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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

Fort Worth Spring Style Festival . a February 26th to March 5th Southwestern Exposi' tion and Fat Stock Show March 5th to March 12th "SOME SHOW LET'S GO"

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday February 26 1921. The Jews in Texas By Rev. Henry Cohen Galveston Texas. (Concluded from Last Week) His first Hebrew teacher was Rev. Jacob Bensadon of Philadelphia who in the year 1820 was reader to the congregation Mikveh Israel. The sal- ary in those days was very small and teaching was a necessary adjunct. This gentleman was a native of Mor- occo and read with a nasal twang. De Cordova could immitate Bensa- don so well that this worthy Hazana would be startled himself. The Rev. Mr. Keys an Englishman by birth was called by the same congregation in 1824. He was in all things relating to vioce and delivery the opposite to Mr. Bensadon but de Cordova could imitate him also. During his long buggy-rides over Texas he was the never-failing source of amusement by reason of his imitative faculty. He was extremely modest and his charac- ter and name are cherished by all who knew him. In 1848 his brother Phineas de Cor- dova (born at Philadelphia March 2...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

Friday February 25 1921. he became President of the National Bank of Texas which previous to his becoming its principal officer was on the verge of bankruptcy. Through the great business qualifications and enegry of Mr. Kopperl aided by a few stockholders who have since continued its direction it has become a safe and solid financial institution. He served in the Aldenwanic Council of the city of Galveston as Chairman of the Committee on Finance and by his good management the city credit was soon re-established. In addition to discharging the onerous duties of bank president and the supervision of a large business as an importer of cof- fee from Rio de Janerio he also found time to serve his state. He was a member of the Congressional Con- vention at Corsicana that nominated Judge Willie for Congres and also a delegate to the National Convention that nominated Horace Greely for president of the United States. In November 1876 he was elected to the State Legislature was made chairman...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday February 25 1921. FORT WORTH NEWS N(TICE. lUfular meeting of Iildor Straut Lodge No. 519 I. 0. B. B. first and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Imtitnte. ELI GILBERT President. . DR. MAURICE COHN Secy. Temple Beth-EI 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 Seheol Saturday morning 10 o'clock. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 5460 Rosedale 5383 or 455. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Hebrew Institute will give a regular monthly dance Sunday night February 27 at the Hebrew Institute. Every one is in- vited to come. Don't forget the Bible Class at the Hebrew Institute every Thursday at 3:00 p. m. All those who are interested are welcome to come. Mrs. Max Gilbert was hostess for the Merry Wiv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

0 THE JEWliu MONITOR 0 Friday February 25 1921. Greenberg (nee Belle Costa) and her baby son Milton J. who will visit here with her parents for several weeks. Miss Ida Levine attended the dance in Dallas Wednesday night. Misses Nathalia Liebeicht Beatrice Goldstucker Heller Messrs. Mike and Nathan Goldstucker all of Tyler spent Sunday here visiting friends. Mrs. Abe Greenberg (nee Belle Costa) and baby son Milton J. of New York City are visiting her par- cnts Mr. and Mrs. .Ralph Costa for a few weeks. Mr. Max Wolens has returned from the eastern markets. Mr. Robert Werner visited in Hous- ' ton this week. Miss Lillian Samuels visisted in Austin lust week the guest of her sis- ter Gladys who is a tending the Uni- versity. Mr. Joe Wolens spent several days here returning on Tuesday to resume his studios at the University. Misses Rose Daniels and Daisy Wol- ens were in Ennis Tuesday. The Wednesday Bridge Club met with Mrs. Sylvan Marks last week and a very enjoyable time was had. Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

Page Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday February 25 1921. Address Delivered by Judge Julian W. Mack At Opening Session of 23rd Annual Convention of Zionist Organization of America on November 25 1920. Fellow Zionists: Last May at the special Conven- tion dedicated to rejoicing we cele- brated the crowning by the World Powers of the Zionistic efforts in the treaty with Turkey adopted at San Remo marking the beginning of a new era in Jewish life. Let this Convention in the spirit of that era be dedicated to Palestinian work. The time for theoretical propagan- da the time for discussion of the principles of Zionism is past! To continue such discussion is waste it is worse than waste for it means we are deaf to the piercing cry par- ticularly of Eastern Jewry for a home in Palestine. That Is a definite and concrete problem now the upbuilding of the Jewish Homeland. Upon this duty we must concentrate. For de- cades to come this will require the united effort of the whole Jewish peo- ple. I do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

