Syracuse (Sep. 30)
Lieutenant-Governor Herbert H. Lehman was renominated today for Lieutenant-Governor of New York by the Democratic State Convention meeting here today. Lieutenant-Governor Lehman is completing his first term, having been elected in 1928. For the last two years Lieutenant-Governor Lehman has served as Acting-Governor on a number of occasions. Lieutenant-Governor Lehman, formerly a prominent banker, is actively connected with many of the most prominent ewish organizations in the country. He is vice-chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, vice-president of the Palestine Economic Corporation and active in the work of the Jewish Agency. He was one of the principal speakers at the meeting in Washington, last March, which led to the launching of the Allied Jewish Campaign.
He is also a director of the Hebrew Sheltering and Guardian Society and of the Bureau of Jewish Social Research.