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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

Tllfe JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen Friday, August 22, 1919. lunch was spread and enjoyed by the following: Anna Lesser, Evelyn Goldstein, Ida Wolffnon, Estelle Shan blum, Bluma Weber, Esther Weber, Dorothy Sehlessinger of Weatherford, Bernice Dan, Regina Kahn, Anna Ilur witz, Jennie Coplin, Katie Cohen and Marie Cohen; Messrs. Sol Wolffson, Sydney Gilbert, Abe Hoffman, Archie Albert, Louis Daiches, Irving Weber, Leon Gilbert, Dr. Hayne, Nathnn Hoffman, Meyer Riehman, Mr. Fink, Sydney Weltman, Maurice Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Fred chaperoned the party. THE NEW TEMI'LE. The committee consisting of Messrs. Sam Joseph, Herman Lederman and Rabbi Fox, with the architect, J. J. Pollard, have agreed on the plans to be submitted to hie Building Com mittee and then the Congregation- for the new Temple. It will be one of the handsomest structures of its kind in this part of the country. The plans include besides the Temple au ditorium, a gymnasium wtih shower baths and lockers, a community house w...

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. — 22 August 1919

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday.August 22, 1919. WICHITA FALLS. Mr. Aaron Wolfson and Bud Riesen burg spent Sunday in Fort Worth. Leon Joseph spent Sunday in Ft. Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Markovitz are the parents of a fine Bon. Messrs. Sam Riesenberg and Joe Art have returned from a several week's trip to Colorado Spring and MONITOR TWENTY-TWO Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker are the proud parents of a baby girl. Harry Jaffe has returned from a business trip to New York. Mrs. Brown and son, Maury, have returned to Houston after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Will Hirsch. Miss Marion GoIdstucKer of Tyler, who has been attending C. I. A. at Denton, is the charming guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Goldstucker. Mr. A. Zundleovitz spent several days here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Zundleovitz are summering in Bould er, Colorado. Mr. Leo Goldstucker has returned to his home in Tyler after spending a few days with his children, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Goldstucker and son. , Arthur Lyons is in Little Rock, ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

Friday, August 22, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen MORGENTHAU DENIES REPORT ON POGROMS An authoritative denial by Henry Morgenthau, former ambassador to Turkey, and present head of the Amer lean Commission to Investigate Con ditions in Poland, that he told news paper men he thought pogrom reports were exaggerated, was made public last Thursday by the State Depart ment at Washington. This statement puts an end to the illusion the Ameri can public has been harboring for nearly two weeks that the head of the delegation was inclined to believe that the Jews in Poland w ereerovemfc the Jews in Poland were overstating their case. Mr. Morgenthau's cable gram emphatically declares that the "story" was issued July 28 by the Polish Telegraph Agency without his knowledge. When he learned of it he Immediately sent the following dis patch to the State Department: "Mr. Morgenthau, having just read a statement issued by the Polish Tele graph Agency on July 28 that he stat ed in an interview with ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 22, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 Wett Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Texa , 'Phone, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR o JEWISH CALENDAR 6679-1918 RoBh llashhanah , . . . .Rautrday, Sept. 7 Fast of (iedaliah Monday, Sept. SI Yom Klppur Monday, Sept. 16 Sukkoth, First Pay. .. .Saturday, Sept. 2t Hoshannah Rabbah Friday, Kept. 27 Sh'mlnl zereth Saturday, Kept. 2S Slmchath Torah Sunday, Sept. 29 Rosh Chodctth Chesvan. .Monday, t)ct. 7 Kosh Chodesh Klslcv Tup; any, Nov. 5 Chanukkah Friday, Nov. 29 Rosh Cliodcsh Tcbct. .Wednesday, lec. 4 Fast of Tchet Friday, Pec. 13 6679-1919 nosh Chodesh Bhebat ..Thursday, Jan. 2 Hosh Chodcsn Adar Saturday, Feb. 1 Rosh Chodesh Ve-Adar. .Monday. Mar. 3 Fast of F.sther Saturday, March 15 I'urlm Sunday, March 16 Itosh Chodesh Nissan. .Tuesday, April 1 Fesach, First Pay Tuesday, April 15 1'esach, Seventh Pay ....onday, April 21 Rosh Chodesh lyyar ..Thursday, May 1 I.nR B'Omnr...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

