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Entire Jewish Com-
munity for a Happy
and Prosperous NEW YEAR
A Beppu and Joyous New Year
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MENDING THE NETS IN A JEWISH
Vienna, April 3—Reign of ter-
ti ian Jews become subject to Nazi roe
unloosed against Jews in
a 1 iti-Semitism as Austria becomes provinces.
art of Germany; Jewish journal- Vienna, April 8--Nazis con-
ts dismissed; Storm Troopers fiscate Rothschild bank; Jewish
aid Jewish organizations; Anti-
leaders sent to Da-
'wish boycott begins; Jews are community
chau concentration camp.
limed from plebiscite.
Vienna, April 21-51 Jews from
•Vienna, March 14—Eject Jews Burgenland
dumped into middle
mm bar and medical associa- of Danube River
by Nazis, res.
ti ons; Storm Troopers wreck Jew-
1 shops; foreign consulates be- cued
riged by panic-stricken Jews;
iousands of Jews jobless as to picket own shops as Nazis
organized boycott drive;
Nazis order firms to dismiss all launch
Rabbi Taglicht among pie-
on-Aryans; Jewish notables ar- (thief
ested; wave of suicides claims bets; two per cent limit on pro-
portion of Jewish students at uni.
h undreds of victims.
Vienna, March 15—Jews offic- versifies
Vienna, April 25—Nazis amuse
illy disfranchised; Jewish and selves
h alf-Jewish judges and state at- lie.
• torturing Jews in pub-
Drneys dismissed; Storm Troop- Vienna, April 26—Reorganiza-
ra force Jews to scrub streets; lion of kehillah permitted on con- , Development of the fishing in., which is combined with the Jew-
Fund in the United
that it furthers emigration. I c ustry is one of the many' ish , P National
t h l ,, ts h e ettlt4 m ,5 ,13 .0 t,00 in 0
Vienna, March 17—More Jew- dition
pheres of activity of Jewish la. , aalesa tine )Lprpea
sh notables arrested, including move to curb anti-Jewish violence; 11 or in Palestine. In the picture Palestine of Jews of Poland,
laron Rothschild, Dr. Loewi, No- survey reveals 2,000 Jewish sui- r re members of the new fisher- Germany, Rumania and other
el Prize winner, and Dr. Neu-
12,000 under arrest and r an's vill ge near Haifa Bay. lands. Since 1933 more than
menu, physician to King George, cides;
65,000 deprived of jobs; oust m he
building of this settlement :000 Jews from Central and East-
and officials of Kehillah; bun- Jews
(reds of Jews commit suicide; Vienna, April 30—Nazis burn , , f the Palestine Foundation Fund,' settled in Palestine.
storm Troopers run riot in Jew- 2,000 books by non-Aryan.s and
sh quarter; Jewish shops plun—curhei,„.
lered, synagogues desecrated; Vienna, May 18—Jacob Ehr- Istanbul, Dec. 18—Government at Theusing, government rejects
wadquarters of Ilakoah, Zionist lick, former vice-president of ( ommissioners named for Jewish Nazi demands for racialism.
)rganization, Bnai Brith closed; Vienna Jewish community, dies chools.
Prague, May 2—Jews caution-
Jewish papers suppressed.
in concentration camp.
Belgrade, Dec. 19—Zagreb Uni- ed against liquidation psychosis
Vienna, March 21 — Suicide Vienr,a, May 24 — Nuremberg' , ersity
rejects plea for ghetto by Union of Rabbis.
ease claims 1700 Jewish victims; racial laws officially extended tol I e nches.
Prague, May 11—Fascist groups
suffering widespread as Jewish Austria.
Istanbul, Jan. 11, 1937—Parlia- demand curbs on Je3vs; govern-
!ommunity funds are confiscated. Vienna, May 30—Thousands of I , ent
rejects bill to forbid Jew- nant orders revision of labor
Vienna, March 26 — General Jews arrested in mass round-ups , immigration.
permits held by refugees.
Joering warns Austria must be- by secret police; hundreds sent sh Belgrade,
Prague, May 15—Jews begin-
Jan. 13—Jews left
mine Judenrein in four years; to concentration camps; govern- , e ithout representation
in Senate ning to quit Sudeten areas.
Yews offer prayers of thanksgiv- ment sets up Jewish advisory , or first time since 1923
Prague, May 18—Jewish party
ng for Roosevelt refugee plan. board; work of re-training youth vernment fails to reappoint asks
autonomy in Jewish com-
Vienna, March 23 — General for emigration begins.
