State Probe Denied in Rutgers Affair
Menu JTA Search

State Probe Denied in Rutgers Affair

Download PDF for this date

If you’ve got something to sell, an excellent way of selling it is through the columns of the Jewish Daily Bulletin, Call AShland 4-3093 for rates.

Governor Harold G. Hoffman today informed Samuel Untermyer, president of the non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League, that “it would not be fair” to start a legislative inquiry into Nazi activities at the New Jersey College for Women of New Brunswick before the present hearing of the trustees at Rutgers University is concluded.

The hearing in New Brunswick, into charges that Dr. Frederich J. Hauptmann, head of the German department, is spreading Nazism and anti-Semitism, will be resumed tomorrow.

Governor Hoffman welcomed the offer of Mr. Untermyer to furnish information to the inquiry committee of the University’s trustees. He invited Mr. Untermyer to appear before the committee with this information.

If you’ve got something to sell, an excellent way of selling it is through the columns of the Jewish Daily Bulletin, Call AShland 4-3093 for rates.

Founding Funders

The digitization of the JTA Archive would not have been possible without the generous support of the following donors:
  • The Gottesman Fund
  • Righteous Persons Foundation
  • Charles H. Revson Foundation
  • Elisa Spungen Bildner and Robert Bildner, in honor of Norma Spungen
  • George S. Blumenthal
  • Grace and Scott Offen Charitable Fund