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  • Jews Disappointed As Friend of Communities Law is Named Under-secretary of Cults

    A last minute change resulted in the appointment of Ghitzo Pop, a strong supporter of the Jewish communities law which is obnoxious to the Jews, as under-secretary in the ministry of cults, in place of Professor Andrei, who is an outspoken opponent of the anti-Semitic chieftain, Professor Alexander Cuza. Professor Andrei was named under-secretary of… More ▸

  • Polish Jews of Canada Protest Discriminations Suffered by Jews of Poland

    A resolution expressing regret and protest against the inequalities and discriminations practiced against the Jews of Poland was adopted here today at a conference of delegates representing 25,000 Jews of Polish extraction now residing in Canada. The resolution states that the Polish Jews of Canada feel keenly “the economic crisis as well as the political,… More ▸

  • Pittsburgh Zionists Say Brandeis Memo Will Not Aid United Front

    Endorsement of the campaign of American Zionists for a united front and the belief that the proposal of Justice Brandeis would not further that aim was contained in a resolution adopted at the pre-Cleveland convention conference of Zionist Region No. 5, comprising delegates from Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio and West Virginia, held in the Y…. More ▸

  • Podliszevski, President of Polish Hias, Dies at 68

    Abraham Podliszevski, president of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of Poland, died here today at the age of 68. One of the pioneer Zionists of Poland, he has always been active in Jewish communal endeavors but he has given most of his time to the Immigrant Aid Society. Before the war he was… More ▸

  • Four Jewish Assemblymen Praised by Citizens’ Union

    The records of four Jewish assemblymen from New York are praised in the report of the committee on legislation of the Citizens’ Union, made public this week. For their work in Albany during the past session, Meyer Alterman, Democrat, of the Seventeenth Assembly District, Manhattan, and Louis J. Lefkowitz, Republican, of the Sixth District, Manhattan,… More ▸

  • Terms Judea Democratic Club “irresponsible”

    The Judea Democratic Club, in inviting Mayor Walker to speak before its Fourth of July gathering on the question of discrimination against Jews in employment in New York City, is attacked by Jacob Fishman, managing editor of the “Jewish Morning Journal.” Writing in Tuesday’s issue of his paper, Mr. Fishman says: “The Judea Democratic Club… More ▸

  • Indian Moslem Delegation to Attend Wailing Wall Hearings

    A delegation of Moslems from India will come to Jerusalem to attend the sessions of the Wailing Wall Commission on behalf of the 70,000,000 Moslems of India says the Arab paper “Al Hayat” in publishing a telegram from the secretary of the Moslem Council of India to the Arab Executive. The Indian Moslem leader points… More ▸

  • Los Angeles Doctor Honored by French Government

    Dr. S. M. Marcus, a noted nerve specialist, was informed by H. Didot, French Consul, that he had been awarded the medal, diploma and a membership in the French Academy of Science. Dr. Marcus, well known in Jewish medical circles here, is also a major in the U. S. Army reserve corps. More ▸

  • J. D. B. News Letter

    The twelfth annual convention of the Federation of Zionists in Argentina, which has just concluded its sessions here, decided to devote more time to the Hebrew education of the Jewish youth in this far South American republic than it has done hitherto. After a protracted discussion, in which several speakers pointed out how the younger… More ▸

  • Jewish Population of Latvia Decreases over 5 Year Span

    The Jewish population of Lativa has decreased 1300 in the last five years. It now numbers 94,600 or 4.97 per cent of the general population. Five years ago the Jews of Latvia composed 5.19 per cent of the general population. The decrease is due to Jewish emigration. More ▸