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SECTION TWO: ECONOMIC, INTELLECTUAL,
AND SPIRITUAL LIFE IN YEDINITZ (H,Y)

Translated by David Goldman

  • Domestic Economics, Society and Social Services

  • Health Care Institutions

  • Education, Culture and Theater

  • Teachers, Schools and the Gymnazia High School

  • Intellectuals / Spiritual Persons Religion

Status of Jewish Loan and Savings Fund in Yedinitz - as of 1/1/1929

Extract from the Report on the activities of the Loan and Savings Fund in Bessarabia prior to 1928.

a. Membership of the professional category – number of members as of 1/1/29: 761

b. Monetary activity

c. Growth of share capital, number of shares, and share average as of 1/1/29.

d. Loans issued in 1928; number of borrowers: 741

e. Distribution of loans based on purpose; amounts of issued loans

Distribution of agriculture loans

f. Administrative costs in 1928


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ECONOMICS, SOCIETY and SOCIAL SERVICES

Jewish Occupations

by Shalom Caspi-Serebrenick

According to the last Romanian census of 1932, there were a total of 6,000 Jews in the Yedinitz on the eve of World War II. Over the generations Jews lived in relative calm and earned their livelihoods, making more or less money in business and trades, and yet others in agriculture and small industries.

Founders of the Loan and Savings Fund. Audit Committee Directors. Founded 10/17/1926. [page 195] Founders of the Loan and Savings Fund.
Audit Committee Directors.
Founded 10/17/1926.
1. Asher Kaufman (Froykes) 2. ---- 3. Hillel Dubrow 4. Aharon Bronstein
5. ----- 6. Meir Walevitch 7. Yechiel Nemichinitser 8. ---- 9. Yosef Speier
10. Yankel Moteses Schwartzman 11. Shmuel Ludmir
12. Itsik Yaakov-Shayas Greenberg 13. Attorney Yisrael Korman
14. Yosef Riesman 15. ---- 16. Lyovo Gukovsky
17. Mina Parnes (Yisrael), 18. Raphael Cooperman
 

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Growing Tobacco in our City

Aharon Chachmovitch

Aharon Chachamovitz, who was a farmer in Yedinitz and who grew tobacco for many years, currently lives in Israel at his son Yosef's kvutsa, where Yosef was one of the founders of Chanita. Ephraim Schwartzman-Sharon transcribed his words.

Avraham Bronstein's pharmacy on the Post Office Street. [page 201]
Avraham Bronstein's pharmacy on the Post Office Street

On the Steps of Avraham Bronstein's Pharmacy. [page 203]
On the Steps of Avraham Bronstein's Pharmacy

Standing (from right, bottom to top): Shimon Shorr (died in Israel), Shimon Shrentsel (died in Chernovitz), Hinda (née Shorr) the wife of Avraham Bronstein (died in Israel).

From left, (from bottom to top): Dr. Silberman (died in Kishinev), Moshe Voskovoynik (died in Bucharest), Leah Galperin (in Israel), next to her the girl Zippora, Zvia Voskovoynik (in Israel), in her arms the child Yaakov (died on the front).

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