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  • News in Brief

    Allentown Jews contributed $1,500 to the United Jewish Appeal campaign. In addition, $250 was collected for the national B’nai B’rith and $100 for the national Hadassah. Attorney David Getz was chairman of the campaign committee. More ▸

  • ZOA Names 9 Delegates to World Congress at Lucerne

    The following were elected here late last night to represent the Zionist Organization of America at the forthcoming World Zionist Congress to be held in Lucerne, Switzerland, in the week of August 20th: 1. Louis Lipsky—172 votes. 2. Morris Rothenberg—158 votes. 3. Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver—132 votes. 4. Rabbi Stephen S. Wise—87 votes. 5. Abraham… More ▸

  • Rothenberg Victor over Lipsky Group

    Morris Rothenberg was nominated for the presidency of the Zionist Organization of America, and Louis Lipsky was nominated honorary president today at the thirty-eighth convention of the Z.O.A. Their election is considered certain. At the same session the Zionist Organization of America was ready to go on record as aligning itself with the Group A… More ▸

  • Many Noted Jews Depart for Europe

    A number of noted Jews were to sail for Europe and Palestine Saturday on ships of various lines. On the passenger list of the Ile de France were: Max Reinhardt, famous producer, and his bride; Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and Mrs. Wise, Mrs. Allen Lehman, sister-in-law of the governor and N. Feinerman, secretary of the… More ▸

  • Pittsburgh

    Edgar J. Kaufmaun, prominent merchant, and Irvin F. Lehman, a past president of the Federation, have been named to the executive council of the Community Fund. Mrs. Harry Geesky of Leechburg has been elected president of the Kiski Valley chapter of Hadassah. More ▸

  • New York City

    Mrs. Edward Jacobs, national president of Hadassah, will leave Saturday on the Conte di Savoia for her seventh trip to Palestine. Assemblyman Albert D. Schanzer will be installed tonight for his eleventh term as president of the Brooklyn Jewish Big Brother and Big Sister Association at its annual meeting at the Brooklyn Jewish Center, 667… More ▸

  • Labor Wins As Voting Sets Record

    The vote in seventeen major cities of the three leading parties is listed in tabular form on page four of this issue. More than 50,000 Zionists, representing five different parties, voted in the elections for candidates to the World Zionist Congress Sunday, it was estimated yesterday by Dr. Samuel M. Schmidt, director of the Central… More ▸

  • How Zionists Voted by Cities

    second and the General Zionists, third. The Jewish State Party and the Community Party received comparatively few votes. Returns from other cities received yesterday are as follows: Z.O. and Hadassah Laborites Mizrachi No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 Baltimore, Md. 316 889 592 Boston, Mass. 803 1,400 400 Chicago, Ill. 2,100 2,700 1,400 Cincinnati 204… More ▸

  • Bulletin Calendar of Events

    Monday, June 24 Installation meeting of Junior Hadassah, Jamaica Jewish Center, Jamaica, L. I., evening. Address by Morris Skop. Junior field day and dance in conjunction with the Westchester fete for the benefit of the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies, Beach Point Club, Oriental Point, Mamaroneck, all day. More ▸

  • {span}###ionists{/span} Set {span}###{/span} Elect {span}###ists{/span} Today

    With approximately 132,000 per-###s eligible to vote, a record turn-### is expected in the election to### (Sunday) of fifty-five United States delegates to the Zionist Congress to be held at Lucerne, Switzerland, August 20. More than 500 polling places in ### cities throughout the country ###l be open from nine o’clock in ### morning to… More ▸