Jerusalem (Oct. 26)
Resolutions reiterating the demands being put forward by Palestine Arabs were adopted by several dozen Moslem and Chris- (Continued on Page 4)
tian women who met this morning at the home of Auni Abdul Hadi, one of the secretaries of the Arab Executive.
The collective punishment ordinance and the new regulations at the Wailing Wall were objected to in the resolutions adopted. The withdrawal of Attorney General Norman Bentwich from his post was asked.
The planned women’s street demonstration was prohibited, but a small delegation called on the High Commissioner, Sir John Chancellor, leaving with him the resolution adopted.
A new Temple Centre building was dedicated by Temple Beth Zion of Buffalo, N. Y. during the past holiday season. This dedication also marked the fifteenth anniversary of the original Temple Centre.
The new building contains sixteen classrooms and an enlarged auditorium with a seating capacity for eight hundred. The new structure was erected at a cost of $200,000.
A drive for membership was launched by twenty-six Reform Temples in New York and vicinity. The drive is being directed by the Metropolitan Association of Reform Congregations.
David A. Brown was the principal speaker at the Religious School Rally held at the New York Hippodrome yesterday when the membership campaign was inaugurated.
Isaac Cansino, a prominent member of the Jewish community of Manchester. Eugland, died recently. Mr. Cansino, who was in his fifty-first year, was a nephew of the late R. I. Belisha, one of the protagonists of the Manchester Ship Canal scheme in its earliest days. He was president of the Manchester Schechita Board, an elder of his community, and a member of the Jewish Board of Deputies.