Ask League Protection for Polish Jews in Saar

The Polish Jewish Committee for relief of German Jews today telegraphed the League of Nations at Geneva appealing for protection for Polish Jews living in the Saar. A mass meeting in the auditorium of the Warsaw Jewish community also sent a protest to the League.

Forty Polish Jews who lived in the Saar have already arrived in Warsaw, where they are being cared for by Jewish relief organization. Other Polish Jewish refugees are expected to arrive later.

Judge Charles P. Daly, who died in New York in 1899, was often invited to be the orator at important Jewish functions because of his highly friendly interest in Jewish affairs.

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