Bucharest (Apr. 9)
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Roumanian Jews who have emigrated to the United States maintain a sympathetic attitude toward the country of their origin, notwithstanding their long residence in their country of adoption, states the Government member, Angelescu, in his memoirs which are being published in a Bucharest newspaper.
In the chapter describing his visit to the United States during the war. Angelescu declares that his mission was made successful only due to the sympathetic attitude and aid of the American Jews of Roumanian orgin.