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Periodical Carter

CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 30, OHIO

PAGE Tffil EE

IiItlY)t.TROI AN1Sfl et RON ICU

Made in Grand Rapids

1

:.:CLASSIFIED:•:

ARTISTIC INTERIOR DECORA- FOR RENT-Nice large furnished
room in modern home, with pri
TORS-We do painting, deco-
vats- family. All home eollVeIli-
rating and plastering. Guaran-
vales. Suitable for one or two
teed work. I.. mathanson, 2987
gentlemen, ladies or couple
Gladstone. I'hone Garfield 5128
Must be seen to be appreciated.
from 7 to 10 a. 01. and 4 to 8
p. m.
Near bus anti car line. Rent
reasonable. 3282 Tuxedo, Hem-
SIRS. J. SIIERLINro-First.elass
lock 2698-51.
catering for weddings and par-
ties. 15850 Linwood. Univer- FOR RENT-- Six-room newly dee-
°rated that and garage. Kent
- site 2-1610.
reasonable. 4008 Ehnburst.
neax Dexter boulevard. Fair.
CATERERS-SO. 1(11y kosher. En-
mount 4346-M.
gagements, weddings and

banquets. Catered by plate. De-
troit Catering Co., M. A.
l'ereira, Prop., Longfellow 5654.

MOMEN`I'S OF DISCRETION

a . . When you

sto,1°
'1
\ 1'

play with the kids and the

ball you hit goes further

than you expected . .

