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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

FrJuv. Fabruarjr 20, 1920. turet must consent to a union shop and that no shop should be considered a union shop unless at' least half of its workers were union members. Sec (ndly, both sides concurred that in the coming September, minimum scales should be inaugurated in the entire industry, and that the scales should be in accordance with the actual wages which hold in the industry. Now peace prevails in the trade. THI JEWISH MONITOI Both the Wrapper Makers' Union and the Petticoat Union are branches of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Most of their mem bers are women, as is true of most of the locals of the International. A short time ago the Wrapper Mak ers' Union made demands of the em ployers, chief among which were a five dollar a week increase for the week workers, a 25 per cent increase for the piece workers, two legal holi days for which the week workers were to be paid, and, lastly, the' recognition of a working-card issued by the Union. This last demand a...

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. — 20 February 1920

Eight lit THE JEWISH MONITOB Friday, February 20, 1820. i lEDITQRIALl 1 ADOLF KRAUS A GREAT JEW AND A MANLY MAN Adolf Kraus is to celebrate the seventieth anniversary of his birth, in a few days. To one who does not take any interest in the affairs of the Jewish world, this means nothing. But to the mil lions whose hearts are touched by the currents of Jewish life, this is joyful news. We think we know whereof we speak, when we say that not only is a senti ment of congratulation on the lips of every Jew who reads this, but there wells up in the heart also, a prayer that Mr. Kraus may be spared many, many years to come. It is given to few men to achieve a world leadership. It i3 given to fewer men to hold this leadership for as long as a quar ter of a century, and grow with it, in the esteem and love of those who are led. But this has been given to Mr. Kraus, and now that he has reached the tra ditional three-score and ten, the prayers of millions will ascend, that he may continue to...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

Friday, February 20, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Kint dying the evil. Cure it and it will be cured. THE DEMANDS OF THE TYRO . LEAN ANTI-SEMITIES. Innsbruck, Austria (By I. J. P. B.) At a general assembly of the Tyro lean anti-Semities, in which all the deputies to the Parliament and to the "Landtag" took part, a group or reso lutions in reference to the Jews were adopted. These resolutions are to be submitted in Parliament, and the dep uties have been pledged to support them' and to work for their acceptance by that body. The resolutions cover the following demands: (1) Recognition of the Jews as a nation. (2) Regulation of residence rights which are granted to individual Jews. (3) Withholding of trade licenses from Jews. (4 ) Denying the Jews the right of acquiring land or houses, or of earn ing their living by acting as agents in such transactions. (5) No admission of Jews into the army. (6) Introduction of a per cent norm for Jewish children in public schools. (7) Limitation of the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

: Ten . SCHIFF ON PALESTINE. Declaring that immediate steps must be taken to prepare Palestine for the masses of Jews who wish to emigrate there, Jacob Schiff, In a statement made public today by the Zionist Organization of America, em phasized the need of rehabilitating the Holy Land as a solution for the East ern European Jewry problem. "The Jewry of Eastern Europe lies prostrate and the problem of Pales tine forms an integral and important part of the larger Jewish question. The latter cannot be solved without at the same time solving the problem of Palestine," he urged in his appeal for a generous response to the $10, 000,000 national campaign for the Palestine Restoration Fund, which opened January 18 in New York City. The statement follows: "I am glad to have this opportunity to aj peal to my fellow-Jews and fellow Americans on behalf of Palestine. No American, certainly no American Jew, can be indifferent to the call of that great little land of the past, and to the prospects...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

THE JI WISH MONITOR Ebmn hymns, Hebrew responses and an thems. Male voices will also be in cluded in the choir soon. The University of Wisconsin is one of the institutions which was visited by Rabbi Louis I. Egelson in his re ligious work at eastern and mid- western colleges as the representative of the Department of Synagogue and School Extension. The Students' As sociation is functioning under the wise guidance of Dr. L B. Wolfenson, professor of Semitic and Hellenistic literature NATIONAL FEDERATION of TEMPLE SISTERHOODS t 'U. !l. L Friday, February 20, " 1920. t. Contribute to Teachers' Institute. A $100,000 donation to the Teach era' Institute of the Hebrew Union College was pledged by the Plum Street Temple Sisterhood, Cincinnati, as a result of a plea made by Dr. Louis Grossman at a recent meeting. At this meeting Mrs. Leslie V. Marks, president, appealed for holi day observances in Jewish homes. ' Mrs. Samuel M. Stein was appoint ed chairman of the Welfare Commit tee, which ...

