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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

THE JEWUH MONITOR Three 4 Friday, February 13, 1920. WACO NEWS. . Miss Horwitz of Cleveland, Ohio, was a recent guest of the Misses Adel man of North Fifth street. Miss Ruth Blum left Tuesday for her home In Crowley, La., after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Max Goodman. Rabbi and Mrs. Wolfe Macht are located at the Raleigh Hotel for the present. The Temple Sisterhood is giving a Cabaret at the Progress Club on Thursday. The program is very en tertaining and a good time is assured all who come. The proceeds are to go to a fund to refurnish the Sabbath school, etc. The many friends of Mr. Bernard Sachs will regret to learn of his ill ness from an attack of the "flu." Mrs. A Silvers and daughters of Los Angeles, Cal., are the guests of Mr. and Mi. Robert Silvers. Mr. and Mrs. E. Ullman announce the approaching marriage -of their daughter, Blanche, to Mr. Harry Wohlberg, now of Omana, Neb., but fo-merly of Waco. Mrs. I. Friedlander of Dcs Moines, Iowa, is the guest of her parents, Mr. a...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 18, 1920. Four I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 Mrs. Max Cohen of Fort Worth and daughter Leona, and Miss Libby Fred of Waco, came over to attend the dance at the Roof Garden and were guests of Mrs. Will Garonzik. Mr. and Mrs. Will Garonzik and chil dren motored over to Fort Worth in the new Oldsmobile. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller of Fort Worth are the happy parents of a ba by daughter, born January 25th. The little lady is called Charlotte Jean nette. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller will be glad to learn that their little son, Ivan, who has been seriously ill is speedily recovering. Honoring Mrs. M. Tobias of New York, Mrs. Will Garonzik invited sev eral of her friends for a game of cards at her home. Mrs. Max Michaelson was lucky in carrying off the prize for high score. A delicious repast was served at the conclusion of the game. Mrs. Nathan Yonack has as her guests last week her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cwengel of Denison. Isidore Cwengel of Denison s...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

Friday, February 18, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR " SHREVEPORT NEWS I , . . ) Mrs.. Ray Namah had the pleasant visit of her son, Arthur E. Naman, of Houston, Texas. ' On Sunday, February 1, Miss Jean nette Stell and Mr. Morris Solomon were quietly married by Dr. Horwitz of Marshall, Texas. The ceremony was attended by a few friends and took place in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kottle. They were accompanied by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stell and siBter, Miss Julia Stell of Longstreet, La. The bridegroom's bro ther, Nathan Solomon, and Leon Grae ber of Shreveport, were present. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon are now at home at 1455 Anna Btreet. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Phelps will enter tain with a dance on the evening of Wednesday, the 11th, complimentary to Miss Annie Abon at 8:30 o'clock, at the Columbia Club, Travis street Mrs. Conn, (nee Hortense Holzman) of New Orleans and Mrs. Marks (nee ' Sadie Holzman) of New York, tho . daughters of Mr. Ben Holzman, whose visit has been anticipated ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

Six THE JEWISJ MONITOR Friday, February 13, 1920. JOJNT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE. Describing the departure of a Jew ish Relief Unit for Poland as "a step of outstanding significance in the his tory of American Jewry," Felix M. Warburg, chairman of the Joint Dis tribution Committee for American Funds for Jewish War Sufferers, to day issued a statement, on the propos ed activities of the relief group of twenty-four men and one woman, who are now on their way to Europe. He explained the important function as signed to them of organizing relief ac tivity throughout Poland and outlined the activities for which the workers would be responsible. "The mighty forces of united Amer ican Jewry have been mobilized and concentrated to save the Jews of de vastated Eurpoe from suffering and annihilation and to enable them to become self-sustaining," Mr. War burg said. "The field of activity of our unit will be Poland, that battle worn and hungry land, where literally millions of our people look to u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

