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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 12 March 1920

Friday, March 12, 1920 EDITORIALS FROM OUR READERS. THE JEWISH MONITOR Special to the Monitor A Jewish English newspaper which appears weekly in one of the prominent cities of Texas, and which claims to be impartial . in its platform, was suddenly compelled, on account of some happening in that city, to break its neutral policy. The Ortho dox people of that city introduc ed something new, which, accord ing to the editor, imperils the ex istence of Orthodox Judaism. "This is what happened: An organization of Orthodox young people, which has been organ ized for the purpose of studying Jewish life and its problems, made it one of their principles to establish Friday evening serv ices, and for the last Four Fri days they succeeded in having a crowd of several hundred people to attend these services and ser mons. They have also succeed ed in persuading a large number of storekeepers to close their stores in time to attend these services. The editor, who is also the Re formed Rabbi of the...

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. — 12 March 1920

Ten r "" WACO. Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Goldberg of Chicago, announces the engagement of their daughter, Evelyn, to Mr. Isa dora Fred of this city. Mr. Isadora Fred is now in Chicago. The wedding date will be announced later. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Cohen announce the marriage of their daughter, Eva, to Mr. Harry Adler, of Portland, Ore gon, on Monday, March the first, nine teen hundred and twenty. Miss Lillian Efrom left Sunday for several weeks' visit with Mrs. Roy LisBo of Alexandria, La. Mrs. B. Sass of Galveston is the guest of Mrs. Ike Strauss. Mr. Joel Schoenmann has gone to Chicago to spend several months. Big Dance. The Y. W. H. A. will entertain with a "Picnic Dance" on Sunday, March 14th at the Progress Club. You are welcome. Come join our crowd for a "big" time. Council of Jewish Women. The regular monthly meeting last Wednesday of the Council of Jewish Women was of special interest in many ways and a great deal of busi ness was disposed of. The organiza tion bid good-bye, with m...

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. — 12 March 1920

Friday, March 12, 1920 lian Samuels and the honoree present' ed with a lovely madeiro handker chief. The hostess served delicious refreshments at the conclusion of the game. Friends regret exceedingly to learn of Miss Edith Keron's departure from our city. She will make Houston her future home. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Levine and baby daughter, Jewell, are visiting in Waco. Mrs. Ike Jaffa has the sympathy of the entire community in the loss of her mother, Mrs. Mose Vogen, who died in Mosbach, Germany, on Jan. 29th, at the ripe old age of 75. Mrs. Isadora Cohen is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Levine. The K. of P. hall was a scene of much festivity Wednesday evening, the occasion being a masquerade ball given under the auspices of the ladies of Temple Beth-El. The young people were out en masse and the costumes were varied and beautiful. Music was furnished by the Black and Tan Orchestra and the light fantastic was tripped until the wee sma' hours. Prizes for the best costumes were...

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. — 12 March 1920

Twelve SPECIAL WEEKLY LETTER FROM NEW YORK The Convention of the Ukrainian . Federation Conference Between the Jewish Legionnaires and the American Red Mogen . David A Christian Incident in a Jewish Theater. . (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B.) - The so long-heralded convention of the Federation of Ukrainian Jews finally took place in Philadelphia, and it has united all the elements of Uukrainian Jewry the leaders of the Federation and the opposition. Aside from this unification, there is not a single achievement to be shown as the result of the conven tion unless the new executive under takes the strenuous work of seeing to it that the strength of the feder ation is not a myth, but an actual reality. . Over three hundred Ukrainian or ganizations are united in the Feder ation, according to the report of the executive, secretary. No matter how small these organizations may be, they still constitute a power by which the Federation ought to be able to support itself. The financial repor...

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. — 12 March 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOl Friday, March 12, 1920 . of Ukrainian Jews in iti work. The conference was, therefore, called with the object of co-ordinating the work of the two organiza tions, and of determining how the legionnaires might fit themselves into the work of the Red Mogen David; or, on the other hand, whether the Red Mogen David was to limit its activities, and adapt itself to the pro gram of the legionnaire organization, The New York Jewish world is in a turmoil Just now about a Christian actress, and the local Jewish press has already devoted many columns to the matter. In the Irving Place Theater, of which Morris Schwartz is director, Jenny Valliere," a German Christian actress, is now playing. Naturally, her Yiddish is poor as might be ex pected of a Gentile attempting the language but she is beyond a doubt an actress of decided talent, and has earned great success on the stage. Bertha Gersten, also a highly tal ented actress, plays at the same the ater. The advent of Jenny Val...

