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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 6 May 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven Friday, May 6,1921. , 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 returne...

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. — 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 unt...

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. — 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, cente...

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. — 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. Lei...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 o...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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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 Adju...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 May 1921

0 . reiwic M V V DP. GE0PGEJF0X.,ED1T0P I I 11 II II II II Iff 1 -"' ii ii .iiiiii. Hi i ii i n i L - IV WW B nr vute ..: 0 i E El 2 .ft l - 4QM? jfeWZW JOMAE-: rfTfe GPDirSoumwES. VOL. IX. NO. 4 FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1921. Price Five Cent EFRAIM KLEINMAN MOSEK ARON BRODER JOSEF WEISMAN MANIA REJMAN Age 2. Adopted by Mr. M. L. Ajre 2. Aire 7. Arc 8. Adopted by Temple Beth- Eppstein, Fort Worth. Adopted by S. 0. F. Club, of Fort Adopted by Paramount Club, of El Sabbath School, Fort Worth, Texaa. Tyler, Texas. Worth. A The Orphans need you-you fespare the funds and make them and yourself happy-WY NOT DO IT? vl -A y i I DR. BEN ZION Moiauhn of Jaffe, Palestine. PROF. EINSTEIN PROF. CHAS. WEIZMAN DR. WENACHEM USSISSHKIN The Dincoterer of the Theory of Rela. Discoverer of T. N. T. and Prenldent Famoua Rumiaa Engineer. Hed of tivity. of the World ZionUt Orcaniiatlon Ruwlaa ZlonUU.

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 May 1921

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR ' , Friday, May 13, 1921. Jewish Activities in the Millionaire City of Tulsa ternoons in Rabbi's study from 2 to 3 o'clock. ings are to be held at the homes of .the members on the last Wednesday night of each month. Nineteen chart er members were present at the or ganization meeting. Charles B. Latz, Rabbi: Residence 1733 South Main St. Telephone Ce dar 1392. Temple Study Hours: 9:00 to 12:00 daily. Study Telephone, Ce dar 1019. "YE SHALL BE HOLY." r n RABBI M. TELLER Tulsa, Oklahoma. TULSA JEWISH INSTITUTIONS. Congregation B'nai Emunah. Following are the officers: N. C. Livingston, Gabbai. Marion M. Travis, President. J. Boren, Vice-President. Robert A. Stekoll, Treasurer. A. Abend, Secretary. Trustees; D. Feenberg, J. Finston, F. Kravetz, S. Lack, M. Lebow, J. M. Stekoll. Officials: Rabbi, Morris Teller, Sochet and Cantor, M. Himmelstein; Instructor in the Talmud Torah, D. Stern. Temple Israel. South Cheyenne and Fourteenth Sts. Rabbi, Chas. B. Latz. Pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 May 1921

Friday, May 13, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Paga Thm SEE The New Location OF Traders No. 4 In the Buick Bldg. Second and Boulder Streets TULSA, OKLAHOMA Miller Lumber Go. COURTESY QUALITY SERVICE BUILDING MATERIAL and BUILDER'S HARDWARE 302 North Main Street TULSA Osage 78 Osage 79 t V n r TH LAFAY "Tulsa's Wonder Restaurant" 109 East Third Street 210-212 South Cinn. Avenue Phone 134-135 Tulsa, Okla. THE PLACE for HIGH CLASS Cleaning and Launderin Right Way Laundry ... . I TT

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 May 1921

Page ' Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, May 13, J 921. tination. Ask the business man for what he is striving, and he will tell you that he 1b working to achieve success in his business, and he will, no doubt, have a more or less care fully laid-out plan whereby his hope for success may be realized. Yet, in the greatest business in which we are all engaged in the business of life many of us seem to have a worthless goal or no goal at all, and we wander and drift along aimlessly, sometimes at the mercy of our sel fishness; at other times beaten by the gusts of passion into the whirl pool of dishonor and immortality. Conventional, expedient or casual morality does not constitute saintli ness nor does self-satisfaction with one's moral state indicate the high est ethical development. The average person regards his morality as an object of static beauty which he likes to admire; but the saint is im pelled by en innerforce that urges him ' onward and upward in his as cent of the spiritual...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 May 1921

