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Deputy Pledges Support of Jews for Polish Government; Opposes Emigration

The attitude of the Jews in Poland toward the Government was defined by Dr. Michael Shuldenfrei, a member of the Polish National Council (##)der of the Jewish Socialist Bund party, in an address to the Council, which is (##) Polish parliament.

Emphasizing that the Jewish population fully supports the present policies of (##)government and appreciates its attempts to uproot anti-Semitism, Dr. Shuldenfrei (##)1. The Jews in Poland want to participate in the development of the country (##) citizens.

2. The Jews consider the sections of Germany acquired by Poland after the war (##) an integral part of the Polish Republic which has become a new place for Jewish (##)ment. Any attempt to question Polish rights to this territory threatens the (##) peace and must be combatted.

3. The efforts of the government to combat anti-Semitic activities must be de(##) into a permanent campaign against racism.

4. Jewish leadership believes in the sincerity of the government’s appeal to (##) of Poland, to remain in the country and to participate in its development. (##)forts will be spared by Jewish leaders to check emigration tendencies among Jews.

Premier Josef Cyrankiewicz, addressing the same session of parliament, touched (##) Palestine question and declared that the Polish Government considers a (##) along the lines proposed by the Polish delegation at the United Nations to (##) and parcel of a program to “build peace and security” for the entire world.

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