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  • Wagner for Unity on Palestine Day

    Senator Robert F. Wagner is fully in agreement with observance of the first annual Palestine Day on January 20, he announced in a letter to Morris Rothenberg, president of the Zionist Organization of America. “The first Palestine Day in America should occasion an outpouring of good will from Jew and Gentile alike that may be… More ▸

  • Between the Lines

    The Zionist Organization of America has started a roll-call movement to enroll no less than 250,000 Jews in the United States as members for the purpose of having a stronger backing in the Zionist grievances against Great Britain. Very few Jews in the United States are aware of the fact that the American government, though… More ▸

  • News in Brief

    Reported by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Morris Rothenberg, president of the Zionist Organization of America, will speak at Temple Emanuel Men’s Club tomorrow evening. William Balin, chairman, announced that Mr. Rothenberg will speak on the extended Zionist program. More ▸

  • Bulletin Calendar of Events

    Thursday, December 6 Eastern Parkway Zionist district meeting; Crown Heights Talmud Torah, Crown street and Nostrand avenue, Brooklyn; Morris Rothenberg, president, Zionist Organization of America, speaker; evening. New York Junior Hadassah, monthly meeting and Chanukah gathering; Y. W. H. A., 31 West 110th street; Chanukah “operetta”; speaker, Rabbi William Margolis. “What’s Wrong with Us Jews?”;… More ▸

  • Bronx Opens Drive for Zionist Cause

    Opening their campaign to enroll 2,500 Bronx members of the World Zionist Organization, Bronx Zionist District 13 and its youth auxiliary, G’dud Zion, will hold a rally tomorrow evening at Elsemere Hall, 284 East 170th street. Mrs. Archibald Silverman will be principal speaker. The drive conducted by local Zionist groups at present is part of… More ▸

  • Palestine Drive Started by Labor

    Dr. Landauer declared that Palestine is the only country which can absorb a large amount of German Jewish refugees. Mr. Rothenberg, head of the Zionist Organization of America, urged concentration of all Jewish energies upon upbuilding the Jewish National Home in Palestine. An appeal for support of the Labor Zionists was delivered by Rabbi Wohl…. More ▸

  • The American Scene

    American eyes were directed towards Europe in the week just passed to observe a series of developments of importance—Great Britain’s warning to the Reich, the international boycott conference, the Syrian proposals, the Praha disturbances and others. The major developments of the week were on the other side, but several interesting ones took place here. German… More ▸

  • Zionist Unit Launches Drive for Members

    An intensive campaign to double the membership of the Order of the Sons of Zion, a fraternal society affiliated with the Zionist Organization of America, has been launched in branches in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and other States, it was announced Friday by Heinrich Abramowitz, general secretary of the order. Louis Weiss, communal leader… More ▸

  • The Woman of It— Society Notes, Features, Organizations, Recipes

    On Monday, December 3, the New York Chapter of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, will celebrate Chanukah in the form of a birthday tribute to Miss Henrietta Szold, founder of Hadassah. Miss Szold, formerly of Baltimore and New York, will become 74 years old on December 21 or, according to the Jewish calendar,… More ▸

  • Zionists Conduct Two-state Parley

    The Zionist Federation of Texas and Louisiana, at its two-day convention here, set a quota of $4,000 for the Zionist extension fund. Support of the program of the Zionist Organization of America was pledged by the 120 delegates, who came here from all sections of the two states. A “Nachlath Texas” to commemorate the centennial… More ▸