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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 August 1919

Friday, August 15, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine THE PROGRESSIVE WORLD STRUGGLE OF THE JEWS FOR CIVIL EQUALITY An address delivered by the ex President, William Howard Taft, be fore the National Geographic Society at Washington, D. C. By William Howard Taft. In the National Geographical Maga zine. (Continued from Aug. 8 Issue.) The Jews Flourished In Spain. A little earlier than Charlemagne the Moslem invasion of Spain in 711 established the Crescent in tW pen insula Arabian and African Jews, who, after the persecution of them by Mahomet and Omar, had ingratiated themselves with their successors and had been given opportunity for edu cation and development, accompanied the Saracens into Spain and there met their brethren, who had been greatly abused by the Visigoths and who were only too glad to unite in aiding the following of the Prophet to establish a kingdom. There they developed trade, poetry: philosophy, science, and literature and art. They became ministers of the government ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 August 1919

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 15, 1910. MARSHALL. Honoring the bride-to-be, Miss Ella Bearman and guests here for the wedding, Miss Lillian Gold entertain ed last Wednesday night with a real old-fashioned tacky party in the back yard of the Gold home. The girls in aprons and the boys in overalls aided by the bright lanterns and various "tacky" posters, were led into the garage where they enjoyed dancing to Victrola music. During intermis sions candy, cake, and Iced watermel ons were served and the party was indeed a merry one. Those enjoying Miss Gold's hospitality were: Misses Ella Bearman, Madeline Josey of Shreveport, Rebecca Cohen of Coaho ma, Mississippi, Gussye and Rose Goldberg, Lillian Gold, Elsie and Elise Bergson, Dora Waghalter, and Nathan and Richelieu Kranson of Natchez, La., Bernard Kranson of St. Louis, Mo., Irving, Nathan, and Jacob Gold berg, Leon De Bre, Meyer Waghalter, Mike Goldberg, Arthur Levy of New Orleans, Joe Wolfe of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Marx Bath....

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 August 1919

Friday, August 15, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven ter, punch, sweet meats, music and dancing was enjoyed until a late hour. In cutting the large wedding cake, Miss Medeline Josey, of Shreveport, cut the ring Miss Frances Gross the button, and Leon DeBre the dime. The happy couple are the recipients of many handsome and valuuble gifts. Out-of-town guests for the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kranson and son, Richelieu, of Natchez, La.; Bernard Kranson of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. A. Alpern, of Rich, Miss.; Mrs. Gibbs of Peoria, 111.; Miss Madeline Josey of Shreveport; Arthur A. Levy of New Orleans; Joe Wolfe of Dallas, and Miss Frances Gross of Shreveport. WICHITA FALLS. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wolfson are now domiciled in their pretty new home, 1801 Huff Ave., where they will be glad to see their friends. Mrs. Brown and son of Houston, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goldstucker are the proud purents of a son. Messrs. Sam Riesenberg and Joe Art are in C...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 August 1919

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 15, 1919. PREPARATION WORK IN RUSSIA FOR THE REBUILDING OF PALESTINE. (From a Report by Mr. Boris Gold berg, Chairman of the Central Com mittee of the Zionist Organization in Russia.) In January, 1918, a "Society for the Economic Revival of Palestine" was formed in Petrograd. It had three departments Agricultural, Technical and Financial each man ned by specialists, and its aims were: (1) Investigation of the economic pos sibilities of Palestine; (2) Technical analysis of projects and plans for the building up of Palestine; and (3) The formation of a series of industrial and commercial companies for the development of various sides of econo mic life in Palestine. Unfortunately the activity of this Society did not last more than a few months, owing to the attitude of the Bolshevik Government to the repre sentatives of the bourgeoisie, and to the nationalization of banks. The work had to be abandoned, as practi cally all the members of the Soci...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 August 1919

Friday, August 15, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen m n Another Big Winner The Triangle Royalty Mr. E. S. Aldrich, the manager of the Aldrich Investment Company, selected the $300,000 worth of Royalties which were purchased by the CONSOLIDATED INVESTMENT COMPANY, and it is a record to feel proiul of. as so far every Royalty has proved a winner. On the Royalties we selected were broupht in such famous wells as the Pleasant drove Church, flowing 6,000 barrels a day, the Turner on the Albers, flowing 9.000 barrels a day, the Harrison wells producing over 8,000 barrels a day, and last, the great Wagner well at Desdemona which came in last week reported flowing over 15,000 barrels a day. Remember every one of these were purchased by us before the first well was brought in and are now worth from 5 to 10 times what they were purchased for. The Pleasant Grove well interest which cost us about $10,000 is now giving our Company about $1,000 a day, and our interest in the Wagner which cost us...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 August 1919

