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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 December 1920

Friday, December 8, 1020. THE JEWISH MONITOR Per Thirteen lEiHLaaaaaBiggEiiiiBqBnnaan IMPORTANT OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT OUR NEW CHRISTMAS CLUB IS NOW OPEN-ALL ARE INVITED TO COME IN AND JOIN INVITATION TO ALL Our Bank extends to every man, woman and child, in our city and community, a cordial invitation to come in and JOIN OUR NEW CHRISTMAS CLUB. This is the most popular plan ever devised for having MONEY NEXT CHRISTMAS and enables those of small means, those in moderate circumstances and also business men to lay aside money by SYSTEMATIC DEPOSITS each week. To Join Is Easy No cost, no dues, no red tape. Look at the Tables below and select the Club you wish to join, lc, 2c, 5c, 10c, 25c, $1, $2, $5, $10, $20 or more and come into our Bank with the first deposit. We will enroll you as a membpr of the Club and give you a pass book showing the money de posited. That is all there is to it. HOW TO HAVE MONEY NEXT CHRISTMAS INCREASING CLUB PLAN lc CLUB Deposit lc 1st week, 2c 2nd week. Incre...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 December 1920

Page Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 8, 1920. REV. ABRAHAM FRAM. (Inadvertently omitted last week) It is hardly necessary to present Rev, Fram to the reader, for there are comparatively none in our com munity who have not become endeared to the charm of his magnetic person ality, and he is very well known all over the state. Rev. Fram is now entering his tenth year with Congregation Shaa reth, Dallas, whence he came from Mobile, Ala., where he, was spiritual leader of the orthodox Congrgation Ahavash Chesad for a period of eight years. Prior to that time he was for twelve years "Chasen," "Schochet" and "Mohel" in the large town of Kavarask, Russia. He began his practie at the early age of 21 and in the capacity of cantor he was a won der for his age, leading services in the largest synagogue in the cit. of Ponevez at the age of 19. Rev. Fram has always been a zeal ous worker for his people; his serv ices rendered in that mellow baritone have always been a boon to th tru...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 December 1920

Friday, December 8, 1920. t.1. , you luramon Wra. tt wh0M r'nc U unknown, to 5, n PPer before the County Cases, to be holdenln! f, ' tt County of Tarrant, at the S?uJ?uHouM hrof, In the City of Fort a no?? Hi8 Flr" Monday In January , A. D. 1912. the same being the Srd day of narX. D', ll2L Flle Number belnf 18392, then and there to anawer the pe tUlon of 8eourlty State Bank of Fort rw'Z8' f cnorftt'on. "led in said ioa '. 0n. "J9. Ith day of October A. D. 13 J, nst.th ?'- Wm. H. Taylor, and alleging In aubatance aa follows, to- On Feb. 11, 1920. the defendant for a Valuable consideration made, executed and delivered to plaintiff his ( certain promissory notes of that date each for h of $100, the first due June 18, 1920, and one each on the 16th day of each succeeding month thereafter until " bS Pll. with 10 per cent Interest and an additional 10 per cent on principal and Interest as attorney' fees. To secure the payment of said notes the defendant executed a chattel mortgage on one...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 3 December 1920

Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 8, 1920. NOW IN PROGRESS AKisher Brothers Clean-Up Sale OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Mens Young Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats JUST EXACTLY Half-Price This is a sale that is well worth your while, for these are Garments made by HART, SCHAFFNER and MARX SOCIETY BRAND and other famous manufacturers of Men's fine wear. There were no special purchases made for this sale it beinj our regular stock that we are disposing of at this reduction. We are filling Mail Orders Promptly During the Sale just aa Always. wisher Brolkers MAIN AT EIGHTH LAMAR 3036 UttttltlllMMH HA LPS Thei SELECTED PICTURES POPULAR PRICES The Confession FEATURING HENRY R WALTHALL Starting Sunday for One Week Will Be Shown for the Benefit of "THE NAVAL POST AMERICAN LEGION" At the ALPS, 911 Houston Street Help the Boyi in Blue to establish permanent headquarters in Fort Worth. They are not begging. They are giving you the biggest treat ever shown in motion pictures for 25 cents....

