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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

FriJy April 29, 1921 . THE JEWISH MONITOR E Use Mte Swan It T. DENISON 0 17 0 Coffee ROASTED IN DALLAS YOUR GROCER HAS IT Waples-Platter Grocer Company FORT WORTH DALLAS Other Houses in Texas - 17 I. Reinhardt & Son ALL KINDS OF Insurance DALLAS Established 1888 We Give Intelligent Prompt Service Our aim and endeavor is to deal honorably and .fairly at all times with all policyholders; to settle losses quickly without controversy and in general to exhibit a spirit of co-operation and fairness, recognizing at all times the rights of the public and avoiding technicalities. Bailey-Womack Motor Company "Buick Automobiles aod Accessories When Better Automobiles are Built Buick Will Build Them 501-3 Throckmorton St. Lamar 2525 Skillern & Son 1812 Commerce Adolphus Pharmacy 601 Commerce Adolphus Main Lobby 901 Commerce Cigar Stand Adolphus Junior Lobby Cigar Stand AND The Adolphus SPA Dallas' New Select Meeting Place for the Smart Set. Spa drinks, confections, sandwiches, salads, m...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Page Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April J, Ml Texarkana Lodge Texarkana, Tex as. Delegate, R. Farber. -r Emanuel Lodge, Montgomery, Ala. Delegates, Max Rice, Simon Roswald, Jr., Mike Mohr, Liepold Strauss. Esra Lodge, Huntsville, Ala. Dele gate, Simon Patterson. . West Tennessee Lodge, Brownsville, Tenn. Delegate, J. L. Sternberger. Beth Zur Lodge, Mobile, Ala. Dele gates, J. G. Adler, J. M. Friedman, A. G. Moses, M. Jacoby, B. H. Eichold. Abraham Geiger Lodge, Baton Rouge, La. Delegate, E. H. Mayer. Fort Smith Lodge, Fort Smith, Ark. Delegates, Louis Cohen, Max Hopp. Nat StrauBs Lodge, Bristol, Tenn. Delegate, H. J. Simon. Reuben Lodge, Marshall, Texas. Delegate, Sam Kranson. .Barnett Lodge, Forrest City, Ark. Delegates, Louis Barnett, Frank Swartz. Dallas Lodge, Dallas, Texas. Dele gates, Herman Phillipson, J. K. Hex ter, D. A. Eldridge, Max Phillipson, Louis Kleinman, A. Muller, H. S. Sche IQie, Robt Stern, Lawrence Miller. Tri Cities Lodge, Sheffield, Ala. Delegate, J. Spie...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Friday, April 29, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen The Pick of the Pictures and Vaudeville "WHERE THE CROWDS GO" OLD MILL FIRST RUN SUPER FEATURE PICTURES OLD MILL JAZZ BAND 'The Best la the Southwest" MAMMOTH $10,000 PIPE ORGAN QUEEN FIRST RUN SUPER FEATURE PICTURES REFINED ATMOSPHERE THE BEST OF MUSIC COMPLIMENTS OF Hurst Bros Company TEXAS' FINEST CLOTHES SHOP" Main at Field DALLAS TEXAS 4 HIPPODROME Five Acta of . PANTAGES "Coast to Coast" Vaudeville, and FEATURE PICTURES Hippodrome Jazi Orchestra Bargain Matinees 25c; except on Saturdays and Sundays. BILL CHANGES EACH SUNDAY JEFFERSON "The Best for Less Five Acts LOEW VAUDEVILLE Bargain Matinee 25c Except Saturdays and Sundays. BILL CHANGES THURSDAYS AND SUNDAYS CRYSTAL Popular With the People" FIRST AND SECOND RUN PICTURES Compliments of 4 COMPLIMENTS WEBSTER Grocery Co. DALLAS CLEBURNE Compliments of Dreyfus & Son - i a : ' i: .i .: i - : ' . .' IV. -ii COMPLIMENTS . i. . i Heggio's E n mm lira 1TV -SELF u Where You...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Paffe Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 29, 621 Some Rabbis Who Have Helped to Make the L O B B. Here i i i ..... v 4 J Qi'Z Jl H J RABBI EMIL LEIPZIGER New Orleans, La. RABBI ABRAM BRILL Shreveport, La. DR. MAX HELLER New Orleans. DR. MENDEL SILBER New Orleans, La. RABBI J. H. STOLZ Fort Smith, Ark. (. ..- I i -WMMt ' RABBI M. TELLER Tulsa, Okla. -i ; f RABBI SOL KORY Vicksburg, Miss. J p .. w.t..i,Min.,,, wwmj - MAY I 1 L- 11 It 1 RABBI JOSEI;II BLATT Oklahoma City, Okla. DR. WM. FINESHRIBER Memphis, Tann. RABBI SAMUEL MARKS San Anonio, Texas. RABBI H. MERFIELD Monro, La. I r ' r. : ? np7 I DR. GEORGE FOX X Fort WorthrTexal I tf t vv

