Polish Official Says Jews Have Future in Poland; Promises Government Will Aid Them

Addressing a conference of Jewish social workers in Cracow, the Commissioner for Productivization today declared that the Jews have a future in Poland and that the government is ready to aid them in the reconstruction of their social, economic and cultural institutions and to assure them full civic rights.

The Central Jewish Committee announced that it has allotted 250,000 zlotys for the evacuation of the Jewish community of Miedzyrzec to Lower Silesia. The Jews of Miedzyrzec decided to leave the town after receiving numerous threats against their lives and property.

A district court at Czestochows has sentenced four Polish youths, ages 17-19, to terms ranging from three to ten years for murdering and robbing a Jewish couple named Herckowicz. The couple were returning to Czestochowa from a concentration camp.

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