Jassy (Mar. 20)
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
An appeal to Jewish public opinion against the continuous anti-Semitic terror of Roumanian students was issued here yesterday by the Jewish Students Association, a body of Jewish students attending the University of Jassy.
“The situation here is much more dangerous than is known. Attendance at the university means endangering the lives of Jewish students. It is dangerous for them to pass through the streets. Even Jewish girl students are being attacked by the anti-Semitic students. Ten were seriously wounded and the rest were injured.
The appeal concludes: “Jewish brethren, protect our rights to study. Guard our lives while attending our university.”
IMMIGRATION BILLS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED AT THIS CONGRESS SESSION, IN REPORT OF NEW YORK MERCHANTS
It is unlikely that any of the immigration measures now pending in Congress will be considered during the present session of Congress according to the Service Bulletin of the Merchants’ Association of New York of March 19th.
The Bulletin declares that information has been received from the Chairman of the House Committee on Immigration Representative Albert Johnson to that effect.