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Friday, April 29, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR AND BUY MADE GOOD FOR 30 YEARS Casey-Swasey Cigar Company VISITORS TO THE CON VENTION WE EXTEND HEARTY GREETINGS A tiny store in 1858, "Sanger's" it now the largest and most complete house in the Southwest and a household name across the Continent. "No one ever bothers you it Sanger's'' la a cus tomer's remark which every other customer most pleasantly ver ifies. Importunity to purchase is unknown. We have splendid assortments of fashionable apparel for Men, Women and Chil dren. Also artistic Home Furnishings and everything conducive to indoor comfort and outdoor pleasure. There are beautifully appointed retiring, reading, lavatory and waiting rooms, all for use of patrons without charre or question. Sanger's is a store which is perhaps visited daily by more people than any other public institution in the State. All interurbans, but one, pass within one block. It is not neces sary to go to the Interurban Terminal. Just ask the conductor to ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 29, 1821 Some Rabbis Who Have Helped to Make the L O. B. B. Here 1 v. ; RABBI DAVID ROSENBAUM RABBI SAM ROSINGER RABBI MARTIN ZIELONKA DR- HENRY COHEN Austin, Texas Beaumont, Texas El Paso, Texas Galveston, Texas Vr'-Ay-.'.-.f:- III r "; 'f'V! Y.'V : k DR. HENRY BARNSTON " t Houston, Texas RABBI DAVID LEFKOWITZ Dallas, Texas RABBI W. MACnT Waco, Texas RABBI M. FABER Tyler, Texas i ' -4 X- ., v.. , ,,1 I 1 iw If o DR. O. FEIGENBAUM ! San Antonio. RABBI WILLNER Houston, Texas RABBI SIDNEY TEDESCHE San Antonio, RABBI A. E. AMBRAMOWm Fort Worth

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Friday, April 29, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Tage Seventeen - COMPLIMENTS OF W. MALOW1TZ I AN EXCLUSIVE SHOP OF LADIES READY-TO-WEAR A BOOK YOU SHOULD READ tt JEW AND GENTILE' 1010 ELM STREET . DALLAS, TEXAS By PROF. GOTTHARD'dEUTSCH of the . -Hebrew Union College It should be in the library of every man and woman Price $1.50 The Jewish MonitorSWill Be Glad to Take Your .Order. COMPLIMENTS OF The Leader 1212 ELM ST. DALLAS . 805 HOUSTON ST. - FORT WORTH EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED DR. J. KAHN, Optometrist 1410 MAIN ST. DR. M. G. KAHN, Manager 1110 Main Street DALLAS Phone X 2723 1021 Main Street COMPLIMENTS OF Kaplan-Cohen Co. FINE TAILORING DALLAS TEXAS 4 THERE IS ONLY TWO GOOD PLACES TO EAT ONE AT HOME AND THE SECOND AT STERN'S DELICATESSEN and CAFE the most complete line of Imported Canned and Bottled GOODS in the Southwest TRY US ONCE - Phone X-3019 DALLAS, TEXAS Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. 1205 Commece SI. Established 1874 Murphy-liolanz Company REAL ESTATE, LOANS and FI...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Page Eighteen THE JEWISH MONITOR - Friday, April 29, 1921 SOME OF THE TWIN CITY DELEGATES r i L LAWRENCE MILLER President Dallas Lodge and General Chairman of Dallas Committee, j I.. --Ay . i v ..- U. M. SIMON Fort Worth. niw i i iijiii i .M. .....mw mm in . J.K". HEXTER Dallas L 1 j ' L. F. SIIANBLUM Fort Worth. DR. GEORGE FOX Rabbi Beth-El Temple; Editor Jewish Monitor, Fort Worth. OPEN MEETNG FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL CONVENTION District Grand Lodge No. 7, I. 0. B. B Under the Auspices of the Com mittee on Cultural Advancement, Rabbi George Fox, Chairman. Organ Prelude Mrs. J. H. Cauidy. Invocation Rabbi Morris Newfield, Birmingham. Opening Remarks Rabbi George Fox, Fort Worth. Vocal Solo-(a) Eili, Eill, As Noted by M. Shalitt, arranged by Wm. Arms Fisher. (b) Yohrteit Rhea SilberU Lilli Bogcn Morris, Fort Worth Accompanied by Mrs. J. H. Cassidy. Address "Social Service Not ft Fad Sat t Philosophy," Rabbi Emll BARNEY LANDSMAN Fort Worth. Leiptiger, New Orleans. Benediction Rabbi Sol L ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

