(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Dissatisfaction with the move of the Polish government in inviting Charles A. Levine and Clarence D. Chamberlin to fly to Warsaw is expressed by the Polish anti-Semitic newspapers. The newspapers argue that Levine is “an unnecessary ballast and the sound of his name is not agreeable to the Polish population.”
The correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency learns that the government will pay no attention to the anti-Semitic press and that Levine and Chamberlin will arrive in Warsaw on June 18.
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