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Dr. C. D. Spivak returned Wednes day from an eastern visit during which he attended several conventions, in Boston, New York. Montreal and Milwaukee. Mr. Arnold Salzenstein. of Peoria. Ills., is expected next week to join his wife who has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leh man. Mr. George Reuler is in the east for a few weeks stay. Prs. Louis Adelman. Walter T. Min owitz and Frank Silverl>erg were among the dentists who attended the dentists convention at Colorado Springs last week. Mr. Joseph Silversmith left Fri day for a short eastern trip. He at tended a convention at Detroit and went on to New York on business. Dr. Sol Kahn, of Salt I-ake City, is in the eity for a short visit. He met his son. Ralph, who has just graduated from the seliool of Finance of the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Joe Hyman Is the guest of his brother and sister, Mr. uinl Mrs. A. M. Hyman. Mr. D. R. I>evy. of Chicago, reach ed Denver Tuesdny, and joined his wife who lias been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. Mortimer. Master Sam Chern.vk. a talented young violinist, was awarded a gold medal at the Wolcott Conservatory of Music graduation exercises. Dr. Philip Hillkowitz returned Fri day from an eastern trip during which he presided at the seventeenth annual convention of the J. C. R. S. held In Intstou early this month. Sam Hederor. a widely known salesman, died suddenly of heart fail ure, Tuesday. June 21. Mr. Rederer was GO years old and had lived in Colorado for forty years. He is sur vived by a sister. Mrs. W. E. Clay and brother who live in St. Ixmis. Mr. Philip Miller left Sunday for a ten days’ business trip thru the west. Mr. Bernard David, of Stratton, Colo., spent a few days In the eity this week. THE WINDSOR FARM DAIRY. Delivers early and promptly. Pur?j end health giving milks and creams, from healthy cows. Get on our route. Call Main 5186. TORAS YESHIVAS CHAYIM. The Congregation Torus Yesliivas Chayim at l-4tli and Boulevard F. will welcome their former Unhid Herschel Hahinowitz. who is arriving from Ostrov to take charge of the Congre gation, composed of a majority of his old metnlters. Cantor Pried, who is now on his vacation from the Olicb Zadek Hynagog. will officiate. A large numlier of visitors arc expected and services worthy of the occasion are promised them. JUNIOR COUNCIL ATTENTION! The Annnnl Junior Council picnic will be held on Sunday. June 20th. beatl na t ion—Evergreen—t rucks lea ve 10th and Pearl streets at eight a. in. promptly. Please call Minnie Schneid. ermati. York 7680-R. and let her know that you nre coming. THE COLONNADE. A regular meeting of the Colonnade club was held at the Adams hotel. Sunday. June 10. An election of of ficers for the ensuing term was held nml the following were elected: S. .T. Frnzin, president; David Cook, vice president : J. Olde. recording secre tary : Phillip Rossman, corresponding secretary: I. Mellman. treasurer; I. J. Laff. publicity manager. The organization voted to adjourn for the months of July and August, but this will in no way hinder the lilans of the entertainment irommittee which is arranging for an affair, to take place in the near future. The en tertainment committee is also plan ning on some extraordinary features for the organization's reunion in Hep tom her. —I. J. L. RARE COINS FIND WAY TO CINCINNATI Homo very rare coins of ancient Judea have come to this country ami are now in the possession of Mor decal Lipkin, of Cincinnati. They were sent to him by his father, an antique dealer of Jerusalem. They date from the period 20-70 B. C., most of them being coined to commem orate the freeing of Jerusalem from the yoke of Home. The coins were excavated in Bittir a village ten miles from Jerusalem. They are well preserved, permitting the inscriptions and insignia to Ik* easily read. Mr. J. Grad has been appointed by the City Commission of Newark, X. J., to erect the new city market on which the municipality is to spend £3,000,000. Mr. Grad is a young man who has been in the country but 18 years. BLUMENTHAL'S WORK IN CALIFORNIA. Mr. Win. R. Blmnenthal, former instructor in economics anil vocational counselor at East Denver High School* is now in California ns executive sec retary of the Jewish Committee for Personnl service in the State Insti tutions of California. California’s Jewish population, ac cording to Mr. Blumenthal’s survey and first report, is a hone three and one-half per cent of the entire popula tion, and the Jewish inmates in the various hospitals, homes and re formatory institutions falls below that limit, excepting in