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Aivisk Periodkal Carter



CLIFTON ATINCI CINCINNATI 30, 01110

September 15, 1939

(AROXICI6

PAGE ELEVEN

and THE LEGAL CHRONICLE

Greetings from Jackson, Mich.

Trees Planted in
Ex-Nazi Official
JEWS TAKE THE SPOTLIGHT IN THE
The Butzel Forest Says U. S. Morality
AMERICAN FOOTLIGHT INDUSTRY
Can Defeat Hitler

Wishing All Our Friends a Happy New Year

The Jewish National Fund
Council acknowledges the plant-
A Review of Jewish Contributions to thp American
ing of the following trees in the
NEW YORK. (WNS) .— An
Theater During the Past Season
ethical revulsion which will only
Butzel Forest in Palestine:
proceed from the spirit of Chris-
Honoring Fred M. &dm!, S.
1125th Michigan Center
Phone 2-1434
Rohlik of 11135 Shoemaker tianity is the only opposition to
By MARCIA ALPERT
Jackson, Mich.
Hitler "that will become dan-
Ave. planted 12 tree. in the
gerous" to the dictatorship, as-
The annum, 5699, literally Foremost is Clifford Odets. Since Bullet Forest.
speaking, was a. "Theatrical" 1932 when he wrote "Awake
One tree in honor of the birth serts the startling confession of
year. The crescendo of world and Sing" and "Waiting for of Illuma Rose, daughter of Mr. Herman Rauschnigg, former of-
SINCEREST GREETINGS FOR THE NEW YEAR
events telescoped the theater and Lefty", a theatrical season would and Mrs. George K. Bremen, by ficial of the Nazi party, in a
book called "The Revolution of
showered its pained influence up- not he complete without some Junior liadassah.
on the fertile minds which plot work by Odets, for the Group
One tree in memory of Basche Nihilism," published this week
and paint the imaginary scenes Theater. This year Broadway Gaberman, by Mr. and Mrs. A. by the Alliance Book Corpora-
MOST UP-TO-DATE LAUNDRY IN JACKSON
tion. This kind of morality exists
designed to entertain and edu- was treated to • his latest. "Roc- A. Zagal.
We Specialise in Fine Curtain Work
cate our free souls. Jews in ket to the Moon" as well as a
One tree in memory of Max in America, Rauschnigg, who
Complete Family Service
5699 were the featured players revival of "Awake and Sing." Kurlansky, father of Mr. and was once the president of the
in a worldwide drama and di- "Rocket to the Moon" was not• Mrs. Henry Lapides, by Dr. and Danzig Senate, declares, but
1701 WOODBRIDGE
'
PHONE 8196
rectly or indirectly creative en- able for the brilliant Odets dia-
"America is unstable and can
JACKSON, MICH.
deavor was motivated by the logue, and the play ran for five Mrs. Joseph J. Fineman.
be developed into an outright
One
tree
in
memory
of
Ida
state
of
universal
chaos
and
revolution;
to do this is both a
months.
"Awake
and
Sing,"
'
plight of the Jew. Although it however, is generally conceded Meyers, by Mr. and Mrs. Charles tactical aim of Nazional Social-
Rogers.
wasn't
always
the
Jew
who
auth-
ism,
in
order
to hold America
by most critics to be the best
A Happy New Year N AU
One tree in memory of Mrs. aloof from Europe, and a po-
ored the morsel of realistic work of this young author whose
stage make-believe his influence plays are looked forward to with Dora Krell, by Mr. and Mrs. litical one, in order to bring both
was felt somewhere in the ulti- enthusiasm each year. Odets is Isaac Shetzer.
North and South America into
mate design.
Three trees in memory of Mrs. the new order." According to
the historian and voice of the
lower
classes.
Odets'
plays
are
Oxy-Acetylene and Electric Arc Portable Equipment
Rachel
Savelewitz,
mother
of
Rauschnigg, the book is "the
To set down here, the exploits,
the dreams, the artistic victories documentary data on the "other Mrs. William Hordes, by Wil- revelatiyn of the process under-
300 OTSEGO
liam Hordes.
lying the ostensibly national
of every important Jewish man half" who find it hard to live.
PHONE 2.2643
Another young wielder of the
and woman in the realm of the
Jackson, Mich.
One tree in memory of Mrs. movement, a destructive process
theater who deserves passing acid pen is Irwin Shaw. His Cantor, mother of Joseph Cantor, of revolution of a new and ex-
mention for their part in the "Gentle People" also produced 1111(i One tree in memory of Max treme type," made necessary
passing parade—would be a gar- by the Group Theater, put Shaw Kurlandsky of Rochester, N. Y., because "even the German living
gantuan task. This thesis will on the promising list. It was by Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. in the Third Reich has had but
A Happy New Year to All
have to suffice as a brief salute the simple portrayal of a gang- Lapides.
the vaguest notion of what has
and accolade. for only those who ster who preys his protection
To plant trees in Palestine, been happening to him."
etched their names deeply and racket upon a Coney Island fish-
Rauschnigg warns western
boldly in the book of fame over erman and then falls in love please call Mrs. P. Slomovitz, civilization that no single terri-
t he twelve month period now with the fisherman's daughter. UN 1-6972, 17417 Stoepel Ave. tory such as Danzig or even
"JACKSON'S OLDEST ROOFERS—ESTABLISHED 1908"
drawing to a close.
Although callous in some parts,
Poland is the Nazi goal. Hitler
For some, the year 5699, was its fascinating characters repre- of refugees, including the danc- Means to accomplish German
PHONE 2.2344
902 E. MICHIGAN
only
a
milestone—for
others
a
sented
mostly
by
Jewish
thes-
ing
"find"
of
the
season,
Ills
domination
of the world by
Jackson, Mich.
beginning of the tedious journey pians, Sylvia Sidney, Jaffe, Car- Roden, dropped anchor at Sam's methods fair or foul, to create
t o the peaks of glory. For still novsky, and Elia Kazan brought "Music Box Theater" on West a new order in which brute
o thers it never ended—they van- the play a considerable measure 45th St. and when last reported strength may be the ruling fac-
shed—like players in whose part of success on Broadway.
were packing a cosmopolitan tor, to destroy Christianity by
i t is written to die before the
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
George Kaufman and Moss New York audience in the pews causing dissension between Ger-
lay
is
over,
and
who
never
p
Hart, whose genius is already nightly and invoking consider- man Catholicism and Rome, but
s hare in the triumphant happi- taken for granted, added to their able attention. The refugee the schism in the Catholic Church
n ess of the final curtain.
long list of rapidly growing theater is Europe's loss and is unimportant in the scheme of


