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  • Lipsky, Back from Prague, Assails Rabbi Wise for Use of ‘abusive’ Tactics

    The agreement between Germany and Palestine for import of German goods amounting to three million marks in liquidation of property of German-Jewish emigrants will be abandoned, according to Louis Lipsky, national chairman of the American Palestine Campaign, who has just returned from the World Zionist Congress at Prague. Mr. Lipsky, who was elected at the… More ▸

  • Jewish School Concessions Are Ordered Liquidated

    Bernhard Rust, Minister of Education, issued instructions today that for the new school year all concessions issued to Jews or the descendants of Jews for the maintenance of private schools must be liquidated. Only Aryans, he declared, are entitled to obtain such concessions. However, schools where only Jewish children are taught remain unaffected by the… More ▸

  • Funeral Wednesday for Sime Silverman, Publisher

    Funeral services for Sime Silverman, founder and owner of the theatrical weekly, Variety, who died in Hollywood, Friday night, will be held at the Riverside Memorial Chapel, 76th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, immediately upon the arrival of the body from California Wednesday. Other details of the interment have not yet been decided upon. Mr. Silverman… More ▸

  • Strengthen Boycott Appeal in Warsaw Synagogues

    An appeal to strengthen the boycott against all German goods was recited at all the synagogues today before the reading of the Torah, at the request of the rabbinate. The appeal was circulated in all the synagogues with a suitable text, asking the purchasing public to refrain from buying all goods originating in Hitler-land. “Our… More ▸

  • Woman’s Sudden Death Ends Synagogue Service

    Second day Rosh Hashonah services at the Herzl Street synagogue, in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn, were interrupted and a near panic ensued when a woman worshipper died suddenly. The crowd made a rush for the exits, apparently under the impression that Nazi sympathizers had attacked the synagogue. Order was restored only after some difficulty… More ▸

  • Vienna Synagogue Walls Are Defaced by Swastikas During Worship Intervals

    The walls of many synagogues here were defaced with swastika emblems by the Nazis during the intervals between Rosh Hashonah services. The Hagana, a Jewish self-defense organization of Jewish soldiers, guarded the synagogues and helped maintain order throughout the High Holidays. During the hours between services, however, when the Hagana was not on duty, the… More ▸

  • Goebbels Reproves Jewry for Voicing Protests

    Advice to the Jews of the world that it would have been wiser for them to abstain from any outcry against the Jewish discriminations in Germany was given today by Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels, Nazi Minister of Propaganda, in the course of an interview with the French paper, Le Soir, of Paris. “It is the… More ▸

  • German Jewish Authors Excluded

    The presidium of the All-German Writer’s Association, resolved today to exclude all Jewish writers from membership in the Association. More ▸

  • Refugee Problem Brings Reich Race Policy into Open at Geneva Session

    The question of Nazi treatment of the Jews in the Reich may arise at the meeting of the Assembly of the League of Nations, it was learned here today. The question may be brought to the fore next week in connection with negotiations now proceeding on the initiative of Holland, with France and Czechoslovakia, regarding… More ▸

  • Rumor That Czechs Will Bring Jewish Issue Before the League of Nations

    The rumor that the Czechoslovakian government will bring the question of the Jews in Germany before the Council of the League of Nations now in session at Geneva, was much commented upon in this morning’s German press, some papers asserting that the Upper Silesian question will also be raised at the Council meeting. The Munich… More ▸