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  • 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 ▸

  • Ask New York to Back Wider Palestine Plan

    A call to the New York Jewish community to enroll in the movement to accelerate the economic development of Palestine so that it may provide a permanent home for the thousands of refugees to whom the doors of European countries are closed was issued last night by Morris Rothenberg, president of the Zionist Organization of… More ▸

  • Hadassah Drive Makes Headway

    The campaign to gain 7,400 new members for Hadassah, Women’s Zionist Organization of America, as a tribute to the founder, Henrietta Szold, who celebrates her seventy-fourth birthday in December, is well under way, Mrs. Alexander Lamport, campaign chairman announced yesterday. Miss Szold founded the organization twenty-two years ago. At present Hadassah is organized in 300… More ▸

  • Youth Coming Back to Fold, Survey Shows

    Jewish youth is tending increasingly to identify itself with “some purposeful Jewish movement,” a survey in 200 cities of the United States reveals, Junior Hadassah, the young women’s Zionist Organization of America, announced yesterday. The study was made in connection with the current membership drive of Junior Hadassah and the conclusion is based on detailed… More ▸

  • Leaders Seek 75,000 Toilers for Palestine

    An organized movement throughout Greater New York to enlist 75,000 Jews in active support of a greater development of Palestine will be initiated tonight at a conference of Jewish leaders of New York at the Hotel Pennsylvania. Called by the New York branch of the Zionist Organization of America, the meeting will outline the need… More ▸

  • Vermont Zionists Pick Lewisohn As President

    Ludwig Lewisohn has been elected president of the Zionist district in Burlington, Vt., Morris Margulies, secretary of the Zionist Organization of America, announced yesterday. The writer joined the Burlington organization shortly after his return to the United States from France last Spring and since has been active in the Zionist movement. In making the announcement… More ▸

  • Bulletin Calendar of Events

    Congregation Emanu-El, 1 East Sixty-fifth street; Morning Musicale, under the direction of the WOR Artists’ Bureau, sponsored by the Federation of Jewish Women’s Organizations; 10:30 a. m. Banquet in honor of Rabbi Jacob L. Moinester, under the auspices of the Federation of Palestine Jews; Trotzky’s Dining Room, 153 West Thirty-fifth street; evening. Congregation Shaari Zedek,… More ▸

  • Philadelphia Seeks 5,000 New Zionists

    Following an address last night by Louis Lipsky, in which he stressed the increasingly significant part Palestine and the Near East are playing in the life of world Jewry, Rabbi Max D. Klein, chairman of the Philadelphia branch of the Zionist Organization of America, volunteered to head a special committee to conduct the Zionist Roll… More ▸

  • Anti – Zionists Lashed in Ohio by Rothenberg

    An attack upon a small coterie among American Jewish leaders who do not recognize Palestine as “the one constructive solution of the problem of homelessnes for tens of thousands of the Jewish people” was made here today at the Euclid Avenue Temple by Morris Rothenberg, president of the Zionist Organization of America, who came from… More ▸

  • Rothenberg to Speak As Troy Starts Drive

    Morris Rothenberg, president of the Zionist Organization of America and national co-chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, will be the principal speaker tomorrow night at a mass meeting which will launch Troy’s drive for the Appeal. More ▸