Berlin (Jul. 18)
A status quo policy on Jewish rights will be maintained by the German government, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency was informed today by a reliable authority in government circles.
The informant revealed that no special anti-Jewish laws will be issued for some time to come. On the other hand, however, no move will be made to restore Jewish rights even in the slightest degree, your correspondent was given to understand.
That Hitler himself is maintaining an unchanged attitude towards the status of Jews is clearly seen in the serious clash which the writer learns took place between him and President von Hindenburg regarding the award of the