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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

FrioW, Mavh 4, 1121. THI JEWIIE M0NIT01 Paga Seventeen .. II o of it is prepared to believe anything of the Jew. The usual line of argument is, "Did not the Jews kill the Christ T What can we expect of the Jew?" Gratitude or Damnation Of course, to one who is t student of history, to one who permits logic to sway his mind, to one who reads the products of the latest scholarship, it is becoming ever clearer and more - clear that the charges brought against Israel in connection with the cruci fixion of the Rabbi of Nazareth are unfounded. But, even were they true, how could a "savior" for the world have been provided except he had been crucified T Had he who is called "the savior" not been put to death, what would have become of the atonement? Would there have been an atonement, in the Christological sense, had Jesus of Nazareth died a natural death? Far from blaming the people of Is rael for the part they are supposed to have taken in this connection, they are, in reality, entitled t...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

Page Eighteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1121. PAINTING ENAMELING TOPS SEAT COVERS SAN ANTONIO CADILLAC CO. 411 MAIN AVE. W. P. BATES, Manager. CROKETT 6422 Israel of today is to charge oneself not only with ingratitude but also with injustice. The Jew's Sin Have you heard, we repeat, of the sins of the Jew. Shall we confess his sin before you, 0 Gentile world? It is the sin of loyalty to a lofty mission, a noble call. From cf old the patri arch, Abraham, was called to "go forth and be a blessing to all of the families of the earth." Prophets, seers, sages, psalmists, all assured the Jew that God had appointed him to this task. He could suffer, but he could not surrender. He could endure the World's course, but he could not endure the curse of an accusing con science which would be outraged by the perfidy of infidelity to God's serv ice and to the memory of a martyred ancestry. He could boar torment, but he could not yield. Why Should the Jew Surrended Why should the Jew ha...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

Friday, March 4, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Tug Nineteen W. M. Aikman, Inc. Business Counselors Industrial Engineers Auditing-Systems Investigations Phone Crockett 5791 3.11-5-6-7 Moore Bldg. place among the foremost of the most progressive peoples, proving that, like aged Moses, "his eye is not dim and his natural force is unabated." So convinced is he that he is right that he does not hesitate to consecrate his nearest and dearest, the child of his love, to the faith of Israel, even though such consecration may mean for them and him inexpressable sor row. Nothing has been able to shake the Jew or to force him to renounce his duty. The world's hate has not reached his soul. His home is the abode of love. His heart is the dwell ing place of faith. Penal institutions are but rarely necessary for his kind. The public charities are not taxed to support hinr; his poor, and they are many, he himself supports. Let Us Reason Together. Come now, 0 Gentile world, let us reason together! We may...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

. Ft Twtnty THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1021. ' EDITOIIAU CONTRIBUTORS Texae-. Rabbi Martin Zlalonka Rabbi David Lefkowltx Rabbi David Roaanbaum Rabbi Henry Cohen Rabbi A. Werne Rabbi A. E. Abramowlti Rabbi Wolfa Maoht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi Samuel Roalnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Joaeph Blatt Rabbi Morria Taller Rabbi Chaa. B. Late Arkanaaa Rabbi Leonard Rothiteln Rabbi Joaeph H. Stoli Rabbi A. B. Rhine Louisiana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Mariflald . EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor THE PROBLEM OF MODERN FAITH. A colleague, friend and class mate of ours, Rabbi Joel Blau of New York sends U3 a monograph on "The Problem of Modern Faith." It is a splendid contri bution to the religious thought of the day, and shows its author to be what we knew long ago he is a man of a deep, incisive and analytical mind. The subject is philosophically treated, and the author has not attempted to put his thoughts in the every-day popular style. But nevertheless he does strike popular notes i...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

