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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

Friday, January 21, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOB Page EIotm SHERMAN. The Council of Jewish Women held their regular monthly meeting at the home 'of Mrs. Ray Tillman, on South Travis street A new member was voted into the council, Mrs. S. Hirsch of Denison. The main business of the meeting was the organization of the study circle, which will be held the last Thursday of each month. Mrs. Jake Weingarten told of the suc cess she had in being able to help the day nursery of Sherman with butter weekly, given through the courtesy of Mr. S. S. Lard, president of the Mis tletoe creamery of Fort Worth. A rising vote of thanks was extended to Mr. Lard. The sewing circle of the Jewish Women's (Council met at the home of Miss Amelia Dupplemeyer, on South Crockett street The council study circle will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. E. Sauer, on South Crockett street. Mr. William I. Koplan left for St. Louis on a business trip. Mr. Sam Writs of Mlneola was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Wein...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

Pag Twelvt THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 21, 1021. 1 v . news from Dallas Dr. Lcfkowitz to Preach of Value of Jewish Race. -At- the regular service Friday even ing at 8 o'clock at Temple Emanu-El South Boulevard at South Harwood street, Dr. Lofkowitz delivered a ser mon on "The Contributions of the Jew to Civilization." Beginning Sunday morning, the teachers of the Sunday school will meet at 9:15 o'clock, and the regular assembly of the children of the Sun day school will take place at 10 t o'clock. The Bible class meetings will be resumed Tuesday evening at 8 o'cock at Temple Annex. The book of Deuteronomy will be studied. Greenstein-Glassman. A marriage of interest to the many friends of the contracting parties was that of Miss Frances Greenstein and Isadore A. Classman, which was sol emnized at the Shaareth Israel Syn agogue Wednesday evening, with the Rev. I. Werne officiating. Mrs. Emma Purvin Coleman, cous in of the groom, played Mendells gohn's processional and the brida...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

Friday, January 21, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen The Great Open B, B Meeting ' " i A. B. FREYEU First Vice-President, District No. 7, I. 0. B. B., Shreveport, La. HENRY GERNSBACIIER First President of the Lodtre and For mer General Committeeman. The largest and best open meeting held in the history of the Fort Worth B'nai B'rith Lodge, was held Sunday night in the new Temple Beth-El. The orator of the occasion was Bro. A. B. Freyer of Shreveport, La., first vice-president of District No. 7. The ini tiation team was in full dress and the ritual was recited from mem ory. The following took part : T V Cl...t.l.. H f l n ni n'li j u. i . ouaiiuiuiii. master oi vpremonips : r.np i.i norr nnvo in. . ' V v LOUIS F. SHANBLUM ton, Dr. E. Toomim, Dr. Maurice Cohn, Abe Rosensrein, Dr. Antweil Former Secretary, and Now General x and Alex Marshall. Dr. George Fox introduced Mr. Shanblum, who acted also as chairman of the evening. Messrs. Henry Gernsbacher and U. M. Simon, two tried wor...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

Pkc Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR PRESIDENT GUEST OP HONOR. Miss Rose Brenner, president of the Council of Jewish Women, was the guest of honor, at a recent meeting of the Jamaica (L. I.) section, when she delivered an address on the en larged program of the Council. Attend National Conventions. Miss Rose Brenner, president and Mrs. Harry Sternberger, Executive Secretary, attended the Convention of the Women's Health Foundation, which was held in New York City. Miss Brenner, in behalf of the Council, offered a set of resolutions, urging the need for improved sanitary provisions in the rural distrcts, and Mrs. Stern berger addressed the convention on "The Health Activities of the Council" in the absence of Dr. Luba R. Gold smith, National Chairman of the Sub committee Public Health, who was unable to attend the sessions. Mrs. Sternberger also represented the Council at a conference in New York City, under the auspices of the Mvfinn Picture Theatrical Association (M. P. T. A.) an intern...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

Friday, January 21, 1921. MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE OF AC TION RETURN TO LONDON AFTER TRIP TO PALES TINE. London: (By I. J. P. B.) Two of the members of tha select committee of action, Julius Simon and Nehemiah DeLima, who have recently made trip to Palestine, have just returned here with great enthusiasm and ex pression of satisfaction at the pro gress of Zionist activity in Palestine. The two members of the committee together with Robert Said of the Am erican Zionist Organization have gone to Palestine to learn at first hand of conditions prevailing in the Holy Land. THE JEWISH MONITOR EXPECTED SPLIT IN THE ENG LISH POALE ZION ORGAN. IZATION. London: (By I. J. P. B.) The annu al conference of the English Poale Zion organization opened here today, and it seems that it will result in a split similar to that of the conference held Vienna last August into a "right" and "left' wing, with a consequent desertion of the party by the left wing. While the majority of the British Poale Zion belon...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 21 January 1921

