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  • Holy Land Visitors Must Deposit £60

    The Palestine government has instructed British consulates throughout the world to require a sixty-pound deposit from all tourists going to Palestine, even from first-class travelers hitherto exempt, it was learned here today. ROTHENBERG’S STATEMENT Morris Rothenberg, president of the Zionist Organization of America, yesterday said: “Though the regulation still requires a deposit of sixty pounds… More ▸

  • Hadassah Honors Memory

    Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin, national president of Hadassah, said of Bialik’s death yesterday: “Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, is deeply shocked at the sudden death of the Jewish poet laureate, Chaim Nachman Bialik. He was the embodiment of Jewish life. He felt and expressed the tragedies and suffering of the Jews in the… More ▸

  • ZOA Plans Ambitious Program

    Keep up with Jewish news by reading the Jewish Daily Bulletin, only English-language Jewish daily newspaper. In an atmosphere fairly exuding optimism and gratification at the remarkable recovery of the Zionist Organization of America, which doubled its membership in the last year and reduced a budgetary deficit by $80,000, delegates to the thirty-seventh annual convention… More ▸

  • Revisionists’ Policy Flayed in Measure

    A resolution offered by Carl Sherman, chairman of the resolutions committee, condemning any party or group within the World Zionist Organization which takes action threatening to undermine the World Zionist Executive, precipitated this afternoon the first full-dress debate at the thirty-seventh annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America. In the bitter, if one-sided fight,… More ▸

  • Palestine Emphasized As Home

    dissenting Zionists had been beaten. While the centrist group had been deeply aroused by the two attacks on the Revisionists, feeling that the discussion was harmful to the cause of peace within Zionist ranks, much sentiment favorable to the point of view expressed by Fishman was evident in the lobby discussion and later, in the… More ▸

  • Revisionists, Mizrachi Scored by Fishman at Zionist Parley

    Discussion on Zionist policy at the annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America continued this afternoon. It was featured by a bitter speech against the Revisionists and Mizrachi by Jacob Fishman, who demanded that General Zionists back up the labor movement in Palestine. “In my view the only position a true Zionist can take… More ▸

  • Fishman Scores Revisionists, Urges Labor Movement Backing

    sive military gestures, as well as vicious strikebreaking. “The party mainly involved in this factional struggle,” he maintained, “is the Revisionist Union, for whose growth there was no justification either in the internal conditions of the movement or in the philosophy of those who formed the new party. “There was not even the pretense of… More ▸

  • Rothenberg Urges Adoption of Wider Program to Aid Jewry

    A plea to the Zionist Organization of America to enlarge its sphere of influence by adoption of a program for the strengthening of the cultural life of the Jewish people was sounded here today by Morris Rothenberg in his presidential address to the thirty-seventh annual convention of the organization. Pointing out that “every aspect of… More ▸

  • Rabbi Wolf Gold Sails for Europe Tonight; Will Visit Palestine

    Rabbi Wolf Gold, president of the Mizrachi Zionist Organization of America, sails for Europe tonight on the liner Majestic. Following conferences with leaders of his group in England and France, he will sail for Palestine for a two month stay. A farewell reception will be held on the ship. During his absence, Rabbi Jacob Levinson… More ▸

  • Harlem Synagogue Plans Home Camp

    The Institutional Synagogue, 37-43 West 116th street, will convert its building into a home campduring the summer. The camp will be under the direction of Rabbi Philip Goodman, assisted by a staff of counsellors. Its aim will be to provide for boys and girls between the ages of six and fifteen who are unable to… More ▸