London (Aug. 18)
The “London Jewish Chronicle” in its issue of tomorrow will publish an editorial bitterly castigating the world Jewish conference concluded yesterday in Geneva.
The paper calls it “an unfortunate gathering dignified by its promoters with a grandiose title ill corresponding to its unimportant and unrepresentative character.”
“It will shortly pass into the limbo of historical curiosities,” asserts the editorial. “It did not even afford satisfaction to its begetters though they may conceal their chagrin with brave words.
“Nothing substantial was accomplished, nothing effective was even attempted,” says the “London Jewish Chronicle,” “to ameliorate the economic, political and social troubles of world Jewry.
“What can the congress in 1934 do to avert the serious danger to German Jewry in 1932?” the paper asks. “Or to assist the Jewish masses in Eastern and Central Europe to adjust themselves to changed economic circumstances? Or to save Russian Jewry from annihilation? Or even to pro-