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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 November 1919

Friday, November 28, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Tfcm THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS REDEEMING THE ERRING. Rabbi Jacob I. Meyerovitz, of Con gregation B'nai Jeshurun, Leaven worth, Kansas, who for two years has been active in co-operating with the activities of the Department of Syna gog and School Extension, among the various prisons in his vicinity, reports of his work in part, as follows: "Leavenworh, Kansas, has the du bious distinction of being the prison center of America. There are four in stitutions in its vicinity. Two of these belong to the state; the others are of national importance. At the Industrial Farm for Women there ore none who are Jewish; the State Penitentiary at Lansing contains four Jews, two of who are serving sentences for life. No regular work is carried on here. We tee to it that they have Mutzoth for Passover; and on the High Holidays and also on Passover they are per mitted to come to our Temple in the company of the Chapluin, If they so desire....

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. — 28 November 1919

1 Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 28, 1919. NEWS FROM DALLAS I Mr. and Mrs. Heiman Friedman, who were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. T. M. Friedman, 2311 Forest avenue, have returned to their home in Shreveport. Mrs. E. M. Kahn and Miss Marie Kahn are visiting in Waco. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Blumenthal and children, who have been visiting Mrs. J .A. Shayn for the past month, left Sunday for their home in New Orleans. Miss Helen Rothenberg of Kansas City is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Sanger on South Ervay street. Miss Edith Beekman of Natchez, Miss, is visiting Mrs. Florence Beek man. Mrs. Jack Smith entertained in hon. or of the debutantes of the season and members of the young married set Thursday afternoon with a flower tea at the Adolphus. Miss Beatrice Wertheimer, one of the debutantes, has as her guest for the social season, Miss Leona Baer of Pensacola, Fla. Friends of Miss Beatrice Wertheim er gathered informally at her home on Saturday night to meet her guest, Miss Baer...

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. — 28 November 1919

Friday, November 28, 1919. REIGN.OP TERROR IN HUNGARY. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fivs Crjr of Bolshevism Raised Against (7 Jews by Prime Minister Frederich of Hungary, Who Uses Chris tian Socialist Party, Priests and Students Against Them. A reign of terror instituted in Hun gary against the Jews by Stefan Frederick, Prime Minister is described in a recent issue of tne "Manchester K;j (En&) Guardian." Out of the chaos f resulting from the Bolshevist confus ionfirst Red, then white "the latter by far the crueller," has emerged this Stefan-Frederich, a man with "no fix ed political views," who has "coquet, ted with socialism, who will turn again whenver a favorable wind prom ises to fill his sails towards personal success." "The terror immediately followed. A - 1 . . ... - na oruer was placarded by the Rou manians as they advanced instructing the population to report all Bolshev iks. This was taken advantage of by the White elements, and a general de nunciation began. AH that one had to ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 November 1919

Six THE JEWISJ MONITOR Friday, November 28, 1919. OUR WEEKLY LETTER FROM NEW YORK. Trouble with the Ukrainian Commis sion Operettas in the Jewish Theatres Will the "Movies" Take Away From the Jewish Stage a Great Force? The affairs of the commission that is to go to the Ukraine to investigate the pogroms are not running as smoothly as was expected at the be ginning. .The commission was selected that not all members of the Joint Distribution Committee, however, will get the permission to send the Com mission, whose members will wear the American uniform to show that they are under the protection of the United States government. Now the difficulty begins. The Uk raine has no government which is rec ognized by America. The Jewish com mission will therefore have to use much tact and assume a great res ponsibility, in the performance of its tasks there in order not to create any diplomatic difficulties; and it appears that not all all members of the Joint Distribution Committee favor all...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 November 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Sevan Friday, November 28, 1910. gates and guests are expected. An out line of the program and the plans will be printed later. One of the features of this conven tion in Boston will be the announce, ment of the winners of the Brandeis Prize Essay Contest of $100. The judges, Prof. Felix Frankfurter, Prof. Mordecai M. Kaplan and Prof. David Amran are now picking out the three best essays from among the very en couarging harvest of this year. The essay of the winner and a few note worthy essays will be printed in Kad imah, the I. Z. A. Annual. The contest for 1919-1920 will be formally opened at the convention, when the list of subjects and the names of the judges will be announced. A meeting of the New York Inter varsity Zionist Council took place on November 10th. Representatives from very New York Collegiate Zionist So ciety were present. The formation of a Collegiate Zionist Chapter at the Bellevue Medical School was hailed with a great deal of satisfaction. Me...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 November 1919

