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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 July 1919

Friday, July 11, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nina BUY YOUR GROCERIES FROM . news from Dallas The Ladies' Auxiliary of Shaareth Israel congregation wishes to thank each and everyone who contributed to the overwhelming financial and social success of the lawn" fete given on the night of June 25. " Mr. and Mrs. George Schcpps hav gone to Toledo, Ohio, where they will attend the Willard-Dempsey prize , fight. From there they will go to New York before returning home. The Brandeis club entertained with an all day picnic last Sunday at Bach man's Dam. Boating and games were the chief diversions of the day. A huge lunch which was provided by the girls was served. All present en joyed themselves immensely. Messrs. Simon and Sam Fram spent the week end in Waco. . Miss Fannie Goldstein has returned from Fort Worth, after spending sev eral days with her sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fiedman on South Jennings avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Goldirar have gone to Tyler wher ethey will makt. thei...

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. — 11 July 1919

THE JEWISH M0HIT04 Friday, July 11, lfllf. RABBI GERSTEIN. Like a thunderbolt out of a clear sky came the shocking news of the untimely death of Rabbi Nathan Ger stein of San Antonio, Texas, at Tul sa, Oklahoma, Saturday night last. Rabbi Gerstein made a friend of everyone that he met, and of these there are many in this city, he hav ing been here for over a year, serving in the capacity of rabbi and principal of the local Hebrew School. He en deared himself in the hearts of every one of the Jewish (community. Th loss of a man of his calibre is irre parable from the viewpoint of a lead er in modern American orthodoxy. He was not only a scholar of the modern school of pedagogy, but also was a Talmudist of the old school. He had in him the magnetism and power to draw to him those of the young gen eration as well as those of the old. The cutting off of a promising ca reer of this kind is a loss to be felt not alone in the city, the community of which he happened to be serving at the ti...

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. — 11 July 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Bma Friday, July 11. 1919. School, the following resolutions were adopted: Whereas, the Almighty God, in His wisdom, called unto himself Rabbi Na than Gerstein, and Whereas, Rabbi Gerstein was be loved by the entire community of Fort Worth and was highly respected as man and teacher, Therefore, Be it Resolved, That in the untimely death of Rabbi Gerstein the Jewish community of Fort Worth has lost a friend and advisor, and Be it Further -Resolved, That the loss of a man of the calibre of Rabbi Gerstein is one that cannot be replaced and one that is keenly felt. Resolved, That a copy of these res olutions be spread on the minutes of this Congregation and the minutes of the Board of Directors of the Hebrew School, and a copy of same be sent to the bereaved widow. JOSEPH WOLFFSON, Secy. GREEK SYNOD OPPOSES ANTI SEMITISM. Anti-Semitism outbreaks having oc curred in a number of towns on thu coast of the Sea of Marmora, and es pecially on the Island of Marmora, the chie...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 July 1919

the Jewish Monitor TWv : MARSHALL. t and family, Mrs. Veit, Dr. and Mrs. George Fox and daughter, Fort Worth, Texas. Miss Zelma Sarkin of Shreveport, La., is the guest of Mrs. Sidney Schwartzberg. Lieut Meyer Wagtalter returned from a visit to St. Louis and left for Camp Bowie for discharge. Mrs. Hallet Ray and son, Raymond, Mrs. Joe Hirsch and children, and Miss Josie Kahn of Dallas left Sun day to spend the summer in Califor nia. Joe Hirsch left for New York to purchase goods for Weisman & Co. Mrs. R, Bearman is visiting Mrs. J. L. Kranson in Natchez, La. Mr. A. I. Samuelson, who has been the guest of relatives here for several months, left Sunday for his home in California. Miss Adrienne Michaelson of Gon zales returned home after a visit lit the Marx Bath home. Mrs. H. Goldberg and daughters, Misses Rose and Gussye, Miss Zelma Sarkin of Shreveport, La. and JacoT Goldberg motored to Longview Sun day. For her guests, Miss Zelma Sarkin of Shreveport, La., Mrs. Sidney Schwartzbe...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 July 1919

Friday, July 11, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR ThtrtMn JOINT DISTRIBUTION" COMMIT TEE. (Continued from Page 4). fering should be undertaken on as broad a scale as is possible. Those who are sufficiently fortun ate to be living in this country have a natural desire to give from their means to those who are less happily situated in the home land, and I feel that a great work is being done by the establishment of a means of al lowing them to send these remittances without cost to themselves, thus in suring the largest possible payment abroad against the amounts entrusted ' to your care. That the need of these individual remittances is being recoic nized more and more, is evidenced by the very large increase in applica tions for this service which we are receiving, not only in New York, but from all over the country. This is, of Course, particularly apparent here in this city. At the office that our com mittee has recently establinhed at OS Second Avenue, we received one day this week applic...