works "The American Way" and America's gain, definitely. The things, asserts Rauschnigg, "it
Jackson's Leading Restaurant
A tense moment's silence as "The Fabulous Invalid." Both of name of the revue is "From will be a brief episode on the
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
he house lights dimly lower. these plays were written in an Vienna" and the months of the way to the comprehensive aim
c onversation fades, except for entirely different vein from their coming 5700 should find the of destroying the Christian faith
215 OTSEGO, opposite Post Office
Phone 9455
e hispered comments here and last year's comedy success "You colorful little poignant musical as the most deep-seated root of
Jackson, Mich.
here. The curtains part slowly Can't Take It With You." Their going' strong.
western civilization and of the
No review of the theater, Jew- social order."
and the American audiences set- "American Way" brought Fred-
le back to watch the American eric March back to the stage ish or non-Jewish, could dismiss
heater at work. In order to and he is enjoying a long and Billy Rose. Heir to Ziegfeld's
n ake a production possible profitable visit. Solemn-faced fame and bidding fair to outdo
n any people, skilled in varied Kaufman and his collaborator I even the mighty Barnum as a
fi elds, offer contributions. The are now industrially working on showman, let alone Ziegfeld,
alent and genius of our people three new plays, a musical, a Rose has accomplished what few
s ever at work writing, produc- comedy, and a serious drama, theatrical producers can boast of
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
having done. lie has produced
ng, acting, composing and de- for the new season.
The residents of the Jewish
hit shows and made money.
l i igning to add to the glory of
The husband and wife writing Rose ' s "Aquacade" at the New Home for Aged closed the sum-
he American theatre.
mer outing season with a picnic
team of Sam and Bella Spewack
This past season as in every readapted their "Clear All Wires" York World's Fair is easily called at Belle Isle on Sept. 9. The
they, the Jew has evidenced his of several seasons ago and sent the greatest show attraction in sunshine committee of the Wom-
M. J. FRANKLIN
incere desire to shoulder his it forth under the title of "Leave America. At the height of his en's Auxiliary of the Jewish
hare. A list of the productions It To Me", and then "left it" success, he says he's going to Home for Aged, of which Mrs.
n which Jews have participated to audiences to decide that it retire very shortly and do no Joseph Rose is chairman, made
133 SOUTH ST.
PHONE 6111
n one way or another would was one of the better musical more in show business. Don't possible the delightful afternoon.
you believe it. Billy Rose wasn't
: ontain practically every play shows of the year.
born to blush unseen. and he'll Harry Morris and his orchestra
BATTLE CREEK, MICH.
I roduced on Broadway.
The Playwrights' Producing continue blooming until "The furnished music for the occasion.
As the New Year bows in, Company, an innovation in the Greatest Showman" decided to The auxiliary thanks Mr.' Morris
I ne point is yet unsettled. What Theatre, in which five of the call it quits for the diminutive and his orchestra.
The dues collection committee
I ersonality among the talented better playwrights banded to- dynamic maestro of the show
fi nd versatile group of thespians gether to produce their own world's outstanding productions. of the Women'. Auxiliary re-
Greetings and Best Wishes for Rosh Hashonah
'
ports
gratifying results for the
an lay claim to being "The plays, has the services of S. N.
Composers
I oremost actor?"
Behrman and Elmer Rice. Sam-
The work of Jewish composers month of August and hopes that
The final ballot has yet to be uel Nathaniel Behrman, who can be found in many of the those who have not as yet been
aken for the one eligible to fill hides under the initials S. N., best musical shows. Kurt Weill, contacted will call Mrs. Philip
he vacancy at the head of the provided Katherine Cornell with who wrote the score for "Knick- Smith, Townsend 8-6634, or Sam-
USED AUTO PARTS — GLASS INSTALLED
stage actor's table left available a very suitable role in his "No erbocker Holiday" is a cantor's uel Benjamin, Hogarth 9062.
I y the sorrowful passing of Time For Comedy," a light draw- son whose compositions have met
918 E. MICHIGAN
PHONE 3800
1 oris Thomashefsky. A lean and ing room farce which delighted with great enthusiasm in Amer-
tolid veteran of New York's both Cornell and Behrman fans. ica, since Hitler exiled him from
BATTLE CREEK, MICH.
i: roue Theater, Morris Carnov- It might be noted in passing that his native Germany. The melo-
ky is a contender. Sam Jaffe Behrman is the husband of Jas- dious tunes of "Stars in Your
Aleph Katz, eminent Yiddish
another and young Luther cha lleifetz's sister.
Eyes" were composed by Arthur poet and the Yiddish editor of
dler might also file his claim.
Elmer Rice turned from play- Schwartz, who has many pop- the Jewish Telegraphic Agency,

