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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

) Friday April 23 1920. President Masaryk . rightly says a step toward healthier state of rela- tionship both for the Jews and the others. THE JEWISH MONITOR MIZRACHI SEMINARY OFFICIAL- LY OPENED IN JERUSALEM. The official opening: of the Mizrachi Seminary for Teachers in Jerusalem took place on the 24th of Adar. At the opening ceremony speeches were de- livered by the aged Rabbis of the "Miirad Harabanim" Mr. David Yell lin and Dr. Ussishkin. Dr. Ussishkin greeted the new school in the name of the Palestine Commission and Mr. Yellin on behalf of the City of Jerusa- lem. The classes of the Seminary have already been opened and new students are being admitted daily. 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. HEBREW SHELTERING AND IM- MIGRANT AID SOCIETY. Commission at Work in WarsawLo- cate Families in Poland for U. S. Citizens. The Hebrew Sheltering and Immi- grant Aid Society of America is in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

r Eight 'J 1 THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 23 1920. editorial! I WHAT WILL THE GENTILES SAY? A good deal is being said in the Eastern Jewish papers about the controversy that has arisen between the Orthodox and the Reformed representatives in the matter of the permission grant- ed by the United States Revenue Commissioner to use fermented wine for Jewish ritual purpose. It may be recalled that the matter of the use of wine for Jewish ceremonial purposes was called to the attention of the rev- enue commissioner who ruled that each Jewish family could have ten gallons for the year. This ruling was later changed to permission to have fifteen gal- lons. Rabbi Leo Franklin presi- dent of the Central Conference of American Rabbis which is the Reform Conference obtained an opinion from Dr. Kohler of the Hebrew Union College that fer- mented wine was not necessary for Kiddush nor for the other ritualistic purposes for which it might be used. Rabbi Franklin and Rabbi Silverman of New York ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine SAMUEL GRABFELDER DEAD. loving cup. In two weeks he is to de- liver this lecture in Austin Texas in the State contest ty of Tarrant four consecutive weeks pre- vious to the return day hereof you sum- mon Q. M. Ranney whose residence la un- known t be and appear before the Dis- trict Court to be holden In and for the County of Tarrant at the Court House thereof. In the City of Fort orth. on tha flrot Monday In June A. D. 1920 the same being the 7th day of said month then and there to answer the petition or Alice Itr. Kannry filed In said Court on tha 4th dny of March A. D. 1920 against O. M. Itannry as defendant said suit being numbered &201A the nature of which de- mand Is as follows to-wlt: Plaintiff sues defendant for divorce upon tha grounds of excessive outrageous and cruel treatment for tha restoration of her maiden name Alice M. Brown costs of suit and general relief. Herein Kail Not but have you then and there before said Court this Writ with your ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR . Friday April 23 1920. ! sibrg WICHITA FALLS. Miss Blitzstein of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Florian of. Dallas are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Green- burg. Jack Katz and Morris Tannenbaum of Fort Worth are here on business. Mrs. Dave Friedner and daughter Julia Ann have returned from a visit to Houston and Galveston. Mrs. Henry Friedenheit has return- ed to her home in Oklahoma City after a six weeks' visit with her children Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paul. Mrs. David Goldberg and daughter Minnie are guests of friends in Corsi- cana. Mrs. Sam Kruger and children are visiting in San Antonio. Mrs. Ginsburg and daughter Miss Lily of Fort Worth are visiting their daughter and sister Mrs. Harry Katz. Mrs. E. L. Juster has as her guests her mother and sister from Michigan. Mr. Dan of Fort Worth visited his daughters Mesdames Kleinman and Lazarus Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Swatt of Burkburnett were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kleinman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Loeb and daughter Helen...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

