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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 January 1920

Friday January 2 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOE I NEWS FROM DALLASl F. R. A. C Junior Club. Mr. Max Kaufman was first to or- iginate the F. R. A. C. Junior Club anI nrUk L. -. -J XT. B Rosenstock Sol Kaufman Sam Rush- nefsky gave a successful dance at the Lake Cliff Pavilion on December '15. All funds 'were turned over to the building fund of the First Rou- manian Austrian Congregation. It is the aim of this Club to con- tinue under the name of the F. R. A. C. Junior Club and will hold itsj meetings at its club rooms 1421 Po cahontas street. The following officers were elect- ed on December 22 1919: Sam Rushnefsky President. Max 0. Kaufman Treasurer. Harry B. Rosenstock Secretary. The next meeting of the F. R. A. C. Junior Club will be held at its club rooms at 1421 Pocahontas street Sunday afternoon at 2:30. All young men wiqhing to join this club can do so by being present at this meeting. Dr. Charles Blumenthal has been unanimously elected honorable presi- dent of this club. Mr. and Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 January 1920

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday January 2 1920. CORSICANA. Mrs. Irving Frankfort and children of Waco are the guests of S. Daniels and family. FORT WORTH BUSINESS DIRECTORY One of the most enjoyable affairs of the season was the dance held on the night of December 25th at the K. of P. Hall. Invitations having been is- sued tpon brought returns as was ev- idenced from the large number of out-oT-town guests who were present. ' About thirty couples participated in this lovely affair. Everybody was at their best and with splendid music and floor time only passed too quickly for the dancers. It was not until the small hours of the morning when "Home Sweet Home" was rendered. Among the out-of-town guests were: Mioses T- n t. nr.... T ..: uuiuujy jvuseuuiai vvatu uuuioc Goldman Calvert; Rose Miller Dal- las; Messrs.. Morris Ablon Dallas; Max Glazier Dallas; Charlie Schwarz Dawson; S. Liebman New York; Uriah Cerf Fort Worth; Mrs. H. Sackman of New York City. Miss Gladys Samuels arrived home f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 January 1920

THE JEWISH HONITOl IPT! Seven ) Friday January 2 1920. . . TYLER. r. One of the most attractive affairs during the. holidays was the . dance given by Miss .Celia Goltenternek for her victors Misses' Jennette Ginsburg and Ida Greines of Fort "Worth. The home already beautiful was made ' more so by the use of cut flowers. Sev. eral novelty dances added to the pleas- ure of the evening after which a two . course luncheon was served to about fifteen couples. Mrs. Leo Goldstucker was hostess at a 6 o'clock breakfast on Friday in honor of her daughter Miss Pearl Goldfjtucker pt Wichita Falls. The .-following were present: Misses Pearl Goldstucker Celia Goldstucker Ida Greines and Jennette Ginsburg of Fort Worth Marion and Beatrice Goldstuc- ker and Messrs. Joe Emold of Wichi- ta Falls and Mike Goldstucker. A splendid affair was the Chanukah entertainment given by the Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Achavath ' Achim. The play "Jacob's Dream" rendered by the Sabbath School chil- dren in Y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 January 1920

Eight Friday January 2 1920. m lEDITQRIALl Ml WHAT AILS THE B'NAI B'RITH. i: Wie have received the follow- . ing letter from the Chairman of ' the Survey Committee of the Constitutional Grand Lodge of the 1. 0. B. B. We are reprinting it here minus the name of the . gentlemen because we believe that the matter under discussion is not only one that concerns those immediately interested but one that concerns every . member of the Order and every prospective member that is to say every Jew who is worthy of becoming a member. We are not appending the name of the gentlemen who wrote us as we have not received ; his permission to use it. Dr. George Fox ; Fort Worth Texas. Dear Sir and Brother: The Executive Committee of the Constitutional Grand Lodge has 1 appointed a Committee on Surrey of the Order with the view of assembling data ideas and plans and utilizing same in advancing the usefulness of the Independ- ent Older B'nai B'rith in the ser- vice of the Jewish people and hu. inanity. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 January 1920

