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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Friday December 17 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seven in the work of the lodge and in fact from the standpoint of results con- sidering the size of its membership the Corsicana Lodge is one of the ban- ner lodges of the district. It is very active not only in the charity work of the order at large but also in local charity work. ' The present officers of the B'nai m B'rith are: W Robert Werner President. M. Goldsmith Vice President S. Samuels Secretary. Warden Ben Brown. Guardian Sol Gottlieb. Ben Goldsmith secretary of Temple Gottlieb J. Dreeben Max Brustein S. Katz H. Grossman I. Rothsopf. Mr. B. Marks for all of his 65 years is an active worker in the Orthodox activities of Corsicana. 1 n I MUSES M. MILLER k Mr. Miller is the owner of the M. M. Miller Grocery Co. was lately the President of Tempi-) Beth-El. Beth-El and secretary of Corsicana Lodge I. 0. B. B. No. 275 has taken a deep interest in congergational and communal affairs. The Agudath Achim was organized four years ago....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 17 1920. . Whiteselle-Brick and Lumber Co. Compliments From the Club Cafe Dee & Molloy Props. 4 MANUFACTURERS OF CherryRed Face Brick The Best Building Brick in Texas also All Sorts of Build- ing Material. We operate our own Planing Mills. CORSICANA TEXAS T"''f Dickson Electric Co. ELECTRICAL WIRING AND SUPPLIES Telephone 185 Stokes & Morton Printing Co. The House of Quality and Service" PRINT EVERYTHING APPRECIATE EVERYTHING Telephone 527 124 W. 5th. Ave. Corelcana COMPLIMENTS OF Coratcana gteam 3Lattntir Co. FOR YOUR XMAS DINNER AS WELL AS ALL OTHERS USE AMERICAN BAKERIES BREAD American Bakery CORSICANA Montgomery Studio Nellie M. Swinney Prop. QUALITY PHOTOGRAPHS CORSICANA TEXAS McCannan & Lang Lumber Co. LUMBER CEMENT AND ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 344 CORSICANA TEXAS

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Friday December 17 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine INTERVIEW WITH ALLEGED EDITOR OF DEARBORN INDE- PENDENT SHOWS IGNORANCE OF JEW-BAITERS Editor Mar Tela at Jew's Survival Saya He Feels' It Hirf Duty to Solve ' the "Jewish Problem" in America and Claims He Knows How to Do It In the issues of September 5 and 6 of the Yiddish pape' The Daily For- ward there appeared under the signal ture of Dr. S. P. Kramer an article purporting to be an interview with a certain Mr Cammeron. whp is repre- sented as the editor of the. Dearborn Independent a magazine from which has emanated so mveh anti-Jewish propaganda withl.i the last' few months. To our knowledge this interview is the only one which has appeared in the American press and which tou.-h-'s upon the unexplained attitude of Mr. Ford toward the Jews. As it throwt some light on the personality of the editor who is perhaps responsible for.' the anti-Semitic articles in Ihe Dear born Independent and alto shoys the mental equipment of our ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Page Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 17 1920. When you want' the Best in CUT FLOWERS FUNERAL DESIGNS FERNS ROSES BULBS GOLD FISH AQUARIA and AQUATIC PLANTS Go to the Original and Reliable Al- ways the Best-None But the Best Mr. and Mrs. Clowe's CORSICANA'S GREENHOUSES Phone Connections Phone Connections ONLY THE BEST OF THINGS PHOTOGRAPHIC Richardson's Studio The City Book Store BIGGEST STOCK OF ATHLETIC GOODS TYPEWRITERS BOOKS SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES IN TEXAS FINE STATIONERY WHEN YOU CANT GET IT ELSEWHERE WE HAVE IT CORSICANA TEXAS The Jewish Monitor Wishes All Its Friends a Very Prosperous 1921 JEWISH ACTRESS RELATES HER EXPERIENCE IN RUSSIA AND UKRAINE. Warsaw Nov. 24 (special cable to I. J. P. B.) Esther Rachel Kamin- sky a well-known Jewish actress re- turned to Warsaw after two years traveling through Russia and the Ukraine. To reporters of the local newspapers who had come to inter- view her the actros told a story of very interesting experiences. She said that in S...