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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 15 April 1921

Friday April 15 1021. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nina THEJEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. Phons Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Business Manager Officers Dr. George Fox President Bam Llpshlts Vice-President Louis Morris Seoretary-Treasurer The editor Is not responsible for views ex- f tressed by contributors. Anonymous etters will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort Worth Postofflce as Second Class Mall Matter by the Mont- tor Publishing Company. task so well as to feel that its de- liberations advance a great cause and cannot radically change the tone or trend of its progress. The Scribe. ORTHODOX RABBIS MAKE PASSOVER APPEAL 166 Rabbis Throughout the Country Make Plea on Behalf of Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America JEWISH CALENDAR 5681-1920 New Year's Eve Sun. Sept. 11 Yom Klppur Wed. Kept. 22 Succoth (First Day) Mon. Sept. 27 Succoth (I .ant iJay Slilmltil- Atzereth) Mon. Oct. 4 Blmchntch Tomh Tues. Oct. 6 Kosch...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 15 April 1921

Page Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April IB 1921. ' SULPHUR SPRINGS. BRITH MILAH. Ceromcny of Jewiuh Circumcision Held Sunday. Sunday at noon Rev. A. Fram of Dallas circumcised the ten day old infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Ber- man of this city. A large crowd at- tended and the ceremony was carried out in accordance with the practice and teachings of this people which has been handed down since the days of Abraham. The history of Jewish circumcision dates back to the time Abraham received the rite from Je- hova and Moses established it as a national ordinance and Joshua car- ried it into effect before the Israel- ites entered he land of Canaan. The orthodox Jew adheres to the custom as sacredly as did his fathers six thousand years ago. To him it is the fulfillment of a duty he owes to his God and in which he as devoutly believes as he docs any other tenet or doctrine of his religion. The instruments were all sterilized everything was made ready. Little Gershon Israel presented a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 15 April 1921

. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS Eat a plate of Ice Cream Every Day NATIONAL BANK FIX THE NAME IN YOUR MIND Friday April 15 1921. F.&M. When planning refreshments for your party or picnic or dessert for your dinner ORDER r The Cream of All Ice Creatna. LAMAR 1323 And be assured of QUALITY and SERVICE Alta Vista Creamery Co. ubme Way LAUNDEKERS and DRY CLEANERS PHONE LAMAR 2S9 Harkrider-Reith-Cooke Company FORT WORTH. TEXAS Wholesale FRUITS PRODUCE AND GROCERS SUNDRIES THE TEXAS STATE BANK OF FORT WORTH TEXAS CAPITAL $300000.00 SURPLUS J235.000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS w t ctiwood. Prei. C. J. Manor Cashier ITl M w B. B. Samuels. Active V-Pres. A. L. Baker Active V-Pres. Geo. T. Stillman Vice-Pros. A. J. Beavers Real Estate & Oil V W H I.. Rudmose. Asst. Cashier C. C. Johnson Asst. Cashier L. B. Ward Asst. Cashier Sidney L. Samuels Atty-t-Law : : Guaranty Fund Bank Statement as made to the Commissioner of Insurance land Banking at Austin Texas at the Cl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 15 April 1921

Page Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOI . 1 I NEWS FROM DALLAS I Phillip Fram of A. '& M. College will arrive Thursday to spend the Passover Holidays with his parents. Mrs. S. David Winter of Palestine is visiting her mother Mrs. J. Rait- man South Boulevard. Mrs. Morris Weincrantz will give a farewell party at her home on For- rest avenue. Saturday night honoring her sister Miss Ethel Rosenstock who is leaving for her home in Brooklyn N. Y. after an enjoyable visit in Dallas. A four course lunch- eon will be served to about twenty boys and girls. Monday Bible Class. Dr. David Lefkowitz will lecture Monday at 3 p. m. to the members of The wedding will take place Sunday the Rev. Randolph Ray. His lecture will be on Old Testament literature and will take place at the parish house. Announcement has been received of the approaching marriage of Miss Helen Friedman to Phil Goldberg. The wedding wil ltake place Sunday April 17 at the home of the bride 821 Marion street. The Music Study Circle o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 15 April 1921

