BUDAPEST (May. 4)
The revelation that during the last cabinet of General Goemboes a secret statistical survey of the Jews of Hungary was officially compiled by the Ungarian Government, is made in the paper 8 Orai Usage, which is edited by Andreas Bethlen, son of Count Stefan Bethlen.
According to the paper, the secret statistical survey revealed that Jews were represented in Hungarian literature and art by 27 per cent, 24.7 per cent of scholars and scientists were Jews, 31.7 per cent of Hungarian journalists were Jews, 27.1 per cent of singers, 28.9 per cent of musical performers, 24.1 per cent of actors, 30.4 per cent of private engineers, 45.1 per cent of private chemists, 50.9 per cent of factory owners and leaseholders, 41.6 per cent of factory directors, 53.7 per cent of printers and publishers, 33.4 per cent of industrial employees, 45.5 per cent of businessmen, 52.8 per cent of employees of trading enterprises, and 30.2 per cent of shop assistants. The paper declares that this survey shows that 22,583 Jews are in danger of being deprived of their livelihoods by the proposed Jewish law.