Eifht THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 28, 1919. I EDITORIAL & I OUR ILLS. Some one asked us when this perverted economic condition of ours will end; when the dollar will revert to its normal value; when labor will be less scarce ; when indus trial conditions will settle. The question is the most momentous before the American people just now and rightly so. A vicious circle has been formed and the business is growing from bad to worse. Soon there will be another rise in coal and as soon as the railroad employes receive their increase in wages, everything will have to go up, be cause higher freight rates mean an increase in the commodities that are shipped. As soon as prices go up, wages will have to take another jump, and there you are again. In the meantime the rise in wages is not as high in proportion as the rise in the ne cessities of life. There is an unequal strug glewith the result that dissatisfaction is growing all around us. Now it may not be just the province of a ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 November 1919

Friday, November 28, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR NiM CONCRETE WORK IN PALESTINE The Zionist Commission Gives a De tailed Review of What It Has Done in Palestine Since it Began Functioning. Taking advantage of criticisms which have been levelled against it from time to time, the Zionist Admin istrative Commission has issued a which have been leveled against it has done since it began functioning in 1918. The statement deals with the loans made by the commission, the medical help it has extended, its ac tivities, its aid to the orphans, and religious institutions, the establish ment of workshops and the like. Touching on the loans it has made the commission points out without re peating figures already published that in August last it granted in Jerusalem alone, L (E), 7,438.75 on good securi ty and for commercial purposes. Many of the loans were given to men of the new Yishub, Ruch as teachers, etc. The Commission cannot be charged with having caused demoralization by in troducing loans...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 November 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Ti'f THE UNSUCCESSFUL POGROM IN BUKHAREST. Jewish Soldiers Organize a Guard to Drive Away the Pogrom Bandits By Leo Wolfson. The King of Roumania and many Roumanian statesmen have repeated ly stated to me with a certain pride that pogroms were never made upon the Jews in Roumania. Unfortunately this statement is not true. Pogroms were made there upon the Jews in the months of October and November 1918. I shall give here a detailed ac count of the pogrom in Bukharest, the capital of Roumania, which occurred on the 11th of November, 1918, and lasted three days. This occurred during the time of the armistice. The German armies which at that time had occupied two-thirds of Roumania including Bukharest, de. cided to withdraw. In a Bukharest newspaper, on November 2nd, appear ed the rumor that a pogrom was be ing organized. The next day the same paper printed a leading article entitled "A Trying Moment," which warned the government to prevent the po grom upon the Jews, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 November 1919

Friday, November 28, 1919. era broke skulls, hands and feet, and beat them up as best they could. A great number of the bandits fell on the streets unconscious. They never expected such a deal; they lost their heads and did not know what to do. They made another attempt, but they could accomplish nothing because the Jews were everywhere beating them mercillessly. With wild, desperate shouts, they took to their heels. As they ran through the Jewish streets the Jewish defense companies encoun tered them and greeted them with blows. The bandits barely escaped with their lives. Many of them were left with fractured skulls, broken hands and feet almost dead on the streets. The command of the defense then organized patrols on the Jewish streets, and not a single Gentile could go through them without permission of the sentry. On the next day the ban dits were reorganized, and again at tacked the Jewish districts, in larger numbers, but they met with the same fate. David J. David, a Jewish ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 November 1919

Twelv THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 28, 1919. MM .Do Producing Royalties Pay Big Dividends? HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO RECEIVE THIS ROYALTY CHECK? THIS CHECK IS IN RWMENTOf OUR 1 1860-p HUMBLE Oil & REFINING COMPANY B381 -VOUCHER No. ENDORSEMENT OF SAME WlU BE SUFFICIENT RECEIPT. - Check Ho.. P IIocstox.Tkxas,. NOV 141919 AY TO THE .v ORDEROr.....ff.M..p4BD, V.V. BOOM f7 DUNDEE BLDG., FT. WORTH ,'TiSXA3. f $ 8,102.88 TO THE Hu4RCq.$8I0282$$Q IIimhlkOil & fOMAI8-20M The EquiialU Trust Co., of New York. i COUNTrnSICNI D llywss J Orfl VAX Y The above is a photographic reproduction of a check received by Mr. Wm. Heard, present owner of the HEARD-BRIXTON SYNDICATE in payment of one-fourth royalty on the D. C. Davis 51 1-2 acres for oil run off this property from August 7th to September 27th. The Heard-Britton Syndicate IS NOW ACTUALLY EARNING AT THE RATE OF APPROXIMATELY 70 PER CENT ANNUALLY FROW ROYALTIES Producing Wells In the Famous Ranger-Desdemona Fields INCLUDING THE COMAN...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 November 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirtota Friday, November 28, 1919. CITATION BY PUBLICATION IHti BTAlE OF TKXA8 To the Sheriff or any Constable of Tar rant Cvuuly greeting: You are hereby commanded, that by mak ing publication of thii citation in aome newspaper published in the county of Tar rant lor tour conaeculive week, previous to the return day hereaf, you summon Joseph Crawfurd. whose. renll.nce is un known, to be and appeBr before the J un ties'! Court of Precinct No. 1, Tarrant County, Texaa, at a regular term thereof, to be hohlcn at my office in the city of Fort Worth, on the 2llth day of December. 1819, at i o'clock p. m it beinir the 3th day of December, 11)19. then nnd there to aniwer the suit of tint Nutioiiul Hunk of Fort Worth, Texaa, a corporation, f ileal in aaid court on the 22nd day of September, 1019. against the aaid Joseph II. Cruwfurd, for the aum of One Hundred Seventy live and no 100 dollars, besides, intereat, mats and attorney's fee, instituted upon a cus tomer's drnf...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 November 1919