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. — 11 July 1919

Frarttta THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 11, 1919. "Dry Holes Are Paying Dividends" TO INVESTORS IN DRILLINGCOMPANIES Not a Speculation But a Real Investment That Will Make Large and Certain Dividends OFFICERS JUDGE R. H. BUCK .President .Associate Justice Court Civil Appeals, Fort Worth, Texas. MILTON G. HALL, V-President, Burk field superintendent for Gulledge & Hall Co., Wichita Falls, Texas. R. H. HUNTER, Treasurer, F. & M. Nation al Bank, Successful Oil Operator, Fort Worth, Texas. LOUIS S. WITTE, Secretary, State Mana ger H. B. King Brokerage Co., Fort Worth, Texas. TRUSTEE JUDGE R. H. BUCK, Associate Justice Court of Civil Appeals. COUNSEL CAPTAIN RAYMOND E. BUCK, Law firm of Lattimore & Buck. HEAD DRILLER CLAYTON L. YARBROUGII, one of Burk bumett's oldest and most experiences drillers and oil geologist. DEPOSITORY F. & M. NATIONAL BANK, Fort Worth, Texas. DIRECTORS JUDGE R. H. BUCK, Associate Justice Court Civil Appeals. MILTON G. HALL, Burk Field superin ten...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 July 1919

Friday, July 11, 1919., THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen TO THE MEMORY OF AARON AARONSOHN. The National Executive Committee of the Zionist Organization of Ameri ca has adopted these resolutions in memory of Aaron Aaronsohn who wai killed on May 15 In an aeroplane crash while crossing the English channel. ' "Whereas the members of the Na tional Executive Committee of the Zionist Organization of America have been shocked and grieved beyond words by the news of the sudden death in an aeroplane accident of Aaron Aaronsohn, in the midst of his greatest labors for the cause of Zion ism, and at the height of his powers, and Whereat, Aaron Aaronsohn has since the war made sacrifices to the cause of Jewish nationalization, see ing his life-work destroyed and mem bers of his family brutally murdered, and again and again hazarding his life, until his death came, in the midst of a Zionist mission, only the last in a series of tragedies, and Whereas, Aaron Aronsohn neither sought nor received honors a...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 July 1919

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOfc Friday, July 11, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 West Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Texas 'Phone, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR PALESTINE. (Continued from Page 13 on at a local sanitarium, is doing nicely. Mrs. Henry Zellenbach and daugh ter is visiting her mother, Mrs, Hannah Ash. Sam D. Brooks is in New York, where he has gone in the interest ot his ready to wear store. Mesdames Abe Weisner and Dav Loeb are here, called by the death of their father, M. Winner. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Davidson have re turned from Houston, where they at tended the marriage of their niece, Celeste Davidson to Sol Stern of New Orleans. Mrs. Ralph Hart and children are visiting her parents in Eagle Lake. WACO. Mr. Joe Snaman, president of Sna man & Co., Waco, and Fort Worth, i3 now in New York on his buying trip. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sanger have gone to California. Miss Leah Friedman is visiting in Chicago, Milwaukee and New York. Mrs. Be...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

4 J Of i n ml I . i he me - - IekIZ M ii i inn ii ii i DP. GEORGE FOX. DITOP tTThe G&eatSovthwes: I DR. GEORGE FOX, President ) 4 BAM LIP8HITZ, Vice-President V 'i I LOUIS MORRIS, Seo'y-Treai. I The editor Is not responsible for vlewi , -"reined by contributor!. ' Anonymous ' - will receive no consideration. Entered In the Fort Worth Poet office as Herond Class Mail Matter by the Mon itor Publishing Company. VOL. VIII. NO. 16 FORT W6., lLLAS, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1919. S ' Price $1.50 Per Year. A. t FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS PALESTINE TO BE PROCLAIMED THE JEWISH HOME SHORTLY. HONORARY DEGREE CONFERRED UPON DR .WEITZMAN BY MAN CHESTER UNIVERSITY. 4 London: (By I. J. P. B.) That Pal estine will be proclaimed shortly the Jewish National home was stated by Dr. Chaim Weitzman, at the Zionist meeting in Liverpool. He stated that the Jews may bank on the fact that this declaration will be made especial ly by the English government within the next four wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

