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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday,. April VJML which jfully 40,000 were volunteer!. ' The record of honors conferred on Jewish soldiers is notable. There are no less than 1,100 citations for valor on file in the office of Jewish War Eecords. The D. S. C. was conferred . off 160 'Jews and the Croix do Guerre on 174 Jews. The Congressional Medal of . Honor, of which only 78 have been conferred to date, was awarded to three Jewish soldiers. The total cas ualties of Jewish soldiers was about 14,000 including 2,800 killed in action. Memorial Resolutions. The report also gives the resolu tions adopted by the committee, ex pressing deep regret at the deaths of Jacob H. Schiff and Col. Harry Cut lerj of the executive committee, and of the five members of the general body who passed away in 1920, namely, Prof. Israel Friedlander, Emanuel Co. hen of Minneapolis, Isaiah W. Hell man Jr., of San Francisco, Albert Hessberg of Albany and Henry N. ' Weasel of Philadelphia. The officers of the American Jew ...

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. — 1 April 1921

ag Twenty-Eight 513 Milam Street THE JEWISH MONITOR We Have Heard It Said That Habit Was Responsible for Women Using Perfection Flour So Steadily. Yes! The Habit of Baking With Unexcelled Quality of Results! 55 FREE BUBO, ILLS. (OJTm&SAisfuawwr Foster & Glassell Company Ltd. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. Distributors Shreveport, La, Natchitoches, La. JMiance I namfind fo. i jiy anreveporr Friday, April 1, t t Louisiana

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

Friday, Apr 1, 1831. TK I JI WI 1 H M OK ITOI Page. Twenty-Nine EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texas Rabbi Martin Zletonka Rabbi David Ltfkowlti Rabbi David RoMnbaum Rabbi Hanry Cohan Rabbi A. Warn Rabbi A. E. Abramowlts Rabbi Wolf Macht Dr. R. Parbar Rabbi Samuel Roalngar EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTOR! Oklahoma Rabbi Joaaph Blatt Rabbi Morrla Ttllar Rabbi Chaa. B. LaU Arkanaae Rabbi Laonard Rothataln Rabbi Joaaph H. Stols ' Rabbi A. B. Rhino Rabbi Jarotno Mark Loulalana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Marlflald EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor CARDINAL GIBBONS AM ERICAN DIES. i The death of Cardinal Gib bons removes from the arena of the world's activity, one of Am erica's greatest thinkers and doers. His death is a distinct loss to the country. Cardinal Gibbons was a Prince of the Church; but he was an American just as well. He was one of those types of great men who felt that if he was a Catholic first by religion, he was an American first in his political loyalties. He was one of those who unde...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

0) Page Thirty'. THB JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 1, lftl. mm Watch for the First Installment of the . '. v.. ; - Jewish Problems View- ' . . . , :. ed Thru Gentile Glasses By WALTER HURT OSCAR LEONARD RESIGNS POSITION IN ST. LOUIS. Oscar Leonard, for almost ten yearj superintendent of the Jewish Educa taional and Charitable Association, now known as Jewish Community Centre, at 3636 Page, has resigned hit position to which he was unanimously re-elected for the tenth time the be ginning of this year. He has acquired an interest and has become vice-presi. dent of the G. C. S. Service Company, a New York corporation. The company was organized by men who, like Leon ard, have been in relief service aborad for the Joint Distribution Committee of which Felix Warburg is chairman The G. C. S. Company represents t number of American Banks abroad ir connection with the transmission ol funds for relatives in Poland, Lithu ania, Letvia, Roumania and other East European countries. The president o...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

Friday, Much 26, 18tl. THE JEWIIH MONITOR Pin Thirty-Ont the came hour, a Christian in Nw Orleana. Their birth follows a law. Who it there to say that there was a greater right to life at birth for either? These two human beings pass through the cycle of human exist ence and depart from the world; but one thing, out of the life of each, will leave its imprint upon the his tory of the world: Service to others. Jews' Work in the World. Sweeping aside all of the accumu lated common sense of the great American people, now comes one a success in commerce who says that the Jewish race is unworth of a com panion place with those other peo pies of the earth who walk about and perform relatively useful tasks. As a purely scientific proposition, no promise has been advanced in this country, or elsewhere, in recent years, containing within itself more outright stupidity. It is so true that there are good Jews and bad Jews, that it is a waste of the time of in telligent people to bring up so tr...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

