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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 29 April 1921

Friday April 29 1921. . THE JEWI8HM0NIT0R 1 ill s . : i r ; ! t ; . ... ; i. 9 err - " w. r fi n - Si rS ' Q: r4 17 7 'v:- if X3 DALLAS POWER AND LIGHT PLANT L A MI LUMBER CO. Suecoaacra to Farrar Lumber Company 201 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE Phono Lamar 1147; Lamar 1148; Lamar .730 P. 0. Bos 72 FORT WORTH TEXAS ALL KINDS OF GOOD BUILDING MATERIAL DONT FORGET THE NUMBER We extend an imitation to all Delegates of the 1. 0. D. D. to visit our store Drumm Seed & Floral Co. 507 Houston Street Fort Worth Texas Paga Five

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 29 April 1921

Page Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 29 1921 WISDOM OF CARDINAL GIBSONS During his life hundreds of thous- ands of Americans leaned on the staff of the wisdom of James Cardinal Gib- bons. That wisdom was a guide not only in their spiritual lives but in the conduct of their everyday individ- ual affairs. For sixty years of a busy life from his ordination as a -priest in the early '60'b to his death this Spring he was a leacei in the affairs of men. His precept for 1ha conduct of their daily affairs stood the test of time and changing circumstances. And on no principle did he lay more stress than on the virtue of thrift and saving. But a few days before his death he sent a greeting to his fellow Ameri- cans especially to young Americans. In an article in the American Maga- zine he urged them to "expect great things''; to expect great things of themselves of their fellow men of America and of God. Briefly he out- lined the steps necessary to produce great things as follows; Work Pa...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 29 April 1921

i Friday April 39 1921 THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seven 1 1 " fort worth newsI M lesdays in each month 8:00 y clock Assembly Room of I.O.BJ3.Hebrw "tut. Visiting- Regular meeting- or Issdor Straui Looks No. BIS. I. O. B. B. B. First and Third Wed- lesdays in each month J'clock Assembly Roon 'brethren cordially Invited. rraiemaiiy ELI L. GILBERT. President DR. MAURICE COHN Seo'y. TEMPLE BETH. EL Corner Galveston and Broadway. Dr. George Fox Rabbi. Services Friday evening s at I o'clock. Saturday mornings at 11 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday at ;I0 Sunday at 10:80. tYNAQOQUE AHAVATH tHOLOM Friday evening services at I o'olock. Sat- urday morning at I o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday mornlnr 10:00 o'clock. ' Please Phone News Items to Lamar 4660 Rossdsl. 6383 or 46S. The following; have recently sent contributions to the Memorial Fund of the C. J. W. in memory of Mr. Shcppard Freedman: Mrs. Jake Gernsbacher Mrs. Dora Doyschen Mrs. L. Gordon. Those who have sent contributions in memory o...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 29 April 1921

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 29 1921 bers can attend the B'nai B'rith con- vention at Dallas. Mrs. L. Phillipowski is visiting her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Long. Lunch Hound: "I just had a plat of ox tail soup and feel "bully." Counter Field "I just had a plate of hash and feel like everything." Winnipeg Telegram. LAMAR 108 Union Transfer Go Moving Vans Flra Proof 8torg Baggage Transfer Office and Warehouse: 1704 Jonae 8treet Mention tha Monitor in calling. y-tf 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiniiiiiiiiii Fort Worth Texas We extend to all Delegates of the I. O. B. B. Convention an invitation to visit our beautiful Playhouse o AND BUY Y fo)5 O) S MADE GOOD FOR 30 YEARS The Mild Havana Cigar Casey-Swascy Cigar Company FORT WORTH TEXAS Fort Worth In the name of Isador Straus Lodge No. 519 I. O. B. B Fort Worth We extend to you an invitation to visit our Picture Show while in our city Kirschbiom Clothes - Spring 1921 What's it Worth to You? What's good styl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