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

. U n wf 7 dp. ge1f5 " ! i i - ' :,vol. X. NO. 12. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, , TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920 Price 5 Cents. New York, November 80.A coni ference to discuss the widespread campaign of secret anti-Jewish prop aganda in the United States was call ed by the American Jewish Commit tee. This conference was participated by the foremost national Jewish organizations and authorized the is suance of a public statement in which the so-called "Protocols of the Learn ed Elders of Zion" now being circu lated in large numbers by secret agencies are condemned as a forgery, a'nd the charge that Bolshevism is part of a conspiracy by Jews and ' Freemasons to secuie world domina tion is denounced, as a malicious in- ventlon Inspired by foreign reaction ary forces for the rurpose of breed ing suspicion and hatred by the Jews and -Freemasons in the United States In order to discredit "free govern ment ' Ih' the eyes of ' the European masses and thus facilitate the restor ation 4f;ab'solutism ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 10, 1920. The Problem of Jewish Recon struction in Eastern Europe the community. It means, in brief, as are made necessary by the new to restore the normal life of the pre- conditions. ' war days, with such readustments Now, besides political stability, the Page Two The Joint Distribution Committee -has already carried cut a number of important reconstruction measures'. It has, for example, rebuilt many homes in Galica and lent two hundred thous and dollars to the Jewish co-operative societies of Roumana. Moreover, some time ago it created a special commit tee on reconstruction, under the chair manship of Col. H. Lehman, and plac ed five million dollars at its disposal. As long, however, as Eastern Europe was still in a state of war,,. the com mttee's work along these lines was necessarily limited; for there was dan ger that what was rebuilt might be destroyed again. But with the cessa tion of hostilities between Russia and Poland, Eastern Europe ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

Friday, December 10, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Three v ! Lamar ios . Union Transfer Cci Moving Vint, Fire Proof atoraoo Baggage Transfer Of nee and Warohonae: ' i " 1704 J onto itroot Mention tbo Monitor In oaUlnf. THE TASTE TELLS SHAW BROS. Pure Ice Cream ITS QUALITY SUPREME Lamar 1U8 WestbrookHotel MO Fire Proof Rooms Kt latha PORT WORTH, TlXAt . Lee Huckins OKLAHOMA CITY The Huckins TIXARKANA, TIXAS FOR THE 8MOIBB WHO CARES JAMES STEPHEN HOGG Te aOAR DELCO-LIGHT Tb aaaaalm EUctrio Ugkt. a4 tarwPkal Plant of bright, aafa, aim alaofcrk light Na mora hat, aaoky laaape. FT M. BRATTIN A CO, mains tat 1 001-1 Throckmorton 8trt Fort Worth. . . . Tea Jewish Organ! lattoeis A Pre- faaaiooal Me Should know what tha Jewish Freoa wrtuo obout thorn Tho Jewloh proot In All Lonuaae la Road ana Cllppoa by mo. Wo aro tho Brat and only Jowls aipptnf Borrtoo For Clipping from tho Jowtoh Frooa writ to Cllppln Dept. INTERNATIONAL JEWISH " ' PRESS BUREAU, Iae. Bookman ttrott NKW VORK ,, To4opnonoi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

t Page Four . THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 10, 1920. FORT WORTH NEWSl NOTICE. ' Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., first and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. SAM LIPSHITZ, President. DR. MAURICE COHN, Secy. , Temple Beth-El Corner Galveston and Broadway. Dr. George Fox, Rabbi Services Friday evenings at 8 o'clock. Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. Sabbath School ..Saturday at 9:30, : Sunday at 10:30. 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 465. Th. memorial fund of the Council of Jewish Women has been augmented by contributions from the following: From Mrs.' D. Brown in memory of her daughter, Pearl Brown Linnett; from Mr. arid Mrs. E S. Mayer, Mrs. H. H. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ros en, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seligman, Alex Wolf, Theodore Mack, A. M. Frien...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