FOR RENT-A lovely furnished
room in refined couples home,
for gentleman or girl. Continu-
ous hot water, shower. Home
WE FURNISH experienced select- I
privileges. $15 month. Garage ;
ed laundry, cooking, housekeep-
if desired. 4069 Grand avenue, t
ers, general houseworkers, good
Northlawn 98112. near Dexter
day and week workers, white
bus
and Fourteenth car.
and colored. Also men, experi-
enced and general workers. Ar-
FOR RENT-A beautifully fur-
lington 10479,
nished bright room, twin bed,
suitable for one or two gentle. •
CLEAN CURTAINS will beautify'
men. Stall shower. Garage if
your home. Send your soiled
desired. Convenient to Trumbull o
• curtains or drapes to us for COM-
nail Clairmount lines and Four- I
plete renovating and they'll be •
teenth bun. Family of two
returned to you looking like
adults. Reasonable rate. Em-
new. Prompt service, Ambas-
pire 17147. 1734 Virginia Park.
sador Curtain Laundry & Clean-
ing
3308 Joy Road, corner
FOR SALE-3216 Buena Vista,
Wildemere. Euclid 4220,
near Dexter, single brick veneer,
built 4 years ago, 6 rooms, bath,
CEMETERY LOT, six graves,
PRONOUNCED PERFECT BY
breakfast room, frigidaire,
K. of P. Jewish section Oakview
Silent Automatic heat, shrub-
Cemetery in Royal Oak, cheap
DISCRIMINATING SMOKERS
bery,
aide
drive;
quarter
block
for cash. Box 148, Detroit
from new school. Owner will
Jewish Chronicle.
sacrifice equity of $11,300 for
$5,650. Longfellow 9140.
FOR RENT - Nicely furnished
large room. Modern improve•
S.ANARGYROS CORPORATION
molts, separate shower, and ROOM FOR RENT-A room suit-
Capital SL, k ,ovned I,t I' 1 (IR 11.I.AR I) CO., Inc.
able for one or two gentlemen
home privileges. Near Four-
in private home. Adult family.
teenth bus and Clairmount car.
J
An adjoining room can be ob-
Rent reasonable. Suitable for
ained if desired. Home privi-
couple, or lady or gentleman.
leges. 2227 West Euclid ave. TESTIMONIAL FOR LAU
Phone Euclid 0002.
nue, near Fourteenth bus and
BY TREASURER'S STAFF
street ears.
FOR RENT-Large, nicely fur-
5691
1931
nished room with two windows
Fine music, dancing, gdootifellow-
*Rosh Chodesh Adur
Wednesday, February 18
for one or two persons. Small FOR RENT --Nicely furnished ship and other features will mark
Mary Wigman, most celeb rated
Purim
Tuesday,
Starch 19
family. Reasonable rent. In- r`"01, good home in private farn- the frolic that the staff in the
European dancer who has cre ated
First day of Pesach
Thursday, April 2
ily, $15 month. Belden Hall Wayne County Treasurer's office is
quire 1534 West Euclid, up-
a school of dancing in B erlin
Seventh day of Pesach
Wednesday, April 8
stairs, or call Empire 3706-51. Apts., 225 Blaine, near Four- giving in Arcadia ballroom, Tues.
which has become internatio s ally
• Itosh Chodesh Iyar
Saturday, April 18
teenth, Apt. 207.
famous, and who has been su eh a
Lag b'Onier
Tuesday, May 5
GENTLEMAN is driving to Los
sensation in New York, will az pear
Rosh
Chodesh
Sivan
Sunday, Slay 17
Angeles to join his family. Can
at Orchestra Ilall on Wedne aday
First day Shabuoth
Friday, May 22
accommodate two or three peo-
evening, Feb. 18. Her appeal' Once
*Rosh Chodesh Tammuz
Tusosolny, June 16
ple an this trip. Cull Sunday at
in this country is considered the
Fast of Tammuz
Thursday, July 2
2409 West Grand avenue, cur-
By GEORGE JOEL
outstanding terpsichorean no v elty
Rosh
Chodesh
Ab
Wednesday,
July
15
ner La Salle boulevard.
of the season. Iler program next
Fast of Ab
Thursday, July 23
Friedman Likely to Coach at Yale
Wednesday follows:
'Rosh Chodesh Ellul
Friday, August 14
FOR RENT-One or two fur-
Aux
Dern Tanseyklus "Rehwin
Yale will , for the nest time, have
Rosh Ilashonah
Saturday, September 12
nished rooms for two young men
Landsehaft" (From the Dance t !reit e e,
Closed Saturday. Open Saturday Evening
a
Jew
on
its
football
coaching
staff
"Shifting Landscape")
Yoni
Kippur
Monday,
September
21
or a couple. Garage and kitch-
I.
Anruf
(Invocation),
Open Evenings and Sunday
• Also observed the day previous to Rosh Chodesh,
en privileges. Single residen- next fall. Benny Friedman,
