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Cleveland Launches $100,000 Campaign for Jewish Education

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(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

A campaign for $100,000 for Jewish educational work will be launched on January 7 by the Bureau of Jewish Education.

Solution of Cleveland’s Jewish school problems on a community basis is the purpose for which the Bureau exists. It has aimed at maintaining and developing Jewish educational institutions here, as well as promoting their extension work and other projects.

According to Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, president of the Bureau, the organization and its campaign are supported by such influential institutions as the Euclid Ave. Temple, Heights Temple, Cleveland Jewish Center, and nearly all Jewish women’s organizations, as well as civic and philanthropic societies. All of these, Rabbi Silver said, have promised their support.

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