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The Anti-jewish Outbreak at Radom: Polish Daily Confiscated for Publishing Alarming Reports Which Au

About 1,000 windows in Jewish houses and shops have been smashed in Radom and many in Jewish foodshops have been looted, says a report published here to-day by the “Nasz Glos”, which has been confiscated in consequence by the authorities, who declare that the report is untrue. The local Sick Fund has had to treat scores of wounded Jews, the “Nasz Glos” further wrote, ten of them having sustained serious injuries, and one, a Jewish schoolboy named Litvak, being in a critical condition. Complete order has now been restored in the town, it added, however.

The District Chief of Radom has assured a Jewish delegation that order is now completely guaranteed in the town. Those pupils of the schools who participated in the excesses will be expelled, the J.T.A. is given to understand. The official Polish Telegraphic Agency, Pat, states that seven persons have been arrested by the Police in connection with the disturbances, and that everything is now quiet in Radom.