Warsaw (Mar. 5)
What seems to be a modus operandi for the removal of the unseemly spectacle of continuous warfare between the various factions in the Zionist movement in Poland was achieved with the signing of an agreement between the Weizmannists, the Gruenbaumists and the Revisionists.
As the result of this agreement, unanimous consent was obtained for the holding of an all-Polish Zionist congress on March 31, for the purpose of bringing about a unification of the movement and its institutions in the Republic.
Under the agreement, the opponents of the extension of the Jewish Agency, principally Deputy Isaac Gruenbaum, are to discontinue their oppositional activities until the forthcoming Zionist Congress this Summer. Other terms of the agreement are:
That the present executive committee consisting of nine be increased to twice that number by the addition of Al Hamishmar (Gruenbaumists) members.
That Leon Lewite, the President of the Zionist Organization in Congress Poland, resign in favor of someone who is neutral in the fight between the Weizmannists and the Greunbaumists, probably Boris Stawski, an attorney.
That the praesidium of the central (Continued on Page 4)
The new executive is to respect the activities of the previous administration.
The agreement was signed in behalf of the Eth Livnoth group by Rosenblatt and M. Hindes; for the Al Hamishmar group by Deputy Gruenbaum, while Mr. Cohen signed for the Revisionists.
Satisfaction was expressed in Zionist circles with the conclusion of the agreement.