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  • 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 ▸

  • Two Baltimoreans Seek Congressional Posts

    Two Baltimore Jewish lawyers, both Democrats, aspire to occupy seats in Congress. Claiming 5,000 indorsers of his candidacy, Louis S. Ashman has filed papers at Annapolis definitely putting him in the running for Democratic member of the House of Representatives from the Second Congressional district. A three-cornered primary fight in September among Democratic contenders for… More ▸

  • Dr. Barnes Prophesies Fascist U.S. by 1939

    Dr. Harry Elmer Barnes, in an address before the local Y. M. and Y. W. H A., declared that according to present indications Fascism is inevitable. If the New Deal and President Roosevelt’s policies are not supported Fascism will come within five years, Dr. Barnes said, but added that its sway will be of short… More ▸

  • Polish Jews Plan Action for Defense

    The executive of the Polish Jewish communities today called a special meeting of all Jewish deputies in the Polish Parliament to consider the serious situation created by National Radical anti-Semitic attacks against Jews. All editors of Jewish newspapers were asked to attend the conference. Nara attacks against the Jews in the past few weeks have… More ▸

  • Stutzin, Noted Jewish Medico, is in Santiago

    Dr. Joachim Stutzin, famous Jewish physician from Berlin, has made his home here and begun the practice of medicine in this city. Dr. Stutzin was born in Lithuania and was brought to Germany when he was six years of age. He is a graduate of a German medical school. After the War he became the… More ▸

  • A.J.C. Demands U.S. Delegation Olympics Probe

    In telegraph and cable communications to Avery Brundage, president of the American Olympic Committee, and to William M. Garland, and Brigadier General Charles Sherrill, American members of the International Olympic Committee, the American Jewish Congress yesterday called for an inquiry as to how Dr. Theodor Lewald, German Olympic representative squares his statement that Jews would… More ▸

  • Teachers Great Sufferers in Nazi Despotism

    Among the worst sufferers in the present cataclysm in Germany are the Jewish communal and private teachers. Since the advent of Hitler they are being more and more displaced from their positions not so much by any instigations against them by the Nazis but by the actions of the German Jews themselves. This situation is… More ▸

  • Rabbi Urges Migration of Jews from Europe

    Rabbi Moses Gaster, of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews’ congregations, writing in the Daily Herald today, suggested a loan from the League of Nations for the helping of a wholesale emigration of Jews from Europe to lands either in America or Africa. These territories, he said, are capable of absorbing from three to four million… More ▸