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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 23 January 1920

Friday, January 23, 1920. talk of tuberculosis baccilli in animals and of the trichina-worms in pigs, but long before the bacteriological insti tutes found out all these bacilli, Moses spared his people all these ills by his . laws concerning food and hygiene. And was Moses the poorer a general, because he was a great physician T When did the Jews have their great est victories? They had true heroes, and displayed marvels of heroism when they believed that God fought with them and for them; it was only when the Jews sinned, and did not want to recognize and follow their laws, that their guilty conscience made them feel fear. They became Mattered throughout the world and underwent all sorts of persecutions, and then they came back to their old faith. If they had prospered, that would have been the greatest misfortune to hu manity. For then the only people which believes in a single God would have disappeared and what an ir remediable loss that would have been for humanity. Instead of...

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. — 23 January 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 23, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 Watt Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Texas 'Phone, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Butlneee Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager Confidence JEWISH CALENDAR. 5680-1919 Sixteen Ma New Year's Eve Wed., Sept. 24 Yom Klppur Sat. Oct. 4 Succoth .(First Day) Thurs. Oct. t Succoth (Last Day Shemlnl Atzereth) Thurs. Oct. 16 Slmchath Torah Friday, Oct. 17 Kosch-Chodeach Chesvan. .Friday, Oct. 24 Rosch-Chodesch Ktslev. .Sunday, Nov. 23 Chanukah (Feast of Dedication) Wed. Dec. 17 Rosch-Chodesch Tebeth . ...Mon., Dec. 22 5680-1920 Fast of Tebeth Thurs., Jan. 1 Rosch-Chodesch Shebat. . . .Wed., Jan. 21 Rosch-Chodesch Adar. .. .Thurs., Feb. 19 I'urlm (Feast of Esther). .Thurs., Mar. 4 Rosch-Chodesch Nissan Sat., Mar. 20 Passover (I'esach) Sat., April I Passover (Eighth Day) ....Sat., April 10 Rosch-Chodesch lyar Sun., April IS Lac b 'Omer Thurs., May 6 Rosch-Chodesch Slvan ....

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

J- M The n r7 v TV Tl ii m i III DP. GEOPGE FOX. EDI TOP (DR. GEOROE FOX. President 8AM IjIPSHITZ, Vlc-Preldent Il-OITIR MORRtH. Pec'y-Trean. VOL. VIII. NO. 19. FOREIGN and D SPECIAL WEEKLY LET TER FROM NEW YORK Ukranian Federation Unified An Un fortunate Accident to Colonel Cut lerThe Jewish Stage and the Jew ish Pre The Future of the Red Mogen David. Copyright by I. J. P. B. At lait we have the beginning of unity in the ranks of Ukranian Jewry, and after ircmingly endless wrang lings and differences, all the commit ties have joined forces and will work together toward calling a conference soon, which shall reorganize the Fed eration and start the practical relief work for the Jews in the Ukraine. The removal of the blockade against Russia had much to do with the mat ter. Now that it is possible, with en ergetic application, to reach the great Ukranian cities, and through them the vemaller towns and villages, everyone has felt that it would be a crime to go on with time-consuming p...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

Two THE JEW ISH MONITOR Friday, January 30, 1920. also attend a religious school. Clarksdale has a school which like wise owes its origin to Rabbi Mark. Mr. Max Friedman is superintendent and a number of volunteer women ar the teachers. SERMONS TRANSLATED INTO PERSIAN. THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS The sermons published in 1918 by the Tract Commission of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations! SYNAGOG STARTED IN NEW ENGLAND. The Jewish people located in New London, Conn., and Fall River, Mass., have initiated a movement to organize modern congregations as a result of a visit recently paid them by Rabbi Jerome Rosen, field worker for the Department of Synagog and School Extension. Some of the influential men in New London who have undertaken to furth er the plan are Dr. E. A. Henkle, Messrs. Nestor Dreyfus, Ludwig Mann, Ezekiel Spitz, Perry J. Hollan dersky and Morris Lubschansky. These gentlemen are arranging to present the subject as a mass meeting of the Jewish po...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

