Lord Marleyb Will Talk at Ort Meeting
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Lord Marleyb Will Talk at Ort Meeting

Loard Marley, opposition whip in the Hounse of Lords and chairman of the Parliamentary Advisory Council of the British ORT, will be the guest at a reception tendered him by the Peoples’ ORT Federation and the Women’s American ORT, Tusday evening, February 27, at the Hotel Astor at at 8 P.M.

Lord Marley, who recently arrived in American, will speak on the Jewish Problem in Germany on the Jewish problem in Germany and in eastern Europe and tell what ORT is doing by way of constructive relief. Loard Marlcy, who visited America last year under the aupices of the ORT, has for many years devot himself to a study of Jewish problems and is considered an authority on the question of jewish colonization and industrial rehablilitation, a work which the ORT has for the past 54 years been succesfully doing.

The speakers who will greet Lord Marley on that evening are B. C. Vladeck, national president opf the ORT., Henery Moskowitz chairman of the Board of directors; Mrs Florenee R. Dolowitz, presitdent of the Women’s American ORT; Louis B. Boudin, acting chairman, and Herman Bernstein, editor of the Jewish Daily Bullentin and former Minister to Albania.


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