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR JEWISH LANDMARKS IN SPAIN New Communities Being Established. In many big towns in Spain there are beautiful remains of the ancient Jewries, the streets and buildings hav ing been preserved intact to this day. There are, for instance, several fine residences which belonged to wealthy Jews before 1492, especially the tow beautiful synagogues in Toledo, with their Hebrew inscriptions. In Cordova, an important part of the old Jewish quarter still exists, and there is a beautiful little synagogue with in scriptions around the building, which is situated in a street named Calle Maimonides. In Seville there are four churches which were formerly syna gogues. One of the most beautiful Jewries is that of Cordova, the birth place of Maimonides, (Ramban). It is built in a fine Gothic style, and the old communal house is now used as a school. In Saragossa there are whole streets of the old Jewry still preserv ed with the residences of wealthy Jew ish denizens. Another...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 August 1919

Friday, August 15, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Piftatn I NEWS FROM DALLAS I Miss Jennie R. Wolfe has returned from a very pleasant visit in Houston, and she now has as her guest Miss Annie Hurwitz of that city. Last Sunday the following motored out to Lake Worth to enjoy the bath ing there: Misses Annie Hurwitz of Houston, Fannie and Mamie Tobias, Jennie R. Wolfe, Mrs. P. Garonzik; Messrs. Harry and Israel Cohen, Ephraim Garonzik, Philip Garonzik, Israel Garonzik, and Herbert and Sylvan Garonzik. Dr. and Mrs. Willium H. Green burg before leaving for the East, will give a farewell reception for their friends, Thursday night from eight to eleven o'clock at their home, 1913 Park Row. The following announcement has been received: Mr. and Mrs. Isaa" Edward Rose anounce the marriage of their daughter, Sylvia Marghueritc, to Mr. Bert Keller on Wednesday, the sixth day of August, nineteen hundred and nineteen, Cleveland, Ohio. After an extensive tour of the West Mr. and Mrs. Keller will be lit...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 15 August 1919

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August IB, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 Weit Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Tex 'Phone, Lamar 5460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR JEWISH CALENDAR 5679-1918 Uosh Haerhnnah Sautrday, Sept. 7 Kant of (Jedallali Monday, Sept. 9 Yom Kippur Monday, Sept. 16 Sukkoth, First Day.... Saturday, Sept. 21 Hoshannah Kabbah Krlday, Sept. 27 Sli'mlni zereth Saturday, Sept. 28 Simchath Torah Sunday, Sept. 29 Kosti ChodeKh ClieHvan. .Monday, Oct. 7 Uosh Chodesh KIhIuv Tuesday, Nov. 6 Chnnukknh Friday, Nov. 29 Ronh Chodesh Tebet. .Wednesday, Dec. 4 Fast of Tcbet Friday, Pec. 13 5679-1919 Rosh Chodesh Shebat ..Thursday, Jan. 2 Kosh Chodesn Adar Saturday, Feb. 1 Uosh ChodeMh Ve-Adar. .Monday. Mar. 3 Fast of ICsthcr Saturday, March 15 Purlin Sunday, March 16 Rosh Chodesh Nissan. .Tuesday, April 1 l'esach, First Pay Tuesday, April 1.1 I'eKii-h, Seventh Day ....onday, April 21 Kosh Chodesh lyynr ..Thursday, May 1 I jib H'Omur Sunday, May I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

OK M The IV . .11 V II II i l II vif DP. GEOPGEFOX.EDITOP 3 Mil I DR. OEOUOR FOX, 1'rcnldent 4 8AM MHHUITZ. Vice-President (LOUIS MORIU.H. Sec'y-Trem. ( The editor In not roHpoiiNilil t exprmaed by cniitrlliutum. a.. f letters will receive no conHtderiitloii. . VOL. VIII. NO. 20. FORT WORTH-DALLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AU( '0 Knten-d In the Kort Worth 1'ontofficel hr Sernnd Claim Mall Matter by the Mon-J-Itor I'ulillnhlnK Company. S Price $l.B0Per Year. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS GUGGENHEIM TO AID SOCIAL UNIT PLAN. brother of Thuo Mack, a prominent at torney of Fort Worth, Texas. Mr. Daniel Guggenheim has offered to assist in providing a fund of $100, 000 for the National Social Unit Or ganization, an association which has for its purpose the betterment of self government in cities through the crea tion of community councils. In a let ter to Secretary of the Interior Frank lin K. Lane, the national chairman of the organization, Mr. Guggenheim in dorses the movem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

