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Jewish People of Denver Here is something to think about: Do you realize what your contributions to the Federated Charities is doing for our own people ? During the past year 1941 individuals received aid thru the CENTRAL JEWISH AID SOCIETY alone. —and this is but one branch of the Federated Charities —but these are our people helped with your dollars ! This is going to be a hard winter for Denver’s poor and you are going to hear of many pitiful cases of misery and want Some of these may be right in your own neigh borhood or among the families of your own employees What are you going to do? Try to take all these cases on your own shoulders and provide what ever may be necessary out of your own pocket? Or do you want to be able to telephone the Feder ated Charities and turn the matter over to them ? This is a time for action-think this over with yourself and decide on how much you are wil ling to give to this noble work It’s the easiest way to help — It’s the only way. Then when you are enjoying the comforts of your own home you have that pleasant feeling that you are doing YOUR share Suppose nobody cared? Federated C harities 251 Coronado Building, 15th and Stout Telephone Main 370 THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS Jewish Leaders Stirred to Action By Bogen’s Report Dr. Boris D. Bcgcti. general director of the Jewish Joint Distribution Com mittee in New York, stirred to action the recent conference of leading Jews from all parts of the United States in Chicago by his word picture of the sufferings of the Jewidi refugees in Poland and other countries of Eastern Europe. After listening to his report and those of other workers, the Amer ican Jewish Relief Committee sent out an apneal for $14,000,000 to continue the relief work in Europe to which thev have already contributed $47,000.- 000. Dr. Bogcn has spent much time in Europe serving as regional director in Poland for the Joint Distribution Committee which disburses the money raised by the American Jewish Relief Committee and its associated fund raising organizations. The appeal for further funds made by the Jewish American Relief Com mittee is to be directed by David A. Brown of Detroit from the committee’s headquarters at 103 Park Avenue. Xew York. Louis Marshall is chairman of the committee, and its members include Jews of such prominence a> Julius Rosenwald of Chicago, Felix Warburg of Xew York, Jacob D. Lit and Jules E. Mastbaum of Philadelphia, Dr. Emil Hirsch of Chicago, Nathan Straus of New York, Aaron Waldheim of St. Louis, Louis Kirstein of Boston, and others. LITHUANIAN GOVERNMENT AGREES TO PASS JEWISH REFUGEES EN ROUTE TO AMERICA ( Conditioi:* to l>e Made Kastrr for 1 1 Stifl'ere rs. I (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) Kovno TliV Lithuanian goverinnn.t has signed an agreeiuenr with M.e Central Jewish Kniigrat ion committee of Kuropc hy which Jewish refugees from Soviet Russia ami tin* rkraino will he permitted to pass thru Lith uania «»ii their way to Baltic ports trout which they will emhark to tin ir new homes. these being in most eases Canada. I nitial States, Bruz.il and Ar : gent inn.. The Litliuauiau government a a fees not only to permit the transit: ; of the refugees, but likewise their so ! jotirn in the country for a limited pe riod in case conditions make that ! necessary. The Jewish organization is prepared to spcml several million rallies for tin* enre of tin* travellers during their stay. The agreement was signed hy Ship itis. Minister of lutcrmU Alt'airs. l>r. Soloweejlk. Minister for Jewish Af fairs. and Merkis. Minister of War. on liehalf of the <e" eminent, and l)r Ivreinin. Unhid Kovalsky of New Vora. Dr. Kiei and M. (t laser of l’aris. on f liehalf of the Emigration commit tc--. Interviewed. (tenoral I’nritskis. Lithuunian Minister of Foreign Af fairs. said. *'l am overjoyed tine the (fovernmeut of Lithuania i> aMe to cooperate in an activity which miiies tin* whole civilized world." Negotiations arc now in ,n-egre-s At, a similar agreement with the govern- 1 iuctn of Latvia. I The American Soldiers in France Residents of I>envrr will see their’, own sons t brothers, or fathers, in the picture “Powder River." an actual re product ion of the World War. showing rl e following Divisions in action:' '.list, NJUh, 4ihul» •'l-ml, lind, ami Ist Divisions. The pi eh l res were taken by the Sig nal Corps, I', S. Army, ami will I>*' shown miller the auspices of the vet eran' ol Foreign "ars at the Audi Cottrell’s THANKSGIVING OPPORTUNITIES ~^===s —^ at coi y® less °f ten than lp£8p-iOT9p| —at which even our Pilgrim | I >* forefathers, with their long 1 $ 3 /[ 50 Opportunity No. 1 Opportunity No. 2 Opportunity No. 3 2 Pant Suits All-wool Suits Overcoats Prevent orphan coat.s. . _ " Your chance to Ret An extra pressed pair Heavy weight blue YOUR kind of winter always m the closet. series that wear “for- We’ve just received by ever.” The man in a express two-pant suits, blue serge is always ternelds, form-fitting or made for hard wear. suitably and economic- ulsterette—at a real op- Gray tweeds and shep- ally dressed. portunity price. You'll herd plaids, brown Other business suits in need one Thanksgiving checks and heather mix- grays, browns, greens day, and it’s a long time tures. and mixtures. until spring. 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