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Colorado Herald, Sunday December 12, 192 U.
A. A. C.
Are you going to our dunce tonight? i
j.jist «'4i 11 for our wonderful "l*nrndise I
J>jinee" Deceinl>er .*lO. 1020. at the Al
bany hotel. Don’t miss it. Best hall
in the city and Morrison’s wonderful
jazz eight piece orchestra. Paradise
where ever you turn. Again—Don't j
miss “Paradise” this year.
An A. A. C. meeting was held at
tin* Community Center Sunday. De
cember 2(5. and plans for our dance
are all settled. All attending will have
the time of their lives.—P. .1.
o. w. i.
Some hoys were wise enough to be- t
come O. W. L.’s. Altho this club was
organized only a short time ago with
a few members, it l>ns now increased |
until its membership quota is nearly j
lull. If you are sixteen years of age
or over and wish to join semi your np-1
ulication to H. Zellnkoff, 2.V.1 Cherry ]
At a meeting of the Colonnade at
the Adams on Sunday afternoon, IK
cembci; 20th it was decided to limit
the sule of tickets for the coming
dance so ns not to crowd the hall.
The dance committee reported sur
prises for this dance. Mr. Max Judd
who was away for a year was wel
comed hack. Mr. M.ver Myerson drop
ped in for a short time on his return
fiom Cliugwater, Wyo.. and left for
another state the same evening. 11.
M. Kaufman delivered an interesting
talk on behalf of tlie Anti-Defamatiou
L*ague of the IVnai B'rltli. Mr. Kauf
man and Mr. M. Wamlel have been
requested to speak to every social or.
ganizution on lielialf of the Anti-De
.'suiation League. Mr. Morris Silver
gave a descriptive lecture on "Hub
bor” which was very instructive. Elec
rton of officers will Ik* held at our next .
aioeting.—S. J. F,
The last meeting of the Optimists
was held at the home of Miss May
I. The following program was
rendered: A dance solo by Miss Bea
trice Lifshitz. A talk by Mr. Harry
Kaufman on the work of the Anti-
Defamation League and “School Life
in the Country School” by Miss Sara
The next meeting will in* held Thurs
d i.v evening. January Oth, at the home
of Mrs. L. I. Uossmun. !>ls East 24th
IOTA GAMMA KAPPA.
The lota (lamma Kappas lield a
special meeting Thursday evening. De
cember 2.*1, 1020 at the liome of Miss
Susoii. Very importaut business was
discussed. Miss Ethel ltossiAuit was
taken in the club as a new member.
Tlie meeting closed with a pleasant
social hour and refreshments.
Saturday. December 23, the club
gave a theatre party at the Broad
Flag day, December 20, was a great
success. The girls collected $33. —J. F
A very interesting meeting of the
Columbine club was held at tlie home
of Sylvia Shapiro, Sunday, Decernin'"
19th. Tlie following were ad
mitted as members: Bessie Garden*
swurtz, Sarah Seiver and Goldie
Walk. Tlie next meeting will, Ik* held
at tlie home of Goldie Walk—D. /.
D. 11. I. GIRLS.
Tlie biggest dance of the season, the
jazziest and most expensive, will be
given by the D. H. I. girls soon. Pro
gress club lias been selected for the
affair. The best music available will
start tlie dancers. Watch for the I).
11. I. girls announcemenc. —lt. It.
STAGGER BOYS* JUNIOR.
Tlu* Stagger Boys’ Juniors at their
meeting December 10. presented a de
bate on “Education.” The affirmative
side was taken by Graham Siisiuan.
Isadora Golinsky. Joe Wallacli; the
negative by Abe Scliiff, Abe White
and Jake Falliek. Tlie judges de
cided in favor of the affirmative.
Our club is rapidly growing and a
membership limit lias been set. Any
Jewish boy between 13 and IS, who
wishes to join must send their appli
cation to See. Jake Falliek, 1421
Hazel Ct. lie fore Jan. 13 1021.—G. S.
Y. M. AM TV. \V. 11. A.
Tlie Y. M. and Y. W. 11. A. are now
in tlie midst of nil intensive member
ship campaign to enlarge and bring
into closer association more of tlie
young Jewish people of Denver.
The program committee composed
of an active and energetic quartet, ar
ranged "the Mixer" which was such a
success last week and are making prep
arations for the next affair to he
Tlie last regular meeting of this or
ganization was held at tlie community
Center on Sunday afternoon. Dee. 2(*tn
and from present indications more com.
eodious quarters will soon he neces
sary.—B. L. P.
