Outside Moscow: The writers Bessie Beatty (left) and Helen Auger with Mrs. Kalinin (behind the driver) and Rafael Rubinstein (far right) on a sled. As titular head of Soviet Russia, Kalinin needed financial guidance and Rubenstein was Kalinin?s tax expert.

    'Kosher' Chicken Sold on 'Holy' Lower East Side Was Really Treyf

    A Brooklyn woman journeyed all the way to the Lower East Side to buy a kosher chicken. Imagine her shock when she discovered it was really treyf.

    Honored Visitor: (Left to right) Judge Jacob S. Strahl, Rabbi Chaim Auerbach and New York Mayor Joseph McKee at a City Hall reception honoring Rabbi Auerbach, founder of Cabbala University in Jerusalem.

    Conductor of Israel National Opera Guilty of Nazi Collaboration

    In a Tel Aviv courtroom, Hirsch Barenblat, the conductor of the Israel National Opera, was found guilty on charges of collaborating with the Nazis.

    Broadway: Palestine-born actor Ben Astar plays the Soviet Union?s U.N. representative opposite Katharine Cornell in ?The Prescott Proposal? ? a Broadway comedy about a U.N. scandal.

    Jews Beaten and Attacked in Fascist Pogrom in Mexico

    “I did it because they ordered me to,” Nazi doctor Josef Klehr said after admitting to injecting carbolic acid directly into the hearts of between 250 and 300 Auschwitz prisoners.

    Injustice: Attorney Samuel Leibowitz with his defendant client ? Heywood Patterson, one of the nine Scottsboro Boys who were falsy accused of raping a white woman in Alabama in 1931.

    Polish Parliamentarian Says Jews Must Emigrate

    Speaking in the Polish Sejm, Camp of National Unity’s deputy, Surczinsky, offered a warning to Poland’s Jewish citizens to consider emigration, sooner rather than later, as a policy to solve the country’s Jewish problem.

    Heir: News of Abraham Starr, a blacksmith on the Lower East Side, spread worldwide when he found out he was to inherit his uncle?s diamond fortune. As the story unfolded, Starr and his family attempted to procure the funds, but to no avail.

    Plans for Soviet Jewish Autonomous Region a Failure

    It’s been 10 years since the Siberian region of Birobidzhan was declared the Soviet Jewish Autonomous Region, and it now appears that Moscow is going to disband the project. Initially, plans were to settle at least 100,000 Jews in Birobidzhan, but after a 10-year period, no more than 20,000 remain.