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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 February 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR J1 Page Five Friday February 4 1921. Mr. and Mrs. B. Landsman returned from Waco alter attending the Fred- Lieberman wedding. While there they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Adams. COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN. Miss Rose Brenner president of the Council of Jewish Women has been invited to address the State Confer ence of New York Pennsylvania New Jersey Connecticut and Rhode Island. Our Youngest Daughter. The most recent addition to the ranks of the Council is York Pa. This section with a membership exceeding one hundred women was organized under the direction of Mrs. William Loeb of Providence R. I. National Chairman of Council Extension. Mrs. Eugene Springer of Philadelphia de- livered the address at its organization meeting. The officers include Mrs. Abrami Jandorf President and Miss Isabel Lcbach Secretary. The Cincinnati Section will soon present under the auspices of its com- mittee for the Welfare of the Deal a moving picture of Helen Keller's life under the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 February 1921

Page Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday Februayr 4 1921. WACO NEWS. At their lecent party the Misses Kaplan complimented both Miss Lib- bie Fred and their guest Miss Cohen of Fort Worth. Miss Fred Honor Guest. Mrs. D. Rosenberg entertained on Wednesday afternoon with.a beautiful Bridge party in .honor of Miss Libbie Fred whose marriage to Mr. Sam Lieberman of Detroit is to take place on Sunday evening. The rooms were very attractively decoraicu in cut turners and pianis the color scheme of the wedding be- ing carried out in the house decora- tions relreshments and favors. Miss f red made the highest score in the games and was presented with an in- cense burner. A dainty piece of lingerie was the hostess' gift to the honoree. Miss Eva Gilbert of Fort Worth cut the consol- ation. At the conclusion of the games candies cream in heart shape and an- gel food cake were ottered as rc- liesmncnts. A tiny basket was the fa- vor for each of the guests who were: Misses Libbie Fred Blooma Kaplan Nao...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 February 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seven O Friday February 4 1921. Sarah Kaplan as flower girl wore a pastel shaded evening dress. A bas- ket suspended from a ribbon around her neck held roses and she scattered rose petals along the aisle. The bride entered with her father L. Fred. She wore lovely brocaded cloth of silver gown with Princess lace hand-made silver flowers and love-knots the effective trimming. A side train on the left and a veil of il- lusion and Princess lace fell from a pearl and orange blossom coronet Bride roses arranged in a lovely show- er were carried. Rabbis Siegel and Levy performed the impressive cere- mony. A reception at the Progress Club followed the wedding. The club rooms were docorated in paints. smiltx an! baskets of roses. Thj Raleigh cater r served parrh from an electric punc'.i bowi ami Ange! kytta embossed in th initials L and L were offered. The wedding cake was set on a cluny cloth over pink and rose cups filled with confections wcie placed around it Congr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 February 1921

0 Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday Februayr 4 1921. EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texae Rabbi Martin Zlelonka Rabbi David Lefkowltx Rabbi David Roaenbaum Rabbi Henry Cohen Rabbi A. Werna Rabbi A. E. Abramowltz Rabbi Welfa Macht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi Samuel Rotlnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Joa. Blatt Rabbi Morrla Taller Rabbi Chae. B. Latz Arkanaae Rabbi Leonard Rothateln Rabbi Joaeph H. Stolz Rabbi A. B. Rhine Loulalana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Merfleld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX Editor TO THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. (Continued from Page 1). a most desirable one as well as the most honorable one in Reform Judaism. It will easily be seen that the man who is elected successor to Dr. Kohler must possess some outstanding qualifications besides the ambition to obtain that office. One of the prime qualifications of the president of the Hebrew Union College must be scholarship. He ought to be so thoroughly- grounded in Hebrew and in Jewish Literature that he would become an authority of eminence...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 February 1921

