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Chicago Anti-nazi Group to Extend Its Activities Throughout Middle-west

Speeches delivered at a mass meeting held in the Chicago Stadium, where Nazi persecutions were assailed and the boycott activities of German-made products were organized, are being published here, according to an announcement made by Dr. Paul Hutchinson, president of the Chicago Committee for the Defense of Human Rights Against Naziism, in an interview with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency here today. The pamphlets will be distributed here and in other large cities.

The committee has opened offices at 30 N. La Salle Street, where Dr. James M. Yard, executive secretary, professor of Political Science at Northwestern University, is in charge. Dr. Hutchinson said that branches of the organization are to be formed throughout the Middle West.