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

if Friday, May 7, 1920. gia's democracy will redeem themselves some day and wipe out the disgrace of. honoring Thomas E. Watson. THE JEWISH MONITOR Kin OUR WEEKLY LETTER FROM NEW YORK. (Continued from Page 6). as chairman of the meeting, announ ced the newt from San Remo. That was enough. The whole audience stood up as one man, shouted and cheered wildly to their hearts content, and soon the singing of the Hatikvah re sounded through the large auditorium. A resolution was proposed expressing the approval and satisfaction of those present with the success of the Zion ist idea at the San Remo conference and which obligated all assembled to aid with life and soul in the rehabilita tion of the Jewish home in the Jewish land. . Then the commission gave its re port of the conditions now prevailing in Galicia. The essence of its report was that the situation in Galicia is very dismal but the Jews of that coun try do not ask charity and alms from America. They wish that something constructi...

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. — 7 May 1920

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, May 7, 1920. I MB KT- m SHREVEPORT NEWS The Council of Jewish Wonion met on Thursday afternoon in the- V. M. H. A. Club rooms. There waj a full attendance. Miss Jeannette Schmitt and Mr. Abe Schmitt opened the meeting, gave two beautiful selec tions on piano and violin, "Because" and "Evening Star," from Tanhouser. Mrs. Amelia Eispham, president, was In the chair. Mrs. Percy Meyer actod as secretary pro tern. Mrs. Elias Goldstein, treasurer, made a reporc. Mrs. Nathan Meyer moved that a rising vote of thanks be giveii to Mrs. S. L. Herold, Mrs. Louis Heil perin and Mrs. Peter Youree for their generous contribution to the fund of the National Council. It was moved by Mrs. Louis Abramson thac the Council go on record as favoring an early improvement in present condi tions regarding clean streets and garbage removal. A letter was read from Mis) Ra chel Goldenburg, principal of Travis Street School, thanking the Council for its contribution towards thr.t s...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 May 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven Friday, May 7, 1920. MINTAN. The word Minyan is derived from the Hebrew "monoh" to number. Hence the quorum or ten male adults You Make No Mistake V. 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 Go. ' 911 COMMERVE STREET Phone Lamar 4835. LARGE REPAIR DEPT. FOR THE SMOKKX WHO CASES- JAMES STEPHEN HOGG T QOAl DELCO-LIGHT Tt Mpbte Ekcbfa Ugkt es4 Pewe Mut Plenty of bright, safe, deal tlessrk light No more hot, smoky lamps. JUKI P. M. B RATTEN ft CO DUtrisvtart 10014 Throckmortoa Street Fort Woctfc ... T Jewish Organlsatku k Pro fessional Mea Should know what the Jewtafc Preea wrlti about than The Jw)ih Preee In All Lsnvaae Is Wte anS Clipped ay we. We are the Brat and only Jewish Cllpplnf Bnrtoe For aipplnsa from the JwU Press write to Cllpplnf Dept. INTERNATIONAL JEWI...

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

Twelva THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, May 7, 1920. MCN't AND lOY't CLOTHIN1 MSN. WOMIN AND K HATS AND ruRNIHINOS CHIl OI MOI.B dry goods Jy&K. SS2lSLX7 millinery LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS FORT WORTH. TEXAS WON'T YOU PLEASE HELP US TO HELP 1700 to 1800 Orphans now left in Kobrin, Poland, the survivors of 4,000. I 1 vw WITH AS MUCH AS A $1.00 - Mr. L. G. Gilbert has just returned from New York, jrhere he was authorized by the Korbriner Relief Fund Com mittee, to inaugurate a campaign to help these starving Orphans. Mr. Gilbert obligated himself to sail for Kobrin, Roland, May 22nd, pledging himself to do his utmost to ave the children from starvation. Make your remittances at once to L. G. Gilbert or Rabbi Abramowitz, care Hebrew institute. - 'N PLEASE HELP WITH AS MUCH AS A DOLLAR, L. G. GILBERT Remittances for Private Families, in the following cities, ;Kobrin, Pruszani, Shershew, Horidetz, Duin, Antipoli, can forward same thru Mr. L. G. Gil bert, who as an appointed representa...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 May 1920

