Roumanian Press Unites in Demand for Stern Measures to Suppress Attacks on Jews

ernment is chiefly concerned because throughout the recent disorders the Christian leaders revealed a complete lack of a sense of responsibility.

In the meantime Senator Meyer Ebner and other Jewish members of Parliament as well as the officials of the Jewish communities affected by the disturbances or by their repercussions have telegraphed in alarm to King Carol, members of the cabinet and to Archbishop Christea. In the wire to the latter it is pointed out that many village priests are actively engaged in anti-Semitic agitation.

Dr. William Filderman, president of the Union of Roumanian Jews, has invited representatives of the districts in which the disturbances have occurred to come to Bucharest to aid in the preparation of a protest based on the facts and to lend their influence in intervention with the highest authorities in the capital.

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