Page Thlrty-Two THI JEWISH MONITOR Tfiixy, April I, tCi THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone, Lamar 0460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Business Manager Officer Dr. George Fox President 8am Llpshits Vloe-Prealdent Louti Morris Secretary-Treasurer The editor la not responsible for views ex- tressed by contributors. Anonymoua ettera will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort Worth Postoffloe aa Second Class Mall Matter by the Moni tor Publishing Company. where the society has branches name ly, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Phila delphia, San Francisco, Seattle. Open house will be the rule for the whole week of Passover. At Ellis lBlan4 there will be Sedorim for detained im migrants. In view of the quarantine regula tions in force, arrangements have been made whereby all Jewish immigrants who will be quarantined during Pass over, on steamships and at Quarantine stations, will be provided with special Passover food and Sedorim will b given for...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

friday, April ! 182L THE JEWISH MONITOR Pag Thlrty-Thre THE PEOPLE ARE WITH AMTEStBUIltY Canterbury Is With the PEOPL For Fire and Police Commissioner -Political Adv. CORSICANA. Winner is Announced by Palace Lit tle Miss Dorothy Kaufman Takes First Prixe in Contest Miss Dorothy Kaufman, aged 13 years, in Low Eight Grade, is an nounced as the winner of the first prize in the contest just closed by the Palace Theatre for the best essay on "To Please a Woman." A large number of essays were re ceived by the management of the the atre and there were so many of merit that it was with some difficulty the judge finally made a selection. After due deliberation the work of little Miss Kaufman was decided on. Following is the winning essay: To Please a Woman. , To please a woir.an Adam ate of the "Forbidden Fruit,' in the Garden of Eden. To please a woman Mark Antony abandoned his fleet To please a woman, Sir Walter Ra leigh placed a handsome coat of vel vet in the muddy path of Elizabeth, Que...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

Page Thirty-Four FORT WORTH NEWSl Regular meeting of Isador Straus Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B. B. First and Third Wed lesdays in each month, 8:00 O'clock. Assembly Room of Irtn n Hebrew Institute. Visiting irethren cordially Invited. Fraternally, ELI L. GILBERT. President. Da MAURICE COHN, 8eo'y. TEMPLE BETH-EL Corner Galveston and Broadway. Dr. George Fox, Rabbi. Services Friday evenings at 8 o'clock. Saturday mornings at 11 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday at 1:30, Sunday at 10:30. SYNAGOGUE AHAVATH SHOLOM Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday morning, 10:00 o'clock. fJe,M ?hon N,wi ,tem o Lamar 4560, Rosedals 6383, or 45S. Well-Known Poet Visits Fort Worth. The wel-known Jewish poet, Mr. P. M. Raskin, who is touring the south in the interests of the American Zion Commonwealth, is now in Fort Worth and will address several meetings here. The problem of building up Pales tine has many fascinating aspects. But one of the most in...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

Friday, April f 1021. SAN ANTONIO. The IoU Kappa Chi entertained Thursday evening, March 17th with a X St Patrick's dinner dansant at the V Women's Club. The ball room waa over-run with lovely ferns, flowers and St. Patrick's decorations. Dancing was enjoyed until the small hours of the. night Mr. and Mrs. W. Franklin, of 630 Kayton avenue, kept open house last Sunday afternoon, honoring their brother and his bride, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Franklin of Laredo, who are on their honeymoon. V Miss Trudy Beisman of Detroit, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. L Wolfe, on Evergreen street The San Antonio Zionist Society gave a Purim Dance at the old Bar atony Hall. The winner of the Gardner Automobile Contest was announced as Mr. Joseph Shapiro of St Louis. Mo. The Congregation Agudas Achlm entertained its members last Wed nesday with their first annual Purim Smoker. The purpose of the gathering was to foster the spirit of friendship and brotherhod among the members, and also to announce the ways and mean...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

Page Thirty-Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 1, ltti f I airi making no promises I cannot fulfill MME For Re-Election CITY TAX ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR COURTEOUS EFFICIENT SERVICE Political Adv. SHERMAN, On invitation of Mrs. Emit Sauer and Mrs. I. Karchmer and Mrs. Wein stein, the Jewish people of Sherman supplemented by the young ladies at tending Kidd-Key College and a num ber of Denison Jewish people, a cele bration in observance of Purim was held Tuesday evening, March 22nd, at the Commercial Club rooms. Mr. Jake Exstine being sopkesman of the even ing. The following program was ren dered: Reading by Miss Kennedy of Kidd Key College. Piano solo by Miss Annette Meyers. The Story of Purim, by Mr. I. Karchmer of Denison. Piano Solo, Miss Rebecca Freedman. Declamation by Joe Weingartine. Reading by Miss Bernice Sauer. The program was followed by danc ing. Punch and cake were served. The evening was very pleasantly passed and the entertainment declared a great success. Mr. Jim Wol...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

