Brussels (Oct. 11)
Baron Henry Lambert, 42, a well-known philanthropic and civic worker who died here recently, was buried today with honors accorded military heroes. He achieved fame in the Belgian Army during the War for bravery under fire.
Among the mourners who came to pay tribute was a personal representative of King Albert; James Rothschild and Mrs. Rothschild as well as other outstanding persons who have achieved fame in finance or Army affairs.
Baron Lambert was vice-president of the Jewish communities. He was noted for his keen interest in Jewish affairs and made many important contributions to Jewish and other institutions. He was generally considered the leading Jewish personality in Belgium.