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THE JEWISH MONITOR
Friday, September 16, 1921.
FORT WORTH NEWS
mum QalVMton and Broadway.
Dr. Qeorc Fox, Rabbi.
SorvlcM Friday availing! at S o'clock.
Saturday mornlng-i at 11 o'olook.
Sabbath School Saturday at 1:10, Sunday
SYNASOSUE AHAVATH SHOLOM
Friday evening aarvlcti at I o'clock. Sat
artay morning at I o'clock. Sabbath
School Saturday morning, 10:01 o'clock.
Pleat Phone Ntwa Items tt
4tM, RoMdalo IUI, or 4M.
Mr. M. Elkes left for Chicago Wed
nesday the 7th by the request of his
daughter, Annie, who has been there
for several months.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph and daugh
ter, Miss Marie, has just returned
from Colorado where they have been
touring for the summer. All their
friends are glad to havel them back.
Mass Meeting at Synagogue in Honor
of Twelfth Worlds Zionist Con
gress. Last Sunday evening at the Syna
gogue Ahavath Sholom, a mass meet
ing was held in honor of the Twelfth
World Zionist Congress which was
held at Carlsbad on September 1st
11th. Israel N. Mehl, chairman of the
meeting, explained in his introductory
remarks, the reason for calling the
meeting. He gave an historical view
of the first Zionist Congress which
took place at Basel, twenty-five years
The first speaker was Rabbi A. E.
Abramowitz, who gave a true picture
of the Zionist movement in the past
and present Other speakers were M.
Resnick, Dr. Wolf, M. Shanblum and
The chairman explained that in the
near future a campaign will be made
for the Keren Hayesod ami he ap
pealed to every Jewish family to re
spond to the cause.
The meeting was largely attended.
It was closed by the singing of the
"Star Spangled Banner" and 'Hatik
vah." Greatest Affair Ever Given in Fort
Worth by Any Jewish Organiza
tion. What is considered to be the great
est affair in point of amusement as
well as financially was given by the
F. 0. P. Club on Wednesday evening,
September 14,. 1921. More than 600
people attended. The program opened
at 8:30 sharp with several dances off
the dance program. Mr. Dave Pliner
then welcomed the guest of honor,
Mayor Cockrell. Then followed the
first act, followed by several dances.
The feature acts of the evening were
Al Raymond and Tom Schram of the
Majestic. Miss Gertie Jacobs then
presented pupils of Miss Louise Hud
son in dances extrarodinaire, featur
ing Gertie at the piano. Maude Den
man in Valse Blue, Francis & Ruth
Green in dance flirtations and little
Camilla Moore in s Spanish Rhapso
dy. Mr. J. P. Simpson, James Van
Antwerp and Willie Mack gave sever
al splendid selecaions in song and
dance. The Blue Devil Jazz Band was
at its best, and encore after encore
were played to please the audience.
It is estimated by Sam Neusner
chairman of the dance committee
that at least $400.00 has been realized
so far and si the expense of this af
fair will not run over $150.00 a good
sum of money will go to the Star-Telegram
Free Milk and Ice Fund. The
F. O. P. wishes to thank the folks
who patronized our affair and were
very generous all thrugh the evening.
Mr. Billy Moore for the use of the hall
and all the acts who donated their
.Signed: F. O. P. DANCE COM.
Sam Neusner, Chairman.
You are all invited to (Razor) Mill
er and Nathan (Pistol) Persky's
dance on Sunday evening, September
18, 1921, at 8:30 p. m.
Blue Devil Jazz Band, Y. M. H. A.
meeting, Sunday afternoon, 3 p. m.
Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Bronstein are
the happy parents of a baby girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gernsbach
er are the proud parents of a baby
A large assembly of friends attend
ed the B'rith Milah of the little sou
of Rabbi and Mrs. A. E. Abamowitz
Miss Mamie Rosen of Beaumont,
is the guest of Mrs. Harry Buckstein.
Miss Gussie Goldberg of Shreveport
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Bockstein.
Miss Lillie Ginsberg of Wichita
Falls is visiting her sister and moth
er, Mrs. L. Shanblum.
The following invitation was re
ceived by S. Saikin: Mrs. M. Gerstein
requests the honor of your presence
at the marriage of her daughter, An
na R. to Mr. Harry Ratner, Sunday,
September 25th, nineteen hundred and
twenty-one at 4 p. m. at bride's resi
dence, 11901 Benham Ave., Cleveland,
Ohio. At home after Nov. 15, 1921,
Fort Worth, Texas.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Ginsberg (nee Libbie Simon)
congratulate them upon the arrival of
a daughter, born Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Leopold Baer of Mon
roe, La., announce the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Hylda Benedict
Baer to Mr. Harry iKeffer, who is
Baer to Mr. Harry Kieffer, who is
connected with the firm of A. & L.
The B'nai B'rith Luncheon Club
held its usual Thursday noon meeting
at Joseph's Cafe. The speaker of the
meeting was Professor Moore, super
intendent of the Fort Worth Public
Schools, whose address was intense
The subject that Professor Moore
spoke on, was the School Children and
why all business men should take
more interest in the schools and, in
fact, that they should show their in
terest by visiting the different schools
thereby giving more encouragement
both to the teacher and children. Mr.
David Pliner was the chairman of the
day, and the attendance prize was
won by Mr. B. Max Mehl.
Mrs. H. Domnau was the guest of
her sister, Mrs. S. Bloomberg, last
Mr. and Mrs. H. Ginsburg of Elcc
tra, Texas, (nee Libbie Simon), are
the proud parents of a bouncing 9 lb.
girl, born Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cans and daugh
ter .Beatrice, of Waco are guests in
the home of M. Rosenstein.
Miss Jennie Lauterstein of San An
tonio is the guest of Miss Lillian Si
mon of Pulaski street
Mrs. Sam Rosen and son, Joel, have
returned from Chicago after a very
Sol M. Wolffson, who has been
spending the summer vacation with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Wolff
son, left Wednesday for Chicago,
where he will continue his studies at
Rush Medical College.
To the out of town readers of the
Jewish Monitor we will extend your
New Year's Greetings to your friends
and relatives if you send in your copy
accompanied by one dollar. No later
than Wednesday before New Year's.
Mrs. Sam Lipshitz and family re
turned from Galveston, Houston and
other points where they spent six
weeks. - . , j
Miss Mamie Potishman and Mrs. I.
Brown, accompanied by their niece,
Miss Ruth Brown, spent the week end
The Wonder Play of a Thousand Delights with
and the Thousand Players in
It's One of the Biggest Pictures We
Have Ever Shown
Matinee 2:30 P. M.
Fort Worth, Texas
Nights 8:30 P. M.
Week Commencing Sunday, Sept. 18, 1921
The Woman Who Knows"
LA FRANCE & HARRIS
in their new act
The Party of the Second
HIGGINS & BRAUN
With Horace Bentley
J A D A TRIO
Chester, O'Brien and Allen
THREE LIVE WIRE BOYS
HOLMES & HOLLISTON
, In their Novelty Comic
A Capsule Comedy with
GORDON & DAY
BRISCOE & RAUII
"THE BRAVE COWARD"
By Harry Langdon