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Fridajr, November 28, 1919. JERUSALEM PRINTING WORKS BUYS LAND. The Jerusalem Printing Works As sociation (Mr. Leon Zolotkoff, Chi cago, secretary) received information from the Palestine branch of the As lociation (the former Petrograd So ciety, Kiriath Sepher, headed by Mr. J. L. Goldberg and Mr. Solomon Saltz. man) that the sub-committee in quest of a site for the building is about to conclude the purchase of a tract of land 420 meters front on the north side of Jerusalem. Mr. Benzion Guini, the constructive engineer of the municipality of Jeru salem prepared the plans for the building in grand oriental style. The American Committee of the Associa tion on receiving the plans submitted them to Mr. Louis Horwich, an Ameri can constructing engineer, who is an expert on buildings for priting estab lishments for the purpose of revising the plans of Mr. Guini and bringing them more in accord with the Ameri can conception of a modern printing house. In a lett...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 November 1919

Friday, November 28, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen WICHITA FALLS. Mrs. Sam Kruger and children left last week for Galveston, where they will spend the remalncer of the win ter. Mrs. A. R. Mills and daughter, Bet ty of Los Angeles, Cal., left last week for Dajlas, after a visit with Miss Rose Riesenberg. Mrs. Charles Kahn of Fort Worth has returned to her home after a de lightful visit with her sisters, Mes dames L. Cohen and Kleinman. Mr. U. M. Cerf, circulation manager of the Jewish Monitor of Fort Worth, was In the city recently on business. Mr. Adolph Cohen Bpent last week in Dallas, where he took the 3nd degree in Masonry. Miss Pearl Goldstucker of Tyler has come here to make this her home. Miss Goldstucker is with Mr. and Mrs. H. Goldstucker of Kemp Kort. Mr. H. B. Morris and mother left last week for San Francisco. Mr. Mor ris will undergo a slight operation be fore his return. Mrs. Leo Markowitz is greatly im proved after being confined to her bed for the last three weeks....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 28 November 1919

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. til Weet Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Toxm 'Phono, Lamar 5460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Butlneat Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, November 28, 1919. MAXIMILLIAN HARDEN'S ZUN-KUNFT. The German Jews and the War. That Germany, in spite of all her vicissitudes and reverses, could never suffer military defeat, is a lengend that must be maintained at all costs, says Maximillian Harden, in a recent article. The dauntless editor of the Berlin "Zunkunft," who all through the war criticized consistently the dis astrous course of the militarists and imperialists, declares that Germany now seeks to lay her failure to win the war at the door of certain un named traitors at home who stabbed in the back a conquering army when it was but a nose-length away from victory. Once more, he says, a scape, goat is necessary, and once more, the age-old slogan, "The Jews are to blame," is heard on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 December 1919

v . M r -S -II li ' V W i I BE Mi I EE DP. GEORGE' FOX.. EDITOP (DR. GEORGE FOX, President 8AM LIPSHITZ, Vice-President V (LOUIS MORRIS, Seo'y-Treas. I 1 The editor If not responsible for vie we j expressed by contributors. Anonymous 'letters will receive no consideration. ) I I Entered In the Fort Worth Postoffloe ' Second Clime Mall Matter by the Men- lltor I'ubllihlns; Company. VOL. VIII. NO. 12 FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1919. Price $1.60 Per Year. FOREIGN ( DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS JEWISH PROFITEERS TO BE EXCOMMUNICATED. Vienna, (By I. J. P. B.) Jewish profiteers who buy up relief nupplies sent from America, hold the food for speculation, and then sell it later on a high price, are to be excommuni cated from the Jewish religion. A proclamation to that effect has been given out by the Grand Rabbi of Aus tria, Professor Hirsh Chayes, in the name of the rabbis of this country and of Galicia. JEWISH WELFARE BOARD. Announcement of the Intention of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 December 1919

