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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 January 1920

Friday, January 9, 1920. these, a number of the weakest chil. dren were Bent to Trieste and neigh boring localities where they were car ed for in private households. Here too their clothing, equipment and trans portation was paid for by the Joint Distribution Committee. 120 children were maintained at the Sanitarium at Ancarano and 40 at the 'Ospizio Mar ion' at Valdeltra." In addition, the Joint Distribution Committee co-operates in providing free lodging at the Home for Jewish Workers to unemployed Jewish refu gee and workers and apprentices whose scanty wages do not enable them to pay rent. The report also sta ted that more than 600,000 pounds of salted Kosher meat sent from this country, has just been received for distribution in Vienna. The Vienna Committee is also exert ing its efforts toward repatriation of the refugees and is already succeed ing in restoring a large number, in cluding a group of Palestinian refu gees to their homes. THE JEWISH HONITOB Seren AID FOR PERSIAN J...

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. — 9 January 1920

Eiht THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 9, 1920. liS-lEDITQRIALf: i j JEWS AND BOLSHEVISTS. ! We have been hearing a good deal about Jews and Bolshevists. Of course there are some who consciously accuse us of being THE Bolshevists. Some are al ways on the lookout for accusa tions against us and one libel is as good as another. So that we can discount a good deal that we hear. But when sensible men tell us that we ought to be cir cumspect about the number of radicals in our midst, we ought to pay heed. It was therefore with some fear that we watched the bulletins concerning the de portation of the 249 "Reds" who were sent back to Russia last week. We were afraid that we would suffer because of the ex cessive number of men and wom en of our blood not faith. We confess that we felt, more than fear we felt lan alarm. How ever, when we found that out of the 249 there were only thirteen Jews we felt somewhat reliev ed. It is not that we think that thirteen are .not too many God knows that...

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. — 9 January 1920

Friday, January 9, 1920. . Wormser as superintendent, the morale of the school and the at tendance has improved to such an extent that pupils vie with teachers in their enthusiasm for the study of Jewish history and Jewish literature. And it may be said that the humanizing influence that per vades the Sunday school work seems to emanate in large meas ure from the kindergarten class under the supervision of Mrs. Jonas A. Rosenfield. Now it has always been a cherished hope with Mrs. Rosenfield that some day she might persuade Jewish children to see the beauty land joy in celebrating Chanukah in stead of the Christian Christmas. But she received scant encour agement from her friends who assured her that Christmas and Santa Claus was too deeply root ed in the heart of the Reform Jewish child at any rate ever to be taken out. However, last Cha nukah Mrs. Rosenfield saw her opportunity and taking her cour age in both hands she made a start. She was wise enough to use the good psychology o...

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. — 9 January 1920

1 Ten t TEXARKANA. An event of the season was the re ception and dinner given by Mrs. L. J. Kosminsky last Sunday, celebrat ing her husband's natal day. Among the out-of-town guests present were Dr. and Mrs. Spero of Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Werner of Colorado Springs arrived on last Sat urday to make Texarkana their home. The Tuesday Auction Club was en tertained by Mrs. I. J. Kosminsky. Four sets of players were present and prizes were won by Mrs. Leon Arnold, Mrs. Adolph Sandberger, Mrs. L. J. Kosminsky and Mrs. Maurice Sand berger. Mrs. Henry Spero of Fort Worth and Mrs. Henry Heilbron of Okmulgee were out of town guests. Chicken a la King and coffee was served between the games. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bernstein and daughter, who have been the guests of relatives, departed for their home in Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Adolph Sandberger left Thurs day for St. Louis. She will be joined later by Mr. Sandberger and will ac company him to New York. Dr. and Mrs. Henry Spero arrived Sun...

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. — 9 January 1920

Friday, January 9, 1920. MIZRACHI CAMPAIGN FOR TWO MILLION DOLLARS The Mizrachi Zionist Organization of America is no? launching a two million dollar campaign for it Pales tine fund. The campaign was official ly begun on December ?.5th at the le ception given to Raboi Meyer Beilin, Dr. Joseph Bluestone, and Rabbi Eph raim Epistejn, the departing delegates of the American Mizrachi Organiza tion to the world Mizrachi Conference. The campaign will be intensive and energetic Preparations are now be ing completed at the Central Bureau and at the various Branch Offices in the United States, and all available workers and speakers are being mob ilized. Several large contributions have already been made, among them, 15,000:00 from Mr. Rokeach, all of New York. At the reception to the departing delegates the sum of $17,000 in cash and pledges was raised. The Mizrachi Palestine Fund is used for a number of purposes, chief of them, the economic, educational, cul tural, and industrial develooeme...

