A campaign to raise $25.000. Omaha’s quota of the 1926 United Palestine Appeal, was started today. Maurice Samuel of New York, Mrs. Dorothy Fuldheim of Cleveland, and Rabbi F. A. Levy of Chicago, addressed the meeting at which the campaign was launched.
“The Jews must learn to see Palestine, not as a small charitable proposition, but a great statesmanlike effort to solve the Jewish problem once and for all,” Mr. Samuel said.
Fred Whit was chosen chairman of the drive.
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