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  • 70 Arabs Jailed in Algerian Riots

    Seventy Arabs implicated in the bloody two-day pogrom in the Jewish quarter last week were today sentenced to from two to three years in Jail. Approximately 150 Arab rioters are under arrest awaiting trial for participation in the outbreaks. Twenty-three Jews were murdered in the attack, including a number of women and children. Unofficial estimates… More ▸

  • Newark Jews Dedicate Orthodox Synagogue

    Several hundred Orthodox Jews yesterday attended the dedication of the new synagogue, Beth Hamedresh Hagodol, at Bergen street and Watson avenue. Speakers included Rabbi Jacob Mendelson, spiritual leader of the congregation; his son, Rabbi Nathan Mendelson, cantor; and Rabbis Kalman Kellner of Passaic; Emanuel Lifschitz of West New York, Bernard Birstein of New York City,… More ▸

  • Nazis Spout Dogma in Jungles of Honduras, Traveler Finds

    Pride, dignity, strength, an end to wailing and cringing. A united world Jewry as an actuality rather than a mere catch-phrase. A Palestine serving the three-fold purpose of offering victims of hatred a place of sanctuary; of proving that Jews can build as well as enjoy the fruits of others’ labors; and of giving them… More ▸

  • Mgr. Lavelle Backs Clean Movie Drive

    Adding his support to the drive for clean movies, Mgr. Michael J. Lavelle, vicar general of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, urges loyalty to the program of the League for Decency in an article in the August issue of the Cathedral Bulletin out yesterday. European reaction to the American effort to purify the… More ▸

  • Arabs Use Swastika in Fight for Trade of Jews in Holy Land

    Arabic posters with the swastika prominently displayed and advocating a boycott of all Jewish stores have suddenly appeared in Arab shop windows in Jerusalem and Haifa. At the same time walls in the two cities were placarded with the Arabic swastika posters. The anti-Jewish boycott movement, believed to be inspired by the Nazis, has as… More ▸

  • Polish Endek Leaders Sent to Prison Camp

    Felix Cieslinski, Endek anti-Semite youth leader, arrested with other Endeks after they attacked a Jewish cafe and wounded a number of Jewish patrons here, was sent to the concentration camp at Bereza today. The Pilsudski regime set up concentration camps for enemies of the government. A number of anti-Semites were sent to the camp, but… More ▸

  • Carde Gives Report to French Cabinet

    Governor General Jules Carde, of Algeria, who flew here from Constantine, today made an official report on the Constantine pogroms and the measures taken by the authorities to end them, to the full French cabinet. No communique as to the nature of the Governor General’s report was issued by the government. More ▸

  • Heroism of German Jewish Soldiers in World War Listed

    A special edition of the Schield, organ of the German Association of Front Soldiers, will be issued soon, dedicated to the German Jews who fell in the World War, the Association announced. The special war issue, by means of letters from Jewish front soldiers, memoirs and historical documents, will once more show with what enthusiasm… More ▸

  • Arab Division Seen As Aiding Jewish Cause

    Near East and India points out in its current issue that it is fortunate that the Arabs at the moment are too occupied with their own disagreements to make capital out of the freeing of Abraham Stavsky. The article points out that “there is a lull in the normal conditions of Palestine, which are associated… More ▸

  • Trial Date Set for Two Held in Fleece Quiz

    Beard John Dupree of 22 East Thirty-eighth street, a tax attorney, and Martin Ira Phillips of 844 East Forty-eighth street, a public accountant, accused of conspiring illegally to obtain $500 from the father of a Jewish pre-medical student, will be tried on August 22 in the First District Magistrate’s Court. The men are now free… More ▸