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  • 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 ▸

  • Dr. Cyrus Adler Celebrates Seventieth Birthday Today

    Dr. Cyrus Adler, one of the foremost leaders in Jewish affairs and noted educator, celebrates his seventieth birthday today. Dr. Adler, who is returning from a vacation spent in California, will not arrive in New York until September 19. Through his work on behalf of the Jews in many lands, Dr. Adler, who was born… More ▸

  • Religion on Tax-cards Nazis’ Latest Innovation

    An innovation in taxation was introduced here when the question of religious affiliation was introduced into the tax payers’ cards for 1934. The German press, in publishing the new regulations on income tax payments, prints the section dealing with religious affiliation in heavy type. More ▸

  • Dr. Willstaetter to Get Gibbs Medal Tonight

    As a “world leader in organic chemistry”, Dr. Richard Willstaetter of Munich, winner of the Nobel Prize in 1915, will be awarded the Willard Gibbs Medal for 1933, outstanding American distinction in the realm of chemistry bestowed annually by the Chicago Section of the American. Chemical Society, at a dinner to be held at the… More ▸

  • Asks That Judgment Be Withheld

    A plea to withhold judgment on the Hitler regime in Germany, was made by Dr. Karl Ermisch, Professor of German at Augsburg College in Minneapolis, before several thousand persons of German descent gathered in Como park here, to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the founding of Germantown, Pa., the first German settlement in America. Professor… More ▸

  • Seaboard Zionists in Plea for Hadassab-z.o.a. Unity

    The semi-annual meeting of the executive committee of the Seaboard Zionist organization here, went on record as endorsing the German relief campaign; asking for unity between the Zionist Organization of America and the Hadaasah and endorsing efforts to help defray the deficit of the Zionist Organization. The meeting was presided over by Rabbi Edward L…. More ▸

  • Hess Warns Nazis Against Molesting Foreigners

    An order warning all Nazis against molesting foreigners who do not give the Nazi salute when the Nazi flag is borne by was issued yesterday by Rudolf Hess, assistant to Hitler. The order was issued after a number of incidents occurred in which Americans and other foreigners, particularly Jewish-looking American citizens, were assaulted by Nazi… More ▸