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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 21, 1938, Indianapolis, IndianaPage two the jewish Post Friday october 21, 1938lehman warns u. S. Italians against Bias injustice hurts soul of America 35,000 Are told by jewish telegraphic Agency new York addressing an outdoor Columbus Day rally of 35,000 italians who had been shouting a a Vivas for Premier Benito Mussolini governor Lehman last week warned against giving Quot set vie. To any political philosophy which denies Equality to certain races and to certain religions and encourages persecution of those who differ with the dominant Quot this country was founded by pioneers who came Here to escape political and religious persecution a he asserted. Quot it has been built up and developed by men and women of Many races Many nationalities Many creeds. America has been great because America has rendered Justice to All. America will remain great so Long As it recognizes that a denial of Freedom and Opportunity to one group affects every group that injustice to a single individual May not be tolerated without injury to the soul and spirit of meanwhile establishment of a mediation committee to Settle matters caused by racial discrimination was proposed by Joseph Tigani Consul of the roman Amer lean progressive league in a Telegram to several jewish and a Tallan leaders. He said the majority of italians in America wished racial co operation and announced the league had cabled to Premier Mussolini an Appeal against recent anti semitic decrees. Workers co operate Bostons co operation of jewish and italian workers was illustrated Here when a meeting of lr00u cloak and dress workers voted to Levy a $1 assessment on male members and 50 cents on females Lite proceeds to be divided equally Between the labor committee for Palestine and the Home for italian children. Father Michael j. Ahern Dean of Western College told the meeting the action would go far to Cement Catholic jewish Amity. 7/ua�fa�d Pope in tears by religious news service extent to which the Pope is concerned by anti semitic developments in Italy is indicated according to Vatican officials by a Story appearing in the belgian newspaper Lesoir which describes him As weeping while denouncing italian anti semitism to a delegation of visiting belgian catholics. The published report of the interview which has not been denied by the holy father states that he used the term Quot anti semitism instead of Quot racism a which is the term he usually employs in his Public addresses. Hull pledges u. S. Aid for Palestine continued from Page 1 introduced in the state Senate by senator Ruth. House gets Resolution by jewish telegraphic Agency Resolution signed by a number of representatives protesting the possible action of great Britain to nullify the Balfour declaration was filed in the Massachusetts House of representatives. A. F. L. Expresses concern by jewish telegraphic Agency Houston. Tex. A the concern of the american federation of labor convention Over reports that the British government will limit Palestine jewish immigration was expressed by president William Green in a Telegram to the state department and in Cable to sir Walter Citrine general Secretary of the British trades Union Congress asking assistance in combating any such measure. The convention formally approved the sending of the Cable and Telegram. Or. Green told the convention he favored unrestricted immigration of jews into Palestine according to the provisions of the Balfour declaration and immigration into the United states in conformity with the present quota Laws. Scholars join protest by jewish telegraphic Agency Washington. A a group of world famous writers and scholars telegraphed president Roosevelt appealing to him to indicate to the British government the Quot Earnest Hope Quot that Palestine s door would not be closed Quot in this Day of terrible need for jewish settlement the signers of the Telegram included Thomas Mann. Professor Albert Einstein. Ray Lyman Wilbur Edna st. Vincent Millay Carl Van Doren. Oswald Garrison Vil lard Irwin Edman of Columbia University. Harry Hansen Carl Van Vechten Dorothy Canfield Fisher Sholem Asch and Ludwig Lewisohn. Beer Pius to in wac co. Cor Pratik. Ims Vult. N solons hit plan by jewish telegraphic Agency representatives in Congress from Illinois joined to protest against the plan abandoning the policy of establishing a jewish National Home in Palestine. The Resolution was signed by Ray and s. Mckeough. Arthur w. Mitchell. Harry p. Beam. Thomas j. Of Brien. Adolph j. Sabath. Leonard w. Schuetz. Leo Kocialkowski James Mcandrews Ralph e. Church and Edward a. Kelly. U. S. Italians in 2 meetings Flay ii Duce a policy by religious news service Chelsea mass. A an unusual meeting designed to prevent possible misunderstanding Between jew s and italians in the United states As a result of recent decrees in Italy was held Here. Speakers both jewish and italian disclaimed the recent anti semitic Laws of Italy and emphasized the Friendship of the two groups in America. Speakers were judge Alfred a. Sartorelli assistant attorney general Edward a. Pecce Benjamin Schwalb and Carl Alpert associate editor of the Boston jewish advocate. A mixed audience of Over six Hundred people applauded every reference to italian jewish Goodwill. The italian speakers expressed their disappointment in Mussolini a anti jewish acts and said their people in America could never approve these Steps. The jewish speakers declared that no matter what happened in Italy they would still remain Friendly with italians in America. Brooklyn senators wire Hull by jewish