Friday, February 13, 1920. as well as in this country, will treat sympathetically our activities which are meant for the common good; that they will support us and co-operate with us in our sincere endeavors to in stall a definite and firmy based sys tem of relief for the Jewish people, that they will be patient with the rep resentatives of the Joint Distribution Committee in their attempt to inaug urate the system, which has been frankly presented and thoroughly dis cussed, and that they will refrain, dur ing the initial period at least, from vain criticism and antagonism. There will continue to exist, as there docs now, a feeling of great eagerness to take up problems of permanent con structive work; our Committee is ex erting strenuous efforts in this direc. tion and has entered upon the pre liminary steps involved in this work. But, first of all, we must deal with purely relief problems; we must stim ulate the local people to do their share, making it clear to them that funds fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

TBI JEWISH MONITOB Friday, February 18, 1920. 1 6 IeditorialI & 1 ANTI-SEMITIC BALDERDASH We regret that we have to give a certain third or fourth class magazine some free advertising. We don't want to do it, yet we feel that our readers ought to be acquainted with what is going on in the "editorial" corners of some of the journals that are being published in this country. We had never heard of the "Pathfinder," printed in Wash ington, D. C. Our attention was attracted to it by one of our subscribers, whose friend, a non. Jew, told him of the malicious article, from which we quote ex cerpts. If the magazine is in the habit of printing articles such aa we refer to, its name is an abso lute misnomer. The article in question, is en titled, "Are Jews to Rule the World?" It is full of insinua tion, falsehood and perversion of facts. The writer exhibits the profoundest ignorance about the subject he mistreats, and one marvels at the colossal impu dence of some men, who by the way, say...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Nina Friday, February 13, 1920. organizations proportionately, than any other religious group. The Christian public as a whole is American in its ideals and as pirationsand the word Ameri can takes in everybody who serv es America, and who exercises its citizenship, whether he be Jew, Christian or infidel. We are not sure that we do not owe our readers an apology for. reproducing an article such , as we found in the Pathfinder. Yet we feel that unless we ans wer, silence might be misinter preted by the editors of that sheet. Perhaps we ought to know too, that even in this, our coun try, the serpent of anti-Semitic prejudice is raising its head, just as it has raised its head in Ger many, Austria, Hungary and thb other lands which we have just finished whipping. But we need not fear dogs have bayed at the moon before. We have moved to our new quarters at 287-289 W. Tenth St. and are now prepared to give you the best of service. MONITOR PRINTING CO. SPECIAL WEEKLY L...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 13, 1920. THE RESTORATION OF PALES TINE APPEALS TO LIBERAL HUMANITY. v (By Nathan Straus). Because of intolerable persecutions and privations, both intensified since the war, one of. the greatest migra tions in history is now taking place throughout Central and Eastern Eu rope. It is an unled flight of Jews wan dering painfully in search of the Promised Land. Behind them lies slaughter or star, vation. They must move on or perish. And so thousands are going by the only transport available on foot hoping somehow to reach the new Zion in Palestine, the-only goal of hope they know. The suffering in this weary march of impoverished pilgrims through lands of inhospitable and bare is un imaginable. Its pathways are literally strewn with folk stricken with hun ger or disease. This is only the beginning of the tide. Let some measure of peace and order come to the present areas of persecution, and hosts of Jews, now unable to migrate, will join the exo...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

