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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

FridayApril 1, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Forty-Sever. A Whale of a Car Hirsch & Leman Co. All over the country people are calling the new Stationers and Booksellers Athletic Goods Office Supplies Pictures and Picture Frames SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA The Favorite Drink of the Nation Characteristic of the U. S. A. Pepful Zestful Restful la a beverage that is good at all times. It has no season. In summer it quenches the thirst in the most satisfying man ner; it soothes heat-jangled nerves; it rests the tired body. It does the same spring, autumn and winter. But buy it in a bottle, because is better bottled 212 Market Street SHREVEPORT, LA. Paige 6-66 a WHALE OF A CAR a real Automobile, the best buy in its class. The new Continental 8 a Motor is the latest crea tion in motor power plants. This motor in a special racing chasis broke the world's stock car record at Daytona Beach, making a mile in 35.01 seconds. The car is made and sold by Automobile enthusiasts. Crawford, Jenkins &am...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 1 April 1921

0 Ptg Forty-Elgfct THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 1, HAND BAGS, SUIT CASES AND OTHER LEATHER GOODS BACK TO PRE-WAR PRICES AT KIDD-RUSS TRUNK & BAG CO. 2 Why use that old luggage on that trip? It has served its purpose. Discard it and buy a piece more suited to your needs and convenience. Tell us your needs and we will show the kind adapted for such use. We've luggage you want at the price you wish to pay, and don't forget "KID RUSS" stands for "QUALITY" -THE HOUSE OF GOOD LUGGAGE" awaits your inspection of their incomparable line of leather goods. WE ARE CAREFUL DRUGGISTS Majestic Drug Store C. R. Caldwell, Manager Majestic Bldg. II L. IW CffiliMxi m m m if 'mi .j-e I 3 fill ILIllSf of nowmtj AND THIRST QUtNCK'"! JtJ GROSS MAN'S SONS VVAS V - . "THE DRING OF THE NATION" afi DISTINCTIVELY INDIVIDUAL AND THIRST QUENCHING. ' THE MOST COMPLETELY EQUIPPED SANITARY BOT TUNG PLANT SOUTH. WE USE POLAR DISTILLED WATER EXCLUSIVE LY. THERE IS NO "KICK" TO IT-be safe and you will be happy...

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. — 8 April 1921

OA DR. GEQPG E " FOX . .ED TO R i IE Mi h- : 0 .4. I HTLi 2 - eading Jewish Joumw r?7fe Gpeat Sovthwes. VOL. X, NO. 29. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1921. Price Fit Canto Til ll&ll r; r ll&ln T-'vT Itnll ilr L .1111 111 I a in in i r--' Eitera Tencnbaum, Age 6. S. 0. F. Club. Rynka Ruebla Goldblum, Age 11. Who Will Adoot Her? Nachman Tyk, Afje 13. Who Will Adopt Her? Estera Simullwici, Age 6. Who Will Adopt Him? THE CALL OF By Rabbi A. E, Answer the call of one million orphans in tortured Europe, whj with pinched lips, white with hunger, are awaiting your help. Answer the call of one million orphans who are cro iching in the slaughter reeking lanes of devastated Europe, and ere awaiting your help. When you press your beloved little darlings to your warm heart, throbbing with fatherly and motherly love, when you feel their soft little warm hands around your neck, remember that over there in down-trodden Poland, Russia, Eukrrania, Galicia, Roumania and other war ...

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. — 8 April 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 8, 1921. Page .Two llFORT worth newsI I I Regular meeting- of Isador Straus Lodge No. 519, I. O. B. B. B. First and Third Wed lesdays In each month, 8:00 AtRAmhlv Rnnm nf IO R 1 Hebrew InBtltute. Visiting S'lJ,iJ'retren cordially InVlted. Fraternally, ELI L. GILBERT, President. DR. MAURICE COHN, Sec'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 9:30, 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. Pleas Phone News Items to Lamar 4560, Rosed ale 6383, or 455. The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Hebrew In stitute will take place Tuesday after noon, April 12, at 3 o'clock. All mem bers are invited to come. The Kadimah Circle composed of thirteen Jewish girls ranging from sixteen to nineteen ytars ...

