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The Jewish herald. (Houston, Tex.) 1908-1914, June 24, 1909, Image 5

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their religion aa scrupulously as does
any Christian sect they take care of
their poor and needy without asking
puhlic alms and if they are in a meas
ure segregated it is because racial and
religious prejudices drives them to it
Socially they foregather among them
selves and get the best there is out of
life They unite pride with knowl
edge they glory in their history they
have infinite faith in their traditions
they practice their creed
If God ere worshipped in every
church as devoutly as He is in the
synagogue if > Christian rites were al
ways as earnest and sincere as are
those of the temple if there weie less
sneering at Hebrews and larger profit
by their suggestions the community
would gain not lose Dayton Ohio
Journal
O B A ELECTS
The regular meeting of the O B A
was held Sunday A very large gath
ering were present on account ot there
being election The following oificers
will serve for the ensuing term
Piesident Joe Tiras Vice President
B Juran Recording Secretary Mor
ris Gordon Financial Secretary M
D Cohen treasurer P Battlestein
Outer Guard S Goldapper Trustees
A Zuber M Schlactuk A S Green
stein The picnic committee announced
that everything was in readiness lor
ne picnic on July 4th at Delmonicos
Garden
A very ipretty wedding took place
at the home of Mrs Fannie Weiss
when her daughter Jessie Jeanette
Levy was married to Max Bernard
Frankel Misses Minnie Zindler and
Fannie Culmore sang I Love You
Dearly A reception followed the
ceremony Mrs Weiss was assisted
by her daughters Mrs Fred George
and Mrs Woodsworth
Mr and Mrs Edgar Goldberg have
gone to house keeping at 1710 Capitol
where they will be pleased to see
their friends
Federation of American Zionists Hold
12th Annual Convention
At a largely attended meeting of the
12th Annual Convention of the Ameri
can Zionist held in New York the va
rious phases of the Zionist movement
were discussed and commented upon
The entire session was taken up with
reports of the various committees and
r i fTTaTi > TEYjww nr
yji n y l
THE JEWISH HERALD
GALVESTON
Miss Irene Levy has returned home
after a months visit In Marlin
Mr Isadore Tiras of Houston spent
Sunday in our city
Mr Seymour Wagner of Eagle Lake
was also a visitor to our city Sunday
Mr and Mrs Asher Miss Nora
Bilitz and Miss Margaret Philipson of
Houston spent Sunday in our city
Mr N J Lovine paid Houston a
visit Sunday
Mr lleiman A Philipson and Mr
Hilton Deutsher of Beaumont spent
Sunday in our city
Postals have been received from
Miss Sara D Blum from New York
Hoboken Atlantic City and Phila
delphia
Miss Ilorteuse Lewis of Ft Worth
Texas is visiting her grand uncle Mr
Leon Lewis
Mr Carl Abrams and Harry Archen
hold of Waco are spending their va
cation in our city
SAN ANTONIO
Miss Beitha Cohen has returned
liom Corpus Clnisti where she spent
several Aveeks with her sister Mrs I
Joseph
Mrs Max Goot is visiting friends
in Houston Texas
talks fiom the woilds leading Zion
ists The movement as a whole was
AntlZangwillian and adverse to de
velopment of Mesopotamia It was
shown that Palestine could easily
support 10000000 people and that the
3oil and climatic conditions were as
good if not better Some very flatter
ing repoits of the impioved con
dition of Palestine during the
past eight years was the gist of re
marks by Mr E W Lewin Epstein
who recently spent two months there
after an absence ol eight years He
lemarks the pi ogress made was re
markable and the future development
is bound to follow He spoke of the
diffeiont Jewish societies schools
academies kindergartens which give
oppoitunitles for an excellent secular
and Jewish education
He also made some very flattering
Mrs I Gurinaky arrived homeTues
day after a pleasant visit to her
daughter Mrs Abe Karp Mouston
Texas
Mr and Mrs Alex Josk and daugh
ter Lucille left last week for Mon
treal Canada where they will spend
the summer
Miss Dora Grossman left for her
home in Cueri Texas after spending
several months visiting friends
Mrs Jake Karotkin and baby ieft
for Houston Saturday to visit her
cousin Mrs Abe Karp
Mr and Mrs J Oppenheimer and
sister Mrs Washer left Monday for
New York where they will spend the
summer
Rabbi Samuel Maiks has returned
home fiom Lonoke Ark where he has
been the guest of his daughter and
soninlaw Mr and Mrs Jacoh Gates
Mr Gates is mayor of Lonoke
Mr and Mrs B Goldberg left for
Waco last week where they will visit
their daughter Mrs Loeb
Mr Harry Budon has returned home
aitei visiting his neice Mib F Gold
otein in Ft Worth Texas
remarks of the piogress of Jeiusalem
Among the resolutions adopted by
the convention was one expressing re
gret at the death of Dr Edward Ev
erett Hale Dr Hale has repeatedly
expressed himself in sympathy with
the Zionist movement
Monday evening a procession of sev
eral thousand Jews was formed in
front of the Yiddish Club and marched
through the Jewish Quarters The
procession carried the Jewish White
and Blue Flag which was enthusiastic
ally greeted by thousands of Jews
in the East Side Hundreds of girls
and young ladles took part in the pro
cession which was reviewed from a
stand in Rutgens Square by Dr Fried
onwald the president of the associa
tion and Rev Dr Magnes

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