FridayApril 29, 1021. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pane Nineteen LUCIUS L. SOLOMONS San Francisco, Calif. Tirst Vice President Constitutional Grand Lodge. Lawyer; born San Francisco 1864; graduated University of California; director Jewish Educational Society; president Roumanian Relief Society; director Industrial Removal Office; 'director San Francisco World's Fair Association 1803; director Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum; trustee Na tional Jewish Hospital for Consump tives, Denver ; member Executive ' Committee, National Conference of Jewish Charities; member Board of Delegates on Civil Rights U. A. H. C. Mr. Solomons is a scion of an old Por tuguese family; his great grandfath er was the first regularly ordained rabbi in America and served as such for fifty years in the Spanish-Portuguese Congregation of .New York; his great great grandfather was the founder of the Spanish-Portuguese Congregation of Montreal and the or ganization the Spanish-Portuguese Congregation of Philadelphia was also ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Page Twenty THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 29, 1921 LAWRENCE MILLER President of Dallas Lodge No. 197, In dependent Order B'nai B'rith. Aa President of Dallas Lodge, Mr. Miller is general chairman of Conven tion Committees, having in charge the numerous details of entertaining the delegates and visitors to the annual convention of District No. 7, which is to be held in. Dallas May 1st, 2nd and 3rd. It is a co-incidence that at tht last convention of District No. 7, to be held in Dallas, which was twelve years ago, Mr. Miller was at that time also president of Dallas Lodge. Mr. Miller is active not only in B'nai B'rith work but in other fields of en deavor as well, being President of the Texas State Association of Real Es tate Boards; Supervisor on the Trin ity Levee Board; Secretary of the Ed ucational Board of the Dallas Rotarj Club; member of the Executive Com mittee of the Metropolitan Develop ment Association; Director in the Civic Federation and, United Chari ties, and the li...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Friday, April 29, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Twenty-One BUY IT AT RENFRO'S, 7 Busy Rexall Drug Stores READ MONITOR ADVERTISEMENTS AND PRACTICE THRIFT. Established Year of 1898 Phone Lamar 92? FORT WORTH FISH MARKET CO. G. G. BYUS, General Manager. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FISH, OYSTERS, GAME and CELERY A Complete Line of Imported and Domestic Cheese, Home Dressed Poultry QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION 1208 Houston Street In the selection of your Physician or your Lawyer you get the best. Be just as careful in the placing of your INSURANCE. LET US DO IT; WE KNOW HOW! SELIGMAN, FOSTER & COMPANY Phone L. 179 Texas State Bank Bldg. FORT WORTH, TEXAS Diamonds Watches Art & King JEWELERS Southeast Corner Main at Ninth Private Loan Department Cut Glass Jewelry - : : COMPLIMENTS OF J : r -H-I:L l-l!!-! Lino. I Wm 4 AM0 MOtS TOM 4 i In The Name of The Isadora Strauss Lodge No. 519, 1. 0. B. B. i WE EXTEND i 444( A Most Hearty Welcome to Our Delegate Visitors To Our City May eve...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Page Twenty-Two .THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 29, 1921. EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texas Rabbi Martin Zltlonka Rabbi David Lefkowlti Rabbi David Roaanbaum Rabbi Hanry Cohan Rabbi A. Warna Rabbi A. E. AbramowlU Rabbi Wolfa Maoht Dr. R. Farbar Rabbi Samual Roalngar EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Oklahoma Rabbi Joaaph Blatt Rabbi Morrla Tallar Rabbi Chas. B. Latx Arkanaaa Rabbi Laonard Rothataln Rabbi Joaaph H. Stoli Rabbi A. B. Rhlna Rabbi Jaroma Mark Loulalana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. MarlflaH EDITORIAL RABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor1 The B'nai B nth Convention By the time this reaches the reader, the arrangements for the convention of District No. 7, at Dallas, will have been completed, and delegates will have begun to assemble. It is expected that this will be the largest conven tion in the history of the Dis trict, and it is hoped that it will be. At any rate, Dallas will do its part towards making it the most interesting of recent years. The program so far as arrang ed, is one of routine,...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