Friday, January 30, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thro k f were translated into Persian and read to the Jews of Sriaz, Persia, last Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur by Solo ' mon Samson, a member of the British expeditionary forces. Mr. Samson, a native Hindu, was a ,tadent at the Hebrew Union College som years ago. Before completing his course at the College, he returned to India as a teacher of Judaism. While stationed at Busrah, Mesopo tania, prior to May, 1918, Mr. Samson read sermons of the Tract Commis sion in English as written, before a small congregation of English speak ing Jews. He intends to continue the use of IjJthe sermon pamphlet in his religious work in the Far East. AUSTIN. The engagement of Miss Marygold Ashe to Mr. Chas. Simon of Greenville, S. C, has been announced. Mrs. Harold Michclson of Gonzales, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Krohn. News has been received here of the arrival of a little daughter in the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. Roscnfield of Clark esvill...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

Four I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baerman are the proud parents of a fine boy. Miss Sylvia Joseph of Fort Worth and Mrs. Jack Linsky of Little Rock, Ark., were united in marriape Satur day night, at the home of Rev. A. Fram, the ring ceremony being used by Rev. Fram. The Herzl Club met with Miss Bock Sunday afternoon, and had a very pleasant meeting. Business was dis cussed, and an interesting program was enjoyed by all the members, after which delicious refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Peari Freidberg. Miss Sara Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lynn, and Sam Isenberg of Amarillo were married Sunday evening at the Labor Temple Auditor ium. Rev. Fram performed the cere mony. Mrs. Bernard Goldgar, sister of the bride was matron of honor, and the two bdiesmaids were Misses Sara Lubel of San Antonio, who entered with her financee, Mr. Dave Isenbsrg, brother of the groonr and Miss Sara Beckal who entered with Morris Per ky of Fort Wort...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

V Friday, January 30, 1920. Funeral Notices. Mr. Abe Hyman, 60 years old, died Wednesday night at his home, 1101 Browder street. Mr. Hyman, who had been a resident of Dallas for forty years was In his early days a travel ing salesman, but for many years pre ceding his death he was the Texas rep rC?esentative of a large clothing house of Chicago. He is survived by his wife, a son, Jack Hyman, two sisters, Mis ses Sarah and Lena Hyman, and a brother, Joseph Hyman. Funeral ser vices were held Thursday morning; burial was in Emanu-El cemetery. Mrs. Amelia Wormser, who had been a resident of Dallas for twenty one years, died Saturday morning at Kher home, 1203 Royal street, after a long illness. Mrs. Wormser is survived by a daughter, Miss Lenore Wormser, and a sister, Mrs. E. Benedict of New York. FORT WORTH NEWS. Mr. Clarence Goldberg and his Jazz Orchestra have accepted the position with the Westbrook hotel to play there every evening between the hours of 6 and 8 at their public affai...

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. — 30 January 1920

Six THE JEW18,: MONITOR Friday, January SO, 1920. Ifort worth newsI FORT WORTH BUSINESS DIRECTORY NOTICE, regular meeting of Iiidor Straus Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 '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 a o'clock, Saturday morning, 11 o'clock, Sunday morning, 11:15. Sab oath 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. Mr. Max Cohen, Fort Worth cloth ier, left for the eastern markets to purchase his spring styles. The Ladies Auxiliary of the He brew institute will give a dance Sun day night. Everybody invited. Come and have a good time. The Brith Millah of the new-born son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Frieden was quite a success to the local Jewish or ganizations. Du...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