LETTER ADDRESSED TO PRESI DENT PADEREWSKI BY THE JEWISH DEPUTIES IN THE POLISH DIET. Mr. I resident: It being impossible for :us to address you in the form of a parliamentary interpellation, be cause an interpellation requires fif teen signatures, we find ourselves obliged to hand you the following let ter: When you took in hand the govern ment of the country, you declared loudly that the Jewish population in PoIaJil would enjoy equal rights and could, !'ke other citizens, count on the protection of the law. Ths formula, to be sure, did not 1 satisfy our aspirations as a national minority. But we hoped that after the terrible days of Kielze and of Lem hi rg, otter a whole series of pogroms in- the cities and villages of western Galicia, the life and property of Jews would finally be secure. But our hopes have not been realiz ed. Park forces which for a moment suspended their activity have return ed to their work with increased bit terness. It has become certain that there exist orga...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

Friday, July 18, 1919. THE COMMITTEE OF THE JEWISH DELEGATION OF THE PEACE CONFERENCE. THE JEWISH MONITOR By Leo Wolfson. Now that the committee of the Jew ish delegation to the Peace Confer ence have filled their memorandum of demands, and their work is prac tically completed, and they are simply watching and waiting for develop ments and for the realization of their objects, it may be of interest to give a brief survey of the organization and the many difficulties they have en countered. To begin with, the Jewish delegates have arrived a little late. Much im portant work could have been done by way of publicity and organization had they come at the time the peace con ference opened. They came straggling in slowly, singly, and much time was lost. With the arrival of the American Congress Delegation, with usual Am erican efficiency methods things be gan to move and some sort of an ef fort was made to get all the delegates together. At the first conference there were present delegate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 18, 1919. fort 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. 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. Edward Krist were given a surprise party by several of their friends upon their return last Tuesday night from Dallas. Merriment and laughter reigned su preme and weird synpasation demon onstrated by real musical artists pre vailed during the evening. The party consisted, of Mr...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

Friday, July 18, 1919. THE IEW8H MONITOR Chips From a Rabbinical Workshop By RABBI DA VIP ROSEN BA UM, Austin, Texas V. Rabbinical Pleasures and Satisfaction. Life is a combination of the good and the bad, the bitter and the sweet, the pleasant and the unpleasant Rarely does one find in life's experi ences the good or the bad entirely separate and alone. Even such a ca lamity like war has a modicum of good in it, for there is a soul of good in things evil. And conversely, in every manifestation of good, there is frequently involved an element of evil. Life is so constituted that the two opposites blend into one another. The two extremes meet. This general observation may be applied to man's vocations. No occu pation has a monopoly either on the favorable or on the unfavorable ex periences .No profession offers either a bed of roses or a road of thorns. Whatever life work one selects one is bound to find in it discouragements and disappointments as well as pleas ures and satisfaction...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

Six THE COMMITTEE OP THE JEWISH DELEGATION OF THE PEACE CONFERENCE. (Continued from page 3) THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 18, 1919. dates but made no provision for their being carried out. The delegation came here without funds, and had to exist in the funds which Mr. Marshall was kind enough to provide for them out of various funds he had at his dis posal. Such is the irony of fate, o worse properly said, the stupidity of the leadership, and the shame of our people. Fifty thousand dollars would have made the American delegation independent of charity and bounty, and would have made of some of the delegates freer men, and give them more standing and dignity. Of the other delegates Dr. Marcus Branude and Dr. Osias Thone of Po land were giants of intelect and their words were listened to with great re spect. Dr. Leon Reich of East Gali dia has won for himself the regard of everybody. Dr. Hiemerower of Roumania has left a strong impres sion here, and Dr. Felderman the Pres ident of t...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

r Friday, July 18, mg, A STORY OF A SUFFERING PEO PLE. By Stanley Bero, Manager of the Cen tral Relief Committee, as related by Bernard Horwich of Chicago, Spec ial Delegate to Poland Fresh from the Scene of the Horror of Horron. Their heads bowed, sjxty represen tatives of the Central Relief Commit tee, comprising New York's Jewish Orthodoxy, among them distinguished Rabbis wept pilently, as Bernard Hor wich of Chicneo. their gate to iVmr.d, who went .there, under the auspices of the Joint Distribution Committee, told tales of woe, he car , ricd fr. m devastated, starving Poland. There was a restraint in the speaker's voice there was an obvious effort to control gorging emotion as he unfold ed, what tt times sounded like a story invenled by a mad genius of weird fiction. It was a &ury not of mere eye wit nesses, but of cne who felt and suf fered and struggled with those whose cause he wos championing. Lacking in oratorical embellishments, the story, aside from its pervading hum...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 18, 1919. 1 & editorial! it t THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD AGAIN We are glad to add the name of the Mod ern View of St. Louis, to the list of those Jewish periodicals which believe as does the Jewish Monitor, that there is no reason for making permanent the Jewish Welfare Board. We hope that the heads of the or ganization will see this matter as we see it, and wind up the affairs of the organization with the end of the demobilizaton process. In the meantme, we append herewith a let ter from one of the most prominent rabbis of the East, and one who has heretofore been an ardent supporter of the Board: July 8, 1919. Dear Friend: I agree with you, that having accom plished its purpose, the Jewish Welfare Board should retire as gracefully as it may, from the stage of Jewish life. As you say, it has done its work moderate ly well. I will give its leading spirits this credit, to say, that despite their blunders at the beginning, they learned as they went al...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