0 Friday February 4 1021. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pace Nine 0 0 Kohler and then justice to American Judaism will give this matter attentive consideration. We call upon men like Alfred Mack and Alfred M. Cohen sterling American Jews who have long since proven their integrity and worth we call upon them and others whom they know to give Dr. Kohler his reward and to place at the head of the college the one man in America who is able with a greater degree oiassurance to occupy the place to be left vacant by him. GEORGE FOX. o PROF. SOLOMON FREEHOF'S TRIUMPHANT TOUR. Prof. Solomon Freehof is on a tour of the Southwest delivering lectures on the Jewish "Prayer Book." He has had great audien- ces and has been wonderfully successful in presenting his message. Reform and Orthodox alike have come to hear him and the College has helped itself by sending him out. His presence in this part of the country prompts us to suggest that the College would do well to send him or some other one or two members...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 February 1921

Pag Tn THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday Februayr 4 1921. WEEKLY REPORT OF THE JEW- ISH WAR SUFFERERS COM-MITTEE. Rabbi A. E. Abramowitz President Moses Shanblum Vice-President M. Resnick Secretary. Sam Lipshitz Treasurer. Collected from January 10th to Jan- uary 23rd through A. Schwartz 27.60 Max Towb 28.00 Yidel Dow 5.10 L. M. Miller 11.20 M. Zodin 14.35 M. Scholnick 22.15 Jennie Leva 8.75 Gechman & Resnick 50.20 J. Wolffson 10.00 Ben Laves 2.75 K. E. C. Club 2.50 Max Smith 87.25 $269.85 Weekly 'and Monthly Subscriptions Collected From Chas. Swatrzberg 25.00 Walter Scott 25.00 Harry Bernstein ..... 10.00 Eli Horn 10.00 Jennie Leva ..... 8.75 H. Brodkey 5.00 Sol Branchman 5.00 Kadimah Circle 6.00 A. Rosen 6.00 Mrs. L. Cohen 5.00 M. Gabert 4.00 Sam Goldsobel 2.00 Shoinberg & Prager 2.00 T. Gens 2.50 I. Cohen 2.00 K. E. C. Club 2.50 M. Resnick 2.00 Goldstick ..... 1-00 L Lehman 1.00 Shoinberg & Prager 1.00 M. Towb and Hyman Towb .. 1.00 Chandler 1.00 George Printing Co. 1.00 Mrs....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 February 1921

Friday February 4 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fae EIsysb UK M. Keene . . .50 Klimist 50 I. Cohen 60 R. Zimmerman ... ...... .60 A. Gordon . .60 Max Liddell 50 Suskin . . .50 Heines . .................... .50 M. Towb 60 J. Schwartz .60 J. Schuchwerger ............ .25 A. Levy 25 Mrs. Julia Sanders ...... .25 A. Roshofak 25 J. Corbin 25 A. Singer .25 S. H. Coplin " 25 Eli Horn 25 IL Zalensky 25 I. Cohen 25 H. Laves .25 S. Laves 25 Dave Saikin .25 A. J. Steinberg 25 Mrs. Ginsburg .. .25 Abe Mehl ... .25 L. Weinstein 25 J. Adler .25 Abe Daiches .25 M. Friedman . .25 M. Grossman ... ........ .25 M. Hurwitz .25 M. Nudelman .25 I. Nebrat 25 S. Rosenberg .25 K. Schuster .25 S. Sunshine ................. .25 S. Welle .25 D. Leva 25 Mrs. Leva 25 J. Yanofsky .... .25 Gershon Leib .............. .25 Sam Carasick .25 Abe Cohen 25 Max Cohen .25 Max Wine .25 Schwartz & Heller 25 Schwartz & Heller .25 D. Friedman -.25 Jerome Steire .25 Shainbcrg 25 Lichtman 25 Drescher . ................. .25 ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 February 1921