THE JEWIIH MONITOR Pt Twtntjr-Tirw ten members bring non-members with them, and then these join the Order. A number of younger men have recently been taken into the Fort Worth lodge, through the B'nai B'rith Lunch eon Club. This club has just undertak en to help worthy Jewish young men and women through college, and a neat sum has already been collected to help a young man who begins his college career this autumn. At this writing Dallas is organizing a B'nai B'rith Luncheon Club, and it is hoped others will fall in line. This is real constructive work in the Order,, and has the endorse ment of President Hexter. Adolf Kraus and A. B. Seelenfreund Friday, April 39, 1921 ADOLF KRAUS, PRESIDENT CONSTITUTIONAL GRAND LODGE Since our convention met last another quinquennial conven tion has been held. The dele gates met at Cleveland and there deliberated several days. The three most important things un der deliberation, were the en largement of the work of the Anti-Defamation League, the a...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 29, 1921 Pago Twenty-Four . : . . SEGUIN NEWS.. Mrs. Max Fomeranz spent Tuesday shopping in San Antonio. Mr. Louis Pomeranz and Alex Pom eranz made a successful business trip to San Antonio on the 14th, closing a contract with Rev. Solomon for Matzos, wherewith to furnish the Jewish people of Seguin. Mr. Prepstein of Philadelphia is spending the Jewish holidays with the Max Pomeranz family. Mr. Jake Dodic of San Antonio spent Thursday in Seguin. Clarence Freeman is attending th Fiesta in San Antonio. Mrs. Alex Pomeranz is spending the Easer holidays in San Antonio with her mother, Mrs. S. Reich. Those attending the American Leg ion Dance at the Country Club Satur day were Bertha Rednick, Rose Reich man, Mary and Micky Pomeranz, Mr. and Mrs. Max Pomeranz, Mr. Reed, Dave Reichman, Ben Reuben, Phil Liebman and George Crapps. Mrs. Harry Schlader left for Cali fornia where she will join her hus band. Mrs. Leo Guggenheim of Houston visited Mrs. D. R. Adler...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Twenty-Five "Pipp's Weekly" Exposes Ford's Private Secretary Friday, April 29, 1921. E. G. Pipp, former editor of "The Detroit News," later one of the founders and editors of the "Dear born Independent," in an address be fore members of Pisgah Lodge No. 84, I. 0. B. B., Monday evening, re counted in detail the facts underly ing the anti-Semitic campaign being conducted by order of Henry Ford, and incidentally offered the reasons for his own resignation from the publication. . Mr. Pipp followed his address with a reprinting in "Pipp's Week ly" of current issue. His statement is appended. . What Started Ford Against the Jews E. G. Liebold was talking. He was talking to Henry Ford. Mr. Liebold is Mr. Ford's private secretary. Mr. Liebold titled back his chair, unbuttoned his coat, put his thumbs into the armholes of his vest, ex panded his chest, and said; "Mr. Ford, YOU don't have to think; YOUR thoughts come to you like a flash, from a sub conscious mind, and ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Twenty-Six longer, and made nine or ten thou sand dollars on it and when Eng land wanted more tractors he wouldn't let them pay through the House of Morgan, but let them send the money to Cork where he was building a tractor plant But the Jews ia the House of Mor gan didn't start Mr. Ford against the Jews. He had expressed him self as against them long before that, and I argued with him about it long before I went with him, long before the Dearbon Independent was started, but I did not realize how strong a hold it was getting on him. Mr. Ford may really feel that it is one of those thoughts that come to . him suddenly from some supernatur al source. Liebold calls it a "sub-conscious mind." Ford, plainer in terms, calls it a "hunch." Cameron now calls it, "Mr. Ford's uncanny way of divining tye truth." Censors Ford's Correspondence. Mr. Ford's "hunch" did not come in "uncanny" fashion from a "sub conscious" mind. It came from a mind very con scious of what was...