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. — 9 January 1920

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 9, 1920. (6011 ontinued from Page 9.) : First Son (Looking at Father and Mother) Now dear angels, will you join me in singing Mother Yes, dear children, we shall be glad to.' Our Hebrew songs are so beautiful. It is. a tragedy that in bo many Jewish homes ragtime has taken the place of Hebrew melody. Second Son Then let us join to gether. . (Air sing Shabbas song.) Father This song is indeed glor ious, and is bound to make an excell ent impression on the Sabbath angels. Now Herbert, we are ready to hear the story. First Son On Friday night from Shul to our home, two angels escort us, the Angel of Peace and the Angel of Strife. When they enter our home and find it well lighted, the table hand somely set like ours, Papa and Mama with pleasant faces and Sabbath song ringing in the air 4he Peace Angel's face shines with Glory and blesses the home and says "So be it the coming Friday night." Then the Angel of Strife bends his head down under his ...

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. — 9 January 1920

Friday, January 9, 1920. A PROGRESSIVE CLOTHIER. ,. Seven years ago Mr. Harry Lubin came to Foit Worth and opened ' a amall place at, 1204 Main street. Now Mr. Lubin is one of the beBt known clothing men in Texas. His store at 806 Main street, is one of the busy places of the city. He has made thousands of friends in and out of the city. He is one of the best known of the younger business men of the city. He takes and interest in everything of a public character, and is a member of the Building Commit tee of Temple Beth-El. He is also a THE JEWISH MONITOR Thlrtaea itiea believe that a majority of the missing population will return within the next few months. 1 q 111 t- V ,- ivl 9 mm ... k 0 o .. .. I M I. I Ml 1 1 . HARRY F. LUBIN. of the Fort Worth Relief Association. - r :to which organization he contributed more than $2500 for the construction of a summer camp for sick children, on the shores or Lake Worth. ' Mr. Lubin is a member of the Ki- viuv, m ihmouii mm a Slimier, ii membe...

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. — 9 January 1920

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 9, 1020. SHOES FROM ABROAD. , A pair of children's shoes sturdy and comfortable, retailing for ninety marks, the American equivalent to $1.50 at today's rate of foreign ex change, has been received at the office of the Joint Distribution Committee, 20 Exchange Place. The shoes were forwarded by Isadore Hershfield, rep resentative of the committee, at pres ent in Poland. They have been manu factured by Jewish working men in a shoe factory in Vilna, Poland, subsid. ized by the Joint Distribution Com mittee. In a letter accompanying the shoes, Mr. Hershfield stated that this factory is now., employing two hundred and fifty people, who were previously des titute. He stated that he is making arrangements on behalf of the Joint Distribution Committee for the manu facture of ten thousand pairs of chil dren's shoes to supply in a small meas ure the thousands of Jewish children who have been forced to go barefoot or in tattered shoes during the las...

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. — 9 January 1920

Friday, January 9, 1920. 1 OUR NEW YORK LETTER. Jews and Prohibition Rabbis and the Four Passover Cups A Jewish Memorandum A Revolution in the Theatre The Commission. (Copyright by I. J. P. B.) The great number of fatalities which have occurred in various cities, due to poisoning from wood alcohol, ha finally been traced to New York, from where alcohol has been sent to Hartford and to other cities. It is.tothfljtcredit of Jewish New York that in spite of the large num ber of Jewish wine uhd liquor dealers before the Prohibition Law went into effect, the makers of this poison al cohol, however, were found not among Jewish liquor dealers. ' And talking of Prohibition, there is another interesting phase worth men tioning. As is known, the government made an exception under the Prohibition Law, in respect to wine and brandy necessary in religious ceremonies, and who needs a little wine so much as the Jew for "Kidush" and "Havdullah" and especially for the "Four Pass over Cups?" But the ...

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. — 9 January 1920

THE JEWISH MONITO Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 111 West Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Texaa' 'Phone, Lamar 5440 - DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Business Manager U. M. CERF....... ..Circulation Manager JEWISH CALENDAR. 5680-1919 questrated and more fully desorlbed In plaintiff's sequestration writ sued out herein, for costs of suit and general re- . lief, or In the alternative that he have Judgment for the possession of said prop erty, for costs of suit, general and special relief. Said suit now on file In this office. File No. of Suit 28096. HEREIN FAIL NOT, but have you then and there before said ' Court this Writ, with your return thereon, showing how you have executed the same, at the February Term, 1920. Given under my hand and seal of said Court, at office In the City of Fort Worth, this the 26th day of December, A. D. 1919. (Seal EMMETT MOORE, Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 1. Tar rant County, Texas. New Tear's Eve Wed., Sept 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 January 1920

