Five Jewish Farms Placed on Black List for Delinquency
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Five Jewish Farms Placed on Black List for Delinquency

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Five Jewish farms in the Kalinindorf region were placed on the black list for failing to fulfill the plans for the spring sowing and possessing less than one per cent of the seed necessary.

The Jewish farms are Lulov, Bobrovikut, Freileben, Voroshilov and Sholem Aleichem. Their delinquency is part of a general delinquency in the Kalinindorf region where an average of only 14 per cent of the seed for the spring has been sown.

In addition to being placed on the black list the Jewish farms were deprived of their petroleum supply as well as other necessities and were prohibited from selling agricultural products in the collective markets.

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