The first Jewish daily newspaper in the Soviet area has been established at Bialystok, it was learned here today. Called the Bialystoker Stern, the paper is staffed by Bialystok and Warsaw journalists who work under the supervision of editors sent from Minsk.
The novelist Zusman Segalowicz and the essayist Jehosua Rapaport are among refugees from Warsaw who are now here.
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