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“DOES IT PAY YOU TO RENT”
I] . \v. ~ 7 Let 11s show some of the prettiest double homes in tin* City, which we have built. Let one side pay for your home. A home owner is a better citizen, a better parent and husband and a better booster for Denver. REASONABLE TERMS SPIEGLEMAN-LESON CONSTRUCTION CO. WqT*>T*JJ MAI KICK H. SPIKiJI.E.MAN. Manager. SO Eighteenth Street. Realtor .Main 1447*8253. y 1 Phones, Champa 218, Champa 0322, M. M. Abelson, Mgr. ABELSON & COMPANY 1028 STOt'T ST.. Second Floor • Storks, Bonds. Foreign Exchange and Options Stork Privileges ami Foreign Exchange for Future Delivery Cun rnn teed hy MemlH*rs of New York Stock Exchange or Bunks and Trust Companies Write or Phone for our Free Fp-to Date Bulletin. “Why Berman Bonds Should he a Boot! Purrlmse at the. Present Market and Some of the Causes of the Berman Mark Selling so la:\v and the Possibility for Their Recovery Xote—Drafts to all parts of the world issued thru New York c*omus-tions at current rates Fast wire service. Local News l>r. C. I>. Spivnk. while in Newark. X. .1.. orKnul7.('(l District No. 7. Tin* , banquet given at tin* Progress ••lull , Tuesday evening, in honor of Dr. anil Mrs. Spivjik, was attended by a num lier of prominent men of N«*\vark. Among those present were Rabbi Solo iiioii Foster of the Jewish Chronicle. Rabbi (Millrles llofTiuan. ltahlii Julius 1 Sillierfelt. Nathaniel Kllis. ehairnian of tin* confereiwe: I.i*o|w*hl Kit/.. Barney 1 N. Aper. l>r. M. .1. Fine. I>r. 11. <5. Margolis anil Mrs. Nathan Kussy. A mass meeting was heiil later in the evening at Klingers auditorium. Ad dresses were made liy Itahld Solomon Foster, ltahlii Brodsky and Itahld Hoff man. I>r. Spivnk dnlivertsl an address illustrated h.v stereoptieon views of the sanitarium. Mr. (*. S. Sell wart 7. was elected president of District No. 7. Mr. Sigmund Walker of I’ueblo. who has InVii seriously ill at St. Joseph's hospital, is slowly recovering. Dr. William G. Lewis from New. York, and Dr. Kli J. Calicchll. are guests in the city and will remain in the city a month. Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Bertha Beusev. on May .‘list, in Germany. Mrs. Beusev lias two sons residing in tills city. Messrs William and .Isiek Beusev. Mr. Eugene Xewmeyer. en route from San Francisco to New York, was in the city a gm*st of Mrs. Dora Lindner. Mr. Albert Sfeler from Itetroii ar rived Monday and will be the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ripley. Mr. Sam Schlessinger left Friday for a business trip east. Dr. C. I). Spivnk attended the con ference of Jewish Social Service at Providence Wednesday afternoon. At this meeting mu abstract of the report prepared by Mr. Goldsmith of the Jew ish Research bureau was presented on budgeting national organizations. Mrs. line S. David was also present and re mained until the fonferenec was over. Mr. G. I. Rosenthal, prominent busi ness man of Meridian. Miss., motored to Denver and iij tin* guest of Dr. and Mrs. Alex Block. Mr. Rosenthal is a brother of Mrs. A. Block. • Mr. Sydney Mayer, shoe traveler for Fndicott. Johnson, after returning from a successful road trip thru Oregon and California to his home. UO4 Franklin street, is now at the big factory at Kn dieott. N. Y. Denver is extremely fortunate in hav ing a branch department of the Dennis' Manufacturing Co., with otllces at the Foster building. The educational de partment is organized into a Service bureau, the of this bureau is to tench without charge any person inter ested nml to make use of the material manufactured, crepe paper, party fill ers. basket weaving, etc. Crepe pnper hats are popular both in Paris and New York City. There are 20 service work ers thruout the country. Miss Eliz:i belli Roe has charge of the Service bu reau in Denver. Mr. George Reuler is in Now York ('lfy mi his on