NEW YORK (Aug. 20)
Eddie Cantor, star of stage, serene and radio, who returned yesterday from Europe, where he surveyed the need of Jewish living in the displaced persons camps, will make a two-week’s tour of ten major cities conducting fall campaigns on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal, it was announced here today.
In a press interview, Cantor charged that the recently-passed immigration bill for displaced persons makes a fool out of the Marshall Plan and every American,” He said he believed the U.S. was making a great mistake in its handling of the DP problem. The cities which Cantor will visit for the U.J.A. are Boston, Chicago, Toledo, Youngstown, Springfield, Mass., Providence, Brockton, Rochester, Camden, Schenectady and Norwalk.