Jerusalem (Jul. 22)
Hopes that the acquittal of Abraham Stavsky on the charge of having killed Dr. Chaim Arlosoroff would end the bitter inter-party strife and lead to peace between the various Jewish factions in Palestine seem to be illusory in view of the intensification of bitterness as evidenced by the stoning of the synagogue in which Stavsky and Zvi Rosenblatt were worshipping and the belligerence of the inter-party press.
A widening rift between the various groups was indicated today when Davar, Hebrew daily, followed up the manifesto issued by the Palestine Laborites on Friday by declaring that Stavsky and Rosenblatt remain murderers, basing the charge on the question of corroborative evidence raised by the decision of the Court of Appeals.
Late Saturday night Stavsky and Rosenblatt were warned by Police Inspectors Barker and Goffer of the Tel Aviv police to leave Tel Aviv as their lives were endangered and the police could not be responsible for their safety.
“Why don’t you warn the Laborites who are responsible for the incitement against us?” Rosenblatt was said to have asked the polic