Friday, January 21, 1921. Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WIKKLY B)V THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'hons, Lamar Uto DR. OIORQK FOX BDITOH LOUIS MOWB1S .mint- Manager Officers Dr. George Fox 'v.:",Er."!5wl! Sam Llpehlts Vloe-Praaldent Leuls Merrls Beorotary-Troaa w The editor t net reeponslble (or Ylews ex- iriiHi) by contributors. Anonymous otters will receive no consideration. Intered In tho Fort Worth PoitoffUo as Second Class Mall Matter by tho Moni tor Publishing Company. JEWISH CALENDAR MIL 1I20" Now Tear's Eva Bun., Sept. II Tom Klppur Wad., Sept II Succoth (First Day) ....Mon., Sept 17 Succoth (Last Day -flhlmlnl- Atsareth) Mon., Oct 4 Simchateh Torah Tum., Oct. I Roaeh-Chodaach Chaavan Wad., Oct. II Roech-Chedeach Klalev ..Fit, Not. 11 Chanukah (Faaat of Dedica tion ..) Mon., Dae. I Roach-Chodeech Tebeth..Bun., ..Dae. 11 Faat of Tabath Tuaa., Dae. 11 MI1.1I21 Roach-Chodeech Bhebat ....Mon., Jan. 10 Roach-Chodaach Adar Wad., Feb. I Roach-Chodeech Va 'a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

m f FW MM DP. GEORGE FOX, D TOP '7 J -V. - ' III 0 V. t t ; I If: I EKi 111 Xl as Yeadm? Jemsh MmWWiTTHE great Smthwes. VOL. X. NO. 19. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921. Price 5 Cents. The recently published cable dis-' patch which the Vienna conference of the Regional Directors of the Joint distribution Committee sent to Amer ica, calling for larger funds to lessen the distress in the war countries, dealt only with immediate relief. It was for this form of relief that the conference had been informed only three million dollars were available for a period of eight months, an amount which the Regional Directors declared would not permit them to do more than a fifth of the work they had been doing, although the need was greater now than ever. The Vienna conference, however, did not confine itself to immediate relief alone the first gathering of the Regional Direc tors afforded and opportunity for a thorough consideration of the various problems of the relief work, so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

O THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Two construction began with the repair ing of houses damaged during the war. To build new ones would have required enormous sums, so it was decided to repair all those it was still possible to repair. At the same time, however, a building and loan association has been formed which grants loans for the construction of homes. Loans are likewise granted to v traders and artisans. From this may be seen the work of reconstruction has brought about an economic ,' and sociall revival in Rumania. The same may be expect ed in all other countries once this work becomes possible there. Indeed, these efforts at reconstruction from the brightest and most valuable chap ter in the story of the relief work. HIAS COMMISSIONER AND UNIT SAIL Hebrew Sheltering and Imigrant Aid Society of America Sends Commis sioners and Workers Abroad. On Thursday of last week, Jan uary 20th on the S. S. Imperator, the Commissioners and members of the unit of workers selected by the He brew Sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

Friday, January 28, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Par ThrM ice board with the Jewish Welfare ' Board. Mrs. D. Fannie Schluger, public school teacher, formerly connected with Travelers Aid Society. Wm. M. Kolodin, ex-officer United States Army, expert accountant. David M. Kushner, graduate Col lege of the City of New York, ex-of-cer United States Army, connected with Hebrew Free Loan Society of New York. William S. Resnick(1 lawyer and journalists, editorial staff Jewish Morning Journal. Israel Bernstein, active in Jewish Relief Work. Aaron Benjiman, lawyer and com munal worker, Brooklin, N. Y. Judge Pam, Mr. Benjiman and very likely obher workers will go abroad early in February. Messrs. Mcyerson and Held and the others left as stated above, on the Imperator. The Society feels that these Com missioners and unit board, it will be able to continue the great hu manitarian and life saving work en tered upon a year ago. The Com missioners need no introduction to American Jewry. They are well ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 28, 1921. i and Messrs. Ernest Marx, Bernard JcJ seph. Leon Friedlander, Sol Brach man, Harold Goodman, Louis Lipshitz and Dr. Maurice Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Heninger assisted the hostess in entertaining. Ifort worth newsI NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., first and third Wednesdays of each month at S t'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 5460, Rosedale 6383, or 455. Biographical Sketch of A. B. Freyer Mr. A. B. Freyer, of Shreveport, La. has been a member of the B'nai B'ritr Lodge for a number of ye...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

