even if the Jews make use of the rights which they demand in their petition.” The memorandum consists of twenty-four pages.
Taking issue with the Jewish demands, the memorandum of the Danzig Senate declares that the Jews are not justified in asking the repeal of certain laws and for changes in the Danzig administration. The government has done enough to organize adequate protection for the Jews and does not consider itself obligated to take measures against the anti-Jewish propaganda in Danzig, the Senate’s memorandum declares.
Capt. Anthony Eden, who is the raporteur on Danzig, will not report the petitions before the session of the Council of the League of Nations, as he is busy with other matters, it was learned here today.