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. — 8 April 1921

Friday, April 8, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR ;4 1 i 4.-' 5i VM. M. MASSIE, President Amalgamated Tiro Store Corporation f Tvxua; I'reM. Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce; alttu Vim I'res. Kort Worth National ilaiik. CONFIDENCE! TTie Greatest Asset of the Commercial World IJSSTER C01VANS, Vtca President and Maruiv.ng Di rector AmalRnmnted Tire Stores Corporation nf T XdH Mans faith in his fellow man it is that which makes the world go round. Not a wheel of commerce could turn except for the confidence placed in the written or spoken words of Nations and individuals. A bank check, a note or any piece of com mercial paper would not lie worth anything at all, were it not for CONFIDENCE. The Amalgamated Tire Stores Corporation's greatest asset, in the opinion of those who founded it and who have carried it so quickly to the goal of success, is the confidence of its thousands of satisfied customers throughout the United States. Canada and Mexico. This success we have won by strict adherence to ...

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. — 8 April 1921

Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 8, 1921. SAN ANTONIO NEWS Jewish Women's Council Meets In San Antonio The suggestion that immigrants should be trained either in this coun try or abroad, fitting them for pro ductive work in America, and distrib uted throughout the country, accord ing to their vocational qualifications was contained in an address made by Mrs. Rose Fridner Aronsfeld of Gal veston before the Conference of Texas Sections of the Council of Jewish Women, which opened its first state meeting here yesterday. "We have, in considering immigra tion, touched upon the first step to ward Americanization,'' the speaker declared. "No man can be a good citi zen of any country if he is not hap py, and no man can be happy if he is not engaged in work that is either productive or congenial or both. When we have placed the immigrant in a po sition to take care of himself and his family, and have shown him that here he can live, save and learn and that his children can learn an...

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. — 8 April 1921

THE JI WISH MONITOR Friday, April 8, 1921. of years ago. The conucil today is rep resented in many cities, said the speaker. Faith and humanity is the underly ing principal of the council, said Mrs. Hertzberg, and continuing gave a short history of its origin in this city V in 1907 when Mrs. Clara Schwab of Cleveland was in the city. Its work in the immigrant night school and the work in the free kindergarten, which has grown into settlement work as well, was outlined. Settlement work with the immi grant and Americanization work were spoken of as among the responsibili ties of the council and its members. Rabbi Eidney Tcdesche gave a vivid U, word picture of Olive Schrcincr's poem, uescriDing me condition oi women an nnnriRpl and without am bition ,then of the voice that came from tho sky, saying "She must help . herself." Dr. Tcdesche spoke of the war and the wonderful aid given the men when called to their assistance. He quoted the words of Archimedes, when he slid "Give me a plac...

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. — 8 April 1921

Page Six THE JEWISH MONITOB Friday, April 8, 1921. Jewish Problems Viewed Through Gentile Glasses BY WALTER HURT 0 wad some flower the giftie gie us To see oursel's as others see us!" Burns. For NOTE Be It understood that thle aer lie of article presents Jewish questions purely from the non-Jewish viewpoint, and neither the editor of this Journal nor any Jew should be regarded as responsi ble for, or necessarily agreeing with, any opinion herein expressed, excepting quotations of Jewish origin. W. H.) ARTICLE I. Preliminary Survey of the Subject Israel approaches the fulfillment of ancient prophecy. The deathless dream of countless centuries is about to be realized. Judea now beholds the prom ise of an early completion of its his toric mission. The patient purpose of the Race Eternal at last is justified. The Messianic Era is at hand. Human society has been disorganiz ed by the destructive clash of con flicting national ideals. It must be ro constructed according to the Jewish conce...