The n ml DP. GEOPGE FOX.. EDI TOP EAD1NG JWISH JOlPM-WflIEGPDJTSoUTIW VOL. IX. NO. 3. FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIMY MAY 6 1921. Price Five Cents 1 1 - i ' ;v ;VV t.4 ( ' j I 1 I 1 1 c I 7 s 1 ' 1 If Y ft) . t ' . . i r. 4 . -. .- - ! . v.. V' ' I v.:-: r: EFRAIM KLEINMAN L IK MOSF.K ARON BRODER JOSEF WEISMAN MANIA REJMAN Age 2. Adopted by Mr. M. L. Arc 2. Who Will Adopt Him? Arl 7. Who Will Adopt Him? Arc 8. Adopted by Temple Belh- Eppstein Fort Worth. El Sabbth School Fort Worth. The Orphans need you you can spare the funds and make them and yourself happy-AVHY NOT DO IT? GITLA BELZYCKA Adopted by Ladies 'Auxiliary Temple Beth Uriel Palestine Texas. PESEL FISZKIEWICZ Aro 12. Who Will Adopt Her? RUCHLA ROTSZWYLD SURA CIELE A Red 13 Years. Adopted by Mr. and Mrs. A. An Adopted by B'nal Iracl Sabbath gust Fort Worth. School Oklahoma City Okla.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR :; Friday May 8 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. NOTE Be It understood that this ter. lea of articles preienta 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 III. Sociologlc Function of the Jew. Regarding the Jew's place in the work of world-reconstruction I am constrained to present as a curious exhibit a magazine article of mine written In 1904 entitled "Sociologic Function of the Jew." It is a casual composition hastily written without preparation as an emergency "filler" and bears abundant evidence of im- maturity; yet in the light of today it appears strangely prophetic. While I would not now write quite in such fashion I have not rev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Three r WHM Friday May 8 1921. made by the slogan committee in charge composed of J. N. Royall 0. Hyndman B. H. Frick and the man ner of accepting same was passed by numbers instead of names. Secretary David Daniels after re- ceiving the slogans numbered them . keeping the name of the sender to himself. These numbered slogans were gone over carefully and the final de- . cision fell to the above slogan which after adoption it was found was sent In by Dorothy Kaufman. Little Doro- thy is only thirteen years old and is in the low eighth grade and deserves much credit for being the winner. She will be awarded the $10 prise offered and will also be the invited guest for the next regular meeting of the Ad- vertising. Division which meeta next Monday at the Club Cafe. Out of about 60 or more contestants for the Queen of the May Fest to be held here April 29th and 30th Mis Ruth Goldsmith took fifth place hav- ing obtained the large amount of votes totaling 8760. Miss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday May 6 1921 Ifort worth news! Regular meeting of Isador Straus Lodge No. 519 I. O. B. B. B. First and Third Wed- lesdnys In each month 8:00 J'clock. Assembly Room of TOR Hebrew Institute. Visiting i-nsjlinm cordially Invited. 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. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 4560 Rosedale 6383 or 455. M. Elkes and daughter Annie left last Monday May 2nd on a tour to the East for the benefit of his daughter's health. They will visit St. Louis Chicago and New York. Mrs. Maurice Kahn and baby have returned from a visit with home folks in Nacogdoches and were ac- companied by her s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

0 Friday May 6 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR. tage Five 9 tributions for five years I cannot too strongly emphasize the import- ance of first securing announcement of the pledge and then of course the payment for the pledge for this year. When persons announce their contributions for five years they . are likely to deceive themselves and their friends as to the real amount of their contribution. Five hundred dollars Bounds like a respectable sum but if it is for five years all that you have for this year is $100. Whereas if you ask a person to an- nounce how much he will give for this year chances are that the amount for the first year will be larger. Incidentally and privately I can inform you that the World Zi- onist Organization has altogether discontinued sending its remittances. That is one reason why in my tele- gram I ask that you send the cash at once. I am sending you some plcdg cards although we have not many here. We are now getting out pam- phlets and leaflets which we will s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

Page Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday May 8 1921 The Attitude of Jew to The Non-Jew Abstract of a Paper Read Before the' Conference of American Rabbis in Washington. By Professor Jacob Z. Lauterbach. We begin with th most general charge brought against the Jews am Judaism. It is the oft repeated false accusation that Judaism is a relig- ion of patricularism and separate- ness that it teaches the Jews to bt a separistic unsocial people to con- sider themselves as the favorites of God and hence despise hate and keep aloof from all other peoples. This charge originally made by Greek and Roman heathen writers and ever since repeated by Christian theologians and anti-Semitic writ- era up to this day is absurd. It is both false and stupid. It is based partly upon ignorance and misunder- standing but mostly upon intention- al representation of facts. It per- sists only by the narrow-minded per- sistency of those who repeat it in stubbornly refusing to seek and ob- tain correct information or ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seven Friday May 6 1921. ' Jews ai officeri and administrators of institutions carrying on such . works of charity. We should also visit and attend the sick among the non-Jewish people bury their dead and comfort their mourners just as we would do to Jewish people. ' The Jew is not only to be help- ful and kind toward the non-Jew when the latter is in need of as- sistance and encouragement he is also to extend to him all the social courtesies customary among neigh- bors and be considerate of his feel- ings. The Jew must have regard for the honor and the human dignity of the non-Jew and show considera- tion for his cherished beliefs. Thus Shammai about 30 years B. C. aught: "Receive every man not only every Jew with the cheerful countenance of a pleasant face." The charge that the Jewish law permits the Jew to do business with a Gentile on a different basis and according to different standards than those observed in dealings with a fellow Jew is I emphatically...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

