Bucharest (Jun. 24)
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
A proposal which, if carried, would affect tens of thousands of Jewish merchants in Roumania was made at the last meeting of the Roumanian cabinet.
M. Serker, director of the Roumanian Cooperative Federation and M. Axente, director of the Peoples Bank, demanded that the peasants should not sell their corn to private dealers, but to the cooperatives and the Peoples Bank, thus eliminating the middle man.