2. Gelscht der Nacht
(Pace 0 the
tial section. Good transporta- prominent professional and for-
Night).
5. Pastorale (Pastorale).
tion. 33'23 Leslie, Hemlock mer All-American quarterback,
I. Festlicher Rhythm. IF calve
will
in
all
likelihood
be
the
back-
8604-W.
JUDGE BENSCOE URGES I
Ryhthrn I.
field coach at Yale. Ile did some
SEEING OURSELVES AS
F. Sommerlicher Tans (Saw me?.
LAWYERS SHOULD HELP
Dance).
HISTORY WILL SEE US FOR RENT-Nice large airy fur- work with the boys from Eli last
8. Strionlied (Storm Song).
BENEFIT COMMUNITIES
nished room with small family fall and it is rumored that he will
-
Den "Visionen" (From "Vial, ns").
,
of adults
Refined neighbor- have a permanent place at New
The annual Valentine dance of
7. Ilexentanz (Witch Dance).
Prof. Slosron's "The Great Cru-
hood. For one or two persons. Haven. If he lands the job you
Judge Edward B. Benscoe, of Beth El Sisterhood was attended by Airs Des "Filer" (From °Celehris
sada and After" Is Valuable His-
s. Monotonle IDrehtans
(Mor atone
will see a Yale team that can
R
Rent
reasonable.
Tuxedo
be-
the Common Pleas Court, in a re- 50 couples when it took place in the Whirl Dance).
HERMAN LAU
tory of America Since 1914.
tween Linwood and Dexter. Call throw passes, a rare thing indeed!
cent talk before a group of young ball room of the Durant Hotel. Au. Dem Tanacyklus "Schwind ends,
Landschafi"
(From
the
Dance
Hemlock
3003-R.
day night, Feb. 2-1, in honor of lawyers urged them to consider Decorations appropriate for Val-
THE iatEAT CRUSADE AND 5111 1 1
"Shifting lAndaC•Pe")
Ile Pre , ton William
Chattering..
Herman Lau. Mr. Lau's business their profession as a means to entine's were effectively used.
9. 7.igeunerwelsen 12 Tanslieder) Gyp.
had
I hr Macmillan Co, Now
FOR RENT-A large, airy, newly
Palmer Gervitz of Chicago training and record for efficiency benefit mankind and not as a cam-'
The entertainment committee
ay Mondx-two Dance SongeL•
enI Chicago. Ir./.
decorated furnished bedroom writes and asks why I don't men- while deputy under the late God- mercial undertaking to obtain ma- was in charge of arrangements,
The jacket of this book tells us
with a small family. Suitable tion more news about prep school frey Frei•ald, have been given terial gain.
headed by the chairman, Mrs. Har-
that the author "here gives tai the,
Fisher Theater.
for one or two gentlemen. Re- athletes. Ile sent nie a lot of in- recognition by his appointment as
"A lawyer can and should make ry Grossman. The committee in-
unusual opportunity of seeing our ,
Grant Withers, brilliant young
fined neighborhood. Good trans- formation about youngsters around treasurer to fill the existing va- himself one of the must uplifting cludes: Sirs. Sam Magidson, Mrs.
Cumulative Preferred
recent selves as future generations
Hollywood
screen star, is now ap-
portation. Reasonable. One Chicago who are
doing their I cancy in the office, and he is perstai- influences, in his community," the David Goldfarb, Sirs. Sidney Gold- pearing in person on the Fisher
Stock
will ma, us. In strong contrast to
week free rent. Garage if de- share, From his "info" I
get the ally immensely popular with the judge stated. "Because of their man, Mrs. Sigmund Seitner, °Mrs. stage in an original sketch in 'Bob
the personal reminiscence or the
sired. 2015 Blaine, downstairs. impression that the Chicago bard boys and girls under ihs direction. varied contacts, lawyers more than I. II. Gindick, Mrs. Munroe Klein,
impressionist type of contemporary
Uolan's Niftiest" Withers hu
Garfield 0014-R.
are just about as active as their It is a complimentary, testimonial any other citizen mold the conduct Mrs. Milton Harris, Mrs. Arthur
'history, often so eccentric in val.,
occasion that the staff has ar- and character of the community Dubois, Mrs. G. (tutow, Mrs. Jos- alarred in many picture produc-
phasis, he writes with detachment,' CHEERFUL. young lady may New York cousins in athletic en-,
tions.
Ile was Loretta Young's
ranged.
