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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

0 If ft- Friday, July 18, 1919. MINERAL WELLS. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen The following: out-of-itown visitors are here: Mr. and Mrs. S. Wartelski, Mr. A. H. Goldberg, Dallas, Texas; Mrs. B. Sadovsky, San Antonio, Texas; Mr. Will and Eph Garonzik, Mr. Tobian, Dallas, Texas; Mr. I. Forst, Nacogdo ches, Texas; Mrs. Frank Berwald, Houston, Texas; Miss Hadey and May Tiros, Houston, Texas. , ELEVENTH ANNUAL CONVEN TION OF YOUNG JUDEA. At the eleventh annual convention of Young Judea held at Long Branch New Jersey, last week, it was decided to take steps to expand Young Ju daea into an international league of the ZioniBt Youth. A resolution to that effect was introduced by Mr. Eman uel Neumann, Educational director of the Zionist Organization, who stated that Junior Zionist societies, similar to Young Judea Clubs in this country were in existence in Canada, England Norway, Germany, Egypt, nd in other countries. The resolution was seconded by Mr. Joseph, delegate from Canada, who had come...

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. — 18 July 1919

FrorUeo POLISH POGROMS UNABATED (Continued from page 6) THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 18, 1919. The soldiers looted the Jewish homes in Bialystock, Lublin, and five other Polish towns on the pretext of search ing for weapons. Other excesses are reported as fol lows: On June 15th at Kielce, Rzyr erdow, by soldiers of General Haller's Army, who together with civilians plundered Jewish shops; on June 16th in Warsaw; on June 19th by General Haller's soldiers in Nowy Dkor; in Czenstochau Polish soldiers threw communist proclamations into Jewish homes and thrust them into the pock- ets of pedestrians in order that a search, which immediately followed would bring to light "conspirators" against the social order. The motive of this was in every instance black mail. The Jewish Community report ed this to the Polish General Skersky and the French General Odry. The latter promised to take the severest measures against those guilty of these outrages unless they ceased im mediately. On June 26...

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. — 18 July 1919

Friday, July 18, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen 1 i STATEMENT OF THE 0WNER8HIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., REQUIRED BY ACT OF CON GRESS OF AUGUST 24, 1912. . Of The Jewish Monitor, published weekly Ht Fort Worth, Toxas, for April 1, 1919. State of Texas, County of Tarrant, b: ltafore mo, a notary public In and for the atnte and county aforesaid, personally appeared I.ouls Morris, who, havlnir been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he he la the business manager of the The Jewish Monitor, and that the following Is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the owner ship, .management, of the aforesaid pub lication for the date shown In the above cnptlon, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied In Section Ui, Tostal Laws and Regulations, printed on the re verse of this form, to-wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Tuhlisher, Monitor Publishing Co., Fort Worth, Texas....

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 18 July 1919

Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 18, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 Wert Eleventh St., Fort Worth, Texai Phone, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR CHIPS FROM A RABBINICAL WORKSHOP. (Continued from Page B) And lastly, we must not overlook the satisfaction it brings to him of de voting considerable time to cultural and scholarly pursuits. Removed some what, by virtue of his calling, from the material environment and tenden cies of the day, he may seclude him self in his library to draw inspiration from his studies. He peruses the works of (the great literary and spiritual masters of the ages, resulting in a cer tain detachment from commonplace, everyday routine. His very work as a rabbi demands of him to give atten tion to self-culture in order to keep abreast of the progress of the day. Others may, but he must as the spirit ual guide immerse himself almost daily in cultural and scholarly endeav ors. Pleasures and satisfactions such as...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

l OR. OEOROR FOX. President I (8AM LIP8HITZ, Vice-President V llXHJIS MORKIS, Sec'y-Trens. I Vf ' VOL. VIII. NO. 17. (letter ( The editor Is not responsible for views) ffi JW I expresr , by contributor. Anonymous Ijji 'jLA 'receive no consideration. 9 rvw I Entered In the Fort Worth Postofflce as Second Class Mall Mattar by the Mon itor Publishing Company. FORT WORTH-L. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1919. Price J1.60 Per Year. X "i r , i S! FOREIGN and DOMESTIC NEWS FROM SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF JEWISH WELFARE BOARD. Colonel Harry Cutler, Chairman of the Jewish Welfare Board today an nounced the appointment of Harry L. Glucksman to be Executive Director of the Jewish Welfare Board. Mr. Glucksman has been assistant Execu tive Director of the Jewish Welfare Board since its inception two years ago. His promotion followed the res ignation of Chester J. Teller, who was Executive Director during that period. In addition to his experience with the Jewish Welfare Board Mr....

