hemy: In 1934, from May 26 to July 4 Salo Flohr visited Palestine (Eretz Israel).
Hebrew-language daily newspaper "Davar", May 25, 1934, p. 5:
"Salo Flohr will arrive tomorrow to Eretz Israel.
Master Salo Flohr will arrive to port of Jaffa on Saturday morning with passenger ship "Vienna".
On Tuesday he will play against Marmorosh 'Live Chess' on stadium and with a musical ensemble.
On Saturday June 2 he will play against 100 players in 'Ohel Shem' ('Tent of Moses') facility."
(Moshe Marmorosh - chess column editor of Davar).
English-language daily newspaper "The Palestine Post", May 28, 1934, p. 5:
The well - known Czechoslovakian Chess Champion, Mr. S. Flohr arrived in Tel Aviv on Saturday (May 26, 1934).
He will play at public performances in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa.
His first appearance will be at the Levant Fair Stadium on Tuesday night where he will play A Living Chess Match under flood fights.
He will also play simultaneously against 100 opponents on Saturday night, June 2, at the Ohel Shem.
"Davar", May 31, 1934, p. 5:
"Chess players, get ready!
Today at 8 p.m. in the premises of 'Yarid Hamizrach' ('Eastern festivities') will be held simultaneous exhibition of master Salo Flohr against 100 chess players.
Spectacular event of 'Live Chess' was held yesterday on the stadium. Salo Flor defeated Marmorosh."
"The Palestine Post", June 4, 1934, p. 5:
"Tel Aviv, a simultaneous chess game was played at the Ohel Shem Hall.
this week against 75 picked amateurs by Salo Flohr, the champion, who is visiting Palestine.
The result of the games was that Mr. Flohr lost to five opponents,
drew with nine, and beat the remaining sixty-one.
The tournament lasted from 9 p.m. until 4.30 a.m. the following morning.
Mr. Flohr will meet 100 strong players in a match at Maccabee Hall, Jerusalem, tonight, at 8 o'clock."
"The Palestine Post", June 13, 1934, p. 5:
"The chess master, Mr. Salo Flohr will meet fifty players, against whom he will play simultaneously, tonight at the Palatin Cafe, Tel Aviv.
The champion has already matched himself against 156 players in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa, winning 131 games, losing 12, and drawing 13."
"The Palestine Post", June 22, 1934, p. 5:
"Mr. Salo Flohr, chess champion, will pit his skill against 6O Palestine enthusiasts at a simultaneous tournament to be held in the Cafe "Zamir" in Allenby Street, Tel Aviv on Sunday evening, June 24 at 8.30 p.m."
"The Palestine Post", July 3, 1934, p. 6:
"SALO FLOHR PLAYS SIMULTANEOUS MATCHES.
Tel Aviv, July1. - The Czechoslovakian chess master, Salo Flohr gave two exhibitions of simultaneous chess playing here last week.
On Wednesday (June 27, 1934) at the Cafe 'Zamir' he engaged 35 opponents at the same time and defeated 29, drawing with four and losing to two.
Last night (June 30, 1934) he played for some six hours against 11 men, winning nine games, drawing with Winz and being beaten by Dobkin. For this match two men came from Jerusalem - Mr. Mohilever and Mr. Lucovich.
Mr. Flohr is sailing for Zurich on Wednesday (July 4, 1934) where he will play important international matches."
"Davar", July 13, 1934, p. 9:
"On Saturday (June 30, 1934), in cafe 'Cidon' was held simultaneous exhibition of master Salo Flohr against 11 strong players:
Czerniak, Dobkin, Winz, Mohilever, Blass, and others. After 4.5 hours of fight Flohr won 9, lost 1 (against Dobkin) and made a draw