August 22, 1919. MONITOR Council of Jewish Women Mrs. Max Margelis, President of the Philadelphia Section, Council of Jewish Women, has been appointed one of six women to serve on a Com mittee of One Hundred, whose duty it shall be to secure able and honorable men to govern the affairs of the ol. Pursuant to a request from the Joint Distribution Committee that communities concern themselves in behalf of Jewish war orphans, the Dallas Section . Council of Jewish Women, of which Mrs. Max J. Rosen thal help adopt one or more such or phans. The Section has formed a "Jewish War Baby Circle," and in vites contributions for this fund. The cost of maintaining an orphan is $80 annually. A generous citizen of Min cola, Texas, who read of this contem plated work in the Dallas Morning News, wrote Mrs. Rosenthol offering $80 for the support of one orphan, and it is hoped that several similar amounts will be raised. A Section of the Council of Jewish Women has been organized in Macon, Ga., by Mrs...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 22 August 1919

MONITOR August 22, 1919. 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 Magazine. A "Jewish Judge" Appointed. In 1334 Cassimir the Great of Po land confirmed a charter of general privileges to the Jews which had ori ginally been given by a predecessor in 1264. The charter insured. the econ omic progress of the Jews and gave guaranties of their personal and re ligious security. They were exempted from the juris diction of the ecclesiastical as well as the municipal law courts and a "Jew ish judge," so called, was appointed to act in their cases, significant of the abuses to which they had been sub jected. Cassimir's liberality attracted Jews from every quarter of Europe and grer.tly increased their number in Po land. After the Yaguello dynasty the power passed from the kings to the Polish nobili...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

'A, I I Si DP. GEORGE' FOX.. EDI TOP UVvV 1 DR. GEOROB FOX. President 1 'BAM LII'HHITZ, Vlce-I'reililent I LOUIS MORRIS, Sec'y-Trens. ) VOL. VIII. NO. 21. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC MORGENTHAU COMMISSION FIN ISHES INVESTIGATION INTO VILNA POGROM. Deputation of Jewish Merchants Beg Aid in Industrial Rehabilitation from America Suggest Es. tablishment of Amcri ican Bank as Means. London, Auk. 19. (By I. J. P. B.) As a result of the investigation, last in? seven days, into the details of the pogrom which occurred in Vilna when the Poles took that city from the Bol sheviki, the Morgenthau Commission has determined that seventy Jews were killed and an untold number wounded. It was also found that not a single Pole lost his life in the so called fighting against the Bolsheviki. These facts were arrived at after the examination of 500 witnesses, and in quiries into the cases of 250 pogrom victims. Anti-Semitic documents and procla mations which the Poles spread in Vil na were also examined by Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 29, 1919. Two AT TENEMENT WINDOWS TO HEAR MUSIC. By Chas. D. Isaacson in the New York Globe. The crowd isn't as well dressed as that which fills the Stadium, nor is it as well fixed in the various walks of life. But it is a crowd hungry for music and feeding on it as it doe3 no other audience in the world. I am talking of the Globe free sum mer concerts in Brownsville, the densely settled. To the casual observer here is a little Warsaw the streets are crowded, the atmosphere is strangely different tnan that seen in the more cosmopolitan sections of the city. The pushcarts with pickles and notions are in abundance; the people are poorly dressed, and there are chil dren a plenty. Here the Globe concerts are sent for the very charity of it, for the dire needs of the people, for the relaxation afforded them in the tense strain of a summer, hot and bearing in addition the worry of the increasing cost of living. Let me sketch for our readers the picture o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