1
hen audiences saw "Gentle wright to director and was re- ular songs to his credit. Hilar-
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
has issued an illustrated booklet
conic" in New York they em- sponsible for the stage direction
"Ilellzapoppin" is accom- on the Yiddish alphabet entitled
1 raced Carnovaky and Jaffe with of the prize-winning "Abe Lin- ious
panied by music written by "Fun Aleph Biz Toy" (meaning
1
ervent
applause.
The
critics,
for
coln in Illinois." Latest gossip Sammy Fain. Marc Blitzstein,
Hulburd, Warren 8 Chandler
rice made a simple sentence out credits Mr. Rice with a new last year's one man theater, "From A to Z") in which he ex-
WM. D. lioness, Mgr.
i f the truth. They said, "Morris play in preparation, Some of us wrote music for several Broad- plains the Jewish alphabet in Yid-
verses.
( arnovsky comes very close to remember years ago, Elmer's way productions this season. dish One
STOCKS — BONDS — GRAIN
need not be a Yiddishist to
1 eing the best all-around actor publicly stating, after a brush Harold J. Rome is responsible appreciate
BROKERS
this splendid booklet. It
country." We're inclined with the critics, that he would for the music and lyrics of the
303 POST BLDG.
PHONE 8141 t i n o the
is
artistic,
it catches the imagina-
agree with the critics and write no more plays. We're glad second edition ' of "Pins and
BATTLE CREEK, IMICII.
tion and is a great help In teach-
ominate Mr. Carnovsky as num- he changed his mind.
Needles" and "Sing Out the ing Yiddish.
I er one man on the stage.
Tops among the American wo- News." His "F.D.R. Jones" from
Done entirely in rhymed coup-
Not slighting the ladies, but men playwrights is Lillian Hell- the latter won him an award.
lets and published in two colors,
filer
all
when
you
place
Sylvia
man
"Little Foxes" is the Rome graduated from Yale in this 32-page brochure,
Rosh Hashonah Greetings and Best Wishes
which is
'; idney, Molly Picon, Sophie finest whose
dramatic hit of the season. 1934 with the intentions of be- available at 25 cents each
from
1 pucker. Ethel Merman, Belle Opening
in February, the Play coming an architect, and he was Mr. Katz at 1560 Broadway, Room
aker, Norma Shearer and Fan- is still going strong. Miss Hell- one for a while. That is, until
BEECH AND RICH
914, New York, is illustrated in
, 1 l ie Brice into a contest for first man, who set the theater world he
discovered that his songs
lace among feminine 'Jewish agog with "The Children's could make him more money. pen-and-ink drawing s. Joseph
SPRAY-COTE
1 tars,
you've got a job on your Hour," displays her amazing gift Now his songs are in demand Schoor of New York is the col-
laborating artist.
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
; ands. Better divide that award for characterization in her latest
his architecture is probably
Author of several volumes of
BRUSH SPRAY
a mong each of the ladies and let opus. Samuel Goldwyn is report- and
forgotten, while he concentrates Yiddish
potery, Mr. Katz did the
Industrial — Institutional
i t go at that. In "Gentle Peo- ed to be considering the purchase on turning out numbers to equal
only
Yiddish translation extant of
380-382 N. WASHINGTON
e" La Sidney more than die- of the screen rights to the play, "Sunday in the Park" and
PHONE 8012 T e nguished
Stevenson's "Treasure Island."
herself.
Even
now
"F.D.R.
and
it
is
very
likely
that
Miss
Jones."
Battle Creek — Kalamazoo — Grand Rapids
l er absence from the theatrical Hellman will do her own tran- In the straight
___
musicals, Jew-
ene to bring another acting scription as she did with "The ish librettists and melody manu- Jewel, Phil Baker and according
eneration into the world, is Children's Hour." Miss Hellman facturers abound. How familiar to a last minute arrangement,
'
k eenly felt . . . Molly Picon was formerly a play reader for these names sound to you: "Gor- Milton Berle, are to regale lis-
