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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Friday, March 5, 1920. mental science or rather Jew ish faith in prayer and healing, is nothing new. It's the same old question over and over again. Let us get bac to the sources; let us get back to the faith. There is nothing of a religious or spiritual char- THE JEWISH MONITOR acter that other faiths have, that Judaism did not have be fore them if only we will go after it. -Our curse is our ig norance how we need another Moses to lead us from darkness to light 1 EDITORALS BY OUR READERS Dr. George Fox, Fort Worth, Texas. Dear Sir: I have just read your editorial in the Jewish Mon itor, entitled "Anti-Semitic Bal derdash," and desire to congrat ulate you on your forceful and emphatic comment on the ar ticle in the Pathfinder. Your policy is the one, and only one, by which unjust antagonism to the Jewish people should be handled, and the more aggres sive our policy towards offend ers against our race, the less probable and the less frequent will come their attacks. The Jew occupies ...

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. — 5 March 1920

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 6, 1920. ...ADDITIONAL FORT WORTH NEWS ... Mrs. Sam Grauman of Arlington Heights entertained at cards Thurs day afternoon, complimenting Mrs. Ray S. David of Dencer, the guest of Mrs. Louis Morris. Following the game, delightful refreshments were served to the following ladies: Mes dames Ray David,Louis Morris, Hen ry Spero, E. S. Mayer, S. Goodman of Winfield, Kans., Mitchell Greenwall, H. I. Pincus, Louis Gordon. A Purim Masqcerade party was given to the children of the Beth-El Sabbath School by the Ladies Auxil iary to the Temple at the Hebrew In stitute Wednesday evening from 7:30 until 10:30. A merry time was had by the youngsters, as well as by all pres ent. Confetti and many other souve nirs afforded much pleasure and ice cream cones were served during the course of the evening. Prizes for the most novel costume were awarded to Tobia Miller and Henry Davidson. Mrs. Alex Wolff was chairman on ar rangements. Mr. and Mrs. M. Rosenstein c...

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. — 5 March 1920

Friday, March 6, 1920. - . ' TEXARKANA. Mrs.' Abe Casset of St. Louis has concluded a visit with her sister, Mrs. L. J. Kosminsky. Mrs. Casset was the recipient of many social atten tions. Among the many affairs given for . the visitors, that of Mrs. Mound Sandberger was one of the events of ; the season. There were four tables of bridge and a number of callers for a social hour. After the games had been played, a beautiful three-course . luncheon was served and each hon- oree presented with a lovely corsage bouquet. The prizes were captured by Mrs. Rose Raphael and Mrs. Abe Casset of St Louis. The Tuesday Auction Club had for its hostess Mrs. Jake Cohen. The usual four tables of regular mem bers and one guest table were in play. Prizes were captured by Mrs. Maurice Sandberger, Mrs. Leon Ar nold, Miss Eva Walters and Mrs. A. Sandberger. The guest prize was won by Miss Ruth Goldstein. A Mex ican lunch was served during the afternoon. Mrs. Leo Ney has returned to her home in Beaumont,...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

.Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 5, 1920. . DALLAS ' -. . .( The Hifereth Israel Ladies' Society will give its annual Purim Ball on Wednesday evening, March 10th, at the sAdolphus . Pahn, Garden. A num ber, of , tickets have been sold and Dallas business men have co-operated most generously to help make this affair a success, and it promises to be, one of the most ouccessful affairs given this season. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Shaareth Israel Congregation will give a Grand Purim Ball on March 24th in the Palm Garden of the Adolphus Ho tel. The popular Harris band will furnish music and an enjoyable eve ning is assured. There will be no tax of any kind besides the admission fee, even checking privileges being without charge The last meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Shaareth Israel Congre gation , was unusually well attended. Much important business was trans acted, and the ladies also discussed the pitiful plight of the Jewish war sufferers of Central Europe, and it was vo...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Friday, March 5, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Seventeen SPIRIT. Call it not or death or dying, When their eyelids close to earth; Call it else a spirit flying To the homestead of its birth. What a spirit is none knoweth, Spirit human or divine; Trackless as the wind that bloweth, Timeless as the stars that shine. Can the sage divine its rising? Can the scholar name its day ? Can the mystic God, surprising, Trace the footsteps of His way? Like the dewdrop and the ocean, Like the ember and the flame, Both, in small and great, one notion God and man are in one name. Spirit, God; and man, a spirit; Wondrous kinship all-divine; Humbly claim it, use, revere it God the substance, man the sign. Deeper than the deep of Hades, Higher than the eagles soar, So mans spirit unafraid it Myst'ries vast and dark to explore. Tune is naught, nor space a fetter, To his eager spirits quest; All the universe is debtor At the imperial soul's behest. From the vast and subtle reaches Of the mind and heart of Go...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Eighteen t N DONT FAIL TO ATTEND . CORSICANA. ... . . ' r ;,Miss Hilda Nussbaum of Mexia is V&iting Mrs. Sylvan Marks. v ;Missfls Edith Keron and Ruth Gold tfinith, vho have been on the sick list fpr- several days, are doing nicely and expert to be up in a few days. ...Mrs. Macie Golden invited several of her friends over for a game of cards on last Thursday afternoon. Bridge was played and after several interesting rounds, it was found that Miss Rose Daniels held high score and was awarded the dainty boudoir cap. The hostess served an appetizing menu at the conclusion of the game. The following enjoyed this lovely hos pitality: Misses Isabel Kaufman, Rose Daniels, Mesdames Louis Swartz, Max Brunstein, Ivan Rosenberg, Harry Miller, Mose Blumrosen, M. M. Miller and the hostess. Mrs. Charlie Kahn of Fort Worth spent several days here with her sis ter, Mrs. Ben Goldsmith. She was ac companied home with her husband Sunday, who came down Saturday night. Mrs. Abe Shwartz and baby daug...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Friday, March 5, 1920. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND the preparations were Mr. Philip S. Roman, Dr. Morris S. Lowenstein and a large committee. The evening will bo long remembered by all who attended. THE JEWISH MONITOR THE FAT STOCK SHOW ! DONT FAIL TO ATTEND THE FAT STOCK Ninteen SHOW ! FARM SCHOOL FRESHMAN CLASS TO NUMBER 40. The Freshman Class will be com posed of 40 boys and will be admitted to the school early in March, applica tion for admission to which may be made now. The course comprises a three-year training in practical and scientific agriculture, and is given to boys irrespective of reed, entirely free of all charge to them for tuition, books, board, lodging, etc. The requirements for admission are: The applicant must be above 16 years of age and not over 21; he must have completed the grammar school course or have an education equivalent there to; he must be in physical, mental and moral health, and have a sincere desire for an agricultural life. The National Farm School was f...

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

Twenty THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 5, 1920. I FORT WORTH NEWSl , NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 619, 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 Tayltr Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o clock, Saturday morning. 11 o'clock, Sunday morning, 11:16. 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 monthly literary meeting of the Kadimah Circle was held Sunday February 29, at the Hebrew Institute. After the business session Miss Es telle Rosenthal accompanied by Miss Eva Gilbert, gave a few vocal selec tions. The following members were present: Miss Ida and Bess Antweil, Sadie and Frances Towb, Blanche Herman, Ruth Wolfson, Estelle Rosen thal, Eva Gilbert, Sophie F...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Friday, March 5, 1020. THE JEWISH MONITOH Twenty-One POLAND'S STARVATION. By Captain Frederics u. Johnson, of the American Red Cross Com mission to Poland. The immediate future of Poland's starving population depends directly on the interest and help of outside nations until national conditions can be improved materially. Poland is doing all that she can for her people, but her present resources do not be gin to meet the need. Until the new nation gets on her feet, it is the sol emn obligation of American relief or. ganizations to keep up their splendid efforts without relaxation. I have visited desolate communities in the Department of the East, that vast strength of barren country lying east of the River Bug, whose people were literally saved from extinction through the vigorous ministration of these relief organizations. The amount of humanitarian good that American effort and American money can do in Poland is limited only by the extent of American generosity. There seems no lim...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Twenty-Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 6, 1920. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THE FAT STOCK SHOW ! ' t SHREVEPORT ' TMrs. ;Gus ' Solomon has returned from New York to Biloxi, where she . was joined by Mr. Solomon. - Judge, and Mrs. h. S; Samuels left for a visit to Little Rock to see their parents. They will have the privilege of spending W "74th t)irthday Judge Samuels' mother, Mrs. Parker, on February 29. ' Mrs. Harry Steinberg of Saratoga, Tex., is here on a visit to her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Brandt and family of Stoner Avenue. 1 Mrs. Fenstein and sons, Echeal and Benard, of St. Louis, Mo., have re turned home after a pleasant visit to her relatives here, Mrs. Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Rosen strauch. Mrs. Mollie Lowenthal is now estab. lished in her new home, 258 Vine Street, where she will be pleased to have her friends call. The other members of her household are her father, Mr. Marx, and aunt, Mrs. Lachman. Mr. and Mrs. Selber have ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

