WARSAW (Feb. 9)
A slight comcession to Polish Jewish tourists going to Palestine was announced today by the British consulate here. Orders were issued granting visas to tourists traveling first class with out the Â£60 deposit formerly demanded.
However, the concession is regarded here as valucless since Polish Jewish turists travel third class usually and second class at best. The British consulate also warned that all tourists will be compelled to show that they possess Â£40 at the Palestine frontier before they are permitted to land in the country. The Jewish Daily Bulletin brings you daily complete news of events concerning Jews in all parts of the world.