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JEWS HEAR ICKES
Interior Secretary Carries
Roosevelt Message to
Palestine Unit.
3y the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, May 25 —Speaking at
a dinner of the United Palestine Ap
peal. Secretary of Interior Harold L.
Ickes said last night that President
Roosevelt was ‘‘distressed and dis
turbed" by oppression of minorities "in
certain parts of the world.”
Ickes delivered what he said was an
authorized presidential statement as
he discussed reconstruction of Pales
tine as a home for Jews migrating
from Europe. He mentioned no coun
try as the site of the Jewish oppression
which he discussed at length.
"He (Roosevelt) has charged me to
say to you who are an integral and
valued element in the Nation, that he
is distressed and disturbed by the re
version in certain parts of the world to
days and deeds of an era which all
enlightened people had long hoped
would never return,” Ickes said.
"It is his conviction that so long as
minorities of the nations of the world
are deprived of liberty of thought and
religion, and the right to lead a normal,
civilized life, there can be no true and
permanent understanding between na
tions.”
Ickes likened the Palestine project
to the Roosevelt administration’s re
covery program.
The dinner marked the half-way
mark in the city’s iPfTort to raise
$1,500,000 toward a national quota of
$3,500,000 for settlement in Palestine
of Jews from Germany, Poland and
other countries.
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Remorse Kills Snake.
Remorse over the death of its mate
during fumigation on the ship which
was carrying them from America is
believed to have caused the death in
the snake park of Cape Town, South
Africa, of an Arizona rattlesnake which
had been presented by the Bronx Zoo
in New York.
Colored U. S. Mechanic Hailed
As Hero of Selassie’s Pilots
By the Associated Pres*.
CHICAGO. May 25.—John C.
Robinson, who left a garage mechan
ic's job here 13 months ago to become
the “brown condor" of Haile Selassie
flying corps, returned to his home
in Chicago's Negro district last night,
acclaimed a hero.
Not since the night Heavyweight
Joe Lewis knocked out King Levinsky
in the first round had Chicago's 250,
000 Negroes accorded any one of
their race such a welcome.
Hundreds of Negroes broke police
lines and stormed the plane on which
Robinson flew here from New York.
A plane piloted by Dr. Earl Renfroe,
flying colored dentist, escorted the
big airliner to the airport.
A delegation headed by former
Representative Oscar de Priest and
W. T. Brown, jr., listed in the Invi
tations as mayor of "Bronievllle,”
greeted Robinson as he stepped from
the plane.
Girl members of the Challenger
Air Pilots Association, which Robin
son organised in 1932, stood nearby
with bouquets of flowers.
Officers of the 8th Infantry of
the Illinois Nationl Guard, members
of the United Aid for Ethiopa Society
and leaders in Chicago's Negro ranks
were at the airport to greet Robinson.
P.-T. A. ELECTS
Hr*. Allison H. Chapin Is Named
President.
Special DUpateh to The Star.
ROCKVILLE, Md., May 25.—The
annual election of officers of the Rock
ville Parent-Teacher Association re
sulted in the election of Mrs. Allison
H. Chapin, president; Mrs. Camlllus
B. Stokes, first vice president; Mrs.
Kenneth Waters, second vice presi
dent; Mrs. Dexter M. Bullard, secre
tary, and Mrs. John W. Henderson,
treasurer.
Presentation of “A Visit to Story
land" by pupils of the fifth grade of
the Rockville Public School, under di
rection of the teacher. Miss Virginia
Karn. was an enjoyable feature of
the evening's program.
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