organiztions

  • Zionists Enroll Five in Martinsville, Md.

    The Martinsville Jewish community, which consists of twelve Jewish families, enrolled five members in the Zionist Organization of America at a meeting held there last night. This community also recently launched the United Jewish Appeal campaign and raised a substantial contribution. More ▸

  • Dr. Bluestone Dead; Funeral Rites Monday

    Funeral services for Dr. Joseph I. Bluestone, 74, veteran Zionist leader, who died Friday, will be held Monday afternoon from Park West Memorial Chapel, 115 West Seventy-ninth street. Interment will be in Mount Zion Cemetery, Maspeth, L. I. Dr. Bluestone was born in Lithuania in 1860 and came to the United States in 1875. He… More ▸

  • The American Scene

    The launching of renewed efforts by American Jewish organizations to bring more American Jews into the communal field was the outstanding development of the week here. The Zionist Organization of America embarked on a national roll-call designed to enlist in its ranks at least a quarter of a million men and women of Zionist sympathies… More ▸

  • Lipsky to Speak in N. J. at Dinner for Schiff

    The principal speaker at the testimonial dinner to be tendered Louis Schiff this Monday evening at the Jewish Community Center here will be Louis Lipsky, former president of the Zionist Organization of America and only American member of the World Zionist Executive. Mr. Chiff, in whose honor the banquet is being arranged, has been active… More ▸

  • Rothenberg Speaks at Balfour Day Meeting of Hunter College Group

    Throughout the ages “there has been a mystic hope in the hearts of the Jews, that some day they might return to Palestine,” said Morris Rothenberg, president of the Zionist Organization of America, addressing the Hunter College Avoukah and memorial societies at their first Balfour Day Celebration. Tracing the progress of Zionism, Mr. Rothenberg told… More ▸

  • Leaders Mourn Baron’s Death

    broadest humanitarian principles. He gave in a munificent way of his fortune, and his heart and his mind never ceased to work for the improvement of living conditions among the less fortunate. His taste permeated his philosophy and his surroundings and there was no sweeter personality. In his presence one felt as if one were… More ▸

  • Women Swarm to Capital for Hadassah Rally

    Delegates from all sections of the country poured into the capital tonight to attend the twentieth annual convention of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America. The sessions will last three days, beginning Sunday, and will be held at the Wardman Park Hotel. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt will lead a long list of distinguished speakers… More ▸

  • 1,500 Expected at Hadassah’s National Parley

    Four hundred women from the metropolitan area will leave this morning and tomorrow night for Washington, where they will attend the twentieth annual convention of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, which begins Sunday at the Wardman Park Hotel. Delegates from this district will be joined at the capital by representatives from every state,… More ▸

  • Richmond Invites Rothenberg

    Morris Rothenberg, president of the Zionist Organization of America, will address the installation banquet and ball of the local Zionist district on Oct. 28. More ▸

  • Hadassah Leader Will Move to Palestine After Convention

    Mrs. Samuel W. Halperin, national president of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, will end her second term in office at the twentieth annual convention of the organization in Washington next week and will leave shortly after for Palestine to make her permanent home there. With her young daughter, she will join her husband… More ▸