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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 10,500 in 1910 to 1G.700 in 1917, a gain in 1920 of 1,700. It has a fine new courthouse, costing $165,000, and a Federal building which cost $150,000 where the United States Court for the Eastern District of Texas is...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 $100,000.00; Surplus $35,000.00 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 ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 sec...

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. — 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 unti...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 December 1920

Friday, December 31, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nine Industrial Welfare Commission : State of Texas Capitol Building, Austin, Texas. To Whom It May Concern Take No tice: That pursuant to ind by virtue o! the authority vested ir. it by the SUt utes of the State of Texas; Chapter' 160, General Laws ot Texas, Acts of the 86th Legislature, and after public hearings duly had upon motion of the Commission, notice of such hearings having been duly given in the manner provided by law, and after investiga tions made by said commission cov-' ering substantially all parts of the State. The Industrial Welfare Com mission finds, and hereby decrees that the lowest wage paid females and min ors should not be less than the amounts hereinafter set forth, subject to the conditions hereinafter named. Experienced Female Workers and Minors. The Industrial Welfare Commission of the State of Texas does hereby or der that: 1. No person, firm or corporation shall employ or suffer or permit ary female or ...

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. — 31 December 1920

Page Ten . inspection by the- Commission or any of its duly authorized representatives.. ; (d) The Commission shall exercise exclusive jurisdiction over all. ques tions arising as to the administration or interpretation of this Order. '' This order shall become effective and be in force on and after February 7th, 1921. Nothing in this order shall prevent any employer from paying more than the minimum or least rate fixed by the commission. Commissions, bonuses or tips will not be considered part of the wage or salary of females or minors. The commission may upon sixty days notice, amend, change, rescind or supplement this order, or any part thereof. INDUSTRIAL WELFARE COMMI8- ION, STATE OF TEXAS. Attest: Mrs. Frances E. Sutherland, Secretary. T. C. JENNINGS, Chairman. (Miss) ANNIE WEBB BL ANTON, E. R. YORK. November 20, 1920. THE JEWISH; MONITOR CORSICANA NEWS. Lady Was Formerly Well Known Res ident Here. Mrs. Sophia Levy, aged 76 years, widow of the late U. P. Levy, died at the home...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 December 1920

Friday, December, 3l, 1920. - THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven LAMAR 118 Union Transfer Co Moving Vans. Flrt Proof ttorago Baggage Transfer Offloe and Warehouse: 1704 Jmim tract Mention the Monitor In oalllng. THE TASTE TELLS SHAW BROS. Pure Ice Cream ITS QUALITY 8UPREMB Lamar 1S58 FOR THE SMOKER WHO CARB8 JAMES STEPHEN HOGG 7e dlGAR OOOOCXKXXXXXXXXXX asylums, - hospitals- - and children's homes now maintained largely through Amerjcan charity, will have Jo close,", declared Mr. Hoover.', "No ' other natiort In the world an under take this work now and it is up to the American people to handle this hum anitarian problem. The amount asked is only three percent of what the American people spend annually on ice cream sodas, cotmetics, tobacco, etc. "Some countries, such as Roumanla, Serbia and Czechc-Slovakia have made some progress, so that relief work could be lowered, but in Poland and Austria conditions are as bad as ever. The Bolsheviki invasion has thrown Poland back to where it was...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 December 1920

Page Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 81, ION. CHANUKAH CELEBRATION AT . SOCIETY S HOME. ! The advent of Chanukah was cele brated last Sunday evening at the Headquarters of the Hebrew Shelter ing and Immigrant Aid Society of America, 229 East Broadway, New York, in the presence of Mr. John L. Bernstein, President; Mr. Jacob R. Fain, General Manager, and other of ficials and friends of the Society and a number of immigrants temporarily sheltered at the Society's home. The rabbis Jaches and Siegel spoke on the Feast of Chanukah and its application to present day conditions. Their speeches were followed by singing and music which served as a welcome to the wanderers and made them! forget the Bufferings they underwent before arriving to this country. object of devising ways and means to ' help raise the Building Fund of the (Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America at the earliest date possible, will hold its next meeting at the auditorium of the Society, 229 E. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 December 1920

