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  • Stahlhelm Man is Boston Nazi, Paper Shows

    Proof that Walter Kuhring, commander of the Boston Stahlhelmbund, German veterans’ group, is directly associated with the German Nazi movement, despite his frequent denials that he is a Nazi, was offered here today by Maxwell Cohen, national adjutant of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States. Kuhring was also shown to be soliciting aid… More ▸

  • World Press Digest

    The Irish Times of Dublin, speaking of the Jewish population in different countries, comments editorially: Despite all the talk that the German Nazis have of the number of Jews obtaining a fat livelihood there, recent population figures of Berlin disclose that out of a population of approximately four millions there are only approximately one hundred… More ▸

  • Flatbush Yeshiva Holds Its 7th Annual Banquet

    The Yeshiva of Flatbush held its seventh annual banquet at the Brooklyn Jewish Center, 667 Eastern parkway, last night. Magistrate Jonah J. Goldstein was scheduled to be the principal speaker. The Yeshiva will hold its first graduation in the English department on Wednesday evening. More than 350 Jewish children are now enrolled in the Yeshiva. More ▸

  • Warns Leaders Not to Accept College Quotas

    Acquiescence of Jewish leaders to the quota principle in universities and medical and other professional schools of the United States was described as “a grave error” by Rabbi Louis I. Newman, of Congregation Rodeph Sholom, speaking Saturday at Temple Beth-El, Great Neck, L. I. “The majority groups who privately control these institutions may be able… More ▸

  • 200 Cloak Men Riot in Canada; Three Are Held

    A serious riot occurred here this morning at the plant of the Standard Cloak Company when 200 strikers battled strike breakers and police who were protecting them. Three union men, David Hammer, Charles Bromstein and Max Rottman, were arrested and charged with attacking strike-breakers and damaging taxicabs. Settlement of the strike, which involves 1,800 cloak… More ▸

  • The Reader’s Forum

    The editors reserve the right to excerpt all letters exceeding 250 words in length. All letters must bear the name and address of the writer, although not necessarily for publication. To the Editor, Jewish Daily Bulletin: It must have been a severe shock to the secretary of the Board of Trade for German-American Commerce to… More ▸

  • Tannenbaum the Fountain of Knowledge

    Note to Book Publishers: Do not be surprised at Tannenbaum’s musing. He knows what many of you disregard, i.e. hundreds of Jewish men’s and women’s clubs review books weekly and follow the book page of the Bulletin religiously. Rachel Tannenbaum waited patiently for Morris to come home from the office. When she was perplexed, her… More ▸

  • News in Brief Reported by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency

    B’nai B’rith’s tenth Hillel Foundation will be opened in the autumn at Pennsylvania State College, it was announced at the conclusion of the annual meeting of the B’nai B’rith Hillel Foundation Commission here. A telegram from Dr. Ralph D. Hetzel, president of Penn State, was made public. It expressed “hearty approval” of the establishment of… More ▸

  • Pro and Con of World Jewish Congress

    Has the idea of creating of a World Jewish Congress any similarity with Nazism? James Marshall, the well-known leader, says “Yes.” Professor Jerome Michael of Columbia University, who is a member of the Administrative Committee of the American Jewish Congress, says “No.” Discussing this question in the February issue of “Opinion,” Mr. Marshall writes: The… More ▸

  • Bklyn. Group to Hold 25th Annual Meeting

    Celebrating completion of a quarter of century of service, the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities, community chest for twenty-five agencies carrying on a program of social service in Brooklyn, will hold its twenty-fifth annual meeting next Sunday at Union Temple, 7 Eastern Parkway. Simultaneously the women’s division of the Federation will hold its fifth annual… More ▸