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To his honour. The Healing Tamaduirea Society of Bacau - recognized as a business since November 1st Letter assigning power of attorney to two Jewish men to set up the Society as requested by the Jewish community of Bacau on August 25, You all know the necessity to support the holy purpose of colonization in Eretz Israel.
We make an appeal to every one, depending on their wealth, to make a contribution for the holy purpose, the Eretz colonization, and we will publish in newspapers all these donations with the donor's name. The appeal had huge echo. By donations or by monthly contributions, the Jews from Bacau were among the top communities who supported the movement.
In , a number of families from Bacau, beside the ones from Moinesti conducted by David Schub , decided to leave for Eretz. Teller, by the medicine student I. Rosenweig and by Y. Hass, the rounds of applause which broke at the moment they set off In order to collect the necessary funds for those who were leaving, the Jewish community increased the meat tax. These first groups' departure increased the wish of the others as well. A group conducted by A. Balter and A. The Aaronsohn family must be especially mentioned as a member of this group, as this family gave many remarkable personalities to the Jewish people.
In the center of the stamp there are two shaking hands, in sign of unification. Seven families left for Eretz from Bacau that year, and eight families the next year He had been the leader of a Jewish reading club, having M. Focsaner as President, and teachers L. Casvan and M. Braunstein-Mibasan among its members Another man from Bacau who got to the Holy Country in that age was Brill, who founded a large farm at Ioknan, near Haifa.
Ever since that time, at the beginning of the 20th century, animated by the Hovevean-Zionist ideas, Iosif Iticovici began his activity, and, during the decades to come, he would have special merits for his efforts to make many generations of children acquire elements of Hebrew.