rriday.May 7, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen QUARTER MILLION DOLLAR RE BUILDING CAMPAIGN. Plans Under War for Bigger and Better Sanatorium Immediate Re storation Imperative Modern Structure to House 150 Patient. Increasing Sanatorium Capacity to 250. Scarcely had the last embor of the Infirmary building ceased their baleful glow than plans for restora tion of the loss began to rtsaumo form. Undaunted by the staggering blow, the trustees, Steele! In', the school of adversity and hard knocks, immediately got busy with the work of reparation. The trials and tribula tions of the JCRS throughout itj ex istence in weathering financial storms and steering the ship in safe waters will serve us in goo'l skud in this adversity when the elements opposed us. We are confident of over coming all difficulties by the char ing consciousness of having the back (Continued on Page 16). oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc I Complete Banking Service Y Main at Sixth X Capital and Surplus $1,500,000 I ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 May 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Fourteen . , WICHITA FALLS NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fine and daughter, Dorothy Elaine, attended the wedding of Miss Dorothy Schles ainger of Weatherford to Mr. Leon Fine of Burkburnett, which took place in Fort Worth Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jared Simmons are located at the William & Mary Hotel. Mrs. Arthur Lyons is visiting in Syracuse, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Bernstein of Dal las are new comers and are located at the William' and Mary Hotel. Friends of Mrs. A. B. Wolff son will be glad to hear she is out again after being confined to her bed for several days. Mrs. David Goldberg and daughter Minnie, have returned from a visit in Fort Worth and Corsicana. Mr. Leo Markowitz and children, Jeannette and Allen, are in El Paso. Wichita Jewry was deeply affected last week by the death of Mr. Leon Joseph. Mr. Joseph was sick five days with pneumonia. He is survived by his widow and two daughters, Rosalie and Babette. He was taken to Fort Worth Sunday night for burial. T...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 May 1920

Friday, May 7, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR. - CONSTABLE'S 8ALE OF REAL E8TATE. , - By virtue and authority of an alias ex ecution Issued out of the J untie Court, 1'reclnot Na 1, Tarrant County, Texas, Hamburger Bros. Shoe Co. va. Sam Dworkln No. 17617, I did on the 6th day of May 1920, levy upon the following des cribed real estate, as the property of Sum Dworkln, defendant, towit: Situated In Tarrant County, Texas, be ginning In the South Line or First Street c&ittfiuuu lliruugn Hiu uiucit at a puim One Hundred feet north sixty degrees east from the point of Intersection of the Kust line of I'ecan Street with the South line of First street: thence South thirty degrees east parallel with the east line of Pecan street no Hundred fret; thence North sixty degrees Kast parallel with the South line of First street thirty four feet; Thence North Thirty degrees West par allel with the Kast line of I'ecan street One Hundred feet; Thence South Sixty degrees West with the South line of Firs...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 May 1920

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, May 7, 1920. lpEiiBiBlll 1 -P" mmmmm. ill I - liii , . i in 1 1 ErA-- AEeal Beauty! Smooth., rick looking, Balibuntal Straw a 'JteaXaevCodl as a breeze. Telescope Optimo Taclt-fc Alpine ilPi - r vMamat EighthA?" 13 Fort Worth,. 7S THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. Phona, Lamar MM DR. QEOROE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Builnett Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager QUARTER MILLION DOLLAR RE BUILDING CAMPAIGN (Continued from Page 13). ing of close to one hundred members and friends We have no doubt they will rally to the colors at cur cull. Our slogan is "A Quarter-Million-Dollar Rebuilding Fund." We want to erect a large structure for bed-ridden and semi-ambulant cases with facili ties for future extensions. It will house from 120 to 150 patients and give them all the benefits of modern medical science, besides the best of food and comfortable shelter. Bailt on the unit system, a part can ba put up in a very short time a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 May 1920

0 ( The editor li not responsible for views DR. GEORGE FOX, PreaMcnt HAM UP8H1TZ, Vice-President ,OUI8 MORRIS, Beo'y-Treas. apon expresaed by contributor. Anonymous (letters will receive no consideration. ) VOL. IX. NO. 8. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920. Entered In the Fort Worth Poatoffloe I as Becond Class Vail Matter by the Hon- Itor Publishing- Company. I Prlco Five Cats FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL f ""ONDENTS HOW I WAS CURED. By Th. G. Masaryk, Preiident of Czechoslovak Republic. (Copyright, 1920, by I. J. P. B. In the fifities of the last century, every Slovak child in the vicinity of ' Coding was nurtured in an atmos phere of anti-Semitism in school, church end society at large. Mother would forbid us to go near the Lech ners, because, as she said, Jews were using the blood of Christian children. I would therefore make a wide turn to avoid passing their house, and so did all my school mates in Csejko wit. In church and school we were often warned aga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 May 1920