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

Tw THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 25, 1919. I I Council of Jewish Women 1 by her sister, Mrs. Lazarus Cohen Augusta, Georgia Section of the Council of Jewish Women is but a few months old and has already tak en .its place in community affairs. In the Victory parade held in that city recently, the Section entered a beau tiful float which won the second prize of $75.00. This money will be used by the Section for its religious school work. by Mrs. Otto Kempner with a charter membership of 30. There is a large Jewish population . in and about Mt. Vernon and the prospects are that the membership will Increase imme diately. The following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Benjamin Lewis; Secretary, Mrs. H. Golden stein; Treasurer, Mrs. S. Goldenstein. Spokane Section is one of the newer Sections being organized but a year and a half. A report from the Pres ident, Mrs. Binswanger, states among other things that the membership is now 204 with the prospect of more. Evening meetings have...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

Friday, July 25, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR WEALTH CALLS OUT TO YOU FROM THE GREAT TEXAS OIL FIELDS A MER1CAN CHIEF OIL CA RUBBING ELBOWS WITH STEADY PRODUCTION JI0 BLOCK Block 89--Right Up Againct the Big Noise in Startling Burkburnett and Desdemona Where Oil Reigns Supreme when Gusher after Gusher Comes In and when Mother Earth is Waiting for You and I to Take Her Treasure. Stop! Ponder!! Consider!!! Our Hold ings are in the Two World's Greatest Oil Fields, and Remember DESDEMO NA, the heart of All Activities. 20 acres in the Golden Land just north of the Ranger-Rock island producing 5000 barrels a day. Here is your chance to shake hands with and welcome opportunity. m Be Good to Yourself. Prepare for the future AND Mail Coupon TO-DAY Tin Check or Money Order to Coupon 501 !i Main St Fort Worth. Texan. Enclose find my check for in full payment for shares in American Chief Oil Co. Fully paid and non-assessable. Name Address City State Officers D. D. BRADY, President M. M. TENENBAUM, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

Pour THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 25, 1919. FORT WORTH NEWSl 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, 6th 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. Sam Simon and son, Milton, are spending the summer at Atlantic City and other resorts. Mrs. Rose Raphael and daughter, Helen, of Texarkana, spent a day in the city en route to Colorado Springs. Mrs. Henry Mendels and daughter, Miss Raye, were the guests of Mrs. Henry Spero, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

Friday, July 25, ldld. THE JEW'SH MONITOR JEWISH SELF-GOVERNMENT IN SIBERIA. , The rush to Siberia of Jewish war- fugitives from Russia, brought into that country very welcome elements, who, in close co-operation with the older population, according to a cor respendent of the Copenhagen Zion ist Bureau, are reorganizing commun al life there on a democratic basis. This new development is not confined to Siberia, alone, but extends to the Ural provinces. The unifying force in this new democratic development is Zionism, which has always been en thusiastically supported by the Siber ian and Ural Jews, and by most of the new elements. A Jewish weekly is being issued in Irkutsk, the capital of Siberia. This is modeled after the "Ivreyski Zhizn" the old organ of the Russian Zionist Central Committee, and is called by. the same name. Temporary central committees have been organized throughout the territory which is un der the sway of the All-Russian Pro visional Government, whose seat is at...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

Six THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 25, 1919. 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 hold...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

Friday, July 25, 1915. THE JEWISH MONITOR 8T Lisj JACK KATZ Mr. Jack Katz, formerly sales man ager of the "Panther Rubbe" Mfjr. Co., of Boston, Mass., and organizer of the "Panther Rubber Co., of Bar berton, Ohio, begs to announce his affiliation with the AMERICAN CHIEF OIL CO., of this city, with of fices at 501 H Main street. Mr. Katz has full charge of the of fice management of this corporation, and cordially invites his friends to visit him at his new location. MORRIS J. GRODZIN. Prominent Oklahoma Producer and Refiner locates in Fort Worth. Mr. Morris J. Grodzin, the well known refiner and oil producer of Tulsa, Okla., has now located offices at 601 H Main street, of this city. He is treasurer and general man ager of the American Chief Oil Co., also president of the Cherokee Rfg. Co., an Oklahoma corporation; secretary-treasurer and general man ager of the Penn-Okla. Pet. Co., vice president of the Central Pipe and Sup ply Co., a director and general man ager of the Internation...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