Friday February 25 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seven the time for actual development has come it is our duty following the ex- ample that resulted in the establish- ment of the Economic Council in Great Britain to take the initiative in invit- ing and in securing the active partici- pation of every element in American Jewry in such a way as may make it possible for others to share in the work of upbuilding Palestine even though they do not Join our organiza- tion. Some political problems are not yet determined. The terms of the mandate ana the boundaries of the land have not yet been decided. But France and Great Britain alike as well as the oth- er great nations have given or en- doited the Balfour Declaration and have written it unto the Treaty wirh Turkey and we confidently trust lh.it ii the negotiations :iov pendvv be- tween Great Britai.i aid Franc ti'iy will complete that long defcrru nd of justice to the Jewish People by giv- ing to Palestine those essential bound- aries t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

Page Eight THE JE WISH MONITOR Friday February 25 1921.- EDITOIIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texaa Rabbi Martin Zlelonka Rabbi David Lefkowltx Rabbi David Roaanbaum Rabbi Henry Cohen Rabbi A. Werne Rabbi A. E. AbramowlU Rabbi Waif Maoht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi Samuel Roalnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Joieph Blatt Rabbi Morrla Teller Rabbi Chaa. B. Lib Arkanaae Rabbi Leonard Rothateln Rabbi Joeeph H. Stoli -Rabbi A. B. Rhine Loulalana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Merlfleld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX Editor THE BUILDING OF PALESTINE. Whenever there is a choice of action there is also a possibility for arguments. But whenever such choice is denied the consid- eration of the actual facts and adaptation to same is of essen- tial importance to the experi- enced man. Delving in the realms of theory without the expecta- tions of any practical results is the portion of the man of imag- nation but not of the man of practical and sound judgment. Years ago "Zionism" or its definition "The Establishment of a Jewi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Pag Kin Friday February 25 1921. of the Council of Fort Worth Mrs. Joseph Goldgraber was the first person in Fort Worth to suggest the idea later mentioned in this paper and then ultimate- ly taken up by the National Jewish Committees. There is no doubt in our mind that the Sabbath School of Aha- vath Sholom Synagogue will fol- low the example of Beth-El. We shall look to our neighbor city Dallas and we feel just as cer- tain that Houston San Antonio Galveston Austin Waco and El Paso will do their duty; indeed many of those cities have al-. ready begun to make prepara- tions for the adoption of those unfortunate little ones. Remember One Hundred Dol- lars adopts an orphan. We will send you pictures names and data. Have a litle one in your home an invisible little guest. Let us know your name we will do the rest. A BUSINESS MAN'S IDEA OF RELIGION. There ia no greater authority on business affairs at present than Roger W. Babson who has recently express- ed his view...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

"';i;M(ii'i!' THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday February 26 1921 Page Ten THE AMERICAN JEWISH RELIEF COMMITTEE. Louis Marshall chairman of the American Jewish Relief Committee announced today that at a meeting of the committee the plan was adopted of sending abroad this summer a com- mission of twenty-five leading Jewish business men representing widely di- verse industries throughout the United States to make a six weeks' visit to Poland Austria and other sections of the. war devastated areas in order to formulate a sound program which will result in rendering permanent benefit to the ruined Jewish population. Each man selected will be a leader in his respective industry who will place himself at the disposal of the government in the stricken districts to be visited. The members of the com- mission will pay their own expenses. Julius Rosenwald of Chicago has al- ready expressed a willingness to serve on this commission while others pro- posed include: Colonel Herbert H. Lehman and Samuel L...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

Friday February 25 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOB Page Eleven Liicien Wolf on the Innocence of The "Morning Post" London By way of answer to the many absurd articles which the "Mor- ning Post" recently published that the Jews are organized for world do- mination Mr. Lucien Wolf England's brilliant publicist has the following in the last issue of the Manchester Morning Post. Hie prodigious essay on "The Cause of the World Unresf'which the '"Morning Post" has lately published in seventeen articles and some sixty columns of printed matter is a doc- ument on which the student of polit- ical thought in England will dwell sadly. Over a century ago in world circumstances of startling similar- ity and almost fronv the same party standpoint Burke gave us in his "Causes of the Present Discontents" his "Reflections and his "Regicide Peace' a large and stately piece of political philosophy. Today the lead- ing organ of Conservative opinion in this country can only expound a sort partly from the obsuc...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

