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Crop in Crimea Colonies Provides Settlers with Livelihood for Year

July 24, 1928
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The wheat and other crops in Crimea are exceptionally good, stated a report issued today by the headquarters of the Agro-joint, the agency of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, directing the stettlement work.

Every Jewish colonist in Crimea has sufficient bread for the entire coming year. In some of the Jewish colonies, as for instance in the district of Kolaisky, the colonies can even sell fifty thousand pud of wheat. The colonies in the districts of Cherson and Krivoy Rog are still faced with difficutlies.

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