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. — 20 February 1920

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 18, 1929. IFORT WORTH NEWS NOTICE. Regular meeting: of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 619, I. 0. B. B., first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p m. at the Hebrew Institute. MEYER MEHL, President. ELI GILBERT, Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El, Eth and Taylor Streets. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Saturday morning, 11 o clock, Sunday morning, 11:15. Sabbath School, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, and Sunday at 10:00. Synagogue Ahavath Sholem: Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Saturday morning, 8 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. A Literary meeting of the Junior Auxiliary Council of Jewish Women will be held Wednesday evening, Feb ruary 25th at 8:00 o'clock sharp. There is important work to be taken up and all members are urged to be present Services will be held on Friday night at 8 o'clock at the Synagogue Ahavath Sholom under the auspices of the Y. P. O. A. Rabbi Abramowitz will de liver the lec...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

Friday, February 20, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR TMltMA the engagement of their daughter, Etta, to Mr. Henry C. Reed of Waco. Mr. M. Elkis has moved his family to Fort Worth, and will reside at 912 Travis Ave. Mr.' Elkis is selling out his business at Malvern, Tex., and will soon join them. Dr. Emanuel Toomlm made a pro fessional trip to Waco Saturday night, where he was called in consultation. Mrs. Max. Cohen and family are now located in their new hove, 521 Sixth Ave., where they will be glad to see their friends. Junior Auxiliary Dance Pontponed.' On account of the inclement weath er and the "flu" epidemic, it was deemed advisable to postpone the Junior Auxiliary dance, which was to have been held Wednesday evening, February 11, at the Hebrew Institute. The Entertainment Committee deep ply regrets that word could not be gotten to all the members, and hopes those who have braved the weather will not let their disappointment pre vent them attending other social af fairs of the Club. W...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

Fourteen THX JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 20, 182. Correspondence - .t "How Beautiful Are Thy Tents, 0' Jacob, Thy Dwellings 0' Is : rael." Bible: Exodus 19-6. I wrote sometime ago about the re markable, almost miraculous, escape of Israel from destruction and anni hilation during their exile and wan dering for the past centuries, also the wonderful success they have made during the past century. Aside from divine interference, as claimed by the true believers, founded upon a pass age in the Bible, Exodus 19-6.6, where It is said, "God has chosen Israel as a peculiar treasure ... and a holy nation," aside from that, we may trace and account for Israel's wonderful preservation, to the above-quoted passage ."How wonderful are thy tents 0' Jacob." We read in Genesis 25-27, Jacob was dwelling in the tents. Rashi, the great commentator, interprets "Dwell ing in the Schools of Shame and Sin" the educators of those days. Hence we may interpret the passage, "How beautiful are thy tents 0...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

Friday, February 20, 1920. and law-abiding people, which pre served them "Had hayoom Hazeh," until this day. Greater New York, with its one and a half million Yehoodim, gathered here from Harbah Kanfons Hohorits, the four corners of the world, is a fair example similar to what Bilom, the Pagan Prophet, saw and alluded to in his remarkable address. We read in Numbers 24-2-5, Bilom lifted up his eyes and saw Israel en camped according to their tribes. He said, "How beautiful are thy tents, 0 Jacob, thy dwellings, 0 Israel." Though Israel has lost her tribal re lations, they still retain their close connection with their own people of their mother country and the cities they have migrated from. They are of a clannish disposition, and live sep arately in colonies. They are known as Hungarians, Galicians, Rumanians, Poles and all sorts of nationalities. They name their congregations after the cities they have migrated from, and at times you will come across two or three congregations by ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 20 February 1920