Pag Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday May 6 1921 EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texas Rabbi Henry Cohen Rabbi A. Werne Rabbi Martin Zlelonka Rabbi David Lefkowltx Rabbi David Roeenbaum Rabbi A. E. AbramowlU Rabbi Wolfe Macht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi Samuel Roalnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Joieph Blatt Rabbi Morrla Teller Rabbi Chae. B. LaU Arkanaaa . Rabbi Leonard Rothateln Rabbi Joseph H. Stola Rabbi A. B. Rhine Rabbi Jerome Mark Louisiana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Merfeld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX Editon SECRETARY HUGHES AND "UNDESIRABLE IMMI-GRANTS." On April 20th a number of the metropolitan dailies carried a long news item to the effect that Secretary Hughes had ask- ed a rigid ban on immigration. The reccomendation was in a statement which he is alleged to have issued wherein he trans- mitted to Congress official doc- uments on the immigration question. The feeling against immigrants was strong enough and the fact that Mr. Hughes took sides against immigration of course did not help thos...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

Friday May 6 1921. which he did not accomplish or learn something new. He did not "count s'peeroh" but he got the spirit of it; he made every day count. It is sad to think that so many do not know what to do with themselves in their spare time. If it be remember- ed that in the life time of seventy years one would read incessantly he would cover on- ly a minute fraction of what one night advantageously read one might realize the import- ance of time etc. time hangs heavily upon us when we are not engaged in business and the dreariest day for many of us is our rest-day when as we say we have nothing to do. h time hangs heavily upon us it is a sign that we are slack in our duty. We should be too busy helping to cure the ills ol our people as well as the ills of the world at large to feel bored because of having nothing to do. There is plenty to do; and if we want to live and not mere- ly exist we should help do the world's work not only by en- gaging in our own business but by helping...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

Page Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR -Friday May 6 1021 4 SHREVEPORT. 4 4 T. M. H. A. Will Open New Quar- ters May 2. - The new headquarters of the Young Men's Hebrew Association on the second and third floors of Grand Opera house building will be opened on Monday May 2. The rooms will include library reading rooms gymnasium and secretary's quarters. The public is invited to in spect the rooms on their opening. The Y. M. H. A. has grown it three years from about 15 members to a membership of over 200. The welfare work of the local organiza- tion during the war it's entertain- ment of soldiers from different camps and it's home community service has helped to place this as- sociation in a proment place among local civic organizations. It is hoped by the members that the occupation of their more spa- cious quarters will aid materially in their work for the good of the young men of the community. The first floor oi the new quar- ters is divided into library reading room and secretary's office. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven Friday May 61921. SAN ANTONIO. Hr. Israel Garoniik of Dallai was is in the city for a few days. It is with a great deal of pleasure that we read of Miss Nettie Polun- sky being selected as one of the five most beautiful young ladies of San Antonio in the Ince contest. That sht will be finally selected as the repre- sentative of San Antonio is the wish of those who know her. Ralph Henry Rogers 28 years old died at the P. & S. Hospital last Tues- day morning. The funeral was held from the home of his parents 609 Guenther street Rabbi Tedesche offi- ciating with interment in the Tem- ple Beth-El cemetery. The active pall- bearers were C. A. Fuquay I. A. Vic- tor E. T. McConn A. Hirschfield Al Sack Leo Karrin Manny Welch and H. W. Weber. Honorary pallbearers were Leon Glasberg F. L. Beisner William Talbot E. M. Goldstein Mor- ris Stern P. P. Hoefgen and D. J. Straus. Misr. Pauline Feller spent the fiesta week with her parents.. She returned - to the St...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