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. — 8 April 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seven Friday, April 8, 1921. these questions is co-extensive with civilization. , For the solution of any given prom, lem productive of evil effects, It Is necessary: First, to understand the nature of the problem; second, to de . ermine the causes of effects evidenc ed" third, to devise a means for re mov'ng tho3e causes. Tie chief point of which is that such a problem does not cease to exist merely when its nn ture and cauic are aiMtained. The complete solution comes only with the removal of the cause. Various causes for race antagnolsm are ascribed by diffenrt writers, but !. w of these have toi : led the funda mentals of the problem. They find the S phenomena, but they miss the nou. mena. Because most such writers, es pecially the non-Jewish, have no ac tual understanding of the etiology ot ethnic hatred, their faulty . diagonals mistakes manifestations for the mata dy; therefore, they would apply lncor red therapeutics. In any discussion of divers Jewish...

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. — 8 April 1921

Page Eight THK JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 8, 1921. EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texae Rabbi Martin Zlelonka Rabbi David Lefkowltac Rabbi David Roaanbaum Rabbi Henry Cohen Rabbi A. Werne Rabbi A. E. Abramowltx Rabbi Wolfe Macht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi 8amuel Roalnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Oklahoma Rabbi Joaeph Blatt Rabbi Morrla Teller Rabbi Chaa. B. l.atx Arkanaae Rabbi Leonard Rotheteln Rabbi Joaeph H. Stoli Rabbi A. B. Rhine Rabbi Jerome Mark Loulelana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Marlfleld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor" RABBI FRANKLIN APPEARS TO BE ANGRY 'Rabbi Leo M. Franklin ap pears to be angry. In the last issue of the Detroit Jewish Chronicle, he again takes issue with us in the course we have pursued in these columns, re garding the retirement of Dr. Kohler and the election of his successor. And we know that our good friend is angry, be cause only in anger can he be come illogical, draw a false an alogy, and mistate our position. Here are paragraphs from his editorial: RABBI...

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. — 8 April 1921

Friday, April 8, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone, Lamr M&O DR. GEORGE FOX. LOUIS MORRIS EDITOR Business Manager Offloara Dr. George Fox President Sam Llpshlts Vice-Preeldent Louis Morris Secretary-Treasurer The editor la not responsible for viewe ex- iressed by contributors. Anonymous etters will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort Worth Postofflce aa Second Class Mall Matter by the Moni tor Publishing Company. JEWISH CALENDAR 6681.1920 New Tear's Eve Bun., Sept. II Yom Klppur Wed., Sept. 22 Succoth (First Day) .....Von., Sept, 27 Succoth (Last Day Shlmlnl- Ataereth) Mon., Oct. 4 Simchatch Tornh Tups., Oct. 6 Kosch-Chodesch Chcsvan Wed., Oct. IS Rosch-Chodescli Klalev ..Krl., Nov. 12 Chanukah (Feast of Dedica tion ..) Mon., Dec. 6 Rosch-Chodesch Tebcth. .Sun., ..Dec. 12 Fast of Tebeth Tucs., Dec. 21 6681- 1921 Rosch-Chodosch Bhebut ....Mon., Jan. 10 Raesh-Chodesch Adar Wed., Feb. Rosch-Chodesch...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 April 1921