in which they reside. For you to eph Illoek and Mrs. Ellis Warren.
perspective and balance."
share apartment with widow. deavor. Palmer states that every I
sweetheart in "The Second Floor
Complimentary tickets can be creditably fulfil your rightful
Hostesses at the function includ-
For once this is as true evalua-
Taylor avenue at Woodrow Wil- high school in Chicago has at least obtained on application to Samuel
Mystery," and Sue Carol's sweetie
place as a standard bearer it is ed Mrs. A. Eiseman, chairman;
tion of the book referred to. Pres-
son. Box 149, Detroit Jewish one outstanding Jewish athlete.: S. Goodman in the County Treas-
necessary for you to lay your Mrs. Milton Ilarris, Mrs. Jacob in "Dancing Sweeties," while he
Prep school athletes, except in
ton \Villain: Slosson, associate pro-
Chronicle.
foundation on worthwhile ideals Illock, Mrs. Morris Fischler, Mrs, played opposite Dolores Costel lo In
/are occasions, are taboo in this urer's office.
fessor of history at the University
hearts in Exile." Ile is appear-
and
high character."
Martha Robinson, Mrs. Alma Buck-
of Michigan, has given us in this FOR RENT-Exceptionally large column. There are too many of '
Judge Benscoe warned his audi- ner, Sirs. A. M. Barnett, Mrs. Eu- fog on the Fisher stage this week
room, beautifully furnished, in them. The Worcester, Mass., Y.
"history of America since 1911"
I while having a short Hollywood
Levin
Matzoh
Co.
Now
Dis-
ence
that
too
many
young
lawyers
gene
Bloomberg,
Mrs.
Harold
Klein,
private residence. for gentle- 51 II. A. is burning up basketball
an unusual grasp on the mass of
vacation.
have ruined their careers because Mrs. James Flanders.
man or couple. Kitchen privi- circles this season. Six straight
tributors for Kaufman
things which have happened during
they strive to acquire reputations
leges. Garage if desired. Phone wins have already been credited to
the war period, in the years that
Matzohs.
by sacrificing their characters. Roxy's Gang Here Feb. 19
"A Touch of
Hemlock 8532-51, or call at 2691 them and they have yet to drop a
followed and during the decade end-
---
"You should not do things you
game. Leading the New England
Wrote or Phone for
Continental
Elmhurst.
ing with 11128.
With Schumann-Heink
Louis J. and Abe J. Levin of know are not right because you
Inful melon
Y. 51. H. A. basketball league by;
Prof. Slosson's book has great
Savoir Faire"
the Levin Matzoh Ca., 261 9 Pin- feel you will gain public approval
Boxy and his l■ ang, known from
interest for every American who is 'FO RENT-Heated five rooms; a safe margin, the "Orange Ana.'
Kelvinator, garage, fireplace, lanche," as they are called, scents' free avenue, Euclid 2648, an- by doing them," he saint. "A man the Capitol, and later the Roxy
anxious for a dispassionate history
side drive, beautiful decora- to be headed fort he championship. nounce that they are now the dis- of character will do the right thing Theater in New York, will appear
of our own times, and for the stu-
tions.
A bargain at $55, includ- The leant that is causing all this tributors for the famous Kaufman when he knows it is not popular. at the Masonic Auditorium Thurs-
dent of history it is an invaluable
That is what you should do," he day, Feb. 19. Ernestine Schumann-
ing heat and garage ; 13997 trouble is composed mostly of far-' Matzohs of Chicago,
piece of writing. The past 15 years
The Levin brothers announce continued.
Ileink is the featured soloist.
Kentucky
avenue, Northlawn mer high school and college play-,
have seen the rise of so many move-
Members Dell oit Stock Exchange
that
they
are
also
the
distributors
The judge said much abuse has Among the other assisting artists
5a24.
ers.
ments, the development of so many
for hest brands of noodles, spices, been heaped on the legal profes- will toe Beatrice Iliolkin, by cour-
(Copyright, 1911, J. T. A.)
bigotries and hatreds, that Dr.
1466 Penobscot Bldg.
BAKED GOODS-Made to order
dried fruits and macaroons for sion because of the shady conduct tesy of the Metropolitan Opera
CARDINAL
