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  • German Woolworth Firm Boasts of Effort to Spur Reich Exports

    Woolworth gehort seit Jahrzehnten zu den grobten Exporteuren deulscher Ware; so wurden in den auslandischen Woolworth-Laden in den Jabren 1929, 1930 und 1931 Obwohl der deutsche Export durch das Absinken der-amerikanischen und englischen Wahrung in letzter Zeit wesentlich zuruckgegangen. ist, ist die Firma bestrebt. ihn standig so hoch als irgend moglich zu halten. In den… More ▸

  • British Colonial Sec’y Wires His Sympathies

    In a statement to the House of Commons today, Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister, British Secretary of State for Colonies, declared that he had received a telegram from High Commissioner Sir Arthur Grenfell Wauchope stating that nineteen are dead as a result of the cloudburst at Tiberias and that an unknown number are missing. Sir Arthur also… More ▸

  • Jews Among Nazis Makes Paper Weep

    The Voelkischer Beobachter, leading Nazi paper, discussing Nazi party activities, yesterday complained bitterly that it was almost impossible to keep descendants of Jews out of the party. The Beobachter bemoaned the fact that the old Liberalist state, which had paid no attention to racial purity, had permitted such a mixture of blood that many of… More ▸

  • Plight of Jews in Saar Region Studied by League Committee

    A memorandum on the Jewish position in the Saar plebiscite area was considered here today at a closed meeting of the committee appointed by the League of Nations to prepare the Saar plebiscite. Baron Pompeo Aloisi of Italy presided at the committee meeting. The memorandum, which was submitted by the Committee of Jewish Delegations of… More ▸

  • African Colony Refuge for Jews Says Sawmelle

    South-West Africa, former German colony, and now under the mandate of the Union of South Africa, was advocated as a haven for “the millions of declassee Christians in Germany, for those who have inherited a minimum share of Jewish blood in their veins and are being therefore humiliated and persecuted by the Nazis” by Michael… More ▸

  • $450,000 Suit by Yeast Firm Up Tomorrow

    Supreme Court Justice Edward J. Byrne, sitting in Special Term Part 3, Brooklyn, announced yesterday that Certified Yeast Corporation’s suit for $450,000 against Jewish Baker’s Voice, Inc., and others, will be continued tomorrow evening. The case was originally scheduled for yesterday morning but because another case took more time than was originally anticipated, Justice Byrne… More ▸

  • Suspended Sentences for 2 Participants in Anti-nazi Disturbance

    Two anti-Nazi demonstrators arrested April 20, charged with participating in a fist fight and with causing a crowd to collect following a Nazi meeting at Schwaben Hall, Bleecker street and Knicker avenue, were given suspended sentences by Magistrate George H. Fowler of Gates Avenue Magistrates Court in Brooklyn yesterday. The men are Rudolph Jurkowich and… More ▸

  • Federation Youngsters Will Bid for Support of Children’s Revue

    Childish voices will be raised before children on behalf of charity in numerous Sunday schools in Brooklyn next Sunday when members of the executive committee of Federation Town, a “municipality” of youngsters conducted under the auspices of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, Women’s Division, are to make appeals for support of a “Children’s Revue”… More ▸

  • Critical Moments

    Sylvia Sidney, one of the more animated actresses from Hollywood, finds herself busily engaged in a thing called “Thirty Day Princess” which Paramount made and which is being shown this week at both the New York and Brooklyn Paramount Theatres. In this rather amusing film which was adapted from a story by Clarence Budington Kelland… More ▸

  • Treatment of Jews a Nation’s Index of Civilization-lewisohn

    Taking as his theme “The World Jewish Problem,” Ludwig Lewisohn, American Jewish author who has returned to this country after a self-imposed exile to France, addressed a packed City Hall auditorium here last night. Speaking under the auspices of the Joseph Frank lodge of the B’nai B’rith, Mr. Lewisohn was introduced by Maurice Samuel, who… More ▸