Warsaw (May. 18)
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Jewish soldiers in the Polish army, having the choice between the regular army rations and the special kosher diet provided by the Government at the insistence of Jewish deputies, reject the kosher food in preference for the other, Major Koszialkowski, representative of the War Ministry, claimed at a session of the Sejm budget commission.
The demands of the Jewish deputies and of the army chaplain, Rabbi Mizes, to provide kosher food for the Jewish soldiers were heeded, but experience has shown that the special diet is evidently unnecessary, he stated. The quality of the food served in the two diets was not defined by Major Koszialkowski.