Texas Jewish Post (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 4, 1980 Page: 3 of 40
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/ess jawill Dedication: For Ahavath Sholom
1 It is indeed a high honor for this newspaper to run a dedicatory issue for
• an event and a congregation which is note-worthy and praise-worthy.
m Congregation Ahavath Sholom, from its small group of organizers nearly
■ 100 years ago, has always sought to serve its members and the Fort Worth
® community with the greatest dedication and the most noble efforts.
■ It is particularly fitting that this act of dedication and rededication
1 comes at the beginning of Hanuka which is a holiday based on dedication.
In its entire history, the congregants have been dedicated to the highest
ideals for the advancement and perpetuation of Judaism.
They have served their community and have helped each other in times
of peace and through the travail of war.
V Members of Congregation Ahavath Sholom have joined the ranks of the
■ defenders of their country in the Spanish-American War, World War I, World
War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
In joyous times of Sholom, of peace, the Congregation has been
dedicated to uplift the downtrodden, comfort the sick, aid the weary and
provide a strong religious background for its children to learn the ethics of
their religion, the teachings of their forefathers and the strong heritage
8 which has made Judaism a living and lasting faith in face of all adversities.
Ahavath Sholom’s new synagogue building is a thing of beauty,
dedicated to the pursuits of peace.
As its loveliness increases, it will, like Judaism, be self-perpetuating.
It will never pass into nothingness.
| We congratulate the members of Congregation Ahavath Sholom.
Again we are honored to dedicate this issue of the Texas Jewish Post to
Education is an endowment that we give to our
children to pass along to their progeny.
We recognize the great dedication Congregation
Ahavath Sholom has employed in making this ethic a
May their good deeds increase in their new
TRINITY VALLEY SCHOOL
For A Lifetime...”
A Time of Dedication and Re-dedication
As Congregation Ahavath Sholom approaches a century of ser-
vice to its members and community we wish to take special note of
this time of Dedication and Re-dedication to the worthy purpose it
It is truly an institution with a “Love of Peace.”
I We know that it will expound the great virtues of the Jewish ethic
and advance the growth in religion, education and service to its
ever-increasing family of congregants and to the general com-
■ munity as well.
AMERICA’S FIRST INSURED
11 OFFICES SERVING THE FORT WORTH AREA
811 Lamar Street
1020 E. Pioneer
9200 Highway 377 S.
315 N. Main
330 E. Main
4753 E. Lancaster
3520 Bernie Anderson
3100 W. Berry Street
1230 S. Main
OVER 70 GIBRALTAR
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