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

TBI JIWI8B MONITOI Itra Friday, July 9,1020. returned home to Dallas thii morn in;. Willie Curtis ii here from Texar kana to visit his mother, Mrs. A. S. . Curtis, and listers, Misses Ethel and Valrie Curtis. Mrs. J. D. Stein Dead. The sad news reached Marshall yes terday of the death of Mrs. J. D. Stein who died at her home in Washington, D. C, Monday. Mrs. Stein was for about thirty years a resident of Marshall, having come here in 1882. She moved to the eapitol city several years ago and has made it her home since. She is survived by her husband and a daughter, Mrs. Gernsberger, and a son, Nathan Stein, all of whom live in Washington. Mrs. Stein will be buried in Wash. ington this afternoon. " Miss Gussye Goldberg left for Cor sicana to spend the Fourth with rela- ' tives. Mrs. Harry Stine and son Walter, is here on a visit with her mother, Mrs. James Dopplemeyer and family. June 29, 1920, a year's leave of ab sence was tendered to Rev. Dr. Henry Berkowitz. Dr. Berkowitx, during ...

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. — 9 July 1920

61z THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 9, 1920. The Jewish View of Marriage BUT IT AT RENFRO'S, 7 Busy Rexall Druf Storoi By a Christian. 1. Editor's ' Note; The following views are. taken from Mrs. C. Gasquoine ' Hartley's hook, "Womens Wild Oats,"' which has ,. just been published by Frederick A. Stokes Company. It is the Jewish ideal of marriage that I wish to bring before you. And I would say first that the remarks I am offering are not gathered only from what I have read and been told by others. I have learned them from my own experience, unconsciously and slowly, and even against my will. My marriage with a Jew has taught me the wide separation between the Jew ish ideal of marriage and that which I had accepted. I cannot even try to say .how much I have gained and learned. The English ideal of marriage is concerned with rights and the indi vidual the Jewish ideal is concerned with service and the race. Their the ory of marriage is one of religious duty, and has much less to do wi...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 July 1920

Friday, July 9, 1920. Jewish woman learns this truth by living it. The deep reasons of life lie beyond the realm of individual advantage. The Jewish spirit pursuing; Its ends deliberately and wisely, demands of women and of men two different de votions. It asks of women devotion to men, to their children, to their homes; of men, devotion to ideals. Jewish women do not wait to ask if men are worthy, their thought is of service. They understand that in each devotion lies an equal glory, an equal joy, and an equal honor in the sight of God and of man. There is so much ir v vild Me to say. I would wish to show you something at least of the success with which religion among the Jews has been turned to domestic uses. No detail of the home life is left unhal lowed. Even the poorest Jewish home is saved by its ceremonies from the degrading indifference to decency and tenderness which is the terrible feature of the industrial homes of poverty. The sanctity of the home Is an affectionate trad...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 July 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 9, 1920. I lEDITORIALll 1 FORD ATTACKS JEWS WHY? Read a Little History; The Earth Is Round; Race Hat red Out of Date. By Arthur Brisbane in the Los Ange les Examiner. (Copyright, 1920). Jews, numbering less than 1 per cent of the earth's popula tion, possess by conquest, enter prise, industry and intelligence 50 per cent of the world's com mercial success. They are dis liked by those that seek excuse for failure. Prejudice and race hatred are dying, but slowly. Race hatred resulting in mur der among ignorant peasants of Eastern Europe does not sur prise you. , But when race hatred, taking a new lease of life in the Far West, appears in a weekly news paper owned by Henry Ford, one of the most useful citizens in this country, you are surprised. What cunning instigation per suades Mr. Ford to deal with a subject he does not understand, to attack a race of whose . achievements and history he is ignorant, and to use the great influence of his name and the ...

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

THI JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 9, 1920. ure the speed of light. All as tronomers work in infinite space, using the "foot rule" that he gave them. Is it true that Jews borrow ideas from others and are never intellectual pioneers. Of all philosophers the great est perhaps is the Jew Spinoza. Certainly none stands above him. He has taught many of the world's ablest minds. What sort of man was he? " Read Sir Frederick Pollock's "Life of Spinoza." We praise the ' naturalist Agassiz, because he said he had no time to make money. While writing books that are immortal, he worked at his trade grinding lenses. He was not worth $50 when he died, yet he refused the fortune that an English disciple would have given him, saying, "Give it to your brother; he needs money." Carl Marx, who disturbs the dreams of many prosperous gen . tlemen, was a Jew. That may not be, in the language of our day, "a boost" for his race, but it shows that they do their own thinking. Trotsky, who could walk from a sew...

