Zurich (Jul. 13)
The Hungarian “Chamber of Actors,” to which all performers must belong in order to obtain employment, has reached an agreement with the managers of all theaters providing for the exclusion of Jewish actors and other Jewish employees, it is reported in the Budapest newspaper, “Nepszava,” received here today.
At the same time, the chamber is circularizing its members, asking them to send in detailed reports of their employment for the past three years. Those members who can not show that they have been consistently employed during that period will be dropped from the chamber, the paper says. By this device the chamber will be able to “legally” exclude all of its Jewish members.