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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

Friday June 25 1920. At Paris this question was discussed with much vehemence. There were some who warned us not to tie up the national question with economic prob- lems because we are now going to build our historic home not to deal in philanthropy. That is very erroneous for the material condition of our peo- pie is in every sense of the word a national problem a problem so vast that the existence of the race depends upon its solution. Mass movements do not let them- selves be directed with a baton. The waves of humanity now surging and beating against the wall placed by de- THE JEWISH MONITOR WALK UP STAIRS Save $5 to $15 Men's Guaranteed Clothes Fort Worth Dallas San Antonio xxxxxoooooooooooo WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD RELIABLE CARPENTER CALL MB PHONE P. 9J3 FRED TAYLOR 1417 Lincoln Ave. North Fori Worth. Texas Q ft ooooooooooooooo THE MONITOR PUBLISHING f$' COMPANY HAS JUST f ADDED A LARGE QUANTITY OF NEW TYPE FACES TO THEIR ALREADY SPLENDID EQUIPMENT AND ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO BETTE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

Ptw THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday June 25 1920. T ' : I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 Former Dallas Man Dies at San An tonio. Robert Rand 36 years old well- known local auttomobile man and head of the Lone Star Truck and Tractor Association of San Antonio died this morning from complications- which set in following a recent operation. He was a native of Russia having been born at Minsk and came from wealthy Jewish parentage. Although he had been in this country for over twenty years his people never left Russia and repeated efforts to communicate with them since the beginning of the recent war were without avail. Mr. Rand was educated in the best schools of Russia Germany and the United States. After his school days he affiliated himself with various au- tomobile manufacturing concerns among them the Hamilton Motors Corporation of the Middle West and later connected himself with a large bonding house in New York City. Then he moved to Dallas where he was married to Miss Frieda Robinson on New Year...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

Friday June 25 1920. THE JEWISH MONIT01 R. Pain who has been connected with the Society for seven years. They spoke of their friendship for him and wished him and his charming bride every happiness. ' On behalf of the staff Mr. Isaac L. Asofsky the assistant general man- ager presented Mr. Fain and Miss Gottlinh with B hnnuftf.il L1. J m: . ...v. mm tllC&b VI 111- fany silver. Mr. Fain suitably respond- cu hs um MISS uottliob. Mr. Fain although yet a young man is known for his thorough knowledge of immigration affairs. He has occu- pied nearly every position in the So- ciety rising by his own ability to his present office of general manager. . THE RABBINATE AND THE LAW OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND. Why is it that the law of supply and demand is not working out in the American Rabbinate? This month there will be graduated from the He- brew Union College and the Jewish Theological Seminary not more than eighteen Rabbis since there are ten men in the senior class of the former institution ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

'Six- ' ; BUKAWINA JEWS LEADERS IN JEWISH PARTY POLITICS OP RUMANIA. By Lobel Taubes Our Vienna Correspondent. (Copyright 1920 by I. J. P. B.) That the Bukawinian Jews who have already had great experience in the political field while their province was part of the old Austria-Hungary should lead their Rumanian co-religionists but recently emancipated and still inexperienced in political activity is hardly surprisng. The Bukawna Jews have been politi- cal pioneers in an even larger sense. It has been pointed out in a previous article that much of the antagonism and hatred of the Jews in Central Eu- rope particularly in Austria-Hungary was the direct effect of their stu- pid political affiliations which made them the political tools of the larger nationalistic groups to be used in the suppression of the smaller groups. To the credit of Bukawinian Jews let it be said that they were the first to rec- ognize that only by forming a political party of their own to act as an inde- pendent ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

Friday June 25 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Sevea THE SYNAGOG PENSION FUND. Plans of the Synagog Pension Fund Proposed by the Union of. American Hebrew Congregations. Distributed by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations Cincinnati May 1920 The application and justification of the Synagog Pension Fund is set forth in a neat little brochure of twenty pages prepared in accordance with the report and resolutions adopted by the XXVI Council of the Union of Ameri- can Hebrew Congregations held in Boston May 1919 and now being distributed by that organization. The present publication contains the de- tails of the plans that a committee of the executive board worked out. It is tentative and subject to changes but the main purposes of this Synagog Pension Fund are explained in full and the method of its operation carefully detailed. The Pension Fund has long been recognized as a necessity. No Jewish Congregation should permit its old and venerable teacher to be cast as rubbish to the pile w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