Slosson's well-balanced book helps
for all occasions. Cakes, cook-
Passover.
Of some of its members. Greed Co.; Patricia Bowman, Wee Willie'
BLACK COMMENTS ON
Randolph 6391
to understand the period and to
RICHELIEU
ies, pies, biscuits and pastries.
The Levin Matzoh Co. has been rather than principle is the domi- Robyn, Frank Montan, Lucille'
iudge it in its true light.
COMMON
PLEAS
COURT
The best of ingredients used.'
distributing Matzohs in Detroit nant characteristic of these men Fields, Harold Clyde Wright, Doro-
TEA ROOM
Tor Jews, his history is especial-
Longfellow
Give us a trial.
for many years. Their new brand, who tiring shame on their profes- thy Miller, the Ronny Male Quartet,
ly Valuable because of the com-
Max I.. Black, candidate for the the Kaufman Matzohs, are known sion, he said.
STUDIO
Mrs. Eva Friedman,
1739.
Celia
Branz,
Dorothy
Githens,
ments the author wakes on the ac-
long term as judge of the Common for their excellent quality and as
2740 Fullerton.
Daddy Jim Coombs, Claire Ma-
of the Ku Klux Klan, Henry
12838-42
Pleas Court at the primaries on being among the best made in this Dial-Operated
SEE YOUR OLD FRIEND, tivities
jette, lierna and Vera Deane, IRO
Phones
for
Ford's anti-Semitic crusade in the TO RENT-Furnished room with March 2, in a statement issued on
Woodward Avenue
country.
Itussotto, Margaret Mickey Mc-
ABE EPSTEIN columns of the Dearborn Independ-
All of Downtown Detroit. tee
two windows. All conveniences. Wednesday, said:
Harold Van Duzee, Viola
Feu ,11..torthe- minute
ent and other events. Referring
Near street car and bus lines.
"The importance of this origi-
l'hilo, Josef Stopak, Georges Du-
All of downtown Detroit is now
TUXEDOS, FULL DRESS to Ford, he says that the auto mag-
2015 Blaine. M. Cohen.
nally mediocre judicial tribunal Active Demand Made For
'
franne
and Adelaide De Loca.
nate "confessed his complete ig-
has reached tremendous propor-
FURNISHINGS
Matzohs to Go to Poland. served by dial operated telephones.
norance of history, and then dem- CADILLAC, Packard, Auburn re- tions, and especially is it true now
The last manual telephones in the
ORGAN MUSIC
For Rent or For Sale
onstrated it by letting the Dear-
pairs by skilled mechanics; 30 during this depression and undis-
downtown section were changed to Fraternity, 90 Per Cent Jew-
OottIt. for
FRED STECKER,
The export department of the
born Independent, his own organ,
per cent discount from service puted readjustment period that we
dial at 2 o'clo•k Sunday morning,
ish, Names Catholic as
Organist
Weddings, Parties and Other
13.
51anischewitz
Company
is
re-
enter on a campaign against an
station prices. All workmanship' s are now experiencing. The Corn-
whim the 2,500 public pay tele-
DAILY AND SUNDAYS
Its President.
Social Functions
imaginary international .lewish
guaranteed. Mr. Desen or , nion Pleas Court will now be called ceiving many orders for packages phones toonoteted with the Clifford
Don't Worry About Your Tun-
of
Matzos
which
are
to
he
sent
to
conspiracy.'" Speaking of the an-
665 Selden, Glendale 1400.
central (Mice were switched over.
upon to liquidate suits involving
MONTREAL.-(J. T. A.)-For
Let Eppie Do It
relatives of Amerticana in Poland.
ti-Semitic campaign in this own
Installation of the dial central
obligations of people who assumed
LUNCHEON 65c
Coll Madbon Gil , for alUmi 111 . 14 t
The B. Nlasischewitz Company has Abe equipment for Clifford, which the first time in its history, Pi
FOR RENT-Warm room for sin-
try, Professor Slosson writes:
them when they were earning
All Sires.
11,4 Fit Guaranteed
gle or coouple. Continuous hot
made special arrangements where- serves public paystations almost ex- Lambda I'hi, a non-sectarian fra-
DINNER $1.25
more money and; due to a reduc-
SPECIAL RATES TO SCHOOLS
"The campaign .Lain•t the Jew in
water. Good transportation.
by they are transmitting packages clusively, has been made on the ternity but in practice about 90
SUNDAYS $1.50
CLUBS AND SOCIETIES
Atnerica was far I,.,, actise than that
tion in their income, they are not

