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  • Arabs to Renew Their Anti-jewish Boycott

    The anti-Jewish boycott by the Arabs will be revived Monday and elaborate measures are being taken to make certain that it is completely enforced. It is believed that the renewal of the economic war on the Jews is in retaliation for the Jews vacating Arab premises in Jaffa to move to Tel Aviv. More ▸

  • Detroit Zionist District Votes to Accept Brandeis Memorandum

    Detroit Zionists are now definitely in the Brandeis fold. At a meeting of the Zionist District of Detroit held last night at the Philadelphia Byron Talmud Torah, the proposals of Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis and his group setting forth conditions for their return to leadership in the Zionist Organization of America, received an… More ▸

  • Ex-state Senator Bromberg Dies Suddenly in Boston

    Ex-State Senator Edward J. Bromberg, who was prominent in public life more than a decade ago, died suddenly last night at the Massachusetts General Hospital, where he had been taken following a sudden attack of heart trouble. Mr. Bromberg was in his 66th year. In 1897 Mr. Bromberg removed from Roxbury to Roslindale, where he… More ▸

  • Bronx Near Halfway Mark in Allied Jewish Campaign

    Supreme Court Justice Albert Cohn reported to the New York Allied Jewish Campaign yesterday that in response to an appeal for contributions at a "midnight" banquet at the Concourse Plaza Hotel, of the Bronx division of the campaign, of which he is chairman, over $45,000 had been subscribed. Justice Cohn and his Bronx committee accepted… More ▸

  • Unemployment Discussion to Feature Young Israel Convention

    A discussion on existing unemployment conditions among Jewish Youth will be the feature of the annual convention of the Council of Young Israel which is being held at the Hotel Scarboro, Long Branch, N. J., June 13-16. Young Israel with a membership of eight thousand maintains the largest Sabbath observing employment agency in the country…. More ▸

  • Jew Appointed Railway Commissioner in Soviet Cabinet

    Moisei Ruchimovitch, the son of a blacksmith, was today appointed Railway Commissar of the Soviet government. He is the second Jew to become a member of the Soviet cabinet, the other being M. Yakovlev, Land Commissar. M. Ruchimovitch, who is 41, has until now been vice-president of the Supreme Economic Council, the highest Soviet industrial… More ▸

  • Will Offer Bill Prohibiting State Exams on Sabbath

    Assemblyman Albert D. Schanzer of Brooklyn has promised to introduce at the next session of the New York state legislature a bill which would prohibit state or municipal examinations of any sort to be held on a Jewish Sabbath or holyday. This promise is contained in a letter written by the Assemblyman to Rabbi Louis… More ▸

  • Boston Jewry to Play Host to Lubawitscher Rebbe

    Boston Jewry will play host to the famous Lubawitscher Rebbe, Rabbi Joseph Schneursohn, for two weeks, starting Sunday. He will be the guest of honor at a banquet, June 25. On his arrival here he will be met by a committee of notable laymen and rabbis headed by Louis H. Steinberg. More ▸

  • 3 Zionist Regions Reject While Hadassah Board Approves Brandeis-mack Memorandum

    Three Zionist districts in various sections of the country, in considering the proposed memorandum on Zionist affairs recently issued by Justice Brandeis and his associates, have rejected the proposals as not meeting the present situation in American Zionism. Districts which have voted down the plan and have elected delegates to the forthcoming Zionist Convention at… More ▸

  • Dr. Adler Submits Memorandum for Wailing Wall Commission

    Felix M. Warburg, chairman of the Administrative Committee of the Jewish Agency, today announced that although Dr. Cyrus Adler, president of the American Jewish Committee, is unable to proceed to Palestine to represent the Jewish Agency before the Wailing Wall Commission, he has carried out the initial part of the obligation he had assumed at… More ▸