Poland Will Suppress ‘anarchy,’ President Says

POLAND “SUPPRESSES AND WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPRESS ACTS OF ANARCHY,” A DELEGATION OF JEWISH PARLIAMENTARIANS WHO CALLED ON PRESIDENT IGNACY MOSCICKI WAS TOLD, ACCORDING TO AN OFFICIAL COMMUNIQUE REPORTING THE INTERVIEW. THE DELEGATION DESCRIBED THE “GENERAL POSITION OF THE JEWISH POPULATION,” THE COMMUNIQUE SAID.

THE VICE-MAYOR OF BIALA-PODLASKI REFUSED TODAY TO PERMIT CABMEN TO MARK THEIR TAXICABS, “CHRISTIAN CAB.”

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