Prominent Warsaw Zionist, Krejnin, Commits Suicide
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Prominent Warsaw Zionist, Krejnin, Commits Suicide

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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Elijah Krejnin, at one time wealthy industrialist and one of the founders of the Zionist organization in Poland, committed suicide yesterday. He was 56 years old. The reason was said to have been his economic plight.

Prominent Jews of Newark. N. J. are among the largest contributors to the $300,000 drive which St. Michael’s Hospital of that city, an institution under Catholic auspices is conducting to modernize its buildings.

Leading all donors at present are, Louis Bamberger and Mr. and Mrs. Felic Fuld. Mr. Bamberger contributed $10,000 and Mr. and Mrs. Fuld, a like amount. Other Jewish contributors were $1,500 from Michael Hollander; $10,000 from Eisele and King. Louis V. Aronson; $300. Bernard Miller. Oscar L. Weingarten: $300, Meyer Kussy, and Jacob Roth.

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