Friday, December 10, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Five I NEWS FROM DALLAS I . 4 Mr. , and Mrs. Ed Utay announced tne engagement of their daughter, w Ruby to Henry Smith. "Mrs." I.' Pliner has gone to El Paso where she will spend a month visiting 'relatives. i Mr. Sam Levinson of Brady, form erly of Dallas, is tho guest of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Levinson. He will remain until Christmas. Mrs. M. Levin and daughter, Fran- cis of Abilene, spent the week as the guests of parents and grandparents, Mr.' and Mrs. H. M. Levinson. Winter-RMtman ! S. David Winter of Palestine and Miss Pearl Etta Rnitman were mar tied Sunday evening at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. J. M. Rait man, 2311 South Boulevard. The cere mbny was said by Rabbi Werne and Rev. Fram. Prior to the wedding, Mrs. J. Yonack sang "0 Promise Me," ac companied on the piano by Mrs. H ,D. Michaelson, sister of the bride. Miss Henrietta Goldberg rendered the wed-, ding march; The' wedding procession was led by the m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 10, 1920. Page Six THE PROBLEMS OF JEWISH RE CONSTRUCTION IN EUROPE. (Continued from Page 3.) ganized loan and savings societies which rendered credit on easy terms available to them. Altogether 700 of these societies were founded before the war, with a combined member ship of about half a million. As the average Jewish family in Russia con sists of five members, this means that the credit societies ministered to the needs of two and a half million Jews, or about 40 per cent of the pre-war Jewish population of Russia. Classified according to their occu pations, the members were as follows: Artisans, 82.6 per cent; small mer chants, 36 per cent; small manufac turers, farmers and laborers, 18.3 per cent; professional people and miscel laneous, 13.1 per cent It will be seen that, as in the case of the whole Jewish population, the majority were artisans and small merchants. Nearly all of the credit societies were of the nature of Joint stock com panie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

Friday, December 10, 1&20. it to them for a definite or Indefinite period? And finally, shall we exer cise, or refrain from exercising, tome measure of control over their opera tions? An answer to these questions is contained In the action recently taken by the Joint Distribution Committee m the case of the Jewish co-operatives of Rumania (mostly located in the former Russia province of Bessara bia.) The committee placed two hun dred thousand dollars at the disposal of its regional director in Rumania and authorized him to lend it at hi, discretion to the Jewish co-operatives there at a rate of interest not to ex ceed 6 per cent Ordinary loans are to be granted for a period of five years, payable in installments begin ning with the third year; buildinir loans are to be granted for a period of ten years, payable in installments beginning with the fifth year. The co-operatives may in turn lend this money to their members and charge them any rate of interest, subject to the approva...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 10, 1920. ' EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texae Rabbi Martin Zlelonka Rabbi David Lefkowltz Rabbi David Rotenbaum Rabbi Henry Cohen Rabbi A. Werne Rabbi A. E. Abramowltx Rabbi Wolfe Macht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi Samuel Roilnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Joa. Blatt ' . Rabbi Morrle Teller' . . Rabbi Chaa, B. Latz , ' Arkanaae Rabbi Leonard Rotheteln ,,. Rabbi Joeeph H. Stoll Rabbi A, B. Rhine Loulalana Rabbi A. Brill . Rabbi Harry A. Merfleld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor The Rabbinical and Student Fund A short time ago we wrote concerning the need of a fund for Rabbis and students who have become destitute, in Eu rope. We have received a check for ten dollars for this fund from Mr. Henry Gernsbacher of Fort Worth, Texas. Read the editor ial of Dr. R. Farber on this mat ter, and when you have finished it, send us a contribution. The money will be acknowledged in these columns, and forwarded to Dr. Gotthard Deutsch of Cincin nati, who will distrib...

