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  • London Sees Hitler Weakened Despite Success of ‘coup’

    Adolf Hitler has successfully suppressed a “revolt” of his followers but today was weaker than at any time since he seized supreme power in Germany. By his refusal to follow to its conclusions the National Socialist program, Hitler alienated the most devoted supporters he had and by employing against his storm troop leaders the forces… More ▸

  • The Bulletin’s Day Book

    This department, for one, mourns the death of that brilliant Nazi, Ernst Roehm, whose moral quirks, incidentally, Herr Hitler winked at while his loyalty to Der Fuehrer was unquestioned, but which became a cataclysmic crime the moment the fanatic militarist engaged in a bit of braying that annoyed His Nibs. The mourning will be the… More ▸

  • Polish Minister Gives Promise to Consider Jewish Education Aid

    A promise that Jewish education would be considered in a favorable light was made here by the Minister of Education, Waclaw Jendrzejewicz, who also announced that the recently issued new regulations for private schools would be postponed for a year, going into effect in June, 1935. The cabinet member made his statement to Jewish Sejm… More ▸

  • Zionist Body Weighshookup with Socialists

    The five-day convention of the Poale Zion-Zeire Zion closed here tonight after having eulogized Berl Locker, Labor Zionist leader, and greeted the Palestine workers who “stood in the picket line to preserve and protect the cardinal rights of Jewish work in Jewish industrial enterprises in Palestine.” Problems of Palestine activity, cultural and trade union workers… More ▸

  • Mizrachi Youth Set to Prepare Opening of Training Farm

    Elaborate preparations are being made for the official opening of the training farm for Palestine pioneers, conducted by the Mizrachi Youth of America, July 4, at the farm at Stockton, N. J. Among those to participate in the celebration are Isidore Epstein, president of the Mizrachi Youth of America, Max Hagler, Rabbi Seymour M. Zambrowsky,… More ▸

  • Bulletin Calendar of Events

    Monday, July 2 Lewisohn Stadium concerts, all-Beethoven program; Symphony No. 7 in A major, Symphony No. 3 in E flat major (“Eroica”); Amsterdam avenue and 133th street; 3:30 p. m. Women’s Radio Review, broadcast; Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin, “Present-day Palestine”; Station WEAF; 3:30 p. m. American Inquiry Commission to investigate conditions in Fascist Germany; first… More ▸

  • See New Reich Revolt

    Rumors of new “uprisings” and of retaliatory measures by Adolph Hitler and the forces loyal to him continued today to agitate the Berlin capital as the general population, only party aware of the dramatic developments yesterday, buzzed in a ferment of speculation over the implications of what had taken place. Hitler himself, following the blood-bath… More ▸

  • British Periodical Bars Reich Advertising for Nazi Slight to Jews

    How the Fur Record, a British magazine owned and controlled by non-Jews, gave up its German advertising at a serve financial loss because the German Embassy in London refused to receive a Jew-delegation, is revealed in a letter and clipping received by the Fur Trade Boycott Committee here. “In view of the attitude of the… More ▸

  • Nazi Slaughter Shocks Capital; Hitler Scored

    Complete collapse of the present Nazi regime is seen here by observers in the event that Hitler’s efforts to crush the revolt react to bring about another uprising. Reports of wholesale slaughter of Nazi leaders by Hitler henchmen have shocked official Washington. To those who unofficially commented on the drastic step by the Chancellor to… More ▸

  • Dr. Adler, Mayor Ellenstein Sail for Europe Tomorrow

    Dr. Cyrus Adler, president of Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning, in Philadelphia, will sail for Europe aboard the French liner Lafayette tomorrow accompanied by his wife. Mayor Meyer C. Ellenstein of Newark, representing the United States Conference of Mayors at the meeting of the International Union of Cities to be held at Lyon,… More ▸