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  • Nazi Securities Unsound, Says Research Man

    The boycott against Nazi Germany must be extended for moral and practical reasons, declared Dr. Max Winkler, research director for the Boycott Committee of the American Jewish Congress. Dr. Winkler was to speak at the Shaare Zedek congregation here tonight under the auspices of the Boycott Committee. Speaking of the moral reason, Professor Winkler described… More ▸

  • Arraigns Group on Repudiating Geneva Session

    Under the heading “Cowardice Could Go No Further!” the magazine Opinion in its current issue expresses uncompromising editorial denunciation of the American Jewish Committee for repudiating the recent World Jewish Conference in Geneva because it deemed the parley unrepresentative of the true sentiments of all Jewry. Placing the organization in the same category as the… More ▸

  • Zionist Groups to Hold Parley in New Rochelle

    A Westchester Zionist Council will be organized at a conference to be held next Wednesday evening at New Rochelle, it was announced here yesterday. Morris Rothenberg, president of the Zionist Organization of America, will be the principal speaker. Invitations to attend have been issued to all Zionist and Jewish groups in Mount Vernon, Yonkers, New… More ▸

  • More Than 1,000 Papers Suppressed by Nazi Rule

    The latest available German figures which can be regarded as official show that 1,031 Reich newspapers have fallen victim to the ruthless press policy of the Nazi government since the rise to power of Adolf Hitler in January, 1933. Not only have the Communist and Socialist organs been suppressed, but also a long list of… More ▸

  • Complete Plans to Bring 250 Children Here

    Arrangements have been completed for emigration to America of 250 German Jewish children, it was announced yesterday by Dr. Solomon Lowenstein, chairman of the German Jewish Children’s Aid Incorporated. The first group of twenty will sail from Germany shortly. Present plans provide that these children who range from six to fifteen years of age, will… More ▸

  • Bralans Has the Honor to Present Georg Bernhard Europe’s Most Distinguished Editor

    For 17 years Editor of the “Vossische Zeitung,” Germanys oldest and most important newspaper. At present Editor of the “Pariser Tageblatt.” One of the most colorful figures of pre-Hitler Germany, Dr. Bernhard played a triple role in her destiny as Journalist, Statesman and Economist. Among the first 33 listed to be deprived of their citizenship… More ▸

  • Former Governor Cox Speaks at Opening of Dayton Fund Drive

    James M. Cox, former Governor of Ohio, and Rabbi Ferdinand Isserman of St. Louis were the principal speakers, together with Rabbi Louis Witt of this city, at the formal opening at the Hotel Biltmore here tonight of a campaign to raise funds to aid German Jews. Tonight’s function, presided over by Joseph Thal, chairman of… More ▸

  • Elect Rabbi Schoenfeld to Heights Center Pulpit

    The Jewish Center of University Heights announces the election of Rabbi Edward Schoenfeld to its pulpit. Rabbi Schoenfeld who is a graduate of New York University and the Jewish Theological Seminary, was formerly the spiritual leader of the Hebrew Institute of Mamaroneck. More ▸

  • Cantor’s Son Radio Singer

    Arthur Murray, “the singing apothecary” of radio station station WNEW, is a former member of the choir at Hackensack Synagogue, where his father was cantor. His real name is Morris Arthur Bernard. More ▸

  • Pioneer Women to Convene

    Chicago members of the Pioneer Women’s Organization are preparing for the organization’s fifth convention, to be held here September 26 to 30. More ▸