Labor Committee Appropriates $10,000 for Fight on Anti-semitism

The executive committee of the Jewish Labor Committee has appropriated $10,000 to continue the fight against anti-Semitism in Europe, it was announced today. The committee also adopted the recommendation of its subcommittee on organization in provincial areas to combat anti-Semitic propaganda in various localities, but in each case the approval of the national office is required for such action.

In a discussion on Italy, members expressed the conviction that her new anti-Semitic policy would not affect relations between Jewish and Italian workers in the united states. B.C. Vladeck, chairman of the Committee, presided.

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