Friday, July 18, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR BUY YOUR GROCERIES FROM Inews from dallasI Mr. and Mrs. G. Cohen announce the engagement of their daughter, Rose, to Hyman Watelsky. Miss Esther Epstein has gone to San Jose and Kansas City, Mo., to spend her vacation. Mr. Leon Lawrence of Ranger, Texas, spent the Fourth with his folks at 1834 Gray street He is also going to visit relatives in Kansas City anJ thence to New York where he will buy goods for the fall season. Mrs. Mary Laurence and daughter, Jeannette, have left for Kansas City and other parts where they will spend the summer visiting relatives and friends. The T. I. Girls met at the home of Miss Mary Friedman, 2G05 Highland street, Wednesday night, July 9. Dis cussions of the box party was with drawn and a Jewish drama will be given instead. The date and name of the play to be announced later. This club is progressing rapidly and a membership campaign is still open. After the meeting a social program was carried out with Mrs. J...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

v ,;; Ten THE JEWISH MONITOR h .ma LOADING THE WESTWARD HO WITH $2,500,000 WORTH OF SUP PLIES FOR THE AMERICAN JEWISH RELIEF COMMITTEE. lj: t ... u 4 ' ) 2 ' it o r 1 CONGREGANTS IN JERUSALEM OBSERVING A FEAST; FOOD PRO VIDED BY THE NATHAN STRAUS FOUNDATION. Let US Do IT We Know How SELIGMAN, FOSTER & CO. Insurance 522-523-524 Texas State Bank PHONE L. 179 CITATION BY PUBLICATION. The State of Texan, In the District Court Tnrmnt County, Texas. August Term. A. D. 1919. To the Sheriff or Any Constable of Tar- rnnt County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded that, by making puhllrntlon of this Citation In some newHpnper published In the Coun ty of Tn mint four consecutive week (irevlous to the return day hereof, you summon Mary Jones, whose residence fv unknown, to be and appear before the District Court, to be holden In and for the County of Tarrant, at tne court House thereof, In the City of Fort Worth, on the first Monday In August, A. D. 1919, the same being the 4th day of said ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

Friday, July 18, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR UtTM THE UNION OF AMERCIAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS 11 . jt m m FOR AMERICAN JUDAISM I hereby subscribe annually, for the bene fit of the HEBREW UNION COLLEGE and for the promotion of the SYNAGOG AND SCHOOL EXTENSION WORK of The Union of American Hebrew Congregations Name -- P. 0. Address Date TYLER. Miss Rae Licbrich has returned from a short visit in Towcll, Texas. Thursday night Mrs. Silas Fried lander entertained with a Lake party in honor of Miss Louise Goldman of Calvert, Texas, and Miss Rosalie Laz arus of Pine Bluff, Ark. After a de lightful supper, the crowd went for a Ion; boat ride. Misses Lena, Ruth and Ethel Friendlander, and Miss Louise Gold man of Calvert, Texas, spent the week end in Henderson, Texas, as the guests of Mrs. B. Williams and motored home Sunday accompanied by Messrs. Isa dora and Walter Williams, Abe Endel, Willard and Robert Smith of Hender son, Texas. Miss Helen Goldstein is spending a few days in Mineola. The boy...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

Twelve AN INTERVIEW WITH THE ROU MAINIAN PREMIER. V THE JEWISH MONITOR By Leo Wolfson. The second interview arranged for me with reference to the Roumanian Jewish question took place today, when I was received by Dr. J. Brati ano, the Roumanian Premier. I met the premier at his invitation at the Palais Drefus, on the famous Champs Elysee, in Paris, now being occupied as the headquarters of the Roumanian Mission to the Peace Con ference. Mr. Dreyfus, a loading French-Jewish banker is the Rouman ian General Consul in Paris, and ho placed his palatial residenco nc the disposition of the Roumanian govern ment. dially and the interview and discus sion took place just between us two, nobody else being present. After he asked me for some infor mation about myself which I gave him to the effect that I am travelling as a journalist representing the In ternational Jewish Press Bureau, and am making a study of the general conditions of the Jews in Europe and am particularly interested in the R...

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