J.t.a. Berlin Office Gets Right to Reopen
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J.t.a. Berlin Office Gets Right to Reopen

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political police headquarters this afternoon where Mr. Smolar signed an agreement to the effect that M.Wurmbrand, former editor of the bureau, who was transferred to another European capital several months ago, would not resume charge of the Berlin office.

Mr. Schick, who spent a week in jail last May because exception was taken by the authorities to a story that he had written, was asked to sign an agreement that he, as responsible editor of the bureau, would not make remarks offensive to the Government authorities or to any German State. The authorities will notify him of every instance where they feel that the reports carried in the German Bulletin issued by the bureau are offensive.

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