Friday, May 13, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Five 'A Ar k : I B Ik I MR. CIIAS. HEINZ Tulu, Oklahoma by father and mother to their own children. For the children love stor ies. What kind of stories All manner of stories, but particularly those wonderful events told them by their own dear father and mother. There fore, parents, pour out your minds and hearts to your children. Tell them, yourselves, of the hardships and perils of Your Exodus from Eu rope, and your entrance with the help of God into this promised land of liberty and security. Tell them per sonally what it means to be a Jew, how many times it was a joyful task, how sometimes it was a difficult thing to be a Jew. No matter how many compunctions you may have as to your ability, no matter how defective your knowledge, thou shalt tell thy children. What may bo lack ing in historical accuracy will be rrore than compensated by your splendid personal enthusiasm and . joyous pride in Israeli life story. When shall we tell our ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 May 1921

Page Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, May 18, 1921. Jewish Problems Viewed Through Gentile Glasses BY WALTER HURT '0 wad some Power the gifiie gie us To see oursel's as others see us!" 'Burns. NOTE Be It understood that this ser. let of article presents Jewish quaatlona purely from the non-Jewish viewpoint, and neither the editor of this Journal nor any Jew should be regarded as reeponsl ble for, or necessarily agreeing with, any opinion herein expressed, excepting quotations of Jewish origin. W. H.) . CHAPTER IV. Prejudice and Persecution. As a logical corallory, race pre judice finds its active expression in persecution. Almost from his first appearance in history the Jew has been subject to persecution. In the elder years martyrdom was the daily bread of his race, opporession was his appren ticeship to life; and still he sups on sorrow and drinks the bitter wine of tears. . It is a peculiar fact concerning peculiar people that hostility to ward the Jews is not confined to any time ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 May 1921

0 0? 0 Friday, May 13, 1921. particular instanct to the general rule.' Thus In Israel do we truly find the "vicarious atonement." The superior and sensitive Jew of today, instead of suffering for the 'slni of the fathers" of departed (fenerations, suffers for the sins of his brothers of the present genera Won. He is not so much prone to condone these sins f.s to deny their existence; and in this denial lies his own fault in the case. Much of present prejudice against the Jew is traditional. Many non Jews can give no reason for their dislike of the Jew other than that his nose is differently shaped! How philosophic is race prejudice that de pends upon a fact of physiognomy! The Jew is hated because he re mains spiritually unconquered; strip ped of all but his unbending pride, stubbornly still he bows to none ex cept God. Jewish prejudice, however, is basic ally economic; all its other dependen cies are merely contributory and in cidental, else are effects instead of causes. The sover...

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. — 13 May 1921

, O - Friday, May 13, 1921. Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texaa Rabbi Henry Cohen Rabbi A. Werne Rabbi Martin Zlelonka Rabbi David LefkowlU Rabbi David Roaenbaum Rabbi A. E. Abramowltx Rabbi Wolfe Macht Dr. R. Farbar Rabbi Samuel Roalnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Joeeph Blatt Rabbi Morrla Teller Rabbi Chaa. B. Latx Arkanaae Rabbi Leonard Rotheteln Rabbi Joaeph H. Stoli Rabbi A. B. Rhine Rabbi Jerome Mark Loulalana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Merfeld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor OUR "BREAK" AT SAN AN-TONIO. Some weeks ago we addressed a body of members of the B'nai B'rith Lodge at San An tonio. A number of speakers preceded us, and finally our turn came. The men who pre ceded us stressed and restress ed the thought that we are "Americans first." They spoke of our patriotism and what we had done in the war; they spoke of the precious treasure that we as well as others fought for; and they spoke of the fact that B'nai B'rithism stood for loyal ty and patrio...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 May 1921

Friday, May 13, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine it is very often squandered by others who are not deserving of it; in this case, the income will probably do more good to more people than it could pos sibly have done in any other way. Many will bless the name of Anna R. Meyer. WICHITA FALLS 4 Miss Rose Levin of Fort Worth is visiting here. Mrs. Karlsberg of Bowie hart re turned home after a visit with' Mrs. Ben Kaufman. Mrs. M. Schlossberg of Henrietta was a guest this week of Mrs. Dave Paul. Mr. Joe Art has returned from Galveston. Mrs. Herman Goldstucker and lit tle son have returned from a visit in Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. Lyons are home from a visit in Fort Worth and Dallas. Dr. and Mrs. David Goldberg hav returned from Dallas. Mrs. M. Kleinman of Dallas is vis iting here. Mrs. Hyman Kleinman and sister, Miss Shapiro have gone to New York. The Wednesday Afternoon Club met this week with Mrs. Al Horwitc and Mrs. Ben Kaufman was winner of the club prize and the guest pri...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 May 1921

