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  • Doctor Stops, Starts Hearts by Nerve Action

    Make a habit of glancing through the classified advertising columns. They may have a surprise in store for you By stopping and starting again the heart movements of several of his patients, Dr. M. H. Nathanson of this city presented one of the most widely discussed demonstrations before physicians attending the Minnesota State Medical association’s… More ▸

  • Translated Book of Job

    Mordecai Ben Jacob, who died in Cracow, Poland, in 1575, translated into Judaeo-German the Book of Proverbs and the Book of Job. He also supplied the translations with Hebrew commentaries. More ▸

  • Astronomy Lecture at Ywha

    The Study of the Sky, third in the series of astronomical lecture-discussions given on the roof of the Young Women’s Hebrew Association, 31 West 110th street, will be conducted Monday evening. Mrs. Charles Federer, a life member of the Amateur Astronomy Association, is the lecturer for the evening. More ▸

  • N.Y. Library Does Not Apologize for Nazi Monthly on Shelves

    Make a habit of glancing through the classified advertising columns. They may have a surprise in store for you. The New York Public Library wants all the Jewish and anti-Jewish publications it can get. The reason for this, according to K. D. Metcalf, chief of the reference department of the library, is because of New… More ▸

  • Jewish Vote Starts Quarrel in Brooklyn

    The July 20 issue of the Kings County News appeared Friday with a leading article in which it was reported candidates for Democratic leadership for the Second Assembly District have begun setting forth their records of tolerance toward Jews as campaign planks. According to the article: “At a meeting of the Brighton Beach Democratic Captains… More ▸

  • Zionist Propaganda Work in Colleges Here Planned Next Term

    Intensive Zionist cultural work has been planned for the coming year for New York Jewish college students. Joseph Kleinman of the Graduate School of Social Service was appointed chairman of a committee to arrange local chapter group activities and the issuance of Hebrew and English publications. A number of intercollegiate rallies will also be arranged…. More ▸

  • Berger, Jewish Boxer, to Represent Canada in Games at London

    Maxie Berger, 17-year-old Jewish boxing champion, was one of the four representatives of Canadian boxing clubs who carried off titles in the Canadian trials held here and becomes eligible for the Canadian team that is to compete in the British Empire games at London, England, next month. Berger, who is provincial flyweight champion, was the… More ▸

  • Hundreds with Marital Woes Find New Way to Cure Them

    Hundreds of families plagued with marital problems are receiving a new deal at the Court of Domestic Relations in Brooklyn through an experiment which may shortly be extended to similar courts throughout the city, it was announced by the Welfare Council of New York. The experiment was started by the Welfare Council committee headed by… More ▸

  • Jewry Hails Release of Stavsky

    leaped to his feet and shouted “Long live Jabotinsky.” Stavsky and his friends immediately left the courtroom for the home of Dr. Avnieli, a Revisionist Zionist attorney. The news of the verdict spread like wildfire through the crowds which had surrounded the court-house since dawn. A heavy police cordon had been placed around the court,… More ▸

  • Jerseyites Will Serve on Dry Goods Group

    For years Jewish Daily Bulletin readers have turned to us for various types of information. Abraham Schindel. vice-president and general manager of the Kresge Department Store of this city, and B. F. Greenberger, of the M. P. Greenberger Company of Morristown, will serve on the National Retail Dry Goods Association protective committee in a nation-wide… More ▸