Eifbt THE JEWIPH MONITOR Friday June 25 1920. . . 1 EDITORIAL! i IS SUCCESS A CRIME? One of the favorite types of story that used to be released to the youths of America had to do with the man who risen from small beginnings had by earn- est effort and unwavering am- bition ascended through the years to some place of promin- ence and power. One of the les- sons impressed upon the minds of the youths of our nation was that success in its highest sense was as a rule not the result of graft or selfishness or a lack of scrupulousness but on the con- trary that it reflected conscien- tiousness unselfishness thrift and ambition. The failures in life were as a rule pointed out as those who had neglected their opportunities. The preachers never tired of telling us that for the man of right ambition there was always a place at the top. And so as Americans we came to believe in the doctrine that success in the main was not to be construed otherwise than as a mark of worth and manhood. Of cour...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

Friday June 25 1920. profit. We know far better. The Jew rules because he is the serv- ant not of man 'tis true but the servant of God. With such high idealism he prospers and con- quers even those who most bit- terly hate him. The Sentinel. THfc JEWISH MONITOR ON YOU FANNIE! Comes now Fannie Hurst and without any consideration for the fact that her deeds might cause editors to rain out com- ments marries! Whether Fan- nie married out of the faith or for that matter whether she has any faith at all we do not know. Danielson might be one of us and then again he might not. We rather think that he is not in spite of his name. But we are set against freak marriages and peculiar marriage agreements. We are narrow and bigoted we don't believe in religious inter- marriage at all. We believe in the preservation of Judaism. Besides life has enough handi- caps to marry folks of differ- ent religious beliefs doesn't help things along. So far as Judaism is concerned unless both par- ties are Je...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

Ten OUR WEEKLY LETTER FROM NEW YORK. THE JEWISH MONITOR Departure of Galician Commission. What It Has Accomplished The Joint Distribution Committee and the Landsmanschaften Assimila- tors Turn Nationalists and Nation- alists Play Factional Politics Plan to Bring Jewish Orphans to America Dropped by Joint Distribution Com- mittee Taken Up By Others The Red Mogen David Drive Federa- tion of Jewish Charities May Face Impending Crisis. (Copyright 1920 by I. J. P. B.) The Galician Commission consisting of Dr. Patchtman Dr. Tannenbaum the bank director Mr. Eisler and the editor Mr. Frostig has finished its work in this country and all the com- missioners but Dr. Tannenbaum have departed for Europe. Dr. Tannenbaum for personal reasons has decided to re- main in the United States and may be- come a permanent resident of this country. Before the commission left a meet- ing was arranged by all the Galician relief organizations to do honor to its members to wish them a happy jour- ney and to a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

Friday June 25 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven pear more tolerable if its effects were not bo disastrous if the relief 'work itself would not be hampered by its existence. The fact is however that the relief work is hampered by it and that this factionalism is causing suf- fering to those whose misery these short-sighted Jews are most anxious to alleviate. By seeking to dissociate American Jewry into many weak in- significant parts they are actually holding up the progress of our gener- al relief campaign while the efforts of the Landsmanschaften themselves fail in most instances to achieve the desired results. But let no one conclude from what has been said that the policies of the Joint Distribution Committee are al- ways free from blunders. Not so long a?o. it failed in its handling of the problem of the Jewish orphans in Ukrainia. Professor Chaifetz the speciul com- missioner from Ukrainia now in this country proposed that the Joint Dis- tribution Committee bring over 50000 Jewi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

THE JEWISH MONITOR TwelY 3 HUNGARIAN WAR INVALIDS OP- POSE OSTRACISM OF JEWISH ' COMRADES. Budapest: (By I. J. P. B.) An or- ganization has been founded in Buda- pest of all the invalids who took part- in the World War. At their organiza- tion meeting it was proposed by some that the Jewish war invalids be ex- cluded from the organization. This motion was finally put to a vote and was defeated by a vast majority. JEW ARRESTED BEATEN. Warsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) Isaac Min- endorff of this city was arrested by two secret police agents in the even- ing and was taken to the Bureau of the Criminal Police. He was kept a number of hours without any charge being brought against him and after beging slapped in the face and hav- ing received a severe beating with a stick from the policeman he was fin- ally released. THE SECRET OF JEWISH SURVIVAL. Our swan-song has been sung too long and too often to alarm us. Those who are inclined to take a gloomy view of our future as a people generally re- ga...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

Friday June 25 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOR ThlrUra 4 0 I praMMd IIW4 r. o. b. factory BEAUTY The smartness of AHen lines the sub- stantial workmanship in the upholstery and top the brilliancy and wearing qualities of Allen finish combine in ex- pressing true car beauty. Its greatest beauty however is in its performance ability the beauty of fine mechanical construction. Let us take you for a test ride. Tmatotj A&intmi Tho ATttn Mote Company Coransbaa Ohio THOMAS-PEASE MOTOR COMPANY Lamar 5715 DISTRIBUTORS 500 Commerce St. Fort Worth Texas POLISH POLICE IRRESPONSIBLE SAYS POLISH MINISTER. Wnrsaw: (By I. J. P. B.) Recently the Club of the Jewish Deputies in the Polish Parliament sent a letter to the Minister of the Interior protesting against the beating and torturing of the Jewish street merchants by the rollce of the 8th police commissariat of Warsaw. In his reply to this letter the minister stated that he could not hold the 8th commissariat responsible for these outrages because s...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

