Menu JTA Search

JTA Archive

  • Richmond Hill Jewish Women Install Officers

    Newly elected officers of the Richmond Hill Section, National Council of Jewish Women, were installed at a luncheon held in the Beth Israel Community Center, Mrs. Mary C. Schoenberg, national executive secretary of the group, officiated. The new officers are Mrs. William Mandelbaum, president; Mrs. Maurice Einsohn and Mrs. Fred Elfenbein, vice-presidents; Mrs. Harold Straus,… More ▸

  • 12 Jewish Youth Groups of Seattle Organize United Conference

    Seattle’s Jewish youth went on record, by unanimous vote of twelve youth groups, to establish a conference of Jewish youth organizations. The call for the organization of a united Jewish youth was sounded as the highlight of Seattle’s first annual celebration of national “Jewish Youth Day” at Temple Center. With more than 500 persons participating… More ▸

  • Jewish Juniors in Syracuse Elect New Officers’ Slate

    At the annual meeting of the local Council of Jewish Juniors at the Temple Society of Concord, with Miss Dorothy Brown, retiring president presiding, a new slate for the ensuing year was elected. The new officers are headed by Miss Rosalind Baker, president; Miss Ruth Damsky, first vice-president; Miss Hannah Seidel, second vice-president; Miss Frances… More ▸

  • Arab Innocence Sworn by Rice in Murder Trial

    Harry Patrick Rice, Deputy Inspector General of Police and Prisons in Palestine, today concluded his testimony before the court which is hearing the case of three young Zionist Revisionists charged with the murder of Dr. Chaim Arlosoroff, Jewish labor leader, on June 16 of last year. The afternoon session today was devoted to a reading… More ▸

  • Fram Will Lead Tour

    Rabbi Leon Fram of Temple Beth El will lead a party of Detroiters and others on a tour of Palestine this Summer, sailing from New York on the Manhattan June 20. More ▸

  • Shertok Hits Palestine Policy Toward Jews

    Sharp criticism of the government policy in regard to immigration, the employment of Jews in government works and general treatment of Jews in Palestine was voiced tonight by Moshe Shertok, of the political department of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, at the opening session of the Asefath Hanivcharim, elective assembly, at its first meeting in… More ▸

  • Critical Moments

    British films are being brought to this country in increasing quantities this season and some of them have made our Hollywood producers a trifle jealous. Such pictures as “The Private Life of Henry VIII” and “Catherine the Great” have not added to the good will between the two nations. These pictures were much too successful… More ▸

  • Funeral Service Today for Henrietta Jaskow, Who Aided Mt. Sinai

    Miss Henrietta Jaskow, active charity worker, will be buried today in the Washington Cemetery, Brooklyn. Funeral services will be held this morning at 11 o’clock at the West End Funeral Chapel, 200 West Ninety-first street. Miss Jaskow died of pleurisy on Sunday in her apartment at the Hotel Alden, 225 Central Park West. She was… More ▸

  • The Bulletin’s Day Book

    A country can be judged nowadays by its national sport. Here in the United States, for instance, baseball reigns supreme, and the game calls forth all the traditional American qualities. There is need for teamwork and fair play in the game. And there is the pitting of one man, the batter, against another, the pitcher,… More ▸

  • Hebrew Teachers Union to Honor Its Secretary

    The Hebrew Teachers’ Union will tender a farewell evening to its executive secretary, E. M. Edelstein, on June 2, at the Farmfood Restaurant, 37 West Thirty-second street. Representatives of all Hebrew cultural and educational associations of the city are expected to attend, as well as members of the union. More ▸