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Jewish Morning Journal Resumes Publication Today Under Reorganized Management

August 30, 1951
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The Jewish Morning Journal, oldest Yiddish newspaper in New York which has suspended publication for the past four months because of negotiations in connection with a change of management, will resume publication tomorrow.

An announcement to this effect was made today by Benjamin Glazer, chairman of the newly organized Associated Jewish Journal Inc. The new management will be headed by Benjamin G. Browdy, president of the Zionist Organization of America. David L. Mekler will resume his pest as Editor-in-Chief. Harnis L. Selig is executive vice-president.

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