Friday, February 13, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR SERVIAN GOVERNMENT MAKES CLEAR ITS ATTITUDE TO WARD JEWS. NEAR EAST RELIEF CARES FOR JEWISH ORPHANS. READ THE MONITOR ADVERTISEMENTS. Belgrade: (By I. J. P. B.) Recently a decided antinSemitic trend has been noticeable in the country. To such an extent has this agitation spread, that the government organ. "Epocha." has felt the necessity of coming forward with an editorial on the subject. "An attitude of tolerance," says the editorial, "has been traditional in Ser via. These present anti-Semitic agi tators all hail from provinces which were formerly Austrian. It is quite true thae some Jews in the country ate objectionable, but the same may be said of some Servians as well. "It is good policy to spread hatred against an entire people, most of whose members are faithful citizens, and many of whom have shed their b!ood for our country, merely on ac count of a few individuals? It is a basic principle of every civilized land that harmony bet...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 13, 1920. Ifort worth news FORT WORTH BUSINESS DIRECTORY NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p m. at the Hebrew Institute. MEYER MEHL, President. ELI GILBERT, Secretary. , Congregational. Temple Beth-EL 6th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Saturday morning, 11 o clock, Sunday morning, 11:15. Sabbath School, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, and Sunday at 10:00. Synagogue Ahavath'Sholem: Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Saturday morning, 8 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. The Card Tournament that wag to have been given last Thursday by the Jewish Women's Council was post poned on account of the influenza. It was decided to postpone it until a lat er date, when there will be less sick ness in town. The committee having the affair in charge is composed of the following ladies: Mesdames Geo. Fox, Chairman; R. C. B...

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

THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirtm Friday, February 13, 1920. .7" t -aJrtJk kjFt s Charles Eichenbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Eichenbaum of Little Rock, took first prize in the Junior High School for giving an essay on the High Cost of Living. Charles Eichenbaum is only eleven years old. Notice! Isadore Straus Lodge No. 519, 1. 0. B. B. will hold a regular meeting Tues day, February 17, 8 p. m. At this meeting jorty candidates will be ini tiated. You are cordially asked to be with us on this night Refreshments will be served MEYER MEHL, President L E. GILBERT, Secretary. JEWS IN IRELAND FORM MIZRA Cni ORGANIZATION. A large mass meeting of all the Jews of the city was recently held in Dublin, Ireland. The speakers at the meeting raised the audience to a high pitch of enthusiasm, and over two hundred of those present were enroll ed as members of the Mizrachi Organ ization of the United Kingdom. Rabbi I. Herzog presided and explained the aims and purposes of the Mizrachi Movement Dr. Henry K...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 13, 1920. TYLER Miss Mamie Markmon and Mr. I. Comer of Hamilton, Tex., were mar ried last Sunday evening by Rabbi H. J. Horowitz. After the ceremony dancing was enjoyed. The Zionists entertained with a dance last Thursday at the Royal Har rington Armory. Misses Ethel and Lena Friedlander entertained the Squabblers Wednes day evening. An interesting Bible discussion was led by Dr. Faber, after which a musical program was ren. dered. Dancing and childhood games ended the evening. Mr. M. Adler of Kansas City, Mo., sepnt a week in the city. Mr. Abe Jacobs of Corslcana at. tended the Zionist dance. Mrs. Sam Gardner has as her guests Mrs. L A. Wolf and children of Fort Worth and Mrs. R. Jacobs of New Or leans, La. Mrs. J. Lipstate has returned from New York. Mrs. H. Davis, buyer for The La dies' Shop, has returned from Eastern markets. JOSEPH ROSENBLATT. When Josef Rosenblatt appears in Dallas on the evening of February 18, Dallas will have its...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