Two THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 22, 1919. ZIONIST COURSES FOR THE TRAINING OF HEBREW TEACHERS. In response to a number of in quiries received in reference to the courses for the training: of Hebrew teachers, conducted under the aus pices of the Department of Education of the Zionist Organization of Amer ica, Mr. Emanuel Neumann, Educa tional Director, has issued the fol lowing; statement: Soon after the Department of Edu cation began its work in the fall of 1918, it was found that there existed throughout the country a great dearth of Hebrew teachers. Owing to the great decrease in immigration from European countries, the operation of the selective draft, and other circum stances, the supply of Hebrew teach ers became so limited that all Hebrew educational efforts in this country ap peared to be seriously threatened. The Department of Education of the Zion ist Organization, therefore, under took as an emergency measure the establishment of courses for the pur pose of giving a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

Friday, August 22, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Three MORGENTHAU COMMISSION NOW IN VILNA. Hears Stories of Survivors of Pogroms and Relatives of Victims. Mor genthau Acquiring New Light on Jewish National Question. Polish Government Tells Him What Has Been Done Toward Punching Po grom Perpetrators. London, Aug. 13. (By I. J. P. B.) Henry Morgenthau, head of the American Commission to investigate Jewish conditions in Poland, has ar rived in Vilna, where he has receiv ed a cordial greeting from the prom inent Jewish residents. From the stories of the witnesses of whut has been occurring in Poland recently, and through conferences with political leaders, Morgenthau's eyes are being opened to the Jewish national prob lems. The President of the Vilna Jewish Kehillah, Dr. Shavad, in an address delivered at the welcoming reception to Mr. Morgenthau, described the hor rible sufferings of the Jews in Lith uania for the past five years from persecution, accusations, robbery and slaughter. He Raid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

Pour THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 22, 1919. & editorial! i 4 WHY STOP AT THE NAME? Our excellent contemporary, the Ameri can Hebrew, has a department which it calls "The Philosopher's Corner" edited by one who calls himself Israel ben Maimon. The philosopher has been discussing the very important question "Should We Retain Our Specifically Jewish Name? Many have contributed to the column by way of an swering this question one way or the oth er. Some wanted to change others of course do not. We happened to glance over the answers, and we found one that is so typical of a certain class of beings that have had the misfortune to be born Jews, that we reproduce it: The Question of Embarrassment. Dear Sir : Extreme antithesis between my non-Jewish maiden name and the present Levy gives me the vantage point of umpiring the question, "Should we retain our specifically Jewish name?" I cry out with every drop of blood flowing through my veins, to give them up. Possessing a non-Jewish...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

Friday, August 22, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Five NEWS FROM DALLAS I r 0 I i rv I V - i LKON KAHN. Mr. Leon Kahn, affectionately call ed "Uncle" Leon by his hundreds of friends, is one of the pioneers of Dal las and Texas, where he has liveed for. more than fifty years. Mr. Kahn is one of the most widely known and loved men in the State. Through his business connections as well us through his interest in Masonic work, he has scores of friends all over the Southwest. None know him but to respect and love him. Mr. Kahn is an ardent Jew, and his religion is not only a matter of corn union between him and his God, but between him and mankind. It is said of him that he has never been known to refuse his help to a worthy project, and his charity is as broad as his love for his fellows in deep. Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Munsey and baby who were the truest a 0f their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Roth of Mar shall, have returned. Mr. Rudolph Liebman is home af ter a pleasant vacation spent in At lanti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 22, 1919. f Six Federal Oil & Refining Company Our Desdemona Holding Should Maks Us Rich The Ranger-Rock Island Company's well on a 10-acre tract in the Desdemona oil field (in which the Federal Oil & Refining Company owns a substantial interest) is making 2,400 barrels of oil per day; we are reliably informed. Our in terest in this tract alone should earn for all present stockholders an annual dividend of at least 20 per cent. This well is expected to make 7,000 barrels per day, when drilled deeper into the oil sand. The drilling contract calls for two more wells on this tract WITHOUT A CENT OF COST TO THE STOCKHOLDERS IN THE FEDERAL OIL & REFINING COMPANY. We own 4,200 acres of valuable leases and one in all the proven fields of Texas. 75 PER CENT TO STOCKHOLDERS We have set aside 75 per cent of the net earnings of this company to pay dividends to stockholders, the remaining 25 per cent to be used for developing and drilling our lease ...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

Friday, August 22, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Seven The Situation of the Jews in Poland QQQ pinsk. The most convenient course of the Polish leaders is that excesses are apt to happen in times of excitement, that they happen in U. S. in days of poli tical strife, in times of labor trouble, and even independently in race riots. Without wishing: to excuse any act of lawlessness, the matter is different because in Poland we are confronted with a policy of extermination which uses mob violence, if not as direct means for that purpose, then at least a method of so intimidating the Jews that they will emigrate. It is a policy of the Czar's underlings with a democratic pose. The proof was furnished by Roman Dmovsky who aid in a conversation with Louis Mar shall that there were not enough crumbs to feed both the Jews and the Poles, and so the former will have to be forced out for which purpose Mr. Dmovsky, now one of the leaders of Poland's destinies, organized the boy cott against the Jews. O...

