Swiss Organization Reports Difficulties in Saving Jewish Children from Nazis

The “Projuventtute,” Swiss child welfare agency, has notified the Jewish National Council here that there are tremendous obstacles in the way of bringing Jewish children from Nazi-occupied countries to Switzerland, it was revealed here today.

The Yugoslav Jewish Settlers Association here today announced that it has dispatched, through the Red Cross, the first bundles of food and clothes to be sent by the organization to Yugoslav war prisoners in Germany.

A report from France a few months ago to the effect that the young daughter of Bornard Singer, well known Polish Jewish journalist, had jumped from a window when she saw her mother being dragged off for deportation by the police was declared today to be incorrect. According to the latest word reaching Mr. Singer, who is now in Palestine, both his wife and daughter are now in Marseilles.

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