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

Ten the. Jewish monitor ?0000000000000000000000 SUGAR Pure White Cane Granulated 4 Lbs. for $L00 With One No. 2 can Domino Syrup at 40c ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA. TURNER & DINGEE 18 Stores Established 1878 ooooooooooooooooooooooo xoo 1 Fa h G (fa ft Q Week Starting July 11th Beautiful Katherine McDonald in "PASSIONS PLAY GROUND" We have installed a cooling system that will make the PALACE the coolest spot in Texas. OUR MUSIC IS A FEATURE SIC j The co-operative farming: movement started 10 years ago in Palestine by Jewish pioneers as the best way to re claim the barren soil, has become so successful that over 30 groups have been organized into co-operative farm ing communities. The co-operative principle will rule in the industrial, agricultural and commercial life of Palestine as the Jewish National Homeland, if plans of American Zion ists are adopted at the World Zionist Conference in London opening July Fourth. Co-operative farms, first established 10 years ago in Palest...

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

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

TWts THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 0 1020. FOURTH OF JULY DECLARATION The "lives," the "fortunes" and the "sacredj honor" of the representa tives of the United States of America were pledged on July 4, 1776, for the preservation of the principles of lib erty. These principles were proclaimed just one hundred and forty-four years ago in the Declaration of In dependence. Fifty-six Americans, eight of them foreign born, signed their names to the document which stated among other things 'th'at all men are created equal," that they have certain 'unalienable rights," and that those rights include "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." John Hancock, a delegate from Massachusetts, in signing the declar ation, wrote his name in a bold, firm handwriting that a tyrannous king might read without eye glasses. Then the Liberty Bell in Philadel phia pealed out loud and merrily and there were set up the Free and In dependent States of the United States of America your country and my countr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 July 1920

Friday, July 9, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen THE AMERICAN JEWISH RELIEF COMMITTEE. Result Obtained by the American Jewish Relief Committee in Its Non Sectarian Campaign Held During 1920, in Which Over $4,000,000 Has Seen Raised. Over $4,000,000 has been raised by the American Relief Committee in its non-sectarian campaigns for the relief cf Jewish war sufferers from January 1, 1920, until June 30, according to a statement issued by Henry E. Rosen felt, national director of the commit tee. This includes the following cam paigns: Los Angeles and Southern California, $250,000; Toronto and On tario Province, $230,000; Washington, D C, $75,000; Delaware, $155,000; Georgia, $250,000; Des Moines, Iowa, $100,000; Sioux City, Iowa, $66,000; St. Louis, Mo., $60,000; Joplin, Mo., $135,000; North Dakota, $75,000; Ohio, $1,438,000; Oklahoma, 280,000; Harrisburg, Pa. District , $80,000; Utah, $50,000; Vancouver, B. C, $25,. 000; Wisconsin, $225,000; and Ten nessee, $200,000. Campaigns now go...

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

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 July 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOt Friday, July 9, 1920. The worshippers, old and young, rose and read psalms, sang Halleljah, Rabbi Kook chanting; ' "You have turned my day of mourning into a feast." ' Then a quiver passed through the congregation, a moment's awesome silence ensued, then the crowd gripped itself, orthodox and free thinkers alike, stood motionless and sang "Ha tikvah." . From the Ashkenasic synagogue they proceeded to the Sephardie Rab bi Ben Zaccai Synagogue, and as the crowd arrived there the sounding of the Shofar was heard and the intona tions of the worshippers. The new crowd entered 'the syna gogue and Ussishkin stepped on the platford. "hTe sounding of the Sho far over our misery is silenced; let the shofar of Messiah, of the ap proaching redemption, be sounded. The Caluth has dispersed us, has di vided us into families Ashkenasic, Sephardie, Yemenites, etc. From henceforth, with the beginning of the new epoch in our life, we shall again become one united, working, living pe...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 9 July 1920