Friday, January 30, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR 8rra His concern is the only one of its kind in the South, and fills a long felt want. Mr. Friedlander is a very well known young man and has a host of friends who wish him a great success. WE HAVE MOVED. The Monitor Publishing Company, printers and publish- Ushers of the Jewish Monitor, has moved to new and much larger quatrers at 287-9 Went Tenth St. We have twice as much room in our new location, and are prepared to do your printing. It takes times to move a large printing chop and if you have missed your Monitor please forgive uh it was "Moving Day" with us only our "moving day" lusted two weeks and one of our large presses is not yet set up! THEATRICAL COLUMN. Byrant Washburn in Screen Version of Play, "It Fays to Advertise," Turns Out Best Farce of His Picture Career. Rodney Martin, a young fellow, has spent a hilarious four years in college and it is to the general amazement of his friends that he has never been ex pelled. At the c...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR I ilEDITORIALl & I ARE THE JEWISH GIRLS ALSO GUILTY? Press dispatches say that the manager of one of the largest theatres in Chicago, has been forced to open a smoking room for women, in connection with his play-house. He found that girls were smoking in the wash room, in the boudoir and even in the lobby. To use the phrase that he is reported to have used, "the women forced him to do it." We are not surprised at this announcement. While in a large New York theatre sometime ago, we noticed the large number of girl3 and women who were smok ing and this without any shame or bashfulness. Of course we saw many who looked like the daughters of Jewish parents. But we were wont to believe that what we saw were the ex ceptions. We confess that those we noticed, were powdered up and paintsd up, and cigarette smoking looked as though it were a concomitant to the other habits which these girls had habits which probably would not stamp them as illustrious exam ples ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

Friday, January SO, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine IN THE FIELD OF JEWISH LABOR Governor Smith Averts a Strike of the New York Cloakmakers The "Gold Strike" Has Been Going on for Four Months The International Garment Workers Win a Great Vic tory in Cleveland: By Elias Lieberman. Although the arbitration committee appointed by Governor Alfred E. Smith to settle the difference that has arisen in the New York suit trade has not yet arrived at any definite agree ment after a week of work on the problem, there is no doubt at all that the Governor, by taking the action he did, deserves the thanks of all con- ' cerned for having averted-a general strike. Six weeks ago the first signs of dis satisfaction appeared, when at a con ference between the manufacturers and a delegation from the Cloakmak ers' Union, an increase of 30 per cent was demanded for all workers. When the manufacturer! refused to acce to this demand, no general strike was called, but instead there began a so called "unrecogn...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

Ten STRAIGHT FROM THE SHOULDER THE JEWISH MONITOE "Judaism, Christianity and the Modern Social Ideals," by Dr. G. George Fox, rabbi of Temple Beth El, Fort Worth, Texas, is a very timely publication. The author shows con clusively what we have always con tended, that what is called Social Jus tice today ia nothing new, but had its genesis in the Bible, the Talmud and other authoritative Jewish sources. Dr. Fox discusses at great length the question of Social Justice and quotes copiously from the sources to which he has had access. He shows that the New Testament authors made full use of Jewish teachings and whatever is contained in the New Testament in regard to social ideals has been said before by the prophets and rabbis of Israel. The rabbi knew life indeed. Dr. Fox is correct when he says: "Ono could write volumes as in deed volumes have been written showing the breadth of the rabbinical thought and life; one could select from the writings of the rabbis enough material to fill m...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

