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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 October 1919

Friday, October 81, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven WACO NEWS. Friends in Waco have received the following handsomely engraved wed ding announcement: "Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blum announce the marriage of their daughter, Mar ian, to Mr. Max Goodman, on Sunday, October the nineteenth, nineteen hun dred and nineteen, in the city of Crow ley. At home, 1310 North Gth Street, Waco, Texas." The groom is a well known business man of Waco, and has a wide circle of friends in this city who will welcome his charming bride, one of the socially ppoular young ladies of Crowley, and daughter of a prominent business man there. One of the prettiest and most de lightful of the week's social events of the past week was the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Freund who observed an open house reception for the occaasion on Friday evening from 8 to 11 o'clock. This pop ular and hospitable couple were the recipients on that celebration of hun dreds of cordial remembrances includ ing flowers, silver ...

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. — 31 October 1919

V Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 81, 1919. JUST WHAT IS ZIONISM? (Continued from Page 4). land for the Jews in Palestine. To compass this aim it has put forth a clase-knit organization which covers the globe; it has devised tools, such as the Jewish National Fund, the Anglo-Palestine Bank; it has partly created, partly strengthened numbers of educational cultural agencies, such as schools, publications, subsidiary enterprises. Rallies from World War. Before the world war began, the three million Jews of this country could hardly be said to figure any more prominently in the councils of Zionism than did such small and dis tant Jewish communities as, c. g., those of South Africa. Zionism was one of the first great agencies of in ternational scope to rally from the blow of the world clash. Almost as soon as the war broke out, America be. ing the greatest of neutrals, American Jews had, provisionally, to undertake the leadership in Zionism, while in Europe, the Jew wr.s array...

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. — 31 October 1919

Friday, October 31, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 DALLAS PROFESSIONAL and BUSINESS DIRECTORY Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rinchart and daughter, Alice, have returned from a two weeks' trip to St. Louis and New York. Mrs. Walter Liebman and baby have returned from St. Louis where they attended the wedding of Miss Flor ence Frees and Fred Mnllinson. R. M. Schinks and family will leave November 1st for Milwaukee, Wis., where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. II. Munzenheimer and family of Houston spent several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Munzenheimer, 3023 Fourth street. Mrs. Emma Purvin Coleman ap peared in concert recital last week be for the Engleside Club of Farmers ville. Mrs. Henry Hymes, a delegate to the U. D. C. convention at Marlin, has returned and will be at the Adolphus Hotel until Dr. Hymes returns from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and family havc moved from 3209 Wendcl ken and are at home at 3522 Wendel ken. Mrs. Herman Colin...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 October 1919

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 81, 1919. NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL FESTI VAL SHOWS BIG GAINS. Weather Alone Mars Annual Assem blage at Jewish Institution Near Doylestown. For the first time in the more than twenty years of history of the Nation al Farm School near Doylestown, a rainfall interefered with the conduct of the harvest festival, a pilgrimage that for years has attracted crowds numbering at least two thousand, all with a direct interest in the institu tion. Fewer than two hundred persons were on the special train that ran from Philadelphia to the Farm School. Governor Sproul was prevented from participating because of trouble with his motor. The extensive work accom plished by the school and its influen ce on the present day problems of high living, labor and other economic conditions were emphasized, as in every other festival. A Philadelphian, who summed up the history of the Farm School in one sentence Morris Jastrow, Jr., of the University of Pennsylvania decla...

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. — 31 October 1919

Friday, October 81, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen want to establish their own homes, and would naturally prefer to select as wife one who has been weaned from the lure of the city, one who is accus tomed to rural life. The introduction of a girls' annex would be a splendid opportunity to attain this end, and an equally splendid opportunity to any philanthropically inclined person who would thus see the fruits of his bene faction while he lived and at the same time establish a lasting memorial." Rev. Dr. Krauskopf received the promise of checks aggregating: several thousand dollars for furtherance of this particular movement before the luncheon was finished in Lasker Hall, after the business conference. Prizes Awarded; Officers Chosen. Prizes, in cash form, were awarded to Samuel Fine, William Schneider, Leo Buskin, Sidney Brunwasher, Isidor Braunstein, J. Katz, Aaron Mosco witz, Morris Daniels, Julius Briddle, George Forman, Walter J. Groman, Eliaa Fristat, Robert Livingston, Ira...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 October 1919