Sixteen THE JEWI1H MONITOR Friday, July 9, 1920. THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phon, Lamar 6400 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUI8 MORRIS Bualneaa Mnagtr U. M. CERF Circulation Manager RUMANIAN TROOPS ARREST JEWS AND PLUNDER THEIR HOMES. Bucharest: (By I. J. P. B.) The Jew ish Nationals of Transylvania, the former Hungarian province now under Rumania, issued an official report of the pogrom made upon all the Jews of Vajnag. This pogrom was perpetrated by Ru manian soldiers after the 23rd of April of this year. After completing a thor ough Investigation during which the witness of both Jews and Christians was heard, the Jewish Nationals pre sented their findings to the commander of the soldiers, accused of the crimes against the Jews, Major Petala. They requested him to look into the charges and to punish the guilty. Relying upon Rumanian justice to act, the Jewish Nationals took no action for the time being and awaited further develop ments. But there wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 July 1920

DR. GEORGE FOX, President SAM MPfiHITZ, Vice-President OUIS MORRIS, Beo'y-Treas. VOLUME IX. NO. 17 (Dl It FOREIGN and DOMESTIC SLAIN JEWISH RELIEF WORKERS HAD FUNDS. New York, July 13. That Dr. Is rael Friedlander and Dr. Bernard Can tor of New York, Jewish relief work ers, killed July 7 in the Ukraine by Bolshevik, are believed to have had about $400,000 in American money in their posseBfiion when killed, was as 1AN serted in a statement made public to- ' day by Felix Warburg:, chairman of the joint distribution committee. According; to Mr. Warburg-, the only way of getting: funds to war sufferers in the territory where the two men were working- is by carrying- It In per son. Reports received here from Warsaw are that Drs. Friedlander and Cantor were killed near Yarmolince, in the Ukraine, by three men wearing- Bol shevik uniforms. Their chauffeur reported that the men who stopped the party demanded money. The chauffeur escaped, he said . but as he fled heard a shot and saw ' J, on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 July 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 16, 1020 Two FORT WORTH NEWS NOTICE. Regular meeting of Iiidor Straus Lodge No. 619, I. 0. B. B., first and third Wednesday! of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. MEYER MEHL, President. E. L. GILBERT, Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El at Hebrew Institute. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Synagogue Ahavath Shole-m: Fri day evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath Scheol Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 6460, Rosedale 6383, or 456. Last Wednesday night was enjoyed by the members of the Kadimah Cir cle and their escorts. A dance being given at the Fort Worth National Club House. Dinner caps, confeitti, with the aid of refreshments, afforded much pleasure during the evening. Those present were: Misses Dena Sachs of St. Louis', Sadie and Ethel Fleisher of Dallas; Ida Goldberg, An nie Coplin, Sophie Friedman, Bessie and Ida Antweil, Jeannette Levenson, Sybil Cohen, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 July 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Thr Friday, July 16, 1920. leave Friday for Colorado where they will remain the rest of the summer. Mrs. L. G. Gilbert, Miss Ruth Gil bert, Mrs. Sidney Gilbert and son will leave Saturday for New Orleans where they will remain several days and then will sail for New York. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Colton, 2516 Hemphill street, announce the arrival of a son, born July 15th. Mrs. W. L. Friedman and daugh ters, Marie and Cecil and brother, Adolph Cohn left for Los Angeles, California, to spend several months. Surprise Party in Dallas. Miss Ruby Utay, 1500 South Pearl 0 street ,gave a surprise party Sunday in honor of her sister, Mrs. J. M. Ox . man of Fort Worth. Good music, sing ing and dancing was enjoyed by all until midnight. Twenty-five couples were present. Classical flute solos were rendered by Mr. Morris Kutchin, "La Trovatore, Cadenza on Lizts" Lenardo de Lorenzo, also the flutist, Mr. Kut chin accompanied Miss Schepps, Bern stein and Madam Oxman in several popular...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 July 1920

Friday, July 18, 1920 Four THE JEWISH MONITOR I NEWS FROM DALLAS Mrs. F. Lichenstein, accompanied by her daughter, Rose, are in Seattle, Wash., to spend the summer with Mr. and' Mrs. Max Esfeld, her sister and brother-in-iaw. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marcus have returned from a trip to New York. Mrs. B. H. Lichenstein and daugh ter, Helen of Shreveport, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Zeve, 3639 Wendelken. Mr. Marion J. Levy of Galveston has arrived in the city where he will be connected with the Texas Paper Company. Mrs. Paul G. Meyers has returned to her home on South Boulevard after a visit with her mother in Hempstead. Miss Adele Miller has gone to New York. Miss Ernestine Hirsch spent several days in Greenville last week. Miss Delia Schwartz of Hempstead is visiting Mrs. Paul G. Meyers. Miss Bertie Praeger is enjoying a vacation in the East. Miss Ruth Buckner, 2125 Browder street, is visiting relatives in Houston and Galveston for two weeks. Mrs. Lena Myers of Palestine h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 July 1920

