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The Jewish herald. (Houston, Tex.) 1908-1914, January 14, 1909, Image 1

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THE JEWISH HERALD
Hutchinson Grocery Co
Full Line ol
Kosher Meats and Sausago
XI00 Home Made Cakeiand
Bread
Phone 3295512
Suits to Measure
No
more
15
No
Less
United Woolen Mills
1203 Congress
Houston Candy Kitchen
CHAS PAVLOV1CH Prop
FINE FRENCH CANDIES
fl3 Congress Ave Old Phone 4421
Fire Life Accident Lire Stock Bondine and Liabllitr
B LrlTOWICH
Phone 933 211 12 TravisSt
Hunts
Old Phone 2925
Free Delivery
A N LEWtf
PYE 8L LEWIS
Write all kinds of INSURANCE
Old Phones 4827 and 406 New Phone 406
1019 Texas Avenue corner Fannin
ZERBE MARBLE WORKS
Monuments and Building
CUT STONES
2614 Washington St Phone 5828
George Beach
Commercial Photographei
Phone 3046 1017 Capitol
DR G T SPEARMAN
Specialist
In Diseases of the Skint Nervous
System and Private Diseases of
Men and Women
Office 228229230 Mason Building
Houston T x
T Capitol Pharmacy
PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS QuBeW
Open All Night Phones 537 and 1326
HOUSTON TEXAS JANUARY 14 1909
STORY OF NEW ORLEANS
JEWISH ORPHANS
HOME
CELEBRATES ITS fiSTU ANNI
VERSARY
At the board meeting held
July 15th 1883 the resignations
of Mr N I Bunzel and Mrs
Bunzel as superinendent and
mar on were received and the
same accepted
Mr and Mrs Simon L Weil
of Woodville Miss were elected
respectively superintendent and
matron to fill the vacancy caused
by the above resignations
The twentyninth anniversary
of the Home was celebrated on
the 6th day of January 1884
Julius S Beer Esq being the
orator on the occasion
The twentyninth annual
meeting of the association took
place on the 30th doy of March
President Kursheedt says in
his report
The fiscal year which has
just closed is replete with the
most beneficial results to our in
stitution When a year ago we
had been owing quite a large
sum to the trust fund today we
find our indebtedness in that
quarter so materially decreased
that at the expiration of this
year we expect the entire
fund will be intact
He states the amount to the
credit of this fund as 2171522
He refers to the large increase
of the members roll which now
shows 535 against 399 members
the year previous Number of
inmates 120
Recepits net 2290805
expenses 1231047
The election of officer resulted
as follows Mr E I Kursheedt
president Rev J K Gutheim
first vicepresident Mr A Ha
ber second vicepresident S
Katz treasurer Selim Barnett
secretary and Messrs H New
man F Goldsmith J Simon and
T Berkson directors
The thirtieth anniversary of
the Home was celebrated on the
11th day of January 1885 S J
Kohlman Esq being the orator
of the day
At the board meeting held
February 1st the resignations
of Mrs L Klopman and Mrs E
Frank honorary matrons were
tendered and accepted
At the meeting of the board
held February 1885 the presi
dent reported the death of Mrs
Julius Weis president of the
board of honorary matrons and
a committee was appointed to
draft suitable resolutions J
The thirtieth annual meeting
of the association was held on
the 27th day of March
The president in his report
alluded to the heavy increase in
the admission of inmates during
the last year reports to the asso
ciation the absolute necessity of
still further enlarging the Home
buildings to meet the emer
gency it will entail a very large
outlay of funds A committee
on ways and means composed
of members of the board as well
as from the association at large
was appointed and they have de
cided to make an urgent appeal
to our coreligionists throughout
the entire Southern country to
render us that pecuniary assist
ance which we must have to ac
complish this object
He informed the meeting that
the board had been compelled
by sheer necessity to purchase
lots of ground on Philip street
for the removal of certain out
buildings stables etc thereby
giving more room for the girls
playground
It was the present intention to
extend the front buildings on
Jackson street to the line of our
property in the direction of the
river say a distance of one hun
dred feet which would give all
the room necessary and likewise
add greatly to the appearance of
the Home The president esti
mates the cost of the necessary
improvements from 18000 to
20000
The kindergarten which was
etsablished last May has proven
to be a great success The pupils
number 59 from three to seven
and onehalf years of age
Receipts 2240665 ex
penses 11734211 Member
ship 546 Number of inmates
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NO 17
JAS BUTE CO
WALL PAPER PAINTS
AND GLASS
HOUSTON
TEXAS
Ineeda Drug Store
Sol Fcijjelson Prop
Prescriptions Carefully
Compounded
Free Delivery
Phone 6530 Jackson St Pierce Ave
mWaIIF meaTmaIt
W D Smith Prop
Fresh and Cured Meats
Satisfaction or Money Bjckr Give ut a Trial
418 McKinney Old Phone 2999
Office 414 15 Temple Bias
PHONE If
DR ARTHUR J MYNATT
Succc or to
DR J H SAMPSON
flOURS 11a m to 12to p m
A to 530 p
Use DENTINOL
Best Tooth Paste on the Market
25c 1 ube Guaranteed and for sale only at
Lewyns JJrng Store
506 Travis St Next to Street Car Office
Coal Wood
Prices and measurements are right Prompt drhrttry
Try our big dollar dry wood and small chunks
SACKS COHEN
Phone 1215
Fire Accident LifQ
MAX WESTHEiMBR
Phone 1360
106 San Jacinto
J 1 isinrotiE i L
JEWELER
Houston Texas
EREE DELIVERY
PHONE 4335
ThePcerlessCityMarkct
FOR
Christmas Turkeys Fat Geese
Butter and Yard Eggs
Poultry Dressed Every Day
EUGENE ARTUSY
FISH OYSTERS and GAME
Free Delivery
416 Travi Street PHONES 214

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