Rosh Ilashonah Greetings and Rest Wishes
NI asn't very active this past year, Herman
Shumlin, the producer. don and Revel" who are about teners throughout the first half
ut she'll more than make up After reading hundreds of plays to abrogate their successful part- of 5700.
o r it during the next ... Sophie and finding not • solitary script nership . . . Jack Yellen, Buddy
Analyzing the programs we
'ucker's fate suffered a strange suitable for a stage vehicle, Miss deSylva, Abner Silver, Al Dubin, find that the networks adopted
FARLEY FUNERAL:. HOME
mo ist—earlier in the year she Ilellman decided to write a play
Harry Warren, Johnny Green, the role of truth-seeking crusad•
'as acclaimed as the outatand-
"The Children's Hour" Yip Hamburg, Ira Gershwin, Har- era. Such notable productions as
105 CAPITAL, N. E.
it g night life performer by an herself.
PHONE 2.5146
was the admirable result. Re- old Arlen, Ted Kohler, Charles "Immigrants All-Americans All,"
n prejudiced committee of the cently, somewhat in the manner
Tobias and many others. They "The Peoples Platform" "human
ew York cafe society. Then of Elmer Rice, Miss Hellman dis- were the names responsible for Adventure," served as collateral
BATTLE CREEK, 311C11.
S ophie was embroiled in a labor avowed
the theater and play- the big hits of 5699.
to the Bill of Rights by dra-
ion dispute and her popular-
hinting voluntary re-
The Yiddish theater suffered matically and persistently lam-
it y rating was said to have drop- writing,
tirement for her in the offing. losses on all sides. Boris Thomas- basting those "isms" which de-
ed. Nevertheless as this is be- But playwrights aren't to he efsky and Bertha Kalish were fied all that was human and
it g written, word has come that taken
A Happy New Year to All
too seriously. I'm sure removed from their beloved Sec- right. Subversive propaganda
The last of the red hot mamas."
Hellman will contribute hits ond Avenue. For a time, the found no sympathy for expres-
A' she is reverently referred to Miss
to grace the stages and cinema Yiddish stage was dormant. Only sion because it was camouflaged
HUBBARD-DUDLEY CO.
most circles, will have a great-
for many seasons to memorable achievement of the in a false role that had to com-
el and more glorious career to cathedrals
come,
GENERAL INSURANCE
season was Sholem Asch's mand respect and reverence.
ok forward to, the present
Producers
"Three Cities," dramatized and The broadcasters have gone on
bl ight on her fair name not- In Broadway
PHONES 6413 • 2.3324
jargon,
angels
directed
by the renowned Maur- record promising that tolerance
w ithstanding . . . Ethel Merman are men "who back shows, that ice Schwartz
817-18-19 CITY NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
who even played would be amplified but never
TI gistered mightily again this is, who put up the money—not a leading part in
the piece. After alienated in their policy.
BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN
st season. A frivolous musical To paraphrase a familiar adage, a highly profitable run, "Three
As each year flashes by it is
medy piece entitled "Stare In necessarily the producer himself. Cities" went on tour. Both easy to notice that Jewish cul-
our Eyes" added. laurels to the we might say, "Producers rush Schwartz and Ludwig Satz prom- ture and ideas are significant
firmer $20 a week stenos who in where angels fear to tread." Ise revival of the Yiddish branch factors in forming the basic
I Happy New Year to All
Greetings of the Season
ranged her name from Zim- Very few producers rushed back of the profession, this coming American theater. Not only Jews
erman and traded in her short- with the angels' money intact season, with 'self-starring plays. take part but the artistically in
I
HADDOCK
BROS.
eudshoorn's Flowers
and book for a bankbook. In after a tussle with the critics Since Rumahinsky.
