The American Israelite from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 6, 1921 · P2
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The American Israelite from Cincinnati, Ohio · P2

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THE AMERICAN ISRAELITE Fine Furniture Made to ORDER ONLY Art Joinery-Co. 114 E. Thirteenth Street We Restore Fine Furniture ALSO CARRY A UNE OF Distinctive Furniture AND Decorative Fabrics The J. P. DeCamp Co. 1322-1324 Sycamore St. Phones, - Canal 5502, 2435 E. M. KOCH Dress Pleating Embroidery Hemstitching 212 West Fourth St. Superior CHEVROLET at a New Low Price f0.e. Tlint. Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" Chevrolet "FB" Models Models Touring Car or Roadster $525 Touring Car or Roadster $975 Coupe or Sedan - - - 875 Coupe or Sedan - - 1575 Light Delivery Wagon (one seat) - $525 ' Alt trios P. O. B. Flirt. Mltk. CHEVROLET MOTOR CO..A Division of General Motors Coy. Saleiroomt: . Service Station 1160 Race St 2352 Gilbert Ave. Phone Woodburn 5800 NEW YORK HAPPENINGS. Burkhardt's Shop For Women Fall MILLINERY AN important factor that is essential for the proper appearance of the smart woman is her millinery- Embraced are highly individualized designs, embellished with rich ornature and modinh veilings which undoubtedly will evoke the admiration of the fashionable and critical. Plain and Fancy Fur- Trimmed Suits Plain and Fancy Fur- trimmed Coats Smartly Plain and Fur- Trimmed Sport Suits Sweaters : Skirts -Riding Togs- u 0 TaRURKHARDT RRQg & ANDREAS E. BURKHARDT. President 8-10.12 East Fourth Street Opposite Stnton WANTED Superintendent also Matron For child caring institution. State experience, married or single and salary expected. Address Child Caring, Care American Israelite, Cincinnati The L. WISE & BROS. CO. 36 Main Street, Cincinnati, O. gS Hides, Furs, Wool The Largest Hide Dealer In Ohio Wm. E. Kenney TAILOR AND DRAPER BHeeeeaaseaasaaaaaaiiiiMWiHBeaBBSs w No 14 West Seventh Street. Brass Beds Relacquered, Repaired and Remodeled MODERN WAY EXPERT WORK MODERN METAL REFINISHING CO. Ph. C. 5876; S. E. Cor. Elm & Green FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES R. J. McCOMBS DEALER IN ..Groceries.. Cor. Burnet and Rockdale Aves. CINCINNATI, O. PHONES AVON 3334 and 3335 144 and 145 Why Shiver n This Fa ? INSTALL THE FRANKLIN Gas Burners and handle your heat exactly to your liking and he warm and cosy. Call Up Your Dealer or FRANKLIN GAS BURNER CO. Avon 54 Vine and Mitchell fli SB WouMyou m m - hsw-:..'-...vw avoid Furnace Work? be sure of Nokol Book your Order now No Coal No Dust No Ashes No Labor and you get the Heat you pay for See demonstration at our office or phone for further information. The NoKoL Products Co. STEWART ELECTRIC BLDG., S. W. Corner Vine and Water, Cincinnati, Ohio TELEPHONE MAIN 8760. Automatic OH Heating for Homos ProteaeJ by Doblt Hetroit 'Potato Within the past few days bIx boats from Europe readied tins port, bringing over si thousand Jewish liniui- grants. The representatives of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society are waking every effort to get all of the passengers Into the country. Arriving immigrants relate tliat the hardships of those on the other side trying to get shipping accommodation are terrible. The shipping companies are afraid to take too iiiiiuy passengers at n time, and hundreds of Jewish immigrants are In a desperate condition in Liverpool and other European ports. Chaim Kleln-baks, eleven years old, came herefrom Danzig as a stowaway. He claims that lie lias a father in this country, but has no address of him. The authorities do not know what to do with the youngster. The Synagog of the Shearitli Israel (Spanish and Portuguese) . congregation at Seventieth street and Central Park, W., which has been remodeled and repaired, was rededicated on Sunday night last and appropriate ceremonies" marked the occasion. The exercises began with the reading of the JIaariv prayers, after which the perpetual lamp was lighted and a prayer offered for the government. Perpetual lamps were also lighted in memory of Captain Julian M. Strassburger, Lieut. Frank J. Fei-bel, Corporal .Tames H. Florance and Private Adoiph B. Jungman, who died In France in defense of their country in the world war. Seven circuits were then made with the Sepherim and addresses were delivered by Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein of the Institutional Synagog and ltev. Jos. Corcos, acting minister of-Shearith Israel. Hon. Jf. - Taylor Philips, who was recently elected president of the congregation in place of Louis Napoleon Levy, deceased, presided. Plans for the first annual conven tion of the Young People's League of the United Synagog of America, which will take, place In New York City on October 28, 20 and 30, have been completed. Temple Ansche Chesed has invited the delegates and othrers participating in the conven tion to attend a special Friday eve ning service and "At Home" on rrt day, October 28. The registration of delegates, which will be followed by a dance, will take place on Saturday evening, October 23. The morning and afternoon of October 30 will be consumed by the business session, the two sessions being separated by a luncheon. The convention will close on Sunday evening with the installation of officers and the presentation of a varied and interesting program to which the various Young People's