Page Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday May 6 1921 r : 1 I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 Watch the Monitor for date of the big: Jolly Jazz Club dance at the He- brew Institute Fort Worth. Come over to Fort Worth where you will have barrels of fun and good jazzy music. Aaron Sapiro California market- ing expert spoke in Dallas this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Goldsmith and daughter Beverly Lamm of Alexandria La. are speding the week with relatives and friends here. Mrs. S. Mayer and Mrs. S. Lind- heim of San Antonio will arrive to- day to be the guests of Mrs. I. Baum 4118 Colonial avenue. E. H. Litchenstein and daughter Marline of Shreveport La. are ir the city for the B'nai B'rith conven- tion. They are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Zevo 3639 Wendelkei street. The Sewing Circle of the Council of Jewish Women will meet as usual Monday at 3 p. m. at tht Temple Annex. The regular meet- ing of the Council of Jewish Women which was to have taken place Tues- day afternoon has been postpone until Thursda...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

Friday May 6 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen of Dallas this Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock at he . Y. M. C. A. Park. After the game the locij club will entertain the visiting club and their ladies with a swimming party and picnic at Lake Worth. It is the aim of both the visiting and local . club to arrange a series of outings and picnics' here and at Dal- las this summer and all Jewish young men are eligible to member- ship. Sol B. Klar is the director of the entertainment. The line-up is as follows: Fort Worth Club Sol B. Klair manager: G. Goldberg first base; R. Goodman shortstop; L. Gems- backer third base; N. Persky pitch- er; I. Martin centerfield; A. Miller catcher; J. Klar leftfield; Joe Per- sky rightfield; Ruby Brodky secont base. Dallas Club Morris Fair manag- er: Ben Utay catcher; Byers pitch- er; H. Waldman first base; Abe Lynn second base; Chink Fair sec- ond base; A Garonyck shortstop; H Donosky leftfield; S. Burenbaum rightfield; N. Stone centerfield. H. H. Mil...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

Pace Fnmtaon THE JEWISH-MONITOR Friday May 6 1921 wuccwi aim vuuuiai aurauvciucuu and civil rights. The committee on endowments also made its report The endowment is gradually liqui- dating itself it was reported. Leon L. Lewis secretary of the Anti-Defamation League addressed the convention at the morning ses- sion in connection with the activ- ities of the league the purpose of which he said is to carry correct in- formation to the people of this coun- try in all matters relating to the Jewish people. Mortimer Goldstein of Dallas was warmly applauded by members of the convention on being presented to the body as a whole in the after- noon as the boy who had served as the convention's page. The final gathering of convention members in the Columbian Club where the convention sessions were held was in attendance t Tuesday night to see two one-act plays pre- sented by the Columbian Club mo- tion pictures of the Jewish Horn for Widows and Orphans and to hea. an address by Emil W. Leipz...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

Friday May 61921. twined with other minister forcei . ..1.-1.. Ll It. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Fifteen paiutuumy mose . wnicn are cor- rupt reactionary and oppressive. "We believe that it should not be left to men and women of Jewish faith to fight this evil but that it is a very special sense of the duty -of citizens who are not Jews by . anceuy or iaitn. we tnereiore make earnest ptrotest against this vicious propaganda and call upon our fel- Christian faith to unite their efforts to ours to the end that it may be crushed. In particular we call upon all those who are moulders of public opinion the clergy and ministers of all Christian churches publicists teachers editors and statesmen to urine at tnig un-American ana un- christian agitation." Fairminded men and women will thus readily see the source from which the poisoned arrows of "The Dearborn Independent" receive their venom smearing the pages of that publication. It is destined to fo- ment hatred between one element of our bod...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 6 May 1921

Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR News From Galveston The last meeting of the Temple Society of Congregation B'nai Israel season 1920-21 was held on Tuesday evening April 27th 1921. Preceding the regular program of the evening the annual election of officers was held and the personnel of the exec- utive of the society for 1921-22 is as follows: President Mrs. H. Nussbaum. Vice President Dr. M. D. Levy. Secretary Miss Ethel Adam. Treasurer Miss Elinor Morris Votes of thanks were passed for the work of the outgoing officers and the utmost satisfaction was ex- pressed by the members for the ac- complishments of the session. The Temple Society will open its 34th year in October. The officers will meet at an early date to choose the program committee for 1921-22 of which Rabbi Henry Cohen is chair- man. The exercises of the evening proved exceedingly interesting be- ing followed by a discussion in which a number of the members par- ticipated. The following was the program: Price Adjustment...

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