Friday, August 29, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Three THE PROGRESSIVE WORLD STRUGGLE OF THE JEWS FOR CIVIL EQUALITY An nddress delivered by the cx President, William Howard Taft, be fore the National Geographic Society at Washington, D. C. By William Howard Taft. In the National Geographical Magazine. (Continued from Last Issue) In Spain the Inquisition was revok ed in 1834, and the Jews have since been invited back. By the Congress of Berlin, in 1878, to which I shall re fer more in detail later, the Jews se cured political and civil equality in Bulgaria and Serbia. Turkey had al ready granted it to them. On the whole, then, at the present time the sons of Israel have little to complain of in statutory law except in Rumania ami- Russia. This is not to say that they do not encounter so cial prejudice in all countries, which in some countries has grown into bit ter Anti-Semitism and popular agita tion against them. Prejudice cannot be banished by law. It can only fade out as condi tions ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 29, 1919. I editorial! 1 WHY NOT THE B'NAI B'RITH? Some weeks ago Mr. Felix Warburg of New York, called a conference of a number of leading Jews of the North and for the purpose of considering tne conditions of the Jews the world over. Just what the result of the conference was we do not know. But a number of leading coreligion ists did come together and the matter was considered. It is commendable in Mr. Warburg to have taken the initiative in this matter. Mr. Warburg's activities entitle him to a place among the leaders of American Israel, in deed among the Jews of the world. How ever, it occurs to us that the concern of world-Jewry is a greater affair than the concern of one man or of even a small co terie of men. It is for this reason that it seems to us that the proper agency to consider the con dition of world-wide Jewry, would be a world-wide organization that knows no party lines, so far as divisions in Jewry are concerned. If we had no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

Friday, August 29, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Five I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 Lieutenant Harry B. Jablow, Medi cal Corps, United States Navy, is home on a ten day leave, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Jablow, 3510 Colonial Avenue. The many friends of Mrs. Henry Miller regret to learn of her illness at St. Paul Sanitarium, but wish her a very speedy recovery. Clarence Tallison left last week for a vacation in California where he ex pects to join his mother and sister. After spending a delightful sum mer in Galveston Mr. and Mrs. Frank Levin and children have returned to their home on Forest Avenue. Mrs. Ash;er Forgotsoiv and Miss Rose Forgotson who were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gus Forgotson, Alexandria, La., for a month, have re turned. Rcginnald Goldsmith has gone to Mineral Wells for a short stay. Dr. T. M. Freedman has returned from Shreveport where he went to at tend his brother, G. Freedman, dur ing his recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moses and little daughter, Constance...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

Six RELIEF ACTIONS IN OLDEN TIMES. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 29, 1919. By Prof. Gotthard Deutsch for the International Jewish Press Bureau, Inc. Renan charged the Jews with in ability to write history. This was in line with his general anti-Semitic ten dency, for while he was not an anti Semite in the sense of Drumont and Stoecker, he was the real popularizer of the term which means to present the Jews as an inferior race, "une race incomplete" as he puts it. In spite of 11 these prejudiced and preconceived nations, the first book of Samuel, the Book of Daniel, Josephus, and con temporaries of his whose works are lost, disprove the charge. It is a fact, however, that the Jews, like all op pressed peoples, during the long per iod of their sufferings lost interest in history, for people, Semitic or Aryan alike, do not glory in unplesanat rec ollections. To this fact is to be ascribed in the first place the dearth of information found in our our old sources on com munal organiz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

Friday, August 29, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Seven ish legion fighting with the British army in Palestine. Having been de mobilized, it is their intention to re main and work in Palestine. Accord ing to the report, they are working on a cooperative basis, which is one of the fundamental pracinciples of the Zion Commonwealth. A Hound (-duration In pnu t Ir.i business methods will make your work easier 11 ml mure productive. InvcsliKatc our training. If its lliu ln-st, wm want It; If not, iiivi-NtiKatlon will uveal (he fact- Invent mate. l.xpcrt Kaculty, .Modern i: u 1 1 n t-i 1 1 . Individual Instruct Ion. NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE 12 1-2 Main Street. Ph0ne Lamar 7070 FORT WORTH, TEXAS 1 JEWISH WELFARE IM)ARD. IwiWi -r 4 i ti i m 1 1' irruMmi MR. M. SHANBLUM (The Cranil Hd Man) Who Ik ilcvotliiK IiIm llinu In Htiii-rvlniti( the Collection llf clotlll'H to 111- Kent to the poor Jewish Wur SuffcrcrM of Kuroi. in Amsterdam, in some town in Mor avia, or in far off Smyrna, and local organi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 29, 1919, Away from the Path of Uncertainty o K-IN PRODUCING & REFINING COMPANY 1 NO IDLE PROMISE BUT THE TRUTH n 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. on (COPYRIGHT API1 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 ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