'SMda. Js.nua.rv 2 19M THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine and in the cause he emulates himself. - Mr. Seelenfreund is a man of hard work and intense annlirA- tion. He is one of those "laborers in the vineyard" of the Order ' who does what he believes to be -the right thing no matter what others think. He has made some critics but who that is worth while has not? Our Order has made progress and will continue to make prog- ress but we need a definite orientation. We need a concrete object to work for. We need to make every member a partner through concrete tasks in what the Order is doing. We need a more representative member- ship even at the risk of a smaller membership. We hope that the survey will be productive of results. As for ourself we feel that no human being and no human institution is perfect and when the proper time comes we shall be happy to see Adolf Kraus again the presi- dent of our Order. ANNOUNCEMENT. Be lure and attend the Smoker given by hidor Straus Lodge No. 519 I. 0. B. B...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 January 1920

Ten i Til J1WI8I MONITOR Friday January 2 1920. "ABRAM ANTICS.". By Abram of Mart Texas. Oh how we Jews rejoice in the birth of the Savior. If you don't be lieve it you ought to come and see us eating turkey and mince pie and sing- ing Christmas songs. But oh how some of us Jews deny we killed and crucified Him. In the name of all the Israelites we are not guilty. Santa Claus has left Mart but the bill collector isj here yet Christmas comes but once a year but pay day comes every first of the month. The way George Bailey of the Hous- ton Post keeps on hammering and pounding at the whiskey and beer dealers we come to the conclusion that he himself was once a 32d degree boo- zer. We don't care just so he doesn't cuss. A person who haq good thoughts in his mind and good words in his heart and don't tell his fellowman is just as bad as a miser that has gold and silver buried or hidden doesn't use it himself and won't let others use it We are always glad Santa Claus came and hate to rpe ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 January 1920

Friday January 2 1620. . Women suffrage agitates palestine. Opposition to Women Voting Terapor- arily Postpones Balloting for Members of Elected Assembly Strong opposition by certain ortho- dox elements in Palestine including the "Mizrachi" to women voting has resulted in Dr. Weitzmann and M. M. Ussishkin of the Zionist Administra- tive Commission reluctantly consent- ing to the temporary postponement of elections for the "Asefath Nivchorim" (Elected Assembly) to deal with questions of internal administration. While giving their consent the two loaders in no uncertain terms made clear their disapproval of the opposi- tion and that the postponement was merely temporary. The elections would be held within the next three or four months said Mr. Ussishkin speaking for himself and Dr. Weitzmann and then women would be permitted to participate and a worthy assembly would be elected. The same opposition had compelled the abandonment of the original plan to create a "Constituent Awembly" to...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 January 1920

Twelve .'. V. .. - ' . WICHITA FALLS. Misses Bernice Dan and Regiha Kahn of Fort Worth have returned to their homes after a ten day visit with Mesdames Kleinman and Lazarus Cohen. Misrj Perl Goldstucker has returned from a visit to Tyler. Eugene Segall is in New Orleans attending the Pi Pau Pi Fraternity Conclave. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paul leave Sat- urday for New York. Mr. J. Emil has returned from Tyler where he spent the holidays. Mrs. Sam Kruger has as her house guests her mother Mrs. Feldman of Fort Worth Miss Esther Weber and Mrs. Sandler of Fort Worth. Mis:i Schwartz of California has been the guest of her sister Mrs. Jake Cohen. Jack Ginsburg is spending the holi- days in Chicago. Mr. Leo Simon is in Chicago. Mr. Charles Sherwin Is in Dallas. J. C. Simmons spent the holidays in Ardmore. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lyons are vis- iting relatives in Houf(ton. Mrs. A. Zundleowitz visited in Dal- las recently. Mrs. A. Horowitz is visiting in Fort Worth. Adolph Cohen is in Fort Worth. Alex ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 January 1920

