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Anti-semitic Disorders in Bukowina Towns, 3 Jews Injured, Many Shops, Houses Destroyed

Three Jews were injured, many maltreated and Jewish houses and shops destroyed and looted when anti-Semitic disorders broke out in the village of Komenschti, Bukowina, according to a report in the Bucharest daily, “Dimineatza.” Similar outbreaks are reported in neighboring villages according to information received by the police of Feltischen.

When the police arrested forty of the agitators hundreds of others assembled demanding the release of those who had been arrested, necessitating the sending of a machine gun corps from Feltischen for assistance. Proclamations distributed in the Feltischen district call on the peasants to come to the town on Thursday which is a market day. The local authorities have sent in a call for additional military forces to prevent further disorders, according to the “Dimineatza.”