stern buying trip. Mr. Milton An fonder is spending a low days noar Fairplay. on a fishing hip. The Itmlfo enfn. owned by Mr. (!aiio ! Sontor at 1111 l.ltli Btrf*et. will prove a valuable ah rant inn, not only liecnuse of tlio splendid food >ervi*d. hut on aeenunt I nf Mr. Sontor furnishing radio intisio : m his guests. This is the first and only j cafe in IH'livor «*<piipp4Ml with radio. j Mr. Eugene Freedheim. who has hoon attending Harvard nnlvorsily. will spend the summer at Camp Wigwam. Harrison. Maine. NOTICE— The annual pienie given at Lakeside on June 27th by the Indies’ Aid nf the Moth Israel Hospital was more than successful. The I Julies thank their! friends for their eo-operntlnn. An ice i loss iee hn\ was given. No one pres-j eilt had the winning number. Tin ] I eleventh number 130:3) is the winning , number, if there is no response from ihis number then the tenth number, i 1047.1 will win. If in a week’s time I these numbers are not presented the third number. 1701 will be the success fill one. The owner of the lucky nuni lier will call up Mrs. A. 11. Itndetsk.v. York 3004. WORKERS OF THE HI lI.DING FI ND CAMPAIGN. Workers nf the Building Fund Cam paign in 1020 Tendered a nampiet by the Board of Trustees nf the .Jewish Consumptive Relief. The ladies and gentlemen who have j worked so valiantly and successfully under the chairmanship of Mr. Is*uis Stern, during the campaign for rais- j ing funds for the building to replace * the one consumed by fire at the sani tarium nf the J. C. R. S.. will be ten dered a dedication banquet 4 on Sunday. July oth. Invitations have been is sued to all the workers. TIME IS THE TEST OF MERIT. Tobacco was first introduced in Eu rope by a -Jew Louis Torres, a com panion of Christopher Columbus, for reference see Coserling (04). Churches 1 raised serious objection to tobacco but the* Jewish Rabbis were very much in favor of the use of tobacco in fact it was spoken of as an aid toward sobriety. Many of our smokers of to day, are favorably inclined toward the Fatima cigarette, known as the best Turkish cigarette untile. Time is tin* ' lest of merit, that is why this cigarette* with its pleasant aroma, flavor and mildness has withstood the* test and is recognized as a cigarette of highest i quality. TIIE WINDSOR FARM DAIRY. Delivers oarly and promptly, l'ure and health giving milks and creams, from healthy cows. Get on our route. Call Main filftG. Reports from Knmcnetss-Podolsk in dicated that the Soviet Government lias arrested persons attempting to or : gani/.e classes for teaching Hebrew. j RSSAY WRITTEN IJY MORRIS STERLING S YEARS OL1). Pim OP TIIE SI'NDAY SCHOOL HELD IN CENTRAL JEWISH AID. An -Essay on what Sumlny school moans to me, Sunday School has taught mo to prow up and Im‘ a pood citizen. To ho usorul to my country and my ndipion. And to tho coin nmnity yhich I livo in. It also tanpht mo of tin* many i:i torostinp festivals which wo havo cele •bruied at Sunday school. Soino of thorn aro Passover and Hannakn. and Puriin. And I enjoy every stop in Sunday sohool as 1 po on. SOME IMPRESSIONS OP Et ROPE PROM MR. JAFFA. Mr. Joseph JafTa. arrived in tho elty last Friday after a two months' trip | tliru Ktiropo. lie spent his time in ; England and Fra nee. Mr. Jaffa says I the most thrillinp outstandlnp points of interest, wen* two days s|H*nt in the jwar zone, startinp at Siosson. follow ling the llindonluirp line in No Man’s ; Land for >‘ll miles, ia an automobile. ! The dentruotion surpasses the iiungiuu ition. No Man's Ijind is in a larpe 1 measure t«mliiy in the same eoudition as !ii was when the armistice was sipned. I fully HHt mih*s of h.irhed wired feneo | still remains intact, and one can not pass thru tin 1 entanplement exc*ept , where paths have lieen cut. for the I Ismetlt of tourists. Many cities lie i visited were completely effaced. nolhiup remnininp hut crumhh-1 