Page Twelv THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday February 25 1921. ' .II I - HMU THE ONLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET NOW RECOG- NIZED IN DALLAS ffr 1 1 news from Dallas! The Ladies' Auxiliary of the First Roumanian-Austrian Congregation The Ladies' Auxiliary of the First Roumanian-Austrian Congregation have done so much good work since their organization a few months ago. The following is a brief resume of what the ladies have done and also some little information concerning the congregation and its officers. The officers of the Ladies' Auxiliary are: Mrs. Henry Ely president Mrs. Julius Kleinman vice-president. Miss Clara Morris Corresponding Secretary. Mrs. John Docotoroff Financial Secretary. Mrs. Charles Kaufman Treasurer. The Congregation itself was organ- ized in the year 1906. At that time Dallas had a smaller Jewish commun- ity but the Synagogues observed a ritual according to the Ashknism and those few who were brought up to practise the Sephardic ritual or Syn- agogue service got together and...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

Friday February 25 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOB Par Thirteen construction of Palestine and invest in the work of the best of their ability in money and resources. Does the mandate give any assurance that would justify our people making of those sacrifices. We are afraid not. While the mandate gives official rec- ognition to Jewish nationality but its statement that a national Jewish home is to be erected in Palestine for the Jewish people of the world they give not satisfactory guarantees of that security which Jewish nationalists must demand if Jewish nationality is to be safeguarded in Palestine." The London Times says as follows: "The points have been drawn too much in detail but they satisfy the conditions which mean for the suc- cess of the Balfour declaration. "The expression 'national home' is an unfortunate one and it has not been satisfactorily explained in the mandate. It is capable both of a broaded and narrower interpretation. The Times believes that the ex- pression should ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

Page- Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday February 25 1921. LUCIEN WOLF ON THE INNO- CENCE OF THE "MORNING POST." (Continued from Page 11). liance of Freemasons Jews and Pro- testants which was said to be directed by the "Grand Master Palmerston" and supported by the whole British people not only as Protestants but as descendants of the Lost Tribes of Is- rael and the subjects of a dynasty claiming descent from the House of David. The chief protagonist of this stupendous hallucination was M. Gougenot des Mousseaux who in 1869 embodied it in a volume entitled "Le Juif le Judaisme et la Judaisation des Peuples Chretiens.'' From his own admissions however it appears that he was largely indebted to German Catholic inspiration. Once again the theory failed to find support and Gougenot's book like the books of Barruel and Robison became relegat- ed to the literature of forgotten craz- es. Later on however attempts to re- vive it were made by M. De Saint-Andre the Abbe Chabauty M. Drumont M...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

Friday February 28 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pajre Fifteen THE TRUTH ABOUT THE SUNDAY LAW. (Continued from Page 10) papers ought to help the Alliance in its stand against lawlessness which is one of the most alarming symtoms of the day and in the purpose to pre- vent the destruction cf our American rest day by commercial or other hos- tile interests." NATCHEZ MISS. SISTERHOOD CONDUCTS SERVICES The very fact that the Temple Sis- terhood of Natchez Miss. conduct- ed religious services and carried on the work in the Sabbath School when they had no Rabbi is an evidence that this organization is interpreting the spirit and fulfilling the function of the Sisterhood. The Sisterhood also aims to supplement the work of the temple and in the programs pre- pared by the Natchez Sisterhood the national institution of the organiza- tion is further illustrated. The members of the Sisterhood are all busy giving individual as well as Committee entertainments to help swell the fund for repair work in ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

