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  • Women – Wise and Otherwise

    Mrs. Randolph Guggenheimer, Editor The following letter which the Woman’s page received a short while ago seems to me so worthwhile that I am including it in this column: My dear Mrs. Guggenheimer: While recently in Washington I had tea with a very delightful Japanese lady. You must imagine her as an English University graduate… More ▸

  • Stadium Maps Varied Program for Concerts, Operas This Week

    Eugene Ormandy will conduct the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra at the Lewisohn Stadium in all-Viennese program tonight. The first half will be devoted to Schubert, offering the “Rosamunde” Overture and the Eighth Symphony; the second half to Johann Strauss, including the “Fledermaus” Overture, the “Tales from the Vienna Woods,” the Blue Danube waltzes and several shorter… More ▸

  • Reversal of Stavsky Conviction Ends Stirring Cause Celebre

    The acquittal by the Palestine appeals court of Abraham Stavsky on the charge of having murdered Dr. Chaim Arlosoroff, head of the political department of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and outstanding Laborite leader in Palestine, brings to a close a cause celebre which has stirred the Jewish world to its very foundations and caused… More ▸

  • German Jewish Press Praises Otto Warburg

    The German Jewish newspapers here today celebrated the seventy-fifth birthday of Otto Warburg, scientist, with long articles paying tribute to his tireless activities on behalf of Jews and the Zionist cause. More ▸

  • Knopf Will Gives Fund for Students

    The Jewish Daily Bulletin classified columns have been used most successfully. Try them for yourself. Isador Knopf, in a will filed for probate yesterday devoted a large portion of his estate to a fund for the benefit of Jewish students. The fund, to be known as the Isador and Flora Memorial Scholarship Fund, will provide… More ▸

  • Nazi Paper Calls Reich Stand on Race Policy ‘misunderstood’

    his chief backer, Lord Rothermere, the powerful newspaper publisher. “Of all four points in Mosley’s reply to Lord Rothermere,” the Beobachter states, “we are chiefly interested in that concerning the Jews. For the first time Mosley clearly states his attitude on the Jewish question.” The Beobachter presents the Mosley-Rothermere quarrel as chiefly a quarrel about… More ▸

  • Kosher Dealer Held for Sale of Unlabeled Meat

    Samuel Gitlin, head of a kosher meat concern, was held Wednesday on $200 bail for Special Sessions charged with selling falsely labeled meat. George Ringler, a supervisor for the State Department of Agriculture and Markets, testified before Magistrate Jonah J. Goldstein in Jefferson Market Court that he saw one of Gitlin’s trucks deliver four unmarked… More ▸

  • ‘epic’ Musical Director

    Leo Kopp, musical director of the pageant, the “Epic of a Nation,” which will be presented in Soldier Field, Chicago, as a climax to Jewish Community Day at a Century of Progress. Mr. Kopp is arranging the musical background of the production and will direct the seventy-five piece symphony orchestra and the chorus of 500… More ▸

  • Poet’s Services Postponed

    The meeting of the Histadruth Ivrith to hold memorial services for Chaim Nachman Bialik last night, was postponed until August 2. At that date the society will gather at the Pennsylvania Hotel, Seventh avenue and Thirty-second street. More ▸

  • Society Notes

    Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Lewisohn gave a dinner at their estate in Harrison, N. Y., on Tuesday evening. Among their guests were Mr. Lewisohn’s father, Adolph Lewisohn, Mr. and Mrs. Wilhelm Kiorboe, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Lockwood, Mr. Franklin P. Adams (F. P. A.) and Mrs. Adams, Mr. George Hellman, Mr. Bertram Fox, Mrs…. More ▸