.Friday April 15 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen be divided into zones so that the work may be expedited. Following is list of the team lead- en and their lieutenants who will se- lect additional workers: Herbert Marcus captain: lieuten- ants M. E. Florence Sam Marks Her- bert Mallinson Edgar Hurst A. L. Joffee. Gus Root. A. L. Kramer captain; lieutenants Simon Linz Eli Sanger Lawrence Miller Henry Miller. L. Kleinman captain; lieutenants Charles Scheer Julius Yonack Jacob Yonack Israel Cohen. I. Zesmer captain; lieutenants Louis Sigel. Barney Aranoff Ben Goldberg Morris Wcinkranz Julius Harris Phil Garonzik Henry Eli. Harry Sigel captain; lieutenants L. H. Novin Joseph Schepps Louis Sacks David Fair H. M. Levinson. Jews Open Drive for Funds Today. "How many Jews will be saved from starvation -in Europe by the contribu- tions of their brethren in Dallas and in Texas will be indicated by the size and number of contributions made in the first day of the relief campaign which be...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 15 April 1921

Page Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April-15 192L SAN ANTONIO. (Phone all items to I. Tobias Trav- is 1103 Crockett 1103.) The Iota Kappa Chi's Alpha Chap- ter will hold their annual Carnival Dance Wednesday night April 20th. at the St. Anthony Hotel. It will be for the benefit of the Hebrew Insti- tute. Miss Trudie Beisman who has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. Wolfe has returned to her home in Detroit af- ter a very pleasant visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ford are the proud parents of a big bouncing nine and a half pound baby boy born Tuesday morning. Miss Lillian Rosenberg entertained the members of the Synagague Jun- iors with a bunco party at her home 1111 McCullough Avenue. Miss Dol- lie Walfson won the first prize and Miss Dora Ginsberg the consolation. A delicious ice course was served the following guests: Misses Ida Shap- iro Rosalind Scharlack Tillie Brown Edith Shaltupsky. Lillie Kaufman Ida Machat Esleher Goldofsky Fredia Lapidus Rae Wise Esther Lapidus Sarah Dodic Rose Ev...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 15 April 1921

Friday April 15 1921. THE J.E WISH MONITOR Pig Fifteen JEWS DISCRIMINATED AGAINST distribution of mandates without glv- IN NEW HUNGARIAN ELEC- TION LAW. Budapest: (Jewish News Service). With the view of curtailing to a very large extent the possibilities ol Jews to be elected to the Hungarian Diet a bill was passed here dividing the country into election districts In suc'.i a way as to disfranchise practi- cally all city dwellers. While in form the bill discriminates against cities rather than religions its practical ef- fect will be a severe curtailment of Jewish chances to have their men elected to the National Assembly in view of the fact that most Jews in Hungary are city dwellers. ing a voice to those whose territories are being distributed is a violation of the principles underlying the entire theory of "mandates." Josephs SYRIANS SEND PROTEST OVER DISTRIBUTION OF MAN- DATES. London: (Jewish News Service). A protest has been sent by the Syrian Association to the forthcoming me...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 15 April 1921

Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 15 1921. lieu ($amkia lllem Jill ' ft. I u v 1 I 1 1 1 H .T A L r f I W 1 V If a man ever rises above his fellow workers and becomes a POWER in the world he MUST bank his money. It PAYS. And the sooner he BEGINS to bank his money always ADDING to his balance the sonoer he can grasp a business opportunity when it comes. If you have not started to bank your money START START today. If you have started and stopped START AGAIN. You will never get anywhere if you don't. We invte YOUR Banking Business. Continental Bank & Trust Co. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $700000.00 MORGAN JONES. Chnlrman J. O. WILKINSON. President H. H. WILKINSON. VIce-l'resldent H. C. V ALLEN BKIIG Asst. Cashier K. M. I'KHKINS. Cashier JOHN EK1CKSEN Asst. Cashier Furniture That Meets Every Requirements furnishings express the ideal to which we have been faithful for nearly half a century. We are always glad to show you and offer suggestions for your furnishing problems. Fakes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 22 April 1921

