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  • Trade Fair to Indicate Markets for Products Not German-made

    An International Trade Fair, which will offer a guide to the products of American industry and other nations, except that of Germany, designed chiefly for those refusing to deal in Nazi-made merchandise, will be held at the Grand Central Palace during the week of October 22 to 27, the American Jewish Congress which initiated the… More ▸

  • Confronted by Deficit, Baltimore ‘y’ Decides to Extend Its Drive

    In an effort to reach the goal of $20,000, the campaign of the Young Men’s and Young Women’s Hebrew Association has been extended indefinitely with donations thus far $63,000 short of the desired amount. Unless the amount is raised, it is said, the “Y” will be compelled to close. The Young Men’s Christian Association also… More ▸

  • Throngs Join Nara Murder Victim’s Rite

    Huge crowds of fellow-workers yesterday followed the funeral cortege of Mendel Lubinski, the Jewish weaver who died in a hospital Wednesday of knife wounds received when he was attacked; with other Jewish workers, by a group of National Radical anti-Semites inflamed by an election speech given by a priest. Lubinski’s funeral was an imposing demonstration… More ▸

  • 2,000 Parade As Vets Mark Memorial Day

    Marching up Park avenue with chromium helmets gleaming in the sun, 2,000 Jewish War Veterans paraded to the Park Avenue Synagogue from Temple Emanu-El, Sixty-fifth street and Fifth avenue, yesterday to hold Memorial Day ceremonies. Hundreds of by-standers lined the streets as forty-eight United States and twenty Canadian posts of the Jewish War Veterans, in… More ▸

  • Anniversary of Hospital is Celebrated

    Beth Israel Hospital, one of Newark’s leading communal institutions, observed its thirty-second anniversary with a dinner attended by nearly 1,000 representative citizens. Guests of honor were Michael Hollander, Louis Bamberger and A. J. Diamond. Tribute was paid to the late Felix Fuld, merchant and philanthropist. A testimonial scroll signed by 300 physicians was presented to… More ▸

  • Nationalism in Jewish Life Asked by Dinin

    Dr. Samuel Dinin of the New York Teachers Institute today demanded that nationalism rather than religion be made the “integrating factor” in modern Jewish life. Dr. Dinin spoke at a joint session of three Jewish social service and education associations, at the Hotel St. Charles. “What we must do,” declared Dr. Dinin, “is cultivate together… More ▸

  • League Asks U.S. Censure of Nazi Evils

    A clear and concise protest by the United States Government against persecution by the Nazi regime in Germany was demanded in a resolution adopted by the Women’s International League of Peace and Freedom at its national convention here yesterday. The resolution asked that the government protest against concentration camps, deprivation of women’s rights and other… More ▸

  • He’ll Pay Call on Cummings, Koelble Says

    On the heels of Samuel Dickstein’s one-man investigation of Nazi activities here yesterday, Alphonse G. Koelble, self-styled counsel for the Friends of the New Germany, told reporters he is planning a Washington trip tomorrow to ask Attorney General Homer Cummings to prosecute the parties “promoting” the boycott of German goods. Koelble, whose law offices are… More ▸

  • Gives Tuskegee Benediction

    Rabbi Eugene Blachschleger of Temple Beth-Or, Montgomery, gave the benediction at the graduation exercises of the Tuskegee Institute here. Over 5,000 persons attended. More ▸

  • Naras and Socialists in Frequent Clashes

    Clashes between National Radicals and members of the Polish Socialist Party have been frequent during the past few days, the Folkszeitung, a Socialist (Bundist) newspaper reported yesterday. Most of the altercations occurred when the Socialists attempted to disturb Nara meetings in progress in workers’ districts. More ▸