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, October 31, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY I THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 Weit Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Texae 'Phone, Lamar 5460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Builneii Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager JUST WHAT IS ZIONISM? (Continued from Page 12). The project, when it appeared, utterly wild and hopeless to practical men; some of them felt certain that neither Christian nor Mohammedan would ever entrust the guardianship of his holy places to the Jews; others doubted the capacity of the Jewish people for self-government, remem bering their conflict of the ancient commonwealth, taking into account their long exclusion from political re sponsibilities; still others maintained that the western Jew wait too com fortable in the cultured atmosphere to which he had become invirod, and of which he had grown an irtegrnl ele ment, to think of pioneering a nev civilization in desolate Palestine, while the Eastern Jew lacked both res...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 November 1919

n. v COT l&V II 111. I I i I ii m E TtT Y7TTT " " .. . p 1U. Y1ILE I 7-a V EIM 1 rr DP. GEOPGE F0X.,ED1T0P I DR. OEOROB FOX. President 48AM LIPSHITZ, Vice-Preildent j, , ILOUI8 MORRIS, Seo'y-Treas. ( The editor is not responsible for viewi) expressed by contributor. Anonymous v (letten will receive no consideration. I Entered In the Fort Worth Poatofflce) . as Second Ciaaa Mall Matter by the Hon- Itor Publishing Company. ) VOLUME VIII. NO. 8 FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1919. Price $1.60 Per Year. "A Light Unto the Gentiles'

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 November 1919

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 7, 1919. JEWISH POGROMS IN UKRAINE AND THE UKRAINIAN PEO PLE'S REPUBLIC. Will you grant me an opportunity to say what I know and what I feel about the Jewish pogroms in Ukraine? While all the distressing particulars of the tragedy and the number of mournful casualties are still to be ascertained, let us still hope that they have been smaller than reported in days of peril and anguish. The facts cannot and must not be denied or jus tified or excused. However, they should be more clearly understood by every Jew and by every Ukrainian, by the American Democracy, and by the world at large. In the name of hu manity and for the future of Ukraine, we should take a common stand, Jews and Ukrainians, that responsibility be fixed and punishment be brought to the guilty, that the wrongs commit ted there, be righted, and that Uk raine be made a safe home for all its citizens, Jews and Gentiles alike. I would be derelict to the duty laid upon me by my gove...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 November 1919

Friday, November 7, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thrts moral partnership only mien they ex perience the fullest freedom of their independent growth. We have waited many months for these days of readjustment and recup eration to come, and they have not come. It is very hard to say in quiet phrases, what has happened in Uk raine since the revolution. War and disorder, devastation and confusion became the lot of the distracted coun try. The Ukrainian People's Republic has had to defend its very existence against German invastion, against Russian Bolshevist conquest, against Poland's noble legions, against Deni kin's Cossack raids and the dark forces behind them, against internal strife, against marauding bandit gangs, against an economic ruin, against a complete breakdown and disaster. For the Jews, this disaster resulted in pogroms. Who are the guilty ones? Who has to bear the ghastly responsibility T The errand I am bound on to Ameri ca, comprises no obligation to lie eith er for my coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 November 1919

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 7, 1919. a government which would prove stronger in these circumstances. The Ukrainian People's Republic was set up thirty monihs ago. The Directorate, the present government of the Ukrainian People's Republic, assumed the control eleven months ago. They are expected to organize and to reconstruct a country which has been disorganized and exhausted and corrupted by more than a century of Czarist mis-rule. They are expected to assert the principles of right and humanity and to safeguard peace and security in Bpite of continuous war, and revolution within and without. They are expected to do while assault ed by three powers, each of them su perior in arms, money, diplomacy and propaganda. They are expected to do it while they are facing the eastward march of Polish imperialism to the west and the counter-revolutionary Russia to the East, both of them be ing supported and supplied with all resources of western Europe. They are expected to do it ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 November 1919

