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  • Police Seek Assailant of Captain F. M. Scott

    The police hope to arrest the assailant of F. M. Scott, police commandant who received a knife injury in the head yesterday during a scuffle between the police and an Arab crowd following the execution of the three Arabs in Acre. Three Arabs were arrested for inciting. Scott’s injuries are reported not to be serious…. More ▸

  • News Brief

    Berlin Jewry voiced its protest against the anti-Semitic activities in Thuringia at three huge mass meetings here sponsored by the General Association of German Citizens of the Jewish Faith. Speakers at the meetings deplored the fact that the German Government has not speedily put an end to the anti-Semitic agitation of Dr. Frick and his… More ▸

  • New Roumanian Citizenship Law to Be Introduced Shortly

    A new citizenship law that will solve the problem of those people now living in Roumania who, as a result of the war are citizens of no country will be introduced into the Roumanian parliament before the end of the present session, according to the Roumanian newspaper “Lupta.” In a long discussion in the Senate,… More ▸

  • Jewish Education Association to Honor Jewish Educators

    A dinner in honor of the delegates to the Fifth Annual Convention of the National Council for Jewish Education will be given by the Jewish Education Association of New York, according to an announcement made last week by Bernard Semel, Honorary Secretary of the Association. The dinner will take place Tuesday evening, June 24, at… More ▸

  • Johns Hopkins Honors Los Angeles Judge

    Judge Harry A. Hollzer, president of the Nathan Straus Palestine Society, president of the Temple B’nai B’rith Men’s Club, and active in all local Jewish affairs, was signally honored by Johns Hopkins University, it was announced by Chief Justice Waste of the State Supreme Court. Judge Hollzer was appointed on the proposed advisory committee of… More ▸

  • Complains Jews Are Not Employed on Soviet Railways

    Jewish workers are not accepted on the Soviet railways, the Charkov “Shtern” complains, emphasizing that despite a resolution of the Central Communist Party of Ukrainia that Jewish youth be absorbed into the railways systems, only 1,581 Jews are employed on the railways out of a total of 181,000 workers. The “Shtern” points out that there… More ▸

  • Yiddish Theatrical Circuit to Be Organized in Nine Cities

    A Yiddish theatrical circuit which will include nine cities in the United States and Canada will be organized for the coming theatrical season, according to a resolution adopted by the Hebrew Actors’ Union at its meeting here on Tuesday, on the recommendation of Reuben Guskin, its manager. Boston, Newark, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Detroit, St. Louis, Montreal,… More ▸

  • 80% of Jewish Immigrants to U.S. in Decade Came Ere 1925

    During the decade from 1920 to 1930, 345,477 Jewish immigrants arrived in the United States, according to figures given to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency by the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society yesterday. About four-fifths of this number, or 275,000, arrived in this country during the first four years, before the 1924 immigration laws of… More ▸

  • Tumult in German Reichstag As Thuringian Anti-semitic Activities Are Discussed

    A great tumult was created at yesterday’s plenary session of the German Reichstag when the anti-Semitic activities in the province of Thuringia led by the minister of Education, Dr. Frick and his National Socialist party followers, came up for discussion. One National Socialist deputy, M. Goebbels, was ousted from the chamber by the president Paul… More ▸

  • Young Mizrachi Elects Officers at Closing Session

    At the final session of the Young Mizrachi convention, held Tuesday night at the Hotel Pennsylvania, Manhattan, under the chairmanship of Z. Carp, the following officers for the ensuing year were elected: I. Epstein, president; Z. Carp, first vice-president; B. Hilson, second vice-president; Eva Aronson of Chicago, third vice-president; Jennie Cutler, secretary; M. Hagler, treasurer…. More ▸