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, May 14, 1920. NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 v Mrs. H. G. Freedman of Shreveport is the guest of Mrs. S..M. Freedman, 1829 Forest Ave. Miss Rose Newman has returned to ' her home in San Francisco. Mrs. Henry Marks has as her guests her sister, Mrs. Lowenthal, and daughter, of Vicksburg, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Levy of Mar - shall spent several days in the city. Mihs Minnin Rimftn nt Covert is the truest of Miss Henrietta Marks. Jules G. Hexter has returned from a trip to California. Miss Hermina Heidenheimer of Austin was the guest of. Mrs. Law . rence Pollock to attend the woman's golf tourney. Mr ' and Mrs. Victor H. Hexter, 'who. wen delegates to the B'Nai B'Rith convntion in Birmingham, Ala., have gone to Chicago to visit their son, George Hexter. The Sisterhood of Temple Emanu El has announced a garden party to be given on the lawn of the Herbert Marcus home. 2620 South Boulevard on June 3 for the benefit of the Tem ple fund. Various forms of entertain ment...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 May 1920

4 Friday, May 14, 1920. guests. The luncheon was served at one long table and four smaller ones, the president's table seating 26, while covers were laid for four at each of the smaller tables. A beautiful floral arrangement was noted at each of the tables, a large , wicker basket tied with rainbow tulle, and filled with flowers forming the centerpieces, while smaller May bas kets, filled with roses and forget-me-nots, and the handles tied with ribbon, In the rainbow colors, formed the plate favors. Crystal candle sticks, tied with pink ribbon, gave an additional .attractiveness, and violet nut cups added their color harmony to the beau tifully arranged tables. The perfec tion of the floral decorations, which has given Mrs. C. J. Coyne, the host ess of the Charlotte Kemp Hall, an enviable reputation as a decorator, as usual was matched by the delicious luncheon which was served in five courses, comprising grape fruit cock tail with marischina fruit, chicken a la king In patties, swe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 May 1920

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, May 14, 1920. Summer Service Sweaters FORT WORTH NEWS NOTICE. Regular meeting of Ialdor Strauh 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. Gongregatlonal. 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. Don't forget the Kadimah Circle dance at the Hebrew Institute Sunday night, May 16th. Complete arrangements have now been made for the Jazz Carnival to be held at the Chamber of Commerce Tuesday and Wednesday nights, May 25th and 26th. The features of inter est wil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 May 1920

Friday, May 14, 1920. . it is a great pleasure to be particl- pant in this worthy cause. Will furth er state that it is a great pleasure to know a man like you and am sure your ' family as well as your friends, feel proud of you in the great task you are undertaking. ' With regards to your dear family. and yourself, I beg to remain, ; ' Very respectfully yours, 4 LOUIS HEILBRON. . The Jewish Monitor will give a com- plete list of all donations. THE JEWISH MONITOR Five DR. MAURICE H. COHN. . Dr. Maurice II. Cohn is the son of 'Mr. and Mrs. M. Cohn, 900 Cherry ' street and has lived in Fort Worth for the past fourteen years. lie is a grad uate of the Medical Department of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. While in Vanderbilt he was president of the Vanderbilt Menorah Society, an organization with chap ters in all the leading colleges of the country, whose purpose is the study and advancement of Hebraic Culture and Hebraiic ideals, also he belonged to the Delta-Omicron Alpha Medi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 May 1920

Six . Don't forget the Zionist Celebration at the Hebrew Institute, Sunday, May 16th, 8:30 p. m. sharp. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, May 14, 1920. t EL PASO NEWS. Confirmation Service, Temple Mt. Sinai The following program will be ren dered Sunday, May 23, 1920: Order of service. Opening Hymn Psalm '100, .Tem ple Choir. Service Prayer Book, Pp. 206-220. Song "Heavenly Father, Send Thy Blessing," Hosmer, Temple Choir. March E. C. Knickmeyer. Confirmants Enter. Anthem "Father See Thy Supplant Children," Munn. Confirmation Class. Opening Prayer Anna Bromberg. Aihem ("Let There Be Light," Isaac M. Wise, Temple Choir. Service Prayer Book, Pp. 228-230. "The Mission of Israel," Julian Strauss. "Our Congregation," Matilda Am tater. "Woman in Israel," Blooma Bor chow. Service Prayer Book, Pp. 238-240. "The Meaning of Judaism," Max Eats. "The Meaning of Confirmation," Irvin Kaufman. Service Prayer Book, Pp. 242-246. "Life is Duty," Rudolph Wisbrun. "Sanctification," Waited Gold. Ausheben "Pray...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 May 1920

May 14, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR The ionist Vitiry CELEBRATION which was scheduled to take place last Sunday was, because of the inclement weather at the time, postponed, until SUNDAY, MAY 16th 3:30 P. M. If you are a good Jew, you must make it your duty to be present at this celebration. A wonderful program has been arranged. Zionist District of Fort Worth I. N. Mehl, President M. Resnick, Secretary Remember, Sunday, May 16th, 3:30 p. m. at the Hebrew Institute