Sixteen - ."' , ' THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ' THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO.r til Wtal Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Tixm 'Phono, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR LOUIS MORRIS BuolntM Manager U, M. CERF Circulation Manager T HE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 20, 1829. My a Hat JEWISH CALENDAR. 5680-1919 Now Tear's Evo Wed., Sept. 14 Yom Klppur Sat. Oct. 4 Succoth 'First Day) Thura. Oct. Succoth fLaat Day Shomlnl Atxereth) Thura. Oct. 16 Slmchath Torah Friday, Oct. IT Rosch-Chodesch Cheavan. .Friday, Oct. 24 Roach-Chodeach Klalev. .Sunday, Nov. 21 Chanukah (Feaat of Dedication) . Wed. Dec. 17 Roach-Chodeach Tebeth . ...Mon., Dec. 22 5680-1920 ' Faat of Tebeth Thura., Jan. 1 Roach-Chodeach Shebat... .Wed., Jan. 21 Roach-Chodeach Adar..., Thura., Feb. It Purlin (Feaat of Esther).. Thura., Mar. 4 Roach-Chodeach Nissan...,. Sat., Mar. 24 Paaaover (Peaach) Sat., April 6 Paaaover (Eighth Day) ....Sat., April 16 Roach-Chodeach Iyar.. Sun., April IS Lag b 'Omer Thura., May 6 Roach-Chod...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

DP. GEOPGE FOX ..ED TOP W? jYv TFlHE GQEATSbUTfWES. P. I n mil . n irr we r.' I- il 111 LI I f E TV TTt Hl JL It in AX i tV V pit OHOROB FOX, Pmtdtnt (LOUIS MORRIS, Bo'r-Trwa. Thi editor la Bet raaootulbU for vUwi iitrmit by oontrlbutors. Anenrmoua ittra wui reeeive no eonsvav&uoo. i )-' lite Bntwd In fee Fort WarU PmUMm) send Ctaea MaJl kUtUr br l iot ruDuanuc venipeny. PeaUMte) VOL. Vm. NO. 23. FOST WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1920. Price llja Par Teat. FOREIGN orf DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS LssaeSnMaMeSB '4- UNIYERSITIES FURNISH FIELDS FOR ANTI-8EMmC PROP AGANDA. Stuttgart: (By I. J. P. B.) Through out thi entire province, a keen anti Semitic propaganda is being carried on, particularly in the high ichooli and universities. In the Polytechnic, a Jewish student tore down an anti Semitic poster hanging there, and as a result, was so badly beaten by Chris tian students that he had to be taken to a hospital In the Technlcum" in Reutlingen, the relation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 27, 1920.' --.-,:'.. WACO NEWS. One of the largest affairs of the week will, be the. tea given by Mrs. Joe Snaman and Mrs. Morris Wood on next Friday afternoon from 4:30 until 5:30, in honor of Miss Hazel David son, the bride of the week, and the many guests in the city. Mr. Abe spent the week-end in San Antonio. Miss Fannie Snaman of Austin is the guest of the JoeSnaman house hold. Mrs. Joseph Friedman of Pittsburgh is the guest of her sisters, Misses Lip pard, at the Raleigh. Mrs. Bessie Sachs has returned from New York. Mrs. Harry Sachs named Miss Hazel Davidson, the bride-to-be and the fol lowing visitors, Mrs. Leo Lowenberg, St Joseph; Mrs. Josey, of Shreveport, Mrs. Simmons of Arizona, and Mis sea Mamie and Rose Silvers, as her honorees at bridge when she assem bled them and their hostesses in her home on Columbus street. A graceful decoration of ferns gave a most artistic decoration in the rooms. . Miss Davidson received a beautiful pair of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

