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  • Zion Order to Install Officers on Wednesday

    Organization Camp No. 1, the oldest branch of the Order Sons of Zion, will hold its annual installation of officers and dance at the Hotel Pennsylvania Wednesday evening. Joseph Kraemer, president, will be the principal speaker. Movies depicting life in Jewish Palestine will be shown. More ▸

  • Revisionists Scored at Labor Rally Here

    A bitter attack on Zionist Revisionists and proponents of the Biro-Bidjan colonization project was made yesterday by Abraham Cahan, editor of The Forward, in an address before 700 delegates to the New York conference for the Palestine labor campaign at the Hotel Pennsylvania. The conference adopted a $100,000 quota for New York. Calling the Biro-Bidjan… More ▸

  • Stahlhelm Man in Boston Nazi

    For years Jewish Daily Bulletin readers have turned to us for various types of information. here in America, have a hard fight, for we live in the ‘paradise of the Jews’ and the Jews use the same means here as they did in Germany sixteen years ago.” “We Germans abroad,” the article continued, “regard ourselves… More ▸

  • Federation Holds Annual Session

    of the Federation to handle “the even greater task of rewriting the charter of New York City,” as Mayor LaGuardia expressed it. Although Judge Proskauer’s term of office, which has continued since 1930, concluded yesterday, he will continue in his presidential capacity until next month, when the nominating committee will select new candidates for leadership… More ▸

  • Ruppin Finds Back-to-land Move is Needed

    Only fifteen per cent of the entire Jewish population in Palestine is engaged in agriculture, Dr. Arthur Ruppin, member of the Executive of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, told newspapermen at a press conference today. “We must augment this percentage,” Dr. Ruppin declared, “and during the coming year 500 Jewish families will be placed on… More ▸

  • News Brief

    The Kolo, the committee of Jewish Sejm deputies, pointed out that the new constitution reduced Jewish rights to a minimum and demanded fullest rights for Jews in the elections. More ▸

  • Bulletin Calendar of Events

    Monday, January 28 Spanish-Portugese Synagogue, Seventieth Street and Central Park West, 8:45 p.m. “The Outlook for Jewish Life in Palestine,” Dr. David de Sola Pool. Free Synagogue, 40 West Sixty-eighth Street, evening. “Jewish History in the Making. The Story of the Nineteenth Century,” Dr. Stephen S Wise. Jewish Community Center, Jersey City, 8:30 p.m. “The… More ▸

  • Dr. Klee Congratulated on His 60th Birthday

    Dr. Alfred Klee, prominent German Zionist leader, was the recipient of scores of congratulatory messages from all over the world on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday. Among Dr. Klee’s well-wishers were Dr. Nahum Sokolow, president of the World Zionist Organization, and the Central Union of German Citizens of the Jewish Faith. More ▸

  • A Brotherly Welcome

    The Jewish press of Germany, which has just reached the United States shows a division in the ranks of German Jewry as to the problem of the Saar Jews. While the non – Zionist papers welcome the return of the Saar to the Reich, the Zionist organ there states very definitely that “the manner in… More ▸

  • Great Teams at Chelsea

    teams have been Jewish. Last year Chelsea high school won the state title. The captain Steve Stavisky, and Sol Nechten, another Jewish basketeer, were named all-New England. “This year’s team is composed of an all-Jewish five. Thus far it has defeated the best teams in this section of the country. It has suffered much abuse… More ▸