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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 April 1920

.Friday, April 2, 1920. and sweet. It gave solidarity, 'strength and sweetness to Jew ish character. It made our peo ple largely what they are. Moreover, the home made for the preservation of the Jewish people. The disintegrating forces were checked, because the heart of the people ever remained sound centering around the wholesome influences of the family firesides, with the halo of religiosity and spiritual strength. No decadent forces could completely undermine their vitality as long as the home remained typically Jewish. The storm and stress frequently passing over their tried lives could not shake the structure of Israel's solidarity. The beautiful institutions hallowing the home, tended under all circumstances to preserve the vigor of the peo ple even in periods of threaten ing danger. Would that we could rejuven ate much of the wonderful pow er and spiritual earnestness of our domestic hearths! Would that the religious institutions making our homes distinctively Jewish could ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 April 1920

"T1 THI J1WHI MONITOI Friday, April 2, 1620. FORT WORTH'S FIRST ANNUAL AUTO SHOW. APRIL 12-17 DONT FAIL TO ATTEND AUTOMOBILE SHOW. APRIL 12-17 Ten; THE HOME IN JEWISH LIFE. (Continued from Page 7). union many of the cherished ceremon ies so dear to the Jewish heart. The Seder especially should feature every Jewish home. Nothing in life so en trancing and cheering to the family as is the Passover night gathering at the festive board with its holy sentiments and soul-uplifting ceremonies. It makes life worth living. This may mean to the home-maker some slight trouble. But what in life worth having is obtained without it? It will add to your joy, happiness and satisfac tion. And the other festivals must not be neglected in the home, either. Cha nuccah candles should burn brightly in every Jewish home to tell their taje of the wonderful deeds of our fathers that meant so much to civilization. Likewise, Purim with its wholesome merry-making, would be a welcome visitor in our midst to rel...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 April 1920

0 4 6 Friday, April 2, 1920. THI J1WIII MONITOl TRUCKS AND ACCESSORY EXHIBITS SHOW. APRIL 12-17 but little patronized. The Jews prom enade in the park past the mission house apparently but little concerned about the saving of their souls. But even spiritual regeneration seems to have an economic basis, for the mis sionaries realized that there isn't enough business for them and decided to sell out. So the Congregation Beth Israel and the Talmud Torah of the same name united to buy this building. They expect to establish there a large Talmud Torah as well as a Jewish centre for adults, which will offer re creation in a real Jewish atmosphere. ' The Bronx has many small Jewish Societies but, with the exception of the Zionist synagogue and Talmud Torah Beth Zion, no institution which can be thought of as a Jewish centre where Jews may meet for social as well as religious purposes. Louis Schnitzer, the director of the Jewish Art Theatre, returned this week from Europe after making a con...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 April 1920

Twelvs THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 2, 1920 IFORT WORTH NEWSl , NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Strain Jjfd? No. 619, 1. 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. Mr. and Mrs. George King of Chi cago is the guest in the Ben Art home. Mrs. Joe Art, baby Rose, and Miss Rose Riesenberg of- Wichita Falls, spent a few hours here on there way to Dallas on a shopping tour. Mr. Jack Art of Chicago is a guest in the Art home. The local friends of Gabriel S. Youngwood will be glad to know that he has opened an office for the general practice of law in New York. News of th...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 April 1920

Friday, April 2, 1920. Members of the entertainment com mittee will meet at the home of Mrs. , Louis Morris on Tuesday evening, April 6th, at 7:30 p. m. ttifc JtWlftfi MONITOI MIRIAM CLUB. Members of the Miriam Club will meet at the home of Ida and Lillie Fred on Saturday evening, 7:15 o'clock, to color the eggs which will be used in the Easter egg hunt which the club will give on Sunday after noon, April 3rd, for the children of the Tarrant County Orphans' Home. All members are requested to be present. SAN ANTONIO. Mr. Henry D. Tobias, formerly of Dallas, has been appointed secretary of the Congregation Agundas Achim. We deeply regret the loss of Mr.' J. Nordhaus. Mrs. Joe Glasbery entertained her daughter, Evelyn, with a birthday party. Little "Bunny Rabbit" came to the children with Easter decora tions. The guests at the party were Misses Adelina N'cwding, Gladys Paul, Manine Rae Washer, Goldie Holland er, Dorothy Trottncr, Gertrude Du binski, Doris and Evelyn Glabcrg. The boys w...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 April 1920