Sommer, Jewish war hero, dons Vienna, June 5—Picketing of
June 1—Thousands of
Belgrade, Jan. 17 — Sweeping
anifoi•m and medals to clean Jewish shops resumed.
rush to join Czech army.
streets; 60,000 Jews reported hun- Vienna, June 6—Sigmund Freud checkup ordered of all foreign Jews
Prague, June 5—Slovaks prom-
rering; Jewish students ousted leaves Austria for London.
curbs on Jews if granted au-
from universities; Jewish high Vienna, June 9—Jewish com- • Istanbul, March 1—Jewish com- ise
whool students segregated.
munity appeals to world Jewry m unity abandons separate schools. tonomy.
June 10—Jewish party
Tirana, April 5—Albanian Zion-
Vienna, March 28—Orphanages for aid.
35,000 votes and wins 130
and Hebrew schools confiscated Vienna, June 30-30,000 Jews i sts inscribe King Zog's name in polls
for storm troop barracks; 30,- dismissed by Jewish employers G olden Book in honor of mar-
300 Jews apply for American under Nazi order.
Vienna, July 3—Nazi commis- Athens, April 16—Greek police Paris, Sept 18—Police probe
ound Jewish refugees; order ex- Les Cagoulards and Les Cheva-
Vienna, March 31—Four thou- saes
grabbed Jewish busi- h pulsion
sand Jews under arrest; begin nesses who
liers du Glaive, secret anti-Jewish
Sofia, April 30—Bulgaria dis- and anti-Catholic orders.
reorganiation of Jewish commu-
Paris, Nov. 18—Hundreds ar-
nity; Nazis begin expelling Jews Sofia, Nov. 19 — Government
rested as police crush plot for
from Burgenland; 40 Jewish pro. raises ban on anti-Semitic Na- ganization.
Belgrade, May 4—Croat chief- armed coup by Les Cagoulards,
fessors, including Otto Loewi, tumid Legion.
tain condemns anti-Semitism.
secret anti-Semitic terrorists so-
Vienna, March 13-200,000 Aus-
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Belgrade, June 27—Incendiary ciety.
fire destroys home of kehillah.
Paris, Nov. 19—Minister of in-
terior promises to suppress at-
Kovno, Sept. 8—Government al- tacks on Jews.
lots $25,000 subsidy to Jewish
Paris, Dec. 2—Foil bomb plot
on life of Leon Blum.
Kovno, Dec. 27 — Co-operative
Paris, Dec. 23—Court orders dis-
formed to raise dowries for solution of Fascist Social Party.
needy Jewish brides.
Paris, Feb. I—Anti-Nazi cham-,
Kovno, Jan. 19, 1937 — Jews ber of horrors opened on fifth
barred from Lithuanian Olympic anniversary of Hitler regime;
German ambassador protests.
Kovno, Jan. 27—New Lithuan-
Paris, March 13—Leon Blum
ian constitution ends minority becomes premier for second time.
Paris, March 23—Government
• Riga, Feb. 1—New law en- offers to help settle 8,000 Jewish
ables government to acquire con- illegal residents on farms.
trol of Jewish factories.
Paris, April 5—"Back to the
Riga, Feb. 11—Jewish textile ghetto," rightists shout at Leon
factories and breweries forced to Blum as he asks parliament for
sell out to government, throwing sweeping powers.
large numbers of Jews out of
Paris, April 8—Leon Blum's
second cabinet resigns.
Kovno, Feb. 17 — Lithuanian
Paris, April 9—Georges Man-
president assures Jews of auton- del name minister of colonies in
Kovno, June 5—Jews give mot-
Paris, April 20—France's coun-
or ambulance and hundreds of terpart of Stuermer ,issues spe-
rifles to army.
cial Passover edition attacking
Antwerp, March ' 17—Belgium
Paris, June 8—Premier Dala-
stirred as Nazi consul demands dier promises to ease status of
Jewish conductor be barred while refugees; government probes Nazi
Nazi soloist performs.
propaganda in Alsace-Lorraine.
Brussels, March 26 — Rexists
Paris, June 19 — Government
begin anti-Jewish boycott.
dedicates monument to Jews who
Brussels, March 28 — Jacques died in World War.
Errera wins 500,000 franc Fran-
Paris, June 23—Andre Maurois
qui Prize for scientific achieve- elected to French Academy.
