U.S. Maccabi Group Launches Plans for Nation-wide Drive
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U.S. Maccabi Group Launches Plans for Nation-wide Drive

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The United States Maccabi Association, Inc., which is seeking to establish a nation-wide organization of young people with the object of interesting them in Palestine and obtaining their co-operation in the forthcoming Maccabiad to be held in Tel Aviv in 1935, launched plans at a luncheon meeting in Trotsky’s yesterday.

Nathan L. Goldstein, president of the association, called the meeting,which was attended by eight persons who will constitute the speakers’ bureau. Its task will be to publicize the purpose of the association and handle the membership and fund raising campaign.

Mr. Goldstein announced that on February 8 leaders in American Jewish communal affairs will gather at the Commudore for another meeting at which time the broad purposes of the movement will be discussed.

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