Page Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 8, 1921. WICHITA FALLS. Mesdames Kleinman and Swatt En tertain. Mrs. H. Kleinman and Mrs. Swatt entertained a number of friends at a very delightful card party Tuesday af ternoon, the hospitality being given at the home of Mrs. Kleinman, Seven teenth and Bluff. Five tables of play ers enjoyed bridge, and a sixth table enjoyed the' novelty game of "raca horse." The hostesses' prizes were un usually handsome, the three favors be ing hand embroidered linens, towels for the high scores, and a set of doilies for the consolation. Mrs. David Gold berg won the bridge high score. Mrs. William Becker the bridge consolation and Mrs. Horwitz of Butler, Pa., scor ed high in the "race horse" game. A tempting two-course luncheon, the salad plate being followed by lc cream and cake, was served at the game's close to Mesdames Alpern, Shack,, Becker, A. B. Wolfson, Abe Marks, Philip Kleinman, Yurdin, Saul Lebenson, Spitz, Horwitz, of Butler, Pa.; A. Horwitz, ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 April 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR 0 Friday, April 8, 1921. European child relief fund was made by Miss Dora Blank, who read most effectively some verses written by Mrs. D. Goldberg. The response was, as stated, $23 being collected for the fund. The concluding number in the en tertainment was a chorus by the elev en members of the Junior Auxiliary, "Showers." To Raise $5,000 for Jewish Relief Fund. The Joint Distribution Committee of America, in its last effort for the stricken people in eastern and central Europe, is appealing for the sum of $14,000,000 as a minimum to carry to fruitful completion the relief work of the past four ycarr. "Opening guns" to that end have been fired In Texas, and the first ctty in Texas to heed the pleading call is Wichita Falls. At a conference between leading Wichita Falls Jews and a representa tive of the Joint Distribution commit tee, the minimum quota for this com. munity has been placed at $5,000, anfl tne following gentlemen, with Dr. Da vid Goldberg as chairma...

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. — 8 April 1921

Page Twelve NEWS FROM DALLAS I Plea for War Sufferers Made by Dr. ' Lefkowitz. "The drive for the Jewish war suf ferers, which is to begin on April 11 throughout the entire state of Texas, will be without doubt the most urgent that has ever been held, as the suffer ing, disease and deaths have reached such a stage that is beyond imagina tion," said Dr. David Lefkowitz yes terday. "If every man and woman in Dallas could have heard Jacob Billikopf tell the story of Poland and her Jewish sufferers as he told it to the workers of the Jewish war relief campaign, there would be no question as to how much Dallas would subscribe. The only doubt would be how many times the quota would be oversubscribed. And yet, Mr. Billikopf admitted that he would not tell all that he knew. And he said 'When I try to set down in black and white the things that I have seen I literally go to pieces emotion ally." "What he did tell was heartrender ing enough. He told of Vilna, the Je rusalem of Poland, with it...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 April 1921

Friday, April 8, 1921. Chest," by J. A. Rosenfield, will be the opening: offerings, and the cast will be "Retta Moses," Miss Sadie Fleisher; "Leah Cohen," Miss Regina Hart. The second number will be a musical recital by Miss Rosalyne As- ner, an advanced pupil of Ruben Da vies. The third number will be a morali tv olav entitled "Every Girl," by Mrs. Lillie Eckhouse of Newark, N. J., and the cast will include thirty young la dies from the Junior Council of Jewish Women. The Columbian Club entertained members and their guests with a din ner at 6:30 p. m. at the club house. A large number of guests made reserva tions. Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Jacoby have returned from a trip to New Orleans and St Joseph, Mo., and have taken apartments at the Jefferson hotel. Will R. Roth of Jefferson, Texas, was in the city Sunday. Miss Grace Goldstein has gone to San Antonio, Texas, for a few days. Mr. Dave Elsas left Sunday for a month's business trip through Mexi co. Mr. Herman Meyer will return Sun day ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 April 1921

Page. Fourteen WICHITA FALLS LOCALS. (Coninued from Page 11). The Wednesday Bridge Club met this week with Mrs. Phil Kleinman. The club prize went to Mrs. Al Hot witz, and visitors' prizes were given to Mrs. Horwitz and Miss Horwitz 01 Butler, Pa. A Dutch lunch was servea to Mesdames Art, Wolfson, Kaufmcn, Greenberg, Paul, Horwitz, Liepold, Horwitz of Butler, Pa. and Misses Horwitz of Butler, Pa., and Rose Rles enberg. Mrs. Saul Liebenson gave the first of a series of bridge parties last Thursday afternoon. The high score prize went to Mrs. Jacob Emden ana the low score prize to Miss Elsie Co hen. The color scheme used was yel low and white, and corsage boquets were given for favors. Those who en joyed Mrs. Liebenson's hospitality were: Misses Ethel Shapiro of New York, Elsie Cohen and Lillie Ginsberg Mesdames Jacob Emden, Harry Yurden, E. L. Juster, Abe Marks, S. Swatt, H. Kleinman, Dampf, Butler of Alexandria and Joe Emold. Miss Rose Riesenberg is the guest of Miss Hazel Sachs in ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 April 1921

