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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 March 1921

0 Friday,, March 11, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR PCt Seventeen 0 0 . WICHITA FALLS. Mrs. Berman and son of Amarillo, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Butler. Mrs. Leo Butler and son, and her guest, Mrs. Berman, left Saturday for. Dallas. From- there, Mrs. Butler will go to Houston for a month's visit Mrs. Alfred Fine, who underwent an operation at the Johnson-Beall Hospital in Fort Worth is rapidly re covering and will be able to be home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Lieberman of Burkburnett spent Sunday here. News has been received of the mar riage of Miss Ida Franklin of Dallas to Mr. Eugene Segall of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Segall are domiciled at the William and Mary hotel. Miss Florence Sacks of Houston is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Arthur Lyons. Miss Janet Goldberg, chautauqua speaker, was in the city Sunday and spoke at Temple Israel. Her subject was the Sabbath Schools and Their Teachers. At this meeting, it was vot ed that our rabbi, Dr. David Goldberg and the six Sabba...

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. — 11 March 1921

Pge Eighteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 11, .1921.- borhood adjacent to these schools with religious instruction:. -. The federation of Chicago Synagog ues which has recently undertaken to work in conjunction with the Union in ' the establishment of . religious schools is following the example set by New' York and fostering this work through its official board of directors of which Mr. Israel Cowen is presi dent - State Teachers' . Association, sus pended during the war, are now being revived. Two societies, one in Indiana and one in Ohio, have resumed their activities and are engaged in co-operating with the Department of Syna gog and School Extension in their en terprises. The department supplies these as sociations with exhibits containing the latest material for religious school uses and arranges programs for the annual meetings of those societies in cluding speakers and instructors on subjects of interest to Jewish educat ors. Plans to continue work in the New England ter...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 March 1921

DP. GEORGE FQX.D1T0P VVvyl I T "2T I H,K VOL. X, NO. 26. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1921. Price Five Cent 0 The White Crest Charity Wave By Rabbi H. B. Lieberman, Field Sec ' retary Jewish Consumptives' Relief . Society, Denver,' Colo. The "Leave-me-alone" citizen has plenty of cause to complain in these unusual days. Of all things the charity drives have become fully as annoying as the messengers of Job. Hardly has one set of campaigners finished their tale of woe, when, lo, and behold, another and a third, are bringing a sadder and a sadder mes - sage. But good people who are thrice blest because they are also logical, realite that it will take an ocean of r charity to wash away the blood of the war and the war's most tragic after effects for us Jews. The charity drives are, therefore, coming in waves, one wave trying to overtake the other. A great many of these waves are doomed to break be fore the "changeless bar" of the indif ferent and hardened heart of the "l...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 March 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 18, 1921. A Year of Jewish Immigration Page Two The Twelfth Annual Meeting of He brew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America, Held Sunday, February 13th New York Hippodrome Crowded to Excess The Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Hebew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America was held on Sun day afternoon, February 13, 1921, at the New York Hippodrome, Sixth Avenue and 44th Street, New York City. The great building, with a seating capacity of over 5,000 was crowded to excess and thousands had to be turned away for want of room. Besides tho representatives of the Society's branches Baltimore, Boston, Chica go, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Se attle there were delegations from the states of Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Indiana, Massa chusetts, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvan ia and Virginia. Mr. John L. Bernstein, the President of the society occupied the chair. The meeting was opened with a pray er by R...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 March 1921

0 Friday, March 18, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pagt Thm on acpbunt of a . long standing war order. . ' "In a table appended to the Annual Report you will find statistics of Jew ish immigration from tho year 1881 up to the end of the year 1920. In y. these 40 years, 2,064,672 Jewish im migrants came into the United States. The total immigration was 23,722,453, so that the percentage of Jewish im migration to the whole volume of immigration was 8.6 per cent. "During the year 1920 our Ellis Island Bureau handled 6,984 cases, 12 and only 12 of those cases were de ported and among these 12 there was not a single deportation for immoral ly ity or for criminal conviction or for f radical thought or tendency. In spite of all these hardships the present day immigrants suffer, they show no signs of them on arrival here, are happy and cheerful, and present splendid material for American citizenship. Referring to the Bills to restrict or exclude immigration now before Con gress, Mr. Bernstein mos...