.Fourteen TKK JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 2, 1920.' FORT WORTH'S FIRST ANNUAL AUTO SHOW. APRIL 12-17 (Continued from Page 11). education, patriotic service, music and literature but his greatest con tribution should be the spiritual con tribution. A good Jew is a better American. Adherence to the faith of his fathers' cat only strengthen and restore these spiritual qualities which make for the highest type of citizenship. "In ancient times," Mr. Shapiro continued, "the Synagogue was the center of all Jewish activity in the Jewish community. We hope to re vive this ancient purpose so that our youth may turn back to the Syn agogue as of old finding there in struction, inspiration and companion ship. "We desire to win back to firm, religious convictions the wavering, troubled youth of today to bring about a spiritual rebirth among our people. We are going to present our viewpoint to American Jewish boys and girls at universities, to business men and women so ab sorbed in mundane inter...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 April 1920

Friday, April 2, 1920. TBI J 1 Will MONITOR geous, harsh and cruel treatment, for costs of ault and auch other and further relief as may be JubI and proper. Herein fall not, but have you then and there before said court, this writ, with your return, showing how you have executed the same. Witness, Mrs. O. Frank Coffey, Clerk of the District Court of Turrnnt County, Olven under my hand and seal of said Court In Fort Worth, this Slat day of March A. D. 1920. (Seal) MRS. O. FRANK COFFEY, Clerk District Court, Tarrant County, Texas. By O, 8. Williams, Deputy. CITATION BY PUBLICATION. THE STATE OF TEXAS, In the District Court, Tarrant County, Texas, May Term, A. D. 1920. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Tar rant County Greeting: Tou are hereby commanded. That, by making publication of this Citation In some newspaper published In the County of Tarrant four weeks previous to the re turn day hereof, you summon James A. Thomas, whoae reatdence la unknown, to be and appear before the Diatrl...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 2 April 1920

Sixteen THI J I WISH MO NIT 0 1 Friday, April 2, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY tY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone, Lamar M0 DR. QEORQE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS BuilnaM Managar U. M. CERP Circulation Manager POLISH SOLDIERS, YES; BUT CITIZENS, OH NO. JEWISH CALENDAR. 5680-1919 New Tear'a Eve Wefl., Sept. 14 Tom Kippur Bat. Oct 4 Buccoth 'First Day) Thura. Oct. I Buccoth (Last Day Shemlnl Atiereth) ; Thura. Oct. II Slmchath Torah Friday, Oct. 17 Roach-Chodeach Cheavan.. Friday, Oct. 14 Roaoh-Chodeach Klalev. .Sunday, Nov. 21 Chanukah (Feast of Dedication) Wed. Dec. 17 Roach-Chodeach Tebeth ....Mon., Dee. 21 6680-1920 Faat of Tebeth Thura., Jan. 1 Roach-Chodeach 8hebat....Wed., Jan. 21 Roach-Chodeach Adar.... Thura., Feb. 1 Purlm (Feaat of Esther).. Thura., Mar. 4 Roach-Chodeach Nissan Sat., Mar. M Passover (Pesach) Bat., April I Passover (Eighth Day) ....Bat., April 1 Roach-Chodesch lyar Sun., April II Lar b 'Omer Thura., May I Roseh-Chodssch Slvan ....Tuee., May II Bhavu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 April 1920

