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  • Now-editorial Notes

    The mutiny against the Hitler regime and the shooting and suicide of leading conspirators form the second act of the German drama which is sure to end with the collapse of Hitler. The first act was the von Papen speech delivered with the sanction of President von Hindenburg. Von Papen himself is an unscrupulous politician…. More ▸

  • Slants on Sports

    If we had our way we’d be up in the New Hampshire mountains covering the sking carnival that takes place in about two weeks. Instead of sitting at ringsides under hot are lights and getting a heave and grunt rassler thrown into our laps we’d be wiring the office from the Canadian Rockies telling you… More ▸

  • Preached in City Pulpits

    Rabbi Nathan A. Perilman, Temple Emanu-el—If in Hitler’s Germany the leaders had given the people justice how much better it would have been for the German people and the whole world. Let the men who have power take off their masks of deceit. Let us turn from our twentieth century existence and turn to the… More ▸

  • Nutmegs Are O. K.—but Palestine Dates? Ask This Woman!

    Nutmegs, official fruit of this State, are fine, thinks Mrs. Rebecca Gelman. But the dates of Palestine—ah, nutmegs can’t compare with them! So Mrs. Gelman, seventy-year-old widow of Morris B. Gelman, who lived with her husband in Hartford for thirty-five years before they went to Palestine to make their home in 1928, departed yesterday for… More ▸

  • Critical Moments

    Large Lester Cohen, who deserted the confining sanctuary of Greenwich Village and novel writing to go West, where he is fast making his fortune writing for motion picture companies, is responsible for the adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham’s novel, “Of Human Bondage,” which RKO is presenting at the Music Hall this week. John Cromwell directed… More ▸

  • Rothenberg Urges Adoption of Wider Program to Aid Jewry

    A plea to the Zionist Organization of America to enlarge its sphere of influence by adoption of a program for the strengthening of the cultural life of the Jewish people was sounded here today by Morris Rothenberg in his presidential address to the thirty-seventh annual convention of the organization. Pointing out that “every aspect of… More ▸

  • Nazi Confiscation of Paper Backed

    Confiscation of the CV-Zeitung, official organ of the Central Verein of German Citizens of the Jewish Faith, reported Friday in Der Angriff, Nazi propaganda newspaper, was officially confirmed yesterday. In reporting the confiscation, which was at the time unknown to Central Verein officials, Der Angriff declared that an article in which the CV-Zeitung compared the… More ▸

  • Dr. Frank Gained Wide Background

    Dr. Herman Frank, a journalist of more than twenty years’ experience in Europe and the United States, today begins in the Jewish Daily Bulletin a series of articles on the problems of Jewish life in America, under the heading, “Adjusting Our Lives.” Born in Bialystok in 1892, Dr. Frank came to this country in 1923…. More ▸

  • Doffner Noble Grand

    Jacob Doffner is the new noble grand of Zion Lodge, I.O.O.F. Other officers include Irving Friedman, Sidney Wisebrod, Herman Provda and Louis Starkman. More ▸

  • Young Newark Radiologist Sails to Address World Convention

    A rare honor was accorded Dr. Milton Friedman, 30, who sailed today to address the International Congress of Radiology as representative of the Cancer Clinic of Bellevue Hospital, New York. The address will be based on deductions made during research work in cancer treatment at the local Beth Israel Hopital, City Hospital, Bellevue and other… More ▸