X I THE JEWISH MONITOR if. D 0) 0 : Friday, March 4, 1921. really have no serious problem. If Rabbi Blau wants to call this process a done-up religious par celf he may do so, but it is our firm conviction that it does more to balance the religious attitude of the average man, than a care fully thought-out philosophic system, which often detaches, may we say, its victim, from that group in which the thinker could have best fitted and lived his life. There are some men who can live a detached, ethereal exist ence an existence, which to use a well-known rabbinical fancy, would be a foretaste of the bliss in the world-to-come ; but frank ly we believe that the large ma jority of men do neither grasp nor could they find comfort in the summary which we have quoted. We do not intend that our re flections shall in any way detract from the splendid presentation of this personal problem as ana lyzed by Rabbi Blau. But we do feel that there is a certain dan ger in detaching one-self from the h...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1921. Page Twenty-Two THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. Phone, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Builnen Manager Officer! Dr. George Fox President Sam Llpshlt Vice-President Loula Morris Secretary-Treasurer The editor Is not responsible for views ex pressed by contributors. Anonymous letters will receive no consideration. , Entered In the Fort Worth Postofflce as Second Class Mall Matter by the Moni tor Publishing Company. JEWISH CALENDAR 5681-1920 New Year's Eve Sun., Sept. 12 Yom Klppur Wed., Sept. 22 Succoth (First Day) ....Mon., Sept. 27 Succoth (Last Day Shimini- Atzereth) Mon., Oct. 4 Simchatch Torah Tues., Oct. 6 Kosch-Chodesch Chesvun Wed., Oct. U RoBch-Chodesch Kislev ..Frl., Nov. 12 Chanukah (Feast of Dedica tion . .) Mon., Dec. 6 Rosch-Chodcsch Tebeth. .Sun., ..Dec. 12 Fast of Tebeth Tues., Dec. 21 5681- 1921 Rosch-Chodesch Shebat ....Mon., Jan. 10 Rosch-Chodesch Adar Wed., Feb. 9 Rosch-Chodesch...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

Friday, March 4, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Twenty-Three 1 " fort worth newsI Regular meeting Isador Straus Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., First and Third IiO.B.Dt Wednesday of each month 8:00 p. m., Assembly room Hebrew Institute. Visiting brcathern are cordially invited. Fraternally, ELI L. GILBERT, President DR. MAURICE COHN, Sec. 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 Sholm: Fri day evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath t Scheol Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 6480, Rosedale 6383, or 465. Mrs. M. Mandel of Houston is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldstein and also her sister and brother Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Friedman. The Merry Wives Club met with Mrs. Sam Rosen and spent a very pleasant afternoon. Mrs. Meyer Gernsbacher winning the high sco...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

.(!' Page Twenty-Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 19X1. Chandler SIX FAMOUS FOR ITS MARVELOUS MOTOR Why So Many Prefer The CHANDLER SIX The appeal of the handsome Chandler Sedan and Coupe is far-reaching among men and women who are appreciative of the better qualities of motor car design and construction and finish. The CHANDLER car, in all models, is more fairly priced than any other car of similar quality. SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES 7-Passenger Touring Car $1995. 4-Passenger Roadster $1995 4-Passenger Dispatch Car $2075. Limousine $3495 7-Passenger Sedan $2995. 4-Passenger Coupe $2895 (All Prices f. o. b. Cleveland, Ohio). A. P. MITCHELL AUTO CO. 515-517 Commerce St. LAMAR 1429 During these two weeks members of the Distribution Department's staff have been at work all night on several occasions. The immigrants are trans ported at the home in busses and no matter what time of the night they arrive meal is ready for them. The unusual situation has once more dem onstrated the ab...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

Friday, March 4, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Twenty -Flva INFORMATION FOR ALIENS DE SIROUS OF PROCEEDING TO THE UNITED STATES . Attention is called to the fact that new regulations have recently been put into effect concerning the visa ing of passports of aliens desirous of proceeding to the United States from foreign countries. In order to avoid lengthy delays, the following procedure should be carefully follow ed. Many aliens, now living abroad and desirous of coming to the United States, have friends and relatives in this country who are anxious that they should come to America. The friends and relatives in the United States should write the aliens inform ing them to follow explicitly the fol ing them of these new regulations and advising them to follow explicitly the following instructions: 1. The alien abroad should obtain passports from the foreign govern ment to which they owe alligence. 2. They should present the pass ports in person to the American Com missioner or Consul...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

Page Twenty-Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1921. Jewish patients out of a total of 1500. In this institution Rabbi A. Blum, the chaplain, introduced religious servi ces 12 years ago. First a monthly ser vice and now a bi-monthly service, as sisted by Rev. Mose of Rochester for the second service. Binghampton State Hospital for the Insane, Rabbi A. Blum, chaplain, holds a monthly service. There are only 100 Jewish patients in this hospital, which he introduced about 12 years ago. - Middletown State Hospital for the Insane has 120 Jewish patients, Rab bie A. Blum holds here a monthly ser vice introduced 10 years ago. Otisville, N. Y. Sanitorium for Con sumptives has 150 Jewish patients. Mrs. A. Blum holds here a weekly service introduced 10 years ago. JEWS NOT REPRESENTED ON : VIENNA'S SCHOOL BOARD. '. Vienna: (Jewish News Service). Alderman Ehrlich of the Vienna City Council submitted to the members of the Board at its session yesterday that there was not a single Jew on the...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

