NEW YORK (Feb. 5)
Max Schlosser, a Jewish merchant who lived in the Sudetenland prior to its annexation by Germany, has arrived here on a mission for the Czechoslovak manufacturers. His mission, which includes stimulating interest in Czech products, has the support of the Ministry of Commerce. After a lecture tour of the country, he will make his headquarters in Seattle, Washington. He expects to remain in the United States until the middle of May.