Friday, January 28, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR - v 'J' or H"I1 iiiiniim' i inn q -m i f i 1 1 I i n n i ") . A . V ; The B'nai B'rith Luncheon Club. One of the best attended meetings of the club was held Thursday. Hugh Nu Kent Fitzgerald of the Fort Worth Record delivered a lecture on the "Jew in America." It was a treat. Mrs Dan Brown and Miss May Hudgin: furnishe'd the music. Mrs. Brown sang three solos, and received the hearty applause of those present. The attend ance 'at the luncheons is increasing Dr. E. Toomlms will speak next Thurs day and Dr. Maurice Cohen will be the chairman of the day. Make res ervations by calling Dr. Cohen, Lamar 1031. Page Five i February 15th, at the Temple. Admis. sion 50 cents. Mr. Losh expects to make this one of the finest concerts of the year. Particulars will be announc ed later. DEDICATION LN ALBANY. Apollo ChoruH in Temple Beth-El Concert. The Apollo Chorus, under the lead ership of Prof. Sam Losh of the Tem ple Beth-El choir, will present the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

Page Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 28, 1921.' ' WACO NEWS. Wedding Party Named. The following will be included in the Lieberman-Fred wedding party on the 30th of January, when Miss Lib bie Fred i3 to become Mrs. Lieberman of Detroit. Miss Esther Weber, maid-of-honor; Mr 9. Isadore Fred, matron of honor; Misses Janet Marks, Naomi Katz, Ruth Levinski, Bluma and Sadie Kap lan as bridesmaids. Mrs. Eisenberg will assist at the wedd'ng reception. The ushers are to be Isadore Fred, Maurice Isenberg. The groomsmen will be Joe Roscoe, Irving Weber Morton Gordon, of Detroit; Abe Gol lob and Harold Lieberman. The groom is Samuel Lieberman of Detroit. Mrs. EiMenbcrg Bridge Hostess. Complimenting Miss Libbie Fred, the bride-to-be, Mrs. Maurice Eisen berg entertained with a bridge lunch eon on Thursday, and in a very beau tiful decorative scheme favored the white narcissus as table decoration and individual favors. Crystal candlesticks held rose can dles and were placed in a mound of ros...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

Friday, January ,28, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Par Seren desecration of faia love, makes you doubly guilty. For if we by tradition have murdered his body you by vio lating his precepts, have murdered the soul. When you cease to hate your neighbors, Mr. Ford and learn to love them as yourself, you will not only be well loved, but will fin greater favor in the sight of Christ Remember too, my friend, that even as Jews, we have the very principles of our own faith instilled within us. In this grand age of religious toler ance, all men regardless of creed, live up to the ideals Christ has inculcated and good mothers imbue them from the cradle to the grave. If you would visit a few of the countries leading juvenile and penal insitutitions, you would be chagrined to place in your "hate diary" a very meager number of delinquent Jews. Now as to your radical inferences. I wish you would lay this country's statistics face up, so that you might see how largely these ranks are com prised of eith...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 28, 1921. EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texae Rabbi Martin Zlelonka Rabbi David Lefkowlts Rabbi David Roaenbaum Rabbi Henry Cohen Rabbi A. Werne Rabbi A. E. Abramowltz , Rabbi Wolfe Macht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi 8amuel Roalnger ' EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Joa. Blatt Rabbi Morris Teller Rabbi Chat. B. Latx Arkanaae Rabbi Leonard Rotheteln Rabbi Joaeph H. Stoll " Rabbi A. B. Rhine Loulalana . Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Merfleld . EDITORIAL ' RABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor THE JEW; AND THE BIBLE.! Recently we were told that a ;i certain gentleman knew a good! deal about the Bible. That didn't seem very strange, for this par ticular man was a cultured gen. tleman. He was neither a mm-'. ister nor what one would call a Bible student. He had as a mat ter pf cultural interest grounded himself in the knowledge of the content of the Bible. He felt that as a man who had read much, it was necessary for him to know something of that which the greatest and the mostpo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

