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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - November 29, 1946, Indianapolis, IndianaFriday november 29, 1946the National jewish Post pase three new state offer acceptable says paper Silver. Bevin Confer for second time within week . Head was invited after returning to Cleveland my a tub Feler Ruptic Agency new York or. Abba Hillel Silver president of the Zoa met with British foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin for the second time within a week it was reliably Learned Here. Or. Silver came from Cleveland at the invitation of Bevin conveyed to him by lord Inverchapel British ambassador to the . Lord Inverchapel was the Only other person present at both conferences which took place in Bevin a suite at the Waldorf Astoria hotel. Or. Silver has been unavailable for comment on these conferences but it is reliably reported that the discussions were devoted to a clarification of the Palestine situation and were conducted in a Friendly atmosphere. There was a full and Frank Exchange of views Between the foreign Secretary and the zionist Leader. In zionist circles these talks were reported As Quot highly significance is attached to the fact that the meetings followed each other closely and that or. Silver had come on the invitation of the British statesmen who were apparently eager to discuss the political situation with the Leader of american zionist organization who had been most outspoken in his appraisal of British policies. Byrnes meets with zionist leaders world wide new service new York it was disclosed Here that american zionist leaders met and conferred on Friday nov. 22, with Secretary of state Byrnes following two meetings held within the past week Between British foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin and or. Abba Hillel Silver american zionist Leader. Participating in the conference were or. Silver. Or. Stephen s. Wise and or. Nahum Goldman. Or. Silver said the meeting was held with a knowledge of British foreign Secretary Bevin. Although he refused to divulge the nature of the conversations informed circles Here say that a full and Frank Exchange of views on the Palestine question had taken place on each occasion. To include 1500 Square Miles and . Denies charge non jews can to study in Palestine Palestine conference special. New York though a considerable number of american jewish veterans have enrolled in the hebrew University in Jerusalem and the hebrew technical College at Haifa Palestine under the . Bill of rights the question of Faith does not enter into the consideration of the veterans administration when it gives or withholds its approval from a certain institution at which a Veteran chooses to enrol. This was the reply made by postponed Reposh a. L. Combes director of Educa jew it Rte to Phil a tion and training service for London the Palestine con vocational rehabilitation of the Ference scheduled to resume on veterans administration in dec. 16, is Likely to be postponed Washington to rabbi Aryeh until january it is reported Here. Lev director of the committee on army and Navy religious a the report states that Many Tivi ties of the National jewish 1< a prs Arp anxious that welfare Board. Rabbi lev had the conference not be resumed called the attention of the veterans Bureau to a news item which reported that the Rev. Or. Francis j. Bloodgood representative in Jerusalem of the protestant episcopal Church in the until after conclusion of the world zionist Congress which will probably end in the last week of december. Home $2,500 Short in Gamble with $5,000 special Miami a. A the newest wrinkle in raising funds in Tlle jewish groups is that of the iew1sh Home for the aged Here. Gambling on $�,000 the institution sent 5,000 letters each with a Dollar Bill stating that if the recipient needs the Dollar a More than the aged to keep it a thus far the Home has had about 500 replies each with the original dollars enclosed and an additional $2,000 in contributions. Anti semitic posters appear a Minnesota special Minneapolis a anti semitic posters bearing the i scrip Henry Morgenthau or. Henry Morgenthau sr., Dies at the age of 90 special new York leading jewish organizations in the United states have sent their condolences to the family of Henry Morgen Thau sr., former . Ambassador to Turkey and father of former Secretary of the Treasury Henry mor Genth Quot jr., who died Here last monday at the age of 90. At the funeral services held on wednesday in Temple Emanuel speakers paid tribute to or. Morgenthau a achievements in american civic and political life and to his jewish activities. In 1919 the elder Morgenthau represented president Wilson on a commission which investigated the condition of jews in Poland following world War i. He was the american ambassador to Turkey from 1913 to 1916 and in 1923 he headed a commission which supervised the rehabilitation of a million greek refugees in Asia minor. Or. Morgenthau was born in Germany and was brought to this part of Negev Irwi Fth Agency London the English language jewish Standard carries a Story this week stating that it has Learned that the government has offered the jewish Agency a scheme for the creation of a jewish state which would take in the i,.500 mile coastal Plain offered in the Morrison plan and part of the Negev. The Standard says that the Agency after consultation with members in Britain and Palestine informed the government that the proposal was acceptable. Moshe Shapiro a member of the Agency executive who has just arrived Here from Palestine denied that any partition offer had been received from the government. Tion Quot All Honor to Minneapolis Cou a he 9. He be another reason for postpone capital of anti semitism