jr. VOL. XI. NO. 1. FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 22 1921. Prio Fh CnAi r 1 tr vv. rv s I In' " If I ( f f I" : J IP- - vx-- wo . if H W " -x Gitla Belzycka Ajte 4 Who Will Adopt Her? Pesel Fiazklewicz An 12 Who Will Adopt Her? Ruchla Rotszyld Aire 13. Who Will Adopt Her? Sura Ciele Aire 8. Who WiU Adopt Her? Our Orphan Children being adopted by good hearted men and women-Bu?there are still thous- ands who need fathers and mothers will you adopt one or help to do so? Y) ' i 1 tlvr" i) ft J Estera Tenenbaum Aw 6. Adopted by S. O. F. Club. Fort Worth Texaa. Rynka Ruebla Coldblum Afe 11 Adopted by Council of Jewiih Women Sherman Texaa. Nachman Tvk Ag IS Adopted by Ladiea' Auxiliary of Temple Beth IiraeL Palea- tine Texaa Eitera Szmulhriet Are 6. Adopted by Mr. and Mra. L. Jarkion. Fort Worth Texaa.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 22 April 1921

Pag. Two THE JEWISH M9NITII Jewish Problems Viewed Through Gentile Glasses BY WALTER HURT "0 wad some power the gift ie gie us To see oursel's as others see us!" Burns. NOTE B It understood that this ser- ies of articles presents Jewish questions purely from the non-Jewish viewpoint and neither the editor of this Journal nor any Jew ehould be regarded as responsi- ble for or necessarily agreeing with any opinion herein expressed excepting quotations of Jewish origin. W. H.) CHAPTER II. (Continued from last issue). The Jew does not persecute the Ar menian; ho avoids him. The Turk be- cause of numerical proximity finds him unavoidable! therefore he pro- tects himself by the ingenuous expedi- ent of killing him. This method of re- lief ia slightly crude perhaps but serves its purpose most excellently. In this the Turk shows himself re- grettably lacking in originality. His quaint custom of massacre obviously was borrowed from the Christians af- ter observing their manner of deal- ing w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 22 April 1921

Friday April 22 1921. TI I JIWIiH MONITOR Peg IkN Englishman become once mora an ob- ject of abomination.. In each of these instancei tha prop- ' agenda of hat proved highly convinc- ing. The aubaequent doctrine of eco- nomic forgiveneaa was equally profit- able. f;ni The record in this respect is the same in all wars. Human character alters and human hate enlarges or diminishes with changing economic interest lien are angels or demons as the trade-winds shift the vane of our viewpoint. From this it will be seen that race antagonism is a requisite of war in- stead of war being a result of race an- tagonists By the same evidence we perceive that the entire proposition is economic. The causes that produce anti-Sem-Vm and the propaganda of race ha- tred are the same .that produce anti- Semitism and the propaganda of nee hatred. Not until these causes are re- moved will war and anti-Semitism cease. The Jew might as well understand that he is at war with the rest of the world with all it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 22 April 1921

;. Page Fpur. THE JEWISH MONITOR . Friday April 22 1921. i 4 fort worth newsI llimi Regular meeting of Isador Straus Lodge No. 619 I. O. B. B. B. First and Third Wed- lesdays In each month 8:00 J'rlfVk. AflMmhlv Rnnm nf I.O.I3J3.Hebrew Institute. Visiting .w-'M-'Jrethren cordally jnvited. Fraternally ELI L. GILBERT. President. DR. MAURICE COHN Seo'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 10:80. 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. Plane Phone Newt Items to Lamar 4600 Rosedale 8383 or 458. . Fort Worth Boys Win Contest. Ben Ell Shanblum son of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Shanblum of 409 Peter Smith street and Campbell Beard of the Senior High school won in the debating contest in Weatherford Saturday April 10th against teams from Weatherford Miner...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 22 April 1921

