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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

1 1 More.than tw& thousand Fort Worth people.have made application to the telephone company for service but ''ihftil lifts time have been uiiable to secure a telephone. The fact that these applications have not been filled is in no way the fault of your telephone company. . The nature of the telephone business demands that provisions be made at all times where by at least twenty per cent of its plant be left vacant in order to care for maintenance new orders etc. This idle capacity of the local tel- ephone company was quickly exhausted dur- ing: the war when telephone companies were prohibited from making any material exten- sions. At the close of the war your telephone com- pany had not only outgrown its equipment and facilities for rendering service but was confronted with the problem of putting itself on a pre-war basis and of taking care of the new business created by the oil boom. AFTER THE WAR When extensions wore again permitted building restrictions that had tied cown ot...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 17 December 1920

THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WKCKLY BY THB MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 'Phsno Uwif Sett DR. QCORQI POX DITOR LOUI MORRI uslneas Msnsger ' ffleere Dr. Gsorge Fox Preeldent km Llpehlts Vice-President Louis Morrli 8ecrstary-Trea surer The editor ti not responalble for iwi ex- preseed by contributor!. Anonymous Utters will receive no consideration. Entered In th Fort Worth Postoffiee m ootid Class Mall Matter by th Moni- tor Publishing Company. JEWISH CALENDAR MIL 1120 New Tear's Eva Sun. Sepl It Tom Klppur Wad. Sept II Suocoth (First Day) ....Mon. Sept 17 Buccoth (Lait Day Shimlnl- tiarcth) Mon. Oct 4 8lmohatch Torah Tuaa. Oct. I Rosch-Chodesch Chesvan Wad. Oct. II Rosch.Chodeaca Klslev ..Frl. Nor. 11 Chanukah (Faaat of Dedlca- tlon ..) Mon. Dec. I Roach-Chodaach Tebeth..8un. ..Dae. 11 Faat of Tabath Tuaa. Daa 11 MIL 1121 Roaoh-Chodaach flhabat ....Mon. Jan. 10 Roaoh-Chodeaeh Adar Wad. Fab. I Roaoh-Chodaach Va 'adar ..Frl. Mar. 11 Puiira (Faaat of Eather).. Thura. Mar. 14 Roach-Chodaaeh Nlaaa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 December 1920

Ml ; j f "- dp. VOL. X NO. 14. FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY DECEMBER 24 1920. Price 5 Cents. DETAILS OF POGROMS IN THE fl. DISTRICT OF PINSK. Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) Material! collected by the Jewish deputies to the Polish Diet contain horrible de- tails of the last pogroms perpetrated by the army of General Balachovitch in the region of Pinsk. The number of dead is now estimated to be one thousand. Jews who were not slaugh- tered in the massacres were robbed of their means of livelihood and left entirely destitute. They are now with- out shoes or clothing and in dire need and distress. Following details give a picture of conditions as developed in the report In the village of Mofra Balacho- vitch's men kidnapped the eighteen-year-old daughter of Susskind Rubin- stein and later seized also her brother and father. It became known later that the bandits have violated the girl thirty times and Anally cut off her head. The bodies of the victim's father and brother were later found be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 December 1920

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 24 1920. ' 7i FORT WORTH NEWS NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 619 I. 0. B. B. first and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. ELI GILBERT 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 Sholem: 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. Miss Hazel Heninger entertained the pupils of her Sabbath school class with a party Saturday afternoon. The class consists of pupils of the Confir- mation Department During the after- noon games were played and prizes awarded to Missas Carolyn Brauer and Ethel Robinson and Mr. Richard Simon. A dainty repast was served to the followin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 December 1920

