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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 Ri...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 Americ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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...

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. — 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...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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...

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. — 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 mi...

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. — 30 April 1920

Friday, April 80, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven You Make No Mistake When you buy your electric mo tori 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. FOR THE SMOKKX WHO CAKES JAMES STEPHEN HOGG T CIGAR DiiLCO-UGHT H eoespUu EUctila Light aat fawer Maat Plenty of bright, safe, cleat aleetrk light No mora hot, smoky laafs. ' pnc B RATTEN k CO, uuuiktura 10014 Throckmortoa Strait Fort Worth. Tana ARMY GOODS Army Blankets, Grey Wool 16 lb hospital, brand new, 66x90 $7.50 Army Blankets, Wool, mixed col ors, slightly used $6.00 Army Comforts, Cotton, slightly used $2.50 Army Shirts, Olive Drab, wool, slightly used, good condition 013.00 Army Trousers, Khaki, splendid condition $1.50 Canvas Leggins, front or side lace, brand new $1.25 it Army Tents 16x16 Pyramidal $35.00 ...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 April 1920

Twelv 4 great problems of to-day, inter national and national, economic and social, the problems of capi tal and labor, in a word, the teemig problems of society in the Western world, might the more esily reach a solution, if the fundamental principles of Juda ism justice and righteousness socially interpreted according to the genius of our faith were vigorously advocated and gener ally applied. The religious lead ers of the Synagog might thus bring to the fore the latent pow ers of Judaism and speak in be half of our religion to society at large. Moreover, if our spiritual guides were given the opportuni ty to stress before the wide world the cardinal principle of Judaism, namely, peace in all its ramifications, industrial and international peace, how much society would be benefited there by and mankind blessed! It is idle to indulge in possibilities; and it may not be quite fair to say that with Jewish principles regnant in the hearts of men, the Messianic era would long since hav...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 April 1920

Friday, April 80, 1920. talnly as inferior. And it seems that some of the Synagog still labor under this obsession, indi cating that our adolescent stage has not yet left us. We are not as yet steady in our steps to Btand our own ground and feel with positive Jewish conviction and legitimate pride the right and the privilege to foster our own spiritual heritage and view it as good and as life-giving as any other in the divine economy. And it is due largely to this atti tude of mind that we want the , rabbi to act the part of the Syn- O rff9n AtlirAit 4 it fy If! What we must labor for and devoutly wish is the third staore. v w which, alas, is slow in coming, namely, a recognition of the worth and value of our own dis tinctive teachings and traditions, yet reverently correct any exag gerated claims on our part by .'soberly comparing them with -'corresponding attitudes among ' our neighbors. What we need is that maturity of iudrment which embodies self-respect and self reverence for o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 April 1920

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 80, 1920. SHREVEPORT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. A. Josey announce the engagement and approaching mar riage of their daughter, Miss Madel ine Josey, to Mr. Jerssery F. Meyer of Selma, Ala., on the morning of April 28 at the home of the bride's parents. The engagement causes much interest to the lasge circle of friends of "the charming young bride-elect. Mrs. Pauline Kaufman of Mobile, Ala., is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Seymour Cahn, 806 Travis street. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Freedman ere receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter. Miss Fannie Aborn has left for New York by way of New Orleans, after spending some time here the guest of Mrs. Dora Sour, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fhalps and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Selber. Th very many friends of Mrs. Sar ah Asher who have been grieved at her serious illness will be glad to know that Mrs. Ascher is now greatly improved and can receive the visits of her friends. Mrs. M. L. Peiser, Misses Eva C. and Pearl B. Peis...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 April 1920

Friday, April 80, 1920. MAXIM GORKI'S JEWISH SON COMBATING BOLSHEVISM. Paris: (By I. J. P. B.) The adopted son of Maxim Gorki is fighting in the volunteer army against the Bolshevi st It was some 16 or 17 years ago that this young man, an absolute Jewish orphan was adopted, and baptited by the great Russian writer. When the war broke out he was residing in France and enlisted in the French forces. At the Battle of the Marne he - lost his right arm, and then he re turned to Russia. He served as a member of a political commission to America after the Russian Revolution. Later he joined Admiral Kochak's forces and after the defeat of the lat ter entered thn armv nf rnanl Man ikin. This information appeared in the ' Tribune Juive, a Paris publication. THE JEWISH MONITOR Vote for Henry Gernsbacher for School Trustee, Place 3. COLONEL HARRT CUTLER DEC ORATED BY FRENCH RE PUBLIC. Providence: (By I. J. P. B.) In rec ognition of his set vices during the war as Chairman of the National Jewish...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 30 April 1920

