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  • J. D. B. News Letter

    that the Jewish population is deeply impoverished. Suicides of former large Jewish merchants and industrialists form daily reports in the press. In a season where anti-Semitic agitation has calmed down, the Jewish population finds it less difficult to endure its general need and unemployment. The general situation is bad and the Jews are not the… More ▸

  • News Brief

    In an effort to counteract the scurrilous propaganda against the Jews by the Nazis, the Central Union of German Citizens of the Jewish Faith today issued a new leaflet bringing facts to light concerning Jewry’s many centuries of residence in Germany and the patriotism of the Jews. The leaflet shows that Jews have resided in… More ▸

  • Montefiore Hospital Issues Appeal for Funds; Adequate Service Jeopardized

    Unless funds are immediately forthcoming the Montefiore Hospital for Chronic Diseases will be unable to continue its service to the public, according to Fred M. Stein, its president, who issued an appeal for public support of the institution. The head of the institution revealed that the deficit of 1931 was double that of 1930, and… More ▸

  • Funeral Services for Morris Lurie; Donor to Seminaries

    Funeral services were held for Morris Lurie, donor of gifts to a number of Jewish institutions who succumbed at the age of 75 at his summer home in Rockaway Park, L. I. Mr. Lurie, who was the owner and founder of ### chain of department ### in upper New York, established a scholarship fund at… More ▸

  • News Brief

    The Berlin organ of the National Socialist party of Adolph Hitler, “Der Angriff” was suspended yesterday for the period until August 31st, for attacking Chancellor Franz von Papen. Paul Joseph Goebbels, Hitler lieutenant, writing in the paper declared: “After the Beuthen death sentences, Chancellor von Papen sat at a theatre where a Hungarian Jewess sang… More ▸

  • Rights of Jewish Artisans Not Affected by New Soviet Decree

    The new government decree imposing a penalty of ten years imprisonment for speculation does not in any way affect the decree previously issued granting Jewish artisans the right to sell their own goods in the private market, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent was officially assured today by government officials. Explaining the purpose of the new… More ▸

  • Palestine Exhibition Opens in Syracuse

    A complete display of National Fund Stamps, Palestinian flowers, and the work of Bezalel Institute of Art, will be shown in conjunction with the 11th Young Poale Zion Alliance Convention at the Syracuse Public Library Museum, beginning this coming Monday. Harris Pine, a young violinist of the Syracuse Fine Arts College, is the promoter of… More ▸