Friday, March 4, 1921. THE JEWISH M0NIT01 Page Twenty-Smn HONORS WENT TO RABBI WISE Rabbi Stephens S. Wise, head of the New WYork Free Synagogue rose to an emergency the other night with a fine example of quiet humor. It was at a dinner at the residence of J. P. Morgan. The guests inclucded men of prominence in various fields of public endeavor. The affair was informal, and the addresses were appropriate to this easy atmosphere. References to the influence of the Jew in New York life had elicited various comment, when one of the guests told a story. "I dreamed I died," said he, "and went across the Styx. St. Peter met me on the river bank and asked me if I would prefer the Christian heaven or the Hebrew heaven. I told him I'd look them both over and decide. He asked me which I would see first. I said I'd see the Hebrew heaven first so he led me to it. Everybody was talking business. I told St. Peter I'd have to ask him to take me to the Christian heaven. 'This one is just like New Y...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

Page Twenty-Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1921. f4 ' - i NEWS FROM DALLAS I observe the annual B'nai B'rith Day Feb. 27. A number of out-of-town members will be present for the occasion. . . Announcement has been received of the engagement of Miss Molly Cohen of Baltimore, Md., to Aaron Wolfe of Dallas. The wedding will take place at an early date. Announcement has been received of the engagement of Miss Josephine Mittenthal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mittenthal of New York City, to Louis Kaplan of San Bernardino, Cal. Miss Mittenthal formerly lived in Dallas. Mrs. Sam Bullman will leave today for San Antonio, wher she will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Carlos. She will make the trip in an airplane, which will be piloted by T. N. Kincan on of Dallas. Mrs. A. Heyman entertained Tues day night at her home, 3708 Colonial Avenue, honoring the seventeenth birthday of her daughter, Minnie. Dec orations suggestive of George Wash ington's birthday were used. After games ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

Friday, March 4, 1021. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Twenty-Nine can to help her husband, and, once she understands just what he can afford, the will live within their means. "Cases constantly come to the at tention of the credit men of the stores of Dallas, as well as of other cities, where more credit is sought when the person asking it has already shown he can not repay what he already owes. Some who owe $100 already, and are not repaying that, are asking to be allowed to 'charge' another $100 worth. They simply do not realize how closely business standing depends upon credit standing. even though he or she may go to an other city, that bad reputation will follow him, for the credit associations are Nation-wide, and by systems of references and past records, the busi ness honesty of the applicant for cred it is quickly ascertained. "Concerning those things, it is not only good morals for every person to deal with the strictest honesty and in tegrity with all with home he comes into bus...

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. — 4 March 1921

Page Thirty THE JEWI3H MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1021 THE JUDGEMENT OF WEN DOWSKY THE WONDER RABBI By Konrad Bercovici Everybody in Rivington Street knows Moses Holzman. A kind, little gray-bearded man who walks as if he never even heard of the word hurry. In the synagogue he is known as a man with a little learning, a little un derstanding and qualified to give ad vice in small matters. Moses Holzman's capital was a heavey gold ring in which shone a big diamond. On this ring he could al ways raise $400 from Herman Gold or Pincus Bloch, both brethern of the same synagogue, who loaned him the mpney on security, but without charg ing any interest. With the amount Moses roamed from auction room to auction room and bought only suie things, which he sold as slowly as he bought; a few hundred dozen socks, a few watches, a lot of shoes, a few hundred shirts, or whatever else presented itself, for which Moses Holzman was sure to find a market. He had to be very careful. He was dealing with o...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

0 Friday, March 4, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pap Thirty-Ont iiy..'.'.'."""" 0 o IT WAS : Mayor W. P. "Bill" Davis . 11 -M , , Za-V- -" 1 Who in spite of all opposition, built the greatest asset the city now has the source of its potential wealth, Iiake Worth. It was the same man who conceived and built the Meandering Road, which when com pleted will be more than 60 miles in length, and gave to our city the Greatest Driveway in the South. When completed, it will be for the rich and poor, the Scenic Driveway of Texas, and they who are town builders know what a great asset, a popular driveway is to those who want to come and settle in our midst. It was BILL DAVIS who initiated popular municipal improvements, which when com pleted, will give us more paved streets, than any city in the South. It was his adminis tration which is letting and has let contracts to take care of Garbage Removal in the most efficient fashion. IF YOU ARE A BUSINESS MAN YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO REMAIN AWAY FROM THE PO...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

