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  • Vilno Jews Oppose Use of Cemetery for Games

    The Haint, Warsaw Jewish daily, reported today that the Vilno Jewish community is up in arms against the proposal of the local military authorities to convert the historic Jewish cemetery there into an athletic field. Jewish leaders are exerting every effort to have the decision set aside. Aside from the sacrilege involved in the destruction… More ▸

  • Rents High in Jerusalem

    Increasing rates of rentals in the new Jewish suburbs of Jerusalem are forcing many Jewish tenants to take up residence once more in neglected portions of the walled Old City, and many families are going back there. More ▸

  • Bernhard Lampoons Persecution Illusion

    The illusion that the Jewish persecution in Germany will gradually diminish is ridiculed here by the Pariser Tageblatt, German language paper published in Paris and edited by GeorgBernhard. Streesing that Hitler is determined to completely annihilate the German Jewish population, the Tageblatt quotes as proof an article in this week’s Deutsche Wochenschau, an important Nazi… More ▸

  • Saturday, January 27th

    Temple Rodolph Sholom, 7 West 83rd Street; Rabbi Louis I. Newman, on “Mariamme of Judea and Mary of Scotland; Two Martyred Queens and History’s Verdict”; 10:15 A.M. More ▸

  • Reelect Mrs. Lippman Head of Bronx Hospital Auxiliary

    Mrs. I. W. Lippman was reelected president of the ladies’ auxiliary of the Bronx Hospital at its twenty third annual meeting. Mrs. Irving Smiley presided at installation ceremonies. Other incoming officers are Mrs. L.M. Blumstein and Mrs. Alexander Goldman, honorary presidents; Mrs. Sam Minskoff, Mrs. Alexander Solkin, Mrs. Clara Rosenbluth. Mrs Robert Benenson, Mrs. Wm…. More ▸

  • Southern Congregation Marks Building’s Silver Birthday

    The twenty-fifth anniversary of the crection of the present Congregation B’nai Brith Jacob edifice, will be celebrated on Monday evening, January 29, with a banquet and a dance. Rabbi Morris Max is spiritual leader of hte congregation, a fortress of local Jewish orthodoxy, which traces its organization back to 1864 and even earlier. More ▸

  • Nazis Put Clamp on German Jews’ Efforts to Enter New Trades

    The group opposed to Premier Tsaldaris created an uproar in parliament today when Deputy Apostold exclaimed that the Jews are foreigners in Greece. In reply to this accusation Premier Tsaldaris said that the Jews were entitled to the same rights as Greeks, stressing the fact that the Jews are peaceful and loyal citizens. The Premier’s… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Congressman Samuel Dickstein speaks on “Nazi Activities in America” at German Jewish Congregation, Lexington Avenue and 55th Street. 8:30 P.M. More ▸

  • Seidel Recital

    In his first New York recital of the season, on Feb. 22, Toscha Seidel, well known violinist, will play under the auspices of the Peoples’ Ort Federation at the Town Hall. This recital will be Mr. Seidel’s contribution to th eOrt for its works on behalf of Jewry in Germany and charge of the affair… More ▸

  • Remains of Lost Ages Are Found in Palestine

    Dr. Nelson Glueck, professor in the American School of Oriental Research and faulty member of the Hebrew Unio college, addressing the Cloassical and Semitic Clubs of Yale University, announced that traces of the culture of prehistoric man has been recently discovered in Palestine. Dr. Glueck leaves this country shortly to join another expedition which will… More ▸