Friday, February 13, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen . THEATRICAL COLUMN. Powerful Griffith Picture. "The Mother and the Law" is the title ot a powerful D. W. Griffith super-production announced as the special attraction at the Phillips Egypt Sunday. The word powerful best explains this latest Griffith story for the rea son that this wizard of the drama has furnished an intense, emotional and highly dramatic play that verges closely to tragedy, and strikes an echoing vibration in the heart and mind of the spectator. As in all Grif fith productions, there are contrasting moments of comedy and exaltation, but the undercurrent of great human emotions is so strong as to cause the audience to sit spellbound by the al most irresistible whirlwind of events that lead up to the final climax. A thoroughly representative all star cast of foremost players of the motion picture world has been assem bled by David Wark Griffith for his tremendous dramatic story, "The Mother and the Law," to be se...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 13 February 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 13, 1920. Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 111 Will Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Texas 'Phone, Lamar 840 DR. CEOBOE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Business Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager o JEWISH CALENDAR. 5680-1919 New Tear'a Eve '. Wed., Sept. 24 Yom Klppur But. Oct. 4 Succoth (First Day) Thurs. Oct. Succoth (Last Day Sliemlnl Atzereth) Thurs. Oct. 1(1 Slmchath Torah Friday, Oct. 17 Rosch-Chodesch Chesvan. .Friday, Oct. 21 Rosch-Chodesch Klslev. .Sunday, Nov. 21 Chanukah (Feast of Dedication) Wed. Pec. 17 Rosch-Chodesch Tebeth . ...Mon., Dee. 22 5680-1920 Fast of Tebeth Thurs., Jan. 1 Rosch-Chodesch Bhehat.. . . Wed., Jan. 21 Rosch-Chodesch Adar.... Thurs., Feb. If Purlm (Feast of Esther).. Thurs., Mar. 4 Rosch-Chodesch Nissan Bat., Mar. 20 Passover (Pesach) Bat., April I Passover (Eighth Day) ....Bat., April 10 Rosch-Chodesch Iyar Bun., April IS Lac b 'Omer Thurs., May 6 Rosch-Chodesch Slvan . ...Tues., Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

i I 32 III i in I EZ Ei DP. GEOPG E FOX . ED TO P zTTfe GpeatSduthwes. -rvxay t IDR. QKOROB FOX, President I BAM LIP8HITZ, Vlce-Freeldent ILOU18 MORRIB, tto'T-Trtu. I I The editor U net reeporulble for Tie we) ipreeeed br contributors. Anonymous (letters will receive no oonelderaUoa. ) Mo VOL. VIII. NO. 22. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920. Entered In the Fort Worth Peateftteei i Second CUee 1111 Metier er Ue Mea-l Uor Publlehlng Compenj. Prica 1.S rr Tew. FOREIGN DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL' CORRESPONDENTS ANTI-SEMITISM AMONG GERMAN VEGETARIANS LEADS TO OR GANIZATION OF A JEWISH VEGETARIAN LEAGUE Mollie Unger and the honorary secre tary ii Mr. Paul Rothman, a promi nent manufacturer. Munich (By I. J. P: B.)-"Daniel-bund" it the name of a Jewish vege tarian organization which has been founded here and has already opened branches in all parts of the country. The organization of a separate Jew ish Vegetarian society was due to the general agitation against Jewls which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

Two V TWO PLANS FOR GROUP WORK IN PALESTINE AS A SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM OF DE VELOPNG THE LAND. By Louis Fischer. (Copyright by I. J. P. B.) (Special Correspondence to the I. J. P. B.) Jaffa. In an interview published in the Palestine daily, "Haaretz," of De cember 15th, Dr. Chain Weitzmann, among numerous important statements on current political and practical phases of the Zionist movement, touched on the proposal to transform "isolated points of settlement, so qual ified, as Ben Shemen, Chulda, Dganye, Machnayim Merchavia, now worked by groups (K'voozot) of our workment into Workment Settlements (Moosha. vez Ovdim.)" "Could we do this," continues Dr. Weitzmann, "it would mean a great infusion of spirit the world over and here in Palestine. Through this transfusion we would feel that we had advanced from the stage of initiation and had entered into the real work of settlement. Also the income of the National Fund would Increase. I have no doubt that if we bring about these small ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