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. — 22 August 1919

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 22, 1919. Away from the Path of Uncertainty- OK-IN PRODUCING & REFINING COMPANV NO IDLE PROMISE BUT THE TRUTH I X The purpose for which this company is formed is to build a Refinery to manufacture crude oil products; to be wholesale manufacturers and jobbers of crude products, such as Gasoline, Kerosine and Crude Oil Pro ducts. Our Refinery site (36 acres), which we own in Fee, is located 5 miles N. E. of Fort Worth on the T. P. & St. L. S. W. R. R., served by two pipe lines which are common carriers in the state of Texas, where we will build our 5,000-barrel modern refinery. m u M M Pi Our Holdings 36-a. in Fee, 5 miles N. E. Fort Worth on T. P. & St. L. S. W., where we will build our refinery, just opposite the Magnolia, Pierce, Fordyce & Gulf Refineries THE BIG ONES. Valuable Leases We own 2,000 acres in ten proven fields in Texas, 900 acres of which are in Erath County, where the largest wells in the state of Texas are loca...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

Friday, August 22, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine -ELIMINATING THE GAMBLE OK-IN PRODUCING & REFINING COMPANV NOT A DREAM BUT A REALITY Jl It has been the history of the oil industry that those who have invested in the refining of crude oil have realized on their investments in nearly every instance. Where there has been one failure of a refining com pany paying substantial dividends, there have been countless numbers of failures among producing com panies to even secure a single barrel of oil. With the refining business the stockholders can ko d.uly, if ho so desires, to the site, and see the foundations, brickwork, stonework, stills and other valuable machinery placed upon and erected on the site, and he can iro away feelinjr that his money is beinir spent in something tangible, and not put into a dry hole where he cannot even see that his money has ever served any useful purpose. We believe thnt this statement us to th desirability of refining stock over oil stock will appear l...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 22, 1919. NATIONAL FEDERATION of TEMPLE SISTERHOODS The National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods through its Executive Board expressed its gratitude to Mrs. Abram Simon, by presenting her with a Bible in recognition of her excellent services as president of the organiza tion. The Bible which was presented to her upon her retirement from of fice is beautifully engraved, and on its cover is a gold plate inscribed with the recipients name. Mrs. Simon was president of the National Federation of Temple Sis terhoods since its organization in 1913. During the six years of her presidency the National Federation grew from a membership of fifty-five to two hun dred. As honorary president Mrs. Si mon will continue her active service on behalf of the Federation. Approaching Holidays, Time for Uniongrams. Many of the older as well as young er organizations that are affiliated with the National Federation of Tem ple Sisterhoods are availing them selves of th...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

Friday, August 22, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven started his noted career as a writer and lecturer on rural problems. His genius for marshalling men resulted in the many local and state organize tions for rural betterment, notable among which was the Live Stock Breeders Association, of which he was secretary, and the Live Stock Ship ping Association. The organization of the Canby Community, to bring the farmers of the community in bet ter social contact with the merchants and professional men came a model for the state, and attracted many noted visitors. Mr. Ostrolenk was called upon to lecture in virtually every teachers association in Minne sota, and in 1913 lectured on the Chautauqua platform throughout the States of Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska. He is the author of "Distrust Busting in Canby," "Get ting Acquainted in Canby," "The Canby Idea," and several other arti cles published in the Country Gentle man, and other leading agricultural, Journals. He pursued advanced ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 22, 1919. BUY IT AT RENFRO'S, 4 Busy Rexall Drug Stom fort worth newsI NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straui Lodge No. 619, I. 0. B. B., first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. All members are urged to attend as there are always important matters to be discussed. L. M. MILLER, President. ELI GILBERT, Secretary. Congregational Temple Beth-El, Bth 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 Avatah Sholem. Friday evening services at 8 o'clock. Satur day morning, 8 o'clock. Sabbath school Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. THE MIRIAM CLUB. The Miriam Club will given a big carnival Tuesday evening, Aug. 26, on the lawn of the Temple. These young girls are doing splendid work and it is to be hoped that every cne will lend their encouragement. Come out Tuesday eveni...

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