Brussels, April 5 — Degrelle, Berlin, Sept 6—"The Eternal
fascist chief ,says party is not Jew," travelling anti-Jewish ex-
fundamentally anti-Semitic but hibit, dedicated.
warns Jews must be prepared to I Berlin, Sept. 9—Goebbels calls
submit selves to nationalist state. for international crusade against
Antwerp, May 3—United Jew- Jews in speech at Nuremberg
ish representative agency created. congress.
Brussels, May 10—Rexists stage
Berlin, Sept 16—Rule Nazis
anti - Jewish demonstrations in may refuse food or shelter to
Brussels, June 13-300 Aus-
Berlin, Oct. 18—Duke of Wind-
trian Jews saved from deportation sor refuses to meet Streicher.
when local organizations agree to
Danzig, Oct. 21—Jews panic-
provide for them.
stricken as Nazis gain complete
Ottawa, Sept 16 — Canadian
Danzig, Oct. 24—Nazis destroy
Broadcasting Commission bars Jewish shops, force non-Aryan
abuse of race or creed on air.
merchants to move.
Danzig, Oct 25—Jews barricade
Toronto, Oct. 7—David Croll,
ousted from Ontario cabinet, re- selves in homes as Nazis renew
elected to legislature.
Montreal, Nov. 8—Quebec Pro-
Danzig, Oct 28-11 hoodlums
vince bans Zola film depicting jailed for anti-Jewish excesses.
Berlin, Oct. 28—Isador Gennett,
Ottawa, Nov. 11—Postmaster American Jewish war veteran,
General says he's powerless to places wreath with Mogen Dovid
bar anti-Semitic propaganda.
on German monument to war dead
Montreal, Jan. 7-1'rovincial po- as Nazis Neil and salute.
lice seize 800 Yiddish books in
Danzig, Nov. 3—Nazis seize
Jews' bank deposits.
raid on Canadian Labor circles.
Winnipeg, Jan. 16—City coun-
Berlin, Dec. 2—Secret anti-
dl condemns anti-Semitic props- Nazi pamphlet assails war on
ganda after anti-Jewish poster is Jews.
found on city ball door.
Berlin, Jan. 7—Arnold Bern-
Ottawa, Jan. 22—Immigration stein, Jewish shipping magnate
department officials say Canada and war veteran, fined 1,000,000
open to Jews who settle on land. marks and sentenced to 30 months
Ottawa, May 3—Mounties probe in jail for violating currency
fascist fun-running from U. S. laws; stripped of shipping linen.
Montreal, May 19.— National Berlin, Jan. 8--Jewish doctors
Christian Social Party split as barred from private charity work
Adrien Arcand's lieutenants se. and private insurance practice.
Berlin, Jan. 10—Otto Warburg,
Toronto, May 29—United Church scientist and former president of
of Canada denounces persecution World Zionist Organiation, dead.
of Jews. Berlin, Jan. 14—Reich Repre-
Ottawa, June 1 — Parliament sentation of German Jews appeals
stirred by reports Nazis seek to to Nazis not to impose further
buy island in Gulf of St_ Lawr- curbs which would impoverish all
ence. Jews; urges other countries not
Kingston, June 1—Town coun- to close doors to refugees.
Berlin, Jan. 22—Der Stuermer
cis denies public buildings to faa-
banned indefinitely by Propagan-
Toronto, June 5—Two arrested da Ministry after seizure of is-
after riot halts fascist meeting. sue demanding death penalty for
Ottawa, June 6 — Government Jews, guilty of "racial pollution."
orders probe of Nazi activities. Berlin, Jan. 24—Census of Jew.
Toronto, June 7—Department of ish and Jewish-controlled firms
National Defense orders inquiry ordered to facilitate curbs on
after five uniformed army men allotment of raw materials and
attend fascist meeting. foreign exchange.
Toronto, July 4 — Fascist at-
Berlin, Jan. 27—Der Stuermer
tacks Jews at first national party re-appears with renewed anti-Jew-
Berlin, Feb. 1—New passport
Prague, Sept 13—Mourn death regulations allow Jews to go
of Thomas Masaryk, founder of abroad only as emigrants.
Czechoslovakia and defender of
Berlin, Feb. 7—New regulations
double tax rate for Jews.
Prague, Dee. 19—Government Geneva, Feb. 10—League of
rules converts must pay kehillah Nations adopts convention regu-
larizing legal status of German
Prague, April 4—Sudeten Ger- refugees; seven powers ratify
mans demand dismissal of Jews pact.
in government service.
Berlin, Feb. 28 — Nuremberg
Prague, April 25—First large laws extended to commerce in de-
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