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January 23, 1987 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-23

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JANE AVRIL, 1899. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, 1864-1901.

Specializing In

The next-to-last poster in his career, Lautrec designed this poster

for his friend and confidante, dancer Jane Avril. A favorite subject,

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involved in the great problem
of Palestine."
He was severely critical of the
British White Paper when it
L restricted Jewish immigration
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7- to Palestine. Together with
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president
of the World Jewish Congress,
Welles joined in assailing the
restrictive proposals of Count
Bernadotte, the United Na-
tions secretary general, which
\_. would have limited Jewish set-
/-- tlement in Palestine to a
trickle.
In FDR: A Biography (Simon
and Schuster), Ted Morgan de-
scribes the resignation of
Sumner Welles as a "venomous
rivalry" with Secretary of
State Cordell Hull and stated
that it "wrecked the State De-
partment."
There were differing views
on Zionist aspirations between
the two. There also were oppos-
ing attitudes between them on
r rescue efforts for sufferers from
\— Nazism. Welles was the pro-
Zionist who actively shared in
appeals for rescue tasks for the
victims of Hitlerism.
When Welles announced his
desire to retire from the State
Department, PM, the liberal
/ daily newspaper of that era,
published an editorial, Aug.
26, 1943, urging President
Franklin D. Roosevelt not to
accept his resignation. Welles
had become the symbol of ideas
for freedom and justice.
Therefore, the pleasant re-
collections about a man who
7, • bravely defended Jewish
rights at a time when they
za were widely threatened.

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\APaul Masserman:
Ideal Journalist
And Historian

(

Paul Masserman was an in-
stitution unto himself. He was
the ideal journalist whose
• creed was accuracy.
His ability was as a re-

searcher. He sought the facts
and incorporated them in his
stories.
On the Detroit Times he was
the associate of the Scher-
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Israel:
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At this time, in a period of
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accusations. There are regret-
table methods of mudslinging.
The fairminded must keep in
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may be probable, one factor
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