0 9V. - JEW EH' 1QIITOR ' , , DP. GEOPGE FOX..ED1TOP , X&srJJJ' DR. QBOROB FOX, Praaldant 1 AM LIPBHITZ, VIce-PTeatdent V LOUIS MORRIS, Sao'r-Traai. I Tha alitor It net raaponatbla for tUw HDTMiid br contributor. Anonrmoual 'lattari will racalva no oonaldaratton. Bntarad In tha Kort to ml raaMfftea M Saoond Clmaa Mall Mattar br Ua M- Uor Pabllablng Company. P VOL. IX. NO. 3. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1920. Price Five CnU )WIWu1liMrlllfuViulltlu.likllMtfl..li..K. .1. .1. .1. .1. .a. . -4- .a. .1. -a. i . . .a. a a. a a a a a a . 5MfS tv, ?. T?f5 .9. V V 9. 9 o o r i n b n i r i x n x o x yirrri :ty rnrnToxnTftTnTnTnTftWr .VlVjj, .-.i.X.'.I.I.- .Ij l.I.l.I.l FOREIGN w h lM E S T I C NEWS FROM SPECIAL COK& fekOEXTS RABBI CHAS. RUBENSTEIN RE- RABBI LANDAU DIES IN NEW SCIIIFF AND MARSHALL 10 GET POLISH PARLIAMENT CANNOT SIGNS BALTIMORE PULPIT. Rabbi Chas. A. Rubenstein, who on October 1, 1920, will have rnishel twenty-two years service as Rabbi of Har Sinai Congre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 April 1920

Two Til JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 9, 1920. VIENNA "DUMER KERL" STILL UVES. By Lobel Taubes. , (Our Vienna Correspondent) (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B.) ' "Isn't the Vienna 'dumer KerP dead, or starved yet?" asks a New York banker of the Vienna correspondent of the "New York Staatszeitung' "Dumer KerP' is a general term ap plied to the thoughtless Vienna citi zen, easy going and unprovidential, who lives for the present only, lets himself be ruled by all sorts of dem agogues, and falls victim to every catchy phrase. It is a term akin to the English "Henry Dubb." "For few weeks," writes the New York banker, "the papers have been bring ing news of Jew-baiting in Vienna. Apparently, Vienna has yet to learn the distinction between respectable and disreputable Jews. How we feel about it, is hardly necessary to ex plain; the local Jews, who give their money toward the Vienna Child Re lief, do not inquire whether Jewish or non-Jewish children will be benefited. They offer it simply fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 April 1920

Friday, April 9, 1920. TEI JEWISH MONITOB FOR SALE Beautiful nw seven room bun galow, including breakfast room. Built of best material, ivory and enamel finish. Platinum electri cal fixtures, fine plumbing, hard wood floors, built in fixtures, 7 French doors, Yale locks. Gar age and Driveway. Terms to re sponsible people. 1115 HURLEY AVE. Rosedale 6863. J. A. MATJASIC Merchant Tailor and Draper Also Instructor in Sar torial Art I wish to announce our new Spring woolens. We suggest you order ear ly and avoid rush. Must fit before finished. 603 ft MAIN STREET Phone Lamar 4937 II. VICTOR Engineer and Architect It will pay you to see me about your plans for remodelling or building that home or business. Phone Lamar 1571 Westbrook Hotel SO rire Prtwf Rttme OS litM PORT WORTH, TlXAt Lee Huckins OKLAHOMA CITY The Huckins TIXARKANA, TlXAt Doing Yourself a Good Turn generators over to us for repair. You get efficient, economical service at the hand of skilled workmen. MODERN REPAIR DEPT. Cen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 April 1920