r J iV. Friday, February 27, 1920. . Joy a Hippodrome party and later a twq-course luncheon at the Raleigh hotel. Those Who. will enjoy this courtesy as guests of Mrs. Rosenthal will be Mrs. Robert 0. Silvera and her guests, Mrs. N. Silvera and MIs ea Rose and Mamie Silvers; Mrs. Gua Pi Rosenthal of Arizona; Miss Hannah Efron and her guest, Mrs. Cohen of Indianapolis; Mrs. A. S. Haber and her daughter, Mrs. Leo Lowenburg, of St. Joseph, and Miss Bella Rosenthal. Wohlberg-UIIman. . The home wedding of Miss Blanche Ullman and Harry Wohlberg of Omaha, Nebraska, was witnessed by her immediate relatives only, owing to the illness of her mother, Mrs. E. Ullman. Rabbi Macht performed the im pressive ceremony and followed by the best wishes of their many Waco friends they were soon on their way ' to Denver for an extended stay. The bride was handsomely clad in a henna colored suit with hat to correspond and accessories in har mony. Many lovely gifts and checks were sent them on their weddin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

Four THE JEWI SH MONITOR Friday, February 27, 1823. I NEWS FROM DALLAS Jewish Blind Will Be Given Braille System Literature. - Miss Anna Cohen, superintendent of the Federated Jewish Charities of Dallas, is inaugurating a movement to provide literature written in the Braille system for the blind Jews of Dallas. To carry on this work it is necessary, she said, that all blind per sons of the Jewish faith in Dallas be reported to her at 2221 North Har wood street. There is at present a circulating library of the Braille raised-type sys tem open to the blind of Dallas, but none of the reading matter pertains to the Jewish religion. It is the pur pose of Miss Cohen to obtain litera ture of this character for the Jewish blind. Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood New Name for Jewish Society. The name of the guild of Temple Emanu-El has been changed to the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El, it was announced yesterday, and has become affiliated with the National Sisterhood. The following directors have b...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

Friday, February 27, 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Flra i1' SHREVEPORT NEWS Miss Ray Goldberg, who has been on a visit to her relatives, Mr. and and Mrs. Harry Bockstein and family and her sister, Miss Ida Goldberg of Fort Worth, Texas, has returned to her home to the delight of relatives and many friends. Mrs. Nettie Bahr Levy of Alexan dria, La is enjoying a visit to this, her former home, and is stopping with her aunt, Mrs. Julia Mayer. Mrs. Le vy was here in time to meet her niece, the daughters, Mrs. Conn of New Or leans and Mrs. Marka of New York, of Mr. Ben Holzman, who were stop, pin; at the Inn. Misses Frances and Sadie Dreyfuss arrived from New Orleans recalled by the distressing news of the death of their brother, Henry Dreyfuss, which occurred at Fort Baird, New Mexico. Mr. Herbert Wenk went to Lake Charles, La. to visit his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Packman, going from there to New Orleans. Mrs. Charles Gordon has returned from a visit to El Paso. Miss Libbie Weisman has retur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

six" ; WICHITA FALLS. Mrs. Louis Pink has returned from El Paso where she has been with her sister, Mrs. Leo Markowitz. Mrs. Pink brings favorable reports concerning Mrs. Markowitz's health. Bud Riesenberg lias returned from a trip to Houston and New Orleans. Miss Sophie Wolfson has been con fined to her bed for the last two weeks but is getting along nicely now. Miss Rose Riesenberg has returned from a visit to Dallas, Sherman and Ardmore, Okla. T. A. Fine has returnsed from East ern markets. The Council of Jewish Women did not meet last Monday on accout of sickness amongst the members. Organization of a new orthdox Jew ish Organization, The House of Jacob, was effected at a called meeting of the Jewish Relief Society, Sunday af. ternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Tcatch, the husbands of the mem bers of the society organizing. A char ter is to be applied for immediately on securing a suitable site for a per manent synagogue to be built as soon as possible. The officers of the n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