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

.Page Four. . - THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 18, 1921. FORT WORTH NEWS titii Regular meeting Isador Straus Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., First and Third I0I3.D Wednesday of each month 8:00 p. m., Assembly room Hebrew Institute. Visiting breathern are cordially invited. Fraternally, ELI L. GILBERT, President DR. MAURICE COHN, Sec. 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 Scheol Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. ' Please Phone News Items to Lamar 6460, Rosedale 5383, or 455. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the He brew Institute will give a Purim en tertainment for the children of the Sabbath school for auxiliary members Thursday, March 24, from 3:30 to 6 o'clock at the Institute. Circle No. 3 of the Sisterhood will give a card party and cake s...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 March 1921

Friday, March 18, 1921. t H E JEWISH MONlTbft Pae Fire 4 0 o trains have been coming into New York railroad stations at the rate of one or two daily;, usually reaching New .York at midnight As a result of this t extraordinary situation, the Council's National Department of Im migrant Aid has been called upon to render incoming train service. As the unaccompanied young Jewish women arrive usually in large numbers the Council's Immigrant Aid representa tives assist them in locating their rel atives, taking special precautions that the men who are calling for them are bona fide relatives. A staff of night workers have been organized for this emergency work by the Council's De partment, and in co-operation with the Travelers Aid and the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Socie ty, representatives, the Council of Jewish Women is doing everything in its power to' welcome the immigrant end to assure her a safe journey to her new home. DELEGATION FROM MINSK DE MANDS THAT POLAND AN NEX DIST...

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 March 1921

ftfe Six . THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 18, 1921. i A YEAR. OF JEWISH IMMIGRA ; TION (Continued from Page 6) '. The first thing the Commission had to do . was to weata an organization. Offices were opened in Warsaw, Dan fig, Lemberg and Paris. Warsaw was selected as the main headquarters be cause it offered an opportunity for good service and because other parts of Eastern Europe were not as yet . accessible and ready for our work. Offices in Danzig became necessary because arrangements had to be made for the comfort of immigrants who were embarking from that port to America, Danzig having become a new tmd important factor in the Com missioner's operations. Offices had to be rented; a task by no means as easy as it sounds, and relationship established between the Commission and the Polish Government. In the last of these; the Commissioners had the invaluable help of the American Minister and the American Consular Service in Poland. There is only one American Con sulate in Poland...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 March 1921

Frlclay, March 18, THE JEWISH MONITOk Page SVM Seeting will be held at the home of rs; Louie Marmar. ' On Sunday evening one of the most delightful surprise events was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wuntch in honor of Mrs. Wuntch's brother, Leon Solenger. The rooms were beautifully decorated in pink and white crepe paper which ad. ded greatly to the festivity. Buncp was the main diversion in which Miss Rebecca Horowitz carried off the first prize of a box of silk handker chiefs. Chas. Cohen the boys' prize and Rose Horowitz the booby. The guest prize of a beautiful ivory powder box was given to Sadye Feinbeg of Phila delphia. After the game, the party was taken to the dining room where a large frosted cake with seventeen candles covered the table. As each lit a candle a wish was given to the hoi., oree. Later each one lit off a candle making a wish for themselves. When the cake was cut Sadye Feinberg got the dime and Minnie Cohen the but tons, causing much excitement and plea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 March 1921

Page Eight THE JEWISH VON IT Ok Friday, March 18, 1921. EDITOIIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texae Rabbi Martin Zlalonka Rabbi David Lefkowltx Rabbi David Roaenbaum Rabbi Henry Cohen Rabbi A. Werne Rabbi A. E. Abramowlti Rabbi Welfe Maeht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi Samuel Roalnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Joaeph Blatt Rabbi Morria Teller Rabbi Chaa. B. Lata Arkanaaa Rabbi Leonard Rothateln Ribbl Joaeph H. Stoli Rabbi A. B. Rhine Rabbi Jerome Mark Loulilana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. ' Morlflold EDITORIAL IRABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor CLEARHEADEDNESS. A clear head is maintained with greatest difficulty when it is most sorely needed and can be of supreme service. Happy the mother, who, in time of immin ent danger to her darling, can control her mental poise to the extent of warding off the threat- enedblow, or to make it least harmful. These thoughts suggest them selves when we find the Jew be set not only by the devil dogs of his enemies, whom we must fight with dignity and self-possession, but over whose h...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 March 1921

Friday, March 18, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nin 0 THE WHITE CREST CHARITY WAVE. . (Continued from Page 1). ognite all boundary lines, and the dis tinctions of classes and wealth. He in vades the weakened lungs of the un derfed shop-girl and also those of the anaemic daughter of the millionaire. Ha entrenches himself alike in the strained throat of the school teacher and also in that of the over-worked and ever-popular orator. Even the out and-out most selfish man, therefore, realizes that there is one charity he cannot afford to resist for it will leave behind him the foam of the "white plague' that foam which even chan ges the changeless tar and destroys the hardest rocks. AH agree then, that this dreadful plague must be gotten rid of. And those of our unfortunate brothers, sisters and children who are already caught in the meshes of its spider web we must help in disentangle, and help quickly. We must send them to the mountain-tops of . Colorado, where God's free air is as pur...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 March 1921

