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  • Conversion Drive is Launched by Catholic Group in Austria

    The impoverishment of Austrian Jewry is being used by Catholic missionaries for an intensive campaign to convert Jews to Catholicism, it was disclosed today. A special association for the conversion of Jews has been formed in Vienna with the direct approval of Ralph Cardinal Innitzer. The group, known as “Pauluswerk,” has its own paper which… More ▸

  • Movie Trade Drop Alarms Nazi Aides

    “Germany is becoming alarmed over the lack of success, both at home and abroad, achieved by her films since the cinema industry came under the control of the Nazi movement,” reports the Nottingham Guardian. The Guardian attributes the decrease in popularity of Nazi films to the fact that “the departure from Germany of scores of… More ▸

  • Ccc Youths to Receive High Holiday Hospitality

    Two hundred Jewish youths in Washington’s Civilian Conservation Corps camps will enjoy the Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur hospitality of the Jewish communities of Seattle and Spokane. It is planned to lodge and feed thirty CCC boys scheduled to arrive here on furlough this Sunday to observe Rosh Hashonah. Free seats will be provided them… More ▸

  • Bulletin Calendar of Events

    Thursday, Sept. 6 Rally, Youth Section, American League Against War and Fascism, New York section; Star Casino. 105 East 107th street; evening. Theodor Herzl Society; meeting, Y. M. H. A., Lexington avenue and Ninety-second street; 8:30 p. m. Jewish Women’s Hour; Radio Station WBNX; 1:30 p. m. West Side Anti-Nazi Committee, meeting and discussion, “Fascism… More ▸

  • Midwest Rabbis Named As Ministers to Jews in Illinois Institutions

    Under the auspices of the Chicago Rabbinical Association, Rabbi G. George Fox has been appointed chairman of a committee on State Religious Activities, to administer to the religious needs of Jewish inmates in various state institutions. He recently visited these institutions and apportioned the work of religious ministration among a number of rabbis. Rabbi David… More ▸

  • Detroit Abend Post Attacks Judge Kross

    An editorial in the Detroiter Abend Post, local daily German newspaper, points to a reversal of this paper’s previous policy of neutrality on the issue of Nazism. In an editorial entitled “Who soweth the wind . . .” the Detroit German paper attacks what it calls dual justice, stating that Jewish judges mete out light… More ▸

  • Plan to Bring Children Here

    during their stay in this country, enjoys the cooperation of a number of Jewish organizations, among them the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress and its Women’s Division, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; the Child Placement Executive Group of the National Conference of Jewish Social Service, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), Independent… More ▸

  • Rumania Shuts Lid on Influx of Nazi Literature

    Importation and translation of anti-Semitic literature from Nazi Germany, including Reichsfuehrer Adolf Hitler’s biography, “Mein Kampf,” was prohibited today by the Rumanian government. Rumanian authorities, realizing the spread of Hitlerism among the large number of Germans living in Rumania, recently dissolved the Rumanian Nazi organizations and declared them illegal. In certain sections of Rumania, Germans… More ▸

  • Many Faiths Plan to Observe Celebration of Holy Day Rites

    A celebration of the Jewish New Year by adherents of various other religions will be held next Tuesday night at 8:15 o’clock at Grace Episcopal Church, Broadway and Tenth street, under the auspices of the World Fellowship of Faiths, it was announced yesterday. Observance of Rosh Hashonah by non-Jews was inaugurated in New York by… More ▸