dust. The vil la pe of llcrry-Au-liae once liavinp ."JUKI inhabitants. is completely destroyed. i neither that city or Uheiins can over Is* • ■•stored Is the opinion of Mr. Jaffa. It will he years before Np Man's Laud can be cultivated 1 icon use every foot of i land must be coiulkml for nnexploded bombs and missiles. The ccinctcrh*. • secminply without end, are tilled witli • graves, the French with white crosses. ; and the Ccrnian with black crosses are all poorly kept. There Is a constant , stream of visitors daily viewinp flic graves of the two unknown soldiers in Westminister Abbey, and the pravo of the unknown soldier under the Arch do j Triompho. Every man is required to j doff his hat and each lady to show her • respect by crossinp herself. Mr. Jaffa was greatly impressed with i the Croat Synapop in London. The out.- staudinp feature was the unusual sing • j inp sang by a chorus of 2(5 boys. The Spanish and Portugese sy tin pops in London, fully 200 years old. are still , burninp candles in place of pas or elee •: tricity. It is very strange to note the list of the members of these cotigrepn . lions, observing nothing hut Portugese and Spanish names, not one Cohen. . Jacobs or Levy. llctween the cities of Itheims and Soisson is the famous 10S Ilill. which was almost obliterated by .'5 mine ex plosions. one (lermnn. and two French. ' Hundreds of troops were engulped in ' this crater, made by of tons of explosives. No one escaped but wore 1 burned and burled as they fell. This place will be kept by the French Re i ! public as a permanent memorial, mark ing the spot where the most desperate lighting occurred and where the custtnl ■ ties were the largest. Mr. Jaffa said. "As an American and a Jew I was proud to observe that at one of the main • entrances of Westminister Abbey, stood ■ !<>n the left a statue of Earl lien cons- I Held and on the right the statue of Abraham Lincoln." A C ORRECTION. Mrs. Ida Cordon wishes to state that I the item which appeared ia last '! week's Jewish News, announcing the engagement of her daughter. Esther. t(. Mr. Harry Fa Hick is incorrect. Youth is a wreath of roses.—Tal ’ 1 mud. Self-preservation is a boumlen duty, j —Talmud. THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS Social News I Mrs. A. Xeidlinger give n party for tin* children of tin* Sheltering Homo on Momlii.v. Juno li<>. in lionor of her | daughter's sixtli birthday. loo oronm niiil on mly was served. Mr. iiml Mrs, M. D. Sclieyc. mul Mr. in ml Mrs. A. I. Kachofsky nro now j hx-ated nt stil Ijifayotto. Mrs. Ed Fields ami son Joseph nro I ho guests of Mr. itnd Mrs. M. 1>. Solioyo. ini routs of Mrs. Fields. Mr. ; Fields who necompu tiled his wife mid son has returned to Chicago. The following Jewish hoys and girls won* graduated from the Manual Train- I ing high solionl at the auditorium. June |l(j. W2'2: Joe I.evit. Milton Coldstoin. Max I'otonuan. Slyvan Sletnlierg. Har ry Zigniond. Sam Tobin. Isadoro Tohin. <’arl Schwartz. Esther Hank. Esther | Felnliorg. Freda Isaaoson. I.onora Bril lianr. Joe Lovit deserves special men* fion for the distinotion of being the llrst Jewish Ini.v to ho i*dlt»r%i-chief of tin* Annual. Harry Zigniond also . was ! proininout in atldotios. M ostia inos A. M. Herr.mark and I daughter, and Samuel V. Uroenhorg of Kansas City, will be the house guests for the summer of their parents Mr. and Mrs. M. ('ohon. Mr. and Mrs. I. Tonowsky nnnriunce the marriage of their daughter Ethel to Mr. Louis Snyder Sunday evening. June IS. at the Adams hotel. Hahhi (*. E. Kauvar ottleiatlng. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zall. after a de lightful honeymoon, left Sunday night for Cheyenne, to make their future home. Mr. Zall will engage in the jewelry business. Mrs. <todlove. of St. Louis, is in Den ver and will reside permanently with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Monty liner. Miss Salle Fried did not return as stated in last week’s Jewish News, but she and Miss Knehnol Peyser will re turn Saturday. July 1. Thru the kindness of Mrs. M. <!ohl |»erg the kiddles at the Sheltering Home wore the recipients of a generous dona tion of h*e cream, complimentary to her daughter Mrs. Sam Zall. a recent bride Mrs. Sam Ma idel have mov ed to their near home 1117 — t'»th sine where they will be plc:is<*d to see thoii friends. CIIEItR.l KAD1SIIA HOLY BROTHERHOOD Members of tlie 'Ohebra Kadisha of tin It. M. II. Congregation wish to an nounce if anyone desires their services. tlif.\ i-.dl on >lr. L. Waitdel. Pros. Tele phones York 2661-4. ami .Main 5-19. If. ,'MICII ADO AIMH T III'TENIlERIi’S Pl'RCHASES. I London- t By Mailt The Ixmdnu j press Is seeking to give a propaganda | turn to one of tin* questions put dur ing Sir Herbert Samuel's address on Palestine matters, suggesting that con ducts for material under tin* Iluten berg scheme had ltecn placed in Her- I many. Tin* question is given particu lar prominence, and it Is commented on that no reply was given by Sir Her bort to the question. In regard to this, the Zionist Or ganization pointed out that the Her man contract mentioned at the meet ing with Sir Herlx*rt Samuel is for electrical equipment and involves the spending of about 1(Mtoo pounds in dor many. The denpan price, explains the Zionist Organization, was half the Itritisli tender for the same material. British (Inns were given the fullest op portunity to render but could not bring their prices down. There was every desire to give contracts to Itritisli firms and one. for copper wire was placed in England at an increase on foreign price*. Details are given of the conces sions. The first scheme which is al ready in hand involves au expenditure of $lon.ono and when completed will give electri<n 1 light and power de rived from the River Anja to tin* Arab j municipality of Jaffa, tin* Jewish town ship suburb Tel-Aviv. the village of Rainlch hnd the Jewish colony of I’otueh Tikvali. There is Arab as well as Jewish money in tin* capital for tills concession and both will benefit. Mr. Rutenberg is now in tin* Fnited States s»*euring the capital required for tin* big Jordan Valley selienu*. Fventuallv the scheme pro i vides for a capital expenditure of *J.- 000.000 and tin* employment of S.OOf men. The <-oneessionaire has 1h*cii al lowed two years in which to raise the money and start operations. The plan | includes the construction of a dam on the Jordan at the point when* it is sues from tin* Sea of (Jnlilee. a large 1 --forage reservoir, irrigation canals and | the installation of ehytrie generating j stations. The first expenditure on lids ! will amount to 800.000 pounds. PROFESSOR OPPENHEIMER CALL ED TO JAPAN Berlin,— -(Ity Mail).—It is stated ' here that Professor Franz Oppenheimer. rho well-known political economist who is also prominent in Zionist affairs, has accepted a call to tin* I’niversity at J Tokio. Obituaries Mrs. Anna It. KlingsMiu Mrs. Anna H. Kllncstein. of lMiehlo ]missed away Friday at Merry ilios|iItii I. from tin* result of :i se rious operation. Mrs. Klintistein was taken To her ohl home. Hnrvisonbei'K. Viruiniti. for huriiil. She is •»»trvlvi*il hy two daughters. Kvn and Kuth. and two ’sous. AUs-rt and Kmanuel Kling steln. EXCERPTS TAKEN FROM THE REALIZATION OF A TWENTY YEARS’ DREAM OF THE J. C. R. S. By Louis Resnick. Tin* sanitarium was opened in Sep temltcr. 