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 5, 1919. fort worth newsI NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straui Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. L. M. MILLER, President. ELI GILBERT, Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El, 6th and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Saturday morning, 11 o'clock, Sunday morning, 11:15. Sab bath School, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, and Sunday at 10:00. Synagogue Ahavath Sholem. Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Satur day morning, 8 o'clock. Sabbath school Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Simon of Denver were the honorary guests at a beautiful ten course dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Art. Mrs. Simon was presented with a lovely cut glass candy jar. Mrs. Simon will leave for her home Sunday. After the din ner the party enjoyed the evening at the Majestic and from there they went to Joseph's where light refresh ments were seived. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 December 1919

Friday, December 5, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Tfcm act favorably upon the proposal made by the Palestine Mizrachi to purchase a tract of land and buildings at Jeru salem, for the f(um of $100,000 for the purpose of establishing there an insti tution for higher Jewish learning. The conference further resolved to propose to the World Conference that the World Mizrachi Organization en ter into negotiations with all other Orthodox Organizations such as the "Agudas Israel," and others, the con vention of which organizations will be held at Amsterdam in January in or der to enlist their co-operation in the work of re-habilitating Palestine. It war also decided to recommend to the Mizrachi World Organization that there be established in Palestine, an information Bureau, directed by able, energetic, and expect business men for the purpose of supplying first hand data to all those who are about to en gage in commercial and Industrial en terprises in Palestine. The members of the Commission to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 December 1919

.Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, December 5, 1919. I NEWS FROM DALLAS Thanksgiving Celebration. A musical program wast rendered Thanksgiving morning at the Labor Temple by the children of the He brew School of Dallas. Miss Bertha Goldsmith at the piano and Miss Sel ma Goldsmith with the violin, accom panied the school in the singing of the National anthems. Master Eli Feld man and Miss Clara Morris enter, tained with piano solos. Mr. Victor H. Hexter and Mr. Chas. Blumenthal, principal of the cphool, addressed the audience of children and parents, after which 125 children were treated to the movies. Mr. Marian Levy of Galveston spent the Thanksgiving holidays with his family, who are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Liebman, 711 Brow der street. Elmer Abrahams has gone to St. Louis to visit his mother. Miss Janice Barneit of St. Louis if) the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Alfred Roos for the winter. Miss Hortense Harris is visiting Mrs. M. Hirschfieldcr of Waco. Mrs. Helen Loeb and daug...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 December 1919

Friday, December 5, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fiv THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS NEW MEMBER OF FEDERATION. "Good Jews are virtually knocking at our doortt for admission to our con gregation and our temple is not large enough for us to admit them," With these words, in his annual message, Dr. D. W. Edelman, presi dent of B'nai B'rith Congregation at Los Angeles, Cal., emphasized the need of a new temple. It is believed that the congregation would grow from its present size of 400 members in the year following its occupancy of a larger building. Further requirements for a new temple are seen in the lack of facilities in the religiouii school to fully accom modate its enrollment of 275 pupils. The methods of instruction in this school are modern and corrcspondin ly. The teachers, all of whom have either a normal school training or its equivalent in experience, are required to prepare their lessons in advanc af ter consulting with the Rabbi of the congregation, and to submit ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 5 December 1919

Six THE JEWISJ MONITOR Friday, December 6, 1919. I. 0. B. B. HOLDS BIG CELEBRA TION IN MEMPHIS, TENN. By Joseph M. Samfield. "I tell you my friends, the rejection of the peace treaty which was done to death at Washington last Wednesday showed the basest ingratitude to our great leader whom we followed into a war which America fought for no other purpose than to bring peace to the whole world." Thus spoke A. Leo Oberdorfer of Birmingham, Ala., grand president of District Grand Lodge No. 7, Indepedent Order of B'nai B'rith, at the Popular Avenue Temple Sunday night in an impass ioned address as part of the program of the Sixtieth anniversary of the Memphis B'nai B'rith lodge. It was in the course of his remarks relating to the patriotism of the Am erican Jew that Mr '.Oberdorfer bitter ly condemned the rejection of the peace treaty. Continuing he said, "these expressions are my individual feelings and are not intended as the expressions of any other particular in dividual or of the gr...

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