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  • 2,807 Enter Palestine in Month

    Official figures issued today by the authorities showed that 2,807 persons entered Palestine in the month of July. Immigrants numbered 2,703, including 437 individuals who were listed in the capitalist classification. More ▸

  • Books

    The data on which is based “The Brown Book of the Hitler Terror”, the American edition of which has just been published by Alfred A. Knopf, is the data on which the Hitler government must stand condemned in the eyes of the present and future generations. Sometimes the shriek of tirade emerges from the data,… More ▸

  • Speelman, Shanghai Jew, Honored by Dutch Queen

    M. Speelman, well-known member of the Jewish community of Shanghai and a Dutch citizen, has been decorated with the Chevalier Order of Orange-Nassau, by Queen Wilhelmina of Holland. He received the decoration as a recognition of his philanthropic services and his many charitable deeds in Shanghai. More ▸

  • Here and There

    As Reported by Correspondents of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Mayor Mary E. Moore has been named to serve on the laymen’s council of the National Conference of Jews and Christians, at the suggestion of Newton D. Baker of Cleveland. More ▸

  • Legion Firm Against Exported Hitlerism; A.f.l. Action Looms

    Bitter resentment against the policies of the Reich government, especially those aimed at the rights of labor and of the Jews, was unleased yesterday in two pivotal cities in the United States by two powerful organizations which are meeting in convention. The American Legion, meeting in Chicago, and the American Federation of Labor, meeting in… More ▸

  • Aryan Mother, Pilloried by Town, Stoutly Defends Jewish Son-in-law

    A painful scene occurred today in the town of Landesberg, where the local Jewish doctor, his non-Jewish wife and her aged mother were marched through the streets of the town carrying insulting placards. Later, the mother was placed on a public tribune, to be condemned by the entire population for stating that she was proud… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Dr. Moses Behrend was today elected president of the Pennsylvania Medical Society at its third annual convention. Dr. Behrend is past president of the Philadelphia County Medical Society and is the author of several books and a considerable number of scientific treatises. Fifty-six years old, Dr. Behrend was a pioneer in opposing socialized medicine and… More ▸

  • Legion Firm Against Exported Hitlerism

    tion dedicated a memorial to the late labor leader yesterday. Meanwhile the Federation proper listened for about an hour to an address by James Rowan, one of the two delegates to the convention representing the British Trade Union Congress. The address which was couched in scathing language erased whatever illusions possibly remained in the minds… More ▸

  • Bruno Walter Hailed at Carnegie Concert

    Bruno Walter is here in New York to conduct the series of concerts of the New York. Philharmonic-Orchestra which has opened its current season at Carnegie Hall. The reception tendered by a demonstrative audience at his first public appearance Thursday night removed whatever doubts possibly remained in Mr. Walter’s mind regarding his status in world… More ▸

  • 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 ▸