Hopewell Junction, N. Y. (Jul. 15)
An auditorium seating more than 3,000 persons was dedicated at the Workmen’s Circle Camp yesterday in memory of Meyer London, Jewish labor leader, who served three terms as a Socialist in Congress from New York’s lower East Side.
More than 800 representatives of the Socialist party, including Mrs. London, were present. Charles Sol###on, 1934 gubernatorial candidate, described him as “an American in the true sense of the word.”
was recalled that London, who ### in 1926, had introduced the first social insurance bill into Congress in 1915.