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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Friday, February 11, 1921. THE JEWISH M0NIT01 Page Twenty-Three from enemy gunfire in your pal ace in Detroit. You should be ashamed to pour out your dog vomit on the race that gave the world civiliza tion, the young manhood of . which fought valiantly for the U. S. A. during the recent war, while the yellow streak record of your son stares the world in the face. Seems to me you would keep as silent as the grave on the subject of patriotism as long as your slacker offspring is above the sod. Had my brother, the only one I have refused to answer his country's call, I would disown him and avoid him as it he were a poisonous reptile. I am a firm believer in human freedom and religious liberty. I demand as an American, that the Catholic and Protestant, Jew and Moslem shall have the right to worship as they choose, and, as an American, I resent the damnable slander you are heap ing upon the Jews. I thank God that it is my pri vilege to number hundreds of Jews as my friends. In the Ma son...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Page Twenty-Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 11, 1921. and eloquent speaker. A pic ture of his activities as author, editor, and translator, may be gathered from the long list of works mentioned in the volume, while an idea of his many-sided interests may be gathered from the list of organizations with which he was affiliated not merely as a member, but as an active worker. Dr. Bernard Oantor was born March 30th, 1882, in Buffalo, N. Y. He was educated in the pub lic schools of Buffalo at the Uni versity of Cincinnati, and the Hebrew Union College. He grad uated with honors, in 1913, from the University of Cincinnati be coming associate instructor in the Department of Philosophy at this University, and an instruc tor at the Hebrew Union Col lege. He was associate Rabbi of the Free Synagogue of New York. After this introductory mat ter follow addresses and tributes by practically all the distin guished Jews in America. Of particular interest are the ad dresses by Dr. Cyrus Ad...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Friday, February 11, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Twenty-Five CLOSING THE GATES ica was like a big, big yard the no bility used to have in front of their houbes with gates in front. And I was afraid when I got here the gates vould shut in my face. "I had only two children left when ve got on the ship for America. I don't know where my other boy and I'irl are. The lady wouldn't under stand if I told her how things are over there. They may be alive yet :nsybe they're dead. I cry about the By Elma Ehrlich Levinger. (Copyright, 1920, by Erma Ehrlich Levinger. AH rights reserved.) The joy and warmth of the merry holiday season still clung about Riv erside Drive and upper Fifth Ave nue. Holly wreaths tied with scarlet ribbons in the windows; tiny children in velvet and fur toddling along the pavements carrying realistic baby dolls or new mechanical toys; school girls with warm knitted scarfs, but bare knees defying the cold, hurrying to the park with skates slung across their shoulders; ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Page Twenty-Six ' girl most They kill the boy and it is over. But she was pretty and good. I saw things there I am ashamed to tell even my husband. I try not to remember them. "Then we were on the big ship coming to America, and my little Rose learned to eat again and didn't scream so much in the night But she was always afraid. I tried to tell her that in America nobody would hurt her, but she would not believe me. She kept saying, 'Mamma, they will know we are Jews and they will kill us. Like those men in the car.' And then she would cry. Her heart was weak and she was hungry all that time, but I thought that maybe . in America she would forget it "I thought as soon as we got here they would let us off the ship. But they couldn't Some of us were sick and had to be made well first My throat was bad. They said I had to have it fixed. (A few words with the apathetic husband developed that a slight operation for tonsils was necessary.) I wasn't afraid; I'd seen so much I didn't get sc...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

