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  • Famous German Singer Exiles Self in America

    Mme. Violette de Struzzi, a leading German soprano until she became known as “the wife of a Jew,” arrived in New York Friday on the Hamburg-American liner New York with her husband, Dr. Curt Engelmann, formerly chief surgeon at the Urban Hospital, Berlin, and her daughter, Diana de Struzzi, 15. After the rise of anti-Semitic… More ▸

  • Mrs. N. Samuelson, 62, Killed by Bus

    Funeral services were held Friday for Mrs. Nettie Samuelson, wife of Isaac Samuelson, of New York City and Asbury Park, N. J., at the Riverside Memorial Chauel. Burial followed at the Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Cypress Hills. Rabbis Isidor Frank and Clifton Levy of New York and Barnet Elzas of Long Branch officiated. Mrs. Samuelson, who… More ▸

  • Youth Revisionist Head Urges Jews Unite in Palestine Plans

    Deprecating the fact that to the Jews of this country the Zionist movement seems to be in a chaotic state, M. Joseph Beer, president of the Youth Zionist Revisionist Organization of America, in an address over radio station WARD warned Jewry that there is at present no middle road to be taken in their individual… More ▸

  • Now-editorial Notes

    On this, the ninth day of Ab, Jews are observing the Fast of Tisha B’Ab, in commemoration of the destruction of the First and Second Temples. Israel’s glorious past as a nation, in its own land, is recalled, and Jeremiah’s stirring Lamentations are chanted. The enemies of Israel succeeded in humbling and defeating the Jewish… More ▸

  • Nra Scored by Ilgwu Unit

    Vigorous criticism of the NRA from the radical labor standpoint, as well as a general program for trade unionism to avoid its perils and reap any advantages possible under it, are contained in a new pamphlet just published by Dressmakers Union Local 22, I.L.G.W.U., under the title, “The Labor Movement and the NRA.” More ▸

  • Schumacker Receives 2 Toronto Scholarships

    S. C. Schumacker of 74 Brunswick avenue was awarded the James Branston Willmott scholarship and the War Memorial Scholarship of the Alumni Federation of the University of Toronto. Schumacker led his third year class in dentistry. He is active in the Jewish community. More ▸

  • Seven Hebrew Charities May Gain from Will

    Seven charitable Hebrew organizations may eventually receive the residuary estate of Isaac Alkus who died on July 15 leaving an estate estimated at “more than $10,000.” In his will dated April 7, 1933, Mr. Alkus bequeatehd to his widow, Dorothy A. Alkus of 40 East Eighty-third street, all personal effects, a life estate in his… More ▸

  • Rabbi Will Address German-americans in Good-will Gesture

    Desiring to counteract any ill-feeling that may have arisen as the result of a speech made here recently by the German consul from Pittsburgh, the German American league will have as guest speakers Monday evening at a meeting in the Maennerchor music room Rabbi Max C. Currick of Anshe Hesed Temple and Attorney Isadore Sobel,… More ▸

  • Leaders to Speak at Memorial

    Jewish leaders of this city will speak at a memorial meeting Monday night in the Jewish Community Center in memory of the late Chaim Nachman Bialik. Contor Gedalia Schensmed of Beth Israel Synagogue, Philadelphia, will officiate. More ▸

  • Block Reappointed to N. J. State Board

    Governor Moore today announced the reappointment of Benjamin Block of Elizabeth as a member of the State Board of Optometrists. Attorney General David Wilentz has announced the appointment of George Kesselhaut, Newark lawyer, as one of his assistants. Kesselhaut has been active in B’nai B’rith endeavor. More ▸