Friday. January 28, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine I 0 ) 0 ) 0 3 00 his own, will be the hardest hit, if the bill becomes a law, simply because he is a citizen of all lands even those that don't, want him. The average Ameri-1 can is not prejudiced against the Jew as a Jew but against all foreigners, and foreign legisla tion will include the Jew as it does all others, the others may remain in the countries of theit nativity, while the Jew in many lands may not and thus he gets the harder hit. We, for our part, hope that the Major will be successful with the other forces, in bringing about a condition of things whereby those who feel the call to Palestine may find there a ha ven of refuge and a place to earr an honorable and an independent living without fear of loss of life! . THE AMERICAN ISRAELITE IS RIGHT. Our valued contemporary, the American Israelite, has decided to "cut out" writing about Ford and his sheet. We think that the Israelite is about right. Now that the non-Jews...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 28, 1921. Page Tin , The United Synagogue, he stated had greatly benefited the congregations now affiliated with it, and was con stantly enlarging its scope and field activity. During the year text books had been prepared and distributed The "United Synagogue Recorder," with Dr. Charles I. Hoffman as its editor, has been established as the official organ, making its possible to keep the members in touch with the work of its fellow-members through out the organization. A directory of Rabbis, giving their ramies, addresses and telephone numbers will be issued to help traveling men and women, who desire to be put in touch with ho tels and restaurants which provide kosher food. In addition a list of pac kage foods reasonably free from "Tre fah" ingredients will be prepared to help housewives who are anxious to keep the Dietary Laws. However, the keynote to the solving of the difficul ties that confront the Americna Jew is to be found said Doctor Solomo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

Friday, January 28, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fat IUtm NATIONAL FEDERATION of TEMPLE SISTERHOODS LAMAR 6U4 BINYON-O'KEEFE FIREPROOF tTORAOl CO. Olfloe and Warehouse: 1th and Calhoun FORT WORTH, TIXAB 0 BAZAARS AND BAZAARS Everybody knows what a Bazaar is, something new. The one which Sis terhoo of Temple Beth El, Providence, R. I., gave on Wednesday evening Dec. 1, and on the afternoon and evening of Dec. 2nd., combined bus iness with entertainment. All the booths were decorated so as to sug gest Mother Goose characters. Mrs. ! p . Caesar Misch, president of the Sister hood, who was Mother Goose, wrote parodies on the famous children's ver ses for each booth. The next profit of the Bazaar was $2200. With an aditional $1000 raised last spring, the Sisterhood will make im provements on the eTrrtple organ and lighting system-, pay this year's salary increase of the choir and con tribute $1000 towards the Temple's debt All the Committee chairmen and members cooperated in making the Bazaa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

Page'Twelve -THE JEWISH! MONITOR Friday, January 28, 2921. NEWS FROM DALLAS I Miss Elsie Lansky entertained with a' Surprise party Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. M. H. Goldberg 2730 Grand avenue, honoring th'i birthday of Miss Sadie Angrist. Aftei; the guests had enjoyed a number of games and contests, refreshments were served. The honoree was re membered with many beautiful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kriss enter tained at the home, 908 Marion street, Tuesday evening in honor of their cousin, Harry Goltz, of Sapulpa Okla., and his bride-to-be, Miss Sadie Truzen of St. Louis, who has been the guest of Mrs. Goltz. Mrs. Asher Kleinman, mother of Mrs. Kriss, as sisted in the entertainment, and after an evening of various diversions, re freshments were served. The fol lowing guests were present: Miss Sadie Truzene, Mr. Goltz, Misses Lil ly Goltz, Fannie Proveme, Emma Stoffman, Ray Brunstcin, Emmie Kriss, Niama Stoffman, and Messrs Sam Roebuck, Sol Kleinmian, Harry, Kriss, Jake Kleinm...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR 0 0 O Friday, January 28, 1921. TOUR EXTENDS TO CANADA. . The tour of lay speakers for Juda ism, under the auspices of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, is extending its influence, not only from border to border and coast to coast in the United States, but also into Canada. The Jews of Montreal, Canada, assembled in a very large meeting on Friday evening, Dec. 10, to hear addresses by Judge Daniel P. Hays of New York City, member of the executive board of the union; Mrs. Joseph Kruger and Mr. Maxwell Goldstein. The three speakers sound ed the theme which was the purpose of the meeting the survival and re vival of Judaism. Mr. Hays spoke on "What the Union of American He brew Congregations Has Done for the Jew;" Mrs. Kruger on "What Reform Has Done for Jewish Womanhood,' and Mr. Goldstein on "What Temple Emanu-El Has Done for Montreal Jewry." Religion is a question which is near the heart of Montreal's Jewish com- munity. All that has been done any where ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 January 1921

- Page Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 28, 1921. delphia, New York, Chicago, Bostor and Newark branches of the United Synagogue. , Amongst others, the following res olutions were adopted: 1. That the Committee on Organ ization take steps to strengthen the organization and extend its activities by the formation of District Zones to be established throughout the United States and Canada, which shall be the charge of a field director named in each zone, whose duty it shall be to canvass the various communities and to report to the Executive Director who in turn should make Report to the National Council for its action. 2. That the Rabbis in the various zones encourage the exchange of pul zones in he various cities and their vi cinities, for in this way the spirit of co-operation among the Jews in neigh boring communities will be developed 3. That the Convention Committee on Education notes with satisfactior the progress of the Educational Ac tivities of the United Synagogue...

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