' Friday December 24 1020. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page. Thret 1 . I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 ;Mra. D. D. Cahn has returned to r Houston after a fortnight's visit to - Mrs. Louis Herman. - Myron Goldman of St Louis will spend the holiday season with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Goldman 2533 Boulevard. Miss Blanche Mittenthal who ii at- tending Goucher College is home for the vacation season. Miss Alice Roos a student of Smith College arrived Thursday for the (P Xmas gaieties to be with her par- ents. The Social Calendar for the holi- days is: Monday Dec. 27: Mrs. Gus Sachs and Mrs. A. Neunnyer entertain with a Bunco Party at tho Columbian Club in the afternoon and evening Miss Ruth Stern and Miss Mildred Liebman entertain with a Leap Year dance. Tuesday December 28th: Mrs. Max Manes and Mrs. Gus Roos entertain with a Majestic Party and five o'clock tea honoring Miss Alice Roos and Mliss Sophia Manes; in the evening Mrs. Simon Levy will honor Miss Adelaide Bach with a dance. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jaffa wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 December 1920

Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 24 1920. EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texae Rabbi Martin Zletonka Rabbi David Lefkowltx Rabbi David Roienbaum Rabbi Henry Cohen Rabbi A. Werne Rabbi A. E. Abramowltx Rabbi Wolfe Macht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi Samuel Rotlnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Joe. Blatt Rabbi Morrle Teller Rabbi Chae. B. Latx Arkaneaa Rabbi Leonard Rotheteln Rabbi Joeeph H. Btoll Rabbi A. B. Rhine Loulelana Rabbi A. Brill ' Rabbi Harry A. Merfleld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX Editor REMOVE THE EVIL. There are times when it be- hooves us Jews in America to sternly set our faces against any evil or evil doer in our midst or even against any occasion or temptation for any one in our midst to do evil. It is sad com- mentary on our present position in the world in this twentieth century and on the attitude of the so-called enlightened portion of humanity toward us that we should labor under such a ne- cessity. We know that at any time and in any country we Jews have never had a propor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 December 1920

Friday December 24 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Fhre c&ncerned however with 'un- Jewishness in New York. Our business is not to argue with those who would convert us but with' the thousands Vm: tens of thousands who are cell in g their birthright for a me3s of pottage. After we have given our children keys to the well-stuffed deposit-vaults we cheat and rob them of their spiritual heritage. We are in danger of becom- ing a bookless Godless Sabbath- less people" But the Rev. Dr. Rudolph Grossman is outspoken in his condemnation of the plan to proselytize his fellow Hebrews. He holds up for ridicule the rec- ord of two associations formed in England for the conversion of Jews to Christianity and he is quoted in the press as saying that in 1914 "these two organi- zations expended 45000 pounds equal at that time to $225000 of American money and only suc- ceeded in converting twenty-five Jews. Think of it $225000 for twenty-five Jewish souls!" Dr. Grossman is confident that "The Jew...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 December 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Six. I JEWISH SAILORS AND SOLDIERS CELEBRATE CHANUKAH. . kah greeting post cards were distrub- utted by the Board. The Chanukah festival was suitably celebrated in the Arniy and Navy. The Jewish Welfare Board made arrange- ments for the observance of the holi- day at many camps and naval posts and also at the larger hospitals. Chap- lains morale officers and members of the local communities gave their co- operation in makinj the holiday an occasion of enjoyment to the uniform- ed men. At several places religious services were held within the camps and in many communities local organizations invited the soldiers and sailors from the nearby posts to attend their cel- ebrations. At other centers celebra- tions were arranged by the Jewish Welfare Board especially for the en- listed men. The Jewish men stationed at the Army and Navy posts in Ha- waii were likewise afforded oppor- tunity to observe the festival The program at' the community cel- ebrations comprised...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 December 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR CO-OPERATION WITHIN NATION. ; AL FEDERATION OF TEMPLE SISTERHOODS. - The co-operation among Temple women's societies which affiliation . - with the National Federation of Tem- ple Sisterhoods affords is evident in an address delivered before the Sis- . terhood of Beth-Sholom People's .VTemple of Brooklyn by Mrs. Otto Kempner member of the Executive Board of the Federation. Mrs. Kemp- . ner spoke on the propaganda tour of prominent Jewish laymen which is be- j big conducted by the Union of Amer- lean neorew iiongregauons. The Sisterhood is planning a mon- ster baiaar for February 15-22. Some Q other methods employed by the organ- ization to raise funds are showing moving pictures holding "seven-cent parties" and selling valuable articles donated during the year. Its location in the heart of Ameri ca's winter garden spot affords the Sisterhood of B'nal B'rith Congrega- tion Los Angeles Calif. an oppor- tunity to render notable service in hospitality. An invitation I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 December 1920