Fourteen LAMAR 108 . Union Transfer Co Moving Van Fir Prf SUraa Baggage Transfer Offic and Warehouee: 1704 Jan Street Mention th Monitor In calling. THE TASTE TELLS SHAW BROS. Pure Ice Cream m QUALITY SUPREME Lamar 1111 Westbrook Hotel 100 Fir Proof Ream 200 Batha FORT WORTH TEXAS Lee Huckins OKLAHOMA CITY The Huckins TEXARKANA. TEXAS Jewish Organizations & Pro fessional Men Should know what th Jawlah Pra wrtts about them Th Jwlh Pra In All Language I Read and Clipped by ue. W ar th drat and only Jawlah Clipping Service For Cllpplnra from th Jwth rrcaa writ to Clipping Dept. INTERNATIONAL JEWISII PRESS BUREAU Inc. I Beokman Street. NEW YORK Tlphn: Crtlandt S460 DELCO-LlGtiT Tka eaanpUt EUetrie UfHt aad Pewer Pleat Plenty of bright safa eleea eleetrie light No more hot smoky lams. I . m. aiKA I I K.l LU Distributors 1001-5 Throckmorton Street Fort Worth. - T- "KXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXX FOR THE SMOKER WHO CARES JAMES STEPHEN HOGG ? aoAi t'HE JEWISH MONITOR DREAMS. Friday June 25 1920. I d...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

Friday June 25 1920. THE JEWISH MONITOI yet from Mr. Gompers' definition of liberty that "It is the right to own yourself we can not but conclude that as the capitalist cannot own the laborer and compel him to work for him so the laborer cannot own the capitalist and compel him not to run his production of things unless he em- ploys him on his own terms. It seems that while Mr. Gompers called the at- tention of the public to the fact that the worker is a part of the public he overlooked the fact that so is the cap- talist and while he defended the rights of the worker he forgot the rights of the capitalist and of the gen- eral public. Suppose that in the city of New York all workers in the bakeries should strike. Would Mr. Compers consider that strike an act of liberty a just one seeing that the public are starving and children are going hun- gry T Is it because the laborer is a part of the public that it is his duty to sac- rifice his selfishness to the welfare of the same public o...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 25 June 1920

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday June 25 1920. Buying .Pub To the Our Friends AND CUSTOMERS H 0 lie And The Considerate Friends of the Employes of Fort Worth Stores: We wish to thank you for the many expressions of interest plan to give our empoyes a half-holiday each week through and pledges of co-operation that have come to us in person July and August. Remember and over tha telephone following the announcement of our Our Stores Will Close at One o'clock Saturday After- noons Through July and August Beginning July 10th You rea'ize t'at this i9 a most worthy movement and is in lire with the policies of the larger stores in other live wide- awake cities. You can very materially assist in making this a permanent benefit for the employes of the Fort Worth stores each Sum- mer if you will Support The Stores That Close and so that there may be no disappointment or inconvenience we urge you to Do Your Shopping Early early Saturday morning; early id the week if convenient -we thank you W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 July 1920

L IF1OT1 i n wi IE. Ti 1 TTW y JUL 1UR i7-- i nut 2 I :.. 5i s n . v V; DP. GEOPGE TOX.qTOP lHiVVII WVss WW II yirLy I LA I jfeMf utem DR. GEORGE FOX President (HAM iaBHlTZ VIoe-hTwildei T.OUia MORRIS Sec'yTreaa X - . -. ) I Th editor It not reiponilble for vlewtl ru k 'expressed by coniriDUtore. Anonymouif I Mrtteri will receive no consideration. I I The editor It not reiponilble for vlewtl Jexpreeied by contributor!. AnonymoutV 'letteri will receive no coniiaeration. ( Entered In the Tort Worth PeetoffUe i e Second CUee MmU Matter y Ue Mea- Ntor Publlehlnf Company. ' VOL IX. NO. 15. FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY JULY 2 1920. Prk rive cmh FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS 4 JEWISH GIRLS TO BE GIVEN VO- CATIONAL TRAINING. Budapest: (By I. J. P. B.) Upon the initative of the Industrial leader Mr. Okusiua Horvath the Jewish commun- ity of Budapest founded two vocational schools for Jewish girls. These schools an to give instruction in sewing cut- ting and kindred ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 July 1920