.Page Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday Februayr 4 Ijj'i r.hll 1 1 Inews from dallasI The Columbian Club will entertain with an informal dance for members Saturday at 8:30 p. m. This dance is the first of a series of regular infor- mal dances to be given by the club. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Goldberg will receive Thursday from 4 to 6 p. m. and from-8 to 10 p. m. at their home 2612 Hickory street in honor of the gradu- ation of their twin daughters Misses Yetta and Netta Goldberg from the Forest Avenue High School. Funeral services for Mrs. Jetta Dreeben who died Friday will be held today at 4:30 p. m. at the home of her daughter Mrs. L. S. Toplitz 4010 Colonial avenue.' Dr. David Lef- kowitz officiating. The body was sent to Shreveport by the Weiland Under- taking Company for burial. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wortsman of Savannah Ga. have arrived in Dallas where they are the guests of their son and daughter Dr. and Mrs. David L. Wortsman 1301 South Akard street. The Rev. and Mrs. A. Fram will be ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 February 1921

Friday February 4 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen 0 benfit of those territories only which still remain under military rule and cannot be reached by other agencies. Remittances for such territories will still be accepted it being fully under- stood however that the Joint Distri- bution committee shall not be liable for anything that may happen to the funds sent in the way of fluctations of the exchange rate loss in transmis- sion confiscation by a military au- thority or other contingencies due to external causes which may interfere with the punctual payment of the re- mittances. It is only on this under- standing that the Bureau will under- take to remit moneys to such territor- ies as cannot be reached through other channels. The committee on Finance pointed out in its report another very serious misunderstanding with which the Transmission Bureau is confronted and this is in connection with the re- funding of unpaid remittances. The rapid fall of the Polish mark and of oth...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 February 1921

Pag Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday Februayr 4 1921. Back to Normalcy in American Reform Rabbi J. H. Stolz Fort Smith Arkansas. The Yearbook reporting the thirty- first annual convention of the Cen- tral Conference of American Rabbis has recently come from the press. Not only rabbis but also the thinking man or woman in American Jewry irrespective of his or her point of view .regarding our ancestral faith will find much of absorbing interest in the addresses and discussion of- fered for reading in this volume. One who 'reads this book cannot help but conclude that the Rochester confer- ence of last June proved certainly an epoch-making one in the Conference history. We are also made to realize that a turning point has at last ar- rived in the history of American Ju- daism; ' Reform Judaism interpreted by its founders in the old and new world as the endeavor to adapt the religion of our fathers to the conditions of modern life appears to many at the present time to mean merely a n...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 February 1921

Friday February 4 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOI Pae Fifteen society because they will not welcome nor seek the vision of the most Holy God that once dominated the1 con- sciousness of prophet and psalmist to fill their own souls. We Jews' are starving ourselves Spiritually today and therefore we do not rise to the occasion and become brotherly and friendly towards one another. . The more we aspire through prayer to become better than what we are the more we meditate and ponder over the ideals contained in Scripture and later tradition the more real power will be ours to deal with our neigh- bor Jew or Gentile in the right way. You may therefore provide oppor- tunities for people to work together for some cause or to enjoy them- selves but unless their Jewish ideals guide them they will act as a clique and will never be immune from pet- ty jealousies and a mean spirit. The "social center" does not provide for all the leisure moments of the young and their elders and could not in the very n...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 February 1921

Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday Februayr 4 192L MMMMttlttltttt ttttttt tttt tt"1 Announcing to WE WASH 'EM YOU IRON 'EM EVERYWOMAN Relief From Washing Troubles Have you estimated the cost to you in health of 52 back-breaking days over the wash board every year? Have you estimated the cost of upkeep in your kitchen and home as the result of 52 sloppy steamy wash days in the year? Have you estimated the cost in fuel water starch bluing equipment electricity time and inconvenience in doing your laundry at home? We will wash 20 pounds for $1.23 Excess 5c per pound Your Clothes Are Not Marked. We offer 6 to 8 hours service and a courteous rep- resentative to serve you. No Pins Are Used to Tear Out. Mere's What Happens When we call for your laundry it is put in a clean canvas bag and tied securely with your name on the outside brought to our Sanitary plant and washed by ITSELF with pure soap and artesian water blued to the right shade the water ex- tracted by centrifugal force whic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 11 February 1921

mi : TTP TTTTf VOL. X. NO. 21. 0 0 0 0 n A 1 v r m V . -ill I V DP. GEOPGE FOX. .EDITOR EADiNG JmsB JoipmjfylTTnEGPDiTSbuTmEs. Ml' FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11 1921. WACO Annual Edition - ' t v - v ; ('-' -'V . I rX. RABBI WOLFE MACIIT The Successful Spiritual Leader of Congregation Rodcf Sholom of Waco Texas. 4 Price 6 Cent. 3

