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  • Crown Prince Wilhelm, in Herald-tribune Article, Defends Hitler and Nazis

    In an article in the New York Herald-Tribune yesterday, former Crown Prince Wilhelm, who fled so ignominously from Germany at the first hint of trouble, declares that Germany is faced by hostile world opinion just as she was during the World War. He attributes this to fear of the new Germany by the other powers… More ▸

  • Sign Barring Jews from Berlin’s Seaside Removed

    The inscription prohibiting all Jews from bathing at the Wannsee resort near Berlin, was removed yesterday. An official communication explained that the prohibition had been issued without the “sanction of competent authority.” Originally the order had been issued, the authorities claimed, when Aryan bathers complained that the swarming Jews offended the delicate sensibilities of Aryan… More ▸

  • Hails Nra for Giving Back the Sabbath to Jewry

    Bernard Semel, honorary secretary of the Jewish Education Association of New York, declared that the NRA, in establishing a five-day week, has made possible the restoration of the Sabbath as a “great spiritual force” among the masses of American Jews. In his statement Mr. Semel urges American Jewry to utilize the opportunity to cure the… More ▸

  • Minnesota Rotary Club Pays Honor to Civic Leader

    The Rotary Club of Stillwater published a resolution adopted at the last meeting of the organization, honoring the late Jacob R. Kolliner, business man, civic leader and former mayor of the city. The resolution praised Kolliner as the club’s “one uniquely outstanding member.” More ▸

  • Elk Lodges Asked to Give Support to Jewish Pageant

    A resolution adopted by Lodge Number One of the Elks fraternal organization urges lodges throughout the city to support the pageant, “The Romance of a People,” which will be presented here September 14 in behalf of the fund to settle German Jews in Palestine. A central ticket station for Elks has been established at 108… More ▸

  • La Lupescu is Being Made Ready for Title and Church, is Report

    Magda Lupescu, titian-haired mistress of King Carol of Roumania, is to be accepted into the Greek Orthodox Church, adopted as his daughter by a Roumanian prince and will then become the bride of the Roumanian ruler, the London Express sensationally reports today. The plans, the Express reports, have been prepared with the utmost secrecy for… More ▸

  • Montreal Star Condemns Canadian Hitler Group; Urges Government Act

    An editorial attack on efforts to organize swastika clubs in Canada was made here in the influential Montreal Star under the caption, “No Hitlerism in Canada.” Referring to press reports of “a new organization strongly anti-Semitic with aims to produce a Dominion-wide movement against those who unscrupulouly hinder the advancement of Gentile rights in our… More ▸

  • German Jew Gets 5 Years for Using Slugs in Slots

    A five-year prison sentence was imposed upon an unemployed Jewish printer for using slugs and counterfeit coins in telephones and automatic machines because “there is nothing left for the Jews in Germany to do but injure the state.” The prisoner, Julius Heyman, allegedly confessed to the crime and gave this as his motive, according to… More ▸

  • Samuel C. Lamport Sails to Examine World Market for American Agriculture

    Samuel C. Lamport, head of the Lamport Exporting Company and noted for his active work in many phases of Jewish life, sailed on the Berengaria Saturday to investigate the possibilities of foreign markets for American goods. Mr. Lamport is acting for former Senator Smith W. Brookhart of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration. Before he sailed Mr…. More ▸

  • Palestine out of Experimental Stages Reports Executive to Zionist Congress

    The development of Palestine has definitely emerged from the experimental economic stages into the productive and profit-bearing stage, according to the report of the executive of the World Zionist Organization, submitted to the Eighteenth World Zionist Congress now in session here. The 375-page report presents a detailed analysis of the political and economic factors involved… More ▸