Page Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 16,1921 t . CORSICANA NOTES. . . Mrs. Esir Ablon of Fort Worth is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Dreeben for a few days. Mrs; Isadore Cohn has returned to Dallas after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Levine. ' Mrs. Abe Greenberg of New York City (nee Belle Costa) has been enjoy ing a round of social pleasures, many being given in her honor. Her mother, Mrs. Ralph Costa, will entertain for her on Friday afternoon with a bridge matinee, which is being looked for ward to with great pleasure by the invited guests. Mrs. M. M. Miller has returned from a visit to Waco. Mrs. Ben Rosenberg and Miss Edith Kcron were in Dallas Monday. Mr. Louis Nathan of Dallas was in our city on business Tuesday. Mr. Will Daiches of Laredo spent Monday with his brother, Sam Daiches recently. Misses Rose Daniels and Daisy Wolens were in Ennis Monday night for a concert. Mr. Labe Golden was in Dallas Sun day. Mrs. M. M. Miller was hostess to the Wednesday B...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 March 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven Friday, March 18; 1921. GALVESTON. . Jewish Women to Observe Council Sabbath Here. Council Sabbath has been designat ed as March 19 by the Council of Jew ish Women nationally and the local Council will observe the day, it was announced at the meeting of the coun cil, Tuesday March 18th held in the afternoon in the basement of the syn agogue. Besides the regular ritual ser vice by Rabbi Henry Cohen Mrs. Abe Blum, a member of the Council, will address the congregation and every member is expected to attend the morning service, it was announced. The meeting was largely attended and interest; manifested in the resolu tion adopted to take an active part in the election of school trustees on April 2 for the public, schools of the city. It was decided to hold the annual home economics' day Wednesday, April 13, at the Synagogue, the pro gram and committees in charge to be appointed later. 'Five shares were voted to be taken In the American Le gion home, which ...

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. — 18 March 1921

Page Twelve THE JEWISH M ON ITOR Friday, March 18, 1921. Mrs. Hyman Fair and children have retuned to their home in Ranger, af ter a visit with parents and grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Lipman and Mr. and Mrs. D. Fair. . Plans are complete for a Purim Ball to bo given on Thursday, March 31st, by the Tifereth Israel Ladies' Society at the Labor Temple at 8:30 o'clock. Como an J bring your girl! Simon Fram spent Sunday in Waco. Mr. nr. ' Mrs. M. Kaufman have an- I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 Mr. R. L. Steiner is in New York on business. Mrs. Henry Silverman of Marlin, Texas, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. I. G. Bonmberjr. Mrs. Zode Rosenthal has gone to Shreveport to visit her mother over the Passover holidays. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Freedman have returned to Shreveport. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Munsey have re turned from Houston and Galveston. Some Jews of Dallas organized the fo-Operative Credit Association for the purpose of making small or weekly payments to the sxall merchant or a working man. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 March 1921

0 Friday, March 18, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen 4 0 nounced the carriage of their daugh ter Victoria, to Phil H. Kaufman. Plans are complete for a Purim Ball to be given on Thursday, March 31st, by the Tifereth Israel Ladies Society at the Labor Temple at 8:30 o'i'tck. A' good time is assured to all. ' A surprise party was given last Saturday evening by the younger set in honor of Miss Eva Goldberg of San Antonio, who is visiting her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Wolzinger, 2605 Riggs street. Several bunco games were played, followed by a seven course luncheon, after which a buffet supper was served. Music an dancing was enjoyed by all, after i which the party ended to a slumber party. J. Cub Forgotson has returnesd to his home in Alexandria, La. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Joffee enter tained with a dinner dance at the Col umbian Club on Saturday evening, honoring Miss Ruby Rosenfield and Fred L. Hirsch, whose marriage will be solemnized March 23rd, at Temple Ema...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 March 1921