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. — 12 March 1920

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 20, 1920 GROWTH OF HEBREW SHELTER ING AND IMMIGRANT AID SOCIETY. Sending Commission Abroad to Re unite Families Prepared to Meet Increasing Immigration. No better proof that Jewish immi grants make eventually good. Amer icans, is needed than the existence of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society, founded by immigrant Jews to help later comers to find their bearings amidst the strange environ ment and to do its utmost to make the alien feel at home in his new sur roundings. Originally organized as a sheltering society for new immigrants, some thir ty years ago, the Society, after having amalgamated, eleven years ago, with the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, has grown from a handful of members to a merbership of over one hundred thousand, thus becoming the largest Jewish philanthropic organization in the world, with a budget reaching al most the 300,000 dollar mark. Be sides, the Society has become interna tional, for, in addition to i...

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. — 12 March 1920

Friday, March 12, 1920 THE CREEDLESS CAMPAIGN FOR EASTERN EUROPE'S STARV ING JEWS. There is real satisfaction in being able to state that the outlook for suc cess in the campaign for relief of the starving Jews in Eastern Europe ap pears to be more than encouraging. It will open in Los Angeles March 14. Perhaps the pleasantest feature of the situation is furnished by undenia ble evidence that, while the intended beneficiaries of the movement are Jews, and its initiative comes from our Jewish American fellow citizens, it has been welcomed and heartily is being supported by all, and the best elements of our metropolitan com munity, irrespective of religious affili ations. Already it can be seen that the effort will be promoted and pushed as vigorously by our Gentile as by our Jewish leaders in all works of moral or civic progress and betterment, and of the greatest of all, Charity. The "drive" is to cover all Southern California, and each county in the re gion is being carefully organ...

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. — 12 March 1920

Friday, March 29, Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ' THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. I '.. .: I Then, Lamar 8440 - ON. GEORGE FOX .............. EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS... .....Buelneee Manager U. M. CERP... ...... Circulation Manager Be Sure to See the Til JEWISH U0NIT01 , , JEWISH CALENDAR, r. 5680-1919 . New Tear a Eva... ..Wed., flept It Tom Klppur Sat Oot 4 Buccoth (First Day) ...... Thura. Oot. I Succoth (Last Day Shemlnl AUereth) Thura. Oot. II Slmchath Torah Friday, Oot IT Rosch-Chodesch Chesvan.. Friday, Oot 14 Rosch-Chodesch Kielev.. Sunday, Nor. 21 Chanukah (Feast of Dedication) , Wed. Dee. IT Rosch-Chodesch Tebeth . ...Mon., Dee. 11 :. 6680-1920 Fast of Tebeth Thura., Jan. 1 Rosch-Chodesch Shebat....Wd., Jan. 11 Rosch-Chodesch Adar.... Thura., Feb. 1 Purlm (Feast of Esther).. Thura., Mar. 4 Rosch-Chodesch Nissan. ....Bat., Mar. M Paaaover (Peaach) Sat., April I Passover (Eighth Day) ....Bat, April It Rosch-Chodescb Iyar Sun., April II Lac b 'Omer Thura., May I Rosch...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 March 1920

LTYIVn i n w DP. GEOPGE FOX..EDITOP TTTHE GPEATSbUTfflES. V Tt I VHVs . DR. OBOROB FOX, PrMldcnt I AM LIPBHITZ, Vlc-PTMldnt V LOUTS MORRIS. 8e'jr-Tru. I VOL. VIII. NO. 26 FOREIGN and L CITY OF GREATST JEWISH PA TRIOT THE FIRST TO BE POGROMMED. Nonnenweier, Bavaria (By I. J. P. B.) Thii city has the doubtful honor of bein? the first city in republican Germany to have lived through a real pogrom. Jews were shot at with hand grenades. Jewish homes were damaged; and the Jewish population, which is not very large, had to hide for several days in cellars. Up to the present time, it is not known whether there were any fatalities. In this connection, it is worth not ing that Nonnenweier is the birth place of the prominent Socialist lead er, Dr. Ludwig Frank, who Joined the Germany army as a volunteer, and fell on the battlefield. The way in which Dr. Frank conducted himself called forth great admiration at the time throughout Germany, and he served as a model of patriotism and devotion to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 March 1920

