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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 January 1921

0) Friday, January 14, 1021. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pat a Stm Dave Paul, David Goldberg and J. M. Dampf were hostesses to a social af ternoon Monday given at the Temple. The entire affair was very original, the invitations issued read: "Bring a needle, A Thimble, too And well give you Some work to do." Each guest was met at the door and her waist measure was taken, the price of admission was a penny for every inch. This caused quite a bit of amusement as some of the "stouter" ladies .refused to be measured. Mrs. Dave Friedner received the prize for the smallest waist measure and Mrs. Joseph Alexandria the largest The first feature of the afternoon was spent in hemming articles used for the Da yNursery. A prize was awarded Mrs. H. Schack for being the first to finish hers. - The main feature was a style show, of the early spring hats. Each guest made her own hat out of crepe paper, and tnen after the judge's were se lected, each guest modeled her hat Really, "Rawork" and "Cecille" mod el...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 January 1921

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 14, 1921. EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texae ... Rabbi Martin Zlelonka Rabbi David Lefkowltx Rabbi David Roaanbaum Rabbi Henry Cohan Rabbi A. Werna Rabbi A. E. Abramowltx Rabbi Wolfa Maeht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi Samuel Roalnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Joa. Blatt Rabbi Morria Tallar Rabbi Chaa. B. Lati Arkansas Rabbi Leonard Rothatein Rabbi Joseph H. Stoll Rabbi A. B. Rhine Louisiana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Merflald EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor BILLY SUNDAY AND AMERICA. Billy Sunday, the famous evangelist, has issued an inter view in which he defends the movement for the Sunday Blue Laws. He denies in the inter view that he is in favor of abol ishing tobacco, or that he is a leader in the anti-tobacco reform movement. He does say, how ever, that "a man can be a Chris tian and use tobacco, but it is my private opinion he would be a better Christian if he didn't." Just why one can't be as good a Christian when smoking a cigar as when he d...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 January 1921

. Friday, January 14, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine the un-American track when they plead for justice to all, con sideration for the rights of all, and above everything, a deep f undametal and holy reverence for the ideals, implications and teachings of the great immortal documents, upon which our de mocracy, our safety and our lib erty are founded. Perhaps they are on the wrong track but our feeling is that not they but Bil ly Sunday and those who are with him, are wrong and we further feel that the ideals of America will not be destroyed by the masses of real Americans! FUNERAL OF MRS. SARAH GOLD STICK. The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Goldstick, who died in New York City, January 9, took place from the home of her daughter, Mrs Joseph Goldgraber, 1315 S. Henderson, Wednesday morn ing at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Goldstick was a pioneer resident of this city, having come to Fort Worth thirty years ago. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. Joseph Goldgraber and four sons: George, Sam, Will and Rufus...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 January 1921

Pa? Tin THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 14, 1921. GERMAN DIVINES AGAINST ANTI-SEMITISM. Batteries at a New Price Level Effective with the I publication of this an nouncement, Willard Batteries will be sold on a new and materially lower price level. The same Willard quality backed by the same authorized Wil lard Service, Fort Worth Battery Company 1019 MONROE STREET LAMAR 1959 WkoA Berlin, Germany. "The Society to Combat Anti-Semitism" here has ar ranged a series of mass meetings, at which well known ministers and priests of the Catholic and Protestant church appear together making speeches against anti-Semitism. The speeches are made in the name of Chrstiianity and German patriotism and the population is asked not to be misled by anti-Semitic agitation. All meetings have been well attended, although most of the public are Jews. Accounts of the meetings published in the liberal press are the only re sults. In comparison 'with the meetings held by the society a year ago, which were...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 January 1921

