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  • Rosh Hashanah Services Will Be Held in 400 Military Installations Throughout U.S.

    Preparations were completed today by various Jewish organizations for Rosh Hashanah services which will start tonight in temples and synagogues throughout the country. Continuing a more than 30-year pattern of religious service to men in military installations, the National Jewish Welfare Board extended its program this year to the new teen-age selectees. Assurances have been… More ▸

  • Revision of Discriminatory Dp Immigration Law Urged by U.S. Personnel in Europe

    Rep. Kenneth B. Keating, who returned yesterday from a tour of European countries during which he visited a member of camps for displaced persons, today told a press conference here that there is a general agreement among American personnel operating the displaced persons program in Europe that the cut-off date should be changed from Dec…. More ▸

  • Gen. Clay Extends New Year’s Greetings to Jews in Germany

    General Lucius D. Clay, United States commander in Europe, today released the following message on the occasion of the Jewish New Year: “In this holiday season, sacred to the Jewish people, I wish to extend New Year’s greetings to all members of the Jewish faith in the U.S. zone of Germany, including those in the… More ▸

  • Austrian Police, Anti-nazis Clash at Demonstration Against Holders of Aryanized Assess

    A serious clash between Austrian police and anti-Nazis demonstrating against Nazi holders of aryanized property developed in the British sector of Vienna today. Two anti-Nazis and a policeman were injured. The clash followed a second attempt by an organization formed to defend the interests of the Nazi property holders to hold a public demonstration against… More ▸

  • Czech Jewish Refugees Confirm Arrest of President of Czechoslovak Zionist Organization

    The reported arrest of Oskar Krasnansky, president of the Zionist Organization of Czechoslovakia, in Prague last month was confirmed today by Jewish refugees arriving in Linz from Czechoslovakia. U.S. military headquarters in Salzburg announced last night that a transport of 315 Israel-bound displaced Jews has left for Marseilles where they will board a vessel that… More ▸