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Friday December 17 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Par Eleven i. FORT WORTH NEWS CRITICISM OF OTHERS NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isldor Strauk Lodge No. 619 I. 0. B. B. fint and third Wednesday! of each month at 8 clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. t ELI GILBERT President. DR. MAURICE COHN Secy. Temple Beth-El Corner Galveston and Broadway. Dr. George Fox Rabbi Services Friday evenings at 8 o'clock. Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday at 9:30 Sunday at 10:30. ' Synagogue Ahavath Sholom: Fri- day evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat- urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday morning 10 o'clock. Please Phone Newt Items to Lamar 8460 Rosedale 6383 or 466. The Young Judea Club will give a dance Sunday night December 19 at 8:30 at: Hebrew Institute. Good Jazx music will be furnished by Cummings Swain Band. Admission 60c a couple. Mr. Dave Rosenberg who has been living in this city for the past year and a half left for his home in Cin- cinnati. Mr. Ernest Bernstein o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Pag.Twelv THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 171 1920. these acts arerdueto. uncontrollable causes. : ' ' ) ( The two considerations with which the spiritual life must reckon are man's power and men's helplessness. We know that man is-not a mere automaton a machine made to be kept in action by same external force to do a prescribed amount of work. Man is a conscious being possessed of spiritual powers which he can and must bring to light and develop. Nor can we overlook the stern fact of man's helplessness There are in the. life of every numan being'cir- cumstances within him as well as without over which he can have no control. For example we inherit from our parents and ancestcrs definite incli- nations toward eitf.er good or evil. Moreover some of uj live under cir- cumstances that are more conducive to moral growth while others do not Furthermore we are the instruments wherewith God works out His plans. Wemay therefore be under compul- sion to act differently from our mode of ac...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Friday December 17 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR -Pare Thirteen mitted a crime and he says on one 1 occason: r "Ye have planned evil against me." But in the next moment Joseph shows his strength of will. He diverts his attention from the thought of his brothers wickedness and says: "God meant it to good" or as we I have it In our text "In order to. pre- serve life did God send me before you." i Nos askance bus with favor does Joseph ' look upon his brothers. Instead pf emphasizing the injury they didjhim he chooses to lay stress upon the opportunity that their ma- licious act afforded him of becoming the spiritual giant and the powerful ruler. -jHe passes judgment upon his brothers from the biandpoint of hu- man helplessness. He regards them as the 'instruments wherewith the Al- mighty helped Joseph realize his ' youthful dreams. Joseph has taught us how to for- give. We must divert our attention from what we dcjm to be the evil motive underlying the act of our neighbor. We are rather to...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Page Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 17 1920. EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texaa Rabbl Martin Zlalenka Rabbi David Lefkowltt Rabbi David Reaanbaum Rabbi Hanry Cohan . Rabbi A. Warn Rabbi A E. Abramowltz RabblVolfo Maeht Dr. R. Fartoar Rabbi Samual Roatngar EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Oklahoma . .. Rabbl Joa. Blatt Rabbi Morrla Taller Rabbl Chaa. B. Lett Arkanaaa Rabbl Leonard Rothatain Rabbl Joieph H Stoll Rabbl A. B. Rhine Loulalana Rabbl A. Brill .; Rabbl Harry A. Merfleld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX Editor SO SAY WE. A good deal of comment has been made on the action of the Presbyterian Churches of New York which have set aside $200000 to convert the Jews of that city to Christianity. Now we won't deny that many Jews of New York can profit by a con- version but we doubt seriously whether conversion to Christian- ity would do them any good ; not that Christianity has not its great value for good for we would be the last to deny this but because of