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  • J. D. B. News Letter

    The summer is passing quietly and peacefully for the Jews of Hungary. The general economic crisis has silenced political discriminations. The parliamentary battle between the forces of the opposition and the representatives of the government, at this stage, are not being conducted at the expense of the Jews. The government of Count Karolyi has in… More ▸

  • Professor Gumbel Here; Says Revelation of Fascist Killings Caused Ouster

    Professor Emil Gumbel, noted German Jewish political economist and pacifist, who was ousted from the Faculty of the University of Heidelberg after ten years of service, owing to the pressure of the Nazis, is now in the United States and is attending the sessions of the Sixth International Congress of Genetics at Cornell University. The… More ▸

  • Anti-semitic Demonstration in Roumanian Parliament when Jewish Deputy Scores Insults

    A speech by the Jewish Deputy, Weissman, who is president of the Zionist Federation of Roumania, protesting against the insulting epithets hurled at the Jews by Deputies at sessions of Parliament, evoked an anti-Semitic demonstration yesterday which resulted in the exclusion from Parliamentary sessions for five days of the anti-Semitic Deputy Robu. The tumult occurred… More ▸

  • Southern Young Judaea Holds Convention

    Development of the Southern Young Judaea Association in the past year was recorded at the 13th annual convention held here with the participation of 66 delegates from nine cities in the states of Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana and Texas. Sidney Parks of Atlanta was elected president; Simon Wender, David Herman, vice-presidents; Simon Novek, Secretary; Mose… More ▸

  • S. Rutenberg Named Head of Kashruth Association

    S. Rutenberg, founder and president of the Brooklyn Jewish Centre was unanimously chosen president of the Kashruth Association of Greater New York by the Committee consisting of 100 rabbis and lay leaders. Rabbi Wolf Margolis, dean of orthodox rabbis in the United States, was elected honorary president for life of the association, comprising 204 rabbis… More ▸

  • Jewish Woman Leader of Elizabeth Succumbs

    Mrs. Ida Reinherz, president of the sisterhood of Congregation Bnai Israel, and prominently identified with Jewish and civic work, died yesterday at the Beth Israel Hospital in Newark following an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Reinherz was a member of the Council of Jewish Women and of the board of Temple Bnai Israel. She had served… More ▸