Friday, January 30, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven WICHITA FALLS. Mr. and Mrs. H. Shapiro of New York City have announced the en gagement of their daughter, Miss Belle A., to Mr. Herman H. Kleinman of Wichita Falls, Tex., son of Mrs. M. Kleinman of Dallas, February 1, 1920. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. THE STATU OK TEXAS, In the District Court, Tarrant County, Texan, Murch Term, A. D. 1920. To the Uheriff or Any Countable of Tar runt County, CirectiiiK: You lire hereby commanded, That, by mitkuiK publication of thin Citutlon In Nome newspaper published In the County of Tarrant four weeka prevloua to the re turn day hereof, you summon Olivia (iuthrle, whose realuence In unknown, to be and appear before the District Court to be lioldcn in and for the County of Tarrant, ut the Court IIouhb thereof, In the City of Fort Worth, on the drat Mon day In Murch A. D. IViO, the aume being the iMt ilny of Mild month, then and there to anawer the petition of Jumea Uuthrle lie plaintiff, filml In wil...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January SO, 1920. Twelve SHREVEPORT. Mrs. Sam Weiner has as her guest, Miss Carol Elkan of Selma, Ala., and would be glad to have her friends call. Mr. and Mrs. M. Strauss and son, Herman, also Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Meyers and sons, have moved into the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Strauss, 1101 East College street. The location has the advantage to be across the street from Mrs. Strauss' Bister, Mrs. H. Bodenheimer. Mrs. L. L. Child's (Cecile Lamb) has returned from Monroe, where she was called by the serious illness and death of her mother, Mrs. Joe Lemle of that city. Mrs. Samuel Hyman has returned to New York after a most delightful home visit to her mother, Mrs. Minnie F?oi sheim. Mis. Bella Dreyfuss has returned Iron c. stay of several months in New Orleans where her daughters, Misses Sadie and Frances, are at Newcomb Collepe. Mrs. Dreyfuss prolonged her viyif to be with her sister, Mrs. Max Sampson, after the death of Mr. Samp con, but is now with her son ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

" V THE JEWISH MONITOR 4 Friday, January 30, 1920. NEW YORK ZIONIST WORKERS PLEDGE OVER A MILLION Guarantee in Advance of Campaign One-Third of New York's Quota Toward Ten Million Fund. Rabbi Silver's Oration and Mr. SchUTi Offer to Buy Back Haifa Technkum at Haifa, Two Great Thrills of a Great Function. HOUSTON DR. HENRY BARN STEIN. Of 500 Zionist workers of Greater New York subscribed the sum of $1, 090,000, or nearly one-third of New York's quota of $3,500,000 of the Ten Million Dollars Palestine Restoration Fund at a remarkable banquet at the Hotel Astor Monday evening, aJn. 5th. Among the largest pledges were $50, 000 by Nathan Strauss, honorary chairman of the National Committee for the Palestine Restoration Fund; $40,000 by Mrs. Mary Fels, and $25, 0000 by Peter Schweitzer, treasurer of the Zionist Organization, and his wife. The million dollar result, the larg est sum ever subscribed at a Zionist function in this city, was only one of the stirring incidents at this gather in...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

Fourteen TYLER RABBI M. FABER. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 30, 1920. ' i it mi . A. ; Dr. Faber is one of the best known ministers in Texas. He has been in Tyler for over fifteen years, and is one of the big men of East Texas. He is known and loved by everybody in the city. He is a high Mason, having been State Chaplain of the Texas Mas ons. Dr. Faber is one of the hard workers of District No 7, 1. 0. B. B. and takes a leading part in every upbuilding movement in this section of the state. He has two sons and a daughter, the latter, Mrs. Philip Lipstate, also of Tyler. THE PEACE CONFERENCE OF THE ROUMANIAN JEWS. New York: On February 1st, at the Hotel Pennsylvania, will be held the annual "Peace Conference" of all the Roumanian Jewish organizations in the United States and Canada. Up to the present time there have existed two great organizations of the Roumanian Jews in America: The American Union of Roumanian Jews, and The Federation of Roumanian Jews. As a result of this di...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