Friday, March 5, 1920. DONT FAIL TO ATTEND CITATION BY PUBLICATION. Thy State of Texas, In the Dlatrlct Court. Tarrant County, Texas, April Term, Jl To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Tar rant County, Greeting: ' You are hereby commanded, That, by making publication of thla Citation In some newspaper published In the Coun ty of Tarrant four weeks previous to the return day hereof, you summon Clara Boiling, whose residence Is unknown, to be and appear before the District Court, to be holden in and for the County of Tarrant, at the Court House thereof. In the City of Fort Worth, on the first Mon day in April, A. D. 1820, the same being the 6th day of said month, then and there to answer the petition of L. S. Boiling, as plaintiff, filed In said Court, on the trd day of February A. D. 1920, against Clara Boiling as defendant, said suit being num bered 61683, the nature of which demand la as follows,, to-wlt: I'lalntiff sues defendant for divorce upon the grounds of abandonment for a pe...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 March 1920

TBI JIWI8H MONITOl Friday, March 5, 192a Twenty-Four THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phsns, Lamar 5440 DR. OEOROE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS.. Business Manager U. M. CERP Clroulatlan Manaier JEWISH CALENDAR. 5680-1919 New Tear's Eva Wed., Bept 14 Tom Klppur Sat Oct. 4 Buccoth (First Day) Thura. Oct. I Suceoth (Last Day Shemlnl Atsereth) Thura. Oct. II Slmchath Torah Friday, Oct 17 Roach-Chodeach Cheavan. .Friday, Oct 14 Roech-Chodeach Klalev.. Sunday, Nov. 21 Chanukah (Feaat of Dedication) "V". Wed. Dec. IT Roech-Chodeach Tebeth ....Hon., Dec 11 5680-1920 Fast ofTebeth Thura., Jan. 1 Roach-Chodeach Shebat....Wed., Jan. 11 Roach-Chodeach Adar.... Thura., Feb. If Purlin (Feaat of Rather).. Thura., Mar. 4 Roach-Chodeach Nlaaan Sat, Mar. M Paaaover (Peaach) Sat, April I Paaapver (Elft-hth Day) ....Sat, April 10 Roach-Chodeach Iyar Sun., April II l0m,r Thura., May I Roach-Chodeach Slvan ....Tuea., May II Shavuoth (Conflrmatlon Day) Sunday, May 11 Roach-Cho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 March 1920

M mil DP. GEOPGE FOX . .ED1T0P VCtJJJ e i v nrt I. h. An Nil JKwrsxj . nrrDMirz w v tt uvcnrAT. snrrrtmrvr Dlt ODORQB VOX, Pnoldont I AM LIP8H1TZ, Vloo-Proaldant LOUIS MORRIS, ImTnu, ( VOL VnL NO. 25 FOREIGN and DOMESTIC BERLIN JEWS EXPECT A P0 GROM IN MARCH. Berlin (By I. J. P. B.)-Anti-Sem-itt here are spreading propaganda to instigate a pogram against the Jews in March. For this object, a special party has been formed under the name of the German Social Free dom Party, which works in secret This party appears to have large funds, and from the little information to be gained concerning it, there are indications that it is organizing a pogrom on a large scale to take place in March. The party seeks its mem bers among the working classes and the unemployed. Berlin Jews called a mass meeting, at which several non-Jewish speakers made addresses. Oswald ReideL gen eral secretary of the Union of Rail road Workers, declared that any at tempt at a pogrom would be con sidered as a direct a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 March 1920

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 20, 1920 IFORT WORTH NEWSl FORT WORTH BUSINESS DIRECTORY NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 619, 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 Tayltr Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Saturday morning, 11 o'clock, Sabbath School Saturady morning at. 9 o'clock, and Sundav at 10:00. Synagogue Ahavath Sholem: Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Saturday morning, 8 o'clock. Sabbath Schoal Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. B. Landsman and niece, Miss Rose Halpen, will leave Saturday for Shreveport, La., to be gone several weeks. Miss Ethel Wolf of St. Louis is vis iting her sister, Mrs. Saul Kershman, 1119 Hemphill. Miss Carrie Bloomberg has returned home after visiting her sister, Mrs. Mose Blumrosen, of Corsicana, Texas, and while there she attended the Pu rim Ball last Wednesd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 March 1920

Friday, March 12, 1920 THX JEWISH MONITOB Three Rabbi J. H. Stolz of Corsicana wa a guest in the home of Rabbi George Fox last week. The Tacky Party and Dance given by the Council of Jewish Juniors at the Hebrew Institute on Wednesday evening proved a huge success from every standpoint. About sixty couples were present The costumes were in full harmony with the occasion. Prizes for the "tackiest" costumes were awarded to Ida Cohn and Morris Art. Others who competed for the prizes were: Marie Clark, Lillie Fred, Anna Lesser, Goldye Cohn, Louis Richter, Sidney Weltman, Walter Caminer and Bernard Joseph. A business meeting of the Council will be held on Wednes day evening, March 24th. A very in teresting program is arranged and it is hoped that all members will be present Are Ton Interested In Outdoor Sport? , Those who stuck their noses out from under the covers last Sunday morning about 7:30 to scent the weather, only to wrap themselves up more snugly, thinking it too cold to go hiki...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 March 1920

