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  • Personal Service Group Meets in San Diego

    The thirteenth annual conference of the California Committee of Personal Service was held at Temple Beth Israel. Rabbi Cerf Straus opened the conference with a prayer, followed by Rabbi Rudolph Coffee, of Oakland, president of the organization and the local district attorney, Thomas W. Whelan. The following attended the conference: Rabbi Irving F. Reichert, Temple… More ▸

  • Jewish Review Sold

    The Jewish Review, established in 1923, a weekly publication, was sold by Rabbi H. Cerf Straus, its editor and publisher, to H. P. Nerwich. More ▸

  • Hadassah of Canada Pushes Palestine Work

    The second building of the Agricultural School for Girls at Nahala, Palestine, will be opened this spring by Lady Samuel and will be named the Freiman Wing in honor of Mrs. A. J. Freiman of Ottawa, president of the Hadassah Organization of Canada. The funds for the second building were raised by Canadian Hadassah as… More ▸

  • Universities Hail Magnes at Big Reception

    With representatives of leading American universities greeting him as head of the only university in Palestine, Dr. Judah L. Magnes announced last night that twenty German refugee scholars will be added to the faculty of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. More than 2,000 people attended the reception to Dr. Magnes, chancellor of the university, which… More ▸

  • Mosley’s Anti-semitism Now Beyond Doubt, Says News Chronicle Writer

    “Mosley is now against the Jews!” exclaims the News Chronicle “Political Correspondent,” in an article endeavoring to show by quotations from “Fascist Week” issued by Sir Oswald Mosley’s Fascists that the latter at last frankly acknowledge their anti-Semitism. The writer also speaks of “Mosley’s recent hints that anti-Semitism is an important plank in this platform.”… More ▸

  • Aba Achimeier Freed in Arlosoroff Murder

    Judge Carrie Denies Motion to Release Two Others Aba Achimeier, Zionist Revisionist leader, accused by Palestine police of having inspired the murder of Dr. Chaim Arlosoroff, Laborite leader, was freed today by order of the court. Following the conclusion of the prosecution’s case against Achimeier and his colleagues, Abraham Stavsky and Zvi Rosenblatt, at 5… More ▸

  • London ‘house of Rothschild’ to Aid German Refugees

    The fund for German Jewish women and children will be one of the two charitable organizations to benefit from the gala premiere of the 20th Century production, “The House of Rothschild,” at its London opening at the Tivoli Theatre on May 24. More ▸

  • Menasze Unger Arrives

    Menasze Unger, Jewish publicist, was among the 250 passengers who arrived yesterday on the Gdynia-America liner Kosciuszko. More ▸

  • Ten Thousand to Take Part in ‘no More War’ Parade on Saturday

    Ten thousand people are expected to take part in a peace parade and demonstration to be held next Saturday afternoon as part of the Good-Will Week celebration, according to an announcement by Frank Imstead, grand marshal of the “Not More War Parade,” committee. Among the sponsor of the parade, representing hundreds of peace, religious and… More ▸

  • Plea Made in Drive for $500,000 to Help Brooklyn Federation

    An appeal for support of the current $500,000 twenty-fifth anniversary drive of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities on behalf of its twenty-fifth constituent societies was voiced last night by County Judge Algernon I. Nova, chairman. The federation, Judge Nova pointed out, includes two Brooklyn hospitals, an orphanage, a family welfare agency, six Talmud Torahs,… More ▸