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  • List Samuel to Speak at Young Judea Session

    Maurice Samuel, author and lecturer, will speak at a panel discussion on Young Judea at the St. Charles Hotel, Atlantic City, tomorrow night in connection with the youth organization’s twenty-seventh annual convention, which will close Sunday. The convention opened today after a meeting of the national governing board. Special services will be held Saturday at… More ▸

  • Rabbi Urges Careful Study of Coughlin’s Social Justice Plan

    only possible places to which the German Jews can emigrate. In answer to Rabbi Samuel H. Goldenson’s statement at an earlier session that Judaism is a religion rather than a civilization, Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland tonight declared, “If we regard Israel as a religious community exclusively, there would be no room within its… More ▸

  • Belgian Exhibit Opens Pavilion for Holy Land

    In the presence of Mayor Max of Brussels and British Ambassador Sir Esmond Ovey, a Palestine Pavilion was opened here today at the World Exhibition. The pavilion will be known as “Israel in Palestine.” Mayor Max, in his opening speech, paid tribute to Jewish achievements in Palestine and emphasized that the Belgian people warmly sympathize… More ▸

  • Between the Lines

    If you’ve got something to sell, an excellent way of selling it is through the columns of the Jewish Daily Bulletin. Call AShland 4-3093 for rates. Many Jews in America will agree and many will disagree with the points of view expressed on the current economic problems in America at the convention of the Central… More ▸

  • Wise Sails Saturday on Palestine Trip

    Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress, will sail for Europe and Palestine tomorrow on the Ile de France. He will spend a month in Palestine, following which he will attend the World Zionist Congress at Lucerne. Afterwards he will confer informally with a group of Jewish leaders under the auspices of… More ▸

  • Soviet Test Proves Young Jew Prodigy at Figures or Fiddle

    A prodigy with twin talents was discovered ##day in Kiev, Ukrainefi when an ### year old Jewish boy, Boris Korn###um, appeared before M. Zatonsky, ##he Ukrainian Soviet Commissar of ##ducation, to prove that he is one ##f the best violinists and mathe###aticians in the country. Within three minutes the Jewish boy solved an intricate mathematical… More ▸

  • World Press Digest

    The London Daily Herald, commenting editorially on the reception given to the German war veterans in England, says: If they do sincerely wish for the friendship and the goodwill of British ex-Service men and of the British nation, then they have indeed to rid our minds of certain memories. But these are not the memories… More ▸

  • Joint Fund Effort Urged in Palestine

    The need for coordination of social service and fund collection agencies in Palestine was emphasized by Mrs. Idelson of the Histadruth, Palestine labor federation, in an address to 200 persons who attended the Annual Conference of Social Work here under the auspices of the Vaad Leumi, Jewish representative assembly. It was pointed out by Mrs…. More ▸

  • Jews Ask 20 Seats in Polish Sejm

    The Jewish members of the Polish Parliament announced today that they had abstained from voting yesterday on the new parliamentary electoral law because it curbs Jewish representation. Twenty Jewish seats in the Sejm and nine seats in the Senate were demanded yesterday in the name of the Jewish faction by Deputy F. Rothenstreich, during the… More ▸

  • Appeal to Use $45,000 to Aid Refugees Here

    A $45,000 appropriation to aid German refugees at present in New York City was announced yesterday by the United Jewish Appeal. The funds will be allocated to local agencies equipped to care for the refugees. The announcement was made by E. Edwin Goldwasser, Nathan Straus and Michael Schaap, co-chairmen of the Greater New York Appeal,… More ▸