Elgnt THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 25, 1919. 16 lEDITORIALl 6 1 JACOBI AND MARIX. The recent deaths of Dr. Abraham Ja cobi and Rear-Admiral Adolph Marix have caused the loss of two men who had achiev ed the highest success in their own particu lar fields. Jacobi was the dean of the medi cal profession in America; Marix had dis tinguished himself in his work in the Amer. ican Navy. It is however, from the point of view of Jews, that we want to consider these men. It is characteristic that a number of Jewish periodicals have written highly eulogistic articles on the life of Dr. Jacobi. It is again the same old habit of dragging in anyone who has made a mark for him self, and was born a Jew, and in his life, the religion of his parents was about as far from his mind, as his kind of religion was from those his sires. Dr. Jacobi was a great man. He achiev ed nobly in the field to which he had dedi cated himself. So did the late Dr. Murphy; so did the late Dr. McBirney; so did others. ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

Friday, July 25, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Nine BUY YOUR GROCERIES FROM : I NEWS FROM DALLAS 1 Mr. Rueben Blonosky and daugh ter, Leah, have just returned from an eight-day visit in Mineral Wells. Misses Rose and Sadie Greber have gone to Chicago, New York and Atlan tic City to visit. Mrs. Sam Gold and daughter, Lil lie, and son, Isidore, have returned from a month's visit with relatives in Kansas City, Mo., and other points. They also visited Mrs. Gold's children, Mr. and Mrs. Louts Geeteh and Mr. Harry Gold of Sapulpa, Okla,, where they were much feted. Miss Cutie Bock, accompanied by Mrs. Herman Bock , has returned from Mineral Wells where she pleas antly spent her vacation. The Concordian Club has discon tinued its meetings for the remainder of the heated term and will resume its activities in the month of Sep tember. Miss Jennie Surawitz has gone to Colorado Springs to spend the sum mer. Miss Sadie Hayman is visiting rel atives in Waco. The Brandies was entertained last Sunday b...

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. — 25 July 1919

Tra THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 25, ldld. MORRIS M. TENENEAUM. Mr. M. M. Tenenbaum, prominent business man of Little Rock, Arkan sas, after an extensive survey and an intensive study of the Texas Oil Fields, has in collaboration with Mr. Jack Katz of this city and Mr. M. J. Grodzin of Tulsa, Okla., formed the American Chief Oil Co., with officers at 501 Main Street. He has visited the principal cities of Texas and has invested heavily in Texas Real-estate and in acreage. He is associated with the Whistle Bot tling Co., A. Tenenbaum of Little Rock, Ark., and is vice-president of the American Chief Oil Co., of this city. JEWS AND SUMMER RESORTS. Some time ago a man prominent in Jewish affairs visited a favorite sum mer resort and witnessed conditions that distressed him. A very unwel come contrast between the conduct of the Jews and the Christians at the re sort forced itself upon him. The Christians, while availing themselves of the many opportunities for realiza tion, observed a...

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. — 25 July 1919

Friday, July 25, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Elaran THE SITUATION OF THE JEWS IN POLAND. By Dr. Gotthard Deutsch. Historic Aspect. The Jews who form apporxlmately 16 per cent of th etotal population of the former kingdom of Poland, rising in the cities to 40 pre cent (Warsaw), and in some instance even 80 per cent (Berdyczew), have been living in these territories since they were opened to civilization. Legend speaks of a Jew. Abraham Prochnovnik, who was elected king of Poland in 840 but declined, nominating Piast who became the founder of the dyn asty ruling Poland for several cen turies (840-1370). Another legend re ports that Duke Leszek formerly in vited the Jews who were persecuted in western Europe to settle in his land, 905. While these stories can not be ac cepted as real facts, it is certain that individual Jews did live in Poland in these early days, and undisputed evi dence proves them to have had or ganized congregations in the 13th cent., as the contemporary rabbinic auth...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 26, 1019. MM g M U M H TVlYt m k U M H U U H H H n i i M n u H H U M 1 Burkburnett-Ranger Oil Go. Capital Stock $500,000 Shares $1.00 Par Value Fort Worth, Texas t This is interesting to any person interested in buying shares of stock in oil Companies. This Company will guaran tee dividends immediately. The BURKBURNETT-RANGER OIL COMPANY, Capital $500,000, $1.00 per share, par value, 405 Main St., Ft. Worth. Texas, has the following propositions. An undivided interest in the Famous Norwood Tract in Ranker, which contains 751 acres and 19 wells now drilling, nov paying big dividends, it has 30 acres in the Desdemona field, which is absolutely proven. It has 160 acres on well lo cated innd in Comanche County, close to production, which the ,-tologist say will be a producer, also have 50 acres in the ,lo!n E. Roller Tract, Burkburnett field, with six producing w .lis. Any person interested in oil development can secure no better stock than in this Compan...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

