British Labor Movement Backs Zionist Endeavors, Party Leaders Declare

(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The British Labor movement, in all its factions, is backing the Zionist movement, leaders of the British Labor Party declared at a banquet given Saturday night in honor of the Palestine Workers’ Delegation, at one of the East End halls.

Harry Gosling, M. P. for White-chapel and former government member in the Labor Cabinet acted as toastmaster. The entire labor movement is behind the movement to upbuild Palestine. Mr. Gosling stated, adding that a “Working Palestine Society” was organized in London to aid the aspirations of the Jewish workers in Palestine.

Mr. John Scur, Labor M. P. for Stepney, in his address drew a parallel between the Irish and the Jews. Both people, he stated, are taking control after many years of their own countries.

Mr. Ben Zvi and Mr. Dov Hos responded to the addresses in behalf of the Palestine labor movement, declaring that what the Jewish workers are concerned with in Palestine is to establish there a true Jewish life, not of a middle-class but of working

Congregation B’nai Yohuda, of Woodside, N.Y., will lay the cornerstone of its new synagogue on July 29. The bendiction upon the stone will be pronounced by the Rev. Bernard Zalon of the Congregation Zichron Ephraim of Manhattan.

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