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May 5, 1930
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Wanted—Jewish tribune and American Hebrew back number 1928 – 1929 – 1930. Write Box 16, Jewish Daily Bulletin.

Youth in Revolt. By Schmarya Levin. Translated by Maurice Samuel. The second volume of the life of one of the greatest contemporary political leaders of the Jewish people. Splendid picture of a dynamic personality. Harcourt, Brace. $3.50.

Born a Jew. By Boris Bogen. In collaboration with A. Segal. A fascinating autobiography of the late communal worker, which presents at the same time a considerable background of the Jewish people. Published by Macmillan Co.

Jews Without Money. By Michael Gold. Story of Gold’s youth on the East Side, its miseries, loves, pleasures and poverty realistically portrayed. Published by Liveright.

America Looks Abroad. By Paul Mazur, member of the Lehman Brothers banking firm. An unusually interesting study of the economic problems facing the world today. Published by Viking Press.

Martyrs of Hebron. By Rabbi Leo Gottesman. The impressions of a Rabbi who studied at Hebron Yeshivah, prior to the riots, regarding Hebron Jews whom he met and some of whom were later killed or injured in last August’s outbreak.

Wanted—Jewish tribune and American Hebrew back number 1928 – 1929 – 1930. Write Box 16, Jewish Daily Bulletin.

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