(Jewish Daily Bulletin)
The “Dearborn Independent” will suspend publication with its December 26th issue, it was announced yesterday from the executive offices of the Ford Motor Company.
The magazine once had an announced circulation of 700,000. Rather than sell it, Mr. Ford ordered the magazine to refuse further subscriptions. The “Dearborn Independent” was purchased by Mr. Ford early in 1919.
A delegation of nine students was appointed at City College, New York, to ask President Frederick B. Robinson to reinstate Alexthough he has with drawn his statements concerning the faculty in connection with his objection to military training at City College. The delegates were selected by more than 150 undergraduates at a meeting of the Social Problems Club. If Dr. Roblngon refuses to reinstate Lifshitz, according to the resolution, the student delegation has been directed to go to Mayor Walker.
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