Books Received

Moscow Carrousel, by Eugene Lyons. Knopf. 357 pp. Intimate glimpses of Soviet life, based upon the author’s six years of residence in Moscow, where he lived and worked as correspondent for the United Press.

Camel Trek, by Rex Regan Robert Speller, Inc. 312 pp. Relates the story of the only camel caravan in America and of the expedition sent in 1857 by the United States Army across the desert from Texas to California.

Jewish Child Guidance, by Samuel M. Vohen. National Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs, United Synagogue of America 125 pp. A course to enable Jewish parents to discern in themselves and in their children the reciprocal needs and to help parents in meeting some of the immediate problems they face in bringing up their children.

Pole to Panama, by Major Frank Pease. Robert Speller, Inc. 51 pp. A book defending American capitalism and imperialism.

Henry III of England in 1232 established a home to provide free maintenance for Jews converted to Christianity.

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