thursday night, Oct. 6, after

the fast, our successful drama will be repeated-

"IN A GOLDEN CAGE"

SPECIAL NOTICE-The Musical Libretto, "Dreams of Love,"
is now being rehearsed for Succoth Week.

Tickets:: Nights, $2.20, $1.85, $1.10 and 75ct

Matinees, $1.65, $1.10, 75e and 50c.

Phone Empir

DOLORN4

COSTELL

IN

"Old San Francisco"

A Romance of the D•ys When 'Frisco

Was the Paris of America.

A city in fl•mes I The city
that all the world loved I -
Glamorous with its back.
grounds of romantic Spain
and the sinister Orient-and
the mad gold rush of '49.-
A story of heart • pounding
thrillel

LINDBERGH

Tuesday, October 11, 1927

and
New Year

COL. CHAS. A. I



PRIMARIES

rK

I ORCHESTRA HALL

The World's Greatest
Motion Meters

"Old San Francisco"
At Regent Theater

lughter

S

Tell Progress of
Hebrew Science

"The Ramblers" Stays
At Cass Another Week

Daughter,

, to

MICHIGAN
golf
comedy,
An
hilarious
"Spring Fever," will It the feature!
picture at the Michigan nest level:,
wit illiam Iliumes, Joan ('row-
ford, and George K. Arthur in the 1 1
cast. On the stage Lou Ku>lutf will
syncopate the Publix revue, "Jazz
a la Carlo," in which a nude chorus
will sing selections from "The
Student Prince" and other illUsical
plays, With Rosemary as the f•n-
ed soloist.

i05( WASHINGTON

and
Ywar.

a

KUNSKY THEATERS

A knife thrown into the
light • switch plunged the
room into darkness ... The
Chinese girl fled silently ...
Long yellow fingers reached
nut in the darkness, clutch-
ing the white flesh of the
swooning Dolores!

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