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    A protest meeting against the racial persecutions in Roumania is being arranged by the French League for Human Rights for next Friday. A particular feature of the program is a protest against the decision of the Bucharest court in the case of Lieutenant Morarescu who was acquitted after evidence was produced that he was guilty… More ▸

  • Palestine Authorities Legalize Zionist Revisionists

    (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) The activities of the Zionist revisionists, the oppositional group within the Zionist movement under the leadership of Vladimir Jabotinski, was legalized by the Palestine authorities. The application of the local group of Zionist revisionists was granted by the Haifa authorities after the suggestion of the authorities that a clause embodying the paragraph… More ▸

  • Anti-semitic Leaders in Hungary Face International Disgrace

    (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) The Horthy regime of Hungary, the government which was responsible for the anti-Jewish terror and the enactment of the numerus clausus law against Jewish students, faces international disgrace as a result of disclosures made in connection with the thirty billion franc counterfeiting conspiracy. The clue to the conspiracy, discovered with the arrest… More ▸

  • Executive Committee of Union of American Hebrew Congregations Meets in Annual Session

    (Jewish Daily Bulletin) Reports on the progress made during the past year in the work of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and its affiliated bodies, the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods and the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods, will be presented at the Executive Board meeting which will be held here on January 30th… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Order and peace in Hungary’s capital was threatened due to the disclosures made in connection with the counterfeiting conspiracy yesterday. Nationalistic and anti-Semitic organizations are preparing for public demonstrations in order to divert public attention from the investigation. Special measures of protection were ordered by the government. The streets are patrolled by special guards. Demonstrations… More ▸

  • Miami District Combines Campaign into United Jewish Appeal

    (Jewish Daily Bulletin) Judge Stoneman, prominent jurist and editor of the “Miami Herald,” a non-Jew, has accepted the honorary chairmanship of the United Jewish Appeal of the Miami District, which will seek to raise a quota of $150,000 during the latter part of January in the Jewish communities from Palm Beach to Key West, Florida,… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Further disclosures in Hungary’s counterfeit plot show that the trunk of Marsovsky, in which French 1,000-franc banknotes were found in Holland, had the official seal of the Hungarian foreign office. Before leaving Budapest he borrowed money from a bank on a note backed by Deputy Goemboes, president of the Hungarian anti-Semitic party, and Deputy Eckhardt,… More ▸

  • American Expedition Leaves for Palestine to Seek Records of Hittites

    The Hungarian counterfeiting plot reechoed widely in the European press. The Vienna newspapers declare that the scandal means the end of the Horthy regime. The present Hungarian government is to be blamed for its condoning an internal criminal activity which has become an international hornets’ nest. Three groups are disgraced: the Awakening Magyars, the race… More ▸