the Sonoma Home for the Feeble-Minded, where it is slightly nlmve that percentage. This makes a total number of . r »00 Jewish inmates in the various state institutions. The hospital cases especially. Mr. Rlumenthnl finds, are those for whom this committee can at present be of the greatest service. This work, begun by the California Jewish committee for Personal Serv ice in State Institutions, has receiv ed a most cordial welcome from all the officials and their assistants in the institutions. They are pleased to have the co-operation of the Jewish people in dealing with the Jewish in mates. » The personal association towards rehabilitation and the reconstruction of life which they will now receive will Ik* similar to that which is offer, eil by other denominations to the people of their faith. INDIES’ AUXILIARY OF B. M. H. TO HAVE PICNIC AND REUNION Tjist call for tln> picnic to lie Riven h.v the laities of the Beth Ho Medrnsh iioßoilnl at Elltch Oonlen on June oflth. Lunches will Is' nerved, t’onie anil bring your family. Tickets can Is* procured from the luilies. or by phoning the rliuimuin of the picnic committee. Mrs. Mar Kroveti, York SOT.’i-J. LAVING OF BETH ISRAEL CORNERSTONE POSTPONED TO JULY 10. The laying of the cornerstone of the new building nt tlie Beth Israel Hos pital and Home has »>een postponed from June 2d to July 10. BESSIE I. RUDE COMMUNITY CENTER NOTES. The following meeting* were held and scheduled at tlie Bvssle I. Kude Community Center. June 20—A. A. C.—B. M. H. ltld. Com. —Sion lan. June 21—C. A. C. —K. K. K. I*. A. F. Girls —Owl—Boy Scouts. June 23—S. IT. N. June 27—A. A. C.—Slonlnn. Juno 28 —Boy Scouts —C. A. C.— Owl. June 29—Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Ex-Patients. June 30—S. U. N. TEMPLE EMANUEL ALUMNI TO MEET. The Temple Kinanuel Alumni Asso. cintion will hold the regular business meeting on Sunday afternoon. June 20th. at 3 p. in., in the vestry rooms of the Temple. All memliera are urg. <tl to attend to help in the election of officers and hear rei>orts of the past year’s work. Other important busi ness will come up before the meeting. CHILDREN AT NATIONAL HOSPITAL TO HAVE PICNIC. The* children at the National Jew ish Hospital for Consumptives will enjoy a picnic at Lakeside, Thursday. Automobiles to convey tlie little folks to and from the park will he furnish ed by friends of the institution in terested in the children. SCROLL OF THE LAW TO BE DEDICATED AT OHEB SHOLEM CONGREGATION. Congregation Oheb Sholem, 3100 W. Colfax Ave.. will celebrate the dedi cation of a New Scroll of the Law on Sunday. June 20. This new Sepher Torah is a gift to .the congregation by L. Robinson. M. Ginsberg and Mrs M. Leavitt. The ceremony will occur at sp. m. Rabbi A. Braude, rabbi of the congregation, will deliver the ad dress. Refreshments will Ik* served after the services. SHERITH ISRAEL LADIES' AUXILIARY TO MEET. The La cl i os’ Auxiliary of Shearith Israel will meet Wednesday, June 20 at the s.vnagog. All members are urg ed to attend. The Lawn party ami picnic given last week were very sue cessful. The president, Mrs. M. Gru lien takes this means of expressing her appreciation of the work and co operation of the ladies who helped make it a success. Marcus Rosenthal, one of the oldest and best known attorneys of Kan Francisco, died last month. He was a past grand president *»f District Grand Lodge No. 4 of the B’nai B’rith and was widely recognized as a man of culture and high character. He was a brother of the late Toby Rosen thal, famous painter. Clubs OPTIMISTS. A mooting of tho Optimists was held last Thursday at the home of Miss Anna Susman. Pinas were out lined for an outing which will take place sometime* in .Tuiy. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Sadie Malbin, 2858 W. Colfax, .Tune 20th. Election of officers. —A. W. YOUNG JUDEA. On June 20th. Young Judea will moot in their club rooms for a spe cial meiding. Plans for the coming season will l*e discussed. Initiation of candidates will also take place. Every memlier is requested to l>e pres ent. STAGGER BOYS CLUB. A regular mooting of the Staggers was held June 10 at the home of our president, Mr. Groonblatt. The ex temporaneous debate was won by tho first team which defended the af firmative of the question, “Resolved, That the open shop is justifiable." (The Staggers won the scheduled Sion- Ian game by forfeit. Our next regular meeting will be held at "Mr. Skull’s home, June 2*1 rd. —H. M. L. U. S. A. GIRLS. A regular meeting of the I\ S. A. Girls was held at the home of Rose Feinberg, Tuesday evening. June 14. 