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  • Hyman Will Champion United Jewish Appeal in New Haven Speech

    Joseph C. Hyman, secretary of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and honorary secretary of the United Jewish Appeal, will speak at a mass meeting here tonight in the interests of the United Jewish Appeal. The drive in this city, which will be for $25,000, will begin on June 3. The officers are Louis M…. More ▸

  • Now-editorial Notes

    In Response to my open letter to Mayor LaGuardia, published in the Jewish Daily Bulletin of May 13, with regard to the “Mass Demonstration” which is announced as “Der Tag” of the Awakening Germandom in New York and which is organized by Germans and camouflaged as a meeting of German Americans, the Mayor of the… More ▸

  • Austrian Jews Ready to Accept Italian Fascism, Says Tenenblatt

    (M. A. Tenenblatt, author of the following analysis of the following analysis of the Jewish position in Austria, was for sixteen years resident correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency in Vienna. He was expelled from Austria during the Heimwehr suppression of the Social Democrats because his reports did not meet with the approval of the… More ▸

  • Salonica Deluge Ruins 200 Homes

    Two hundred families of the Jewish quarter have been made homeless by hurricanes which flooded 107 tumbledown huts in that part of the city. Furniture from the dwellings was sent floating down the streets by the deluge. The homeless are being provided for in army tents. Ten thousand drachma voted by the government will furnish… More ▸

  • Jews Indignant in Buenos Aires over Radio Use

    Indignation against Chaim Yankelevitch, owner of a network of radio stations, who last July transmitted a speech by Dr. Alfred Rosenberg, Hitler’s adjutant, over his network, has been revived by a circular said to have been published about Yankelevitch by Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels, Nazi Minister of Propaganda. The circular, which appeared in Le Petit… More ▸

  • Jewish Consciousness is Aim of Teachers

    The task of the Jewish teacher and social worker is that of making the Jewish child at home with the Jewish people, declared Dr. Samuel Dinin, registrar of the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary, addressing the closing exercises of the club leaders’ course of the Metropolitan League of Jewish Community Associations and the… More ▸

  • Shop Talk

    Even in this believing world it would be hard to convince anyone that genii and magic still exist, but going into Saks. Thirty-fourth street, that new and charming bil of Paris in New York, will make even the most cynical among us wonder. In six short weeks a miracle has egtg### retaoinshrdlu genii who rubbed… More ▸

  • Teachers of New York in Week-end Parley on War and Fascism

    A conference of teachers in New York elementary, private and high schools will be held over the weekend of May 26-27, according to an announcement from the executive committee of the Teachers’ Anti-War Committee. The conference will discuss war and fascism. Detailed plans have not yet been decided upon, but it is expected that a… More ▸

  • Blue Men Plan Turnout to Protest Nazi Garden Rally

    Plans for a demonstration on Thursday, when Nazis intend to stage their mass meeting at Madison Square Garden, were formed at a meeting of the National Blue Men at Empire Manor, 70 Thatford avenue, Brooklyn. Benjamin Lazare; commander, ordered every available man to turn out on the night of the Nazi conclave, and also issued… More ▸

  • “young Maccabee” Issued

    The May number of the Young Maccabee, a juvenile magazine sponsored by the Hebrew Teachers’ Association, has been issued recently and is on sale at 302 Broadway. More ▸