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR I NEWS FROM DALLAS I Mrs. A. L. Neiman has returned from a visit to New York. She was accompanied by Mrs. Jack Norden and little son, Jack Jr., who are in the city to attend the Rosenbaum Bonwit wedding. Mrs. I. Baron and Miss Felicia Baron have returned from an ex tended visit to the East. Miss Mary Rinehart, who is at tending Smith College, it at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sid ney Rinehart, during the Easter holi days. Mrs. Montgomery of St. Louis is in the city, the guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Tonentheil (have as their guest their mother, Mrs. Tonenthiel of New York. Miss Libbye Goldman of San Francisco is the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. J. Munzesheimer, 2205 For est Avenue, for several weeks. Mrs. Clarence Llnz and Miss Leah Watelsky left Sunday afternoon for New York, where they will be a month. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Thurst and son, Melvin Jr., have gone to New York on a combined business and pleasure trip. Felix Goldman, who is attendi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 April 1920

Friday,' April 9, 1920. WICHITA FALLS Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Harris of Bos ton, Mass., spent a couple of days with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. Zundleovitz. Mrs. Ike Berglofosky has as her guest her sister, from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tobolowski are in Hot Springs, Ark., hoping to bene fit Mr. Tobolowski, who is in ill health. Miss Kaplin of San Antonio is vis iting Mrs. D. Kaplin. Mr. Ike Markowitz is in Mineral Wells. Mr. Herman Wise was in the city Sunday. Mr. Alex Goldsmith visited home folks in Dallas. J. C. Simmons has returned from Dallas, where he went to meet Mrs. Simmons. M. H. Leterman spent the week-end in Oklahoma City Mrs. T. Katch is entertaining her mother from New York. Milton Silverman is spending the Easter holidays in Tulsa. The Jewish Relief Society met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Abe Blank. The Jewish Relief Society gave a dance last week for the benefit of charity. It proved a great success in every way. Mr. Davis entertained the guests for about fi...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 April 1920

Biz THE JIWI5J MONITOR Friday, April 9, 1020. ISRAEL'S SONG. - A Discourse for the Seventh Day of Passover, by Rabbi David Rosen- baum, Austin, Texas. Text: "God reigneth forever and ever." Exodus: 15:18. The liturgy of this seventh and last day of our Passover festival teems with sentiments of song and hope. Cheer and optimism are the keynotes of the special parts of the prayer book set aside for to-day's reading. The stirring Song of Moses end Mi riam, sung by our forefathers at their redemption from Egyptian bondage, constitutes .the Scriptural lesson of the day. And to cap the climax, the time-honored tradition prevails in the . Synagog of adding to the Song of Moses and Miriam the reading of the Song of Songs, that sweet and charm ing Biblical idyl, so true to nature end so inspiring with buoyant hope and wholesome song. This special outpouring of exulta tion and gladness on this festal day is natural for various reasons. In the first place, joy is the key-note of our faith. No...

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

Friday, April 0, 1920. him to live through his checkered ca reer. Some one well defined the pessimist as one who of two evils selects both. Conversely, the optimist may be said to be the one who of two good things chooses both. This is the type of Jewish optimism. Get all the good out of life. Put in all the legitimate song and sunshine you can muster for the enrichment and betterment of life. God has intended all things for the best And ultimately only the best, the truest ard the purest will dominate life on earth. Sunshine will come; the threatening clouds will dis appear; and God's light will illumine the earth. Chaos and corruption will vanish. Darkness and woe will be no more. For surely as the day fol-, lows the night, so surely will the brighter dawn come in God's own time. For this the seers foresaw, and the prophets foretold. So it must come. I sometimes believe that we do not put in enough song in our lives. I often feel that we leave out optimism where it is in place. An...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 April 1920