the very obvious fact that a Jew ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Friday December 17 1820. have combined to form the Eu- ropean Relief Council: The Red Cross American Relief Adminis- tration Jewish War Relief Com- mittee Knights of Columbus The Friends Society Committee the Y. M. C. A. the Y. W. C. A. and the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ. This is the first time to our knowledge that the Red Cross has joined an or- ganization like this and for this Hoover deserves the major cred- it Thirty-three millions of dol- lars are to be raised between now and the middle of January. It might be of interest to state that Kosher kitchens are being estab- lished for the Jewish children. THE JEWISH MONITOR THE MIZRACHI HATZOIR. At conference of Junior and Young People'! Mizrach! clubs beid in New York on Nevember 2nd the "Mizrachi Hatzoir" or "National Or- ganization of the Mizrachi Youth' was formed. Thii organization in.!lud- all of the Junior groups affiliated with the Mizrachi Organization of America. It is at present compose-! of more than 60 cl...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Page Sixteen' THiTJE WISH MONITOR Friday December 17 1920. r n news fromallas! " 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller left Saturday for San Antonio to attend ' the Real Estate Convention. Mr. Mill- er is president of the Association. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harris of At- lanta Ga. are visiting in the city the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kra- mer. Mrs. A. Harris of New York is vis- iting her sister Mrs. S. S. Mallinson 2711 South Boulevard. Mrs. Bert Keller and son Robert of Cleveland. Ohio are visitinir Mr. ' and Mrs.' I; E. Rose. They are here to Mr. and Mrs. I. Goldsmith arrived Saturday for a visit with their chil- dren Mr. and Mrs. George Coon. Mrs. M. L. Hirshfelder of Waco is the guest of her sisters Mrs. Joe Utay and Miss Madeline Kahn. Miss Eugenia Aschner returned from Sherman where she visited her sister Mrs. A. J. Ney. She was ac- companied home by Mrs. Ney. Mrs. Alfred Boaz entertained Wed- nesday with a bridgu party. Mrs. D. D. Cahn of Houston was honoree. Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Friday December 17 1920- . ' ; Captain to Fight"-Judah Zellner Eldridge. Captain Jack Westheimer. Bugler Leopold Segall. Fugitives- Nathan Mittenthal Mike Goldstein David Rosenbaum Jack Wertheimer Byron Sacks Sylvare Stone Trice Starr Sigmund Segall. Music march from "Aida" by Ver- di played by Mrs. E. P. Coleman. Concordian Club. The Concordian Club recently re- organized held its first open meet- ing on Thursday Pec. 9. at the club rooms Park avenue and Aikin street The speaker of .the evening was Dr. David Lefkcwitz the theme of his address being "Military Juda- Ism." Miss Rosa Hart rendered a piano solo and several vocal numbers by Miss Anna Cohen completed the program. After that dance programs were distributed and the members and friends of the club enjoyed danc ing until about 12 o'clock. There was an unusually large attendance. Ladies' Auxuliary. The entertainment given by the La- dies' Auxiliary of Congregation Shaareth Israel on Wednesday Dec. 8 at the assembly room of the...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Page Eighteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 17 1920. The Sisterhood founded the museum of Jewish religious and ceremonial art which is located in the Hebrew Union College at Cincinnati. It assists the congregation in its religious school by encouraging parents' meetings supplying school equipment tracing absentees and even maintaining sup- plementary schools from its own in- come where congregations are unable to do so. Outside of the precincts of the tem- ple itself the Sisterhood seeks to do welfare work for delinquents and de- fectives. In College towns it is the Sist rhood that endeavors to provide receptions for Jevish students and seats for them in the synagogue as well as to visit them when sick. These are a few of the many pur- poses served. No body in Jewish con- gregatonal or communal life is so em- inently useful and at the same time permeated with greater Jewish spir- it than these effective efficient tem- ple sisterhoods. CITIES EXCEED QUOTA FOR UNION. Reports of r...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