.vv 8 1 n m I HE Ml I LY TLl am t' 1 II II illMV r i yv ; Cllv M v DR. GEORGE FOX..EDITOP W , si 1DR. OEOROE FOX, President J (8AM LIP8HITZ. Vlce-Frealdent I LOUIS MORRIS. Beo'r-Treaa. I I - -"Ow"" V X J' leading Jewish Jow?N2n. ww ZFTfe GPD1T&UTIWES. V "X. Bfl The editor ti not reaponalble for views) Anonymouay 'nnruHl bT contributor!. 'letter wilt recelY no eonalderatlon. VOL. VIII. NO. 17. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1920. Entered In the Fort Worth PoeleffUe 4 Second Clui Mall Matter br the Mm i tor Publishing Company. Price $1.60 Par Year. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPa. CORRESPONDENTS la. ti WARSAW BRANCH OF JOINT DIS TRIBUTION COMMITTEE BY POLISH JEWISH PRESS. Wimw: (By I. J. P. B.) The local -Jewish paper, "Moment," has come out with an stuck upon the Warsaw branch of the Joint Distribution Com mittee of New York for having failed to live up to its promises or to pro vide in any adequate measure to meet the situation in which the Polish Jews find them...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 January 1920

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 16, 1920. THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS PUBLICATION PROGRAM OF THE BOARD OF EDITORS. An ambitious program of religious school publications was outlined by the board of editors on religious school literature at their December meeting held in Cincinnati. The board com posed of representatives of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the Central Conference of Ameri can Rabbis took action on a number of volumes of text books necessary for the education of Jewish children. The need for additional literature bearing on the instruction of the youth of Is rael is so imperative .that the board has arranged for the publication of a number of text books that will be of great assistance and form an invalu able adjunct in the instruction of the children of the religious schools. Modern Educational Accessories and Devices. The newest devices of pedagogy such as the use of motion pictures was proposed and accepted for religious school in...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 January 1920

Friday, January 16, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOE Three WACO. Rabbi Wolfe Macht spoke to the Menorah Society of State University on Sunday, Jan. 11th. His subject was , "Culture and Kultur". On the evening V' he was invited to speak at a B'nai B'rith meeting. Mrs. L. Fred returned from Fort Worth last week where she was the guest of her children, Mrs. A. Simon and Mrs. M. A. Fred. Mr. M. B. Berkman has returned from a month's visit to Pittsburg and New York. Mr. Alexander Lurge of Superior, H , Wisconsin, is visiting hfs frauds here. ' Mr. Lurge was stationed at Camp Mc Arthur with the 32nd Division. Lovely Dinner for Wedding Party. ! Mrs. H. Novich entertained the Block-Novich wedding party with a lovely eight-hour course dinner at which covers for twenty-two guests were noted. Attractive hand-painted place cards depicting brides and a pretty romance marked the places. The table held a handsome crystal basket of pink carnations. The elegantly appointed table was lighted with crystal can...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 January 1920

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 16, 1920. IFORT WORTH NEWSl MEMBERSHIP CARD BEFORE THE NEXT MEETING, which fill be held January 28. Membership cards can be secured from the Secretary. NOTICE. Regular meeting of Iiidor Straus Udn No. 519, I. 0. B. B., first and third Tutsdays of each month at 8 'dock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. L. M. MILLER, President. ELI GILBERT, Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El, 5th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at o'clock, Saturday morning, 11 'dock, Sunday morning, 11:15. Sab bath School, Saturday morning at 9 '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. Before the war the "Y" boasted of the best baseball nine in Texas in Jew ish circles and came out as victors against the Dallas and Waco Y. M. H. A. 's. that season. Physical Director B. Freefield, who championed that team then promises a much better team fo...

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. — 16 January 1920

Friday, January 16,1920. tee of which Mrs. M. A. Fred ia chair, man. Mr. M. Shanblum in behalf of the Institute gave an address of thanks. The following: organizations were given money by the auxiliary: Building Fund of the Insitute $1,000 Building Fund of New Temple.- 600 Maintenance of Hebrew School 250 Baby Hospital, Denver Consumptiv y es Home were also given donations. It ia hoped that the Jewish ladies of the city will note the good work that ia being done by the organization and will aid its work by Joining and giving it their cooperation. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fit. news from Dallas! Obituary. Mr. Julius Friedman, formerly a . resident of this city died in Waxaha M chie last week. Burial was in Hebrew Rest Rabbi George Fox officiating. He leaves a wife and nine children. Mrs. A. Friedman, Misses Blanche and Ruby Friedman, Mrs. Sam Miller, Mrs. Carrie Kruckman, Messrs. Abe, Ike, Max Friedman and two sons in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Veit are the proud parents of a baby girl, b...