Friday, April 1, 1121. TBI JIWIIH MOMITOE Pa ft Thirty-Seven Cast of Characters. Candidates for Queen: Misses So- Prologue and Epilogue, 'Miss Eva phie Wolfson, Annie Alpern, Stephan Blank. ie Feilschmidt and Elsie Brettler. Candidates for King: Misses Sophie Spitz, Martha Bergolofsky, Ida M. Candidates for Mordecal: Misses Cohen and Minnie H. Goldberg. Dora Blank and Elsie Cohen. e I NEWS FROM DALLAS I Nathan, Frank and Meyer Rubin are rejoicing at the arrival in Dallas from Russia of their father, sister and brother. They were reunited after separation of nineteen years. Accom panied by the Rubin family is Mr. Ben Ackerman, Miss Rubins bethrothed. The elder Mr. Rubin is also a brother of Mrs. D. Fair of South Boulevard. Make arrangements to visit For Worth, April 17. We are promising you something big something worth while. Ask anybody about thi pep of the S. 0. F. Girls. We stanc back of our won!. Miss Mary Fredman entertained Sunday afternoon, March 20th, with a miscelleaneous s...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

Page Thirty-Eight THE JEWISH M0NIT01 Friday, April 1, IKL ADDITIONAL DALLAS LOCALS. Recitation (written by Mn. D. Gold berg,). Miss Dora Blank. Closing Chorus, Members of the Junior Auxiliary. Honoring Miss Mollie Cohen an April bride-elect, Miss Clara Morris entertained with a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at her home on Powhattan street. Bunco was the diversion of the afternoon, and all the prizes were awarded to the honoree. A clothes basket prettily decorated in pink and white held many beautiful gifts for the bride to be. A delicious fruit salad course and punch was serv ed. About thirty guests were bidden to this hospitality. Julius Klugsberg and Miss Dora Schepps, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Schepps were married Sunday even ing, March 20th, at the horns of the bride's parents on Forrest Avenue Road. Rev. Fram performed the im pressive ceremony which took place on the open lawn, just as twilight was falling. After the ceremony a wedding supper was served, and dancing w...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR 4. 0 Friday, March 95, 1021. trimmed with gray feather. Her shoes and gloves were gray and her fun were tables. She carried a bride's bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Hlrsch left for their wed ding trip to New York. They will be at home about April 20 at the Adolphus. Out of town guests for the wedding were Mrs. Hulda Rosenfleld of Okla homa City, grandmother of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. A. Gill and Mrs. Max Goldstein of Tyler and Miss Corinne Cerf of Ennis and Mrs. Dan Brown of Fort Worth. YESHIVA TO HAVE NEW HOME. Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary Will Dedicate It New Building April 3rd. The Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theolog ical Seminary, known as the Yeshivah the institution for the training of Orthodox Rabbis, will dedicate its new home at 301-303 East Broadway, New York City, beginning Sunday, April 3rd, and lasting throughout the week. Five years ago the Yeshivah moved into its present home, 9-11 ...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

Paga Forty TUB JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 1, 1ML 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 AT RENFRO'S, 7 Busy Rexall Drug Stores WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS NATIONAL FIX WANTED with some nice Jewish family, a home, by an elderly Jewish lady of means. State your price and address communication to 1100 Macon street Cafe Where Every Meal Is a FEAST DALLAS and FORT WORTH LAMAR 108 Union Transfer Co Moving Vane, Fire Proof Storage Baggage Transfer Of flo and Warahouae: 1704 Jama ttraet Ittntlon the Monitor In call Inf. Jiwlah Organisation! A Pro fessional Men Should know what tha Jewtah Praaa wiilM about tharo Tha Jewlih Praaa In All Languagae la Read and Cllppod by ua. We arc tha flrst and only Jawlah Clipping Harrloa Tor Cllpptnre from tha Jiwtih Praaa write to Clipping Dapt INTERNATIONAL JEWISH PRESS BUREAU, Inc iHhmm atreat. NfW YORK Talaphenat Cortl...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