telegraphic Agency new eight u. S. Verdi society hits Bias by religious news service Newark n. of Mussolini a anti jewish policy by italian americans in this City who Are Quot thriving with co operation of a vast majority of the jewish race and Quot aiming toward better understanding among All races was avowed at the 36th anniversary meeting Here of the Giuseppe Verdi society. Anthony r. Finelli president of the local society sent a Telegram to supreme court Justice Cotillo of new York praising the latter a opposition to the anti jewish decrees in Italy. Finelli declared Quot is not congenial to Italo americans of Newark. And we sympathize with efforts of judge Cotillo to procure modification of objectionable policies which we know have been frequently disavowed even in Italy. Quot we Are thriving in this City and with co operation of a vast majority of the jewish race. We Are aiming toward better understanding among All Roth quits As protest by jewish telegraphic Agency London or. Cecil Roth Well known historian and journalist notified the Academia Colombaris of Florence and the Royal historical society of Venice that he is resigning his honorary and corresponding memberships in those societies because of Italy a anti jewish policy. The memberships had been granted or. Roth in recognition of historical studies. Kuhn issues statement by jewish telegraphic Agency Washington a statement de fending the German american bund and declaring it has no poll Tica financial or other ties to the Oer Man government signed by bund a fuehrer Fritz Kuhn has been sent to All members of Congress and it was announced that 0,00� copies would be mailed to business and political leaders throughout the country. English Leader ill by jewish telegraphic Agency Paris sir Robert Ludwig mond English scientist and jewish Leader was taken to Paris from Dinard to see a specialist. Sir Robert who is 71 years old is seriously ill suffering from gastric ulcers. He is chairman of the jewish Council for boycotting German goods and services treasurer of the Palestine exploration fund and of the British school of archaeology. Representatives from Brooklyn representing a constituency of 2,750,000 persons held a meeting and telegraphed president Roosevelt and Secretary of state Hull urging american intervention with Britain to safeguard the internationally guaranteed pledges to the jews on Palestine. Representative Hamilton fish of new York took similar action. More groups protest by jewish telegraphic Agency new organizations continued to join the protest movement against any curtailment of the jewish Homeland by sending messages to the British and the United states government. Among the latest of the organizations to Send such messages were the Central conference of american rabbis Hadassah the free sons of Israel the United galician jews of America and the jewish National workers Alliance. Thrifty Comfort in Indianapolis in a deluxe rooms with inner Spring mattresses bed lamp door lamps and All Wool blankets. Facing state Capitol on us 40 a 31. A Block from Center of town. R deluxe rooms with Bath from ?>d0uble, other rooms a deluxe rooms have venetian Blind inner Spring mattresses bed lamps Reading lamps comfortable furnishings. One Block West of Post office a Block bom traction bus depot. Jewish linemen predominate in october games by Morris Weiner by jewish telegraphic Agency new York.�?1938 will provide More than its share of Topnotch jewish linemen. Already there Are rave notices on Swiadon Captain and tackle at n. Y. U. Jerry Stein Captain and Pivot Man at c. C. N. Y. And Stambler Captain and tackle at Washington. But jews Are not favouring the tackle posts especially this season. From end to end they stretch in a solid Phalanx of strength and Power. Finklestein of Brown Alexander of Trinity and Green of Harvard Are three of the fastest win men in the East. Spector of Navy Schoenbaum of Ohio state Siegel of Michigan Graff of Lafayette Alexander of Trinity brother to the end Zimmerman of Centenary. Roth of Cornell Levine of Tennessee Are All Stellar tackles and guards. Katz at Temple Becker at. Pennsylvania and Cohen of Mississippi Are rated Topflight Pivot men. And there Are others fired erg of f. And m. Rosenblatt of n. Y. U. Jules Fogel of the fighting Irish of notre Dame Pollock of Penn state and Pollock of p. M. C. We could go on and on. These men will receive their True ratings in the All Star selections made by the Many press organizations throughout the land at the close of the season. Regardless of whether a Chap makes one of these mythical teams on the a. P., u. A. I. N. S. Or the various newsreel services he a got to be Good to get there and its our guess that there will be More than one jewish lineman on every one of these Al Star line ups. Speaking of linemen must bring to mind the name of Joe Alexander. The first jewish football player in the line to crash through the Gate of footballs immortals an All american. Two Enty years ago today Joe was acting Captain of the Syracuse team in 1918 when the Orange was a National Power. Joe was the mainspring of a line which carried Syracuse to victories Over All Coni ers but Michigan. The following season with Alexander the Captain continued on last Page Arco Tvelt one every Comfort at this Modem fireproof hotel in the heart of downtown Jacksonville. Every room with tub and Shower soil water radio. Every bed with innerspring mattress and Reading lamp. Running ice water on every floor. A popular priced cocktail lounge and Coffee shop other i. 9. Pound Houle Motel Patten y hotel Desoto hat Tanooka Savannah

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