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 11 February 1921

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday February 11 1921. McLendon H ard ware Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HARDWARE Third and Mary Sts. WACO TEXAS Gross & Swkert Building Contractors Difficult Building Our Specialty Peerless Building WACO TEXAS Baylor University Waco and Dallas S. P. BROOKS A. M. LL.D. President Baylor University stands s she has always stood for a thorough scholarship. She believes that the business man as well as the profession- al man should bo a scholar. It takes an Intelligent well educated man to compete with any degree of success in the business world today. Baylor University stands for a practical scholarship. She believes in specialized training; to this end the Board of Trustees have authorized the inauguration of several new departments including Law Agriculture and Journalism. It is the purpose of Baylor to open these departments next falL Baylor University stands for progressive student activities. She believes that the student organizations should train...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 11 February 1921

Friday February 11 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Three THE WACO JEWISH COMMUNITY ' " " " i Some Historical and Reminiscent Notes. .'. . By the Late I. A. Goldstein One of Waco's Most Prominent Men. In 1850 while the Indians yet roamed the prairies of Texas and menaced the white settlers the County of McLennan was or- ganized. Jacob de Cordova and Nathaniel A. Ware owned and had laid off a town known as Waco village and this was selected as the ' county seat by the commissioners. The deed before me shows that Ware was absent and -. Jacob de Cordova in their joint names on the tenth of June 1850 deeded "to be held for the use and benefit of the town forever without the right to sell alienate donate convey or in any way dispose of ten feet around the Waco spring the public square the commons fronting on the river and all streets lanes and alleys. He also deeded to the city for school and church purposes with the right to sell the block of ground on South Third street later used by the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 11 February 1921

Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday February 11 1921. Everything Used In An Office Hill Printing and Stationery Co. MANUFACTURING STATIONERS TELEPHONE 40 WACO TEXAS The Turner-Coffield Company CAPITAL STOCK $100000.00 WHOLESALE PRODUCE AND GROCERS SUNDRIES WACO TEXAS ESTABLISHED 1880 WALTER V. FORT AND COMPANY ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE PHONE 102 D. A. Kelley MORRISON'S Big Drug Store "The OH Corner" Established in 1882 By Its Present Prop. The C. M. Trautschold Co. 15th & Franklin Sts. Telephone 1534 MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS OF Sash Doors Columns Office Fixtures Store Fronts Screen Doors Window Screens Blackets Balusters Interior Finish Stair Work Plate Glass Window Glass Windshields Hall Board WACO TEXAS FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT REMEMBER THE ELITE VISIT OUR FAMOUS BALCONY DINING ROOM (Under New Management) Elite Cafe COLIAS BROS. Proprietors G08 Austin Avenue PHONE 2820 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 320-21 Provident Bldg. WACO TEXAS E. NELSON MANUFACTURING CO. MANUFACTURERS OF SASH. DOORS. FRAME...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 11 February 1921

