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  • Varied Life of U.S. Jewry Told in Late Despatches

    Efforts to open wider the doors of the Hebrew University in Palestine to professors and intellectuals who were ousted from Germany have been increased as a result of the plea sounded by Sir Herbert Samuel, leader of the Liberal Party in England, at a dinner given in his honor by the American Friends of the… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Herman E. Moser, former Assistant State’s Attorney, has been appointed People’s Counsel by Governor Ritchie. Mr. Moser is 33 years old and is associated in law practice with his father-in-law, former Judge Martin Lehmayer. More ▸

  • Polish Anti-semites’ Fines and Jail Terms Officially Announced

    Unprecedented and rigorous sentences against anti-Semitic offenders, recently passed by the Polish courts, were made public today by the authorities. The priest Dogorinski was sentenced by the Lodz court to one month imprisonment and a fine of three hundred zloty for distributing anti-Semitic leaflets. For organizing anti-Jewish disturbances in the village of Bodzanow, the Plozk… More ▸

  • From Bethlehem to Paris Arab-christian Editor Goes to Get Nazi Instructions

    Eissa Bendak, editor of the radical Christian-Arabic bi-weekly “Sowt Es-Shaab” published in Bethlehem, has left for Paris where he will receive instructions from a group of Germans and Arabs on “conducting Nazi propaganda” in Palestine. Bendak was recently instrumental in organizing the Arab Fascist Party at Bethlehem whose object is to harass the Jews. More ▸

  • Imagine Herr Schmidt in the White House!

    render their friendships with comrades of these races. They would be instructed in the injustices done the United States and told that some day they must be prepared to right these wrongs by slaughtering the people of other countries. They would be induced to report to the political soldiers any chance unpatriotic word uttered by… More ▸

  • German Jews Called Belgians of Next War by Returned Rabbi

    “The stories of anti-Semitic atrocities we have heard over here were not exaggerated essentially,” according to the Rev. Dr. Adolph Coblenz, rabbi of the Chizuk Amuno Congregation, who has returned from a two-month tour of Germany. “By that,” the rabbi added, “I do not mean to confirm every story that has reached the United States,… More ▸

  • “jewish Current News” to Be Given Free to Bar Mitzvah Children of Brith Sholom

    Jewish Current News, the weekly newspaper for the Jewish youth of America, will be given as a gift to every boy and to every girl reaching confirmation, provided their parents are members of the fraternal order Brith Sholom, according to an announcement made by Martin O. Levy, Grand Secretary. Jewish Current News will resume publication… More ▸

  • Mrs. Lilly Lindheimer Dead

    Mrs. Lilly Lindheimer, mother of Benjamin Lindheimer, chairman of the Illinois Commerce Commission and considered the “right hand man” of Governor Henry Horner, died at Atlantic City. She was the widow of the late Jacob Lindheimer, who died several years ago. More ▸

  • News Brief

    Arthur S. Rosichan, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Federation, has been nominated by the District Commissioners to be director of transient relief, under the Federal Emergency Relief Administration. More ▸

  • League Ponders Plan to Assist Refugees

    A plan for the practical relief of German-Jewish refugees was advanced today when the Economic Commission of the League Assembly received a report and resolution from a sub-committee recommending a broad project for assisting the refugees. A High Commissioner would be appointed by the League to administer the project. He would be allowed the “fullest… More ▸