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. — 10 December 1920

Friday, December JO, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine of one, as it ought to be? We cannot possibly conceive how a World's Congress could be effective in "selfking" the Jew ish people, unless they first had agreed upon a certain policy among themselves. The Con gress might then carry this poli cy out through its organization. But this has never happened in Israel, and we don't believe it ' will i happen now. The Carlsbad Conference :' of. August, on World's Relief for stricken Jew ry .was. an excellent example of our thought. Let us not deceive ourselves. An international Congress of Jews for any but a philanthropic purpose will prove the conten tion of Israel's enemies that we are an international body whose selfish political interests are 'greater to us than those of the countries in which we live. The Polish Jews are even now being accused of being anti-Polish, though if they are, God knows they have no reason to be other wise. We, in America, do NOT want to be accused of prefe...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 10, i920. shevik sympathies, was released aft er a special plea made by a Jewish' delegation from Brest Litovsk to the Polish minister of the interior. come to an end, but the government attempts to run trains with the aid of strikebreakers. Three trains have left Warsaw. The food situation is very acute, and no trains have entered the city since the beginning of the strike. The strike is due to a decision of the Palish Diet to create a senate in Poland, which would give control of the government to the aristocratic landowners of Poland. Warsaw, Oct. 30 (Special cable to I. J. P. B.) Rabbi Jacob Levinski "Rosh Yeshiba" (chief of rabbinical academy) at Brest Litovsk, who was arrested by the Polish authorities four months ago on charges of Bol- PINE BLUFF, ARKANSAS. ' - i Rabbi Leonard J. Rothstein address-, ed the Chamber of Commerce Mass meeting, November 11th, at Blythe ville, Ark. GENERAL STRIKE IN WARSAW. Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) The rail road ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

Friday, December 10, 1920. A Public Statement by the American Jewish Committee. . J Continued from Page 1). THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven charges that have from time to time been laid at the door of Freemason ry, oblivious of the fact that fifteen Presidents of the United States, in cluding Washington, and many of the . leading statesmen of Europe and America, have been members of that order. ,, Nilus'and his associates belonged to the Russian bureaucracy. In 190S, through the Black Hundreds, that body sought in every way to crush the Jews and to prevent the liberali sation of the government The time was propitious for the perpetration of a political forgery by a govern ment that habitually resorted to the employment of agents provocateurs, a government which only a few years later, against the protest of the en lightened clergy of the world, inef fectually, sought to convict Mendel Bellis on the charge of ritual mur der. It is significant that one of his prosecutors has been activ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

Page Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 10, 1920. coercive measures of the Soviets. They have submitted to the confisca tion of their property and are under going unspeakable hardships. The Orthodox Jews, whose numbers pre ponderate, remaining loyal to the faith of their fathers, regard the Bol sheviks as the enemies of all religion, fend, therefore, hold the doctrines of Bolshevism in abhorrence. With comparatively few exceptions the Jews are looked upon by the Bolsheviks as belonging to the hated bourgeoise and as favoring capitalism. The Zion ists, who constitute a numerous and important element of the Jews of Rus sia, have been denounced by the So viets as counter-revolutionary, and many of them have been cast into prison and threatened with death Zionists, we repeat, who are the fol lowers of Herzl. If the Jews are to be condemned because of a Trotsky who has never in the slightest degree concerned himself with Judaism or the welfare of the Jews, then thtre is not a peo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

Friday, December 10, 1920. ADDITIONAL FORT WORTH NEWS. i Continued from Page 4). -tas been arranged, and each child sent 'the' other Chanukah gifts. These were supplemented by gifts from the relatives of the children. The " Sisterhood distributed more than 100 gifts to the children, who also sang the services, under the supervision of Mrs. Morris, the Sabbath School music director. The exchange- of gifts was an innovation, end promises to be a npst successful one. It is. hoped that this idea will be extended into a con gregational affair next year. Those in charge of the Sabbath School, besides Dr. Fox, are: Principal Miss Ida Brown; Kindergarten De partment, Miss Brown; Junior Depart ment, Miss Annette Lederman, Mrs. N. E. Rubin, Jennie Moses: Senior De- THE JEWISH MONITOR pie, and he expressed his appreciation of Dr. Norris's speech. Rabbi George Fox also spoke on the Restoration Fund, and his talk was well receved. Mr. M. Shanblum made a few re marks regarding the Organization an...

