Teutons Here Set to Oust Nazism

into an organization designed purely to supply the welfare and social needs of German-Americandom, The Bulletin learned.

While many Teutonic groups have been taken in by the blusterings of Nazi demagogues here, the United Bavarian Societies, whose members include some of the oldest and most respected German-Americans in the metropolitan area, have refused to be fooled.

At a meeting in Turn Halle, Lexington avenue and East Eighty-fifth street, this week, delegates from the societies’ various branches gave a spontaneous vote of confidence to their leader, Dr. Louis A. Ewald, who was re-elected by unanimous acclamation to another term as the organization’s president.

In his annual report Dr. Ewald discussed developments of the past year both in this country and in Germany, and declared that the Bavarians will continue, as in the past, to operate as a conservative bloc in New York’s social life, with a view to strengthening the prestige of Germandom in America.

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