JERUSALEM (May. 10)
A seminary for teachers from abroad named for the late American Labor Zionist leader Hayim Greenberg was dedicated here today. Speakers at the dedication included Zalman Shazar, Dr. Bluemenfield, Professor Mirski, and Isaac Hamlin of New York. Students from seven countries are now represented in the Seminary’s student body.
A settlement bearing the name of Fred Monosson, Boston Zionist leader, was inaugurated today near Lydda. One of the streets of this settlement was given the name of Mendel Fischer, executive director of the Jewish National Fund in the United States.
A synagogue named for Dr. Israel Goldstein of New York was dedicated on the Hebrew University campus. Dr. Goldstein participated in the World Zionist Congress which concluded its sessions earlier this week.