Attorney, judge, editor. Born– July 23, 1886, New York City. Parents– Max and Rachel (Haddas) Feidelson. Married– Adeline Brady Falk, November 15, 1916. Children– Three. Education– University of Georgia, A.B., 1906; LL.B., 1908. Admitted to the Georgia Bar, 1908. Practiced law in Savannah; judge of juvenile court, 1915-1919; editor of the Wilmington (N.C.) Star, 1919-1921; Richmond Dispatch, 1921-1922; journalism instructor at the College of William and Mary, 1922-1924; associate editor of the Birmingham Age-Herald, 1925-1935; regional director of the National Labor Relations Board, 1935-1941; associate editor and columnist for the Birmingham News, 1941-1948; taught history at Florence State College, 1948-1949; radio commentator; lecturer; special assistant to the Secretary of Labor, Washington. Died February 11, 1967.


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