Friday, January 14, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Paffe Sieve 0 ' GALVESTON. Mrs. H. Kempner Presents Temple an Organ. To an audience that taxed the seat ing capacity of Temple B'nai Israel, the new organ, a gift to Dr. Cohen'a congregation by Mrs. H. Kempner, was dedicated at the usual Friday evening service, yesterday. Immedately following Psalm 150 and the dedicatory blessing, Mr. Hu T. Huffmaster played "The Lost Chord," by Sullivan, and "Andantno"' by Lemare. The evenng service was sung by the synagogue quartette (Mr. and Mrs, J. N. Spurway, Mrs. E. B. Holman and Alfred Dreyfus) wth Miss Laura Park, the Temple or gainst, at the organ. Mrs. Ralph Fra part sang "Fear Ye Not, 0 Israel," by Dudley Buck, and the choir ren dered "Doth Not Wisdom Cry?" by Rogers, accompanied by Miss Park, and following the benedicton by the rabbi, Miss Park played the postlude "Festival March," by Stebbins. Both musical artists brought out the ex cellences of the new Pitcher organ, as only virtuosi can, an...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 January 1921

THE JE WIS H M6W ITOR Friday, January 14, 1921. Page Twelve Goptgeld's Bakery 1005 Houston St. Fort Worth, Texas My well known line of products is at your disposal: Rye Bread Pumpernickle Bread Poppy Seed Rolls Poppy Seed Twists Twisted Egg Bread (Fridays) Prompt attention given to out of town orders NO ORDER FILLED FOR LESS THAN $2.00 Shipments made by Express only. Announcement We have succeeded the Farrar Lumber Company of Fort Worth, at 201 West Railroad avenue. The purchase of this business was made by Walter B. Sloan on or about January 1st, 1921, for himself and associates, who have organized the SLOAN LUMBER COMPANY, to continue the business under the new name with Waller B. Sloan in charge. We wish to thank our friends and acquaintances for having helped us get started in business and assure them that we will exert our best efforts to make this your slogan: SLOAN'S FOR BUILDING MATERIAL" Sloan Lumber Company 201 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE Phone Lamar 1147 WALTER B. SLOAN Presiden...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 January 1921

Friday, January 14, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pag Thirteen MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN OF THE HEBREW SHELTERING AND IMMIGRANT AID SOCIETY OF AMERICA. The Organization Which Has Rescued Thousands of Jewish Souls in Eu rope and Facilitated Their Rejoining Their Families in America, Wishes to Increase Its Membership of 110, 000 to 200,000 The Two-Fold Im portance of the Campaign. A campaign to increase the number of members of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of Amer ica, with headquarters at 229 East Broadway, New York, has just been launched. This National Jewish Organ ization which has branches in all the port cities of America and a commis sion in Europe has, during the past nine months, literally saved thous ands of Jewish souls and facilitated their rejoining their relatives in the United States. The Hebrew Sheltering and Immi grant Aid Society of America, num bers at present over 110,000 members throughout the cities and states of the country. Mr. Albert Rosenblatt, chair ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 January 1921

Page Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 14, 1921. MY GIFT. It is I who gave and am giving All the bounty of my soul. It is I who lived and my living To subscribe to honor's croll. i ' . , Yet offtimes my tired eyes will wan der.. To the joyous, care-free throng. Then these are the times that I ponder If my Life's choice was not wrong. My own face is care-worn and weary, While their's are youthful and gay, My own life is empty and dreary While theirs' is a roseate way. Is it right I serve for the others, When my heart cries aloud for cheer? Is it meant I give to my brothers, While a million more are near? Yet I may be paid in the gloaming, With that love, boundless and best, And my gift to mortals, unknowing I leave as a last bequest. Rose Strauss. THE AMERICAN JEWISH RELIEF COMMITTEE. More than 600,000 Jewish children in Poland are in dire need of food, clothing and medicine and will require this relief at least until the next har vest, according to Henry H. Rosenfelt, nati...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 January 1921