Page Sixtten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday February 25 1921. THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WKKKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. Phene Lamar 4W DR. IRE FOX. LUI MORRIS EDITOR .Bualneea Manater Offloere Dr. George Fox. Prealdent LlMkltl Vlce-Prealdent Loqle Morrla ...gecrotarr-Treaauror The edUer la not reeponelble for vlewa Itrauad by oentrlbutora. Anenymoua ttara will receive no oonaideratlon. Entered: In tha Fort Worth Poatoffloa aa Second CUaa Mall Matter by tha Moni- tor Publiahlng Company. JEWI8H CALENDAR 6681.1920 Now Tear'a Eva Bun. Sept. 11 Tom Klppur Wad. Sapt. 22 Suocoth (Flrat Day) ....Mon. Sept. 17 Buocoth (Laat Day flhlmlnl- teereth) Mon. Oct 4 Imchatch Torah Tuaa. Oct. I Roaeh-Chodeach Cheevan Wad. Oct It Koaeh-Chodeach Klelev ..Frl. Nov. 12 Chanukah (Faaat of Dedica- tion ..) Mon. Dao. I Roach-Chodaach Tebeth..Sun. ..Deo. 12 Faat ef Tebeth Tuaa. Deo. 21 BW1-1I21 Roach-Chodaach Bhebat ....Mon. Jan. 10 Itoeea-Chadeech Adar Wad. Feb. ( Reeeh-Chedeach Va 'adar ..Frl. Mar. 11 Purl...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

TH f! i J-WJ8HH0N1?t - - TES 8TAT1 CONFERENCE TOE RESARING PALESTINE INDUSTRIES The last conference which was held t Dallas on Sunday February 20 waa certainly a wonderful gathering of prominent and Sincere Jewish peo- ple from the larger cities of our state. It waa a pleasure to meet some of those old pioneers in the Zionist move meat men who gave up the rery best of their years for a Jewish national home In Palestine and it was grati- fying to see those gentlemen still poesesaed of the same sincerity and lote for the movement The only difference was that in former years our conventions and- mass meetings were only a sweet dream and at this last gathering in Dallas our dream wm on the point of realization . Judge Dannenbaum explained the cause of our meeting and be read the mandate which the English govern- ment has drawn up for Palestine in which mandate it is plain that after twenty centuries the Jewish people will once again have the opportunity to re-establish themselves in the...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 February 1921

t il -i- 4 t h Ye' w" T s-k Vo n i VoTt- An (o im u mi n mi MayorW.aH Davis For Re-Election te .-For MAYOR "Bill" DAVIS The Man who had the vision to build Lake Worth. The Man who with his friends formed the Backbone of the Fat Stock Show. The Man during whose administration more improvements have been made in the city than ever before. The Man who is not afraid to do what he thinks is for the city's best inter- ests even if some "Bosses" thought otherwise. The Man who stands for progress harmony and development in Fort Worth. MAYOR W. D. "Bill" DAVIS An extended announcement will appear in the next issue. Political Advertisement FridayeBhla-rVto

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 March 1921

i it. . f EOT ii J Of TTT X Jill E ILL VIHR 7 l NTKl I VOL. X. NO. 24. 0 El M 4qw Jewish Jouhiw DR. GEORGE FOX. .EDITOR FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 4 1921. SAN ANTONIO Annual Edition V i) RABBI SIDNEY TEDESCHE The Successful Spiritual Leader of Congregation Beth-El San An- tonio Texas. F7fc G!?QiT$DUTmfES. Price 50 Cents

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 4 March 1921

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday March 4 1921. CRYSTAL ELECTRIC WASHER AND jjfj 3j 1 APEX SUCTION CLEANERS MAKE HOUSEWORK A PLEASURE A DEMONSTRATION IN YOUR HOME COSTS YOU NOTHING JUST PHONE US Graham & Collins CROCKETT 1698 306 W. COMMERCE ST. IF IT IS ELECTRICAL WE HAVE IT. MAKE THIS YOUR BANK: . We have adequate means to serve you in any of the following ways : Checking Accounts. Saving Accounts and Time Certificates of Deposit which pay 4 interest. Foreign Exchange Department which transmits money to any part of the world. Collection Department to handle your drafts and notes. Bond Department which buys and sells Liberty Loan Bonds. Safety Deposit Boxes. Adequate Credit Department. These are reasons in conjunction with Safety Service and Conservativeness why we welcome your account. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS OVER $850000.00 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS Guaranty State Bank Capital and Surplus $210000.00 THE BANK THAT GIVES PERSONAL SERVICE DAN S. ...

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