Friday, November 7, 1919. MR. MORGENTHAU RETURNS THE JEWISH MONITOR Five ORPHANS' HOME NEW SITKK INTENDENT Mr. Lionel T. Simmonds, assistant superintendent of the orphan asylum in New York, was elected to succeed Mr. Simon Peiser as head of the local orphan home at a meeting of the trustees and directors held there Sun day. In appreciation of the efficient work of Mr. and Mrs. reiser they were presented with a set of resolu tions and a purse of two thousand dollars, which they pledged to the building fund of the home. Mr. Jacob Lam pert of St. Ixuis, one of the directors, pledged five thousand dolars toward the fund. The board voted to expend twenty, five thousand dollars toward repair ing and improving the present build ing. The board recommended that past President Judge Philip Stein of Chi cago, at the annual meeting, be made an honorary member. The S. 0. F. Club will give a dance Sunday, November 9, at the Hebrew Institute, at eight-thirty o'clock. Everyone is invited. Mrs. Phil...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 November 1919

Six THE JEWISJ MONITOR Friday, November 7, 1919. FORT WORTH NEWSl NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straui Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. L. M. MILLER, President. ELI GILBERT, Secretary. Congregational Temple Beth-El, 6th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Saiturday morning, 11 o'clock, Sunday morning, 11:15. Sab bath School, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, and Sunday at 10:00. Synagogue Ahavath Sholem. Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Satur day morning, 8 o'clock. Sabbath school Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. REMEMBER THE DATE. The Jewish Women's Council will give a card party Thursday afternoon, November 13th at 2:30 p. m. at Jos eph's Cafe, where every meal is a feast It is given for the benefitt of the new Temple and a tremendous crowd is expected. You cannot afford to miss this affair, as it will be a treat. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the He brew Institute will meet Tuesday a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 November 1919

Friday, November 7, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Seven her . husband to Rochester, Minn., then to undergo an operation for ap pendicitis. It is the sincere wish of all their many friends, for a speedy recovery and a return to good health, for Mrs. Shanblum. The benefit dance which the S. 0. F, Club gave at the Hebrew Institute for the War Sufferers, was a grand success from start to finish. The ball room of the Hebrew Institute was crowded, and a good time wu.. had by all present. $185.00 was cleared by the Club at this dance, $150.00 of which was turned over to Mr. L. F. Shamblum, chairman of the War Sufferers' Committee, and the balance of the money, was put in ' reserve by the Club to be disbursed at different times to the charity movements that come up from time to time. The S. O. F. Club desires to take this method of thanking ev eryone for their hearty support in making this affair a success. Miss Jennie Coplin entertained the S. O. F. Club at her home on North Henderson Street, S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 November 1919

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 7, 1919. THE JEW (By James A. Reed in The Hebrew Standard). Great in history, Grim in his tragedy, Through the long years He has patiently trod; Hoping and sighing Aspiring and dying, Still he trusted his God The ideals of a nation determine its destiny. The stream of race life, given direction by some dominant trait, is inevitably driven toward the ocean of its fate. The imperious spirit of the Romans sent them upon wars of conquest. Superstition and cruelty exhausted Egyptian energy in the creation of grotesque religious monuments and the enslavement of other countries. The aestheticism of the Greeks found expression in the majesty of incomparable architecture and the matchless beauty of her ar tists' marble dreams. These ancient governments and races have alike vanished. The present inhabitants of the valley of the Nile are incapable of the resist less courage of the soldiers of Rameses. The spirit of Thermopy lae no longer hovers over th...

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. — 7 November 1919

Friday, November 7th, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine stands the Jew Rufus Daniel Isaacs, Lord Chief Justice of Eng land. In an exalted place among the greatest lawyers our country has produced must be inscribed the name of Judah Philip Benjamin, Attorney General of the Confederacy, an American Jew. If you were asked to name the foremost living actress your lip would instantly pronounce the name of Sarah Bernhurdt, a French Jew ess. From the masters of music you cannot omit Anton Rubenstein, the Polish Jew. If you were to pursue the inquiry you would be compelled to admit that in law, medicine, literature, philan thropy, and business the Jews have won and kept an honorable place We count them among our greatest lawyers, our most skilled physicians, pur most eloquent orators. From their pens have fallen poems of marvelous beauty and exaltation, books of profound learning and masterful logic. Their artists have wrought master-pieces of canvas and marble and bronze. In all lines of endea...