. Friday December 17 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pae Nineteen POLISH MINISTER PRAISES JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE. Warsaw: (I. J. P. B.) Ten thousand children's clothing outfits were distrib- ed by the Joint Distribution Commit- tee among the children outside of Warsaw. A long conference was held between Dr. Bogen and the Polish Minister of the Interior concerning the work of the Joint Distribution Committee the Minister utilising the occasion to state his praise of the work of the Joint Distribution Committee. ish quarters a million Jewish immi- grants will come to the United States in the next year. END OF PETLURA'S ARMT. Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) Local newspapers declare that Petlura's army has ceased to exist It dissolved into a number of snail bands hiding in forests and robbing travelers oc- casionally attacking a town or village with the object of pillaging it. TO BE FIRST KOSHER LINER. Ship Being Fitted Out Especially for Jewish Tiavelera. The De Kalb now refuting at Morse dry ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Page Twenty INTERVIEW WITH ALLEGED ED- ITOR OF DEARBORN INDEPEN- DENT SHOWS IGNORANCE OP ! .JEWISH BAITERS. ' ; (Continued from Page 9). that all the Jew are Bolshevists that in itself is sufficient proof.'" "But you have not proved it yet. " 'Ma Pine and Judge Fisher and air the rest';; ..! ''Max Pine and Judge Fisher are not Bolshevists but of them we shall speak later. 'They' are just 'as much opposed to Bolshevism as the Chris- tian capitalists are and if there are' Bolshevists there are still more Chris- tian" workers and peasants who are Bolshevists. That is en economic ques- tion arid hot a racial one. These work- ers are' for Bolshevism irrespective of their religion just as the capitalists are against it irrespective of their re- THE JEWISH MONITOR ligion. " 'No that is not true. The Jews are for Bolshevism. They want to domin- ate the world . ; . ' "Our conversation again drifted to Pine and Fisher. Mr. Cammeron point- ed out that Pine wno is a labor lead- : er and Fisher ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Friday December 17 1920. for the Jews. Be thinks they are very able. Of the Christians you see he holds an entirely different opinion. He thinks they are lazy and slow. One of the reasons for this we shall publish later on to awaken the Christians to the realization of this. But the trouble Is we lack certain secret documents we lack some of the proofs showing that Jews are planning to control the world. And we want to prevent (that The world has never been able to swal- low the Jewish problem but here in America we shall solve it' "What secret documents have you? 'What proofs T Instead of publishing your articles which create bad feeling between the Christians and the Jews would it not be better to let us all see . your documents and let all know what you know? - 'Well do that all right" The Universal Argument "Then he leaned over toward me and said: " You say the Jewish people do not want to dominate the world now why is it that the Jewish people have been able to survive after so...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Page Twenty-Two THE JEWISH M 0 Nltf 0 ft Friday December 17 1920. MMtm MM 1 BOYS! BOYS! If you want to please your parents come to our bank and get a Christmas club PASS BOOK and open a Christmas Gub account if it is within only TWO CENTS. Then earn enough to have $25.50 next Christmas. The following "tables" explain how much you put in and what the different clubs amount to: INCREASING CLUB PLANS Put in lc 2c 5c or 10c the first week. INCREASE your deposit lc 2c 5c or 10c each week. In 50 weeks: lc Club pays $12.75 5c Gub pays $ 63.75 2c Club pays $25.00 10c Club pays $127.50 EVEN AMOUNT CLUB PLAN Put the SAME AMOUNT each week. In 50 weeks: 25c Club pays $12.50 $2.00 Club pays $100.00 50c Club pays $25.00 $5.00 Gub pays $250.00 $1.00 Club pays $50.00 $10.00 Gub pays $500.00 $20 Gub pays $1000.00 We invite every BOY and GIRL in cur community to Join the Gub. Join TODAY Join. WE PAY 4 PER CENT ON CHRISTMAS SAVINGS. YOU CAN JOIN BY MAIL No matter where you live