Police Protect Goebbels Party

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The Jewish newspapers of Warsaw adopted a unique form of protest. All came out with one page entirely blank except for two strongly anti-Hitler slogans blazoned across the full breadth of the page. The remainder of the space in the papers was devoted to articles describing Nazi atrocities in Germany and reviews of the actions of the Nazi regime there.

The papers aroused much comment by republishing an article denunciatory of the Hitler regime written a year ago by Dr. Thadeus Zeilinski and originally published in the Naszprezeglad. Dr. Zeilinski, a professor at the University of Warsaw, is president of the Polish branch of the International Union of Intellectuals, the organization sponsoring the Nazi propaganda chief’s lecture.

SEEK BAN ON JEWISH LAWYERS

Coincident with the visit of Dr. Goebbels, the National Polish Lawyers Association, which is affiliated with the National Democratic party (the Endeks), announced in the Gazeta Warszawa today that it will commence a blacklisting of Poles retaining Jewish attorneys to represent them.

The association, in a public appeal, urged the elimination of Jewish lawyers from practice at the bar in Poland.

Premier Kozlowski, who was today to have granted an audience to members of the Club of Jewish Deputies in the Sejm with reference to the wave of excesses committed by the National Radicals (Naras) against the Jews, announced that he was unable to receive the Jewish deputies and would receive them Monday.

Although the police announced that they had closed the Nara headquarters in the Prowonzki district where the Naras had been very active, the Sztafeta, Nara newspaper, today denied this. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency established that the Nara organization is opening other headquarters in the district.

POLICE EXAMINE REVISIONISTS

The police today summoned all members of the Central Committee of Revisionists, a Zionist group, and of the Brith Trumpeldor, Revisionist youth group, and cross-examined them about organization of a Jewish self-defense unit to protect the Jews from Nara attacks. To date, although the government promised to suppress excesses by the Naras and to protect all parts of the population from illegal attacks, the interest of the police has been centered about equally on the Naras and preventing the Jews from adopting measures for their own protection from the hoodlum bands of Nara youths.

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