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  • Populaire Demands Carde Resign

    Populaire, leading French Socialist paper, today demanded the resignation of Governor General Jules Carde of Algeria on the ground that he was chiefly responsible for the tragic pogrom in Constantine. Yesterday Populaire charged the government with having deliberately suppressed the news of the riots, alleging they broke out on Thursday, instead of Saturday night, as… More ▸

  • Community Council to Meet

    The executive committee of the Jewish Community Council will meet tomorrow afternoon in the offices of Joseph Feder, council president, to discuss activities for the coming year, including a community charities drive. More ▸

  • Noted Polish Jew Dies

    George Neumann, fifty-five, president of the B’nai B’rith and the Keren Hayesod in Katowice, Poland, and active in Jewish communal affairs there, died today as Carlsbad. More ▸

  • Rabbi Accepts Post

    Rabbi Morton J. Cohn, a graduate of the 1934 class of the Hebrew Union College, has recently accepted the position of Regional Rabbi with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. More ▸

  • Refugees Aid British Trade, Report Finds

    The London Star today reported that the German Jewish refugees who were permitted to enter and settle in England have proven an asset to the country, bringing with them their specialized knowledge of the trades and professions they were engaged in. According to the Star, one German Jew who sold coal in small quantities in… More ▸

  • 14 Students Given Fund Scholarships

    Louis Lion Mintz, one of fourteen students awarded a year’s scholarship in various colleges throughout the country, will enter Yeshiva College in New York City this Fall. The scholarships have been made possible by Max J. and Benjamin Shapiro, New York factors, who established the Shapiro foundation here for the purpose of making college educations… More ▸

  • Called Great Orator

    Judah Philip Benjamin, American-Jewish statesman and lawyer, w# represented Louisiana in the United States Senate from 1856 to 1868, was considered by Charles Sumner to be the most brilliant orator in the country. More ▸

  • Unearth Old Bibles in Rome Cemetery

    Thousands of ancient Hebrew bibles, some of historic importance, dating from the discovery of printing, were found today during excavations for a new street here which forced authorities to destroy an ancient Jewish cemetery. Approached by Jewish leaders, Premier Mussolini at once agreed to the reburial of the bibles with a solemn ceremony, while preserving… More ▸

  • Roosevelt Samples Yiddish Cake on Tour

    One of the first things President Roosevelt did last week when he arrived on American shores after his vacation cruise, was to cut some cake baked especially for him by Mrs. Ben Meyer of this city. On his way to make a speech at Coulee Dam, he and his party were treated to twenty cakes… More ▸

  • Heavens Frown on Nazi Rallies and Washout Completes ‘flops’

    Nazi activities in the Queens hinterlands are being seriously hindered by the weather, weather doubtless controlled by a Jewish Jehovah and part of a supernatural Semitic plot, Friends of the New Germany bewailed yesterday. It appears that what was advertised in advance as a monster outing and jubilee (membership drive rally to unser Nazi bruder)… More ▸