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Friday, September 16, 1921.
THE JEWISH MONITOR
STANDARD BATTERY SERVICE STATION
114-16-18-20 Throckmorton Street
FORT WORTH, TEXAS
tartar and Ignition DISTRIBUTOR!
golofsky, Aaron Kruger, Andrew D.
Hudspeth, Jr., Morris Catch, Max Sep.
sovicvh, E. Frank Johnson Jr., Rich
ard Pink, Sam Wolffson and Charles
E. Veros Jr.
BINYON-O'KEEFE FIREPROOF STORAGE CO.
FURNITURE STORED, PACKED, SHIPPED AND
FORT WORTH HOUSTON GALVESTON
"Pure Distilled Water Ice"
Made in Fort Worth by
The Ballard Ice & Fuel Co.
104-310 South Lake Street
Phone Lamar 257
Our clientele is rapidly building up among the dais of families who
demand that their ice is absolutely pure and that it be delivered
promptly and by men who appreciate business and use all of their cus
tomers in an honest and sincere manner.
Fort Worth Battery Company
WILLARD SERVICE STATION
111! Monroe Street Phone Lamar llSf
THROUGH SERVICE WE GROW
Sanitary Kosher Delicatessen
M. SMITH, Manager
WE SERVE HOT LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS
SANDWICHES A SPECIALTY
PICNIC LUNCHES A SPECIALTY
Next to Telephone Bide 267 W. 10th Street
Phone Lamar (333
WI WANT YOUR BUSINESS
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FIX THE NAME IN YOUR MIND
TEXAS STATE BANK
OF FORT WORTn, TEXAS
Officers and Directors
W. L Swallweod. President C J. Maner, Cashier
B. B. Ssmiels, Active V.-Pre. II. L. Rodaieee, Assist. Cashier
A. L. Baker. Active V.-Pree. C. C Johnson, Assist Cashier
Get. T. SUllnua, V-Preatfent L. B. Ward, Assist Cashier
A. J. Beavers, Real Estate and Oil Sidney L Basinets, Atty. at Law
GUARANTY FUND BANK
The Junior Auxiliary to the Coun
cil of Jewish Women met Sunday af
ternoon in the vestry rooms of Tem
ple Beth Israel with Misses Eva and
Dora Blank as hostesses. After a bus
iness meeting a program was render
ed as follows:
Piano solo by Sophie Wolfson.
Address by Doctor D. Goldberg.
Song by Elsie Brettler.
Address by Mrs. Pink.
Piano Solo by Minnie Goldberg
Refreshments were served to Miss
es ElBie Cohen, Elsie Brettler, Steph
anie Fieldschmidt, Eva and Dora
Blank, Florence Altfelt, Sophie Spitz,
Minnie Goldberg, Sophie Wolfson,
Fannie and Lena Fiseh and Mesdames
Pink, Goldberg, Kramer; Messrs.
Pink, Jaffe, Goldberg. Miss Martha
Borgolofky will be the next hostess.
Mrs. I. A. Fine and daughter, Dor
othy Elaine and mother, Mrs. Sam
Ricscnberg are spending several
weeks in Mineral Wells.
Mrs. Eugene Segall has returned
Mrs. Eugene Liepold returned Wed
nesday from Colorado Springs.
Mr. Adolf Cohen is in Fort Worth.
A. B. Wofson spent the week-end
here with his family.
Mr. Chas. landman of Fort Worth
is visiting his sister, Mrs. Herman
Miss Dora Waghalter has returned
to Marshall after a visit with her
cousin, Miss Gertie Sterling.
Mrs. Rose Raphael and daughter,
Miss Helen, have returned from a
summer stay in Denver, Colo., where
they were guests of Mrs. Raphael's
daughter, Mrs. Arthur Werner. Miss
Raphael will enter upon her senior
year at the Texarkana high school
and it was for this reason that a re
turn was made before cooler weather.
Mr. ami Mrs. Julian Friede who
have been spending the past two
weeks with Mr. Ike Schwart and
Mrs. Jerome Friede, who has been the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. L. J. Kominsky
have returned to their home in St.
Louis, Mo., after a very pleasant vis
Miss Pauline Davidson left yester
day for a month's stay with relatives
in El Paso, Texas.
Mrs. B. Ney and daughter, Miss
Lily Ney, have returned Tiome from
St. Louis, where Mrs. Ney was called
to the bedside of her daughter, who
was stricken ill with typhoid fever
while visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Cassct
Miss Ney is able to be about again.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Arnold were
host and hostess to the Thursday
night club with a 6 oclock dinner. The
evening was spent in playing cards.
Those present beside Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Sandbcrgcr, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. L. J.
Kosminsky, I. Schwart, Mrs. Rose
Raphael and Emma Louise Heilbron.
Elmer Mendels returned from a
short trip to Beaumont.
Funeral services for Harold F.
Joske ,son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexan
der Joske, who was drowned Labor
Day afternoon while bathing in the
Guadalupe River, near New Braun
fels, was held lust Wednesday after
noon from the family home, 241 King
William street. Buriul was made in
the Temple Beth-El Cemetery, Rabbi
Barm-stone of Houston officiating.
Mr. Joske was drowned about 3
o'clock in the afternoon, when it is
believed he became entangled in the
brushwood. His body was not recov
ered until two hours search. He was
a member of many local organizations
and one of the most promising young
business men of this city. His sudden
death came as a thunderbolt from a
clear sky, and his numerous friends
refused to believe the news for a great
white. The heartfelt sympathy of the
Jewish community govs out to the
grief stricken parent.
Misses Rosalind Scharlack and Til
lie Brown have returned home after
a month's visit to California points.
They report some time.
News has just been received in this
city of the marriage of Mr. Dave A.
Lown and Miss Ida Shapiro, in Aus
tin, August L'Hth. They will reside in
Hyman Ross, aged fifty years, dry
goods merchant at 744 West Com
merce street, died at 2M Thursday
uftcrnoon at a local hospital. Mr.
Ross was a native of Poland, but had
been a resident of San Antonio for
the past twenty years. He was a mem
ber of the Independent Order of B'nai
B'rith, and the Agulus Achim and
Rodef Sholom Synagogues. Surviving
besides one brother, Jacob Rozinsky
of New York City, is a nephew, Mor
ris Levinowsky of this city. Inter
ment wa in the Orthodox Cemetery.
Millions of dollars loss of mer
chandise and proerty and hundreds
of lives were lost in San Antonio, as
a result of a most terrible electrical
storm and cloudburst of last Friday
night. Beginning early Friday night,
spectacular lightning and crashing
thunder began to descend on the city,
and by midnight, a cloudburst in the
north of the city. This caused every
stream and the San Antonio river to
overflow their banks, with the result
that by Saturday morning, destruc
tion and havoc was seen on all sides.
The down town section suffered the
heaviest financially, as ever)' store on
Houston and Commerce streets was
flooded with water. Hundreds of lives
were swept on the swift current,
while hundreds upon hundreds more
saved themselves by clinging to tree
tops, posts and and other means of
relief available. The city as plunged
into darkness, while the greatest part
of the town was without water, light,
phone service, and gas for two days.
With the dawn of Monday things be
gan to take definite shape, and it is
expected that rebuilding will soon
start So far, there are two Jewish
people in the hospital, Miss Ethel
Reich and her mother, Mrs. II. Reich,
2415 South Flores. Both are resting