Friday April 23 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven You Make No Mistake When you buy your electric mo- tors and generators here or let us do your repair work. We have a large stock of the best motors and generators in all sizes and employ only skilled workmen. Exclusive Motors and Generators Central Electric Co. 911 COMMERVE STREET Phone Lamar 4835. LARGE REPAIR DEPT. Miss Raye Mendels was hostess to several visiting ladies and their hos- tesses complimentary to her house guest Miss Sadie Heinberg of Monroe La. Mrs. Julius Scherer was presented with a pretty favor for her success in making the highest score. Miss Hein- berg won the guest favor while Mrs. Joel Friede of St. Louis won the cut-for-all. A two-course luncheon was served when the cards were laid aside. Mrs. Julius Scherer presided over a breakfast bridge complimentary to Miss Heinberg of Monroe last Wednesday. FOR TBI SMOKIR WHO CAMS JAMES STEPHEN HOGG Te C3GA1 Hm compUu EUctric Light aaj fewer flaat Plenty of bright aafa ela...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 23 1920. IFORT WORTH NEWSl NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 619 I. 0. B. B. first and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. MEYER MEHL President. E. L. GILBERT Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El 5th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock Saturday morning 11 o'clock Sabbath School Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Synagogue Ahavath Sholem: Fri- day evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat- urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday morning 10 o'clock. Trio Aeolienne. Ask any thorough-going musician what is the greatest lack in the present-day American's musical education and he will tell you a knowledge of chamber music. This is one reason why the advent of such an organization as the Trio Aeoline to be heard at the Chamber of Commerce on April 26 ia to be listed among the great privileges of the sea ion. For ordinarily such groups are not to be heard outside of the ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

Friday April 23 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR ThirUen Mr. and Mrs. Louis Morris enter- tained a number of their friends at their home on Saturday April 17th. The Bible Class in connection with the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Institute will meet Tuesday afternoon April 27 at 8 o'clock. The regular monthly dance given by the ladies of the Auxiliary of the He- brew Institute which was to be held April 25th has been postponed until Sunday evening May 2nd. A Noted Jewish Singer to Give Con- cert Sunday Night Mr. D. Meyerovitz (Ben Ami) the world-renowned Jewish poet composer and singer composer of the "Hatik- vah" music the Zionistlc national song is in our city this Sunday April 25th and is to give a recital including selections of his own composition also well known Yiddish songs. Mr. Meyerovitz Is accompanied by Prof. McCullough cellist and violinist As large part of the proceedings will go to the Jewish War Sufferers' Fund every one should attend this en- tertainment The recital will begin a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

Fourteen CITATION BY PUBLICATION. THE JEWISH MONITOR 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: You are hereby commanded That by making- publication of this Citation In some newspaper published In the Coun- ty of Tarrant four weeks previous to the return day hereof you summon H. Mott 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 Monday in May A D. 1826 the same being the Srd day of said month then and there to answer the petition of Cordle Mott as plaintiff filed In said Court on the 80th day of March A. D. 1920 against H. Mott. as defendant said suit being numbered 62306 the nature of which demand It as fol'ows to-wlt: Plaintiff sues defendant for divorce upon the ground of abandonment and non eurport for costs of suit and general re- lief. Herein F...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

Friday April 23 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Texts In the District Court Tarrant County Texas May Term A. d. mo. To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Tar- rant County Oreetlng: You Are Hereby Commanded. That by making publication of this Citation In some newspaper published In the County of Tarrant four weeks previous to the return day hereof you summon C. Q. Maddox whose residence Is unknown to be and appear before the District Court to be holden In and for the County of Tar rant at the Court House thereof. In the City of Fort Worth on the first Monday In May A. D. 1920 the same being the trd day of said month then and there to answer the petition of National Securities . Company a common law trust as plain- tiff filed In said Court on the 25th day of March A. D. 1920 against C. O. Mad- dox and Alvln Jamleaon as defendants said suit being numbered 62201. the na- ' ture of which demand la as follows to- . wit: Plaintiff sues defendant C. O. Maddox on ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 23 April 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 23 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phone Lamar 6460 OR. GEORGE POX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Bualnaaa Managar U. M. CERP Circulation Managar WWVWWWWWWVWVWVVVWWWWWWW' Sixteen FORT WORTH NEWS. (Continued From Page 13.) ed to organize a club to bring happi- ness and sunshine in the hearts and homes of the friendless the aged the poor the sick the orphan and to the soldiers. The first annual meeting of the Mir- iam Club as it was called was held at the home of Mrs. Morris on Sun- day afternoon April 18th 1920. Reports for the years work were read by the various officers and com- mittees. Following are a few who were recipients of the Club's genorosity during the year: Old Ladies' Home Soldiers at Khaki Club Star-Telegram Milk and Ice Fund Tarrant County Orphans Home Ruth Lubin Camp Temple Beth-El Fort Worth Relief and Welfare Associations Jew- ish Home at New Orleans Anti-Tuberculosis Society Goodfellews Cor- pus Christi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 April 1920

