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The end of the 'Hehalutz' carpentry shop [page 520]  
The end of the Hehalutz carpentry shop
The newspaper of Ze'irei Zion, called Earth and Labor, from its edition of 1/16/1925, publishes a report about pioneer training in Bessarabia, and brings details about the bad state of the carpentry shop of the Hehalutz in Yedinitz due to a financial crisis and the departure of its managers for Palestine. It was decided to send a delegation to repair the situation. As far as we know, the carpentry shop was closed that year
 

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[Pages 521-522]

Members of the Gratch family [page 521]  
Members of the Gratch family
– among the first pioneers from Yedinitz in Petach Tikvah in the 1920s. The sisters Riva, Sarah and Chantsa, and Motel Drori-Gratch
 

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A group of pioneers in training in the early 1920s [page 522]  
A group of pioneers in training in the early 1920s
1. Aryeh Zamora (Motsa) 2. Yaakov Tepper
 

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