Berlin (Nov. 12)
Immediate resumption of a vigorous anti-Jewish campaign in the Third Reich was indicated today by the extension of Julius Streicher’s bitter racial drive to a number of provinces outside Franconia, where Streicher’s word is law.
The fact that large sections of the German population have shown signs of being utterly weary of anti-Semitic agitation and have resumed association with Jewish friends and buying in Jewish shops is believed to be the reason for the move.
Nazi provincial papers are threatening to expel German women from the party if they are caught puchasing goods in Jewish stores or if they consult Jewish doctors. Nazi pickets are once more making their appearance outside Jewish stores to warn those entering against buying from Jews and to take photographs of those who are defiant.
Jewish merchants must be confined to trading with Jews, and Jewish professionals, including lawyers, doctors, nurses and others, must find their clients only among Jews, the Nazi papers declare.
In Cologne, Jewish milk dealers have been forbidden to deliver milk to their Gentile customers on the ground that their product violates Nazi sanitary laws.
They are, however, permitted to