re Camp a Waif by lawyer and read nent is the fact that Many of the gently appeared on the University Developer and also a u. S. A., had complained that British and Arab delegates arc in of Minnesota Campus for the Sec h a a to nil or while jews Are allowed to study a show York attending the United a us time during this Scholastic in palestinian hebrew ins Titu nations Assembly and cannot be year. University authorities Are tons Christian veterans who would like to go to Palestine to study for the ministry were not being aided in this respect by the veterans administration. Back in England by dec. 16. Investigating. Rabbi Witkin honoured . Panama director of banking insurance and Industrial enterprises. He was Active in a number of civic and Phil Samuel l. Scheiner executive anthropic movements jewish As director of the Minnesota jewish Well As general. Council called the attention of _ University officials to these signs the first of which appeared about Henry Monsky president of rabbi Nathan Witkin repro tentative of the National jewish a my Quot the Abs a a whup it a vice b Nai b my presided at the open welfare Board Job in Panama pro a Conj 0i a University. And ing session of the National con fitted he was disturbed by the Ference for the prevention and appearance of the placards. Control of juvenile delinquency. Joshua loth Liebmann a Quot peace of Panama canal zone in 1937 As mind Quot which has led Best sell army and Navy of Prusen Tatje of ing non fiction for the past month in the weekly Survey compiled in 24 cities Over the coun try. Jewish authors books Lead Best Sellers books by two jewish authors canal zone since 1937 has Reed the Best Sellers listed in the Cei ved the Basic civilian service new York times this week. They Emblem from the War depart not us d Dot ii dept ii Imit cd pfc ii Are a East River by Sholom Asch ment. D ha1 15 Iii 1x1 jaw lox heading the fiction lists and Rabb Witkin arrived n the of College students at 1,500 schools special Washington d. b Nai b Rith vocational service Bureau Hac begun its decennial Cense a of jewish College students. And questionnaires have been sent to All institutions of higher education in the United states and Canada. The census seeks information on control location size and Type of student body of each of about 1,500 institutions. Data Are requested on total registration and Jewth enrolment by sex As Well As for veterans evening and graduate students and arts and sciences registrants. The questionnaire also provides for data on total and jewish enrolment in each of a Fields of study. A similar study successfully completed ten years ago by the b Nai b Rith Hillel research Bureau showed that jewish students represented 9.1 percent of american College students. While there was one College student to every 110 persons in the american population american jewry had one College student to every 42. Eight percent of the schools enrolled 90 percent of the jewish students. Kahm Bonlak s daughter weds the Ocean Park the Job which has been conducting a program for jewish servicemen t he r e since 1917, when it undertook the Job at the request of the Wilson administration. Byrnes meets with zionists jew Foh telegraphic Agency new York nov. 25�?it was disclosed today that american zionist leaders met and conferred this morning with Secretary of state James f. Byrnes following two meetings held within the past week Between British foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin and or. Abba Hillel Silver american zionist Leader. The participants in this mornings conference were or. Abba Hillel Silver and or. Stephen s. Wise joint chairmen of the american zionist emergency Council both of whom Are leaving shortly for Basle Switzerland to attend the world zionist Congress. They were accompanied by or. Nahum Goldman member of the executive of the jewish Agency for Palestine. The to conferences Between or. Silver and the British foreign Secretary took place on november 14 and november 20 in or. Bevin s suite at the Walcott Astoria hotel Headquarters of the Council of foreign ministers and each discussion lasted approximately one hour. Lord Inverchapel British ambassador to the United states was the Only other person present on both occasions. This mornings meeting with Secretary of state Byrnes was held with the knowledge of the British foreign Secretary who had been apprised of it during his second meeting with or. Silver held at or. Bevin a invitation. Or. Silver has made no statement or comment regarding the nature of the three conversations but it is understood that on each occasion there was a full and Frank Exchange of views on the Palestine question. Special Brooklyn Way jewish Center was the set rabbi Unger director Ting for the marriage of miss Naomi Bosniak daughter of rabbi Siuty committee and mrs. Jacob Bosniak to or. Rabbi Jerome Unger former Robert Jean Rosenzweig also of chaplain of the United states Brooklyn. Or. Israel h. Levi thai military Academy at West Point of the Eastern Parkway jewish As been named executive dime. Tor of the committee on Unity Center performed the ceremony for Palestine he succeeds rabbi assisted by the father of the Arthur j. Lelyveld who recently Bride. Resigned. Teacher shortage blamed in Canada Toronto ont. A the acute shortage of hebrew teachers in Canada is hampering the opening of additional schools members of the executive of the Canadian association of hebrew schools were told last week at their annual meeting held Here. S. Lerner newly appointed executive director disclosed that plans were presently being formulated for the opening of a Day school in Ottawa times As Many paid subscribers As any other jewish paper published in Indiana
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