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  • Dr. Leon Reich, Noted Polish Jewish Leader, Dead at Fifty-one

    At the funeral today of Dr. Leon Reich, notable leader of Polish Jewry and one of the pioneer Zionists of Poland, government officials, Jewish leaders and representatives of the many Jewish organizations with which he was affiliated and in whose service he dedicated most of his life paid a last tribute to one of the… More ▸

  • Parliament Studies University Problem

    The question of the universities was discussed today by a financial committee of Parliament. The minister educator condemned the recent anti-Semitic disorders and promised to establish quiet. The Socialist deputies opposed the claims of the anti-Semites that aliens are over-running Austrian universities. The Socialists presented figures to prove that alien students comprise only 17 per… More ▸

  • News Brief

    H. C. Luke. Chief Secretary of the Palestine Government, and principal target of the criticism leveled against the Palestine administration for its weakness during the August riots, will leave on Wednesday for a vacation. He will be away for five months. More ▸

  • News Brief

    A special meeting of the Zionist Central Committee was convoked in order to honor the memory of Dr. Reich. The Polish section of the Jewish Agency also gathered to mourn his death. A message issued by the Zionist Executive states that the Jewish people suffered a great loss in the decease of a great fighter… More ▸

  • Denies Report Jewish Beggar Inherited Million

    The United States Consul denies the report recently published in newspapers here regarding the inheritance which a Jewish beggar. Feingold, was reported to have received from a brother in Texas. More ▸

  • Warsaw Kehillah Head Clarifies Subsidies Stand

    The executive of the Kehillah, referring to the recent report regarding the decision not to extend subsidies to the Yiddish schools, has made public the exact wording of the resolution, which reads that “subsidies should be extended only to such schools where instruction in the Torah is given while the pupils wear their hats.” This… More ▸

  • Arrested for Defending Himself from Murderers

    Hayam Macleff, only survivor of the Macleff family slaughtered at Motza, was arrested because during the evidence in the Macleff case he had confessed to striking one of the murderers. He was released on bail. More ▸

  • Convention Votes Fund of $500,000 to Be Raised for Palestine Workers

    A fund of $500,000 will be raised during the coming year for the organized Jewish workers of Palestine it was announced at the closing session of the convention of the Organized Jewish Workers in Palestine held in New York City. The convention also issued a call to all union members to subscribe an hour’s work… More ▸

  • Boston Starts Drive for $900,000 Charities Fund

    A great gathering of over 1,500 Jews, among them the most prominent in the community, were present yesterday at the largest charity mass meeting ever held in Boston to hear the appeal of the Associated Jewish Philanthropies on behalf of its $900,000 campaign. The meeting also marked the introduction to the Jewish community of Dr…. More ▸