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  • Convention Votes Fund of $500,000 to Be Raised for Palestine Workers

    A fund of $500,000 will be raised during the coming year for the organized Jewish workers of Palestine it was announced at the closing session of the convention of the Organized Jewish Workers in Palestine held in New York City. The convention also issued a call to all union members to subscribe an hour’s work… More ▸

  • Boston Starts Drive for $900,000 Charities Fund

    A great gathering of over 1,500 Jews, among them the most prominent in the community, were present yesterday at the largest charity mass meeting ever held in Boston to hear the appeal of the Associated Jewish Philanthropies on behalf of its $900,000 campaign. The meeting also marked the introduction to the Jewish community of Dr…. More ▸

  • Warns Against Russian Colonists’ Migration

    A warning is voiced in the Soviet Press against the migration of colonists from Russia pointing to the difficulties met everywhere abroad. As an example the case of a group of Jews who left Russia six years ago and are still isolated in barracks in Southern England and living there in miserable condition and unable… More ▸

  • Jews in Manchurian City Reported Victims of White Guard Raid

    Jews in a city in Manchuria were the victims of a pogrom perpetrated by former Russian White Guards, reports received here state. A number of Jewish casualties occurred. The attack upon the Jews was made in the course of the White Guard retreat. Jewish houses were plundered Jewish women attacked and the Jewish youth killed…. More ▸

  • Historical Find in Vilna of Great Jewish Interest

    A find of great Jewish historical value has been made by the Jewish Scientific Institute here in discovering in the city archives forty volumes of the records of the Vilna Kehillah from 1809 to 1844 when Czar Nicholas I dissolved all of the kehillahs in Russia. All of the volumes as well as, the kehillah… More ▸

  • Bentwich Attacker Says He Was Incited

    Abdul Ghani Tabek, the Arab messenger who last Sunday shot and wounded Norman Bentwich, Attorney-General of Palestine, declared that he was incited to his act by articles appearing in the Arab press. As an inveterate reader of the Arab newspapers, he knows the Arab regard Bentwich as their greatest enemy. Therefore he decided to take… More ▸

  • Charles Sanger, Texas Civic Leader, Dead

    Charles L. Sanger, prominent Dallas business man and civic leader, was buried here yesterday. He died Thursday in Waco while visiting his brother. Until last year Mr. Sanger was president of Temple Emanu-El. He was 62 years old. He was the son of the late Samuel Sanger, a Texas pioneer, and a founder of the… More ▸