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR i'! I U.IHJ THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. '. 'Phone, Lmtr M80 DR. QEORQE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS ButlnMi Managtr . U. M. CERP Circulation Managtr MARSHALL NEWS. (Continued from Page 13.) guest of his sister, Mrs. Leo Brisker and other relatives. - Mrs. Opey Ney of Dallas was called here on account of her mother, Mrs. Jake Levy who is quite sick. Mrs. Gus Fowler of Los Angeles, Cal. is here to be with her mother, Mrs. Jake Levy who is quite sick, f . Miss Sarah Reisenberg of Denlson is here visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Cohen. The Temple Ladies 'Aid - Society were entertained by Mrs. Fanny Bris ker on last Wednesday evening after a business meeting, the members join ed by guests played 500 at six tables. Misses Myrtle Black and Hilda Wag halter keeping score. At the conclusion of games Mrs. H. Stein and Mrs. A. Marcus were fortunate prize winners. Miss Zelda Waghalter won guest prize, Delicious salad and cream cours...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 May 1920

CU1- M 1 DP. GEORGE FOX.EDITOP J r n h -3 Reading Jewish JoBwai I iAM I-1I-BHITZ, VIce-IYmldent IT.OUIS MORRIS, Secy-Tra. i ine eaiior is not renponalble for vlewi) -(exprtsmd by contributor!. AnonymouV IT 7& - ).., J.1? ,h.,,'0,? Wo rotomc ! Vf II TV T 7 t gexmaasta e-i . " wuKiu-UALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920. i i Pnc rirt Cmti WEt1.?:M . ' . . . . TO "-- 5 . . FOREIGN an s FR( DOMESTIC NEWS ANTI-SEMITIC STUDENTS IN BUKIWINA. Czernewitz, Bukawina: (By I. J. P. B.) In this city a group of Rumanian students met a body of Jewish stu (tab, all memben of the National lewIA fraternity, Hebronia, and de manded of the latter that they remove the fraternity colon and symbols from their uniforms. Naturally the Jewish students refused, but since they were fewer in numbers, the anti-Semites beat them and forcefully removed their organisation emblems, which were burned on the spot The local press including one Ru manian newspaper, protested against this barbarous act. CORRESPONDENTS J I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 May 1920

Two THE' JEWISH MONITOR Friday, Ma; 7, 1920. NEWS FROM DALLAS I The Ladies' Auxilliary of Shaareth Israel will entertain with a musical evening on Wednesday, May 19th, in the auditorium of the new synagogue. The hall will be beautifully decorated for the occasion and some of the best local talent is being procured for the entertainment. Come and bring your friends for an enjoyable evening. The proceeds will be for the building fund of the synagogue. v Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haymon and, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haymon of Waco have returned home after a visit with - Mr. and Mrs. D. Haymon and Mrs. Ben Ablon. Miss Sadie Dubinski and Emanuel Dubinskl of Waco were here for the Goldberg-Angrist wedding. Mrs. B. Landsman of Fort Worth and niece, Miss Rose Halpern, were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Rosenberg. Mr. Landsman join ing them later. During their stay they were lavishly entertained by sev eral of their friends, and with a house party by Mrs. Rosenberg, at her home. Simon Fram s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 May 1920

v'tf ft Friday, May 7, 1920. has been lending the temple, the or ganization found the means to lend upport to other worthy causes, such as Jewish War Relief, to which it con tributed $75.00. The Study Periods which are being conducted under the auspices of the Sisterhood, are proving of great edu cational advantage to all who attend. The first meeting was devoted to the discussion of George Elliot's works, in general, and the second specifically to Elliot's "Daniel Deronda." The Seder in the Temple vestry, ar ranged and prepared by the Sister hood, was attended by forty-two persons. THE JEWISH MONITOR TEXARKANA NEWS. Mrs. Rose Raphael entertained the Tuesday Bridge Club and nine vis itors from other cities who are guest of friends here. The club favors were captured by Mrs. Jake Cohen, Mrs. Leo Krouse, Mrs. Morris Sandberger and Mrs. Julius Scherer. Mrs. S. P. Shriber of St Louis won the guest prize. A refreshment course of cream and cake was served during the af ternoon. Mr. and Mr...