AGUDOH EVRIS SOCIETY FORMED
At a mooting hold Saturday eve
ning. DwH'iabor 2-”*. at tin l office of
Dr. A. M. lilumberg. tin* loading Ho-
of Denver organiztMl a Hebrew
society onllod Agmh’h Kvris. Its pur
pose is to promote the revival of tlio
Hebrew language in Denver nmf
tbruout Jewry, first, by opening ami
supporting schools and courses for the
study of Hebrew as a living language,
and second to join tin* Histadrus
Kvris, tin* National Hebrew organiza
tion of America.
The following temporary officers
were elected :
Dr. O. M. lllumberg. president: Mr.
.1. Marcus, vice-president; Mr. 11.
Supozuik. treasurer: Mr. M. S. Slireib.
er. secretary. The famous Hebrew
poet. M. M. Dolitzki was elected hon
orary president and Messrs. \V. U.
Bluuieuthnl, 11. Faliek. J. Maimen.
I’ll, itngooiand and Miss U. Kaplan
mem I km's of the executive committee.
The meeting was conducted in tin*
Hebrew language. It was decided to
/mid the next meeting. Saturday. Jan
uary Bth at the office of Dr. liluiy
berg. 3130 West 'Colfax a venue.
Everyone who can speak or under
stand Hebrew is welcome. —M. S'. S.
Young Judaea bold a very success
ill 1 meeting Wednesday. Dec. 22. Over
TO members were present. Mr. Butch
er spoke on tlie Jewish Woman nml
ber influence. Wednesday the sth of
January the club will hold an open
meeting at which Mr. Win. It. IJlmuen.
11ml. will speak on Israel Zaugwill and
FI is Works.
THE SIGMA ALPHA PHI GIRLS.
A regular meeting of the Sigma
Alpha Phi Girls was held at the home
of Mis s Golinsfcy. Importaut plan*
were discussed. The next meeting will
he held at the home of Miss Kalleh.
Miss Lillian Kayfnmn will he initiated
at the next meeting.—S. I. NY.
B. M. H. JUNIOR CONGREGATION
The open meeting of the It. M. II
.luuior Congregation held a couple :»f
weeks ago was a success. Our next
meeting will be held Sunday afternoon,
.lanuary 2. ut the Community Center,
ldth and York street at 2 :.*M> p. m.
sharp. All memliers and applicants
are requested to Is* present.—L S*. M.
At a regular-meeting of the Para
mount club, held at the home of Max
Cohen. 3030 W. l(*th avenue. Dee. 20,
election of officers was held ami the
following members were elected: Wui.
A Iter man, president; Lewis llobinson,
vice-president: Wrn. Goldberg, secre
tary and Abe Kller. treasurer. All cor
respondence should be mailed liere
nfter to the secretary at 3501 West
Colfax avenue. —W. G.
At the lust meetiug of the Vireo
club plans for soclul affairs in the
near future were discussed. The
uii'eting was held at the home of Je
rome Hellerstelu, 1308 Cook street. —
J. A. H.
HADASSAH SEWING CIRCLE TO
Mrs. I. J. Kolinsky, chairman of the
Sewing Circle of Palestinian Medical
Unit, wishes to announce that a meet
ing was held at Mrs. A. Willen’s home
Tuesday, December 28. The Sewing
Circle of lladdassah Ims decided to
give a miscellaneous shower for the
Palestinian Medical unit and hospitals.
The affair will occur January IS.
Committees are in charge. Please keep
the date open. The place will he an
nounced in the next issue of the Jew
“T'WAS THE SIONIAN CLUB.”
Miss Gladys Grousmnun won the*
host and biggest box of marcheno
chocolates obtainable at Bauer’s, for
just guessing the following query:
That a top-notch club, the Sicilian
club, would give the best dance of
the season at the best hall in town.
Progress club, and the best and jaz
ziest of jazz orchestras, Burton’s Fa
mous Six. presiding. .And its the l»est
dance of the season “A Valentine
All are invited to attend an open
meeting, which will take place Janu
ary 3, 1021, Monday evening at i>
o’clock, at the oCniumuity Center,
and hear a worth while talk by As
sistant Attorney General John Fine,
mi Industrial Relations. Be there and
bring your friends. —B. A. H.
JUNIOR COUNCIL ACTIVITIES.
The next meeting of the Junior
Council will be held in the Vestry
rooms of Temple Emanuel January 11,
\ lliliO p. in.
Miss Clara Until Mozzer will speak
on • Modern Jewish Literature." Ruby
Widens will give a piano solo anil Iav
norc Longer will reuil a review of
Chapters da. 30 and 31 of Proverbs.