THE J I WISH M ONI TO I Two SPECIAL WEEKLY LETTER FROM NEW YORK of the first rank and has attracted the attention and plaudits of the Jewish critics. The Jewish Court and Its Jurisdic tion. The Ukrainian Convention. : Who Will Be the Next President? A. Hebrew Stage in New York. Notes on the Jewish Theater World. (Copyright by L J. P. B.) The Jewish "Court of Arbitration" the first Jewish tribunal jn Amer ica which has been established on a modern, judicial basis was opened last week, and judging from the first "cases" brought before it, it is evi dent that the court will be kept busy. Most of these cases were disputes between Jewish societies or their of ficersdisputes which only a Jewish court could understand and arbitrate to the satisfaction, more or less com plete, or both sides. It is superfluous to state that this Jewish court must maintain a high level in its procedure and in its de cisions, because not only is it being watched with interest by the Amer ican legal profession,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 March 1920

-yj . Friday, March 19, 1920. STATE TUBERCULOSIS SANA TORIUM REPORTS ON NEAR LY 1,000 EX-PATIENTS. Yearly Earnings of Tuberculous Amount to Quarter of Million. Sanatorium, Texas. The State Tu berculosis Sanatorium, located near Carlsbad, Texas, conducts a follow-up of ex-patients which clearly demon atrates the value of the institution to tho state. Up to September 1, 1919, 922 ex-patients were on the follow-up rolls.' Of these one hundred and fourteen were earning up to $600.00 per year, twenty-six were earning up lo $1,000.00 per year, forty-nine up to $2,000.00, five were earning up to $3,000.00 per year, two $4,000.00, and three were earning more than $4,000 per annum. The highest salary re ported to the institution was $5,200. One hundred and sixty-six ex-patients had died, eighty-six were at work but failed to report salary, eight were students. Two hundred and twenty four were continuing to take treat ment for tuberculosis, and the Sana torium failed to make contact with two ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 March 1920

Four' THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 19, 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 Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Saturday morning, 11 o'clock, Sabbath School Saturady 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. return and make Fort Worth their permanent home. Miss Anna Hurwitz entertained the S. O. F. Club Sunday, the 7th at her home on Fairmount avenue. Reports were read by the different chairmen who had charge of the dance. On ac count of the long business session the social feature of the afternoon was eliminated. At the conclusion of the afternoon Miss Belle Goldberg cut high score, Miss Marie Cohn co...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 March 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, March 19, 1920. humanity and the weak tide of the Jew, here'i your chance. Address your donation, care Meyer Mehl, Y. M. H. A., 819 Taylor Street. The demonstration gym class is be ing handled entirely by the junior class. Boys from 12 to 18 years of age, and assisted by the leaders corps and physical director. A success is positively assured so far as a crowd is concerned, but this is not our aim. We want and must have mother and father as well as sisters, broth ers and sweethearts to come up and . see what their boys actually do in the gym and investigate on of the largest character building factories in Fort Worth, Texas. Remember the young boys of today are the great men of tomorrow, and it's up to you to see that these young boys have the proper recreation and environments to bring out the char acter to its fullest possibilities. Thursday night, March 25th. Y. M. H. A. SHREVEPORT Robert Black has beer, enjoying a mid-winter holiday, visiting his fath ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 March 1920

THE JE WIS J MONITOR Friday, March 19, 1920. 'Six ; . RABBINICAL AND TORAH RE LIEF FUND. . 256 E. Broadway, New York. Dear Friend: The terrible state of affairs pre vailing among the millions of our brethren in Europe and other parts of the world has particularly affected the -spiritual or religious conditions of our people. . Communities have been destroyed and with them there has been the great danger of the closing down of Yeshibath, Talmud Torahs, in fact of the disappearance of the entire relig ious life of the Jewish people. The greatest sufferers have been the Rab bis, the teachers and all those engaged in religious activities. This phase of the situation was realized early in the war, and with a view of remedying conditions as far as possible there was created in this country a special fund known as the Ezras Torah Fund. During the four years this Ezras Torah Fund has been in existence about $250,000 have been sent abroad for the support of Rab bis, Rebheim, Yeshhibaths, Tal...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 March 1920

Friday, March 19, 1920. Til JEWISH MONITOl Seven THE COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN. A public appeal for fundi to extend ita Americanization and Immigrant Aid Work, and to carry on ita edu cational, recreational and other social aervice activities, will be made during the week of April 25th by the Na tional Council of Jewish Women, ac cording to an announcement made today, following a meeting of the na tional executive committee of the or ganization in New York City. The campaign will be centered in 119 cities throughout the United States, including this city, where the local section of the Council of Jewish Women is engaged in active work. National campaign headquarters have been opened at 111 East Forty-second Street, New York, and Mrs. Alex ander Kohut of New York, who, dur ing the war was a "dollar-a-year" member of the Council of National Defense, has accepted the national chairmanship of the drive. This is the first public campaign for support ever made by the Coun cil of Jewish Wome...