Page Thiitjr-Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1021. BERLIN KEHILLAH ON VERGE OF BANKRUPTCY. .Berlin: (Jewish News Service). The financial condition of the local Jewish Kehillah is such that its imme diate bankruptcy is practically cer tain. It closed the books for the pre ceding year (1920) with a deficit of 1,750,000 marks or about $30,000 and a defict of 4,000,000 marks is expect ed this year, two million of which will be sustained by the Central Hos pital of the Jewish Kehillah. The deficit is largely due to the high cost of all materials and supplies used in the maintenance of the many insti tutions of the Kehillah. Notwithstand ing economies which the Kehillah has effected in nearly all of its branches and the fact that many schools were closed and those that were permitted to continue had their teaching staffs considerably reduced. A slight consolation in this sad state of affairs may be seen in the fact that, while the la wnow permits fact that, while the law now permi...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

0 Friday, March 4, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirty-Three SCHIFP WOULD ABIDE BY LAW BUT FABLE TAUGHT WAY TO HELP In the "Jewish Daily News" of Sep tempber 29th, Mr. Philip Cousin re lates the following: "It was in the latter part of Dec ember, 1915, while John Purroy Mitch ell was mayor of Nev York. "Due to the persection of the polica about three thousand Jewish stand keepers seemed to be in danger of losing their means of livelihood. The CommisBoner of License had unearth ed an old regulation which prohibited the standkeepers from selling candy, cigarettes and tobacco and this regu lation was being taken advantage of. "A committee of standkeepers ap pealed to the "Jewish Daly News" for help. "At that time it was no secret to anyone that Mr. Jacob H. Schlff the great Jewsh philanthropist, was personal friend of the late Mayor Mitchell. The editor requested me to go and see Mr. Schiff, relate to him the facts in the case and induce him to intervene with the Mayor. "To approach t...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

Page Thirty-Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1921. Recent Books You Should Read Don't Fail to Read the Monitor Ads The New Land, by Mrs. Elma Ehr lich Levinger, published by the Bloch Publishing Co., New York. This book contains some twelve stories founded on real incidents in American Jewish history. They are de lightfully written and carry with them not only lessons in American History, but ethical lessons as well. While written primarily for children, they make excellent reading for grown ups. - Songs and Dreams, by P ,M. Raskin, published by the Stratford Co., Bos ton, Mass. Mr. Raskin, who has al ready established his reputation as a poet, has here assembled some delight ful poems. They deal with many sub jects, but the most beautiful, with a few exceptions, are those that deal with the spirit of Raskin's people. He has encompassed in his verses the spirit of the Jew, and while the book has some poems that do not rise to the level of real poetry, his book is worth while...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

Friday, March 4, 1921, THE JEWISH MONITOK Page Thirty-Five dressmakers, lace makers, etc. It is not too much to anticipate that the reulting unemployment among the girls may precipitate social evils ot the darkest kind. "Our relief officers have become intolerable. I believe almost daily bitter and heartbreaking letters from our representatives in Tiberias, Saf fed and Hebren, describing the scenes in their offices when they have to give the reduced amounts, and imploring us to make every effort to increase these amounts, since the redcution means nothing short of lingering death from want for so many of the decinients. The individual poor, the permanent invalids, the aubercular, the cripples, the convalescent, the un employed, the individual aged, who have no one to whom they can appeal and who have been kept alive by our relief funds, are already, in a pitiable condition; and they will, during the coming months, sink into a condition which beggars description. "I do not know how I...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 4 March 1921

Page Thirty-Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 4, 1921. GOES TO PALESTINE AND BE BECOMES A JEW IN PROTEST AGAINST HUNGARIAN ANTI-SEMITES Budapest: (Jewish News Service). In the local Zionist office a Gentile peasant named Johann Baronya told the story that he was going to Pales tine, to hecome a Jew there, and work at the upbuilding of the country. He is going to do it, de declared, in protest against the Hungarian anti Semites and because he had always sympathy for Jews. The officials of the Zionist organi zation tried to dissuade him from his endeavor by pointing out that there was little work in Palestine and such work as could be found was ill paid, but the peasant was persistent. He stated that he was making prepara tions for a year and that he has al ready learned to speak Hebrew. He intends to leave his wife and child for the time being, with relatives, to bring them to Palestine after he has been es tablished there. His wife approves of the act. Baronya is a young energeti...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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