Pag Ten the'jewish monitor Friday, May 13, 1921. CORSICANA NOTES. (Continued from Page 7.) Goldberg, a bride-to-be received some dainty tea towels. An ice course was served. Out of town guests were as follows: Mesdames Abe Greenberg of New York, Sydney Brin of Dallas, Isadora Cohn, Dallas and Miss Na thalie Liebreicht of Tyler. Little Miss Jewel Levine entertain ed her bunco club on Sunday after noon. Elise Miller won the prize and Rosie Grossman, the booby. After re freshments were served, out of door games were enjoyed and all reported a lovely time when the time arrived to depart. Miss Lillian Samuels graduates as valedictorian of the Senior Class, which consists of fifty-live students of the Corsicana High School. Her average for her four years at High School is 96. Miss Samuels has the distinction of being the first Jewish student, since the existence of Cor sicana, to win these highest honors. Every one congratulates Miss Sam uels as she certainly deserves credit for the recor...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 May 1921

Friday, May 13, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven Afraid to Face Your Banker ? Slowly the old man entered the bank and stood for a moment nervously tapping the rail by the vice-president's desk. For a week he had dreaded this interview. Night after night he had worked over his financial state ment, but now as he faced the ordeal he knew that the paper he held in his hand was a sorry mess of figures that he could not prove. It seemed to him that bankers wanted to know a lot of fussy details that no man could be expected to answer off hand and he hated to go through all that it seemed like a million questions to him. The trouble with this man, and so many others in the same boat with him, is that he has never had his eyes opened to the need of getting more figure facts about his business. He thinks the cost of making daily records would eat up all his profits and he needs to be shown that on the contrary he would make more money if he had them. Most successful men in business today...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 May 1921

Page Twelve I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 THE JEWISH MONITOR idays with their parents,. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Black of 3106 Fairmount avenue. Mr. Al Black, accompanied by his wife, has gone to Port Arthur to complete arrangements for his new ladies 'ready-to-wear store. A dance will be given by the Jolly Five Club, at the Hebrew Institute, May 22, 1921. Don't fail to be there. We have secured the most talented band in Fort Worth. We assure you, one and all, a very enjoyable even ing. Mrs. C. Rosenberg, 2116 South Ervay street, left yesterday on an extended visit to her relatives in England, Holland and Germany. Dr. Werne to Address Forum. Rabbi Isaac Werne will speak to the Jewish Forum at the Shaareth Israel Synagogue tonight on "The Song of Songs." He will discuss it as treated in the first five centuries of rabbinical literature. General dis cussion on any points raised during the evening will follow the rabbi's lecture. Freeman-Aronoff Wedding. Ben Freeman of Shreveport, La., and Miss Matil...

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. — 13 May 1921

Friday, May 13, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen "ADDITIONAL FORT WORTH NEWS. (Continued from Page 6). "Gabriel S. Youngwood announces the removal of his offices to Suite 198-198A in the Metropolitan Build - ing, where he will continue the gen eral practice of law." Council of Jewish Women Annual Luncheon. More than 100 women, members and friends of the Council of Jewish Women were entertained Monday with an elaborate luncheon at Jos eph's. Floral decorations of beauty ornamented the long tables, and clever speeches and music were in cluded in the program. Mrs. J. Goldgraber, retiring presi dent, who made an efficient and gra cious toastmistress, announced the various numbers with a verse. Musical selections were given by Sam S. Losh, W. J. Marsh and Mrs. Ed Kriss. Members of the council were presented with banks in the shape of an alarm clock which they were asked to fill before next council meeting. At the close of the lunch eon the members sang the council hymn led by Mrs. ...

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. — 13 May 1921

o Page Foruteen THE JEWISH MONITOR CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Texas, In the County Court of Tarrant County, for Civil Cases, Term. To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Tar rant County, Ureetlng: You are hereby commanded, That by making publication of this Citation In some newspaper published In the County of Tarrant, four weeks previous to the return day hereof, you summon J. U. Wilson, whose residence is unknown, to be and appear before the County Court of Tarrant Connty, for Civil Cases, to be , holden in and for the County of Tarrant, at the Court House thereof, In the City of Fort Worth, on the lirst Monday In July A. D. 1921, the same being the 4th day of July A. D. 1921. File Number be ing 18861, then and there to answer the petition of F. B. Wyatt and J. U. Wyatt, uled In said Court, on the 23rd day or February A. D. ml, against the said J. U. Wilson and alleging in substance as tollows, to-wit: On October 16, 1918, defendant executed his promissory note for the sum ...

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