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SWANSEA JEWISH-' EFFORT.

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SWANSEA JEWISH EFFORT. SUCCESSFUL CONCERT AT THE ELYSIUM. i A concert was held at the Elysium, Swansea, for the fund for the completion of ths p-achate oi land for a burial ground for the Russian Orthodox Jewish congrega- bon at Swansea on Sunday. The ha was comfortably fiilful, and the first part of the programme was occupied by the screening I of the Jevish dra-aia. CI-iildrei-, of tbe Ghetto," adapted from the novel of Israel Zaaigwill. In the second part, presided over bv the Deputy Mayor (Ald. Berg Joaes), the following artistès contributed ljss ..May Cole (soprano), Mrs.'Jr WfSgbfc" (contralto). Ilr. E. S. jQvaiis (baritone)* Master Edgar .Williams ('cellist), Mr. B. ai Squires (tenor), and Madame I. Snipper (elocutionist), whilst l\IisI; Edith Ferrer wa* an efficient accompanist. In a letter which we have received from Mr. L. Marks, hon. secretary of the fund, li.,2 thanked the Deputy Mavor (Aid. Ben. Jones) for his donation of la towards thei fund; also Councillors J. Lewis and P, Molyneux for their assistance, and the ar- tistes, the managements of the cinemas who announced the concert 011 the screen freely, the local Press, Mr. S. J. Powell (managed of the Elysium), and the audience. The venture was a complete success. Eight hundred thousand Jews, says Mr. I Marks, are in the British Army, and doubt- less many more in the Allied armies, and they are determined to fight shoulder to ,imldcr to help their adopted country.

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