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Mr. and Mrs. Felix Warburg Sail for Palestine; Dr. Adler and Family on Same Steamer

March 10, 1929
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Mr. and Mrs. Felix M. Warburg sailed Friday night on the steamer “Roma” for Palestine. Dr. Cyrus Adler, Mrs. Adler and their daughter, left on the same steamer.

Mr. and Mrs. Warburg expect to arrive in Palestine on April 10th, stopping on their way in Spain and Italy. In Spain they will visit Malaga, Granada, Seville, Madrid and Barcelona. At Genoa they will be joined by Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Warburg and their daughters, of Hamburg.

Dr. and Mrs. Adler and their daughter expect to arrive in Jerusalem on April 1st, stopping on their way at Naples and Cairo. After spending the Passover holiday season in Palestine. the tourists will proceed to Germany. Czechoslovakia and France.

Before his departure, Dr. Adler stated to a representative of the Jewish Daily Bulletin that he did not feel that his journey abroad had any public significance; that he is going with his family largely for a rest, but that he would spend most of his time in Palestine. He will naturally interest himself in the Hebrew University and in the educational and religious conditions in Palestine, and try as far as possible to get impressions of the general conditions, but that he is in no sense going on any official mission. Dr. Adler expects to return about the first of June.

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