Friday January 2 1920. - SAVINGS DIVISION U. S. TREASURY. ' (Continued from 5) tut of Banking. The latter at its re- cent convention in New Orleans adap- tion of Thrift develop a higher type of individual and increases the eco- nomic strength of the nation; we "We especially pledge ourselves to reaus and departments of the govern- ment and also other organizations or agenciet) as are engaged in . promot- ing public' and private thrift J in co-operation with the several btu' support and work for the success of the thrift plans being made for the week beginning January 7 1920 by THE JIWI8H MONITOR Thirteen the War Loan Organization of the treasury department UP-TO-THE MINUTE OIL NEWS FROM TEXAS FIELDS Get your name on our mailing list We are watching developments and will furnish you this information. WITHOUT COST TO YOU WRITE FOR IT UP-TO-THE-MINUTE OIL NEWS. Suite 129 Oil Operator's Bldg. Ft Worth Tex. Commencing Sunday 'ROUND THE TOWN WITH THE TOWN ' ROUNDER LETS GO Owen Moore in P...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 January 1920

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR IN THE FIELD OF JEWISH LABOR The Differences Between the New1 York Cloakmakers' Union and the Manufacturers' Association The Strike of the Drug Clerks The Strike of the Capmakers Partly Settled. By Elias Lieberman. (Copyright by I. J. P. B.) The demand of the cloakmakers for a general increase of 30 per cent over their present wage.'i was set before the manufacturers December 3rd by the Joint Board of the Cloakmakers' Union of New York.. Although the manufacturers expect- ed that the Union would make new demands they were not prepared to have these demands take the form of a request for a 30 percent increase. Tuesday December 3rd was the date of the first conference between the Union and the Cloak and Suit Manufacturers Protective Association. Ceneral Manager Morris Zigman of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union headed the group consisting of the chief leaden of the Cloakmakers' Union. The Manufac- turers were represented by their ex- ecutive ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 January 1920

Friday January 2 1920. time it appeared that it was to bo con- ducted on an industrial basis. The graduate pharmacists and clerks mar- ched side by side with the negro por- ters of the stores. But such harmony did not last long. The difference be- tween the two soon began to be felt and as usual it led to no great spirit of unity between the strikers. The remaining striker are now re- turning to the stores under non-union conditions. In spite of the fact that the union officers declare that the strike was not entirely successful the situ- ation of the drug clerks has been im- proved by the strike. Willingly or un- willingly the proprietors will have to increase the salaries of their employ- ees. i . The q'rike of the millinery workers of New York lasted almost thirteen "weeks. Nearly 14000 workers took part in it. The principal issues of the strike were a 44-hour working week an increase in wages and therecogni- tion of the Frame Makers' Union. From the beginning the Union has sough...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 January 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday January 2 1020. y$&S&$P Sixteen .v' . . THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 Wert Eleventh St. Fort Worth Texas 'Phone Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX ..EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS Bualneia Manager U. M. CERF Circulation Manager ' ' qCjfefr ... JEWISH CALENDAR. vx 5680-1919 ; JS. New Tear'a Eve Wed. Sept. 24 Yom Klppur Sat. Oct. 4 8uccoth 'First Day) Thurs. Oct. 9 Succoth (Last Day Shemlnl Atzereth) Thura. Oct. 18 Slmchath Torah Friday Oct. 17 Roech-Chodeech Ches van. .Friday Oct. 24 Rosch-Chodesch Klslev. .Sunday Nov. 23 Chanukah (Feast of Dedication) . Wed. Dec. 17 Rosch-Chodesch Tebeth ....If on. Dec. 22 5680-1920 Fast of Tebeth Thurs. Jan. 1 Rosch-Chodesch Shebat. . . .Wed. Jan. 21 Rosch-Chodesch Adar Thurs. Feb. 19 Purlm (Feast of Esther). .Thurs. Mar. 4 Rosch-Chodesch Nissan Sat. Mar. 20 Passover (Feaach) Bat. April I Passover (Eighth Day) ....Bat. April 10 Rosch-Chodesch Iyar Sun. April IS Laj b 'Omer Thurs. May t Rosch-Cho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 9 January 1920