Friday, February 20, 1920. THI JEWISH MONITOR HELLO! FOLKS!! to 7 A' Did You Know We Are Drilling a Well for You in Famous Homer Louisiana Fields, Section 15; Town ship 21, Range 8, Where Immense 30,000 Barrel Gush ers Are Almost a Daily Occurance. WE STARTED DRILLING THIS WELL MONDAY, FEB. 16th and are drilling night and day and within five weeks we hope to be the proud possessors of one of these oil wells that make a National Bank look like a flattened out pocket book. SAY, BY GEORGE, HAVE YOU GOT YOUR INTEREST IN THIS WELL YET? WELL YOU HAD BETTER FILL OUT THE COUPON AND HUSTLE YOUR CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TO THIS OFFICE RIGHT NOW FOR THIS STOCK IS GOING FAST. ur drillers, Messrs. Gerald & Trahan, bought $5000.00 stock in this company. NO WE HAVE NO INTENTION OF STOPPING WITH THIS ONE WELL FOR YOU BUT WE ALSO OWN ONE FOURTH ROYALTY IN 97 ACRES ONLY 700 YARDS FROM THE WORLD RENOWNED GUSHER BEND POOL BULL BAYOU DISTRICT and the Harris Production and Drilling Company of Shreveport ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

Pout THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 20, 1923. I NEWS FROM DALLAS I Noted Tenor Sings Jewish Folk Songs to Dallas People. Josef Rosenblatt, cantor of the First Hungarian Congregation Ohab Zedek, has arrived in Dallas to fill his concert engagement tomorrow night at Fair Park Coliseum. He will be presented for benefit of the Shareth Is rael building fund. Rosenblatt is a tenor of recent fame. He made his de-. but in this country May, 1918, at Car-" regie Hall. He is noted particularly for his rendition of Jewish folk songs. Rosenblatt was a singer from child hood. When he was 5 years old he im itated his father, who was a cantor in one of the Jewish churches of Eu- -rope. His imitation grew into more than mere imitation and he soon made a vocation of his singnig. By the time he was 11 years old he had traveled with his father taking part in the re ligious services. He soon found him self called the "wonder child", or the youngest cantor in Europe. He sang the songs of his religio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

. Friday, February 20, 1920. ' man were united in marriage Sunday afternoon at three o'clock in the pres ence of family and close friends. Rev. Fratm. performed the ceremony. The , home was made attractive by ferns ana lowers. Frank Ruben was the - best man and Miss Ruth Goodman was the bride's attendant. Little Gladys Adelle Garonzik was the ring bearer. After the ceremony dinner was served. A reception was hold that Evening from 6 to 9 o'clock for friends. Mr. and Mrs. Goodman loft for a trip THE JEWISH MONITOR to San Antonio and on their return will be at home at 1709 South Akard street Miss Eva Chotnisky and Joseph Ap poy were married at the Art's Club Monday night( February 16. Rev. Fram performed the ceremony. After the ceremony a sumptuous feast was served and dancing fas enjoyed until a late hour. Mr. and Mrs. Appoy left for New Orleans to see the Mardi Gras. They will be home at 1208 Mo Kee street. SHREVEPORT NEWS JJP) Mrs. A. B. Freyer is back from a visit to New Orleans, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

Six THE J E WIS J MONITOR Friday, February D, MOSES SHAPINSKY AMERICAN. The Story of a Jewish Ex-Soldier! Triumph Eliaa Lieberman in The American Hebrew.' Fate' works curious tricks upon mortals. When Henry Drummond tossed three letters of application to his private secretary with the curt comment, "Have them come to see me Saturday at ten," it was the whimsical goddess who included the epistle of Moses Shapinsky. Drummond had been musing at the name. It had suggested to him all sorts of things uncouth and foreign. To Drummond the adjectives were synonymous. "Shapinsky," he had laughed soft ly to himself, "sounds like a cork popping out of a champagne bottle." As he laughed, however, he failed to throw the letters among the dis cards. It remained segregated, there fore, among the small pile of letters from those who were to be favored with an interview. Norris, the secretary, had looked at the name in surprise. He had been five years in the employ of Henry Drummond and knew his boss...

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