Philadelphia Court Holds Six Anti-nazis

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Six persons were held today in magistrates court, each on $1,000 bail, for participating in anti-Nazi riots before the offices of German Consul General Arno P. Mowitz on Saturday.

The six, four women and two men, will be brought to trial shortly. They are accused of having using fists, fingernails, teeth and salivary glands in repulsing police, who had attempted to break up their demonstration.

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