Friday, December 31, 1020. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen EDITORIAL (Continued from Page 8). affords to represent it in court men like Chas. E. Hughes, Alton B.Parker, Wickersham, Louis Marshall, Samuel Untermeyer and Levi Mayer (of Chicago). Ford has made certain charges against a whole people. The bur .den of proof is upon him. He must be made to bring forth his evidence to substantiate these charges. If he fails (as fail he must), he must be punished. Even Ford must be made to un derstand that in this blessed land a character assassin cannot indulge in his pet pastime with impunity. Should it be argued that, because he mentions no names in his whole sale indictment he cannot be hailed into a court of law and made answerable at the bar of justice, then I answer, if that be true, this is not the country I thought it to be and the right as sumed in our Constitution to every citizen to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness' be comes a meaningless phrase. My second suggestion ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 December 1920

Pago Fourteen . . . THE JEWISH MONITOR Mi How Mudh, Bui How LiM?? Like the manufacturer of a product with natioral distribution, your telephone company strives at all times to serve as many people as it possibly can with the highest standard of service its fa' cilities will permit and yet at the lowest rates pos lible. Nation-wide success comes to the manufac turer who gives the greatest value at the lowest price. The working basis of your telephone company is somewhat the same. The successful public utility company strives to give the best service it can at the lowest possible rate. It has come to our attention that some people are under the impression that your telephone company proposes to put into effect greatly increased rates. This is not the case at all. In fact, the percentage of increase is very moderate. For some classes of service the increase is so small it will hardly be noticed. It is not our desire to see how much we can charge you but how little. You the subscriber m...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 December 1920

Friday, December St, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Fifteen FORT WORTH NEWS NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 619, I. 0. B. B., fint and third Wednesdayi of each month at 8 'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. ELI GILBERT, President. DR. MAURICE COIIN, 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 Schtol Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Please Phone News Iten.s to Lamar 5460, Roscdale 5383, or 455. Mr. and Mrs. Sum Breacher are leaving for the Eastern markets, Sun- day, January 2nd, on their spring buy ing trip. They will return the early part of February. Mr. and Mrs. B. A Steinberg, 2524 May street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Blnnchc, to Jack Belcher. Miss Eileen Brodkey of Omaha, Nebr. is the guest of...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 December 1920

Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 Jonas E. Rosenfield. "Dallas is to have something new in the way of an art association with ample financial resources to give the people of the Southwest a cultural service second to none." This statement was made -in an in terview by Jonas A Rosenfield, pres ident of the Kinship Art Association, recently organized with a capital stock of $200,000 divided into 4,000 shares of bommon jtock par value (50 each. "We concern ourselves mainly with the art of expression as an instru ment, not as an end in itself ,for the production of strong character and fine personality in men, women and children. Our cultural service includes the art of expiession, physical study classes, dramatic coaching, play pro duction and the production of art and commercial motion pictures. "Our future plans call for art and commercial motion pictures produced in Dallas, it having been satisfactori ly demonstarated that clear motion picture photography is entir...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 December 1920

Friday, December 31, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seventeen D Westbrook HOTEL Peacock Garden TABLE D'HOTE DINNER ONE DOLLAR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS NOON DAY LUNCHEON SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS Daily Except Sunday ALSO SERVICE A LA CARTE ...The, Season's Greetings For nearly a half century we have been serving the citizens of Fort Worth and surrounding terri tory in the building material line. Each year, at this season, as we look back, we are mindful of the fact that our friends have been responsible for whatever we have accomplished. We feel grateful to know that, as each season has passed, we have been able to see a substantial increase in number to our large list of friends. We have endeavored to deal honestly and court eously with you and you have responded generous ly with your patronage, to our mutual benefit. For your friendship and patronage we express our sin cere appreciation and wish for you a. year of Hap piness and Prosperity during 1921. Wm. Cameron & Co., Inc. FOUR IUILDINO MA...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 December 1920