1921. This was an unusually interesting meeting, because an outline of the activities for the coming season was made. An affair is Iteing planned for the latter part of the summer: final arrangements have not l*een made yet. so watch these columns for further announcements. A very liberal donation wus made by the 1*. S. A. Girls towards the re lief of the Pueblo Flood Sufferers last week. After the meeting adjourned, social hour was enjoyed by all the girls. The next regular meeting will be held Tuesday evening June 2Sth. at the home of Ann Bronstein. STAGGER BOYS, JUNIORS. The Stagger Boys. Juniors met at rite home of Sain Fingernmn. Sundn.x June 10. Many important issues were dis owned. among which was the election of officers, which is to l*e next week. We nre going to have an important event soon. Watyfi for It.—S. F. THE SIONL%N CLUB. The Sionian club held a very inter esting meeting Monday evening. The coming hayrack was discussed with much enthusiasm. Preliminary prep arations have l*cen made .by the com mittee which is working very hard to make this affair the biggest and best of the season. Mr. Goldl>erg. presi dent of the orgaui/aition, delivered a short speech on “Construct!venous.” Next week Mr. Morris will speak on an interesting subject. On Sunday evening, June 19. Mr. Silverman a member of the Sionian club was married to Miss Anna Fine silver at the Adams hotel. Tho club attended in a body and had a very en joyable time. —I. E. E. COLUMBINE CLUB. A very enjoyable meeting of the Columbine club was held June 5. at the home of Dorothy Ztuik. Important business was discussed.— S. P. NAIR TOMID CLUB DRUBS STAGGER*. The Xair Tomid club handed the unbeatable Stagger Boys' club a drub bing to the tune of 8 to 4. The game was marked with intense excitement. The Nalr Tomid club has met with much success in the athletic branch, and wishes to hear from teams desir ing competition.—X. T. “BIG FOUR" LEAGUE. Club W. L. Pet. B’s .. n 2 .714 .T. P. .1 4 .1 .1*71 In vine! hies 3 4 .429 Hebrew Chums 2 5 .208 B. B. B. A regular meeting of the B. B. B. club was held Monday evening. June 20. After a short business meeting the club enjoyed a program in which various members of the club partici pated. Meetings in the summer time, will l*e held semi-monthly instead of weekly. After a lengthy discussion it was finally decided that hereafter the name of the club shall be B’s instead of B. B, B. Our indoor team has taken three more scalps by defeating the Hebrew Chums. Invincibles and J. P. J.’s by the scores of 15-7. 8-1. 8-7.—M. II. II. A. A. C. The A. A. C. extend their sympathy to Mr. Phil Bert and wish him a speedy recovers’ from his accident. At the last meeting of the club in teresting speeches were given by Max Ginsburg and Leonard Levin. THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS Rabbi Feldman Exhorts Confirmants ELOQUENT CHARGE TO YOUNG PEOPLE TO BE TRUE TO JUDA ISM. In Ills discourse to the members of the Kencseth Israel confirmation class at Philadelphia. Rabbi Abraham .7. Feldman made the following eloquent plea to the boys ami girls to “be •lews!” "I charge you of the Jewish youth— Re Jews! I ehnrge you in this way because there are those who would ask. and do ask: ‘Why continue to be Jews?’ Re Jew* I say to you, to you who nre in tlie full bloom of your youth, 'n the vigor of your develop ing young manhood, in tne refreshing sweetness of your maidenhood, to you who are about to step out into the world pledged to bear the name “Jew" honorably, not only, but more -especial ly to defend the name. Re Jews, I charge you, my pupils, because 1 know of tin* negative forces at work in Israel and without, fon-es that will binder you, forces that will disheart en you, forces that will threaten you. that will embitter your lives, that will put gall and wormwood into the cup of joy and happiness out of which you are entitled to bring the waters of life full and undistu.bed. 1 bid you. Re Jews! just because there are those, within and without Jewish life, who shamelessly and shamefully would have you give up your identity, would have you hide the name Jew, would have you deny and renounce twenty five centuries, of Jewish history (as distinguished from Hebrew and Is raelitisli history), would nave you Is* ashamed of the name under which and for which your fathers and mine suf fered and served, ascended the stake and the gallows rather than stoop to release and salvation thru renuncia tion ! I bid you at this time of solemn resolution and youthful determination, to lie Jews, today, and on the morrow, and on the days and years that will follow these, licenuse 1 know of that softness of heart, of that weakness which oft comes at the heels of spirit ual oppression and physical