Friday February 11 1921. ing work that is creditable to the humanity . and generosity of our community. In 1873 a lodge of 1. 0. B. B. was organiz- ed and chartered November 9 as Eureka Lodge No. 198 1. 0. B. B. The first officers v elected were: S. Wolf president; A. Alexan- der vice president; M. Goldstein treasurer; L. H. Goldstein secretary; Sam Sanger' monitor. Eureka Lodge organized with twenty-five members of whom there are now " living in Waco A. E. Kiersky A. Cohen B. ' Haber L. H. Goldstein J. Marx B. Ettelson Sam Sanger S. Marx. r 1 P I RABBI ISAAC SIEGAL of the Agusdas Jacob Synagog of Waco who after a stay of six months has found his way into the hearts of the members of his congregation. Rabbi Siegal is to make his influence felt in the community which is meeting his pioneer efforts with a healthy and vigorous appreciation. In 1879 the members of Eureka Lodge met and resolved to organize a congregation tinder the name of Rodef Sholom. and to build a synagog for Jewish ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 11 February 1921

Pajfe Six THE JEWISH MONITOB Friday February 11 1921. Waco Steam Laundry and Dry Cleaners "We Wash Every Day" CROW BROS. Proprietors WACO TEXAS Its the Taste That Tells DELICIOUS Rffl o) O) Sleeper Boynton & Kendall ATTORENYS-AT-LAW Provident Bldg. WACO TEXAS Established 1882 W. D. Lacy Coal Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL COAL ELEVENTH AND JACKSON STS. WACO TEXAS Pay Piggly Wiggly a Visit 1 It Will Pay You Furs Furs During 1920 we stored over $75000 worth of valuable FURS and other garments as a protection against moths etc. We Solicit Your Patronage for 1921 PHONE OR WRITE US FOR PRICES Geyser Ice Co. WACO TEXAS The V. Kemendo Company WHOLESALE PRODUCE AND GROCERS SUNDRIES Houses: Waco-Temple WACO TEXAS Gayle Printing Co. (Incorporated) PRINTING ENGRAVING EMBOSSING LITHO- GRAPHING and RUBBER STAMPS QUALITY AND SERVICE GUARANTEED BY PER- SONAL SUPERVISION 120 South Sixth Street Grand Masonic Temple Phone 172 Waco Texas Gibson Gayle Frank B. Jones Schuyler C. Barrett

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 11 February 1921

Friday February H. 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pagt Seven hood with a membership of nearly 75. This body has raised over $1500. It decorated the rabbi's study. Has increased the mem- bership of his Temple by 35 The services are usually -well attended. The last Pass- over services were described as "the best attended and most inspiring in 35 years. Hebrew is being taught in the Sabbath School and the three Bible classes have learned to read it. He is now advocating a Community House for Waco Jewry. The Temple will be enlarged this summer. Since the coming of Rabbi Macht to Waco the membership of the Temple has increased very materially. His salary was raised twice within a year and a beautiful home for him was presented by the Sanger family to the Congregation. The Friday evening attend- ance at services has increased and he has started a Sabbath morning service for adults. He has also organized a Junior Con- gregation and a Temple Sisterhood. He has begun the publication of the Monthly...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 11 February 1921

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR ' Friday February 11. 1921. Insurance For Every Purpose Free Demonstration iiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiij .. 'Tor Particular People" Piggly Wiggly Stores Today at Eighth Street Store GOLDSTEIN-MIGEL CO. Thursday and Friday Saturday at WOY'S STORE Geo. Willig & Company Fire and Casualty Insurance GENERAL AGENTS MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. OF BALTIMORE MARYLAND 30S-310 Traetorian BIdg. : WACO TEXAS Langdon E. Luedde & Company WACO TEXAS A BUSINESS EDUCATION TOBY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE eunnii iimimi unm WaoTiia TheIII!h Grade School tor MianbradebtudenU Bookkeeping rank- ing. Shorthand Type- writing Telegraphy Penmanship and Academic Dept. Pouting Adding Ma- chines Calculator Mimeograph and all Modern Of flee Appli- ance Taught Practically. Ifcaiaioffrree-Entcr urr tum FOR YOU Open All tha Ysar WETEACH BY MAIL Bookkeeping Shorthand. Touch Typewrit- ing Penmanship liusiness Arithmetic English and IlunlneM Letter Writing. m w 13m "QUALITY SERVICE PRICE BUILT OUR BUSI...

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