Warsaw (Aug. 12)
(J. T. A. Mall Service)
The sudden disappearance of a boy about two years of age, nearly caused riots in the summer-resort of Polemic near Warsaw, which is frequented by the professional and intellectual classes of the capital. The parents of the child promptly alleged that he had been kidnapped for ritual purposes by Leizer Ranczo, the son of the local Rabbi, who has a villa adjoining their own. The residents called a meeting and after listening to inflammatory speeches from the Marelewskis, the parents of the missing child, and other agitators, decided to raid Ranczo’s house and force him to give up the child, dead or alive.
The houses of the Jewish residents were searched, their gardens were dug up, and the mob was on the point of lvnching, when a resident on the outskirts of the place came up carrying the lost child who had wandered away to that end of the town.
Mrs. Frleda lang, Jewish social worker of Austria and Jugoslavia, arrived in New York on the steamer France.
Mrs. Lang came to America at the invitation of the Jewish National Fund to deliver a series of lectures before women’s organizations.