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  • Reform Temple Marks Decennial of Its Rabbi

    The tenth anniversary of the installation of Rev. Dr. Philip David Bookstaber as rabbi of Ohey Sholom Temple was observed at the services here last evening. Rev. Dr. David Philipson of Cincinnati, dean of Reform rabbis in America, who installed Rabbi Bookstaber here, spoke. More ▸

  • The Bulletin’s Day Book

    When the Bible was rewritten by the wizards of Nazidom, one thing was overlooked. The authors forgot to fix the location of Paradise. After the product of their endeavors, in a superbly coordinated version, came off the press, they discovered the shortcoming and the experts went to work to remedy it. Now, in what may… More ▸

  • Yiddish Daily Issued by Kletzkin Verlag for Polish Jewry

    A new Yiddish daily, the Freind, has started publication in Warsaw. It is issued by the famous Kletzkin Verlag, and the editors are Alter Kozina and Salmen Reisen. The Freind revives the name of the first and most widespread Yiddish daily in the old Russian Empire. The first issue appeared in Petersburg on January 15,… More ▸

  • Lyons Addresses Union Graduates

    Never before has it been as difficult to be a rabbi as in these times of radical changes, Dr. Alexander Lyons of Congregation Beth Elohim, Brooklyn, declared in his baccalaureate address to the sixteen young men who yesterday were ordained rabbis at the Hebrew Union College commencement exercises here. Rabbi Theodore N. Lewis of Sioux… More ▸

  • Dr. Cohen Urges Parity for Jews As Professionals

    A demand for equal opportunity for Jews in the professions was uttered here today by Dr. Morris R. Cohen, professor of philosophy at the College of the City of New York, in an address before the joint convention of the National Conference of Jewish Social Service, National Association of Jewish Center Executives and National Council… More ▸

  • Montreal Cantor Dies

    Cantor A. J. Levinsky died suddenly here yesterday. He was forty-nine years old, and came from Amsterdam, Holland. More ▸

  • Good Will Union Founder to Address Anti-nazi League in Bronx Tonight

    Dr. Edward L. Hunt, founder of America’s Good Will Union, will address a joint meeting of the West Bronx and Washington Heights sections of the Women’s Division of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League tonight at Burnside Manor, 85 West Burnside avenue, the Bronx. Other speakers will include Sol Rubin, judge advocate general of the Jewish War… More ▸

  • Louis M. Sagal Will Be Head of New Haven $25,000 Drive

    Louis M. Sagal will be general chairman for the New Haven United Jewish Appeal campaign scheduled for the week of June 3 to 10, to raise $25,000. George Greenspun, director of the Connecticut campaign, will be in charge of local headquarters. More ▸

  • Rabbi Invited to Talk at London Meeting

    Rev. Dr. Morris S. Lazaron, rabbi of the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation (Madison Avenue Temple), has been invited to speak in London July 5 at a special meeting called by the British Society of Jews and Christians. Dr. Lazaron was a member of the pilgrimage team of the National Conference of Jews and Christians, recently awarded… More ▸

  • Faith to Ideals Asked by Semel

    Adherence to ancient Jewish ideals was seen as the most effective answer to the “World-wide challenge to Jewry,” by Bernard Semel, honorary secretary of the Jewish Education Association, who was principal speaker at a dinner of the association’s Brooklyn Division, held last night at the Hotel St. George, Brooklyn. More than 600 guests heard Municipal… More ▸