Four STILL WORSHIPING THE GOLDEN CALF. THI JEWISH MONITOS By Rabbi David Rosenbaum, Austin, . Texas. Scriptural Reading: Exodus, Chap. 82. To the incident of the Golden Calf let me invite your attention to-night. The phrase, Golden Calf, has almost become a proverbial expression fre quently met with in literature. May we not base a meditation upon this altogether familiar narrative ? This incident gives us a vivid pic ture of primitive Israel steeped in cross notions and crude religious be liefs. No sooner had they departed from Egyptian slavery, and had re ceived the divine laws at Sinai, than they turned to idolatry. While Moses tarried, they flocked to the peace-loving but indulgent and compromising Aaron to make them a god of gold. To it they paid their abeisance. They danced and rejoiced before it, as if it were a go in essence, In spirit, and in truth. The teachings of Moses, the maker of Israel and man of God, though still ringing in their ears, were forgotten as booh as they...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 March 1920

Friday, Mtrch 12, 1020 THE JEWISH MONITOR even to the casual observer that no 7 proof is needed. He who runs may read. It is one of the signs of the time. In the social organization of mod ern life the possession of gold is as honored as royalty once was. The mercenary air pervades our lives and powerfully influences our thoughts and actions, our aims and ambitions in life. It fully influences our thoughts and actions, our aims and ambitions in life. It works havoc with our moral values. The question is ever, How much is that going to bring met The material notion so obsesses us that we lose our moral balance and the consideration for the nobler and spiritual realities of life. Even our older children, catching the contagion of our material environ ment, .frequently ask their teachers, What good will this study do meT When they get older, they often ask the rabbi, Of what good is this sub ject in the Sabbath School instruction T They are permeated by the crude no tions of gain and m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 March 1920

. AMERICA IS HIGH-MINDED EVEN WHEN SHE IS BIASED Some Inferences From the Trial at Albany of the Five "Ousted" So cialist Assemblymen, From the American and the Jewish Standpoints. THE JEWISJ MONITOR Friday, March 20, 1020 By Leo Wolfson. (Copyright by I. J. P. B.) Interesting from both the Ameri can and from the Jewish standpoints is the socalled-investigation of the charges against the five "ousted" So cialist Assemblymen at Albany. From the American standpoint, in common with many citizens of the country, I consider the expulsion of these assemblymen one of the great est wrongs which have ever been committeed against America itself. The worst enemy of our democracy, and of its fundamental principles, could not have struck it a greater blow than that which it has suffered at the hands of Speaker Sweet of the Assembly. In our entire existence as a free republic, no more harmful po litical act has ever been perpetrated than the one of the Albany politi cians. Although I myself am no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 March 1920

Friday, March 12, 1920 TH1 JEWISH MONITOK Seven NEWS FROM DALLAS I The Ladies Auxiliary of Congrega . tion Shareth Israel will give a card party for the benefit of the Palestine Restoration Fund Saturday, March 18th, 2 p. m. at our new home, Park and Eakin Streets. Refresh ments served. Prizes given. A cordial invita tion extended to all. An enjoyable af ternoon assured. The Council of Jewish Women en tertained, celebrating its seventh an niversary, at the Columbian Club Tuesday afternoon - from 3 to 6 o'clock. The invitations were novel affairs in the form of paper aprons with pockets attached, into which each member was asked to place as many pennies as they were inches around the waist as admission. Three hun dred guests attended the party. Mrs. Max J. Roscnficld, president of the council, welcomed the members, in cluding fifty-four new ones. She sketched the purpose of the organi zation as to its work and ideals and appealed for renewed interest in all lines of activity. Among t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 March 1920

Eight IP 13 TBI JEWISH M0NIT01 Fxlday, March 20, 1B20 1 lEDITQRIALl I EXTRAVAGANCE RUN RIOT. A number of the Jewish week lies of late have taken note of the fact that the great prosperity en joyed by America has caused its people to drift into unheard-of extravagances. This phenome non has of course effected the Jews just as it has others for we are heir to the same ills and the same fads and fancies as our Christian neighbors are heir to. After all we are human, and the same appetities and passions which sway our neighbors will way us. The point however, is, that there is this difference. A Chris tian will enjoy himself and in dulge in luxuries but will not deprive the church of what i' needs. A Jew is, in this respect, different. An excellent proof of this is the fabulous sum that is being collected by the different churches for church and mission ary purposes. The sum that is now being gathered is well over the billion mark. The amount if our informant is correct is as tounding. ...

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