rHE JEWISH MONITOR Friday July 2 1620. i oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo FORT WORTH NEWS NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 519 I. 0. B. B. first and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. MEYER MEHL President. E. L. GILBERT Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El at Hebrew Institute. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock. ATTENTION YOUNG LADIES! Synagogue Ahavath Sholem: Fri- day evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat- urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath Scheol Saturday morning 10 o'clock. WANTED Two experienced ready-to-wear sales ladies. Good salary and permanent position to right parties. Marks Bros. Sherman Texas. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 6460 Rosedale 5383 or 455. Mr. David Ballas left Tuesday for the Eastern market to buy goods for the new store which is to opened about July 15 and is to be located on Houston street. ' Mr. L. F. Shanblum delegate from the Fort Worth District to the Jew- ish Congress returned Monday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 July 1920

Friday July 2 1920. French design. Other guest prizes . were given to Misses Cohen and Field- Schmidt Mesdames Blumenthal Pink Mil TT Tfl.l m 1. v muu ii. ivitiinman. ine nign score was won by Mrs. Charles Greenberg and 500 was won bv Mrs. Damnf. : Mrs. Chas. Greenburg complimented a .Mrs. J. N. Hirsh of Houston and the v'other visiting ladies with a bridge and "500" party at Lake Wichita. THE JEWISH MONITOS Virginia where he wan a student in the V. M. D. Miss Rosalie Fishel is visiting rel- atives in Houston. Mr. Hardy Soloman was a business visitor in Oklahoma City Saturday. He motored home in a new King car that he purchased there. WACO. Mrs. I. Gabert of McAlister Okla. fjl)turned to her home on Sunday after " a' pleasant visit with her daughter Mrs. H. A. Wood and her sister Mrs. Mrs. J. A. Dannenbaum. Mr. William Marks spent several weeks in Houston and Galveston. The death of Mrs. Lena Meyer caus- ed much sorrow among her many friends here. Mrs. Al Marks and Mrs. Sol Gordon h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish Monitor — 2 July 1920

K Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday July 2 1920. jl'1'"'1 "I Inews from Dallas! Jews Will Build Modern Hospital. A movement now is under way to as- sure for Dallas another modern hos- pital to cost approximately $1000000 and to be erected with funds contrib- uted by people of the Jewish faith in this city and in the surrounding ter- ritory according to an announcement made recently by Arthur L. Kramer general chairman of the committee in charge of the project. The capacity of the hospital will be about 150 beds and construction work is expected to be- gin about January 1 1921. The decision to erect a Jewish hos- pital in Dallas is the result of a sug- gestion recently made by the Dallas Chapter of the Council of Jewish Women according to Mr. Kramer. He explained that while it is the intention of the committee to solicit funds only from Jews voluntary subscriptions have been received and will be accept- ed from other sources whenever made. The active cempaign for funds will not commence...

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

Friday July 2 ' have only mercenaries. Can the soul die in the seemingly living: body? I am inclined to believe it can at least be seized with such an In- ertia as to be to all intents and pur- poses dead. The quicker the dollar the deader the soul. In old age there is no greater danger than this antithesis. How many bodies have been reverent- ly laid away how many expectant mourners have dried their tears on a . very small bit of lace and have heard the lawyer clear his throat adjust his spectacles clear his throat again readjust his spectacles (the clumsy old ass )and then proceed to unfold and read that clammy calumny the last will and testament of a dead soul. Nothing lived for that being but dol- lars and he has tried to make thsm not only live after him but live to eternity and dominate the lives of his descendants to the bitter end. It is a curious world. One can feel pleased however that many souls live even to the end of their clay house and af- ter in a greater peace some ...

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

"THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday July 2 1920. It . 61x OUR WEEKLY NEW YORK LETTER. New York Jewish Social Activity Al- most at a Standstill Most Leaders in Europe The Mizrachi Drive- Hebrew National School Strike The American Academy Research. (Copyright 1920 by I. J. P. B.) The hot summer weather has not overtaken New York as yet but Jewish communal activity has already adapte- ed itself to it. There are no Jewish meetings of importance no conven- tions no new drives for funds. Some work is still being done by the commit- tees of the old drives which started several months ago such as the Pales- tine Restoration Fund Drive the Re- lief Drive and the Drive of the Fed- eration of Jewish Charities. These committees are trying to raise the missing sums necessary to fill the quota set for each drive. But this ef- fort is continued not by our leaders and well-known men but rather by the associate workers because our lead- ers are not in New York just now. A great many of them' went to Europe. ...

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