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. — 7 May 1920

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, May 7, 1920. I .I III II - II ,' Ifort worth news NOTICE. 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. WANTED Two experienced ready-to-wear sales ladies. Good salary and permanent position to right parties. Marks Bros., Sherman, Texas. Council of Juniors Has Interesting Program. The program rendered on Wednes day evening, April 28th at the meet ing of the Council of Jewish Juniors was indeed a delightful and interest ing one. The program was opened with a piano solo by Mrs. James Weltman who played "Love's Waltz," by Schutt and a "...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 May 1920

Friday, May 7, 1920. OUR WEEKLY LETTER FROM NEW YORK. The Kehillah ConferenceThe Glad New of San Remo in New York Greeting of the Galician Commis sion The Work of the Ukrainian Federation Jewish Theatres at - Court .THE JEWISH MONITOR Fiva Galician Jews who came to receive news of their brothers on the other side of the Atlantic. Before the commissioners gave their report Mr. Bernard Semel, as (Continued on Page 9. New York Jewish writers have call ed a special meeting for next Thurs day to discuss what should be the at titude of those who express and mould Jewish public opinion toward the great event of the present mo ment in Jewish life. The first public resolution to ex prcsB Joy and satisfaction with the decision of the San Remo conference, was adopted at the meeting last Mon day in Cooper Union, held to welcome the Galician Commission to this coun try. The hall was filled mostly with (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B.) The conference of the New York Ke hillah last Sunday was far ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 May 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, May 7, 1920. SIX WACO NEWS . Mr. Seymour Lippard left today for Chicago, Pittsburg, Philadelphia and other eastern cities. He will be away seven weeks, combining business and pleasure. Miss Bertha Berkman is having an enjoyable time visiting friends in Fort Worth. Miss Louise Goldman of Calvert was the week-end visitor with Miss Dorothy Rosenthal. Mr. Willie Saffer motored over from Temple to spend the day, Sun day. Messrs. Jules Tobian, Julius Gene cov and Dave Horowitz were in Dallas last week to take the Shrine degree. Mrs. Milton Ettenheim (Sadie Haw tof) and baby, Jean of Milwaukee, are the gueets of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Hawtof. Mr. Ben Berkman of Dallas was a visitor in the city last week. Last Thursday night, the Progress Club entertained the members with a dance. A large crowd was in attend ance. The next affair will be a hayride and picnic, to be given sometimes soon. Rabbi Macht left on Wednesday for Dallas where he will officiate at th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 May 1920

Friday, May 7, 1920. THE "UNION OF AMERICAN HE ' BREW CONGREGATIONS. Organizes Jews at Florida University. The fifteen Jewish men at the Uni versity of Florida, Gainesville, Fla., arf now students of things Jewish as well as of academic subjects. They were organized on April 14th under the name of "The Maccabean Literary Circle" by Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan, Deputy Supervisor of Synagog and School Extension in Florida. They will meet every Sunday afternoon, and have chosen as their first subject of discussion, "The Jew in English Flc ton." ' On the day he visited them Rabbi Kaplan addressed them on the themo, "The Jewish Interpretation of Jesus." The students showed great interest in the address and will devote themselves carrextly to the work of the Circle. The Marabean literary Circle is cer tain to increase in membership as the University includes more Jews in its tver-cjewing student body. Rabbi Kaplan plans to avail himself of the services of the members of the Circle as teachers ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 May 1920

light THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, May 7, 1920. i & IebitorialI 1 THE NEW ERA IN JEWISH LIFE. The decision of the Peace Con ference at San Remo which in effect assures Palestine to the Jewish people by giving the man date to Great Britain to carry out the terms of the Balfour .declar ation, is the most momentous event in the history of the Jew- their children as "Jewish Jews." We had Russian Jews, German Jews, Polish Jews, American Jews, and English Jews, but we did not have Jewish Jews. The Jewish Jew will not have to flat ter any one. He will not have to imitate any one. He will be orig inal and will be proud of every thing Jewish. We are all "Exile Jews." From ish people since the Exile and . the day that we started to un- yet, there are nevertehless, many of our co-religionists who (do not appreciate the full joy ous significance of the event. We should not be surprised. Simliar events, such that have changed entirely the course of civilization, such that have re moulded the c...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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