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  • Central Conference of Rabbis Advocates Industrial Reforms

    (Jewish Daily Bulletin) A thorough study in the life and problems of the laboring class with the desire to better their home and working conditions was the feature of yesterday’s session of the Central Conference of American Rabbis at the Hotel Shoreland, when Rabbi Edward L. Israel of Baltimore, presented the report of the Social… More ▸

  • International Press Ex-hibit Displays Jewish Art

    (J. T. A. Mail Service) An exhibition of the work of modern Jewish artists in various countries has been arranged at the Jewish section of the International Press Exhibition here. Among the artists showing are Professor Max Liebermann, Professor Leonid Pasternak, Professor Henry Glicenstein and his son Emanuel Glicenstein. Lesser Ury, Hermann Struck, Marc Chagall,… More ▸

  • To Combat Boycott Against Jewish Workers

    (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) An organized fight against the boycott of Jewish workers practiced by certain banks in Germany and firms established by Jews is urged by the Central Union of German Citizens of the Jewish Faith. The Reichsbank, the Bank of Frankfurt and other banks employ no Jews, nor do many well known firms established… More ▸

  • Hungarian Pro-palestine Committee Holds Session

    (J. T. A. Mail Service) The Hungarian Pro-Palestine Organization held its first annual conference here yesterday under the chairmanship of Councillor Karl Baracs and Chief Rabbi Dr. Imanuel Loew, representative of the Jewish Faith in the Upper House. Councillor Baracs was re-elected president, and new Praesidium includes Councillor Franz Szekely, Baron Adolf Kohner, president of… More ▸

  • European Press Comments on Report of Jewish Agency Commission

    Opinions Vary Along Party Lines; English Papers Divided (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) The Anglo-Jewish press commented in its issues of today on the report of the Jewish Agency Commission. The editorial of the “Jewish Guardian,” entitled “A Great Survey,” declares that the Commission’s report is a document demanding the most serious attention of all Jews concerned… More ▸

  • Missionary School Has 98% Jewish Pupils

    (J. T. A. Mail Service) The conversionists in Hungary are extremely active in the last few months. The “Magyar Sion,” which they recentlyy published as their organ, is conducting a very vigorous propaganda. The editor of the paper is an ex-Jewish teache, who was some time ago sentenced to a year’s imprisonment for his out-spoken… More ▸

  • News Brief

    The “Hajnt,” Warsaw Zionist daily, carries three articles in its issue today welcoming the report of the Jewish Agency Commission. Isaac Gruenbaum says in his article that a million pound budget is not higher than the budget of the Zionist Organization, the Keren Hayesod, the Keren Kayemeth and the Hadassah. The report is too sober,… More ▸

  • Budapest Neolog Group Faces Large Deficit

    (J. T. A. Mail Service) There is a deficit of five milliard Hungarian Kronen in the budget of the Budapest Jewish Reform (Neolog) Community, it was reported at the last meeting of the Budget Commission of the Community. A large number of officials of the community will be dismissed for economy reasons. The constitution and… More ▸

  • Students Attack Jews on Roumanian Train

    (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) A group or Roumanian theological students attacked a number of Jewish passengers on the train from Jassy to Kishineff, a report from Bucharest states. The rioters were arrested at the Ungheni station and arraigned before the District Attorney of Jassy. More ▸

  • Communities in Southern Jugo-slavia Organize

    (J. T. A. Mail Service) The Sephardic Jewish communities in the southern parts of ugo-Slavia, South Serbia and Serbian Macedonia, which have until now been practically isolated from the rest of the Jewish world, are being linked up with the more advanced and organised Jewry of Jugo-Slavia, following a conference of Jewish leaders from Belgrade,… More ▸