Religion: Zionists (cont.J

Zionism gave the long distance telephone operators at Chatham, Mass., an unusual amount of switchboard plugging last week. Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis of the U. S. Supreme Court had just established himself in his summer home there, on the eve of the Zionist Organization of America's convention in Cleveland. The delegates at Cleveland were pondering and discussing his offer to return to active Zionism with his cohorts if the current regime headed by Louis Lipsky were ousted (TIME, July 7).

As Cleveland pondered. Justice Brandeis surprised the convention with this conciliatory message:


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