GARAGE
Sholem Sec- rlined of all races and creeds.
'
Always Fresh
e coming year she'll blossom and the public with their "prom-
undo was the only Jewish com- That Is why a theater and cul-
i Motors Service
Unted
Member:
a musical by Cole Porter . .
ising"
play
properties.
Among
poser to apply his talents direct- ture flourishes in this country,
Complete, Efficient Electric
Telegraph Delivery Service
e lle Baker, perennial favorite
those, however, whose credit is ly to the Yiddish Art Theater for while you may chase and
Carburetor and Ignition
Telephones:
ho commutes between London still rood on the street are: Sam and receive notation for it. Sec- persecute a people into forms
Shop: 8215 Greenhouse: 3678 Phone 4340 Service 19 Green St.
d New York, still thrills her Harris and Max Gordon. Mr. unda wrote "Bei Mir Bist Du of submission, you can never
diences with a velvety voice Harris and Mr. Gordon were for- Schoen" which swept the
Stone Arcade, 1851 W. Mick.
and discipline art. This
Battle Creek, Mich.
Battle Creek, Mich.
at hasn't changed a shade .. . merly competitors in producing. nation. Secunda hasn't been confine
art, whether it be in song, story
o rma Shearer, enjoying a spas-
they produced "The heard from since. In passing, or expression, is at its best when
rn dic return to the screen every Together
American Way." Individually attention should be called to a it is free . . . and in this democ-
w and then, dazzled the boos they
delivered "Sing Out the song hit that likewise duplicated racy it is at its best.
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
i d girls in "Marie Antoinette".
by Reran Arta Fenton ,
News." and "Fabulous Invalid." "Bei Mir" as a best selling (topyrIght ins tlyntltrato.
o hold the public enraptured Mr. Shumlin, previously referred tune. The song
A. G. PAYETTE
wan "And the
I these years as Norma has to, takes pleasurable pride in the
ne certainly befits the citation success of "The Little Foxes" Angels Sing" and Ziggy Elman,
WHITE ROSE FLOUR
Benny Goodman's trumpeter,
"Great" . . Fannie Brice, for it was he who brought it out. was
BEDFORD, MICH.
RORH HAIMONAII onsaymns
responsible for its adapta-
set by her own tragic private
The Shubert.] were compara- tion from a Yiddish folk mel-
lit e, brought joy into the exist. tively
inactive this year, produc- ody.
ce of others. It seems that ing the very successful "Streets
Sincere Rosh Hashonah Greetings
Radio
99 would have just about been of Paris" and the less successful
Radio spoke for itself during
bearable without "Baby "You Never Know." Gilbert Mil-
the
last
year.
To this medium
E. H. CLARK CO.
100 ROOMS WITH
ooks". Long term contracts wi- er who produced the immortal
PRIVATE BATHS
re us that Miss Brice will "Victoria Regina" has had a and the embryonic Television
W. G. Winn, Mgr.
much
Jewish
talent
is
consigned.
rry on to enjoy the favor the Pleasant experience this season
In the Grill Room We Serve
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS OF RESILIENT FLOORING
Glance over your program list-
blic
has
bestowed
upon
her.
Wine and Liquor, Domestic
on the West Coast with "Ladies ings, if you haven't the time to
RUGS — CARPETS — LINOLEUM
Playrights
and Imported, and Food of
and Gentlemen." by Ben Hecht.
CURTAINS aid DRAPERIES
There aren't many good Play- The play is slated for a fall listen to your radio throughout
Italian and American Dishes
VENETIAN BLINDS — WINDOW SHADES
the
day
and
night.
These
names
him:. The season's play Can- opening on Broadway .
are constantly bobbing up to
PHONE 2.4039
63 E MICHIGAN AVE.
2203 CASS AVE.
lty list will confirm as much
Sam
Harris
transplanted
the
Bank Creek, Mich.
t the too few vastly make UP a distil, of the Austrian Jews in tickle the ears of the nation.
RA. 6268
in quality for lack of quantity. p ure American soil. A company Eddie Cantor, Jack Benny, Al
Jolson, Burns and Allen, George