you can join our Christ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Friday December 17 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pafe Twenty-Three are cloiely connected. A right is so- cial in origin and intent The right to use public highways is limited to the obligation of turning to the left and to the right as social agreement de- mands. The right of an individual to his property is limited by the obliga- tions which 'society lays upon him in the way of taxation and debts. Socie- ty safeguards his property .protects it makes possible his acquisition of it and society also defines his right to his use of it. It is the worst form of anarchy that view o! right which con- siders it as absolute unrelated to so- cial obligations. By organized opporition to medica- tion in schools Christian Science evi- dently considers iti personal liberty to belief as an absolute right It is using immoral means of forcing its sectarian creed upon an innocent and unuspecting young generation there- by ignoring the truth concerning lib- erty of conscience for others. It makes the serio...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Twenty-Four THE JEWISH CHAUTAUQUA AS- SEMBLY. Pre gram of 29th Assembly Dec 26- .30 1920. SUNDAY DEC. 26. 10 A. M. and 12 M. Observation and visits to the religious schools. 3:00 P. M. Reception and tea Ho- tel Statler; tendered the visitors and delegates by the congregations and Jewish women's organizations of Cleveland. 8:00 P. M. Formal opening session Euclid Avenue Temple Dr. William Rosenbaum Baltimore Md. vice- chancellor Jewish Chautauqa Society ' presiding. Organ prelude. Opening prayer Rabbi Samuel Goldman Cleveland Ohio. Address of welcome Mr. Benjamin Lowenstein Cleveland Ohio. Response Mr. Arthur K. Stern Philadelphia Pa. president Jewish Chautauqua Society. Address Dr. William Rosenau Bal- timore Md. Music. Greetings Rabbi Henry Berkowitz Philadelphia chancellor Jewish Chau- tauqua Society. Resume of Chautaqua Activities Miss ' Jeanete Goldberg secretary Jewish Chautauqua Society. Music. Closing Prayer and Benediction Rabbi M. M. Eich'er Buffalo ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Friday December 17 1920. shall be no more than one region in any one city. Such regional unions shall be entitled to elect one member on the National Executive Commit- tee for three thousund of its mem- bers or a majority fraction thereof subject to any change of a majority vote of the convention. Resolution 4. No districts shall be entitled to recognition unless it ful- fils such requirements as the Na- tional Executive Committee shall prescribe for the formation and func- tioning of such districts. Resolution 6. Tin National Exec- utive Committee shall assume no fi- nancial obligation for the adminis- trative or organization costs of any district organization or regional unions. Resolution . AffiKatiCon of Jewish Drganizations in Pu'estine Work in Districts: Recognized district organ- izations shall have the right to allow the affiliation of local Jewish organ- izations interested in the Palestine activities of the Zionist organization. Such affiliated organization shall be entitl...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

Page Twenty-Six THE JEWISH MONITOR CAMPBELL GLASS ft PAINT CO. Ray Heston Mgr. Phone Lamar 1402. 708 Hous- ton St Fort Worth Texaa. '. NOTICE! NOTICE! The Day and Forwards the two leading dailies printed in He- brew. Keep up with the news of your nation in your own language. For sale at TSA.NSFER NEWS CO. 10th and HoustoB Streets DILWORTH'S TERMINAL PHARMACY Beat Prescription Service. Corner Main and Front Sts. Open All Night Tel L 531 Fort Worth Texas TRANSFER DRUG STORE The Prescription Corner. Phone Lamar 444. Houston St at Tenth. GRADY BARCROFT ft BROWN - REAL ESTATE 001 Flatiron Bldg. Lamar 093 Fort Worth Texas. Oscar Seligman W. L Foster Let ns do it We know How INSURANCE THAT INSURES Money for Building Purposes SELIGMAN. FOSTER ft CO. Phone L. 179. Office 624 Texas State Bank Building H. VEAL JEWELL A SON (H. C. Jewell A Son) 208 W. Cth. St Fort Worth. The Rental AgvnU of the City Real Estate A Fire Insurance) FIRST NATIONAL BANK Fort Worth Texas "A Good Bank to Bank With" Ca...

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