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  • Complete Plans to Bring 250 Children Here

    Arrangements have been completed for emigration to America of 250 German Jewish children, it was announced yesterday by Dr. Solomon Lowenstein, chairman of the German Jewish Children’s Aid Incorporated. The first group of twenty will sail from Germany shortly. Present plans provide that these children who range from six to fifteen years of age, will… More ▸

  • Bralans Has the Honor to Present Georg Bernhard Europe’s Most Distinguished Editor

    For 17 years Editor of the “Vossische Zeitung,” Germanys oldest and most important newspaper. At present Editor of the “Pariser Tageblatt.” One of the most colorful figures of pre-Hitler Germany, Dr. Bernhard played a triple role in her destiny as Journalist, Statesman and Economist. Among the first 33 listed to be deprived of their citizenship… More ▸

  • Former Governor Cox Speaks at Opening of Dayton Fund Drive

    James M. Cox, former Governor of Ohio, and Rabbi Ferdinand Isserman of St. Louis were the principal speakers, together with Rabbi Louis Witt of this city, at the formal opening at the Hotel Biltmore here tonight of a campaign to raise funds to aid German Jews. Tonight’s function, presided over by Joseph Thal, chairman of… More ▸

  • Elect Rabbi Schoenfeld to Heights Center Pulpit

    The Jewish Center of University Heights announces the election of Rabbi Edward Schoenfeld to its pulpit. Rabbi Schoenfeld who is a graduate of New York University and the Jewish Theological Seminary, was formerly the spiritual leader of the Hebrew Institute of Mamaroneck. More ▸

  • Cantor’s Son Radio Singer

    Arthur Murray, “the singing apothecary” of radio station station WNEW, is a former member of the choir at Hackensack Synagogue, where his father was cantor. His real name is Morris Arthur Bernard. More ▸

  • Pioneer Women to Convene

    Chicago members of the Pioneer Women’s Organization are preparing for the organization’s fifth convention, to be held here September 26 to 30. More ▸

  • Goering Seen Frowning on Streicher and Stuermer

    Suppression of Der Stuermer by the Gestapo, Nazi secret police headed by Premier Hermann Wilhelm Goering of Prussia, was regarded here as an indication that Goering himself approves the campaign against Streicher. This is the third time in recent weeks that the anti-Semitic weekly has been suppressed. Added reason for inferring the disapproval of Goering… More ▸

  • Note Palestine Surplus

    The Palestine government had a surplus of £3,215,000 on July 31 of this year, officials of the treasury department announced today. More ▸

  • The Bulletin’s Day Book

    If anyone in the future makes the accusation against the Jewish Daily Bulletin that it does not print news that places Jews in an unfavorable light, one need only point to the item that appeared on page one of Tuesday’s paper. “The entire Jewish population of Merrylee, in Scotland, will celebrate the Jewish New Year… More ▸

  • Robert Oppenheimer Funeral Services Held

    Funeral services for Robert Oppenheimer, former Republican leader of the Seventeenth Assembly District, who died Sunday of a heart ailment in Bellevue Hospital, were held yesterday in the Park West Funeral Chapel. Burial was in Mount Carmel Cemetery, Brooklyn. Oppenheimer had undergone an operation at Bellevue shortly before his death. He was seventy-five years old. More ▸