Friday, January 14, 1921. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Texas, In the District Court, dis"' County TeXtt' Alr" Term A To the Sheriff or any Constable of Tar rant County, Oreetlnfj: You are hereby commanded, that by making publication of this Citation in the County of Tarrant four consecutive weeks previous to the return day hereof you summon H. T. Vernon whose residence Is "nk.nown t0 e and appear before the District Court, to be holden In and for the County of Tarrant, at the Court House thereof, In the City of Fort Worth, on the first Monday In April A. D. 1921, the same being; the 4th day of said month, then and there to answer the First Am ended OrlRlnal Petition of H. R. Ellen berger, Intervenor, in cause No. 63118, Bl ed January 6th, 1921, wherein R. E. Stev onson, for the use and benefit of the Guaranty State Bank of Fort Worth, Texas, a corporation Is plaintiff, filed In said Court, on the 10th day of June A. D. 1920, against H. T. Vernon as defendant, aid suit being...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 January 1921

Page Sixteen THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY Y THE MONITOR PUBLISHING GO. 'Phone, Lamar S40 DR. OEORQE FOX EDITOR LOUIE MORRIS Suelneoo Manager T '. ' Offloera I Dr. George Fox Preeldent Sam Llpehlta Vice-President Leale Morris Secretary-Treasurer The liter li not responsible (or rliwi ex pressed by contributor. Anonymous letters will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort Worth Postofflse as Beeond Claaa Mall Matter by tha Moni tor Publishing Company. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 14, 1921. JEWISH CALENDAR 8881.1820 Naw Taar'a Eva 8un., Sept. It Tom Klppur Wad., Sept. It Buocoth (First Day) . ...Mon., Sept 17 Succoth (Last Day flhimlnl- Atiereth) Mon., Oct 4 Blmchatch Terah ...Tues., Oct. I Roach-Chodeach Cheavan Wed., Oct. II Roech-Chodeech IClslev ..Frl., Nor. It Chanukah (Feast of Dedica tion ..) Mon., Deo. I Roech-Chodeich Tebeth..8un., ..Deo. 11 Fast of Tebeth Tuea., Deo. 11 B6S1. 1921 Roech-Chodesch Bhebat ....Mon., Jan. 10 Roech-Chodeech Adar Wed., Feb. t Roeeh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

r .The X JU. - : I Eli i is m ' . '' MOM DP. GEOPGE F0X.ED1T0P 70 c-VC LEADim.JmisH JoupiWyL'KGPEATSommES. VOL. X. NO. 18. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1921. Price 5 Cents. In France a century ago they spent millions of dollars every year printing infidel literature to prove that the Bible was a bad book. If the argu ments advanced in those days were true, then we would expect to find a copy of the Bible in the hip pocket of every gunman, and it would be a part of the kit of every burglar. France did not get very far in its fght against the word of God. It is true that the Bible was suppressed for a while, and that God was denied, but the result was that hell broke loose and France has not yet recovered from the effects of the onslaught against the Bible. It isn't so long ago that you could buy n ordinary man for $7 in the Fiji n'hkfts. Today you can not buy mn Mere for t7,OOu00 a thousand chun hes built upon the Bible te'l the story. Bible Best Seller Among All Boo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 21, 1021. BOARD MEETING MARK CLOSE OF TOUR. Official cognizance of the success full termination of the country-wide tour by lay speakers will be taken, and a memorial service for the late Jacob H. Schiff will be held, in con nection with the semi-annual meeting of the Executive Board of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the annual meeting of the Board of Managers of the Department of Synagog and School Extension, in Cincinnati, January 14th, 15th and 16th. The Executive Board will be the first opportunity of the members to formally and collectively honor the memory of one of their co-workers in the cause of Judaism. Jacob H. Schiff, as a member of the Executive Board of the Union, gave of his genius and his material resources to the support of the institutions of the Union. It is in the building of one of these institu tions, of the Hebrew Union College, that the service in his memory will be held in conjunction with the regul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

