ist youth group and three members of the Bund were arrested; in Stolin, three members of the Bund committee were detained by police, and three Bundists were arrested in the town of Rippin.
In each case the homes of the arrested men were minutely searched for incriminating evidence and the men were released when the search proved unsuccessful. Pruzansky alone remains in the custody of authorities, who declared he will be sent to a concentration camp. No reasons were assigned for the decision.
Joseph Leszczynski, Jewish Bundist leader, released yesterday by police, today visited the Warsaw office of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and asked the Agency to transmit his thanks to the American Jews who had manifested interest in his detention.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency has been deluged with inquiries as to the fate of the arrested Jewish working class leaders.