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The 'Zionist' watch of Mordechai Sheindelman [writing inside watch is unclear] [page 491]
The “Zionist” watch of Mordechai Sheindelman
[writing inside watch is unclear]

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Yedinitz in the Newspapers

A paid advertisement: collective wishes for Rosh Hashana, 1930 [page 491] From right: A paid advertisement: collective wishes for Rosh Hashana, 1930.

Left: An article by Baruch (son of Benzion) Timan about the bazaar benefit for the Jewish National Fund, and about the memorial to Bialik, 1934

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Women, Youth, Elections to Congress

Let us also mention the activities of Zionist women in Yedinitz. Among the most active were Batsheva Kliger, whose house was the location for meetings, Chana Axelrod, Zeitel Fradis, Henya Steinbortz, Lisa Galprin, Ita Bronstein, the Rosenthal sisters, Rosa Hochberg, Susya Shitz, Batya Steiff, Mindel Dubrow and others whose names I forget. Please forgive me for this. The Zionist women were also active on behalf of various charity funds.

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