London (Apr. 17)
The dinner given in the House of Commons by Arthur Samuel, financial secretary to the treasury, on the occasion of the presentation of the budget was attended by many prominent British Jews.
Stanley Baldwin, Prime Minister; Winston Churchill, Chancellor of the Exchequer and Col. Leopold H. Amery. Colonial Minister, headed the list of distinguished guests who included leaders of the financial and industrial world.
Among the British Jews were Lord Bearsted, Lord Swaythling. Sir Robert Waley-Cohen, Charles Seligman, Otto Schiff and Otto Kahn of New York.