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  • 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 ▸

  • Bulletin Calendar of Events

    Monday, May 28 West Bronx and Washington Heights Women’s Divisions of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League to Champion Human Rights, open meeting; speakers, Dr. Benjamin Jablons, Sol Rubin, Rev. Dr. Edward L. Hunt; Burnside Manor, 71 Burnside avenue, Bronx; evening. Broadcast, Arthur Simon, “The Kashruth Situation”; Station WNYC; 8 p.m. Young People’s League of the United… More ▸

  • Race Hate Impossible in Great Britain, Says Sir Herbert Samuel

    Anti-Semitic intolerance, cruelty and persecution are impossible in Great Britain, declared Sir Herbert Samuel yesterday at a reception tendered him here under the chairmanship of Mayor Meyer Dizengoff. Sir Herbert, who is former High Commissioner of Palestine, is touring the country, being greeted with rousing ovations in all the colonies he visits. A square on… More ▸

  • Press Eulogizes Brod on Birthday

    Max Brod, Jewish novelist, historian, essayist and lyrical dramatist, celebrated his fiftieth birthday here yesterday. The Czechoslovakian press carried many eulogies of the writer. More ▸

  • Newark Temple Center Named for Late Wife of Louis V. Aronson

    Henceforth the social center auditorium of Temple B’nai Abraham will be known as Gertrude Aronson Hall. It was formerly dedicated as such at exercises last night in memory of the late Gertrude D. Aronson, wife of Louis V. Aronson, Newark manufacturer and civic leader. Rabbi Julius Silberfeld, preached a sermon praising Mrs. Aronson’s life. More ▸

  • Czech Province Swept by Wave of Race Hatred

    Race nationalism is growing in the Carpatho-Russian section of Czechoslovakia and energetic action must be taken immediately to stem the tide of anti-Jewish feeling, Dr. Rozsypal, president of the Carpatho-Russian section, declared at a special meeting of Jewish representatives at Uzhodor, Czechoslovakia. Dr. Rozsypal declared that he personally is no longer willing to take responsibility… More ▸