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

Page Fourteen THIRTY-THREE THOUSAND JEW ISH IMMIGRANTS IN KISHINEV. THE JEWISH MONITOR Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) Hillel Zeitlin writes in "Der Moment" that 33,000 Ukrainian emigrants are now at Kishinev. They intend to go to Ameri ca, but nobody wants to assist them in obtaining passports, buying a steamship ticket, etc. Their situation is desperate. The same condition, Mr. Zeitlin says further, prevails also in Constan tinople and Pressburg. All Jews of South Russia are on the verge of star vation and subjected to deadly diseas es, all because there in no organization that could aid them in their flight from that bloody land. POLISH PRESS ATTACKING JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE. Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) Warsaw's Polish newspapers began to take an interest in the doings of the Joint Dis tribution Committee, discussing the scandals of its administration. "Ga zeta Poniedzialkowa" speaks of monthly allowances by the Commit tee to schools which do not exist, etc., blaming the Zionists of ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

. ... Friday, December 10, 1920. Justice Court of Precinct No. 1. Tarrant Foi wiln at "1? 0,.loe ,n the City of Fort Worth, on the First Friday after second Monday tn January. 1922 at J o'clock p. m., !t being the 12th day of JJ!? iV J-,Pmerath and W. L. Sf Anr'll" in" W on th h day tL Xl1, mo-I'nst the said W. 8. Fry for the sum of two Hundred Dollars, be SafftSf? ,n'tltutd Pn debt due .aid EESt5d r ill.&!to nd " S"1? Jo plaintiff's damage.. Plaintiff aSSirf.?1.'!; ,h2w t0. the urt that a rarnlahment has been Issued against cerk i-rf...und., b,0nf t0 th defend snt snd now In the hands of D. McDonald of Tarrant County, Texas. .Wu!7,fkr P.laintJ,f PrayB th the this cause and that upon the trial of fIU'l l.y ,ven Judgment for their said debt, costs of suit and that the funds SSI? Ci,nUJ?ne1 V h,v,n,r been a-arnlsh-sheed be subjected to execution to satis fy Said Judgment .for foreclosure of the lien so created and for costs of suit and f"ra! n Pclal relief more fully set 1 plf ni'...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 10 December 1920

Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 10, 1020. THEJE WISH MONITOR Kit It i! ill"" - '.'.. I! I '.'... !!!!!!!! PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ti ' THE MONITOR PUBLISHING C. Phona, Limir Meo DR. OEONQE FOX EDITOR LOUia MORRIS Buslneee Manager U. Mi CERF Circulation Manager Offleera Dr. Baorr Fox 7 Praaldent Sam Llpehiti Vice-Prealdent Louli Morris Secretary-Treasurer Tha ad I tor la not responsible (or vlawa ex praaaad by eontrlbutora. Anonymoua fattara will racalva no consideration. Entered In tha Fort Worth Poatoffloe aa Beoond Claee Mall Matter by tha Moni tor Publishing Company. JEWISH CALENDAR 6681-1(20 New Taar'a Eve Sun., 8apt. 11 Tom Klppur Wad., Sept. 11 Succoth (First Day)- ....Mon., Sept. 17 Succoth (Last Day Bhlmlnl- Atzereth) Mon., Oct 1 Blmchatch Torah Tuea., Oct. ( Roach-Chodeach Cheavan Wed., Oct. 1 Roach-Chodeach Klslev ..Frl., Nov. 11 Chanukah (Feaat of Dedica tion , .) Mon., Deo. Roach-Chodeach Tebath. .Sun., ..Deo. 11 Faat of Tebeth Tuea., Dae 11 6681- 1921 Roach...

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