The Hitler regime in Germany has come to stay and while it is in power there is no hope for the Jews in the Reich, Stanley High, noted publicist, declared Thursday night at a reception tendered him by the advisory council of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency at the Hotel Commodore. Mr. High recently returned from Germany where he studied conditions in preparation for a series of articles for the Literary Digest.
The only hope of moderation in the anti-Semitic policies of the Nazis, he declared, lies in international pressure from without Germany. Hitler, he said, will never relax in his anti-Semitism. Frank A. Weil, New York attorney and chairman of the advisory council, presided at the reception.
A resolution expressing appreciation to the United States State Department and gratitude to George S. Messersmith, consul general, and Raymond H. Geist, consul at Berlin, for their efforts in securing the reopening of the Berlin offices of