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Friday, April 29, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Twenty-Seven time of the early days of hit power when attacked by his enemies he tried to hide behind the Jews and distract attention from himself and his chosen emperor by pointing: the finger of sus picion toward the Jews. Many Jewish SoNiera. Another thing:, there were many Jews in the ranks of the Allies, and they proved good fighters, despite the fact that they are temperamentally a peace loving people and have an herid itary feeling against war. Universally that feeling was overcome by their also heritary feeling of love for coun try and they rallied to the flag of their country here and elsewhere, as statistics and individual cases prove. Which fact did not in any way les sen the German propaganda against the Jews. But what has the German propagan da to do with Mr. Liebold and Mr. Ford and the attack of the Ford pa per on the Jews? When I went with Mr. Ford to edit his paper, it was with a distinct un derstanding that I was to b...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

0 Page Twenty-Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 29, 1621 had a pleasing countenance, was a most interesting talker, and very plausible. He said he waa out there with Mr. Liebold, working together with Mr. Ford on a publicity plan to properly present Mr. Ford to the American public and to the whole world. Hia views on this Jewish question coincid ed with Liebold's or Liebold'i with his. Rumley and Liebold were about the plant together, talking and conferring going here and there, seeing Mr. Ford now and then, and the fellows about the place were saying: The Lord help Ford." But one could not escape a realiza tion of the fact that Liebold and Rumley were very close. During the recent Rumley trial, that resulted in Rumley's conviction, an effort was made to find Mr. Ford and call him as a witness in the case. Considerable was made of the fact that they could not find Mr. Ford. If you are going to beat back the Ford propaganda against the Jew, don't try it on any other basis than t...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Friday, April 29, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Twenty-Nine The Future of The B'nai B'rith A paper read before the Grand Lodge Session of District No. 2 at Louis ville, Ky. By Joseph Leiser. The call for a new program, some thing -definite to do is the loudest note in our altruistic international order of B'nai B'rith and soon or late every member who cherishes the venerable name, Ben B'rith, will be concerned in ascertaining what role our organi ation is destined to play in the dra matic unfolding of the future. The world-transforming events through which we have passed will not cast us for the same part as that performed so creditably by our sires. To us is as signed a new character, in the dram atis personae of humanity. He is in deed benighted who does not realize that great changes have taken place in the world. The great motives dom inating man, religion, education, in dustry have shifted their view points. The religious outlook is different. This is so common place an observa...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 April 1921

Page Thirty THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, April 29, 1921 established to Americanize them. Evening schools, unknown to our fathers, have been provided the new comer. Educational alliances have been endowed to bridge the chasm between Europe and America, In ad dition to these are correspondence courses and public lectures while the trades unions are now preparing to open colleges for their members. These means are available today and undertake to do for the immigrant what our fathers obtained in the lodge room. Granted that we are still under ob ligation to provide for the widow and orphan, for old age and sickness. It is admitted that our hospitals will re quire our financial and moral support. But the social conscience of the age has been stimulated to a high degree and the burden of supporing those who have been stricken will not rest so heavily upon us in the future be cause state health insurance will soon be enacted in all states of the union. The trades unions are now providing sa...

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