The Jewish Monitor (Fort Worth-Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, April 8, 1921 Page: 1 of 16
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VOL. X NO. 29.
FORT WORTH-DALLAS TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 8 1921.
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Eitera Tencnbaum Age 6.
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Rynka Ruebla Goldblum Age 11.
Who Will Adoot Her?
Nachman Tyk Afje 13.
Who Will Adopt Her?
Estera Simullwici Age 6.
Who Will Adopt Him?
THE CALL OF
By Rabbi A. E
Answer the call of one million orphans in tortured Europe whj
with pinched lips white with hunger are awaiting your help.
Answer the call of one million orphans who are cro iching in the
slaughter reeking lanes of devastated Europe and ere awaiting
When you press your beloved little darlings to your warm heart
throbbing with fatherly and motherly love when you feel their
soft little warm hands around your neck remember that over there
in down-trodden Poland Russia Eukrrania Galicia Roumania and
other war stricken lands there are children who were once also be-
loved as your children are but now are so no more. The hearts of
their fathers and mothers beat no more. They have kng ago paw-
ed in the realms of peace where bloodshed and cruelty are not
But their children how were they left? "As shep brought to
slaughter to be slain and destroyed to be smitten and reproached."
These orphans these poor little sheep are beseeching us the chi!-
dren of Abraham "Rachomim B'nai Rochmonim Forget us not
Forget us not."
Fort Worth Jews have to adopt and save twenty orphans at least
It costs only one hundred dollars a'year to take care of one orphan.
How many Jews in Fort Worth feel that their loving hearts are
broad enough to take in a little wan starving creature a footsore
and wandering orphan who fever stricken and famished is stretch-
ing out its bony little hands to us beseeching us to give it a little
share of our parental love.
Let therefore every kind and broad-hearted Jew in Fort Worth
adopt one orphan be a father to the fatherless a mother to the
motherless and bring cheer and happiness to the cheerless suffer-
ing little orphan.
So far about nine orphans have been adopted by the following
individuals or organizations through the efforts of the Jewish
Who will do the rest?
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Rosa Alman Age 7.
Adopted by Hebrew Institute
Ssmul Rubinstein Age 10
Adopted by Council of Jewish
Minis Obermsn Ace 11.
Adopted by Miriam Club.
Rywka Weiss Art 7.
Adopted by the Beth-El Sabbath
The four children in the upper row are for adoption. Further information aa to their aire home etc. can be obtained at the Monitor office.
Those In the bottom tow have been adopted by the organltationi named under the different photos.
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Fox, George. The Jewish Monitor (Fort Worth-Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, April 8, 1921, newspaper, April 8, 1921; Fort Worth, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth296807/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .