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Socialist kill 1000. Court inquiry bill advanced. (Details g0 Two) TWO CENTS A COrY TEN CENTS A WEEK Posts in Sale of Ri - Bram - ordered for charges opera - been ar - those on Sun but the ntrtftin a raid was of the and Joseph inn. 1232 ander selling selline also Lewis, I the I was night 1 enforcement j was W. party, opened bar beer that he behind names Bmwn manager shared the to the the ex attorney demanded Clarke or agent entering shortly morning. to visiting Sat drinking he said mid another Agent "with entered Sat - drinks concerning up of and read of songs the show oraerea rounds of m., and exhibited an ounce he said mldnieht tne oar persons know female refused Later, tfteir Seten) Rytex RELIGIONS UNITE TO URGE BROTHERHOOD Priest, Rabbi and Pastor Ask Tolerance and Promotion of Unity NATIONAL MOVEMENT UPHELD BY OPEN FORUM Antipathy Against Foreigners Attacked by Members of the Cloth Anti - Semitism and antipathy against foreigners, breeder of hatred and often bloodshed, was attacked from three dif - ferent angles by the leaders of three widely divergent sects last night at the Y, M. C A. Open Forum when an audience nf 10 mM nA wnm UrA pleas sounded for tolerance. Speakers were: The Rev. Joseph A. McDonald, rector of St. Aloysius Catholic Catholic church, who believed such a meeting would strengthen and weld tighter those bonds of f r 1 endship among the people people of Pottstown and would in - Father McDonald augurate a fel lowship of better understanding. Rabbi Abraham H. Israeli tan. nea of Mercy and Truth synagog. wh quoted Moses: MIf there shall dwel stranger in your midst do nofc wrong him nor oppress him. but tnou shall love him as thyself The Rev. Paul E. Schmoyer. pas - tor of 8t John's Reformed church. especially against Roman Catho - lies was built of "imaginary preju - dices because it did not represent the deepest and wisest thinking of people." The meetinr. in ri.if. At Charles H. Harberger. a In observance of Brotherhood day, a movement national in scope to promote unity among vari - . ens religious groups. Current events were in charge of Robert Robert N. Hilkert of The HilL Director Harberger announced mmmmmmmswm 11 - (that only one meeting would be conducted in March and another in April. He said the committee was not prepared to announce the dates nor the speakers. Rector McDonald, speaking on "Anti - Semitism declared It was unpatriotic, unpatriotic, un - American, uncharitable and un - Christian. Continuing he said there was no finer class of people on earth than the Jews, who from a religious stand were firm in their belief of one true God. He added that down through history the Jews, surrounded by powerful pagan nations, made sacrifices, even life itself. In order to be true to their religion and their God. The Rev. McDonald traced this religious allegiance back to the days of Christopher Columbus, Columbus, the work of Jews in the Revolutionary war when Haines Solomon gave of his wealth to aid the colonies; on through the War of 1812, the Civil War and the World War. "It is hard to .. mem why there should be anti - Semitism after studying the Jewish people in their work for "successful prosecution of war to a glorious end," he declared. "If for nothing else anti - Semitism should be condemned, he con - eluded. "It is a sign of ingratitude ingratitude toward the Jewish people and the Jewish race for what they have done for this country." Rabbi Israelitan spoke on "Antipathy "Antipathy Towards People Foreign to America." He flayed the work of some organizations that agreed foreigners and Catholics must be hated and recalled that prejudice (Continued Oa faga Seven) ON THE MAIN DRAG

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  1. The Mercury,
  2. 24 Feb 1937, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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