Effort to Unite All Boycott Groups Launched at Anti-nazi League Parley Here

Another attempt to form a united joint boycott organization in order to coordinate all boycott work in the United States will be made by the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League, it was decided today at the annual convention of the organization, attended by delegates from 2,119 groups, held in the Hotel Astor.

A resolution calling upon all organizations to coordinate their efforts with those of the League and urging appointment of committee to study policies of various other boycott groups with an aim towards forming one large union was adopted. Other resolutions called upon the League to reaffirm its faith in the principles of the boycott and intensify its battle against Nazism by printing more pamphlets and letters and organization meetings and radio programs to enlighten Americans on Nazi activities, requested mothers of American, especially Gold Star Mothers to join the boycott as the only potent means of stopping war, and expressed its sympathies with the Czechs and Slovaks and promised to support their battle for the reestablishment of their republic.

Speakers included Dr. Gerald Machacek, leader of the Czech movement, Dr. B. Dubowsky, chairman of the executive committee, Rabbi Leon Fram of Detroit, the Rev. William C. Kernan and Katherine Hayden Salter. Messages of greetings were received from several Congressman and Senators Theodore F. Green and H.C. Lodge. An exhibition of Nazi-inspired propaganda and subversive literature gathered in the United States and abroad by the Bureau of Propaganda Investigation of the League was on display.

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