Friday, January 30, 1920. PALESTINE FROM DAY TO DAY. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen Jerusalem Now Zionlnt Headquarters. A Health Office EsUblinhcd Jew Ish Lawyers Giving Course of Lec turesDeveloping Trades and Find ing New Means or Employment. "H. C L." Once More Reception to Weitzzmann. It is expected that Jerusalem will be the headsuarters of most organiza tions and institutions of Palestine, since the headquarters of the Zionist Administrative Commission have been moved there from Jaffa. Hitherto, Jaf fa held that place in the New Yishuv. A new medical journal is about to be issued in Jerusalem, as a result of the physicians' conference held there re cently. Mr. Ussishkin has announced that a health office will be established there under the control of the Zionist Commission with three doctors and an advisory council whose members will be appointed by the Zionist Commis sion, the doctors' societies and the Yishub. The Sanitary Committee which has been formed by the Vaad Ha Ir of Je ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 January 1920

J THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 30, 1920. V- Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. S11 Watt Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Texas 'Phono, Lamar MOO DR. GEORGE FOX ..EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Butlneii Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager o JEWISH CALENDAR. 5680-1919 New Year'a Eve Wed., Sept. 24 Yom Kippur Sat. Oct. 4 Succoth 'First Day) Thurs. Oct. Succoth (Last Day Shemlnl Atzereth) Thura. Oct. It Slmchath Torah Friday, Oct. 17 Rosch-Chodesch Chesvan. .Friday, Oct. 24 Rosch-Chodesch Klslev. .Sunday, Nov. 23 Chanukah (Feaat of Dedication) Wed. Dec. 17 Rosch-Chodesch Tebeth . ...Mon., Dec. 22 5680-1920 Faat of Tebeth Thurs., Jan. 1 Rosch-Chodesch Shebat... .Wed., Jan. 21 Rosch-Chodesch Adar. .. .Thurs., Feb. II Purlm (Feast of Esther).. Thurs., Mar. 4 Rosch-Chodesch Nissan Sat., Mar. 20 Passover (Pesach) Sat., April I Passover (Eighth Day) ....Sat., April 10 Rosch-Chodescb lyar Sun., April IS Lag b 'Omer Thurs., May 6 Rosch-Chodesch Slvan . ...Tuea., Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

'" IhlrWF i i ml i mm I LY E EJ M U I I f I II Jill wit IDR. GEORGE FOX. Prldnt 1 9AH LIP8HITZ, Vioa-PrcilcUnt (LOUIS MORRIS, Beo'y-Trea. DP. GEOPGE FOX, TOP tTThe QxarSomiiwES )Tb editor If not reeponilbU for Titwi ) sprMd by contributor. AnonymouiV letters will racolT no oontldoratlon. 1 I Entered In the Port Worth eatome) Beoona cum Mull Matter jr the lltor PvbllihlD Company. vol. vin. NO. 21. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FKIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1920. Pries fl.BO Per Tw. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS AN EAST AFRICAN TRIBE DES CENDED FROM ANCIENT JEWISH STOCK. Cassel, Germany: (By I. J. P. B.) Colonel von Ruckstaschel, In a lecture on hit war experiences in East Africa where he fought with the Germany army against the English, told of hav ing come upon a tribe called the Mas sai, who are descended from ancient Jewish sstock and that this tribute had not helped the Germans in the war. A Jewish war veteran, ho alio fought with tjje German army in East Africa, answer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

Two JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE. THE JEWISH MONITOR American Jewry is about to bark upon one of the most engrossing and perhaps one of the most momen tons tasks in the history the reorgan ization upon a practicable and equit able basis of the relief activities of the Jews in Poland, activities involv ing the distribution of millions of dol lars annually. For this purpose the Executive Committee of the Joint Dis tribution Committee, representing the contributors to Jewish relief work, re cently authorized Dr. Boris D. Bogen, Director General of the Committee, to organize, train and equip a unit of se lected workers, whom he is to lead in the work overseas. In view of the ur gency of the situation no time was lost in preparation and Captain Elkan C. Voorsanger, who served as Senior Chaplain of the 77th Division and later as overseas director of the Jewish Welfare Board, was immediately en gaged to act as manager of the unit. Many Volunteer for Service. An appeal for recruits for this...

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