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. — 16 January 1920

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 18, 1920. NATIONAL FEDERATION of TEMPLE SISTERHOODS ' MEET IN INTEREST OF RELIGI OUS SCHOOL. The Sisterhood of Touro Synagog had the religious education of young larael in mind, when it met for the first time this season on December 9. Representatives of the Temple Sinai and the Gates of Prayer Sisterhoods were present. Mothers met teachers of the three reformed religious schools and threshed out problems relative to the training of children in things Jewish. Members of each of the Sis terhoods discussed the school's rela tionship to the home and parent. Fol lowing the instructive portion of the meeting, there was a very pleasing musical program. The Touro Sisterhood combined with the other two congregational women's societies to entertain and present me. norah's and candles as gifts to the religious school pupils on Chanukah. A plan used with much success by the Touro Synagog to make Friday evening services more attractive, evol ved from a mee...

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. — 16 January 1920

Friday, January 16, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Seven courts and introduced necessary alter ations in the existing ones. In each city there are courts of two degrees the first degree, or Court of Three and the second degree, called Conference of Judges, or Court of Five, for more important matters, ap peals against the lower courts, finan cial suits above 100 pounds sterling, etc. There are judicial courts only in the larger colonies; the smaller colon ies and farms submit their law suits to the nearest "Mishpat Hashalom", and one of the coloniests, chosen for the purpose, participates in the giving of judgment The colonies have the Court of the first degree only. For the second degree there is a Central "Mishpat Hasalom" connected with the Committee of the Federation of Colon ies, the members being chosen from all the colonies in the Federation. This body takes the place of the Conference of Judges in the cities. In Lower Gall lee where most of the colonies are small, two or three col...

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. — 16 January 1920

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 16, 1920. I IeditorialI I THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE JEW. Some friends came over the other evening and after a short time, the conversation drifted to a discussion of Judaism. There were in the party two university men who were now past middle age, both men of standing in their respective fields of work. The discussion began to center about the question, "What Ails Judaism?" Varying opinions were ex pressed. It was agreed that the essence of our faith is not the ceremonial practice. The con stant contradiction between the demands of life as it is, and the practice of the ceremonials, makes impossible the observance of those details of Jewish prac tice, which by almost common consent, are being pushed to the background. The party agreed that it was not a question of blaming Ortho doxy or Reform. No one can help but admire a Jew who is sincere in his Orthodoxy and lives up, even at a sacrifice, to the details and the demands of the Ortho dox typ...

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. — 16 January 1920

Friday, January 16, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nina the fundamental American prin ciple of the separation of church and state, we cannot be so char itable as not to voice our indig nant protest at his (attitude. It is often said that we Jews protest too much. Perhaps we do. But here is a case where silence would not only be unjustified but well nigh criminal. Rabbi Leo Franklin, in the Detroit. Jewish Chronicle. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Tsxas, In the Dlitiict Court, Tarrant County, Texas, March Term, A. D. 1920. To the 8herlff or Any Constable of Tar rant County Greeting: You are hereby commanded. That, by making publication of thla Citation In noma newspaper puhtlahed In the County of Tarrant four weeks previous to the re turn day hereof, you summon Mrs. Jessie M. Brown, alias Mrs. Frank Pro, who Is oseph s Cafe a non-resident of the State of Texas, to be and appear before the District Court, to be holden In and for the County of Tarrant, at the Court House thereof. In t...

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. — 16 January 1920

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 16, 1920. IN THE FIELD OF JEWISH LABOR Co-Operation Among Jewish Workers The Movement in Favor of Week Work Among the Ladies Garment ' Workers The Chicago Cutters Ob tain an Increase Through Their Union. By Elias Lieberman. (Copyright by I. J. P. B.) The spirit of co-operation is spread ing among the Jewish workers. For some time now, here and there ahe Jewish worker has taken up the idea of co-operation. In scattered instances they have adopted this or that co-operative scheme. Not all of these, how ever, have been successful. Many of them have collapsed immediately 6till that fact has not served to weak en the underlying spirit, and the cour age of others, and gradually more and more workers are being drawn into the movement. The Jewish workers have learned that in order to be successful in their business undertakings they must con duct their business in a business-like manner. They must establish it on a sound basis. This spirit is gradually...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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