Pioneer Women Convention Votes $500,000 for Establishment of Colony in Israel

A fund of $500,000 to purchase land near Natanya, where a colony bearing the Hebrew name of Pioneer Women will be established, was voted last night by delegates to the 11th national convention of Pioneer Women now in session here.

Judge Morris Rothenberg, president of the Jewish National Fund and co-chairman of the U.J.A., presented to Mrs. Clara Leff, national chairman of the J.N.F, Committee of Pioneer Women, a deed to a tract of 2,000 dunams of land at Zaviya in the Huleh region, which has been redeemed by Pioneer Women at a cost of $280,000.

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