. Friday, February 11, 1921. TH X JEWISH MONITOR Page Twenty-Sevett ben, Mr. Herman Wile, Mr. Jacob Morse and Mr. A. L. Saltzstein. The new congregations which have joined the Union since the executive board met on December 21, 1919, are B'nai Israel, Jackson, Tenn.: Sharei Shomajim, Schnectady, N. Y.; Beth El, Pensacola, Fla.; Berith Sholem, Troy, N. Y.; B'rith Sholom, Louisville, Ky.; United Hebrew Congregation Joplin, Mo.; Temple Emanu-El, Yon kers, N. Y.; B'nai Israel, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Beth Tefilloh, Brunswick, Ga.; Beth Sholom, (People's Temple) Brooklyn, N. Y.; Temple Israel, Un iontown, Pa.; Fremont Hebrew Con gregation, Fremont, Ohio; Temple Emanu-El, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Temple Israel, Wichita Falls, Texas, and Con structive Synagogue, Brooklyn, N. Y. The machinery for the .final con sumation of a feasible plan of oper ation for the Synagog Pension Fund was put in motion by a resolution in troduced by Mr. Simeon M. Johnson, of Cincinnati, and adopted unani mously. The res...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Page Twenty-Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 11, 1921. . UNITED STATES PARTICIPATION IN PALESTINIAN DEVELOPMENT. The Formation of Local Investment Corporations. Away back in 1900 there was said to exist a "vicious Zionist circle.'' In those days Dr. Herzl told the Jewish people that if they provided him with money he would obtain the chart ?r to Palestine. The answer that he almost invariably received was: Give us the charter and we will raise the money. This was the vicious circle. Today wo are not so much better off as we imagine. Every one knows Palestine must be developed. Everyone recog nizes that this development depends upon money raising and yet a great many people expect the development will produce the money, or induce its raising. The Zionist Organization of Ameri ca is endeavoring to overcome the dif ficulty by encouraging the formation of local Palestine investment corpor ations. Unlike, however, all other plans hitherto presented by the or ganization, these co...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Friday, February 11, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOB Pag Twenty-Nlnt SHERMAN. The Council of Jewish Women held their regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Jake Exstein on South Travis street. . Reports from the different commit tees show that splendid work for the Red Cross, in making garments have been pursued by the sewing circle. The chairman on religion reports a large attendance Friday night in the library. Miss Ray Becker of Kidd-Key ren dered several vocal selections, and Miss Fannie Ellis Exstein gave two piano numbers, after which the hos tess served a delicious ice course. The guest of the Council were Mrs. I. Brown of Fort Worth, Mrs. Morris Goldstein of Carthage, Mo., and Mrs. Henry Weingarten. Mr. and Mrs. I. Brown of Fort Worth spent the week-end in Sher man as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Weingarten. Mrs. A. E. Marks and daughter, Miss Louise, are visiting in Fort Worth. Mr. Wm. I. Kaplan is in Dallas on business. Mr. and Mrs. Kaplan have moved to their new home on ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirty FIRST NATIONAL BANK . Fort Worth, Texas "A Good Bank to Bank With" ? - Capital, surplus and Undivided Profits 1,400,000. RUBBER STAMPS We make a specialty of all kinds carry all lines of Rubber Stamp Supplies. Make Corpor- ation, Notary and Lodge Seals, Brass Stencils. R1TCHIE-CARTAN & TUR- HER CO. 1205 Houston St. Oscar Seligman W. L. Foster Let us do it We know How INSURANCE THAT INSURES Money for Building' Purposes ' SELIGMAN, FOSTER & CO. Phone L. 179. Office 624 Texas State Bank Building H. VEAL JEWELL & SON (H. C. Jewell A Son) 208 W. 6th. St Fort Worth. The Rental Agents of the City Real Estate & Fire Insurance CAMPBELL GLASS & PAINT CO. Ray Heston, Mgr. Phone Lamar 1402. 708 Houa- ton St Fort Worth, Texas. DILWORTH'S TERMINAL PHARMACY Best Prescription Service. Corner Main and Front Sts. Open All Night Tel. L. 531, Fort Worth, Texaa ARTHUR HEEMANN Attorney and Counselor 814 Texas State Bank Bldg. Fort Worth. Tax Law Counselo...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

0 Friday, February 11, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOt - Page Thirty-One BARTON'S inimitable Hife insurance Co. WACO, TEXAS o DYES AS IT SHINES-50 SHINES 50 CENTS yi v i n us or DYNASHINE to the rescue! The polish that fools rain and slush. It DYES and. SHINW3 and PRESERVES leather. Get it at any store in the col- vou need. BEWAKfl or harmful imitations, or you'll ruin your shoes 1 DYAN SHINE will not freeze. DYANSHINE does and has alwayr sold for 50c everywhere dm Manufactured by Barton Mfg. Co. WACO, TEXAS DoDGEBrOTHERS COUPE Speaks for Itself Central Motor Company INCORPORATCO 916 Austin Avenue Waco US (Nil J S"'"l ' inni tutl - Annual Statement December 31, 1920 ASSETS Mortice Loans $1,130,485 79 Real Estate (Home Office Bid 934,619.05 Liberty Bonds (par value $769,600.00 720,366.54 Cash in Banks at interest 519,430.01 Policy Loans and Premium Notes within Reserve 493,139.91 Accrued Interest 62,948.13 Net Uncollected and Deferred Prem iums Within Reserve 38,242.70 Total Admitted Assets...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