Friday, April 1, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Forty-On How Palestinian Arabs Keep on Mak ing Trouble With Their Haifa Congress By iBh-Yehudi, Special Palestinian Correspondent of J. N. S. (Copyright 1921, by The J. N. S. Inc.) The following; appeal to the Arabian people of Palestine was published by the Arabian press: "Even before a congress or Arabs was officially called together, dele gates from all over the country have been going to Haifa, to take up mat ters of benefit to the country and fath erland. The congress met on Decem ber 13th, 1920, and every city had its delegates, except for those who could not be present for some reason or oth er and who have sent official excuses. "In view of the fact that our coun try now stands before the solution of. important' political and economic problems, and the question of our dear Palestine will come before tha League of Nations, and since Palestine was never as much in need of unity and solidarity as she is now, to de mand its rights a...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 1, 1921. Page Forty-Two natures. It is said that the object ov. collecting these signatures is to sub mit them to the Palestinian adminis tration as proof that the Arabian peo pie in Palestine is behind and support ing the Haifa Congress. ' The Jewish-Arabic newspaper, "Brich El om" answers all the boasts of the anti-Jewish newspapers thaV the Arabian Congress represents in part "societies which are themselves representatives of Arabian people.' The newspaper points out the falsity of that statement. It says that even if such were true, this circumstance could not give the congress any real authority, as it does not owe its ex istence to an election by the peopio, was ignored by many prominent men of the country and of course cannot speak in the name of the masse. It is no longer a secret, declare the newspapers, that the majority of the . people of Palestine have learned about the "Congress" only after the news papers have published reports of its m...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

0 4 Friday, April 1, 1921. Adler. The latter suggested the use, fulnesi of the subject adumbrated and its further prosecution by the fulness of the subject and its further prosecution by the speaker. The chair appointed as a nominat ing committee Albert M. Friedenberg, of New York; Leon H. Elmalch and Walter Hart Blumenthal, of Philadel phia, and the proceedings of the even ing session terminated in a collation greatly enjoyed by all participants. The second session of this annual meeting began on Tuesday morning, February 22, with the presentation of Rev. Dr. Henry Berkowitz'g "Addi tional Data on the History of Con gregation Rodeph Shalem of Phila delphia," which, in the writer's ab sence, was read by Rabbi Harry W. Ettelson, of Philadelphia. This con cerned the early facts in the history of this synagogue, the first one founded by German Jews in that city. Dr. Ad ler discussed the paper, and Dr. Ros enbach remarked briefly themn. D Harold orn, of New York, offered "A Survey of th...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Forty-Four the Principle of the Bight of Asylum Historically Considered."- The following necrologies of de ceased members of the society were read, viz.: Marcus Brann by Prof. Alexander Marx, Louis J. Aaron by Mr. A. Leo Weil, George Louis Beer by Mr. George Sidney Hellman, Emanuel Cohen by Mr. Charles J. Cohen, Harry Cutler by Mr. Louis Marshall, Clarence I. de Sola by Hon. N. Taylor Phillips, Albert Hessberg by Hon. Simon W. Rosendale, Abram S. Isaacs by Dr. Joshua Bloch, Simon I. Kohn by Hon. Horace Stern, Louis S. Levi by Rev. Dr. David Philipson, Jacob H. Schiff by Dr. Cyrus Adler, Henry N. Wessel by Hon. Mayer Sulz berger. Before adjourning the thanks of the society were tendered the governors of the Dropsie College for their hos pitality to the society and to Dr. Ad ler, now past president, for his many years' unremitting work for the so ciety. And the latter will be tender ed an engrossed set of resolution by a committee to be appointed by the new pre...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

Friday, March 35, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Paga Forty-Flvt anese War and at the beginning of tho tint Russian Revolution, Russian se cret agents and police officials. Grand Duke Serge at their head, at tempted to allay the fears of their Emperor, this time Nicholas II. Any thing to prove that the Russians were not dissatisfied with his rule was de manded. "Someone then recalled the old Orgewsky document, stored in tho archives of the Third Section. It was brought forth and read. It would do. Agents were despatched to Paris with instructions to develop and enlarge the original into a better and more modern form. "I recall the men who took up this task. There was the too famous Rachowsky. He was the head of the , Russian Secret Police in Paris. Manasewitch-Manluloff was another. This man later yielded a great influ ence on Prime Minister Stunner. He was also one of those who used the infamous Rasputin for their own spec ial aims and ambitions. Then there was also Mathew Golowinsky. Hi...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

0 Pare Forty-Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 1, 1921. FINDING WORK FOR JEWISH IMMIGRANTS. Iwt! OUfOO - iUJ.f.V .;, i U INI. H Ilk. l"- J 1 I ' P - f' ' I I 1 mm o l'.'.r.. i .... . .''i'-. y tonndin J oarer ' s ; 7 ' 1 Jewish immigrant are very eager to adapt themselves to the new sur roundings. This is the experience of the Employment Bureau of the He brew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America. The majority of the Immigrants coming now are wom en and children. They of course, go to husbands and fathers who are earning good money and have prepared com fortable homes for their dear ones. The single Jewish immigrants who pass through the Society's home at 229-231 East Broadway naturally ap ply to the Employment Bureau for work. A good many of the immigrant know trades, but the manner of work is different to that in the old country. So these people have to start over again. The Employment Bureau of the So ciety thus became a kind of Vocational .. Bureau. The applicant fo...

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