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  • Workers’ Palestine Campaign Raises $40,000

    Forty thousand dollars of the United Hebrew Trades’ campaign for $250,000 for Palestine workers was raised Thursday night at a reception given in honor of I. Ben-Zwi, David Remez and I. Baratz, members of the Palestinian workers’ delegation who arrived in New York several days ago to assist in the campaign. Max Pine, chairman of… More ▸

  • 2,780 Immigrants Entered Palestine During December

    (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) Two thousand seven hundred and eighty immigrants entered Palestine during the month of December, according to figures made known here today. NO UNEMPLOYMENT IN PALESTINE, DELEGATION OF LABOR LEADERS DECLARES That there is no unemployment in Palestine now, was the statement made by a delegation of Palestine Jewish workers who arrived in… More ▸

  • Will Raise $150,000 for Jewish Workers in Palestine

    A campaign to raise $150,000 for the Jewish workers in Palestine will be inaugurated Thursday, February 14, when the United Hebrew Trades will conduct a mass meeting in Cooper Union. The campaign will be nation-wide in its scope. Speakers at the meeting will be : Abraham Shiplicoff, Alexander Kahn. Dasip Wolinsky. David Pinsky, Morris Kaufman,… More ▸

  • Jewish Organizations Hold Conference on Immigration Problem

    Mr. Louis Marshall, Dr. Stephen S. Wise, John L. Bernstein and other representative Jews have issued the following call to all Jewish national organizations: “Very serious and pressing problems arising out of the enactment of the new immigration bill and involving untold suffering to many thousands of men, woman and children stranded in European ports… More ▸

  • U.S. Permits Deportees to Go to Canada

    Secretary of Labor Davis has granted the request of a Jewish delegation to permit the departure to Canada of Jewish immigrants held for deportation on Ellis Island because they were in excess of the Russian quota. The delegation consisted of Joseph Barondess representing the American Jewish Congress, M. Osofsky of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society,… More ▸

  • United Hebrew Trades Votes Against Delegation to Palestine

    The United Hebrew Trades yesterday decided against sending a delegation at present to Palestine to consider means of cooperating with the organized labor of Palestine. In the resolutions adopted, the U.H.T. expressed its willingness to aid Palestine cooperative bodies and its sympathy with the labor movement there, but declares that the time is not opportune… More ▸

  • News Brief

    This action of the United Hebrew Trades is in response to a recent invitation from the organized Jewish workmen of Palestine requesting that a delegation of American Jewish unionists he sent to Palestine in order to effect a closer bod between the two bodies. More ▸

  • Jewish Workmen to Send a Delegation to Palestine

    The United Hebrew Trades of New York will call a conference in the near future to determine whether Jewish labor should send a delegation to Palestine to study the situation with a view to aiding the Jewish workers over there. An invitation to the United Hebrew Trades asking that a delegation be sent to Palestine… More ▸