Berlin (Jan. 24)
The removal of Solomon Dyk, the Jewish director of the Prussian Co-operative Settlement Company, was formally brought about today by the Prussian Government.
The official reason given for the removal of Dyk, who has rendered outstanding service to the co-operative #ettlement, is that he is not a German ### a Polish citizen.
It is known however that Dyk has been the target of a relentless campaign on the part of the Nazi press who seek the dismissal of all Jews from government service.
Dyk has been a resident of Germany for thirty years. Today’s action accomplishes an act which was announced on December 29th.