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Mayor Dizengoff Returns to Tel Aviv

August 14, 1923
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Mayor Dizengoff of Tel-Aviv, who spent almost two months in the United States in the interest of the Tel Aviv bond issue, sailed on the Majestic Saturday on his way home. The issue was floated by Bernard A. Rosenblatt, a member of the present Jewish Executive, with Harvey Fisk and Sons as the fiscal agents.

The first Mayor of the first Jewish city said he was pleased with the success of the bond issue of £75,000 which was completely taken up. Mr. Dizengoff urges the organization in this country of a clearing house for Palestine securities. He expects to return to America in December with a view to establishing such an office in New York.

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