Palestine Press Against Opposition to Z. O. A. Leaders

(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The Palestine Hebrew press publishes lively comments on the controversy within the ranks of American Zionists.

The view is predominantly in disagreement with the opposition’s aims and methods, particular emphasis being laid on the danger that might result to the United Palestine Appeal collections from the oppositional fight.

The “Doar Ha’yom,” Jerusalem daily, observes that “whether Lipsky or the opposition are right, the upbuilding of Palestine will suffer through the controversy.”

The “Davar,” Tel Aviv labor daily, expresses the opinion that the labor elements within the Zionist movement should help the Lipsky-Weizmann party. The labor organ argues that if the American Zionist opposition is successful, it will aim “to destroy the national social basis of the Zionist work.”

The Ha’Aretz, Tel Aviv daily, urges a coalition of all Zionist forces without regard to differences of opinion.

The cooperation of the Milwaukee Public Library was given during Jewish book week. A Jewish book display was held in the literature room.

Specimens of the work of the Jewish Volks Schule, of Milwaukee, were exhibited. Dr. Felix M. Mendelsohn delivered an address in connection with Jewish book week in the lecture room of the library.

The Jewish Welfare Fund drive in Indianapolis exceeded the original quota by more than 10 percent., it was disclosed at a final report luncheon of workers. Pledges and gifts totaled $67,709.50. The goal had been $60,568,39.

Edward A. Kahn was chairman of the drive.

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