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    A disavowal of Zionism and of Palestine work was made by a group of Liberal Jews in Germany in a statement published as a full page advertisement in various German newspapers. The statement bore the signatures of Herr Wolff, president of the Federation of Jewish Communities in Prussia and Dr. Weiss, vice-president of the Berlin… More ▸

  • Greenberg Homers—in Vain

    What the only Jewish baseball player in the World Series did yesterday: AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI PO A E 4 2 2 0 0 1 1 8 1 1 Hank Greenberg, the only Jewish baseball player in the World Series this year and star first baseman of the Detroit Tigers, blew up… More ▸

  • Deny Zionists Refused Offer of Council Talk

    Reports current in New York that the World Zionist Executive body refused an invitation to confer with officials of the Colonial Office on the proposed Palestine legislative council are baseless in fact, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency learned today from an unusually reliable source. According to the published reports, the Zionist Executive received an invitation from… More ▸

  • Women Are Urged to Fight Prejudice

    Presbyterian women were called upon by Mrs. E. H. Silverthorn of Philadelphia at a convention here to broadcast findings of anthropologists and ethnologists who have proven the non-existence of race superiority. Mrs. Silverthorn, general director of the Preshyterian board of education, made her plea at the fifth World Fellowship institute being held here. More ▸

  • Danzig Nazis Firmly Dug In; Jews Lose Jobs

    Nazi extremists in the Free City, anxious to emulate their colleagues in Germany, have gained the upper hand in the municipal government. The result has been a mounting wave of anti-Semitism and outright persecution of the Jews which, it is feared, must lead to the intervention of foreign Jewish organizations. The disappearance from the Danzig… More ▸

  • One Year Ago Today

    A threat to assassinate Professor Albert Einstein at a meeting in Albert Hall at which he was scheduled to speak was received by Scotland Yard. Extra precautions were taken to protect the noted refugee. More ▸

  • German Jewish Student Total Sharply Decreased

    The number of Jewish students in German universities has decreased from 3,950 in 1932 to 1,908 in 1933, official statistics, published today, disclose. In Prussia, there were in all, in 1933, not more than 1,634 “non-Aryan” students in the universities. This figure includes also students who are not pure “Aryans.” Ninety per cent. of the… More ▸

  • Warns Clean Films Campaign May Turn to Anti-semitic Drive

    If Jewish motion picture producers refuse to heed the hand-writing on the wall and insist on producing obscene films in the face of the public’s objection, they will inevitably forfeit their right to sympathetic consideration by their co-religionists, in the opinion of Jack H. Skirball, general sales manager of Educational Films Corporation of America. Speaking… More ▸

  • Chicago Zionists Will Hold Annual Conference Sunday

    The annual conference of the Zionist Organization of Chicago will be held this Sunday at 2 P. M. in the Hotel Sherman. Reports from affiliated organizations and election of officers for the ensuing year will be the business of the afternoon session. At the evening session the Zionists will be addressed by Professor A. L…. More ▸