Warsaw (Oct. 7)
The Jewish Economic Council in Poland has decided to-day at a meeting held under the chairmanship of Deputy Waclaw wislicki, that it will hold plenary meetings regularly once a fortnight in order to deal with urgent questions affecting the economic status of the Jewish population. The Council also decided to establish a special commission for Jewish unemployed questions.
Deputy Wislicki was last week appointed by the Government as a member of the State Emergency Committee for Unemployed. Senator Adolf Trusker is another Jewish member, and ex-Senator Raphael Szereszewski is a member of the Executive.