Jl ff O II li . 1" I II .w V . DP. GEOPGE FOXDlTOP Ws WW II IK 1 .".n.lsc'vnrl uIr ; - i Bin n r ' r I LEADING JEWISH JOfflMfe dr. osonaa rox prMiaont LOUIS MORRIS. SM'r-TrM. I I The dltor li not rMponilbl for Tttwt prMMd by contributor. Anonymous uoiiort will roeoivo no eonaiatntuoq. 1 VOL. IX. NO. 6. FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 30 1920 DnUrod In tho Tort Worta FMUffiM m oond cum iuu latur r u Mo I tar PiblUblnc Cmhw. Price Fire Crate FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS YIDDISH PROHIBITED IN GALICIA Lemberg: (By I. J. P. B.) From many cities and towns in Galicia it is reported that the use of Yiddish is prohibited by the local authorities. All Yiddish signs must be removed from Jewish places of business. In Kolo ' mea the local merchants' association printed a Yiddish placard announcing the tSeath of a member. For this of fense both the printer and the organ lxation were heavily fined by the local administration. HUNGARIAN POGROM METHODS. - Budapest: (By ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 April 1920

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 80 1920. NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 Cards are out announcing the birth of Stanley Kaufman son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kaufman of Dallas. Mrs. Henry Baum of Birmingham Ala.. is visiting her sister Mrs. Emil Aranson 1805 South Ervay street Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mallinson have returned from St Louis where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ry Frees. Mrs. M. Swan of New York is visit- ing her son and daughter Mrs. Paul A. Swain 2400 1-2 Forest Avenue. Mrs. Herman Saizow has as her guests her sister Miss Schwartz of Pittsburg Pa. Mr. Alex Weisberg is in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Boas have re- turned from a three week's trip to the east Aubrey Costa of Ranger was in the city for several days the guest of El- mer Abrahms. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs and chil- dren are visiting Mrs. Jacob's parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller 3510 Wen- delken. I. Hockwald of Marshall is in the city attending the Scottish Rite Re- union. Clarence E. Linz returned home from Chicago Ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 April 1920

Friday April 80 1920. the little city is already asleep. The smallest children are put to bed be- tween two and four in the afternoon. From the Food Administration the Children's Home receives an extra half . bread for each child above the pres- cribed quantity. It also supplies the in- stitution with flour and sugar.' From the Joint Distribution Committee the children get extra meat fat smoked salmon cakes milk and other things. As a result it is possible to have three meat two smoked salmon two veget- able and two farinacious meals per week. The children consequently look healthy and are playful lively and cheerful The kitchen is conducted by Frau Rosa Miner. . The training and education of the children is under the supervision of the well-known pedagogue Dr.- Zieg fried Berenfeld who has instituted a thoroughly democratic system. All the children constitute one unified auton- omous school society with its own school court The child is not compelled to study. There are no regulati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 April 1920

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 80 1920. Ifort worth news NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 619 I. 0. B. B. first and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. MEYER MEHL President. E. L. GILBERT Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El 5th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock Saturday morning 11 o'clock Sabbath School Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Synagogue Ahavath Shotem: Fri- day evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat- urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday morning 10 o'clock. WANTED Two experienced ready-to-wear sales ladies. Good salary and permanent position to right parties. Marks Bros. Sherman Texas. Mrs. J. J. Donosky and daughter are visiting her sister Mrs. Harry S. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. N. Goldberg was the week-end guest of Mrs. Harry S. Mil- ler. The l&.-t regular meeting of ths year of the Council of Jewish Women will be h?ld Monday at 2 o'clock at the Hebrew Institute. The Kadimah...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 April 1920

Friday April 80 1920. daughter Mrs. Ascher Dreyfus and Mr. Dreyfus. ;Among the affairs calendared for lapt Tuesday was the luncheon and theatre party given by Dr. Berthe Margolin in honor of Mrs. Carl Stern a -bride of spring. The Hotel Tulsa was the setting for the prettily ap- pointed .luncheon which was followed by an afternoon in the Orpheura The- atre where the party of sixteen occu- pied a box. Mesdames Sam Renberg and Chas. Lash entertained with a bridge lun- cheon on Friday in the home of the former having twelve tables. Scores were made by M. Weisburg N. Heil- bron N. Barnett E. Barrell and S. Fox. A rose color scheme carried out in decorations of the luncheon table. Baskets of sweet peas in pink were placed the handles being tied with rose colored tulle. The hostesses were assisted by Mesdames E. Stern J. Stern and C. N. Rosenstein. Mrs. Ed Levin had as her guest for the week end her sister Miss Fanny Mae Ringolsky of Kansas City. Misses Harriette and Lillian Ries- burg of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 April 1920