Friday, July 18, 1920. THE JEWISH IfONITOl fr butlon to the worlds' civilization. The "e of Albert instein, now the greatest celebrity in Science, is a suf ficient refutation of those charges. Mr. H. G. Wells calls the Jew "In tensely Acquisitive." This charge is most frequently repeated, but explain ed on two different grounds. Some declare that the Jew is acquisitive & because he is extravagant in his hab its. Others again say that he is a mi ' ser and therefore, acquisitive because he merely horasd money without spending it. The same contrast is found in gen eral statements on the political prefer ence of Jews. The German-Antisemite "Stoecker" claims that the most char- acteristic feature of the Jews is their absolute opposition to all authority. On the same day, when Stoecker made this statement in the German Reich stag, the British Labor Leader, John Bums, said in the House of Commons that the Jews are cringing to all au thority. Russian Antisemites, before the World's War,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 July 1920

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 16, 1920 CORSICANA. Misses Rose and Hattye Daniels en tertained with a morning bridge and bunco party in honor of their house guest, Miss Sadye Berkman of Waco. Frizes were awarded Mrs. Ivan Rosen berg and Miss Camilla Jaffee for high score and the visiting girls were given dainty favors, the visitors being the Misses Gussye E. Goldberg of Marsh all, Miss Bernice Nussbaum of Groes beck and Miss Hilda Nussbaum of Mexia. A salad and ice course were served on bamboo trays arranged beautifully with pink roses and Bhas ta daisies. This was one of the pret ties affairs of the season and was highly enjoyed by all. Misses Blooma and Sadie Kaplan of Waco were guests of Mrs. Mace Gol den for the Tyler-Corsicana Get-to-Gether Hop. Miss Sadye E. Berkman of Waco is enjoying a very pleasant visit as the guest of the Misses Daniels. Miss Helen Goldstein of Tyler was the guest of Miss Daisy Wolens. Misses Blanche Wallman and Marie Rudberg, Fannie Hayman and Helen...

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

8Tn Colorado for the rest of the summer. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rubin, a son, on July 4th. He has been named Manny J. Rubin. A large dinner was held Sunday in honor of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Marten Jarrett have gone east for their vacation. To our regret Rabbi Fox and family left us on Sunday noon for Chicago, but hope to have' them with us soon attain. THE MONITOR REACHES THE PEOPLE "THE SOUTIPS FASTEST GROWING PAPER HOUSE" GAMER PAPER COMPANY WHOLESALE PAPER WRAPPING PAPER, PAPER BAGS, BOXES AND TWINE PRINTING DONE IN OUR OWN PLANT FORT WORTH and DALLAS THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 16, 1920. Chicago to spend the summer. Mrs. Harry Kaufman and daughters, Misses Isabella Dorothy, and Selma are spending the summer in Cool Colo rado. Miss Gladys Samuels is slowly re covering from an operation on her ton sils last Thursday in Dallas. Mr. Leon Lawrence of San Antonio was here on business and also visiting his relatives on McMillan street. The Cornicana-Tyler Hop. Although thi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 16 July 1920

THE MO NIT 01 Friday, July 16, 1920 I & lEDITQRIALl I FRANKLIN AND FORD. Rabbi Leo M. Franklin of De troit deserves the commendation of every right thinking Jew. Our readers perhaps noticed that . Henry Ford of Detroit sent him a specially designed car. Rabbi Franklin returned the car, r.ot wishing to accept a gift from one who had proven himself an ene my of the Jewish people. Ford had been in the .habit of present ing the rabbi with a car at inter vals, and the recent gift was the carrying out of this habit, but it received a well deserved jolt. Ford probably told Rabbi Franklin that the vituperation in the Dearborn Magazine which he owns, was not intended for him ; that he was a "white" Jew, and that his "best friends" were Jews. Franklin is not the kind of a man to be fooled by camou flage of this sort. If Ford can find only a few Jews who are worthy of his confidence, Ford sadly underestimates the charac ter of Jewry. We agree thoroughly with our contemporary, The American ...

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