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Polish Bakers Attack Ruling on Old Plants

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The convention of Jewish and non-Jewish bakery owners in Poland, which has been meeting here, closed today after demanding that the government suspend enforcement of a recently-passed law ordering all bakeries in Poland to install mechanical equipment. The convention also asked the government not to permit the opening of any new bakeries in the country for at least three years.

Over 1,000 Jewish bakers were thrown out of work last week when 100 Jewish bakeries shut their doors, declaring there was no other option for them since they were unable to modernize their plants in accordance with the government order. Although the order for mechanization does not go into effect until 1936, Jewish bakeries were immediately affected, as the government refused to grant them

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