Page Eighteen PALESTINE FROM DAY TO DAY. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 81, 1920. The American Zionist Medical Unit has volunteered its services gratis for Arab towns where, owing to the spread of disease, the need for doctors is imperative. ' t ' A periodical published in English, Hebrew and French containing sur veys of holy places and antiques of Palestine is being issued by the "Pro Jerusalem" Society, one of the explor ation groups of tint country. f Small merchants and tradesmen of Hebron are particularly benefited by the Loan Fund which was created by the Montefiiore and Relief Commit-, tees to help those who cannot obtain a loan from the bank. It is proposed to charge 3 per cent interest to cover expenses. t Sir Herbert Samuel, British High Commissioner of Palestine has donat ed LE.200 each to the schools of Kej dal and Tulkeram because of the ini tiative shown by these districts in furthering local education. They have collected considerable sums through voluntary cont...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 December 1920

Friday, December 31,' 1920.' THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nineteen 1 r i The Banks of Fort Worth Wish their Patrons and Friends A Very Prosperous New Year Let Your Motto for 1921 Be "Be Thrifty and Save" Fort Worth National Bank F. & M. National Bank Continental Bank & Trust Co. Fort Worth State Bank Texas State Bank First National Bank National Bank of Commerce Guaranty State Bank Exchange State Bank Security State Bank

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 31 December 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 81, 1020. Page Twenty THBJIWISH1I0NIT0R PUBLISH KO WIKKLY BY THB MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. . 'Phana, Lamar MM OR. aiORQI FOX iDITOH tOUIB MOWWlt uslnaai ManasT Officers ' Dr. Qorr Fox FrMidrat Sam LlMhlti.... VlM-Praldnt Louli Morrla gx)rUry-Trwr Th alitor 1 nat raaponatbla for vlawa prtutd by contributor. Anonymous lattara wlU racatva no consideration. Xntered tn tho Fort Worth Poatofflae as eoond Claw Mall Matter by tho Moni tor Publishing Company. i JEVVI8H CALENDAR BM1.1I20 Now Toar'a Eve Bun., Sopt. II Tom Kippur Wed., Sept. II Buocoth (First Day) ....Mon., Bapt 17 Succoth (Last Day Bhlmlnl- AUereth) Mon., Oct. 4 Blmohateh Torah Tuss., Oct. I Roach-Chodeach Chearan Wsd., Oct. II Rotch-Chedeach Kltlev ..Frl., Nov. 11 Chanukah (Fsast of Dodlea- tlon ..) Mon., Doe. J Roseh-Chodssoh Tebsth..8un., ..Doe. 11 Fast of Tsbsth Tuss., Deo. 11 MS1-1M1 Roseh-Chodsseh Bhsbat ....Mon., Jan. 10 Roech-Chodeach Adar Wsd., Fob. I Roecb-Chodeach Vo 'adar . .Frl., M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 January 1921

The i iP. DR. GEORGE FOX . .EDTOP JflK i' 0 H I EC Ml I YX 2 VOL. X. NO. 16. It wu during the midwinter holi days that Abie Landsberg made one of hit rare trips to that section of New York which is at once the delight and despair of the woman shopper. Abie bad no money to spend, and the great windows held little to tempt the envy of a 13-year-old school boy with simple tastes. Although his rather stolid face brightened when he hap pened upon a display of sporting goods. There were basket balls and sweaters and fencing foils; a bob sled, too, with shining runners. But the thing that held Abie's eye the longest was a pair of boxing gloves. Abie already belonged to the Cham pion Boxing Club, whose youthful members, chiefly from Avenue A, daily dreamed of conquests over the young gentlemen whom they disdain fully termed the "Rivington Street Bunch." The club held a pair of tat tered gloves in common. Abie re solved that as soon as ha left school and started earning money like his 17-yea...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 7 January 1921

Page Two J THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, January 7, 1921. Ttltphom cArf M08 Mca rfeflor. Ths, m&lfet Hra 25. Tk litf One of the best known business houses in the United States in a recent adveritisemet presented a chart show ing just what it does with each dollar of its revenue. This concern is nationally known, does business on a large scale and its list of business expense items form a long column. The smallest item on its list was the amount paid for telephone service. In fact, the telephone charge was bo small it could hardly be shown graphically. From each dollar of its revenue only eight-ten-thousandths went for the telephone service. As a comparison with other expenses, it was fonnd that it spent six times the proportion of its dollar that went for telephone service, for twine and eon tainers. Efficiency is the keynote of business today. Everyone is looking for the short cut. We rely on the telephone today and use it to such an extent that many of us seldom stop to think wha...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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