persecu tion. Be Jews. 1 lag of you. come what may! “For the brightly luminous pages of Jewish history there certainly is i»n cause to blush or how the head in shumc. And for the dark and gloomy pages there is abundant reason for pride, for even those are greatly in spiring. The history of the Jew is a history of service and mart ye bun for an Ideal, and jo claim Jewish descent is to proclaim not only a physical fuct. but to lie heir to a great spiritual heritage. Think licit of yourselves as the* descendants of a horde of slaves in Egypt, hut rather as the descend ants of men enslaved who struck for freedom and who wrote upon Free dom's •hanner by them unfurled the word “Service” —“Send forth My l*e°- pje.” was the demand, licit only that they might servo Geid and humanity! “Think not of yourselves as the de- Kcemlonts of a people that has at dif ferent periods of its history forsaken the God of the fathers and has given itself to the service of Raul on the* high places and Ashterali in the val leys: think of yourselves rather as the descendants of a people which ever* in sin and idolatry had the vi tality to produce Elijah, tls* prophet of uncompromising Truth, the hitter foe of Falsehood. tli« prophet of con scious honesty and clarity of vision, la* who proclaimed : “How long halt ye between two opinions? If the !,ord be God. follow Him. lint if Baal, follow him.’ Think not of yourselves as the de scendants of n defeated people led captive to Raliylon. Think of your selves as the* followers of those who In captivity evisloned the dawn of an ora cif universal brotherhood, conceiv ed of God as the Father of all. and proclaimed tin* eternal principle of holiness, of holiness thru service. “Think not of yourselves as the off spring of a jceople which in the genesis of its history was a warrior people*. Think of yourselves as the heirs of the* prophet of your people* who dreamed of the day when swords will !m* beaten into plowshares. and when nations will learn war no more. “Think not of your people merely ns tin* prey of Antioclius the Syrian, Mid of Titus, the Roman: rather think of Judah, the* Maccabliee. cour ageous defender and liberator, and of Ren Zakkai. Hie unassuming student who in replacing sacrifice with pray er. and hierarchy with scholarship has saved the soul and spirit of the conquered Jew from the crushing heel of conquering Rome. “Think not merely of the gloom and darkness of the Middle Ages: think also of the fact that during that ter rible* darkness the flume* of Faith and learning and hope* was Kept* brightly burning in and thru the Jewish home. “Think not of yourselves as the chil dren of refugees from the terror of Inquisitions and the niglitmaie of modern anti-Semitism, for you nre in deeel. the children of men and women whose thirst fen* Freedom oppression could not quench, whose love of lib erty no power of darkness or despot- Ism could destroy, whose passion for .Justice no Injustice could subdue, whose ideal of service neither king nor priest, no power on earth or of nether-world could annihilate. The heirs of Abralmm. the idol breaker, and of Moses, the world's supreme leg islator, the heirs of Isaiuh, whose vis ion Is destined to conquer the world, the heirs of Akiba. fearless challenger of tyranny, the heir of prophets, sages and seers, the heirs of countless gen erations of Martyrs for an ideal— YOU ARE JEWS, and ns Jews yon are now charged with the tremendous responsibility of becoming the torch boa rers of Justice, the servantts of 'Righteousness, ambassadors of Clod's Truth, emissaries of enlightenment, plenipotentiaries of the highest moral ity. of the loftiest idealism! And on j this day, before (lod and liefore Ills •people, in tlie presence of them whose love for you passeth understanding, whose hearts and hopes, whose pray ers and tears, whose faith triumphant o’er fears are all with you. in the presence of your devoted fathers ami loving mothers, in this house of Clod and lieforc this Holy Ark. I charge you solemnly and sacredly —HE JEWS! BE JEWS!” BRANDEIS CONFERS WITH RESIGNED ZIONIST LEADERS. Plans For New Work In Palestine Considered. (J C. B. Serrlc*.) New York—The committee wide); was appointed by the Minority group in Cleveland, to confer with Mr. Jus tice Braudels, former Honorary Presi dent of the Zionist Organization of America, following the action of the Zionist Convention in refusing to give a vote of confidence to Judge Mack and his administration, met at Aeo lian Hall today, Friday. After hear ing the views expressed by Justice Brundeis ami others including Judge Mack, it was agreed that so far as the attitude of tills group and its sympathizers