F. Walters referred to S. Lester's formal letter of resignation, F. Walters worked on the draft report on the Danzig Constitution and asked S. Lester to remind him of the suggestion he made on this subject.
S. Lester wanted some specific information to be sent to the Committee of Three appointed by the Council to follow Danzig affairs, F. Walters found this material also of interest to the Council.
In the absence of the Secretary-General and of L. Krabbe, who was in the Saar to start the Plebiscite Commission, F. Walters acknowledged receipt of S. Lester's letters to the Secretary-General, he assured S. Lester that the previous High Commissioner at Danzig had similar problems; Danzig-Polish new agreement; Lawless seemed to have missed the chance of putting his name forward for the Saar; F. Walters and the Chaco question.
League of Nations' Secretariat at the disposition of the Danzig Government if its aid is required; more information needed for representations to the Bank for International Settlements; if necessary someone from the Financial Section might be sent to Danzig to study the situation.
On "Volkstimme"; Jurists Committee; Danzig financial situation.
A. Loveday considering the matter; Schacht's speech: Germany not in a position to give financial support to the Danzig banks; A. Loveday or a member of his Section to go to Danzig; Poland's protest against the Exchange Restrictions Decree.
S. Lester needed an assistant in Danzig: F. Walters suggested a member of the Tanslation Section.
Enclosed is F. Walters' reply in English of 30 April 1935: Danzig questions to the Council, Rapporteur's report, F. Walters' wish to write to W. Strang about all this.
Note from S. Lester to F. Walters, dated 16 March, requesting some papers on Danzig to be sent to the Rapporteur; note of 19 March listing the papers from the High Commissioner at Danzig sent to the Rapporteur.
Elections in Danzig made it difficult to pay a visit to S. Lester.