Suspended Sentences for 2 Participants in Anti-nazi Disturbance
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Suspended Sentences for 2 Participants in Anti-nazi Disturbance

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Two anti-Nazi demonstrators arrested April 20, charged with participating in a fist fight and with causing a crowd to collect following a Nazi meeting at Schwaben Hall, Bleecker street and Knicker avenue, were given suspended sentences by Magistrate George H. Fowler of Gates Avenue Magistrates Court in Brooklyn yesterday.

The men are Rudolph Jurkowich and Lew Meyers. The latter, a member of the Blue Men, was ill in the hospital and was represented by Benjamin Lazare, commander of the Blue Men. Both pleaded guilty. Patrolmen Casimir Kanninsky of the eightieth precinct was the complainant.

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