11HM. It look typically Jewish ' con rap** to call this a sanitarium: four canviiK touts with wooden floors and sido protection and a "central building.” •JO by -10 foot, fontrast this with the sanitarium of today : a central building costing sjJkTO.OOO. iho last word in hos pital const mot ion : 10S acres of land: thirty-four house-tents, each more spa •lottH than the four original touts coin i*inod : live auxiliary buildings for un dents: a nurses’ home:, a solarium: a Kosher kitchen and dining room: staff milding. administration building, and ■midoycos building: a synagogue, ar .esiau well. powerhouse, laundry, gran iry. dairy building, chicken houses, dables and garage. l\ S. Meteorological nation and an X-ray department. Thai is not all. There is also a fat*m on which alfalfa grain, and vegetables ire raised : a thousand chickens to sup 11 y fresh eggs for the patients: a dairy herd that supplies every drop of milk ised in the sanitarium: and a library •f four thousand volumes. The staff includes the superintendent, a number of resident physicians, a don ist. laboratory technician. X-ray toch ilcian. druggist, nurses, orderlies, ste ward. matron, photographer. porters, .vaIters, chef, second cook, kitchen help, milker. Mashgiacli. farmer, engineer, assistants. librarian, postmaster, watch nan. vo<*ationnl therapist, heliothe rapist. There is a school for patients, a traili ng school for nurses, a liook-bindery, iml vocational training classes for pa ients. For recreation there are lee nres. entertainments and theatricals in vhich the patients participate, moving detures. and a beautiful pari . Tin* management of tin* society and lie sanitarium is in the hands of a toard of Trustees which now includes -cprcsciilnlives from the district orgnn . /.a lions in various s<s*tioiis of the coun ry. A host of national directors scat ered throughout the I’uited States also tive the institution the benetit of their udgmeut and local inlluence. What lias the .1. t’. It. S. accomplished with all these funds ami friends: It vouId take a more eloquent pen than nine to do Justice to a description of lie misery that lias lieen averted, the -omfort and joy that lias been given, he health restored, and the happiness •rented by the .1. < *. It. S. If you have any imagination, turn it loose on these Jew him* facts: Regular cases admitted 2.-bib Kmergency cases admitted . 1 102 I'rgcnt cases admitted 107 Total number of persons to whom relief and treat ment has been given 8.708 Total hospital days fiiiH.SH The .1. ('. It. S. now lias just one more request to make of its friends in every mrt of the country. It is this: If you •an possibly manage to do so. come to Denver .Inly 8, 0. and 10. to attend the Fightccnth Annual Convention and to participate in the dedication of the building which was erected with the limes, dollars, a ml hundred dollar bills »f a hundred thousand sons and daugh ters of Israel and which now makes it j •Missible to double the capacity of the ! sanitarium. ARABS NOW COMPLAIN JEWS DON’T BY LAND. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) Jerusalem —Tin* charge is made in tln« Aral* daily “Marat-el-Shark.” that tIn* .lews an* rosponsibh* f«ir the fall in the priees of land in Palestine. Prices have fallen from 2o piastres (about one dollar) the “pick" to 7 piastres (about 10 cents), and there are no buyers even at those priees. the paper asserts. The paper tin* rumor that the “lea lias directed its representatives to re frain from any land transactions until priees climb down.” RABBIS APPEAL TO POPE. (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) Warsaw— 1 Tin* association of Polish Itahhis Ims appealed to I lie Vatican for intervention with the Soviet (Jovern inent in Russia uiul Ukraine with a view to mitigating the alleged persecu tions of the Jewish religion in those states, it is learned. HUNGARY AGAIN INTERNS NINE JEWS. (Jowlsli Telegraphic Agency) Budapest—Tin* - disbanding of the prison-onnip at Zalagerzeg and tin* sub , sequent liberation of all its inmates not • withstanding. aim* “alien” Jews have j been interned. The CSoverninent lias furnished no explanation for these ar rests. days tmlil 1 I*. 