Friday April 22 1921. THE JKWIII MONITOI Pag Five '' MUSCOGEE. ; The Local B'nai B'rith Lodge hat! taken '.on new life 'with the election of Mr. Emir Lermy as president! Mr. . Lermy -is an honored business man in the city and has been here for many years. Within the last few weeks Rabbi George Fox has spok- en under the auspices of the lodge and on March 27th Rabbi Stolz of Fort Smith delivered the B'nal B'rith address. WEATHERFORD. . Mr. Isadora Gernsbacher was nom- inated and elected by acclamation to serve as president of the Chamber of Commerce for ' the next twelve months. Mr. Gernnbacher's untiring energy and continuous work in behalf of the Chamber in all. things for which it stands has long been recognized by the business men of the city and his popularity was attested by the unani- mous vote given him Monday night. .'.Imagine Rothschild Hebrew and the East Side. The rest goes with- out saying. The hall was crowded to capacity the streets surrounding i it were full of people...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 22 April 1921

Pag Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 22 1921. JEWISH SENTIMENT By Chopsie S. Welsch . 'Judaism's past stands forth as an illustrious monument of sacrifice and service to God. Its present needs no comment Whether the future shall unfold the brightest pages of her his- tory or whether within its dark bosom lies concealed the fatal day of her disintegration no human wisdom can foretell. We cannot judge the future by the past and if we judge the fu- ture by the present the question be- comes a complex one. In the past century Judaism has become divided. There are now two camps reform and orthodox. Over one camp floats the flag of those who dwelt in the pale and in the Judegasse of the middle ages when men gladly gave up their lives and smiled when they said their last prayers in going to the rack as martyrs for a faith that is as old aa time itself. In the synagogue of today may still be seen the brotherhood of man practiced. In the orthodox schule today still may be seen the strange...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 22 April 1921

Friday April 22 192L get a welcome the first time and goes the second and third time he becomes the mark of jeers and the grand dame and the big man wonders who H is that dares Invade the sacred precinct where he worships. Can one be blamed for leaving the church that gives him no welcome? Several years ago a widow with two daughters moved from a small town to one of the leading cities in the south. This woman moved solely for the purpose of being near a Jewish house of worship. One of the daughters held a college degree. They were poor. This moth er in Israel was the daughter of a rabbi. She yearned for Jewish com- panions. She yearned to see her youngest daughters worship in a Temple. The poor woman had wealthy broth- ers who were known in the city where she lived. Those brothers were friends of the rabbi of the leading congregation. The brothers had mon- ey the widow had none. The poor woman and her two daughters for several Sar baths attended the temple ' and were objects of sli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 22 April 1921

1 Page Eight THI JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 22 1921. EQITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texa Rabbi Martin Zlalonka Rabbi David Lefkowlts Rabbi David Roaenbaum Rabbi Henry Cohan Rabbi A. Warn ' Rabbi A. E.-Abramowltx Rabbi Wolf a Maeht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi Samuel Roalnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Oklahoma .... - Rabbi Joaaph Blatt .' ' Rabbi Morria Tallar Rabbi Chaa. B. Lata . Arkaneae ' Rabbi Leonard Rothatain -v Rabbi Joaaph H. Stola Rabbi A. B. Rhine Rabbi Jerome Mark -.: Louisiana . i ir Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Merlfleld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX Editor! TEXANS AND IMMIGRATION The Washington dispatches ; state that the Texa3 Represen- tatives especially Messrs. Box and Parrish are violently oppos- jed to immigration. Mr. Box is especially clamoring for a law that will exclude immigrants. ':. Mr. Box nas done this before. ..He is one of those who constitu- tionally has been opposed to rating the United States as an asylum for the oppressed. It .grieves us very much to know that in this g...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 22 April 1921

