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  • Nazis Poise Guillotine over Neck of C.k. Froehlich, Da Wa Chief

    A nice new set of greased skids, the Jewish Daily Bulletin learned on the best possible authority yesterday, is in place for C. K. Froehlich, erstwhile power in Greater New York’s Nazidom by dint of his presidencies of the German-American Conference, the United German Societies and the DAWA, which was organized for the purpose of… More ▸

  • Sokolow Spending Month in Palestine

    Dr. Nahum Sokolow, who arrived here this morning, will remain in Palestine for one month before proceeding to Europe. He has been given a special office in the Jewish Agency Executive building at Rehavia, and will confer with the Executive on the present situation within the Zionist movement and also on matters affecting Palestine. Dr…. More ▸

  • Cuzists Beaten in Bessarabian Attack Attempt

    A large number of Cuzist anti-Semites were injured last night, when they attempted a mass attack on the Jewish quarter, in Botosani in the province of Bessarabia. The attackers, followers of the notorious Rumanian anti-Semite, Professor Alexander Cuza, head of an anti-Semitic political coalition, held a mass meeting in the town which was attended by… More ▸

  • Five Years Ago in the Jewish Daily Bulletin

    The new Austrian Chancellor, Herr Schober, at a press reception told a Jewish Telegraphic Agency reporter that during his chancellorship there would be no infringement on Jewish rights. More ▸

  • Invite Jews to Aid New Peace Crusade

    A nation-wide peace crusade, in which Catholic and Jewish support would be “heartily welcomed,” is being launched by the Executive Committee of the Federal Council of Churches, it was announced yesterday. The plan adopted by the Federal Council calls for the holding of local conferences on the churches and world peace during October, November and… More ▸

  • Question of Jew in Trade Body Vexes Salesmen

    The compulsory organization for traveling salesmen and produce brokers which the German government of Fuehrer Hitler intends to establish, will presumably have to accept Jewish members, says the Handels-Pionier. The trade paper adds that in some quarters the view has been expressed that the voluntary organization of traveling salesmen and produce brokers is planning to… More ▸

  • College Opens for Fall

    The Fall convention of the College of Jewish Studies was held yesterday. Rabbi Samuel Schwartz, rabbi of Washington Boulevard Temple, discussed his reactions as a Jew to the impressions he received during his recent visit to Europe and Palestine. More ▸

  • Jewish Current News Resumes Publication for the School Year 1934-1935

    “I have recommended the use of Jewish Current Events in the Center School and shall foe glad to advance its cause elsewhere” —Rabbi Leo Jung, The Jewish Center, New York. The high standard of reporting, the complete news service written in a simple concise style, the interesting stories and contests presented last year, will again… More ▸

  • Theodor Herzl Society Will Hear Herrmann

    Leo Herrmann, of the Keren Hayesod and Zionist Organization in Palestine, will be guest speaker at the meeting of the Theodor Herzl Society on Thursday night at the Y.M.H.A. building, Ninety-second street and Lexington avenue. Mr. Herrmann, a former member of the Zionist Executive and one of the original founders of the “Prager Schule,” will… More ▸

  • Led Galician Jews

    Simon Schreiber, Austrian rabbi of the last century, was the foremost leader of the orthodox Jews of Galicia. More ▸