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October 23, 1924
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Every manufacturer and retailer interested in china, glassware, and lamp industries, was represented at a luncheon meeting of that group of the Business Men’s Council, at the Hotel Pennsylvania today, which marked its official entrance into the £1250,000 campaign which the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies will inaugurate on October 26. An organization with Senator Nathan Strant at chairman was completed.

Abie Kabibble, through his creator, Harry Herschfield will head the cartoonist’s committee of the Busineis Men’s Council and will work during the drive of the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Socitties to arouse his friends and followers to the needs of the Federation.

Those who have agreed to join his committee include Ruler Goidberg, Edwin Marcus of the Times, Milt Gross of the World, Cilfi Starret, anther of Polly and Her Pals, Jack Gallahan of the New York American. Gorge McManus, Hy Mayer, Ed Carter, Russ Westorer, M Young, and D, McClure.

The candidacy of Alfred E. Snith for re-election as Govenor of New was endorsed in letters addressed to the National Democratic Club by Dr. Siephen S. Wise and Col. Herbert H. Lehman.

The candidacy of Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., for election as Governor of New York was endorsed by Oscar S Strans, candidate for the same office on the Progressive Ticket in 1912.

Rabbi A. J. Cook, Chief Rabbi of Palestine; Rabbi Shapira, President of the Rabbis Conference of Lithuania; and Rabbi Epsterc of the Talmudical Academy at Slobadka, who came to America as a delegation to assist in the drive of the Central Relief Committee for the maintainance of Jewish ##ological seminaries in Europe and Palestine will leave for ## homes the beginning of next month. It is reported that the sum of $400,000 was raised through the efforts of the Rabbis Delegation.

Joseph Soiow, Jewish philanthropist and manager of the Williamsburgh branch of the Public National Bank, Graham Avenue and Barrett Street, Brooklyn, died yesterday at his home, 482 W## Avenue. Brooklyn. Mr. Solow was well known in Brooklyn labor circles. Having been a member of the Carment Workers’ Union and other labor organizations of that city for many years prior to his entry into the banking business. He was 56 years old and was born in Russia, from where he emigrated in 1886.

Dr. S. Kornfeld resigning United States Minister to Persia, arrived in New York yesterday on “he liner Leviathan.

Dr. Kornfeld. assigned to his post by President Harding. was Minister to Persia for three years. The complications arising after the murder of the American Vice-Consul in Persia. Robert W. Imbrie-had nothing to do with his resignation. Dr. Kornfeld declared.

Rabbi Kornfeld has accepted the pulpit of the Collin##ood Avenue Tomple in Toledo, Ohic. On his way to the United States he visited Palestine.

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