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  • Pope Hits Anti-church Drive in Reich

    Pope Pius today gave his blessing to 34 now German and Hungarian priests and sent them out to combat “the blind struggle against God and the Church of Christ now going on in the German countries,” the Havas News Agency reported. More ▸

  • Palestine Has Labor Excess, Ormsby-gore Says in Reply on Entry Quota

    The new Palestine labor immigration schedule was hotly debated in Commons today, forcing William G.A. Ormsby-Gore, Colonial Secretary, to plead that there was considerable Jewish and Arab unemployment. In reply to a cross-fire of questions regarding the schedule limiting to 770 the total number of Jewish labor immigration certificates issued for the four-month period ending… More ▸

  • Mandates Commission Ends Regular Session

    The Permanent Mandates Commission of the League of Nations yesterday concluded its regular session and adjourned until July 31 when it will hold an extraordinary session on the Palestine situation. More ▸

  • Jewish Youth Suicide in Warsaw for Want of Medicine

    A Jewish mother abandoned two children in a park today and a youth committed suicide for want of money to buy necessities. The unidentified mother left her two-year-old and five-year-old sons in a public park with a note declaring she was unable any longer to watch the sufferings of the children, who had not had… More ▸

  • Rise of Anti-semitism Noted at South African Jewish Congress

    The serious situation caused by the growth of anti-Semitism in South Africa since 1933 was stressed today by the Executive of the South African Jewish Board of Deputies in its report to the board’s twelfth annual congress. The report called attention particularly to the anti-Semitic policy of the Nationalist Party headed by Dr. D.F. Malan…. More ▸

  • Anti-soviet Paper Reports Jewish Dramatists Arrested

    Arrest in Moscow of the director of the Moscow Theatre, Arkadaieff, and of the chief of the repertory staff, Litovski, both Jews, for attempting to assist Jewish friends to flee from Russia, was reported in dispatches to the Morning Post today from Helsingfors, Finland, a center of anti-Soviet propaganda. The Post said Akradaieff and Litovski… More ▸

  • Exchange of Workers Among Nations Proposed to I.l.o.

    An exchange of skilled workers among nations needing laborers which other countries can supply was proposed by M. Escabar, the Cuban representative, addressing the directors of the International Labor Office. Mr. Escabar read the text of a resolution adopted by the Cuban Congress proposing the establishment of an international organization to draft measures regulating international… More ▸

  • Hightstown Garment Cooperative Gets Private Support

    Jewish garment workers from New York City, settled in the Government-built community here, were enabled to continue operation of their garment factory by an arrangement completed today substituting private financing for Resettlement Administration support. Five consumer cooperative associations are advancing $50,000 as operating capital for next season, Benjamin Brown, executive director of the Workers’ Aim… More ▸

  • Butcher’s Son Sentenced to Death for Murder of Polish Policeman

    Wolf Szcerbowski, 18-year-old Jewish butcher’s son, was under sentence of death today for the slaying of a Polish policeman that set off anti-Jewish riots in this city on May 13 in which about 50 Jews were wounded, three of them fatally. The verdict, which came late last night the conclusion of a one-day trial in… More ▸