toward the present ad ministration is con<*erned. there shall be no active antagonism. It is not I lie intention of tills group to with draw from tile Zionist Organization of America, or to set itself up as the political opponents of the present ad ministration. but declining to assume any responsibility in coiunK*tion with its policies. In pursuit of tills policy it was ngreed that none of till* group could a«*cept election as delegates to | the forthcoming Zionist Congress. It was decided to appoint a com mittee which, among other tilings, would propose* some definite concrete pieces of work In Palestine which would not lie in conflict with the work which is now being undertaken by the Zionist Commission. There was a great deal of enthusiasm for Justice Braudels’ suggestion that it might lie found practical to launch a wholesale cooperative enterprise in Palestine. Several suggestions ns to wlmt tli° work of the group should Ih\ were of fered. It was a greed that all definite plans Ik* left to a committee which is to prescut these plans at the Mass Conference of this group and its sympathizers which is to in* held eith er in Pittsburgh or Buffalo. July 3rd and -4th. A committee was appointed which will din ft a statement in sev eral languages, to lie presented to all the delegates at the Zionist Congress. Another committee was appointed to work out the conditions of represen tation or attendance at the Mass Conference. Other questions taken up included that of the relation to Zionist districts, particularly on the part of those of the minority who are officers of districts. 1500 CHALUZIM WILL ENTER PALESTINE. (Jewlmli Telegraphic Agency) London —Tin* Colonial Office An nounces that 1.500 Jewish Immigrants actually en route to Palestine will Ik* 'permitted to enter the country despite the temporary stoppage of Immigra tion. SIR BERNARD OPPENHEIM DEAD London —Sir Bernard Oppenheim. n leading figure in the diamond indus try or Europe, died here nt the age of 55. f ■'l to ] A. Bergman’s Kosher Delicatessen (Ve hnndle the l»est Kosher Sausage, C'ombeef, Poet rami and Salami in Denver Let us fill your Picnic Basket Country Orders Solicited Holland Schmalz Herring 922 Eighteenth Street Phone Main 4110 . 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""■■ i » ' LOUIS COOK ; : FORMERLY WITH BEN COOK Plumbing and Heating ;j - J We’ll Save You Money • 1 * < | tiive Us a Trial— Jobbing Promptly Attended To ! | ; > Main 6083 Res. 1446 Raleigh ; I ‘ Phoenix Silk Stockings $l.lO $1.45 $1.95 For Ladies i * A CAMISOLES In an excellent I NIGHT GOWNS AND TEIJDYS. grade and guaranteed wushuhle. I Develop'd In excellent grade of silk Holding satin in lovely assortment I in tailored designs, iiemsticlied or of iittruetive styles. Values up to I neatly trimmed with fine laceH. s3.r*o. Specially* priced QC I Values up to $«5.75. QC at | Specially priced al V**«»J*J Between California and Welton —wr Gentleman of Intelligence A widower, about 40, with some mount*. possessing good business pro fession, would like to hoar from young lady of respectable Jewish fam ily, about 22 to 35 ; a widow of same ago is not objectionable; must have some moans and must possess the fol lowing qualifications: 1. Good character. 2. Good nature. 3. Accomplished in music. 4. 5 ft. 4 to <» inches, and 130 to 145 lbs. 5. Good looking. 1 <5. Good housekeeper. 7. Shall have black or brown hair, blue or black eyes. Others need not answer; the one who will answer will find out more in a letter. Address Box No. 25 Jew ish News. Manny Strauss, business consultant and financial adviser to many nation ally known organizations, has become associated with Hirsch Lillienthal & Go., brokers, of New York City. Mr. Strauss has l>eon one of the outstand ing fignr««is in recent years in pa triotic and humanitarian work in this country. Want Advertisements WANTED—MiddIe aged Jewish wom en to help with light housework; one that wants good home, more than wages. Apply SKH) Adams. York 0304. FOR RENT—I or 2 rooms furnished with board if desired. York 85.3-J. 2311 Franklin. ROOM AND BOARD—Refined, heal thy. Jewish young man desires first class room and hoard in modern home, northsidc. Employed. References. Boarding houses do not answer. Box Y. 27, Jewish News. FOR SALE—Seven room brick house with garage and part of furniture; $2,200 cash; real bargain. Inquire Jewish News, 1328 Lawrence St. tf GOOD board and room. $3 per day; Jewish cooking. Ida Rungen, Muni tou, Colo. 137 Kqxton Ave. In rear. FOR RENT—A nice furnished room ; gentleman preferred. York 1707-W. FOR RENT—Furnished room, private family. 1810 Marion, very reason able. Champa 3031 or inquire 184.3 Welton.