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  • Jersey Vet Leader Honored at Dinner by Gov’t Officials

    M. Metz Cohn, New Jersey State commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, was guest of honor at a testimonial dinner at the V.F.W. home here. City, state, and national officials in governmental professional, and V.F.W. work feted the first Jewish commander of the Sate of New Jersey. Commander Cohn’s one-year term expires next month…. More ▸

  • Hamburg Pictured Dying of Boycott

    The Jewish anti-Nazi boycott has robbed Hamburg of her export trade and is reducing the town to a “graveyard among cities” with a revival of wartime scenes of suffering, a special correspondent for the Daily Express wrote today. The 1933 daily average of thirty ships entering and thirty leaving the port has now been reduced… More ▸

  • Chiseling Ended As 8 Enforce New Code; Check Fowl Squawks

    Each action of each chicken in New York City, from the time it arrived here in the railroad cars to the time it was sold to the retail stands and butcher shops, was watched carefully by eight hawkeyed special investigators for Supervisor Leroy Peterson yesterday, the first day of operation of the Code of Fair… More ▸

  • Jewish Bodies Unite in Reich to Aid Crippled

    Organizations whose object it is to aid Jewish crippled with advice and financial assistance have coordinated their work. A new unified group called “Self-Help Group of Jewish Cripples” will provide treatment for the disabled, prepare programs for their cultural training and provide an opportunity for a “mutual exchange of ideas.” A statement issued by the… More ▸

  • Bigotry Grows in Depression, Rabbi Declares

    The relation between economic maladjustment and race hatred was described by Rabbi Israel Goldstein of Congregation B’nai Jeshurun yesterday afternoon at the ninth of a series of fourteen world peace meetings being conducted by the World Fellowship of Faiths at the Hotel New Yorker. “Those who ascribe racial conflicts to the limitations of human nature,”… More ▸

  • Sidney Brody Elected to Medical Fraternity

    Sidney Brody, of this town, has been elected president of the Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Mr. Brody is a sophomore at the college of medicine. More ▸

  • Brooklyn Jews Plan Joint Appeal Drive

    The Jewish communities of Sea Gate, Coney Island and Brighton Beach have coordinated their activities on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal for German-Jewish relief and will have a joint dinner launching their drive on Wednesday evening, May 23, at the Half Moon Hotel, Coney Island, it has been announced by Dr. Leon S. Kaiser,… More ▸

  • Slants on Sports

    Tammany Young, One-Eyed Connolly, and your sports commentater met the other night behind one of those places where, despite repeal, you have to knock three times in order to get in. (In case any of the boys are interested, the joint is up on Fifty-second street. All you have to do is rap out the… More ▸

  • Westchester Calls Youth Conference

    A special committee of ten named by twenty-four youth organizations to formulate plans for a Central Youth Conference today called for an awakening by all Jewish young men and women to problems of the day. A report to be submitted by the committee at a youth mass meeting Sunday night in the Young Men’s Hebrew… More ▸