Dismissal for Aeroplane Workers Who Dropped Antisemitic Proclamations over Polish Township

An enquiry conducted by the authorities into the recent dropping of antisemitic proclamations from an aeroplane at Biala-Podlaska (reported in the J.T.A. Bulletin of Dec. 25th.) has established that the proclamations were thrown down by an antisemitic student who was working in the local aeroplane factory, who obtained the assistance of one of the pilots. The Director of the aeroplane faotory, Senator Czerwinski, has dismissed both the student and the pilot.

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