9 THE JEWISH MONITOR Par Thm Friday, January 21, 1921. ORGANISATION WORK OP BAIN BRIDGE, GA., SOCIETY. 0 The Temple Guild of Bainbridge, 1 Ga., has an offspring:. Mrs. L. A. Friedman, president of the organiza tion, together with several members, recently vjsited Quincy, Fla., where a tS) Sisterhood was organized through their efforts. The Temple Guild has come into the limelight in Bainbridge for although smaller than any other organization it has collected three times as much money in the Red Cross Membership drive as any other local congregational society. The Guild has just completed a bazaar for the sale of fancy work made by the members. iti i Several hundred dollars were realized. tV4 Hear Addrees on Catholodsm. "Are you broad-minded,! Do you wish to get your neighbors point of view!" These questions appeared on the announcement card of the Decem ber meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of Temple Beth-El, Detroit, at which an address on Catholocism was de livered. The speaker was...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 21, 1921, I FORT WORTH NEWSll NOTICE. Regular meeting of Iiidor Straus Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., flnt and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. 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 Sholem: Fri day evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath Scheol Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 6460, Rosedale 5S83, or 455. The Council of Jewish Women was hostess at a tea at the Art Exhibit at Carnegie Public Library Tuesday af ternoon. Mrs. Arthur Simon, being chairman for the afternoon. Mrs. E. R. Cockrell gave a lecture on the ex hibit and Mrs. Emanuel Toomirn gave a reading. A large crowd attended. A good time was enjoyed by all. The following...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

(I THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 21, 1921. Omaha, Neb.; Esther Weber, Katie Cohen, Ruth Gilbert, Ruth Wolffson, Ida Greines, Evelyn Goldstein, Leona Cohen, Ida Rubenstein, Ruth Lubin, of New York; Mrs. H. S. Miller and the hostess. Mrs. H. S. Miller honored her guests Miss Tillie Lehman of New York and Sadie AngTist of Dallas, with a Girl's Stag at her home. All of the guests were attired in mten's wearing appar el and would have passed as the Beau Brummeh of Fort Worth had one not known they were young ladies. Bunco was the diversion of the evening. The high score prize was awarded to Miss Leona Cohen, the guest prize to Gussie VANridberg ai.d the consolation to Miss ' Estelle Shanblum. A regular stag lun cheon was served to Misses Etta Katz zenstein, Eileen Brodkey, Gussie Gold berg, Tillie Lehman, Sadie Angrist, Annie Weingarten, Carrie Bloomberg, Lenore Wolf.Ruth Wolfson,Anna Les sor, Ruth Gilbert, Estelle Shanblum, Evelyn Goldstein, Leona Cohen, Bloo ma Kaplan, Sophia Dale...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

Page Six TYLER. Mrs. Louis Marmar entertained the Thursday Bridge Club last week.. Mrs. L. Jarinka won the cjub prize and Mrs. Maurce Klotz the guest prize. Dainty refreshments of chicken salad, olives, angel food cake and ice cream were served at the conclusion of the games. Out of town guests were Mrs. Maurice Klotz of Napoleonville, La., Mrs. J. Emold and Miss Pearl Goldstucker of Wichita Falls and Miss Charlotte Hel ler of Buffalo, N. Y. Miss Helen Goldstein honored the out of town guests with a bridge party Saturday afternoon. Miss Celia Golen ternek won high score prize and Miss Charlotte Heller cut the guest prize. Appetizing refreshments were served to the invited guests: Misses Celia Golenternek, Ethel and Ruth Fried lander, Minnie Cohen, Beatrice Gold stucker, Sophia Schoenfeld, Rae San dolosky, Nathalia Liebreich, Charlotte Heller of Buffalo, N. Y.; Pearl Gold stucker of Wichita Falls; and Mes dames J. Wolf, A. Brown, J. Emold of Wichita Falls and Maurice Klotz ot Napoleo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