Friday, April 8, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR, Pap Fifteen JEWISH PROBLEMS VIEWED THROUGH GENTILE GLASSES (Continued from Page 7.) I give to Jewish problems my pro foundest attention. It is because 1 have a passion for liberty, justice, and brotherhood, and see in Judaism the Bole agency for their attainment, that it makes its appeal to me. It is because I would see ended the madness of international massacre that is war, because I have a great de sire for human harmony, because 1 Ion i? to see the ancient nations grow in grace in a more beautiful world ruled by the Law of Love, that I en deavor to promote Judaic principles and lend my best effoits to hasten the. hour of Israel's victorious vindication with its attendant triumph of social transformation. This change will come because of in tolerable conditions which only the Jewish ideal of universal justice can relieve. This ideal has not before been realized because social evolution had not reached the stage where we were ready for it...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 8 April 1921

Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 8, 1921. t, , , " Us ; '$it v i I x , '' V i , - 'y ' f V&m : 5.' : -r- 4 FOR 22 YEARS I HAVE PLEASED MY CUSTOMERS and friends who desire their clothes made a certain way. During the past 10 years at my former location, 109 East Ninth street, my business has grown until I was forced to seek larger floor space in order to render the same efficient service. "Clothes Made Your Way" Cleaning, Pressing and Alterations Executed by Practical Tailors JOE SCHWARTZ, Practical Tailor 1009 Main Street 1009 Main Street

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 April 1921

9 0 mm I I -ST? TTT Mill "" 1 I ILL JUUE 7-a I EZ Ki 2 in 1 11 fin DP. GEOPGE F0X.ED1T0P I VOL. X, NO. 30. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1921. Price Five Crate PASSOVER "PESACH" 5681 SATURDAY, APRIL 23rd 1921 rnii ifiiiii $ ii i if Gitla Belzycka, Age 4. Who Will Adopt Her? Pesel Fiszkiewicx Age 12 Ruchla Rotszyld Age 13. Sura Ciele Age 8. TO THE AMERICAN CHILDREN American children, big and small, Do you hear the pleading call? Who I wonder can it be? Hark! it comet from o'er the tea. Stop a minute, look and tee In distress they seem to be, A cry of help is their call Support them, oh I they're about to fall Is deceiving me my sight Or do I really see aright t Thousands of children til ages and size Are fainting and dying before our very eyes. Who are they, who can tell None of them seem really well With heads so big and feet so thin, . And on their lips a deathly grin. And why are they left right there T Where are their fathers, where? And why don't their mother's com...

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. — 15 April 1921

Page Two THE JEWISH M9NIT0K Friday, April IB, 1921. Jewish Problems Viewed Through Gentile Glasses BY WALTER HURT '0 wad some power the giftie gie us To see oursel's as others see us!" 'Burns. MOTE Be it uhderttood that thlt ter Im of article! preterite Jewish questions purely -from the non-Jewish viewpoint, and neither the editor of this Journal nor any Jew should be regarded as responsi ble for, or necessarily agreeing with, any opinion herein expressed, excepting quotations of Jewish origin. W. H.) CHAPTER II. Causes of Race Antagonism. Race antagonism, in common with all social manifestations, has an eco nomic root; although religion and pa triotism, twin festishes of fanaticism and chief resource and reliance of the demagogue, ordinarily afford a false basis for justification of its active ex pression. It is futile to seek an elsekind ex planation of any social phenomena. Caste distinction does not differ es sentially from racial antipathy, being merely a further equation in th...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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