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  • Lvovitch, at Farewell Dinner, Sees Greater Awareness of Retraining Need

    American Jewry is becoming increasingly aware of the importance of industrial and agricultural training as a means toward a permanent solution for the distress of the refugees and needy masses in Europe and this year is contributing more than ever to the ORT, which conducts such a program, Dr. David Lvovitch, vice-president of the World… More ▸

  • Macdonald Quizzed in Commons

    Colonial Secretary Malcolm MacDonald returned to Commons yesterday to face a barrage of questions and criticism on Palestine. Mr. MacDonald, who defended Britain’s new Palestine policy before the Mandates Commission last week, was taken sharply to task for his special broadcast on the policy from Geneva to the United States following completion of the hearings… More ▸

  • Goldberg Honored by Polish Bank in Jerusalem

    Abraham Goldberg, Zionist leader, has been elected honorary member of the board of directors of the Polish Immigrant Bank in Jerusalem, at the board’s annual meeting, for services rendered to the bank in the United States, according to word received here today. More ▸

  • 860 Exiles Reach Shanghai

    An Italian liner today disembarked 860 German-Jewish refugees, bringing the refugee colony here to more than 10,000. More ▸

  • England to Admit 18 Refugee Architects

    Eighteen refugee architects will be admitted to England, it was announced today following favorable action by the Royal Institute of British Architects. The Institute will set up a committee to find work for the refugees. More ▸

  • Resistance by Germans to Anti-semitism Cited in Private Reports and Magazine Articles

    Jews, particularly skilled workers, are being reemployed in Germany because of the labor shortage, according to a release of the Friends of German Freedom entitled “Inside Germany Reports.” The organization, whose chairman is Prof. Reinhold Niebuhr and treasurer Adolph Held, is located at 112 East 19 Street. The Jews are subjected to various indignities, the… More ▸

  • Police Commissioner Names Committee to Probe Disturbances Arising from Sale of “social Justice

    Declaring the police department must be impartial in its handling of disturbances arising from sale of Father Charles E. Coughlin’s magazine Social Justice and rival publications, Police Commissioner Valentine today appointed a committee headed by Byrnes MacDonald, a former deputy police commissioner, to investigate the entire problem. Appointment of the committee followed receipt of many… More ▸