Friday, July 25, 1019. THE JEWISH MONITOR Thirteen 1 One Well in Stephens County, Texas, Paid the Stockholders "25 for One" ii What will 20 Wells Mean to Itou ? STOCK IN ALL OTHER STEPHENS COUNTY OIL COMPANIES OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC, NOW IS SELLING AT FROM "TWO AND A HALF FOR ONE" TO AS HIGH AS THE SWENSONDALE QUOTATION OF "25 FOR 1." Most Stephens County com panies have only 20 acres or less in leases but we have 80 acres room for 20 wells. Stock in the Stephens County Oil & Gas Association is nearly all sold and shares will go off the market at par, and on the Stock Exchanges at "Two for One" within a very few days. Our rig is already ordered drilling to start real soon. Just look over these figures and see for yourself what pro ducers there are in Stephens county. These wells are report 'ed at follows: The Famous Cary No. 1 pro duces 1,400 bbls. per day. The Stoker Nos. 1 and 2, 3. 600 bbls. per day. McCaulcy No. 1, 3,500 bbls. per day. Lone Star 4,500 bbls. per day. The Davis...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

FouxtMn Ballard Ice and Fuel Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Car, Lots a Specialty Ice Capacity 360,000 Pounds Daily. Factory Yard: Cor. Daggett & Lake Ave., on Frisco Railway. PHONE LAMAR 257 FORT WORTH, TEXAS THE JEWISH MONITOR MEMBERS ILLINOIS, CENTRAL, NEW YORK, SOUTHERN AND PACIFIC COAST WAREHOUSEMAN'S ASSOCIATIONS Lamar 187 BINYON-O'KEEFE FIREPROOF STORAGE CO. Office and Warehouse: 7th and Calhoun FORT WORTH, TEXA8 Friday, July 18, 1919. n WE HAVE A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP FOR AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING LARGEST AND OLDEST AUTOMOBILE GARAGE IN TEXAS HUGH H. LEWIS, JR. DEALER IN AUTOMOBILES GOODYEAR TIRE STATION 5TH & THROCKMORTON FORT WORTH, TEXAS - FRESH HOME-MADE SARATOGA CHIPS, SHELLED PECANS, SHELLED WALNUTS, BLANCHED PARCHED ALMONDS (B. I. M. I. T.) PEANUT BUTTER (B. I. M. I. T.) At Your Grocer F. J. YOUNGBLOOD A Fort Worth Enterprise Phone Lamar 1426 315 So. Lake St. American Exchange National Hank OF DALLAS Capital, Surplus and Profit! $3,200,000 Atteti Over $28,000,000 OLD...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

Friday, July 25, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR Fifteen THE SITUATION OF THE JEWS IN POLAND. (Continued from page 11) of the ancient kingdom the Jews pos sessed full equality, yet they sided with the just aspirations of their fellow-citizens who had often displayed marked hostility to them. Polish Voices on the Jews. While the Polish government from the sixteenth to the end of the eighteenth century did not treat the Jews justly, we find that their lead ing men and women recognized that Poland can not be free unless it grants freedom to her own oppressed. Adam Mickiewicz (1798-1855), perhaps the leading poet of Poland gives us in his novel "Pan Tadeusz," 1834, the sym pathetic character of the patriotic Jew Jankel. Countess Olga Orzeska (1842-1910) shows in her historic nov els, especially in ''Eli Makower," 1875, and in "Meier Ezofowicz," 1878, the Jew as a helpful friend of th ePolish cause. Joachim Lelewel (1788-1861) pleads in his "Jewish Question," 1859, for justice to the Jews. One ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 25 July 1919

Sixteen r. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 25, 1919. THE JEWISH MONITOR J THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO. 211 Wet Eleventh 8t., Fort Worth, Texas 'Phone, Lamar 6460 DR. GEORGE FOX EDITOR and gave full scope to the disinte grating forces in the former Russian empire, Jews became the victims both of the general chaotic condi tions and of national chauvinism, pent up during centuries of oppres sion. This chauvinism is illustrated by the fact, established in the course of a debate in the French chamber, when the minister of war had to admit that a Polish legion fighting under French colors, and commanded by French generals, excluded Jews . from its ranks. Dec. 1918. Reports of grave danger, threatening the Jews of Poland, reached America, and Mr. Louis Marshall, accompanied by Judge Mack called at the Depart ment of State to ask for protection Nov. 11, 1918. A press dispatch of No. 16, 1918, informed us of a note issued by the British ministry of foreign affairs to the Poles who were warned ...

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