Jew. We knew full well the tremendous power Father Coughlin has in his weekly radio discourses to millions of people, and we were quite apprehensive at the thought of the terrible situation that might be created in America by any extension of that type of public propaganda.
Our fears are happily allayed by Father Coughlin’s statement in the first radio address in his new series that his broadcasts are made possible by the support of Catholic, Protestant and Jew, and declaring “This I will not forget, as I plan to chart my course safely distant from the destructive shoals of racial, of religious, and of national bigotry.”
Sarmad, who was born in Persia in the seventeenth century, helped edit part of Abhichand’s Persian translation of the Pentateuch.
Sir Alexander Schomberg, born in 1776, entered the British navy at the age of seventeen and rose until he headed the list of captains and was knighted.