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  • News Brief

    Hebrew Tabernacle of Washington Heights, 605 West 161st Street; Dr. Benjamin Jablons, on “Hitlerism and the Nazi Propaganda in America”; 8 P.M. More ▸

  • Belgian Socialists Fight Libel Charge Against Jewish Aliens

    The Socialist deputies in the Belgian parliament today began an action against the notorious anti-Semitic news-newspaper Lassaut because the paper charged that the Socialist deputies headed by Mayor Camile of Antwerp had formed a naturalization office where “every foreign Jew, on payment of money, obtains Belgian citizenship rights.” Belgian Jewry is awaiting the trial with… More ▸

  • Paterson Germans to Protest Nazism

    German societies of Paterson and vicinity, including social, cultural, and labor groups, will hold a monster protest meeting and demonstration agaiinst Hitler’s Germany, promising ot stir Passaic circles as never before since the rise ofthe Nazis to power. A statement asking all city organizations to join in the protest has been sent by the societies. More ▸

  • Bulletin Calendar of Events

    “Hitlerism and Bolshevism-A Study of Two Contemporary Dictatorships,” speaker, Rev. John Haynes Holmes, at Temple Adath Israel, Grand Concourse at 169th Street. More ▸

  • Musical Faculty Planned at Jerusalem University

    A special committee in New York of which Lazare Saminsky is chairman and Ernest Bloch, Ossip Ga-Gabrielowitsch, Arnold schoenberg, Misha Elman, Joseph Achron and Joseph Yasser are members, have formulated a plan for the organization of a musical faculty at the University of Jerusalem in Palestine. The plan embraces the creation of two departments of… More ▸

  • Omaha Institue

    Dr. Abram L. Sachar, historian, national director of the B’nai B’rith Hilled Foundations, wil conduct an unique Institute of Jewish History tonight, tomorrow and Sunday, at the Omaha Jewish Community Center. A comprehensive picture of Jewish his tory will be presented. More ▸

  • Washington Heights ‘y’ Elects B. F. Schreiber

    Benjamin F. Schreiber was unanimously re-elected president of the Y.M.H.A. and Y.W.H.A. of Washington Heights at the annual meeting of the organization last night. A report of activities of Samuel S. Solender, executive director of the organization, stressed the adult education program conducted through the assistance of CWA, the lecture forum, the psychology clinic and… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Jay Lovestone, “One Year of Hitler Germany”, New Workers School, 51 West 14th Street, 8:30 P.M. More ▸

  • Statistics Published on Jews of Poland

    In 1933 there were ninety-two fever deaths among Warsaw Jewry than there were in 1932, according to vital statistics just released concerning the Jewish population. The figures indicate that last year thirty-four more divorces were granted to Jewish couples than were granted during the preceding year. The number of deaths for 1933 totaled 4,430, as… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Ninth Street Temple, Ninth Street and Sixth Avenue, Brooklyn; Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, on “The Conquest of Faith”; 8 P.M. More ▸