I ; TJHE JEWISH MONITOR I . . - 1km Imcom md Oots Your income determines how you live what sort of a house you occupy and what you can do for those dependent upon you. Likewise the income of your telephone company determines how it shall live and develop ; care for its employes and what sort of service it can give you its patrons who are depending on us for telephone service. If your business was operating: at a loss each year a loss in proportion to ours which will be approx- imately (180000 this year what would you do? Suppose that in addition to standing: a loss on your present investment it was imperative that you en- large your business facilities in order to keep abreast with the times what would you dot As a practical business man we ask you to con- sider such a business situaton. Would you send more of your money after that which you had already invested! Could you expect your friends or the outside investors to be interested in such a proposition? No matter how bad the publ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 December 1920

Friday December 24 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seren osepli's Cafe Where Every Meal Is a FEAST DALLAS and FORT WORTH FORT WORTH DIRECTORY Osteopathic Physicians. DR. CHARLES F. KENNEY Disease of Stomach and Nerrea. DR. HELENE E. KENNEY Disease of Women and Chil- dren. Rooms 709 A 710 W. T. Wag. goner Bid. L. 4542. Res. Phone Roaedale 8420 D. LEVA Wholesale and Retail Produce Poultry and Butter A Schochet Kills Our Chick ens. M POTTS PLUMBING CO. Steve Potts Mgr. Repair Work and Gaa Fitting Quick Service All Work Guaranteed. Just North of P. 0. Phono Lamar 838. 282 West 11th St Fort Worth. GREGORY AUTO SUPPLY STATION 116 W. Front St Cor. Houston Gasoline Oils Accessories Ex. pert Vulcanizing. Lamar 2332 Fort Worth. PHILADELPHIA DIAMOND GRID BATTERY Sold under an absolute 18 months' guarantee. Cash or Terms. We have a battery for your ear. UniTeraal Battery Station 108 W. 11th St Between Main and Houston. LON JEWELL A CO. RENTAL AGENTS AND REAL ESTATE. Phone L. 988 108 E. 2nd. St Fo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 24 December 1920

- Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR . Friday December 24 1020. THEJEWISHMONITOR PUBLISHED WKEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING 00. 'Phene Lamar MM DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRI...t....Bualnaa Manager Offlcera Dr. Georre Fox . . . .Preeldent 8am Llpahlts. Vloe-Preeldent Loula Morrla. Becretarrreaeurer Tha adltor la not reeponelble for vlawa ax- reaaed by contrtbutora. Anonymoua attara will recalva no oonaldaratlon. Entered In tha Fort Worth Poatoffloa aa Baoond Claaa Mall Matter by tha Moni- tor Publlahlnf Company. l' I : JEWISH CALENDAR V.. 6881-1920 New Tear'a Eva . 8un. Sept. I Tom Klppur Wad. Sept. 11 Suceoth (Flrat Day) ....Mon. Sept 17 Succoth (Laat Day Bhlmlnl- Ataereth) Mon. Oct. 4 Slmchatch Torah Tuea. Oct. I Roach-Chodeach Cheavan Wed. Oct. II Roach-Chodeach Klalav ..Frl. Nov. 11 Chanukah (Faaat of Dedica- tion ..) Mon. Deo. Roach-Chodeach Tebath..Sun. ..Deo. 11 Faat of Tebeth Tuea. Deo. 11 8881-1921 Roach-Chodeach Shebat ....Mon. Jan. 10 Roach-Chodeach Adar Wed. Fab. Roach-Cho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 31 December 1920

