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  • 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 ▸

  • Roumania May Take Stand on Mandate if England’s Obligations Are Not Kept

    Roumania may take a definite stand on the present British policy in Palestine unless Great Britain keeps its obligations, declared George Mironescu, Roumanian foreign minister today, in replying to a question in Parliament from the Jewish Deputy Landau. M. Mironescu said he was aware that immigration to Palestine had been suspended, a matter in which… More ▸

  • Lubawitscher Rebbe Blesses America at Bunker Hill Day Fete

    A huge throng crowded the grounds of the Crawford Street Synagogue, Roxbury, at the flag raising exercises held on Bunker Hill Day, Tuesday morning, June 17. The chief guest of honor was the world-famous scholar and scion of an old aristocratic Jewish family, Rabbi Joseph Schneursohn, better known as the “Lubawitscher Rebbe,” who in a… More ▸

  • Sender Morgenstern Dead

    Sender Morgenstern, prominent leader of orthodox Jewry and for two decades a member of the executive of the Warsaw Jewish community, died here today at the age of 88. More ▸

  • Stokowski Third Jew to Join Rockefeller Entertainment Plan

    The $250,000,000 Rockefeller radio and entertainment project in which two Jews are already actively interested, David Sarnoff, president of the Radio Corporation of America, and S. L. Rothafel, known as “Roxy”, who will direct the amusements has enlisted the services of another Jew, Leopold Stokowski, one of the outstanding conductors in America, who is at… More ▸

  • Non-jews Give over $7,000 to Allied Jewish Campaign

    George MacDonald, prominent in Catholic circles, yesterday sent a check for $5,000 for the New York Allied Jewish Campaign to Hon. Joseph M. Proskauer, honorary chairman of the campaign which is raising $2,500,000 toward $6,000,000 which is being raised nationally for the 1930 budgets of the Joint Distribution Committee and the Jewish Agency for Palestine…. More ▸

  • Rabbinical Assembly Convention to Be Held July 7

    The Rabbinical Assembly of America in whose membership there are about 200 Conservative Rabbis, will have its annual convention at Tannersville, New York, on July 7, 8 and 9. The subjects that will be taken up at the convention are “The Community Federation and Jewish Religious Work,” “The Community Center and the Synagogue,” “A Federation… More ▸

  • 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 ▸