of matzos to any part of l'oland. fifth floor of the Bell Telephone per cent Jewish in membership,
Open Evenines and Sundays
against the Roman Catholic, although the
able to pay their debts as they con-
tw., woro yoked together in the formal
The company is guaranteeing de- building at 1:365 Cass avenue, at a has elected a Catholic as its head.
tracted
them,
even
though
they
denunciation , of the Elan-truly a FOR RENT - Beautifully fur-
BRIDGE PARTY
livery of these packages and in cost of $740,000. Other downtown J. 13. Van Veen, a Catholic attor-
',ranee 11,0tiation in view of their men.
nished room for business girl. have the best intentions to pay.
SPECIALS
event of non-delivery the money central offices, all of them dial op- ney from New Yolk City, was
RENTAL PARLORS
trie.• of oppo•ition to e•ch other. One
"These type of cases involve so-
No children in the house. North-
elected supreme rex of the organ-
o dthe dupe+ of the •nti-Semitic Prot ,
w ill be refunded in full.
erated,
are
Cadillac,
Randolph
and
ARLINGTON
8726 Telfth St., near Gladstone
west section. Home privileges. cial features that require more
avant. we , Henry Ford, the •utomobile
For full information address Cherry. The Clifford manually op- ization at the conclusion of its an-
9334
manufacturer,
by
n•ture

