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Rabbis Ask Hindenburg to Continue Protection for Jews

August 19, 1932
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A cablegram was sent yesterday to President Paul von Hindenburg of Germany expressing appreciation of his sympathetic stand toward the Jews and expressing the hope that his support will be continued to protect the Jews from further attack by the Nazis, in accordance with a decision adopted at the close of the two day sessions of the 15th annual convention of the Assembly of Hebrew Orthodox Rabbis of America and Canada.

The convention also adopted a resolution deploring the persecution of Jews in Roumania and Germany.

The five day week for workers was endorsed.

Rabbi G. Wolf Margolies, dean of American orthodox Rabbis was reelected president and the other officers named as follows: Vice presidents, Rabbi Jacob Mendelson of Newark, S. T. Golubowsky, New York, Dr. Gratsky; treasurer, Rabbi M. Margolies of New York; J. T. Levy, Dr. B. Birstein, New York, secretaries.

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