The Jewish Court of Arbitration will hold sessions during the summer months every Thursday at 5 p.m. at the State Office Building, 80 Centre Street, Hearing Room No. 2, Evelyn Keller, acting secretary, announced Friday. Causes of action must be submitted at the court’s offices, 395 Broadway.
“Justice for Zola was the social expression of truth, which he always passionately loved, which he served until his death.
“From the day when he was convinced that justice and truth had been infringed upon, no force in the world could keep him silent. He cried, ‘I accuse’ in a superb letter, and he added: ‘Let my books and my reputation as a writer perish, rather than an innocent man!’
“You thus perpetuate among the members of your association the memory of Emile Zola, as a just homage to the glory of the writer and defender of justice and truth.”