kindly
man
than
mere
details
of
evidence
and
Madison 4919
For appointment call Northlawn
the export department of the B. erated central office was located in nual convention here.
and seeminalv o ne of the tart to rherkh
High.Class Tailoring, Clenning,
3114 2 or Hemlock 3436-M. 3815 the question of liability of the Manischewitz Company, 2100 West
racial or religion , fend. let hi, news.
This manifestation of intercre-
,
Just Call U.
Valet Service.
the telephone building at Clifford
debtor
for
the
judge
to
consider.
paper. the Dearborn Independent. became
Duane, near Dexter.
Eighth street, Cincinnati, 0,
street and Washington boulevard. dal amity is believed to have been
,imultaneously spokesman for Mr. Ford
It is a social service of great mo-
and furactionary
Europeans who trailed
The space vacated there is to be prompted by the fact that the con-
re
WANTED--A young man who can ment that this court will be called
all the so cial ilk of nii,lern time , to •i
Songs"
Second
Week
"Torch
used by the Michigan Bell company vention was held in the prepon-
write English lyrics for music. upon to perform from now on, and
ternational ewl.h finance. On the b11.1•1
derantly Catholic city of Montreal,
for Abe purports.
at Shubert-Lafayette.
Write Box 160, Detroit Jewish the men on this bench must he so-
111' •n alleved •protoeol of the elders if
which tendered the fraternity a
lit hktorians
repe•terlD
cial students in addition to legal
Chronicle.
on holt nide, of the Arlanlin. • Jewish
civic banquet. Other officers elect-
"Flying
High"
Coming
to
the
Arthur
Hopkins'
New
York
Ply-
minds.
conspiracy fort the subjugation of the
ed were Robert M. I.intz of New
BALDNESS, FALLING HAIR,
Gentile world was charged. It es pr-- BEAUTIFUL modern 11.room sin-
"A campaign for the election of mouth Theater success, "Torch
Cass Theater.
York, supreme master; Robert 11.
sihle that some of Mr. Ford's personal
ble home on Edison, between judges to this court is now in full Song" will begin the second week
DANDRUFF AND SCALP
Following ni ai ly a year's en- Rosenthal of New York, supreme
experiences with Jewish bankers and bus-
Hamilton and Byron. Six rooms sway and it is of interest to the of its engagement at he t Shbert-
DISORDERS
u
gagement on Broadway, "Flying keeper of the archives, and Philip
In e,s rivals mar have affected his atti-
and lavatory on main floor, four entire community that the proper Lafayette Theater, next Sunday,
Awarded First Prize •t Paris and
tude in the matter. but his zeal in the
High," George White's newest I.uskin of New Yo•ick, supreme
ca.oe wws without question. though
Belgium EzPosItions
large bedrooms on second, men be first nominated on Maro h 2 with a notable cast headed by Mar-
musical comedy hit, will open a keeper of the exchequer.
competition of 31 nations and
...unity, when fared with court action.
maid's quarters on third. Oil and elected on April 6.
tha Lorber, lwautiful and blonde, week's engagement at the Cass
was pronounced the moll
he dropped the campaign."
burner and Frigidaire. Will ex-
tiv• system for growing hair
"Every citizen should become who is appearing in the role of the Theater on Sunday evening,
in existence
In a foot-note Professor Slosson
change for dulpex in northwest familiar with the candidates aspir- little cabaret girl; Enid Markey,
Feb. 15.
The Kridos positively grows hair on
section. Will sell or rent. Call ing for this office and the plat- who was seen here recently in
refers to the Massena, N. Y., "rit-
'old heads, stops falling hair-elopia
Held Over by Popular Request for • Second Week
The collaborative work of B. G.
for appointment, Arlington forms and policies these candidates "Sisters of the Chorus," William
held spots). lime can be grown in ten
ual murder lie," and calls it a "stlil
DeSylva, Lew Brown, and Jack
treatments.
Kridos scientific treat-
4436-W.
cruder
myth."
('arey.
Frank
Moonroe
and
Lloyd
advocate."
51cGowan,
hour
ote
the
bock;
and
ments, wh.ch include the ultra violet
Professor Slossona history has
Nolan head the supporting cast.
revs (sunlight) of the quartz mercury
DeSylva, Brown and Ray Hender-
some very interesting chapters on FOR RENT-Glynn Court-At-
lamp. perfected by Dr. Franz Nagel.
son, who supplied the music and
tractive room for girl in artis- Monk Watson and Cast Re-
s, hm de of Germany, has grown hair
education, journalism, immigration,
Publix Riviera Theater.
lyrics, "Flying High" takes on the
or thousands, both menand women,
tically
furnished
home.
Home
sports and other interesting devel-
main at Oriole Theater by
and can do the same for yo.
What makes for popularity- In speed and color of a typical George
privileges. Reasonable. Hem-
opments in American life during
E”mination and advice free.
Popular Request.
the case of Janet Gaynor and White "Scandals."
Hours, II a. mi. to a p. m.
lock 3845-W.
and since the war. The industrial,
Charles
Farrell, it is their per-
Established 1918
cultural, political and commercial
Including Jo. Griffin's Ballet Girls, Comes to the
Most Successful Hair sows Scalp
Monk Watson and his popular sonification of youthful romance
YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN who
Hollywood Theater.
contributions to American life of
Specia lties
that
makes
them the most popular
are interested in bridge or are cast are being held over Al the
Those twin favorites of filmland,
son Petenso 1 ••
Bldg•
many Jews figure in this history,
desirous of learning to play Oriole Theater, Linwood and Phila- pair of screen sweethearts. Never Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell
among them being S. L. Rothafel
before have they so successfully return to the screen again in "The
Linwood and Philadelphia
bridge, write to Box 200. De- delphia, for another week.
I lioxyl, Edna Ferber, Samuel
troit
Jewish Chronicle, giving
Mr. Watson and his 21 associates projected their personalities into Man Who Came Back," !showing
COMPLETE NEW STAGE SHOW
Campers, Louis D. Brandeis, Ber-
name, address and telephone will present an entirely new show. ; the public's consciousness as in on the Hollywood Theater screen,'
nard Baruch and others.
During the past week they drew ; the production, "The Man Who Sunday to Thursday and due to the
number.
record audiences and again proved ' Came Back," the Riviera Theater unusual nature of the production
ilaZ84
2:20, 4:20, 7:30, 9:30 P. M.
State Theater.
FOR RENT - 1196 Burlingame, the biggest drawing cards for De- attraction starting Feb. 14.
14.4 0.oadway, guise MI6
preparations are being made to
Doors Open Sunday at 1:30 P. M. E•enings 6:45 P. M.
The State Theater this week
1 troit theaters.
at beautiful
upper g ht
care for record-breaking crowds.
Saturday M•tinees 1:30 P. M.
brings back the greatest motion
large modern rooms. Breakfast
The Hollywood has arranged for
In addition to Mr. Watson's show
Michigan Theater.
ON THE SCREEN
picture spectacle of all time, D.
room, two tile baths, and Frigid- there will be a well selected talking
"Dance. Fools. Dance," which is an unusual unit stage attraction,
W. Grifliith's "The Birth of a
aire.
Refined
neighborhood.
with
• number of big time visiting
movie bill, featuring Victor Mc- now at the Michigan Theater,
Foremost Student
Nation," with the modern magic
Very reasonable.
Tour+, All Erpensea
Laglen in "A Devil With the the most glamorous of Miss Craw- acts working into new schemes.
over son° sunned weeders I. of sound.
Women."
ford's recent roles. Harry Beau- Featured is the Manny King & Co.,
ISM. Bawl ',amen ten ewe
The most stupendous of all-time FOR RENT-1698 Leslie, near
n
t Da
anew More
motor to
mont, who brought Miss Crawford offering a one-act complete comedy
Twelfth. beautiful six-room flat
screen attractions brings with it
which in an appearance at the Hol-
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We can not live unless we seek to stardom in "Our Dancing
with garage. Newly decorated;
Bed for Beetlel
such stars as I.illian Gish, H. II.
ago broke
Come Early and Avoid Being Disappointed
COLLEGE TRAVEL GUTS
two main car lines; rent $35; sunshine and, in order to exist, Daughters," and recently added to lywood several seasons
Walthall, Wallace Reid, Walter
all
records
for
attendance
and
en-
150 11,14 9111 6.1. III
was $60 • month. Call J. Yura,1 clear vision is as necessary as this triumph with "Our Blushing
Long and a gigantic cast of 18,000
I tertainment.
Brides," again directed.
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