Friday, February 27, 1920. : of Odessa hat decided to honor Dr. Saphlr by founding a Saphir Scholar ship in Medicine at the Hebrew Uni versity in Jerusalem. 100,000 roubles' were collected for this purpose. An Immigration Committee has been formed in Jerusalem to care for the needs of immdKrants.' A branch has been established in Jaffa. The Commercial Day School founded in. Jaffa some time ago has met a great .need and proved very successful, so much so that many who are unable to attend the school regularly have requested the management to open evening classes for the same subjects. This will be done in the near future. Those interested may now enter their names. ' The management of the orphanage "Et Chaim" has on grounds of prin ciple asked the Relief Committee of the Zionist Commission not to enter tain their pupils at the moving-picture theater. E. Ben Yehuda comments in the "Dotr Hayom" on the formation of a mail new party of extremen Social ists who oppose the Misting Work men...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

THI JEWISH MONITOB Friday, February 21, i:iO. 1 'EDITORIALi ; REFORMED ORTHODOXY. A correspondent informs us that in a large Texas city, the Orthodox rabbi started an or ganization of young folks, and under its auspices, initiated late Friday evening services. The services commence at eight o'clock. A committee of young people from this organization went to a number of members of the congregation, and asked them to close their places of business at seven o'clock or thereabouts, so that both they and those who worked for them would have an opportunity to at tend services. Our correspond ent wants to know: First: Is it the custom of Or thodoxy to hold Friday evening services? Second: Is it in accordance with Orthodox law to close Fri day evening at seven, or there abouts? Third: Is it not a violation of Orthodox Judaism, to close late on Friday, and to resume busi ness on the Sabbath? Fourth: Has it not been the custom of Reform Judaism to hold Friday evening services? The Jewish Moni...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

THE J I WISH MONITOR NirU Friday, February 27, 1820. eloeinf.'Copy of. Resolution pawed at meeting of Text-Book Commission, Jan. 19, 1920 I beliere it would b well if inatead of idiatlnctira eritldam of the Christian Religion 'DiatinctlTe crticisism of any recognised religion,' be substituted. Trusting this will be satisfactory to the . Committee from the Text Book Commission, I am, "Tours faithfully, (Signed) "HENRY COHEN." P. 8.: "If you are of the opinion that it will be necessary to present this suggested amendment in person, I and other interested persons will appear before the committee. Please let me hear from you in the matter." HC.TS. . (COPY) STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION t Austin, Texas, February 10, 1920. "Rabbi IL Cohen, 1920 Broadway, Galreston, Texas. My Dear Mr. Cohen: "This is to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of February ninth, in which you suggest amending the res olutlon adopted by the Text Book Commission on January 19, 1920. "I hardly think it necessary...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 27 February 1920

.Tea THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 27, 1920. JEWISH CONSUMPTIVE RELIEF SO CIETY SANATORIUM COLLECTIONS IN FORT WORTH : - Mr. Rebecca GoldBtein and Mr. M. Bhanblum report the largest collection f01-'h J-C-K. 8. that waa ever collected In Fort Worth, We certainly (eel proud of the Jewish people of Fort Worth. n55yw? a!wa', wl"ln t0 lv. nJ may Uod help them so they can always give to those who need their help. Anyone that has not contributed to this worthy cause can phone Mrs. Rebecca Goldstein, Lamar 3597, and she will be glad to come UPi? theJr cneck- Th amount collected and sent off was S71S.B0. Mrs. C. Kaufman, 2516 Hemphill St. I 4.00 H. Schuster, 407 Pecan St...."".. S00 - LdLeVAu.xlIlar5r' Hebrew Institute, 81 Taylor 25.00 A. Salsberg, 10 W. Weatherford St. 1.00 R. Zimmerman, 116 W. Weatherford 8.00 M. Roeensteln, 105 Houston St J.00 C. Kllmlst, 110 N. Throckmorton St. 8.00 M. A. Rosenthal, 400 Houston St. . . . 8.00 Ben Benner, 414 Houston St 8 00 Oernsbacher Bros., 807 H...

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