0 9 6 FridayApril 22 1921. THEJEWISHMONITOR PUILISHED WIIKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING GO. j 'fhona Lamar S4M DR. OIORQI FOX EDITOR LOUI MORRIS SJualnaaa Manager f; OfflMrt Dr. George Fox Praaldant Sam Llpahlts Vloe-Praaldant Loult Monrta ..BacraUry-Traaaurar The editor la not reaponalble (or vtawa ' . praaaad by contributors. Anonymous fatten will racaiva no consideration. Entarad In th Fort Worth Poatofflo u Saoond CUsa Mall Mattar by tha Mont tor Publlahlnf Company. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nina JEWISH CALENDAR BUI. 1120 Naw Taar's Eva Bun. Bapt. II Tom Klppur Wad. Bapt. II Buccoth (Flrat Day) ....Hon. Bapt. 17 guocoth (Last Day ehlmlnl- Ataarath) Mon. Oct. 4 Slmchatch Torah Tuea. Oct. I Roach-Chodaach Cheavan Wad. Oct. 11 Roach-Chode.cn Klalav ..Frl. Nov. 11 Chanukah (Faast o( Dedica- tion ..) Mon. Deo. I Roach-Chodaach Tbath..8un. ..Dec 11 Fast of Tebeth Tuea. Dec 11 SMI-1921 Roach-Chodaacb Bhebat ....Mon. Jan. 10 Roaoh-Chodeach Adar Wad. Feb. t Roach-Chodeach Va 'adar ..Frl. Ma...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 22 April 1921

PagaTen INTERESTING LETTERS. . We are indebted to Mr. Louis Buck- span of Dallas for the following inter- esting correspondence which makes most interesting reading: March 30 1921. Mr. W. H. Kittrell Sr. Cisco Texas Dear Sir: It gave me great joy and pleasure to read your letter published in the News Saturday March 12th. Permit me to thank you my dear sir for my- self and fellow brethren. It takes true Christian to write such letter? as your's. I am thankful that we Is- raelites can still claim such true Christian friends as you and hundreds like you are to us. If not asking too much of you I would like your permission to reprint your kind letter in two Jewish publi- cations. One is' the Jewish Monitor of Fort Worth Texas the other being the B'nai B'rith News of ML Morris 111. I am not a newspaper man trying to pick up so good reading matter newspaper work is entirely out of my line. My aim is to give your letter wide publicity amongst the Jewish readers to show them the kind of fri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 22 April 1921

. Friday April 22 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven Religon and Religious Schools WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS . Read before Council of Jewish Wom- en's Conference San Antonio Tex- as 1921 by Mrs. A. B. Wolffson President Wichita Falls Section. Religion is primarily a phenomen- on of the heart. Every human being is possessed of a sense of dependency upon some power higher than himself end in the heart of every human be- 'ug there is implanted a desire and a (raving to commune with that mys- terious unseen power upon which he depends upon God. This spells the teligious instinct. . Yet although religion flows out of the human heart of the seat of emo- "on it must call on the human intel- lect for assistance and guidance if it is to lead man on the path to God. For the religious instinct of itself cannot be relied upon; when unaideu by knowledge and understanding in stead of to God J' may Ina people to idolatory and superstition. That in- deed is the case with the heathen who although anim...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 22 April 1921

Page Twelve TBEJIWISHM0NIT01 Friday April 22 1921. NEWS FROM DALLAS The ritual music of the Passover will be given by the Junior Council Music Study Circle. to a coronet of seed pearls Mr. and Mrs. Epstein will be at home in Hous- ton after April 20. Dallas Merchants Extend Store to Occupy Entire Building. Formal opening of the Click Bros.' ready-to-wear store at 1602 Elm street which has been enlarged to occupy the entire building will take place Thursday according to an- nouncement of Louis Glick and Moses Glick members of the firm : The store now occupies three floors of the building and lias 12500 square feet of floor space. The first floor is utilized for furnishings bag and hos- iery department; the second for suits dresses and furs and the third the shoe department and the beauty parlor. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldsmith will arrive from New York and will be the guests of their daughter Mrs George Coon 5421 Bryan street. Rabbi to Giv Lecture. Rabbi Isaac Werne will deliver the s...

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