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 May 1920

Efcht THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, May 14, 1920. i ill EDITORIAL. I HOME LAND. The Supreme Council at San Remo has placed Palestine un der a British Mandate and has established again the an cient limits of the Holy Land which it calls the "National Home for the Jews." The Asso ciated Press states, the follow ing: "The terms of the man date protect the national rights of Jewish citizens of other countries. That is to say, a Jew of American, British, French or other nationality may retain his i nationality although he is also a citizen of the State of Palestine. The rights of Arabs also are protected, there being 600,000 in Palestine and 100,000 Jews. The mandate is limited generally by what is known as the Balfour declaration. British forces have been in occupation of Palestine since the defeat of the Turkish forces by the Brit ish Field Marshall, Viscount AUenby." The news that Palestine has been placed under England has been received with unbounded joy by millions of our corelig ioni...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 May 1920

Friday, May 14, 1020. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine "purely Jewish" and the only place where the Jew would be able to create something purely Jewish would be in a national Jewish homeland. If the Jew is unable to create anything new, then the time has come to forget forever our na tional aspirations, and devote ourselves to disseminate, what we did accumulate during our creative period, and be led by the centrifugal force only. But if the Jew is still potentially able to give something new to the world, if the Jew is still able to produce another Moses or Isiah, why should we give up our na tional aspirations and create no more? If the Jew has succeeded in giving to the world treasures that are thousands and hundreds of years why should he be un able to give new treasures that are still unravelled. If we are to keep on contribut ing to the future civilization of the world we must keep on creat ing new ideals, if not our resour ces will be exhausted very soon and we cannot keep on creating...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 May 1920

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR , Friday, May 14, 1920. SHREVEPORT NEWS Jewish Order Honors Citizen of Shrereport Birmingham, Ala., May 8. Dallas, Texas, was selected as the 1921 con vention city, and Victor H. Hexter of Dallas was elected grand president at the concluding session here of the forty-seventh annual convention of District Grand Lodge No. 7, Independ ent Order of B'nai B'rith. A. B. Frey er of Shreveport, La., was re-elected first vice president ;S. J. Westheimer of Houston, Texas, was elected second vice president and the treasurer, Ar chibald M. Marx of New Orleans, and secretary, Myron M. Goldman of New Orleans were re-elected. Rabbi Brill to Be Here May 21. Rabbi Brill, the new leader of B'nai Zion Congregation will deliver his first sermon on that date. Rabbi Brill of Meridian, Miss., will reach Shreve port to deliver his first sermon as Rabbi of B'nai Zion Congregation on May 21st. Rabbi Abram Brill will suc ceed Rabbi Mosses P. Jacobson, who resigned last fall. Rabbi Abra...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 May 1920

Friday, May 14, 1920. the city. The population does not need them, he contended) and furthermore, are there not too many Jews in the city already? Moreover, the same speaker would have Vienna follow the example of the city of Leibach and deprive the Jews of all trading: con cessions so that they .may remain ji without any means of subsistence, etc. An A If AftVI A til A other did not disturb the speaker. A pointed ana Keen reply to Dr. Glazauer was made by the Jewish al derman, Dr. Plaschkes, chairman of Zionist District Leopolstadt "I be lieve," said Dr. Plaschkes, "that the inhabitants of Baumgarten are more Christian, at any rate more honorable. 'ty- than the Christian Social Assembly. The Children's Home was established with the aid of the American Joint Distribution Committee. Its founding received the confirmation of our vice mayor, Herr Winter, who expressed his hearty approval of its aims. Now a Dr. Glazier dares to hold anti-Semitic speeches and speak in the same breath of ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 14 May 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, May 14, 1920. Fortv-seventh Annual Convention, District Grand LodgeNoJJtO.B3.Birminghan1Ak,May5,6,7 Twelve Convention of Seven States Opens in Tutwiler With Welcome Ad dresses and Official , Speeches. With several hundred delegates from eight states present, the forty sevuith annual convention of the dis trict grand lodge No. 7 of the Inde pendent Order of B'Nai B'Rith was opened Wednesday, May 5, at tne Tut wiler Hotel. Men and women from Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Tennessee,, Ar kansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Texas gathered to hear the cordial welcome by men high in public life and in B'Nai B'Rith. The convention was called to order by the Grand Lodge president, A. Leo Oberdorfei', who introduced the first speaker, Irving T. Engel. Mr. Engel welcomed the delegates to Birming ham on the behalf of the local lodges. 'We have looked forward to this con vention." said Mr. Engel. "There is no city in the South in whica the spirit of B'Nai B'Rith has been ...

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