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League Council Gives Approval to Mandate Commissions Report

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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The report of the Permanent Mandates Commission on the ## of the mandated ## including Palestine, which was adopted at the Commission’s elevenuh session held in July, was approved without discussion by the Council of the League of Nations.

The Council also decided to send expressions of sympathy to the British government and to the population of Palestine because of the earth quake.

In its reports the Mandates Commission declared itself ## with the information furnished by the British government recommended the continuation of the policy of the immigration in accordance with the capacity of the country’s absorption and asked for more detailed information on the development of the self-governing instructions. The Commission also stated than the mem## the Zionist Organization which provities valuable information calls for no comment on its part. The replice of the Mandatory Power to the points raised in the Zionist memorandum were de## by the Commission to be wholly sartafactory.


Dr. Jodhn H. Finiey will be the principal speaker at the second Commencement Exercises of the Training School for Jewish Social Work, to be held at the Hotel Astor. September 15th it was announced yesterday by {SPAN}##{/SPAN} President of the school.

The class of 1927, the second group to be graduated from the school includes ## representing eight cities in the United States and one city in Canada. In the class are: David Areinof, Brooklyn: Jeanette ##. Winniper; Emanuel ## Lena Farther, Seat## Samuel Leaven, Weissport, Jacob Minviss. Minneapolis; Esther D. Schwatz. Corvallis: Many Joyce Siegel. Portsmouth: Rose Sorkin. Philadelphia and Janec G. Weisman. Minneapolis.

Felix M. Warburg is Chatrman of the Executive Committee of the scholl which was founded in January 1925. Admission to the school is limited to gradnaces of regularly aceredited colleges. The course of study is over a period of fifteen months. Manriee J. Karpf is Director of the school.


The anti-Semitic agination raised by several Irish newspapers in connection with the showing of the Merro-Goldwyn-Mayer film. “The Callahans and the Murphys” is disapproved by “The Mcnitor,” Irish weesdy of New Jersey.

In its rescent issue in am editcrial enniuled “Misdirected Zeal,” the paper states.

“The Jewish Daily Bulletin is right when in its issue of August 28 it poims out the foolishuess of mrning the fight against ‘Stage Irishman’ photo plays into an anti-Jewish campaign. The bulletin quotes from the Jewish Tribune, the Morning Journal and The Day condemning these plays and showing the Jews themselves have often been victins of like earicatures.”

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