Earl Jones Lumber 8 Coal Co.

MODERN LAUNDRY CO.

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Rosh Hashonah Greetings!

Greetings from Battle Creek, Mich.

Women's Auxiliary'
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1107 FARMER ST.

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Messenger Co.

409 East Adams Ave.

CAdillac 3240

L. C. ZINK, Mgr.

Paul D. Bromberg, C.P.A.

Joseph B. Cohen, C.P.A.

Rosh Hashanah Greetings

A. Blumenthal

Alice Beauty Salon

11322 Dexter, cor. Collingwood

Strictly High Class Salon

Greetings of the Season

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"SEE WHAT YOU BUY,

Phone TOwnsend 8.0016
(or Appointmnt

BUY IN GLASS"

A Happy New Year to All

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& BAG CO.

671 MULLETT ST.
RAndolph 7250

We wish all our Jewish Friends,
Neighbors and Patrons a
very Joyous Holiday

Dispatch Laundry
and Linen Service

Linen, Uniform and Towel

Service

403.21 WEST LARNED ST.
CHerry 1200

Rosh Hashonah Greetings

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RIVARD BROS.

Super Service Station

524 FREE PRESS BLDG.

13852 VAN DYKE AVE.
PLaza 1070

Ford

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

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PLaza 1250-1

BRODER BROS.

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To the . . .

DETROIT JEWISH
CHRONICLE
Keep Up the Good Work

Ra.• 7131

Greetings of the Season

American
Housewrecking
Co.

GENERAL WRECKING
CONTRACTORS
SLOCUM 5545
6025 E. McNICHOLS ROAD

To the . . .
JEWISH COMMUNITY

A Happy New Year!

General Electric
Sign Co.

2451 GRAND RIVER
RANDOLPH 4456

A Happy New Year to All

A Happy New Year to All

Checker Barbecue

Spar. Ribs and Chickens

Bader Bros.
Bag Co.

SOL BLOOM, Prop.

2919 BRUSH

1339 CLINTON
CAdillac 6941

SINCEREST NEW YEAR GREETINGS!

ADVANCE GLOVE MFG. CO .

1040 W. FORT ST.

RANDOLPH 3444

ROSH IIASIIONAH GREETINGS TO ALL!

FLORENTINE PERFUME
MANUFACTURING CO.

JAMES PARISE, Mgr.

Perfumes, Hair Tonics and Toilet Waters

1479 E. CONGRESS

CHerry 0809

BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Candler Dock & Dredge Co.

R. G. CANDLER

8145 MEDINA

VInewood 2-3384

Best Wishes for a Happy New Year

Superior Systems & Salesbook Co.

. r n P7.

Sale. Book., Manifold Book., InterfcLJ Forma, Fanfold Form.
AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTERS—FORMS FOR ALL
REGISTERS—ONE-TIME CARBON SETS
2539 WOODWARD AVE.
CHERRY 1860.61

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