Friday, January 21, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Far 8tm Sylvia Lebenson honored Misses Nat alie and Frances Jane Levin of Dallas, house guests of their aunt, Mrs. Ben Kaufman, with a delightful theatre luncheon Wednesday afternoon. The group of children, attired in their daintiest party clothes, made an at tractive picture at the Wichita Thea tre. Later they were served a delicious luncheon in the private dining room at Kemp Hotel The guest list includ ed little Misses Julia Anne Friedner, Alma and Irma Swatt, Sadye Shain, Ruth Paul, Jeanette Markowitz, Helen Loeb, Isabelle Stone, Lamar Johnson, Natalie and Frances Jane Levin, and Nathaline and Helen Sylvia Lebenson; Masters Daniel Cohen, Harry Shain, Richard Pink and' Samuel and L. J. Spitz. Mrs. Saul Lebenson and Mrs, Dave Friedner chaperoned the little tots. Mrs. Efromyson of Indianapolis, Ind., and Mrs. Scholsberg of Henrietta have returned to their homes after a delightful visit with Mrs. Louis Pink. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Riesenberg le...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Fridayf January 21, 1921. EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texae Rabbl Martin Zlelonka Rabbi David Lefkowltx -Rabbi David Roienbaum Rabbi Henry Cohan Rabbi A. Werne Rabbi A. E. Abramowltz Rabbi Wolf Macht . Dr. R. Farber Rabbi Samuel Roalnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Oklahoma , i . Rabbi Joa. Blatt Rabbi Morrla Teller ; Rabbi Chat. B. LaU Arkanaaa , Rabbi Leonard Rothateln Rabbi Joteph H. Stoli Rabbi A. B. Rhine Loulalana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Merfleld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor THE "RICH-AS-A-JEW MYTH An economist recently gave out the names of the richest es tates in the United States, and the amounts of their holdings The Rockefellers led the list with $5,000,000,000. Then follow.-, the list of some seventy-five families whose worth runs from the Rockefeller sum down to the poorer class the $50,000,000 class. The Guggenheim inter ests are rated at $300,000,000 and of course that is not thu wealth of the Guggenheim fam ily ; then comes the Schif f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

0 Friday, January 21, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine American and tin-Christian agitation." In publishing the protest, Mr. Spargo explainefl that nobody of Jewish birth or ancestry had anything to do with its initiation or prepa ration. He explains also that he sent the copy to President Wilson with no thought of having him sign it, but merely, with the idea of obtaining his informal approval of the move to have it prepared. But the ' ' President insisted upon hav ing his own signature at tached to it. In addition to hip. signature, the protest bears also those of Mr. Taf t, Mc Colby, Mr. Lansing and Mr. Bryan. The signatures of a number of outstanding leaders of the Christian de nominations, including Car dinal O'Connell, Evangeline Booth, Archbishop Hayes of New York, Lyman Abbott, John Haynes Holmes and others, are attached, and , those of public men of na t' tional prominence like Theo- 0 ' dore Roosevelt, Ben B. Llnd sey, Raymond B. Fosdick, Nicholas Murray Butler and a gre...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

0 THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 21,. 1921. Page Tan SHREVEPORT. SOth Anniversary of B'nal Krith Lodge The fiftieth anniversary of the es tablishment of the B'nai Zion Temple in Shreveport was celebrated Monday night with an appropriate program of eloquent addresses and beautiful mu sic. The temple was packed with more than 500 people, who had gathered to witness the beautiful rites that mark ed the completion of the half-century of service of this organization in this city. The speaker of the evening was Rabbi David Lefkowitz of Dallas, and who has but recently come to this district from Dayton, Ohio. Rabbi Lef kowitz spoke on "The Higher Loyal ties" and stressed the duty of the Jew ish people for unwavering fealty to the United States. Victor H Hexter of Dallas, also de livered an eloquent address. He is grand president of the district grand lodge number seven, which comprises eight southern states. A. B. Freyer, of this city is vice-president of this district The introductory...

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