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. — 7 November 1919

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 7, 1919. I lEDITORIALl I OUR CARTOON. We are highly pleased with our cartoon this week. Mr. Joel Rosen has outlined a magnificent symbol. The Jew IS the beacon light of nations. In truth has he been a light to the Gentiles just as the prophet spoke. He has contributed the Old Testament the most popular book the world has ever known. . He gave the world its greatest teachers. He gave the world the greatest teachings. He gave the world the basis of right liv ing. He gave it the inspiration for the no blest lives that have been lived for others. Moses the greatest law-giver the world knows of was the first great leader to fight for religious independence. "Send forth my people that they may serve Me." The Ten Commandments form the con stitution of the world's moral fabric. The greatest single precept in ethical thought is "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself." It is the inspiration of the Old Testament and occurs twice in the five books of Mo...

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. — 7 November 1919

Friday, November 7th, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR ' "RISHES" IN THE A. E. F. - (Continued from Page 9). God blesa them. Chaskel Boon no ticed the fact that the nurse and or derly would take an occasional pa tient into a separate room, for a few moments. The patient would return to the general ward apparently con tented and pleased. Why? Here was something that Chaskel must investi gate, or die of unappcased curiosity. The next day he followed one of these patients. It happened the orderly was busy for the moment elsewhere, and the nurse did not wuit for him. As Chaskel, with an assured uir of business duty, strove to follow the patient into the dispensary, the nurse barred the way. "Now, Chaskel," she said, "You can't come in here. Co back to the ward". Was Chaskel Chochom to be bnlked by a mere wo man? He brushed her, gently enough, aside. She called the order ly, Corporal X. He was apt to be quick-tempered, but, otherwise, was most efficient and trustworthy. X bundled Chaskel out. He...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 November 1919

Twelve flee the point at once. The Hebrew feyhohym always 1 conn6tes cleverness, superior intelligence and mental keenness. This" is based on an old Talmudic dictum that the majority of illegitimates:!, e., of course, sons of concubines who had no le gal tribal rights are of acute in telligence. Aside from the unfortunately too wide use of the unhappy epithet which really meant nothing I can't conscientiously assert that I do not believe that any rishus existed in our army. On the contrary, I found numbers of instances in which Jewish and Christian boys became firm "bud dies." I remember the cases of Mess Sergeant Kelly (that is not his real name) and his friend, Sergeant O'Brien, both of New York, who al ways chummed in with the Jewish boys in Devens. Kelly, especially, could talk English with a fine, high flavored ghetto accent. On one oc casion the foreign Jewish popula tion of Lawrence, Mass., invited all Jewish boys in Camp Devens to be their guests at a real Kosher din ner. Ke...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 November 1919

Friday, November 7, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteaa FORT WORTH'S Fastest Growing Department Store THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS Honolulu Observes Holydays Jewish religious services in Hono lulu, Hawaii were held for the first time in years on Rosh Hushanah and Yom Kippur. Even these would not have taken place had not Mr. Vic tor Harris of Honolulu arranged them, obtaining for the purpose prayer books from the Union Amer ican Hebrew Congregations. The Rosh Hashanuh Service, held at the Army and Navy Y. M. C. A., was attended by about sixty persons, mostly Jewish civilian adults, some Jewish soldiers and a few Christians. Mr. Harris himself conducted the service, and sang some of the chants, the others being sung by Mrs. J. A. MacGauhey, the wife of a Presby terian minister, who is the hostess at the Army and Navy Y. M. C. A., and Mrs. L. S. Rothschild, wife of the chairman of the congregation. Mr. Max Lukin, field clerk in the army and a violinist of note, pluyed sever...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 November 1919

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 7, 1919. a Roumanian politician by a Rouman ian Jewish citizen. The following is a close rendering: "Piatro, May 16th, 1918. "An open letter to Mr. Jonel Bra- tiano, former Senator of the district of Suceava, and former premier: "I address you as a Roumanian cit izen, and as an elector of the first class College of the Senate and of the House of Deputies. Also, I ad dress you in the name of all the Rou manian Jewish citizens of the Dis trict of Suceava who voted for you as Senator of the district. It is these whom your administration has found necessary and proper to arrest on the base, odious and insulting accusa tion that they were suspected of treason. In this way you showed your appreciation; in this way you regarded those who had honored you and placed their confidence in you. "They are in prison. As their rep resentative, and also as the repre sentative of all who have suffered thru you, I wish to say a few words to you. "I do not w...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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