London, Feb. 26 (JTA) – A suggestion that Rudolph Hess be exchanged for 100,000 Jews in Nazi-occupied countries was made today at a mass-meeting in Leicester called to protest the Nazi extermination of millions of Jews in Europe. The suggestion was voiced by Dr. Bernard Grimley, vice-chairman of the Leicester Christian Council.
In the House of Commons today, Home Secretary Herbert Morrison stated that he "was keeping under observation" an anti-Semitic Scottish publication called The Vanguard. Queried as to why he has failed to take action against the magazine, Morrison stated that he felt that it would be better not to take steps against the obscure publication, and thus avoid giving it any publicity.
Eighty Polish and Czechoslovak Jews, who succeeded in escaping from France to a neutral country several months ago, arrived here today.