!tt;i J J: . DP. GEOPGE FOX . .EDI TO P SSJJI VOL. X NO. 15 FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY DECEMBER 81 1920. Price 5 Cents. Fort Worth and Tyler Annual New Year Edition A DR. M. FABER Rabbi Beth-El Congregation Tyler Texaa. C " DR. GEORGE FOX Rabbi Temple Beth-El ConjrefaUon and Editor Jewijh Monitor Fort Worth Texaa.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 31 December 1920

Page Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday Ttcember 31 1920. Wishing You a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year ram Co. (INCORPORATED) GRAIN MERCHANTS FORT WORTH TEXAS Cable Address: "Rosegrain Chicago" Bath & Gans Cotton Merchants Wishing All a Happy New Year FORT WORTH - HOUSTON Branch Offices New York Waco Texas Seattle Wash. Liverpool Cable Address: Gosho GoshoCo. (INCORPORATED) FORT WORTH TEXAS Cotton Exporters AGENCY FOR Gosho Cabushiki Kaisha OSAKA JAPAN Wishing All a Happy New Year With Branches Tokio Yokohoma Kobe New York Calcut- ta Bombay Tsingtau Shanghai Tientsin Hankow Hongkong Dairen Japan Cotton Trading Company of Texas Extends to You its Best Wishes For a Prosperous New Year 0 . 4

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 31 December 1920

Friday December 31 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOI Pg Thrc A Yearly Review of Tyler Jewish Activities The history of the Jews of Tyler is the tt history of the growth and advancement of the city iself. They are indeed so closely in- terwoven that the story of the one implies most directly the story of the other. Hence a few words of a general nature concerning the city of Tyler cannot be deemed inappro- priate. Tyler is a beautiful town in East Texas 'and the commercial center of that section of the state. The surrounding country is a very productive agricultural region the fa- mous red clay loam fine for fruits of all kinds cotton trucking peanuts sweet pota- toes small fruit Bermuda grass etc. Tyler the county scat of Smith county has increased in population from 10500 in 1910 to 1G.700 in 1917 a gain in 1920 of 1700. It has a fine new courthouse costing $165000 and a Federal building which cost $150000 where the United States Court for the Eastern District of Texas is held. The city own...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 31 December 1920

Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 81 1920. BEST WISHES FROM "BUILD A HOME FIRST" A. P. Moore's Sons Inc. Palmer & Dean Lumber Co. TYLER AND NACOGDOCHES TEXAS Phone 247 307 E. Ferguson Street :: i i The Big Store The Leading House Carlton Lumber Co. Mayer & Schmidt . dealers in tyler texas All Kinds of Building For 30 Years Our Slogan Has Been: Material ! Tyler Texas "THE BIG STORE" "THE LEADING HOUSE" Few as the words are important is their meaning. 1 ; ......-........... People's $uarantp Always a Good Show tatC 25mift -p1 T 1 of TYLER TEXAS KJPCfTlC I 3 If! CP Capital Stock $100000.00; Surplus $35000.00 A''''-' A. UIWVV OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: Presenting the very best pictures that can be Oscar McFarland Pres. J. M. Stephens Cashier nMa!nu1 " C. J. Bropan V!ce-Pres. W. J. Stephens Ass't. Cashier ;; ODUinea Dr. Edgar H. Vouhn V-Pres. H. M. Eagle Ass't Cashier Judge R. W. Simpson V-Pres. N. T. Pirtle Henry Davis J.B.Parker SPECIAL FEATURES AT ALL TIMES dV.S Sl'ajS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 31 December 1920

