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  • Now-editorial Notes

    The open letter addressed to patriotic German Americans by Samuel Untermyer, president of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League To Champion Human Rights, is a dignified and impressive appeal to their Americanism and a fair warning not to permit themselves to be misled and misrepresented by Nazi agents and propagandists in various disguises. The letter points out… More ▸

  • Chicago Clerics Favor Boycott of Reich Goods

    Leading Protestant ministers of Chicago announced they would co-operate to their fullest ability with the boycott against German – made goods now being carried on by the Chicago Committee for the Defense of Human Rights Against Nazism, of which Dr. Paul Hutchinson, managing editor of the Christian Century, is president, and Salmon O. Levinson, chairman…. More ▸

  • Goebbels Talk Attacked on Air by Boycott Head

    Samuel Untermyer yesterday answered over Station WOR the international broadcast of Propaganda Minister Goebbels carried to the United States on May 11. Untermyer, quoting at length Goebbels charges against the Jews for boycotting Germany, declared that the propaganda minister’s speech was part of a campaign against Jewry for which $32,000,000 has been appropriated for this… More ▸

  • Sylvia Sidney Decision Pleases Bialy Stokers

    Sylvia Sidney, in “Thirty Day Princess,” gets her first opportunity to wear “gorgeous gowns,” according to her statement over the air in an interview. The local Bialystoker Society is happy and foresees happy days ahead. In the past, all of Miss Sidney’s slightly-worn gowns were sent to relatives here. The relatives, unable to use the… More ▸

  • Meeting Will Protest Counter Boycott Move

    The Emergency Defense Committee will hold a meeting of protest against Nazi and Fascist propaganda as well as against “subversive counter boycott activities of the Friends of the New Germany and the Dawa” tomorrow evening at York avenue and Eighty-fifth street, according to an announcement issued from the organization offices at 60 East Forty-second street. More ▸

  • Planned ‘economy in Thinking’ Only Nazi Achievement-mann

    That a planned “Economy in Thinking” is the only kind of achievement the Hitler regime has brought to Germany is the conclusion reached by Heinrich Mann in a symposium on the accomplishments of the Nazis, just published in the Revue des Vivants of Paris. “As to their original purpose, the establishment of a planned economy… More ▸

  • Four Hebrew Teachers End B’klyn Strike

    The strike of the four teachers at the Torah M’Zion Yeshivah, 623 Stone avenue, Brooklyn, which was called May 5, has been settled amicably and the teachers have been in the classrooms since Sunday, it was announced yesterday by the teachers. Following several abortive attempts to arbitrate the difference between the Hebrew teachers and the… More ▸

  • Detroit $175,000 Drive Will Be Opened May 27

    Kurt Peiser, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit, announces that the $175,000 Allied Jewish Campaign will officially open with a dinner on the evening of May 27 at Hotel Statler Judge Joseph M. Proskauer of New York will be the principal speaker. Eight local agencies and 17 national and international movements are… More ▸

  • 1,000 Attend Meeting of Junior Charities

    One thousand young people in the junior division of the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies, who last night convened for their twelfth annual meeting at Temple Emanuel, heard M. Maldwin Fertig’s address on “The Obligation of Youth in Philanthropy.” Paul Felix Warburg, trustee of the federation, presented honorary, awards and the Sicher… More ▸

  • Tag Day June 19

    The annual tag day of the Daughters of Miriam home for the aged and orphans will be held June 19. Mrs. Edward Bloom and Mrs. Sender Federbush are in charge. More ▸