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New York City

March 31, 1935
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Dedication of contributions to Bronx Hospital by the Esther Ruth Pinkus Hospital Fund Association will take place this afternoon (Sunday) in the solarium of the hospital, Fulton avenue and East 169th street.

The annual convention of the Department of New York, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, will take place today (Sunday) at the Hotel Delano. Among the distinguished guests who will attend the convention is Attorney General John J. Bennett.

Another progressive step has been taken by the Streit Matzo Bakery, 152 Rivington street, by the acquisition of the entire building at 154 Rivington street, which will be turned into an elaborate and modern up-to-date factory complete with the most sanitary improvements for the increased manufacture of matzoh and matzoh meal.

Through the kindness of Harry Kline, Brith Trumpeldor of America will have the use of an extensive farm near Albany. All the Hachsharah activities of the Betar will be centered there. The farm will comprise 120 acres of fine land, a portion of which is covered by a lovely orchard.

A protest meeting against the acts of the Palestine government in depriving Abba Achimeyer, Dr. Yevin and L. Richter of their citizenship rights will be held today (Sunday) at the Center, 122 Second avenue.

The parents’ group of Center Academy, 667 Eastern parkway, Brooklyn, is running a thrift sale for its scholarship fund at 812 Franklin avenue, near Eastern parkway, for a week beginning Saturday evening (March 30). Mrs. Mark Goell is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Aaron Jacoby and Mrs. Nathan Adler are in charge of decorations.

Agriculture in Palestine will be discussed by a representative of the Palestine Economic Corporation before the Hunter College chapter of Avukah at noon Tuesday, in Room 207.

Dvora Lapson, noted Jewish dance mime, will dance at the Maimonides celebration sponsored by New York Hadassah at the grand ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel on Monday afternoon.

Rose Stoloff, vice-chairman of the administrative committee of the League for Labor Palestine and a member of the national council of the league, will address Manhattan Avukah tonight (Sunday) in the Y.W.H.A. building, 31 West 110th street.

A newly organized Zionist Club has been formed in Jamaica under the auspices of the Jamaica Jewish Center, the largest center on Long Island.

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