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  • Italian Line Schedules Trip to Mediterranean, Holy Land

    The Italian Line, in a new winter and sping program, has scheduled four cruises to the Mediterranean, the Holy Land and Egypt, two of them aboard the Atlantic’s newest liners, the Conte di Savoia and the Rex, it was announced yesterday by Arnoldo Palanca, general manager of the line. More ▸

  • The Human Touch by Arthur Garfield Hays

    During the absence on vacation of the conductor of this column, Harry Salpeter, prominent guest conductors will pinch hit for him.—Ed. Not very long ago I attended a meeting of protest against the cruel treatment of Jews by the Hitler regime in Germany. The first speaker, a rabbi, pointed out to the audience that the… More ▸

  • First Parley of Soviet Jewish Writers Ends at Moscow

    The first all-Soviet conference of Soviet Jewish writers closed here today after having been in session for four days, Joseph Apotasha, American writer now on a tour of the Soviet Union, was a guest of the conference. More ▸

  • Tennis Winners to Compete in Minneapolis Tournament

    Three Jewish tennis champions, winners of top honors in the Buffalo Evening News-Municipal net tournaments, will represent Buffalo in the National Public Parks tennis tournament in Minneapolis. They are Leo Kronman, Buffalo men’s single champion; Louis Schaefer, mixed doubles champion and Kasael Peck off, men’s doubles champion. More ▸

  • Knit Strike Affects 3 More Factories

    Three knitting mills which attempted to open despite the strike of the Knit Goods Workers’ Union, called last Wednesday, were closed yesterday when visited by picketing committees which instructed workers to walk out. A conference will be held today between strike leaders and employers at the office of Ben Golden, executive secretary of the Regional… More ▸

  • Rabbi Will Appear in Court Today in Charity Racket Case

    Rabbi Jacob Bienefeld will appear in the First District Magistrate’s Court this morning, when the District Attorney’s office will try to show cause why he should be bound over to the Special Sessions Court on a charge of having solicited a charity contribution from Rudy Vallee during a telephone conversation, while using the name of… More ▸

  • The Bulletin’s Day Book

    Well, it was a coincidence. This reporter was in the throes of being visited by a young rabbi friend who had come up for the express purpose of registering a personal protest against a statement to the effect that about half the “meshulachim” of foreign yeshivas and orphan asylums are swindlers. A heated debate ensued…. More ▸

  • Minute Men to Meet

    The Downtown Post No. 4 of the Anti-Nazi Minute Men of America will meet tomorrow night at 8:30 o’clock at Stuyvesant Casino, 140 Second avenue. Edgar H. Burman, commander-in-chief of the national Minute Men organization, and Al Besatnick, organizer of the post, will speak. More ▸

  • Tel Aviv Official Voices Protest Against Use of English and Arabic

    Municipal Councilor Zubarsky, a Laborite member, wants a concerted effort made to maintain and preserve the Hebrew character of Tel Aviv. Speaking before a meeting of the Council, Zubarsky said the printing of posters, shingles, throwaways and invitations in any language other than Hebrew—and English and Arabic, which are also official tongues—was most deplorable. He… More ▸

  • Goebbels Fires Opening Shot in Referendum

    Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels, Nazi Minister of Propaganda, tonight officially launched a six-day campaign of oratorical bombast that is certain to culminate on Aug. 19 in an overwhelming majority vote approving Adolf Hitler’s seizure of presidential powers following the death of Paul von Hindenburg. In his speech the Propaganda Minister declared that next Sunday’s plebiscite… More ▸