All the girls are supposed to have
read these three chapters. Refresh
ments will be served after the pro
AUXILIARY OF SHEARITH
A very successful tea was given by j
Ladies’ Auxiliary of Shearith Israel j
Synugog. at lOtli and Lawrence streets.!
Tuesday, December 28. The organize- j
lion greatly appreciated the efforts of ]
the hostesses, who made the Tea so 1
enjoyable. The hostesses were: Mes- j
dames .1. Snye, D. Itubcnstein, .1. Husk
in. M. Hosko, A. Safferstein.
Thru an error, the names of a few
of the workers on the entertainment ;
committee at the affair, given by the
Congregation and Auxiliary a few I
weeks ago were omitted from the re
port given in the Jewish News. The
names were Mesdames I. Friedman, J.
Davis, I. Mir. I. Sadis, It. Epstein.
The religious school conducted by
the Council of Jewish Women in tills
synagog is meeting a long-felt want,
i’u rents of children in this vicinity are
urged to send them to this school, un
less they are affiliated with seme
JUNIOR MIZRACHI OF WEST COLFAX.
Tlie Junior Mizrachi of West Col
fax held its regular meeting on Sun
day, Dec. li>, 11)20. l)r. Kuuvar gave
a splendid talk about the Mizrachi
work for Palestine. The club has vol.
unteered to help on the National Fund
The Junior Mizrachi announces
that it has arranged to have prom
inent men to lecture every Friday
night at 7 p. m. to the young folks
j.t the Old Talmud Torali. Every
body is cordially invited to attend.
The next meeting will be held on
Sunday, January 2. 1021 at 7 p. in., at
the home of Z. Cliamey, 1585 Grove
Council Junior Juniors.
All pills between the apes of 12 ami
34 watch for announcement of next
meeting of Junior Juniors.
Junior Council Second Annual January
The second annual January Junior
Council dance will he given at the Al
bany. January 27, 1021. (Iralmil's or
chestra. (let your ticket. Make your
B. M. H. ALUMNI.
The Alumni Association of the IV
M. 11. Religious school will hold a
special meeting Sunday, January Otli
2:30 p. in. at the Adams hotel hall
Business of great importance will
he I nought up. The maimer hi which
the syuagog paper “The B. M. H. Re
view” is to he financed will he dis
cussed. Important announcements
concerning the Alumni drive will Ik*
In addition to this a splendid pro
gram has been arranged and the
Alumni will feature its regular in
formal dancing period after adjourn
YOUNG JUDEANS WILL COOPERATE
WITH ZIONIST ORGANIZATION.
<J. C. B. Service.)
Philadelphia—Close to two hundred
delegates attended the Young .Judean
Convention held here during last Sat
urday night and Sunday. Reorgani
zation was the chief problem before
the convention since the Young Ju
deans were, by the decision of the last
Buffalo convention, no longer to re
ceive any support from the Zionist Or
ganization. The present annual re
quirements of tin* National organiza
tion of the Young Judeans was esti
mated at about .sf>o.ooo. and it was
chiefly left to the new executive to de
cide upon the best means of obtaining
ibis amount. The burning question of
the convention was whether or not
the Young Judeans should remain af
filiated with the Zionist Organization
of America, and it was the final de
cision of the delegates not to separate
from the Organization. M.r. Emanuel
Newman presided while those who
toon a leading part hi the deliber
ations of the convention included
Kabhl Feldman, president of the local
Young Judean club; Rev. S. Friedman,
I)r. George H. Cohen of Hartford,
Conn., and I)r. H. Osherowitz of Jer
sey City. Greetings were received
from Justice Louis I). Braudels, Judge
Mack. Miss Lottie Lcvlson, president
of the Hadassah. Mr. Peter Schweitzer
and Mr. Jacob De Ilaas. Judge Julian
W. Mack was elected honorary presi
dent. Rabbi Jacob Cohen president.
David Slineeberg and Mrs. Bernard A.
POLAND TO COURT-MARTIAL GENERAL
Danzig.—The Polish government has
decided to court-martial General Bal
ulcliowitch and will in the meantime
confine him in the fortress of Brest,
according to a Warsaw dispatch just
iceelved. The Polish authorities are
taking tlds step as a result of the po
groms committed by his soldiers, shock
ing details of which rare still being
reported, and the government appar
ently being satisfied of Ids responsi
bility in the matter.
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insist upon the best “Goldstein’s Bread”
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The Valentine Novelty Dance |
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SIONIAN CLUB I
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dear unto thee as tliine own.—Tail-
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