- f raw . iv Jill W I DP. GEOPGE F0X..ED1T0P I Ht'Mi it g i j lading Jewish as (DR. GEORGE POX Prtctdsnt I (8AM LIPBHITZ VIco-PrMldent (LOUIS MORRIS. Boo'y-Troa. ( VOL. Vni. No. 17. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC JEWISH DEPUTIES OBJECT TO POLISH SUNDAY CLOSING. Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) Deputies Greenbaum and Farbsteln have come out strongly before the Polish Parlia- ment against the compulsory Sunday dosing laws which will force Jews to keep their shops closed and do no bus- iness on Sunday. Deputy Greenbaum declared that the enforcement of the law would An- ally result In Poland not getting con- trol over Minsk Vilna and Eastern Galicia. This statement aroused the wrath of the Polish anti-Semites and many of the papers retaliated with at- tacks upon Greenbaum and the Jews generally. These papers are now ad. vising the Jews to leave the country. The Sunday closing laws were char- acterized by Deputy Farbstein as the worst. thing anti-Semites had ever done against the Jews since it meant eithe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 9 January 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Two . WACO. '. Misses Estelle Shanblum and Evelyn Goldstein of Fort Worth were guests of Miss Libbye Fred the past week. Misses Blooma Kaplan Sadye Jach and Helen Goodman left Tuesday for Fort Worth where they are to be the guests of Miss Ruth Gilbert. ' Miss Libbye Fred Is in Fort Worth visiting her sister Mrs. A. Simon. Miss Lissner is the guest of Mrs. I. Simmons. ' Miss Maxine Hirsch is visiting Mrs. Morris Wood. A very enjoyable affair was held New Year'a Eve at the Progress Club. Guests for the ball were Misses Liss- ner of Baumont Miss Hirsch of Fort Worth and Mr. Walter Godlove of St. Louis Mo. . Last Sunday afternoon the children of the Temple Rodef Sholom Sunday School entertained their parents and friends with two Hanukah plays "What's Tonight?" and a "Delayed Birthday." Thanks are due Misses Blooma Kaplan Leah Friedman and Sadye Berkman for their efforts in making the plays a success. The funeral of Mr. Greenberg of Gatesville who died suddenly last We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 9 January 1920

Friday January 9 1920. CORSICANA. Mr. Ben Miller of Athens spent New Years with relative bar. Dr. J. H. Stolz occupied the pulpit in Fort Worth last Friday night. (fy Mr Robert Werner has returned home from Houston where he visited his parents. At a meeting of the I. 0. B. B. Sun- day night January 4th the following officers were elected for the ensuing term: Robert Werner president; J. H. Stolz vice president; E. Golden treas- urer; Ben Goldsmith secretary; Ben Brown guardian; Ike Jaffe warden; M. Chicotsky H. Kaufman. J. Jacobs. trustees. Miss Gladys Samuels has returned to Austin to resume her studies at the University. The little six year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Levine had the misfor- tune of having his leg broken between the knee and hip last Saturday after- noon. While on the way to a fire the chemical engine collided with several automobiles at the corner of North Beaton and East Fifth Avenue. The little fellow was knocked down by one of the cars that the fire engine ran...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 9 January 1920

3. Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday January 9 1020. FORT WORTH NEWSl NOTICE. Regular meeting of Iiidor Straus Ledge No. 519 I. 0. B. B. flnt and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 'clock p. m. at th 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 'dock 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. ler S. Lowenthal L. F. Lubin and the hostess. Miss Jacobs Honors Miss Friedman. One of the most unique and attrac- tive affairs given during the holi- day season was that given by Miss Gertie Jacobs in the form of a noon luncheon dansant last Tuesday at the Metropolitan hotel complimentary to her guest Miss Leah Friedman of Waco. The guests were ushered in the ball . room where they were ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 9 January 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR ..V Friday January 9 1920. route she will. visit relatives in Chi- cago. Mesdames C. S. Welsch and Gus Clark entertained at Bridge last week honoring their sister Mrs. Irving Ar- nold of St. Louis. The high score prize was awarded Mrs. H. H. Miller and Mrs. Morris Cohen received the guest favor. The guests were Mesdames Til- lie Carb ' Joseph Goldgraber Louis Morris Ablon of Dallas H. H. Miller Alex Wolf Jake Klar George Fox H. E. Ritchey Fred Sale of St. Louis Morris Cohen James Brown Miss Ida Brown. A two course luncheon was served. Mrs. H. F. Lubin has gone to New York. Mrs. James Weltman was hostess last week to a matinee party honoring the visitors and their hostesses. After the matinee the party adjourned to Josephs' where a dainty luncheon was served. Favors were given each guest Those in the party were Misses Fran- ces and Rose Neumegen Louise Marks of Sherman Annette Lederman Libby Weisman of Shreveport Mar- guerite Weltman Frieda Schwartz- berg of Balyti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 9 January 1920

Six THE J E WIS J MONITOR Friday January 9 1920. SHREVEPORT. . Miss Natalie Brooks who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs.. Herman Herold and cousin Mrs. Martin Kirch will leave for her home in Niagara Falls. Miss Broons has been a very popular visitor and has received many attentions. Her visit has been a happy one and she wishes that she may have the pleasure of meeting the friends made here as their travels may take them through her home so popular a stopping place for pleasure. Miss Eleanore Perlstein who has been visiting her brother and sister Mr. and Mrs. L. Selber will leave for Benjamin School New York. There will be quite a party of young people northward bound including Miss N. Bivoks of Niagara Falls and Mrs. Sayle Benson going back to New York. . . q Mr. S. S. Zacharias of Gainesville Texas is here on a visit to his children Mr. and Mrs. Zacharias and little Pau- line. ( The Council of Jewish Women met in an unusually interesting meeting on Monday afternoon in the vestr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 9 January 1920

Friday January 9 1920. these a number of the weakest chil. dren were Bent to Trieste and neigh- boring localities where they were car- ed for in private households. Here too their clothing equipment and trans- portation was paid for by the Joint Distribution Committee. 120 children were maintained at the Sanitarium at Ancarano and 40 at the 'Ospizio Mar- ion' at Valdeltra." In addition the Joint Distribution Committee co-operates in providing free lodging at the Home for Jewish Workers to unemployed Jewish refu- gee and workers and apprentices whose scanty wages do not enable them to pay rent. The report also sta- ted that more than 600000 pounds of salted Kosher meat sent from this country has just been received for distribution in Vienna. The Vienna Committee is also exert- ing its efforts toward repatriation of the refugees and is already succeed- ing in restoring a large number in- cluding a group of Palestinian refu- gees to their homes. THE JEWISH HONITOB Seren AID FOR PERSIAN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 9 January 1920

Eiht THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday January 9 1920. liS-lEDITQRIALf: i j JEWS AND BOLSHEVISTS. ! We have been hearing a good deal about Jews and Bolshevists. Of course there are some who consciously accuse us of being THE Bolshevists. Some are al- ways on the lookout for accusa- tions against us and one libel is as good as another. So that we can discount a good deal that we hear. But when sensible men tell us that we ought to be cir- cumspect about the number of radicals in our midst we ought to pay heed. It was therefore with some fear that we watched the bulletins concerning the de- portation of the 249 "Reds" who were sent back to Russia last week. We were afraid that we would suffer because of the ex- cessive number of men and wom- en of our blood not faith. We confess that we felt more than fear we felt lan alarm. How- ever when we found that out of the 249 there were only thirteen Jews we felt somewhat reliev- ed. It is not that we think that thirteen are .not too many God knows t...

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