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. — 19 March 1920

Eight THI J I WISH M0NIT01 0261 '61 WW '4PFU 1 .& IeditorialI Ct I A JEWISH HOME AS DISTIN GUISHED FROM A NON JEWISH HOME. A friend some time ago asked us what we meant by a state ment that we made, wherein we plead for a home with Jewish surroundings. We were told that living as we do among our non Jewish neighbors, many of us even on intimate social terms, how can we make our homes dif ferent from theirs, unless it be by keeping the dietary laws. In the case of those who do not ob serve tnem, what can possibly maice our homes different from those of our neighbors? The question is not nearly as difficult to answer as our ques tioner tnougnt. For there are many ways in which a Jewish home may te distinguished from a non-jewisn home. in tne nrsc piace the material appearance oi tne home may be duuaizeu. When we go into a home in whicn the copies of worKs of art are copies of the gieac pictures of noted painters ox tne iuauomia, or tne iviauonna anu tne cniiu, or of particular fca...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 March 1920

Friday, March 19, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nbe TULSA NEWS. The Council of Jewish Women (who had the refreshment booth at the auto how) are more . than glad over the net results derived from that affair. The president, Mrs. E. Solomon, is to be congratulated on her expert man agement and it is due largely to this that the whole affair was so suc cessful The annual Purim Dance given .March 4th by the Council of Jewish Women was a delightful affair and very well attended. Over two hun dred and fifty dollars was realized at this dance. Beautiful prizes were awarded for the prettiest and most original costumes. The "Why Club" gave a tacky dance Monday, March 8th, in the So cial Center room at Temple Israel. The members of this club are the younger set of both Temple Israel and the synagogue. Luncheon was served at a late hour to over a hun dred guests. ' Temple Israel Sisterhood held their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 9th. Plans were made at this meeting for a bridge party t...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 March 1920

Ten' POLITICAL DESTINY OF PALES TINE WILL BE SETTLED SOON. TIE JEWISH HONITOI All Peoples in the Land Will Hare Full and Equal Rights. (Address Delivered by Julian W. Mack, president Zionist Organization of America, at dinner to Hon. Joseph us Daniels, Secretary of the Navy, Hotel Pennsylvania, New York). ' I know of no Zionist who does not trust and expect that in the New Pal estine, Jew, Christian and Moslem will live at peace together, and that as citizens in that land they will, enjoy full and equal rights. The Jewish people have striven for this ideal at all times. For themselves they have been seeking it recently in the coun tries where it has long been denied them, and surely in their own land, when they will be tbe majority ele ment, the Jewish people will not fail to remember the lessons of the past. True to their ideals, true to the Bal four Declaration, the charter of their new rights, they will see to it, as the majority element, that no discrimina. tion is practiced aga...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 19 March 1920

Friday, March 19, 1020. TBI JEWISH MONITOR Eleven er I have something more to say, be cause when November, 1918, began, the new epoch in the History of atro cities against the Jewish people be gan. Beginning with the Lemberg massacres in November, 1918, and continuing in the year 1919 down to the present day, the Jewish people of Eastern Europe have been suffering from mascacres and persecution and barbarity and insult such as no other people has suffered, such as the Jew ish people has never seen. And what is their actual situation today T The Peace Conference has done its share. We who were in Paris working in all the Minority groups have secured from the Peace Conference full and equal rights for all the individuals in each of these countries, Jew and non Jew. The paper constitutions have been written, but the hearts of men have not yet been changed. And nntil through education and religion and ethics and wider social conscious ness the majority of the people In these countries w...

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. — 19 March 1920

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday March 19, 1920. I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 The Menorah Society of Baylor Col lege of Medicine and the S. M. U. held a regular meeting Sunday after noon, March 14. After the business of the society was discussed, the fol lowing program was enjoyed; A discussion of current events by Dr. Joe Weinstein; "Culture vs. Pseudo-Culture," by Prof. Caldwell; and a violin solo by William Rosen blatt, accompanied by Miss Sarah Weinstein on the piano. Louis Jules Hexter has returned from the East, where he has been at tending college. Miss Babetta Kuhn is visiting in Waco for two weeks, after which she will return to Dallas to continue her visit with Mrs. Philip Sanger. After an enjoyable winter spent with her sister, Mrs. Emit Strauss, Mrs. Helen Haas has returned to the city. Mrs. S. M. Freedman and son are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Freedman of Shreveport, La. Dr. S. M. Freedman has gone to New York for two weeks. While in the East he will attend the clinic. Mi...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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