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  • Max Pine, Noted Jewish Labor Leader, Dies at 62

    (Jewish Daily Bulletin) Max Pine, Jewish labor leader, relief worker and one of the founders of the “Jewish Daily Forward,” of New York, died yesterday at his home at 22 Fairmount Avenue. He was sixty-two years old. Three sons and two daughters survive. Mr. Pine was prominent in Jewish relief work during and after the… More ▸

  • Conference on Five Day Week is Called by Union

    A conference to further the five day industrial week has been called by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, to be held February 20 at the Hotel Manhattan Square. The organizations which have been invited to send representatives to the Conference include: the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America; the New York Diocese… More ▸

  • News Brief

    “The cables and the wireless are working: the people of Roumiania, as well as its leaders, will have heard by tomorrow morning how all the people of this united, great nation feel on this subject. The awakening is bound to come. God speed the day.” Judge Mack concluded. ROUMANIA STRICKEN WITH ANTI-SEMITIC DISEASE, DR. WISE… More ▸

  • Hias Advisory Council Formed; Officers for New Body Are Elected

    Many Organizations Represented in National Body In accordance with a resolution adopted at the last annual meeting of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America, Hias, calling upon Jewish national organizations to create an Advisory Council, steps have now been taken, after a number of meetings were held, to organize the Council. The… More ▸

  • News Brief

    (Jewish Telegraphic Agency Mail Service) Michael Kalinin, president of the Socialist Soviet Republics, in his address before the Ozet conference stated: “This Conference is perhaps one of the most characteristic features of the Soviet Republic. In any of the bourgeois states such a Conference–a conference of Jews, peasants–could be hardly possible. It is, I repeat,… More ▸

  • Financial Account of United Palestine Appeal Shows Increase in Funds

    (Jewish Daily Bulletin) A detailed financial account of the operations of the United Palestine Appeal and of the increased support for Palestine during the year, was presented to the ational Conference on Palestine by Herman Conheim, national treasurer. During the period from October 1,1925 to September 30, 1926, $5,000,000 was raised by and through the… More ▸

  • American Ort Will Seek National Memership in Order to Insure Permanency of Work

    A national campaign for membership in the American Ort, the society for the promotion of trades and agriculture among Jews in Eastern Europe in order to insure a permanent basis for the organization will be conducted among individuals and organizations in the United States. An extensive effort to secure the assistance of American relatives for… More ▸

  • United Jewish Campaign in New York Approaches $6,000,000 Goal

    Nearly $6,000,000 was raised in New York toward the $25,000,000 United Jewish Campaign, it was announced at a rally of 1,500 workers Monday night. It was decided to extend the campaign in New York until the entire $6,000,000 is secured. Acting Chairman David M. Bressler announced that the total had reached $5,761,000, an increase of… More ▸

  • People’s Relief Committee Reorganized at Labor Conference

    Organized Jewish labor in New York City pledged its support to the United Jewish Campaign at a conference of delegates representing a constituency of 328,000 workingmen and women in New York City, called for the purpose of mobilizing Jewish labor for the $6,000,000 United Jewish Campaign of New York, which begins on April 11th, and… More ▸