MEYER SADOVSKI (1871-December 24, 1937?)
He was born in Warsaw, Poland. He attended religious elementary school and yeshiva, and he later graduated from a Polish high school. He was president of Ezrat-Yetomim (Orphans’ fund), the Sinai school, and the Association of Schools in Poland. He was a committee member of the Warsaw Zionist organization and a patron for Jewish cultural objectives. He published articles on Jewish religious life in Haynt (Today), and he was a regular contributor to Di shuhl- un khazonim-velt (The synagogue and cantors’ world) (1930-1938)—both in Warsaw. In book form: Fun yidishe legendes (From Jewish legends) (Vilna, 1928), 64 pp. He died in Warsaw.
Sources: Haynt (December 25-26, 1937); P. Milakovski, in Di shuhl un khazonim-velt (Warsaw) (January 1938).
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