Eight THI JEWISH ItONITOB Friday, April 0, 1920. I & lEDlTORIALl & I MERCHANTS, PLEASE TAKE NOTICE. In our editorial columns of a week before last, we had some thing to say about the use of the word "Jew" in a transaction in which a Fort Worth Jewish merchant and the firm of Car-ter-Biard Co., of Dallas, were involved. Regarding the edi torial, we have received the fol lowing letter: Dallas, Tex., March 6, 1920. Dr. George Fox, Editor, Jewish Monitor, Fort Worth, Texas. Dear Sir: Referring to editorial con cerning our firm which appeared in your paper on March 26th, we wish to explain, briefly, as follows: Mr. Grossman, the merchant who purchased this merchandise, returned same to us with notation thereon which the young man working in our stock room took as a slur. He, in turn, placed the notation on the credit memorandum which appeared in your paper in reply. This went out without the writ er's knowledge, as I was out of the city at the time. It is not the policy of our co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 April 1920

Friday, April 9, 1920. ( "' WACO Rabbi Machit la in receipt of let ter from Mrs. Leo Krause, president of the Texarkana Temple, inviting hiim to exchange pulpits with Rabbi Farber. The exchange might take place in the early part of April. Mr. and Mrs. L. Fred have returned from a visit to relatives in, Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Albert of San Antonio spent several days in Waco while on their wedding trip. Mrs. M. B. Golden spent Tuesday in Waco, leaving that evening for her home in Corsicana. The Temple Sisterhood have pleas antly surprised Rabbi Macht with a most highly appreciated gift in the form of a re-arrangement painting, and cleaning of his study. We wish the Sisterhood increased usefulness in our community. The Junior Congregation met on Sunday in the Temple. Jacques Sachs spoke eloquently of the important Jewish events here and in Europe. Moses Goldstein read a paper on Men. delssohn, the great musician, and Re becca Rosenberg read a very interest ing paper on Jews an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 April 1920

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 9, 1020. UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS. Rabbis of every Orthodox Congre gation in America will lead a national "Back to the Synagogue" movement, which is to be launched on Passover Eve, Friday, April 3rd, by the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations of America. The movement will have as its purpose the revival of traditional Orthodox Judaism in America and will be directed particularly toward young men and women. Rabbis from their pulpits will make a Passover ap peal for the "Back to the Synagogue" Campaign and every Jewish communi ty in the country is preparing to make the drive the center of all its activities during the Passover Week. This week has been selected because of its deep significance in the history of the Jew ish faith. Headquarters of the "Back to the Synagogue" movement have been established at 110 Fifth Ave., New York City, and Charles H. Sha piro of Bridgeport, Conn., president of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Con grega...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 April 1920

Friday, April 9, 1920. Til JIWIIH MONITOB Eleven of Spanish Influenza which la preval ent. The pupils in the schools have been receiving lectures from the Vaad Hachinuch on the prevention and curt of influenza. The severe economic straits of doc tors in Palestine were discussed at a meeting of the Hebrew Doctors associ ation in Jaffa. Due to the larger num ber of new doctors who had immigrat ed in proportion to other immigrants, . the situation of the doctors was grow ing worse daily. It was decided to pub lish an open letter to Hebrew doctors abroad, depicting the present situation and the impossibility of organization while immigration was not free, and sanitary and hygiene work had not been taken up on a national scale. Dr. Osterman of Prague, an authori ty on internal diseases, Dr. Emil Stein, FOR TBI IMOKKX WHO CAKES- JAMES STEPHEN HOGG 7c CIGAR DELCO-LIGHT Tl coapUte Ekctrfa Ugfct aal rwr ru Plenty of bright, safe, eltaa electrk light No mora hot, smoky lamps. P71 1. B RATTEN ...

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

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 9, 1920. IFORT WORTH NEWSl 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, 5th and Tayler 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 Schoel Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Mrs. Sam Davidson has gone to New York to meet Mr. Davidson, who is there on business. Mrs. A. Goetz is spending a few days in Dallas. Mi's. Will Nathan and little son are in Mineral Wells. The children had a Seder in the Temple Friday. It was the largest Seder ever held here. A large num ber of grown-ups were present. Mr. and Mrs. G. Meyers of St. Paul spent several days here, the guests of Milton Ep...

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