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  • Jewish Agency Asks for 24,700 Certificates, Report

    The Jewish Agency for Palestine has requested 24,700 immigration certificates for the half-year from October to March, from the immigration department of the Palestinian government, it was learned here today, although it was impossible to obtain any confirmation of the report. The memorandum which was submitted stated the fullest details on which the demands for… More ▸

  • Stern Housing Commission Head

    Alfred K. Stern, son-in-law of the late Julius Rosenwald, noted philanthropist, was named as chairman of the new Illinois Housing Commission appointed by Governor Henry Horner. Immediately after the appointment was announced, Governor Horner telephoned to Mr. Stern and urged him to “get into action at once.” More ▸

  • Status of Converted Jews Subject for Negotiations Between Vatican and Nazis

    While the question of the reinstatement of equality for baptized German Jews or German Christians of Jewish origin will be negotiated shortly between the German government and the Vatican, the demand of the latter that non-converted German Jews be treated by the Nazi government in accordance with the principles of Christian charity has been flatly… More ▸

  • Nazi Press Lashes Einstein, Laski, Zionists; Warns Britain Against Boycott

    Striking back at Professor Albert Einstein, Adolf Hitler’s Voelkischer Beobachter today termed the famous scientist and his English host, Commander Oliver Locker Lampson, “cheap publicity seekers” and at the same time accused the Zionists of inciting world boycott of German goods. “It is clear that Zionists are responsible for the boycott resolution presented to Geneva,”… More ▸

  • New Ban on Jewish Doctors Anticipated in Germany

    A new law which will make the right of the German Jewish doctors to practice medicine altogether impossible, may be expected shortly, in accordance with the official announcement stating that new regulations will be issued to establish which of the doctors of Germany will be permitted to practice in the future. In connection with the… More ▸

  • Einstein in Seclusion Until Departure for U.S.

    Professor Albert Einstein will remain in seclusion in England for a month when he will sail for the United States to take up his duties at Princeton, N. J., at the Institute for Advanced Studies, it was learned yesterday. Professor Einstein is staying at the country estate of his intimate friend, Commander Oliver Locker-Lampson, where… More ▸

  • Argentine Zionist Laborites Hold First Convention

    The first convention of the Argentine League for Working Palestine closed here yesterday. The convention was addressed by the Argentine Socialists, Congressman Dickmann, Senators Bravo and Palacios and the representatives of the Palestinian Labor Fund, I. Razili. The convention resolved to invite Argentine Jewish colonists to visit Palestine as a manifestation of unity with the… More ▸

  • Embassy Shuns Baltimore German Celebration Because Swastika is Not Displayed

    Representatives of the German Reich shunned the German Day celebration here at Carlin’s Park, although in all the thirty-two years that the day has been celebrated here, either the German Ambassador or his representative had been present. No Swastika flag, no official German recognition, was the dictum of the Embassy at Washington. As there was… More ▸

  • Hearst Favors Admission of German Refugees Here

    Opening the gates of America to a “due proportion of those who are driven out of Germany” is recommended by William Randolph Hearst, famous American newspaper publisher. In a telegram to Morris Margulies, secretary of the Zionist Organization of America, Mr. Hearst expressed the hope that “the day would never come when we will close… More ▸

  • Young Ohio Zionists Form State Youth Organization

    Representatives of Zionist youth organizations in Ohio, in a meeting held in connection with the Zionist regional convention, decided to form a state organization. The groups represented at the conference were: Junior Hadassah, Young Judea, Masada and Avukah. The conference voted unanimously to enter the boycott movement. Joseph Papo, Masada delegate, was appointed to direct… More ▸