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W. Dinkelspiel, well-known San Francisco attorney, was re-elected president of the Young Men’s and Young Women’s Hebrew Association of San Francisco, at the annual meeting last week. Mrs. M. S. Koshland and Robert Levison were re-elected vice-presidents. Edward I. Sugarman and Louis H. Blumenthal were chosen to serve second terms as treasurer and secretary, respectively.

The Chief of Police of Jassy admitted today that the Jassy police were passive during this week’s disturbances at Jassy.

The Chief of Police declared that from the emotional viewpoint the excess of youthful enthusiasm is pardonable, but from the social viewpoint it is impossible for the authorities to stand by passively and watch the infringement upon the law.

The “Dimeneatza” criticizes the passivity of the police and deplores the tendency on the part of the authorities to shift the blane whenever disturbances occur.

Professor Sherban, Undersecretary of State for Minorities, at a press conference today stressed the principles of Juliu Mamu, National Peasant Leader and former Premier, with regard to the minorities and condemned the forcible Koumanization of the population.

In a statement to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Undersecretary Sherban declared that he is maintaining contact with Jewish organizations. He stressed his own sympathy for Zionism and declared that the Jewish people are entitled to the right of self-determination together with all other nations.

W. Dinkelspiel, well-known San Francisco attorney, was re-elected president of the Young Men’s and Young Women’s Hebrew Association of San Francisco, at the annual meeting last week. Mrs. M. S. Koshland and Robert Levison were re-elected vice-presidents. Edward I. Sugarman and Louis H. Blumenthal were chosen to serve second terms as treasurer and secretary, respectively.

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