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 80 1823. OUR WEEKLY LETTER FORM NEW YORK. An Enthusiastic Congress Conference Weakly Attended Arguments of Congress Opponents RefutedWhy the Congress Will Meet in June- Fictitious Jewish Population Injures Tenants. (Copyright 1920 by I. J. P. B.) The conference of Jewish organiza- tions which was held last Sunday at the Union Square Hotel was both a buccess and a failure depending upon the point of view from which it is con- tidered. In point of numbers it was decisively a failure. Of all the Jewish organizations hardly a half-hundred delegates came to express their set wills for a permanent Jewish Con- gress. The small number of delegates however showed in grand measure their enthusiasm and resolution for a Jewish Congress in America as a per- manent institution whether the pres- ent leaders of the Jewish Congress so desire it or not. Furthermore the dele- gates however small in numbers did represent the most powerful organ- izations of American ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 April 1920

Friday April 80 1920. which placed Mr. Grabfelder among the National Jewish ' leaders of the country. Since the opening: of this in- stitution Mr. Grabfelder has been untiring- in his efforts in its behalf and has visited it almost each year not only while living in Louisville but when he moved to Philadelphia and at ' Atlantic City where he has resided for the past ten years. Mr. Grabfelder during; the years he stood at the head of the hospital since . its formation as a National institution in July 1899 has given large sums to assist in increasing its usefulness. His crowning gift was the beautiful Med- ical and Administration Building erected in November 1914. As is nat- ural of a man of Mr. Grabfelder's wealth and attitude towards life he was identified with and actively inter- ested in all other philanthropies of a wide nature. One of his favorite ways of satisfying his desire to be helpful to humanity was by assisting talented young people without means to an ed- ucation and f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 April 1920

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday April 80 1020. ' lEDITORIALl I THE B'NAI B'RITH OF DISTRICT No. 7 In a few days the annual con- vention of District No. 7 Inde- pendent Order B'nai B'rith will take place in Birmingham Ala. One who is interested in Jewish affairs almost involuntarily asks what the Order has accom- plished since the last convention and what is the use of getting together? There is room for doubt as to the real accomplishments of the I. 0. B. B. in these parts. Just what has been done during the last year in the Southwestern States we cannot definitely say. We do know that where the Or- der has been active Jewish ideals have been stressed and a deeper sense of Jewishness has been created. Wherever the Or- der has been active there a stronger sense of the duties of the Jew towards the poor the or- phan and the sick has been in- culcated. Wherever the Order has been active some of its members if not all that should have done a little toward up- holding the faith of our fa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 April 1920

Friday April SO 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR NlM Clips From A Rtbbinical :-: Workshop :-: BY DAVID ROSENBAUM AUSTIN TEXAS IX. The Rabbi as Ambassador to the Gentiles. Rabbis in their capacity as su- pervisors of the Sunday Schools no less than parents or teachers are aware of the critical period that young boys and girls of the adolescent stage are passing through. The awkwardness of the girl just beginning to wear long dresses and of the boy don- ning his first pair of long trous- ers is apparent to all who come in close contact with them. It is a trying period for the young people; it is manifested by a self- consciousness that is ever pres- ent while unconsciously there is going on a complete transforma- tion of their physical make-up. They realize they are children no longer; and yet they have not ac- quired that self-possession which is a sure sign of maturity. Thus they imitate their elders at every step and play the part of grown-ups. And it is the transi- tion period that is alw...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 30 April 1920

Ten ; v a word whatever we do or re- frain from doing is requently dictated not by subjective stand- . ards or conformity with the in- ner law of our life and develop- . jective causes and by the way we react on others. The rabbi as the spokesman and spiritual leader of his peo- ple is thus perforce expected to make the interpretations of our faith so palatable as to appear favorably to the world at Jarge. Our religious expressions over which he presides must strike no discordant note to the outsid- er. And whatever he does or does not do is frequently guaged from the standpoint of its pleasing ap- peal to the Gentile world. For is he not somehow the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipoten- tiary of the Synagog to the Gen- tiles? Accordingly the rabbi will of- ten hear all sorts of comments in the community about congrega- tional matters and opinions con- cerning the Synagog service consciously or unconsciously compared with those of the Church. This we may or may not do because it ...

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