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  • 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 ▸

  • Group Formed to Consolidate Drive Activities

    The work of consolidating national and international appeals in behalf of Jewish relief and welfare agencies was given impetus yesterday when announcement was made by the National Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds that plans had been completed for a Jewish Welfare Mobilization and the organization of a Mo###ization Committee of 150 community leaders… More ▸

  • Hitler Caused Fatal ‘revolt’

    liner Lafayette yesterday. He will be one of the witnesses to appear before the American Inquiry Commission, which today begins a probe into conditions in Nazi Germany. Now more than ever Hitler is an instrument in the hands of the Junkers and high industrial interests, such as Thyssen, Krupp and others, Herr Hoellering stated, in… More ▸

  • B’nai B’rith Inducts 63

    A class of sixty-three candidates was initiated by Gilead lodge, B’nai B’rith, at its summer ceremonial last night in the Jewish Center, ending the spring membership drive. More ▸

  • Stadium Woos Popular Taste in 4 Concerts

    Four popular symphonies feature the early Stadium programs this week under the direction of Jose Iturbi. Tonight an all-Beethoven program consisting of the Seventh and the Third Symphonies will be heard. Debussy and Brahms will be featured on Tuesday, the former with the Two Nocturnes and the Afternoon of a Faun, and the latter with… More ▸

  • Germans Hoard Staples, Skimp on Fun, Await Mark’s Collapse

    Economists have dissected the economic fallacies of the Nazi policy and have shaken their heads as they predicted the imminent downfall of a regime so heretic; historians, with all the world in back of them, have indicated the inevitability of the overthrow of any government based on racial prejudice; psychologists have returned from the land… More ▸