Leaves of absence have been granted by Postmaster E. M. Morgan to more than 2,500 jewisn employes of the New York postoffice . in order that they may' celebrate Eosh Ha-shona. The Jewish employes of orthodox faith in the postoffice also will be permitted to have' leaves of absence on October 12, so that they may observe Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement." Some employes of the Jewish faith will be disappointed at their failure to obtain leaves. One of the clerks complained that many substitute clerks of the Jewish faith were required to work on the holidays in order that the regular clerks might be relieved. This complaint was submitted' to Postmaster Morgan, who explained that it was physically impossible to handle the volume of business of the local post-office with all of its Jewish employes absent, so that it had been arranged to grant leaves to those applying be fore a given date, the applications to be approved on the basis of seniority of service. Bertha Kalieh, the prominent act ress who has adorned the English speaking stage for several recent sea sons, is reported as about to return to the scene of her original triumphs, the Yiddish stage. Last Friday eve ning Franz Jlolnar s "unom, one of the notable successes of the past season on the English-speaking stage of New York, received its first pro duction in Yiddish. The performance was given at the Irving Place Thea tre. In Brooklyn both the Republicans and the Democrats have each named a member of the community for one of the vacant justiceships of the supreme court in that borough, to be filled at the approaching election. The candidate of the Republicans is Harry E. Lewis, the present district attorney of Kings 'County, who, some years ago, served as one of- its county judges. The Democratic nominee is County Judge Mitchell May, at one time a member of the national House of Representatives from Brooklyn and now completing a six-year term in his present judicial office. Both candidates are communally active in Brooklyn and highly regarded, and each will poll a large vote through his personal attainments and reputa tion. Miss Ernestine P. Franklin of Wll- liamsbridge, Bronx, who was awarded a two-year fellowship in classics by the American Academy in Rome, re cently sailed on the Providence to take up her residence at the school. Miss Franklin is active in Jewish work, having been associated with the religious schools of the Free Synagog. Miss Franklin, who is a grad uate of Hunter College, is the daugh ter of Benjamin Franklin, a well known lawyer of this city. Max Cohen, former editor of Views," and a resident of Washing- tin, D. C, for more than fifty years, aged To years, died at Richmond, Ya., September 19. He was secretary- treasurer of the Atlanta Orphan Home of Atlanta, Ga., for twenty-five years. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Fred Levi, of Suuip- ter, S. C, and Mrs. Siegfried Fantl, of 41 West S7th St., New York. Sa vannah and Atlanta (Ga.) papers please copy. Among the Citizens Committee of One Hundred appointed by the Commissioners of the District of Colum bia for the purpose of entertaining (Continued on page 3) WANTED, FOR RENT, ETC. Pni. Runt T-rt cpntts sf tha "R nM- dale Avenue Temple, pew 120. Tele phone Avon 2054. " For Rent Strictly modern furnish ed room in private family to lady or gentleman. Breakfast if desired. Phone Wdbrn. 4533. For Rent Furnished Apartment. Will rent my summer hungalow fur nished for the winter. Phone Avon 33G9 Y. For Rent Elegant modern furnish ed room, near car line, for gentleman. Phone Avon 6509 L. JaeeUeie4ieitB' To Be "Kosher" It Mast Be "Cleanly" TOWNSEND'S PUREST DAIRY PRODUCTS Butter, Eggs, Cottage Cheese "Best For Baby Best For Yoa" Telephone: Canal 5750 57S1 A. GERSON & CO. PAINTING DECORATING TINTING Hardwood Finished Work In All Its Branches. Estimates Cheerfully Given. 56S Maple Ave., near Rockdale Ave. PHONE, AVON 281S TELEPHONE, CANAL 491 - HEMSTITCHING 10 cents per yard on all material PLEATING Accordion, Knife and Box, All Sizes CLOTH COVERED BUTTONS In any style or amount Button HoIe3 made Mail orders promptly attended 'to The Albert Banasch Co. 614 RACE ST. (Entire third floor) Office Phone . Wert 40t Residence Phone, Wert Wt-R F. H. Wilms' Carpet Cleaning Co. RUGS MADE FROM OLD CARPETS 1417 PLUM STREET CINCINNATI, ft. LOUIS SGHELLHAMMER Meats, Poultry and Canned Goods Phones: Avon 881 882 3459 READING ROAD Studio Portraits Heme Portraits The Barnum Studio The Modern Ground Floor Studio 6 West Seventh St, Cincinnati, Ohio 9hefLbl&t and (aWV (O. CINCINNATI'S GREATEST STORE. FOUNDED 111 1 SEPARATELY-High Quality and Moderate Price are not rare BUT- when Highest Quality and a most Moderate Price are COMBINED At 30 I L then "value" is truly being outvalued. Stein-Bloch Suits are admittedly the highest quality clothes made in America. At $39.50 Stein-Bloch Suits are extraordinarj Men who prize Quality and Style and Value should see these Stein-Bloch Suits. The wives and mothers of men are welcomed as consulting clothes experts. Some stores do not like a woman to go along with a man to buy clothes she knows too much and asks too many questions. Mabley's welcomes them. Women will meet their idea of value in Stein-Bloch Clothes. Other Stein-Bloch Suits at $49.50, $55 and $59.50. Stein-Bloch Top Coats at $49.50, $55.00 and $65.00.

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