Page Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 18, 1921. Warsaw: (Jewish News Service). A- Conference of representatives of all relief committees and other relief agencies working in Poland, Galicia, Lithuiania and Ukraine hold with the European officers of the American Joint Distribution Committee to liq "THE SOUTH'S FASTEST GROWING PAPER HOUSE" GAMER PAPER COMPANY WHOLESALE PAPER WRAPPING PAPER, PAPER BAGS, BOXES AND TWINE PRINTING DONE IN OUR OWN PLANT FORT WORTH and DALLAS BUY IT RENFRO'S, 7 Busy W E WANT YOUR BUSINESS NATIONAL FIX Cafe Where Every Meal Is a FEAST DALLAS and FORT WORTH Jtwish Organizations ft Pro fesslonsl Men Should know what the Jewish Preaa wrlti about thm Th Jtwlih Preeo In All Language I Raid and Clipped by u. W ar th flrat and only Jewish Cllpplnf Service For Cllpplnra from th Jewteh rrcaa write to Clipping Dept. INTERNATIONAL JEWISH PRESS BUREAU, Inc. 6 Btekman ttreet. NIW YORK Telephone! Cortlandt MM LAMAR 108 Union Transfer Co i ' Moving Vana, Fire Proo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 March 1921

Friday, March 18, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Fifteen MADAME BERTHA KALICH. Mme. Bertha Kalich, who is soon to emerge from her retirement, after a long period of rest and study follow ing a brilliant two years' engagement in "The Riddle Woman" has just com pleted a memorial to the electors of the Hall of Fame, setting forth the unquestionable claim of Edwin Booth to a place beside the other leaders of American advancement. This is but the beginning of a thoughtfully pre pared campaign to which the famous actress proposes to devote as much time and energy as may be needed dur ing the years to come until the end is achieved and in which she has already enlisted the help of so many of the most prominent men and women from every sphere of activity in the coun try. Mme. Kalich's devotion to the greatest of American actors began in girlhood, before she came to this country and there are few American born students of stage literature and history who have a more intimate ac quaintance wit...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 March 1921

Page Sixteen THE JEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phon, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Builneaa Manager Officers Dr. George Fox President 8am Llpshlts Vice-President Louis Morris Secretary-Treasurer The editor Is not responsible for views ex- f tressed by contributors. Anonymous etters will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort Worth Postoffloe as Second Class Mall Matter by the Moni tor Publishing Company. THE JEWISH MONITOR JEWISH CALENDAR 5681- 1820 New Tear's Eve Sun., Sept. 12 Tom Kippur Wed., Sept. 22 Succoth (First Day) . ...Mon., Sept. 27 Succoth (Last Day Shlmlnl- Atzereth) Mon., Oct. 4 Slmchatch Torah Tups., Oct. 6 Rosch-Chodesch Chcsvan Wed., Oct. ll Kosch-ChodRch Klslov ,.Frl Nov. 12 Chanukah (Feast of Dedica tion . .) Mon., Deo. ( Rosch-Chodesch Tebeth..Sun., ..Dec. 12 Fast of Tebeth Tues., Dec. 21 6681-1921 Rosch-Chodesch Shebat ....Mon., Jan. 10 Rosch-Chodesch Adar Wed., Feb. 9 Rosch-Chodesch Ve 'adar ..Frl., Mar. 11...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 March 1921

j e . DP. GEOPGE FOX.,EaTOP VVvOv VOL. X. NO. 27. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1921. Price Fir Cacti What Have You Done to Save a Starving Child? How Much Can You Do, K Hindi DO YOU Do ! The Jewish. Monitor has undertaken to have its readers adopt and consult the innermost depths of your soul then turn to your twenty children little ones, orphaned, half-orphaned, destitute and starving:. Will we be successful let your conscience answer. We have been blessed in this wonderful land of ours in truth it has been overflowing with milk and honey for most of us ; of course we have our poor also but God is witness to the fact that compar ed to how much THEY lack, we are wallowing in wealth. You who own child, to your own grandchild, to your neighbor's child, and answer the call for life that their little mates in the harassed land have sounded to us. Merciful sons and daughters of a Merciful Father blessed son and daughters of a Blessed Land send forth your blessings to those...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 March 1921

Pago Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 25, 1921. The Mother of Zionism Stufly of Emma Lazarus, A Singer of Her People. he lady to whom this title is as cribe was a Jewish poetess who lived and wrote in New York in the eigh ties of the last century. She belonged to an aristocratic Jewish family. The high circles in which she moved did not encourage anything in the nature of Jewish sentiment This lady wrote poetry from her earliest youth, work which soon became acknowledged by authors of the highest rank. It gained her even a European reputation when she was not older than twenty-five. "An author who writes as you do," said a celebrated writer of her time, "is not a pupil in art any more.' Laz arus, whose writings hitherto had dealt entirely with secular and non Jewish subjects. If anything, her at titude to Jews was distinctly hostile. iThen things occurred which complete ly turned the current of her sympa thies, and changed her into an ardent champion of her race the Russian pers...

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