Friday, August 29, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine --ELIMINATING THE GAMBLE 0 K-IN PRODUCING & REFINING COMPAN V I NOT A DREAM BUT A REALITY I X HBniaianBBB&B LIED FOR) 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 refiniiiK business the stockholders can go daily, if he so desires, to the site, and see the foundations, hriikwork, stonework, stills and other valuable machinery placed upon and erected on the site, and he can co away feeling that his money is beinir spent in something tangible, ami not put into a dry hole where he cannot even see that his money has ever served any useful purpose. We believe that this statement as to th desirability of refining s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 29, 1919. GONZALES. Mr. Dave Stahl left on la9t Tues. day for Chicago and New York in the interest of the firm of Stahl Bros, of which he is the senior member. Mr. J .A. Efron. returned on Tues day from the Eastern markets where he had gone to make purchases for the fall and winter trade. Mrs. Dave Stahl and little son left Thursday for San Antonio where they will spend a week or two. They will be guests at the Gunter. Mr. Harry Gurinsky left last Tues day for St. Louis and Chicago in the interest of his business to make pur chases for the fall and winter trade. Mrs. Hyman Friedman entertained with a six o'clock dinner honoring Misses Bertha Mae Myers and Ger trude Novich, also Mrs. Jarred Lisncr of Del Rio. The menu consisted of the good things generally served, and Mrs. Friedman always serves such lovely meals that are always enjoyed by her guests. After dinner a few of the friends of the family dropped in when progressive conversation, singin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

Friday, August 29, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Eleven be presented at the Zioniat Conven tion to be held in Chicago: Whereas, all Zionist work, propa ganda, education and junior work, has been entirely neglected during the past year since the new district plan has been introduced, for the following reasons: 1. Because, since the state organiza tion has been dissolved, all activities in the interest of Zionism either local ly or in the state, have been entirely suspended and all the leaders through, out the state have been compelled to discontinue work in the advancement of the Zionist cause. 2. Because the controlling interests and the fact that all power that pre viously has been lodged in the local organization was taken away and centralized in the head organization in New York. 3 . Because the New York office has taken unto iteslf all the privileges in the way of appointing local leaders, irrespective of the fact that the people locally know better who are fit and able to be leaders...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 29, 1919. FORT WORTH NEWS BUY IT AT RENFRO'S, 4 Busy Rexall Drug Storei NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 519, 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, 5th 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. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levinson and baby and Mrs. H. Shuster and Master Julius Meyerson has motored to Min eral Wells for a two week's stay. The Monitor received an announce ment of a baby girl being born to Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gens of Tulsa, Okla...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen Friday, August 29, 1919. son Avenue where they will be glad to see their friends. Mrs. A. White, wh oas been visit ing her children, Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Ritchey of Harrison avenue, left for California. Miss Francis Vesler of San Antonio spent the week end at the home of the Misses Copersmith. Miss Yeta Levy of Dallas was the guest of Miss Fanie Abrams of Mag nolia avenue during the week. THE LAST CALL. Once more we have to call on our brethren and remind them of their duty towards their suffering brethren in Europe. Several weeks ago an appeal ap peared in these columns in which our co-religionists here in town were ask ed to donate their old clothing for our brethren in Europe. Many responded to that call, but not all. Mr. M. Shanblum, who has under taken this work, found it impossible for him to canvass from house to house and has, therefore, requested us to inform our people here in town that all those who are willing to give something something that w...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 29 August 1919

Fourteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, August 29, 1919. THE PROGRESSIVE WORLD STRUGGLE OF THE JEWS FOR CIVIL EQUALITY (Continued from Page 3) most limited. They had no political rights and were thus kept excluded from government employ. They were denied secondary and university education except to the ex tent of a very small per cent of their number, and they were so hemmed about with police restrictions as to subject them to oppressive blackmail. The result has been that the great majority of them are ignorant, and even before the war at least a third of them were in direst misery and destitution. There are in the world over fifteen million Jews. Of these, six millions are to be found in the ten provinces of Russian Poland and the fifteen prov inces called "the Pale of Settlement." There are upward of 2,250,000 Jews in Austria and Hungary. There are 615,000 in Germany. There are 270, 000 Jews in Great Britain, 100,000 in France, 45,000 in Italy, half a million in Asia, 250,000 in Ruma...

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