Friday December 81 1920. members were Joseph Lipshitz M. Rosen- field Louis Freedman J. Lipstate and Mar- cus Daniel. The present officers' of Congregation Beth-El are: President S. Bruck. 'Vice-President B. Wadel. Treasurer Max Goldstein. Treasurer Ma xGold3tein. Under the auspices of the Ladies' Auxil- iary of Temple Beth-El a great deal of ef- fective educational and social work is being done; musicals and receptions given sew- - - . . ? 0 J. WOLF. ing and Bible societies formed and in mani- fold ways it has been a valuable aid to the religious literary and social functions of the Temple. Mrs. A. Gill the president of the Ladies' Auxiliary has proved herself to be an earnest and indefatigable worker ever ready and willing to make personal sacri- fice for the advancement and general wel- fare of her own people. Her efforts are ably seconded by Mrs. S. Gardner secretary; and Mrs. S. Bruck treasurer of the organiza- tion. One of the most important activities is the Tyler section of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 31 December 1920

Page Six THE JEWIS.H MONITOR Friday December 81 1920. conduct the discussions. Roll call Is answer- ed by Jewish news items. It was decided to hold the meetings. on Wednesdays of each week. The following were elected officers: Mr. Jake Eisen president; Miss Lena Fried- lander (Mrs. M. Klotz) vice president; and Miss Morian Goldstucker (Mrs. Joe Emold) secretary and treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. L. Marmar were made the chaperons. Part of the monthly dues are devoted to philanthropic work and the club has been most successful in its entertainments. On Wednesday November 24th the Thanks- giving and opening dance of the year was given. The Corsicana Y. M. H. A. and young ladies were guests of honor. The walls of the hall were lined with pine trees and the ceiling was a mass of red leaves. Soft lights added much to make this a forest primev- al. The grand march ended in forming the letter "S". As all lights were dimmed a huge electric sign "Squabblers" was lighted Dancing was enjoyed until a l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 31 December 1920

Friday December 31 1920. to the tremendous annual enrollment of 4000 and fs now the largest busi- ness college In America. The rapid growth t nd success of thh institution is conclusive evidence of the business ability of its manage- ment. Its president Mr. H. E. Byrne who is also the author of the Byrne Systems of Bookkeeping and Short- hand which have contributed so large- ly to the growth of the school is pres- ident of seven other large corpora- tions one of them being a bank in one of the largest cities in the state. Mr. W. M. Roberts vice president is also an officer in a number of other large concerns. Mr. Roberts is active in all enterprises for the welfare of Tyler being a member of the Chamber of Commerce Rotary Club etc. The subjects taught by the College are Bookkeeping Shorthand Business Administration and Finance Cotton Classing Telegraphy and Penman- ship. Thirty specialized teachers and all modern up-to-date office devices together with the Byrne Systems men- tioned ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 31 December 1920

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday December 81 1920. EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texae Rabbi Martin Zlelonka Rabbi David Lefkowltz Rabbi David Roeenbaum Rabbi Henry Cohan Rabbi A. Warna Rabbi A. E. AbramowlU Rabbi Waif Macht Dr. R. Farber Rabbi Samuel Roalnger EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Oklahoma Rabbi Joa. Blatt Rabbi Morrla Taller Rabbi Chaa. B. LaU Arkanaaa Rabbi Leonard Rothateln Rabbi Joeeph H. Stoli Rabbi A. B. Rhine Louisiana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Marfltld EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX Editor FOR AMERICAN JUDAISM. We are happy to announce that the Three and one half Mil- lion Dollar Fund for the Union of American Hebrew Congrega- tions has been raised. In fact the amount has been over subscrib- ed. This speaks well for Amer- ican Reform. We have been awakened to the necessity of proper organization and ade- quate propaganda and the result has been a splendid response on the part of American Jewry. Never before in the history of Israel has a fund of this sort been gathered for pu...

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