0 Page Thirty-Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 11, 1921. The Uniform Excellence OF Purity Ice Cream IS EXPLAINED BY THE ONE WORD "PURITY" When Better Ice Cream is Made -We'll Make It YOUR DEALER SHOULD HAVE SOME-GO BY AND BUY SOME Manufactured by Purity Creamery Co. WACO, TEXAS TO PROSPECTIVE HOME BUILDERS THE COST OF LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS HAS NOW DECLINED to about The average of Pre-War Prices. We have taken our loss and are now prepared to give you the advantage of same. YOU WILL BE PERFECTLY SAFE IN BUILDING NOW Wm. Cameron & Co., Inc. WACO, TEXAS Branches in Sixty Other Towns and Cities Waco Electrical Sup ply Company 616 Austin Avenue TELEPHONE 606 Electrical Supplies, Fans, Lighting Fixtures, Contracting. Professional and Amateur Wire less Operators. All Kinds of Electrical Devices For Lightening Labor In the Home. A A Davis Lumber Co. . 5th & Columbus Sts. PHONE 5100 Everything In the Building Line. Ask the Jewish Community of Waco. 4 2

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 February 1921

The I II M III I HEYm I LY Hi mm II I ( 111 I II v A7K . Clf. M, i nk v n DP. GEOPGE FOX,. EDI TOP W? JWISH zFTfe GpeatSouthves. VOL. X. NO. 22. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921. Price 6 Cent. To the Board of Governors of the Hebrew Union College The Rabbis Are Interested in The College and Its Future Read What Some of ':um Say Gentlemen : Last week we called your attention to the fact that Dr. Kohler's wish to be retired should be gratified. We named at least one man who could worthily take his place. We called attention to the fact that there is a possibility that "friends" of other and less worthy, in our opinion candidates might impede the work that lies before the Board of Governors of the College. That others agree with us is proved by a number of letters that we have receievd from rabbis. The rabbinical world is AWAKE to what is being done and to what will be done in the matter of Dr. Kohler's successor, and the mem bers of the Board are expected to pay som...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 February 1921

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 18, 1021. LETTER FROM BUDAPEST The .year just past, sad in events, left a deep influence on Hungar ian Jewry. Quite helpless without, it was compelled to exercise its entire strength for the great work of inner reconstruction, organization and res toration. That intensive religious and cultural life which has taken hold of Hungarian Jewry anew, is almost parallel in the history of the Jews of the country. In the great work of propagation of Jewish self-consciousness and Jewish religion the great community of Budapest led the way with its tireless, constant agility and enegery. Organization of religious districts, development of Jewish re ligions family life, Jewish lecture courses, theatrical performances and above everything else the establish ment of a Jewish "Gymnasium" and particularly necessary owing the ex schools th oniet,rthensmfwyaogwy elusion of Jews from the public schools through the percentage norm, are stages of this importa...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 February 1921

Friday, February 18, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOB Pace Three .Ben Lamb Has Drilled. OIL WELLS OYER 700 and Made fortunes for others, why not give him a chance to make MONEY FOR YOU THE MOST REMARKABLE OFFER EVER MADE To the first public investors who purchase units in the Eliasville Syndicate No. 1, there will be issued in additional to the unit certificate a special signed contract of the syndicate a uni-lateral contract that is in effect an assignment from the syndicate, which gives the first purchasers of units up to $35,000 a first lien on the casing, tools, derrick, rig irons, storage tanks and all equipment of collateral value in case of a dry hole, and will share in the sale price of same pro rata, thus losing but little on investment if we fail to get a producer. These properties will have a value equal to $35,000 and every investor up to that sum, in case of a dry hole becomes a lien holder of the equipment. He will have an opportunity to share in a great fortune. We respect fu...

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. — 18 February 1921

Page Four ' - " 't 'i 1 V THE JEWJSH MONITOR Friday, February 18, 1921. r , FORT WORTH NEWSl NCOICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straut Lodge No. 619, I. 0. B. B., first and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 o'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 School Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 6460, Rosedale 6383, or 466. Mrs. M. Goldstein has left for Tulsa, Okla., to visit her children, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Goldstein. Miss Gladys Veit is visiting in New Orleans. Many social affairs have been given in her honor. Don't forget the George Washing ton Dance given by the Kadimah Cir cle Sunday night, February 20, at the Hebrew Inst...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 February 1921

THE JEWliS MONITOR Page Five Friday, February 18, 1KL home for the oppressed Jews should be there. Mr. Henry Gernsbacher, who has been in the East buying for several weeks, has returned home. The little son of M. Herring of Am arillo, was buried in Ahavath Sholom Cemetery Thursday, Rabbi Abramo witz, officiating. GALVESTON. COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN GIVE TO SCHOLARUIP FUND An annual contribution of $50 will be given by Galveston section of the Council of Jewish Women to the scholarship fund of the Hebrew Un ion College for the state of Texas, according to a decision reached by the organization in session February 9th. In addition to this a report of the activities of the council during the present season was read. The report was compiled in accordance with a request from the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs. Among the ac tivities included were the following' The local council assisted the local American Legion post with the ar mistice ball in November; it pre sented Dr. J. T. Devine,...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 February 1921

