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  • The Bulletin’s Day Book

    If the Germans are nothing else, they’re original. While over here on this side of the salty water, our Secretary of Agriculture Wallace is having nightmares on how to solve the desperate farm problem, over in the Third Reich their Agriculture Minister Darre has simply snapped his fingers and presto! the farmers are going to… More ▸

  • American Aid to Kin in Latvia Decreases

    During the past year American Jews have sent their relatives in Latvia only one-third as much money as in former years, a bulletin published by the government statistical bureau, reveals. While sums received here in the past have often totalled $1,500,000 they amounted to only $500,000 last year, the report indicates. More ▸

  • Now- Editorial Notes

    The former Premier of Greece, Eleutherios Venizelos, is reported to have joined the anti-Semitic ranks. According to reports from Salonica he is heading an anti-Jewish ticket in the forthcoming election and is said to have declared: “I do not wish Jews to vote for me. I desire only Greek votes.” Venizelos was considered one of… More ▸

  • A College Girl Visits the Soviet and Finds It Woefully Wanting

    What does the younger generation think about in its more serious moments? Recently the Jewish Daily Bulletin ran a series of vigorous, two-fisted articles by William B. Ziff, a mature representative of the younger generation. (Mr. Ziff is thirty-six.) Today, the Jewish Daily Bulletin presents an article by Miss Estelle Krasne, a member of the… More ▸

  • Jews and Christians to Mark ‘loyalty Days’ This Weekend

    Keep up with Jewish news by reading ### Jewish Daily Bulletin, only English-###age Jewish daily newspaper. “Loyalty Days” will be observed in synagogues and churches throughout the nation this Saturday and Sunday by Jews and Christians, assembled “for renewed dedication to God,” the National Committee for Religion and Welfare Recovery announced yesterday. The committee, of… More ▸

  • 119 Win Scholarships

    Whether it’s local, domestic or foreign if it’s news about Jewish life you’ll find it in the Jewish Daily Bulletin. Among 331 scholarship winners at Columbia University for the academic year 1934-5 were 119 Jewish students, according to Dr. Frank D. Fackenthal, university secretary. Whether it’s local, domestic or foreign if it’s news about Jewish… More ▸

  • Drama Unit Hears Le Breton

    Flora Le Breton, stage and screen actress, long known as “the English Mary Pickford,” addressed the forum of the Hebrew Dramatic Society of Washington Heights last night. Miss Le Breton, who is starring in “The Chinese Nightingale” at the Theatre of Young America, spoke on the subject, “The New York Stage vs. the London Stage.” More ▸

  • German Jewish Refugees Furnish Work for Dutch

    About 4,500 Dutch workers have found employment in over a hundred large and small factories established by German Jewish refugees in Holland, it is announced here today by the Committee for Economic Research. The committee, which made a special study of industries founded by German Jewish refugees from April 1 to September, has established that… More ▸

  • Fear Will Win Saar for Nazis, Marley Investigator Indicates

    If residents of the Saar could be led to believe there really will be a secret ballot in the forthcoming plebiscite, they would vote in favor of continued League of Nations jurisdiction there, declares William O. Thompson, American representative on the Saar investigation committee, headed by Lord Marley, who returned here yesterday aboard the S…. More ▸

  • In Red Cross Drive

    Irving May, who has directed and participated in many civic affairs here, has accepted the chairmanship of the approaching annual roll call of the Richmond chapter, American Red Cross. The drive opens October 14 and ends October 24. More ▸