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  • Jack Harris to Wield Baton at Central Park Mall Dancing Tonight

    G. A. Baldini, director of the Concert Division of the city’s musical activities, will present Jack Harris as guest conductor of the Gotham Dance Orchestra this evening on the Central Park Mall. Other dance music for the evening will be played by the University Dance Orchestra under the baton of Sammy Rosenbaum, at Fort Greene… More ▸

  • German Culture

    Teacher: What happened in 1888? Pupil: Adolf Hitler was born in that year. Teacher: And what happened in 1892? Pupil: Der Fuehrer was then four years old. —Die Zeit, London, July 25, 1934. More ▸

  • Polish Bakers Attack Ruling on Old Plants

    The convention of Jewish and non-Jewish bakery owners in Poland, which has been meeting here, closed today after demanding that the government suspend enforcement of a recently-passed law ordering all bakeries in Poland to install mechanical equipment. The convention also asked the government not to permit the opening of any new bakeries in the country… More ▸

  • Sees a ‘violent Crisis’ for Reich if Schacht’s Economic Policies Fail

    If the “orthodox” economic policies of Dr. Hjalmar Schacht, president of the Reichsbank, do not succeed, then Germany will go into some form of “violent economic crisis,” Laird Bell, Chicago attorney, predicted in a talk here before the Milwaukee Bond club. Bell was a representative of the foreign bondholders’ protective council, a quasi – governmental… More ▸

  • Zionists Agree at Jerusalem Parley

    An agreement on current political questions was reached here today at a meeting participated in by representatives of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, the Vaad Leumi, the Jewish National Council of Palestine, and the political inquiry commission appointed by the Actions Committee of the World Zionist Organization in Jerusalem last March. Among the speakers at… More ▸

  • Strike is Settled by Rabbi on Board

    Through the tireless efforts of Rabbi Albert I. Gordon, impartial chairman of the laundering, cleaning and dyeing industry arbitration board here, a complete agreement between employers and employees to settle their disputes was reached. The agreement, affecting a large number of Jewish employers as well as employees, becomes effective, September 1, through an order of… More ▸

  • Bulletin Calendar of Events

    Tuesday, August 14 Special East Side session of the Jewish Court of Arbitration. 6,000th case to be called, at Great Central Palace, 96 Clinton street, 5 p. m. “Save Charter Revision,” radio talk by James Marshall. Station WEVD; 8 p. m. Free Russian concerts by well known artists at Labor Temple Institute, Broome and Ridge… More ▸

  • New Ruling Benefits Naturalized Citizens

    New Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization instructions to discontinue the practice of including the race of the applicant in the certificate of naturalization will benefit the naturalized citizen traveling abroad, the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society, 425 Lafayette street, announced yesterday. The Bureau found that there is no law requiring that the certificate state… More ▸

  • Arab Killed As Raid on Colony is Foiled by Palestine Police

    One Arab was killed last night and two managed to make good their escape when police fired on the trio, who had attempted to attack the Jewish colony Tel Adashim in the Emek Israel. The slain Arab was fully armed and the three had evidently planned to carry out a daring raid on the colony. More ▸

  • Fascism Breeds War Spirit, Pastor Tells League Session

    “The entire spirit of Fascism is one of warlike preparedness,” declared the Rev. Kenneth Kingston at a meeting of the League Against War and Fascism here. “If war is to be avoided, this autocratic system of black shirts, silver shirts, dirty shirts and other types of Fascisti must be eliminated. Only a repudiation of Fascism… More ▸