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3,721 Polish Jews Went to Palestine in 1932

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At a special joint meeting of the Congregation Children of Israel of Athens, Georgia, and the Temple Sisterhood, the president of the Sisterhood presented the Congregation with a cancelled note signifying that the Temple is free from debt. The Sisterhood, through the efforts of its members, raised the funds needed to pay the indebtedness of the Congregation. Max Michael, president, presided at the meeting and announced that this is the first time in the history of the Congregation that it is relieved of the burden of debt.

A total of 3721 Polish Jews went to Palestine in 1932, it was revealed here yesterday.

This represents an increase of 2,682 over the number of Jews who left Poland for Palestine in 1931.

At a special joint meeting of the Congregation Children of Israel of Athens, Georgia, and the Temple Sisterhood, the president of the Sisterhood presented the Congregation with a cancelled note signifying that the Temple is free from debt. The Sisterhood, through the efforts of its members, raised the funds needed to pay the indebtedness of the Congregation. Max Michael, president, presided at the meeting and announced that this is the first time in the history of the Congregation that it is relieved of the burden of debt.Rabbi Abraham Shusterman is the rabbi of the congregation.

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