0 ' THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 18, 1921. Page Six . CINEMA COMEDY COMMENT "Where Pleasure Reigns," is a slo gan of a popular movie theatre, and it can be apty applied to all picture houses which daily furnish entertain ment to the American public. People go to the movies to be entertained and amused. It is the comedy element of the program that furnishes the real amusement. Screen comedies, whether of the so-called polite class or the slap-stick variety, always find favor with fans. Then too, the animated car toon comedy has many followers. But, one of the most popular forms of screen comedy is the famous little reel known as "Topics of the Day" Films. This presenation of wit and humor from the press of the world, daily gathers grins, giggles and laughter at theatres from coast to coast. So, let us take a reading trip along the "Topics" route under the guidance of the Monitor: Some Influence. Gertie "Whom do you know in the movie game?" Mazie: "I know every picture ma chine...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 February 1921

Friday, February 18, 1921. TBE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seven THE FORT WORTH FAT STOCK SHOW. Entries of live stock from many parts of Texas and Oklaohma have been arriving in numbers for the past several days at the offices of the Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show, The splendid herds of the two states will be In stronger compe tition than perhaps ever before in history at the coming spring show, March S to 12. C. M. Largent, of Merkel, one of the veteran breeders of live stock in this state, has made his entries of Herefords for the coming show. In cluding in his offering are several champions and near-champions. Mr. Largent writes that it is the finest exhibit of Hereford cattle that he has ever made. W. R. Biggs, of Muskogee, Okla., also has made extensive entries of Hereford cattle, while A. I. Wade & Son, of Douglas, Okla., have made arrangements to show some of their fine Scotch Shorthorn cattle. The display of feeder cattle also is promising well. Jim Nail, Jr., of For...

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. — 18 February 1921

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 18, 1921. EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texaa Rabbi Martin Zlilenka Rabbi David Lefkowltz Rabbi David Roaenbaum Rabbi Hanry Cohan Rabbi A. Werna Rabbi A. E. Abramowltx Rabbi Walfa Macht ' Dr. R. Farbar Rabbi Samuel Roalngar EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Joa. Blatt Rabbi Morrla Taller Rabbi Chaa. B. Latx Arkanaae Rabbi Leonard Rotheteln Rabbi Joeeph H. 8teli Rabbi A. B. Rhlna Loulalana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Merfleld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor HATS OFF TO RABBI ROTH STEIN AND PINE BLUFF. . In response to an appeal from Rabbi Leonard Rothstein of Pine Bluff in behalf of the Jewish Or phans, his congregation has adopted TWENTY orphans, as fillows: One each by the follow ing organizations: The Religious School, the Temple Alumni As sociaion, the Willing Workers' Society, the B'nai B'rith Lodge and the Knitters' Club ; one each by six individuals, including the rabbi, in memory of his father; and one each by nine groups of from four to ten ...

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. — 18 February 1921

Friday, February 18, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pag Nine late become the custom for. la dies, societies of congregations in the larger cities to endow scholarships for the Hebrew Union College. In Texas this worthy cause has thus far been overlooked. And yet, it is unfair to assume that the Sisterhoods or the Councils of Jewish Wom en of the large cities of our state are unvvniing to follow in the path marked out by their sisters in other sections of the land. Reform Judaism in the South land is sufficiently virile to be cognizant of Jewish needs. The call for Jewish duty and obliga tion, the plea for Jewish loyalty, does not fail of response from the large-hearted and benevolent men and women of the liberal synagogs of Texas. We have be come accustomed to respond more liberally than before to a variety of charitable causes. It is to be hoped that the cause of ed ucation aiming to encourage young men for the rabbinical career, will be equally met with a generous approval. It is a know...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 February 1921

hgeTen HE JEWISH MONITOR ' . Friday, February 18, 1021. The Jews in Texas Don't Fail to Read the Monitor Ads BUY IT AT By Rev. Henry Cohen,-Galveston, Texas. One of the first to take advantage of the new channel of trade opened to the citizens of the United States by the result of the battle of .San Jacinto (1836) was Jacob de Cordova, born at Spanish Town, Jamaica, June, 1808, died in Bosque County, Texas, 1868. In 1833 he went to Jamaica, his phy sicians thinking that his health might be improved by a return to his birth place. A great deal of the business of Kingston was done by auction, facili tating thereby the disposal of the crops of sugar and coffee. About the time of his arrival, the newspapers, for religion's .sake, refused to issue a Monday morning edition. Mr. de Cor dova (taking advantage of the stop page, at once started a newspaper and called it the Gleaner. He showed originality in its management The ad vertisements were printed on a separ ate sheet and distributed g...

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