47 Leading Jews Join in Appeal for Arms Reduction

Forty-seven leading Jews, men and women, rabbis, educators, social workers, and liberals are among the 1,200 Americans who Sunday signed an appeal to the American delegates to the naval parley in London urging real reduction and not only limitation of armaments. The Jews who signed the appeal as as follows:

Alabama, Rabbi Benjamin B. Goldstein; California, Rabbi Rudolph I. Coffee; Georgia, Mrs. David Nachman; Illinois, Rabbi Louis L. Mann; Indiana, Rabbi S. H. Markowitz; Iowa, Mrs. Max Meyer; Kentucky, Mrs. C. L. Adler; Louisiana, Rabbi Louis Binstock, Rabbi Emil Leipziger; Maine. Ernest Gruening; Maryland, Rabbi Edward I. Israel; Michigan, Fred M. Butzel; Minnesota, Mrs. Arthur Brin; Missouri, Mrs. Milton S. Landau, Rabbi Samuel S. Mayerberg, Rabbi Samuel Thurman; Montana, Rabbi Manuel Steinheim; New Jersey, Rabbi Abraham Holtzberg; New York, Bernard Flexner, Sidney Hillman, Julian W. Mack, Henry Morgenthau, Rose Schneiderman, Lillian Wald, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise; Ohio, Mrs. Henry Bettman, Rabbi Barnett B. Brickner, Rabbi James G. Heller, Mrs. Simon Kuhn, Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver; Pennsylvania, Dr. Cyrus Adler, Rabbi Philip Bookstaver, Judge Horace Stern; South Carolina, Mrs. H. M. Rubin; Tennessee, Mrs. Milton S. Binswanger, Bernard L. Cohn, Louis H. Cohn, Dr. Harry Ettelson, Nell S. Ettelson, Sophie G. Friedman, Dr. Louis Levy. Beatrice Stern, Dr. Newton Stern; Virginia, Rabbi Edward N. Calisch, Rabbi Alex A. Steinbach; Wisconsin, Mrs. Victor L. Berger.

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