51. for ' VV rOLFA^ $ w COLPA jour convenience, j Comer Clay Street “When you think Fish, think Bloomfield.” $ E petl/.iim! delicious lnent. and especially wlu»li cnrnl slowly and ilavor embodied therein. Make a lml.it of keeping ii in the homo JM :T W^g 2TT * \S§Mk . $ at all times and servo it regularly //Sf/ @mmba * 7 <§&SRfc&\ \u3) | f..r l,r.,,kf„st. g|| «g,'»»pra O WHOLESALE AND RETAIL l»U? i»irtr.* rrr Vi-i-:%—sr»r l y S. ROSEN0ERG iv/SWSJ?SWJWfJ>JW/S//SS/SWJSSWSJS?//7//7?S/77Z>W’-V///S.'7/j”-V/SS/'. , ?,’S”fSsV'' '/J -,"// -S',/. '. ' KEMPTER BROS., Inc. Service You Will I.ike THE KEMPTER GUARANTEE BACK OF EVERY CAR WE SELL, A COMPLETE LINE OF NEW AND USED CARS AND TRUCKS ALWAYS ON HAND ATTRACTIVE TERMS IF DESIRED. KEMPTER BROS., Inc. Authorized Ford Dealers Broadway & Arapahoe at 23 rd Streets Phone Main 6880 i- V-T . ■ — jj DIAMOND “A” GROCERY Sl’SMAN lines.. Props. PHONE MIN' 2075 j533 Liwrcnce Street Next to (aihlni Engle Delicatessen We carry a full line of striekly kosher ilolicalessen for ou;im;s. picnics D and parties. Kosher meats, pickles olives, ole. m A trial will convince you. 2 Want Advertisements WANTED — A<*eonunodnt ions with hoard in private family. h.v two 1 younu men employed: Capitol Hill section preferred. IJox JU5, Jewish News. It. YOl'N’t; mini wishes room mid 2 meals in private family: good location, itox XY. Jewish News. It. ROOM for Kcntlcmaiv in beautiful private home, Capital Hill, York , 4858. l-M. ROOM and hoaril for jfcntlcnuin in j ■ private home. Capitol Hill location. ' Call York :t235-W. It. j ( Mr. A. Jj. Frihourj? and family de sire to express their appreciation for kindness and sympathy shown during I . their recent bereavement of the loss of their beloved wife and mother. Jll-ot' Tailor Shop For Sale At sacrifice, Pressing machine; rent reasonable: only ensli $250. 720 Eiglitcentli street. “HALUZIM” AVERAGE 900 MONTHLY. <.T. II. Service) Jerusalem—Jewish pioneers to enter Palestine (lurinp Mn.v numbered IMH.i. file number felling somewtmt below the average of !MM> maintained during the previous months of this year, the total since .launary being -1.40#. OPEN MUNCIPAL HOME FOR WAR SAW'S JEWISH FOUNDLINGS. (J. C. I». Srrvice 1 ) Wnrsnw- A special municipal creche fur Jewish foundlings lias been prom ised by the authorities, in accordance with the Kehillah's request, charging that hitherto Jewish infants pluced 'in the general homes were usually hap tized. SOVIETS INVITES JEWS TO RETURN. (.T. C. 11. Service) Riga Russian Jews who luul llial to Poland and Rouuiunia in fear of po groms. have boon invited to return to < ■ Russia, a Moscow announcement states. ■ .Soviet oflieials at the frontiers have i ■! been instructed to admit the returning . Jews without any difficulties, and Rus i sian representatives in the border states i ■ have been ordered to facilitate their ;■ I return. Phil Brown STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET Rest Corn IV; 1 ami Pickled Meals at Reasonable Prices 853 Eleventh Street IlrtffMii Stout St. mill \V. Colfax ■ ri Do You Know (hat you can "i'i your Groceries, * , Kosher Po.illry. I »t !i«*:i»«— • ninl Live Fish at West (’nlfti.v Ave. ami 11 Mi Street! Why spend time irointr further? I. DAVIS 855 lllli St. .Main 3835 ■ ■ Tel. M tin 232.1. Estimates I'urnishcd Ben PerSiiM&ier Plumbing and Heating .lohbiiiK Promptly At tendril to Satisfaction Guaranteed 1466 Irving Street GREAT RABBI OF TURKEY DEC ORATED BY SULTAN. (J. <\ It. Service) Constantinople—Ttabbi Iiojarano I'f fcudi was reeoived in audloneo by tin Sultan, in flu* eourso of whieh tin* lnt tor eonferred upon liim :1m* order o: ■ Medjidie," first class. * with ('onion.* The Sultan reiterated his oppressions nf sympathy towards Ottoman Jewry whom bo greatly appro* i.ited becuust of their loyalty and demotion. Thes* sentiments, bo said, have boon inherited from bis ancestors. The Unhid then re lated a prayer, invoking the hies Bings j of (!od upon the Khalif and tla* lun- I pi re.