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  • Many Faiths Plan to Observe Celebration of Holy Day Rites

    A celebration of the Jewish New Year by adherents of various other religions will be held next Tuesday night at 8:15 o’clock at Grace Episcopal Church, Broadway and Tenth street, under the auspices of the World Fellowship of Faiths, it was announced yesterday. Observance of Rosh Hashonah by non-Jews was inaugurated in New York by… More ▸

  • Bert Lytell and Phil Green to Produce New Lavery Play

    Bert Lytell and Phil Green have formed a new producing firm and will offer as their initial production a play by Emmet Lavery, “The First Legion,” which will open in New York October 1. Rehearsals will start today under the direction of Anthony Brown, with the following cast: Charles Coburn, Pedro de Cordoba, Whitford Kane,… More ▸

  • Name Rabbi David Wice Head of Omaha Temple

    Rabbi Frederick Cohn, for more than thirty years spiritual head of Temple Israel, was made rabbi emeritus of the congregation and Rabbi David H. Wice, who came here last year as associate rabbi, was elected his successor at the annual meeting held here Sunday. More ▸

  • Catholics Launch Conversion Drive

    The municipal government of Vienna dismissed a number of Jewish physicians and other workers. The Christian Socialist party, leading group in the present coalition government, has openly demanded the complete elimination of all Jews from public and professional life in Austria, without “the violence employed in Germany.” According to recent reports, suicides among the impoverished… More ▸

  • Shabbatai Levy Slated As Vice-mayor of Haifa

    Shabbatai Levy, one of four Jewish councilmen in the city council, will be chosen vice-mayor, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency learned today. Levy will be the first Jewish vice-mayor in fifteen years. The mayor, however, will be a Moslem as usual. More ▸

  • News Brief

    Fast day observed by Jewish communities in Rumania together with all other communities of the world; all Jewry mourns Palestine dead. More ▸

  • Polish Boys’ School Reported Successful in ‘state’ Experiment

    Keep up with Jewish news by reading the Jewish Daily Bulletin, only English-language Jewish daily newspaper Jewish boys in Wilno, Poland, are completing the fifth year of operation of their unique school as “a state in miniature,” the Gdynia-America Line announced yesterday. Completely self-governed, the institution is said to be producing remarkable results and educators… More ▸

  • The Human Touch

    There is a man in New York who is living a perfectly sinless double life. That sounds like a contradiction in terms but it isn’t. A double life is lived usually by the kind of man who maintains his wife on Main street and his mistress on a by-treet. But this man lives the kind… More ▸

  • The Nations in Review . . . . . Austria

    Following is another of a series of twelve specially prepared articles reviewing the present status of Jewry in the world’s most important nations, with the coming of the New Year. Another one will appear tomorrow A difficult and unwholesome year is now passing for Austrian Jewry. None among the oldest Jewish inhabitants of Vienna remembers… More ▸

  • Addresses Appeal Unit

    Mrs. I. W. Lippman, president of the women’s division of the Bronx section of the United Jewish Appeal, was the principal speaker at a meeting yesterday at the home of Mrs. Saul Selkin, 960 Grand Concourse. The purpose of the meeting was to spur ticket sales for the Appeal’s “Night of Stars” at the Polo… More ▸