AVROM FELER (b. ca. 1893)
He was born in Botoșani, Romania. He was a prominent Zionist leader in Romania, a Revisionist and later in Grosman’s Yidnshtot (Jewish city) Party. After WWI he founded the publishing house “Slovo” (The word). He wrote important articles for Di vokh (The week) in Bucharest and published correspondence pieces in Tog (Day) in New York. He was one of the principal internal contributors to Abraham Leib Zissu’s Romanian Zionist newspaper Mântuirea (Redemption) and editor of the Zionist biweekly newspaper Drumur (Pathways). He was last living in Israel.
Source: Shloyme Bikl, in Tog-morgn-zhurnal (New York) (June 14, 1958).