“aryans” Who Consort with Jews to Lose Rights
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“aryans” Who Consort with Jews to Lose Rights

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“Aryans” maintaining social or business relations with Jews will be deprived of their municipal citizenship rights, the mayors of several German cities announced today.

In making the announcement the municipal heads stated that they are doing so “in accordance with the Nuremberg laws.”

“Those who maintain social relations with Jews, are traitors t### the nation,” the mayor of Halsenbach decreed. “No traitor may enjoy citizenship rights in our midst.”

A number of banks in Bavaria have stopped payment on checks issued to Jews. The banks declare that this action is prompted by the desire to prevent “Aryans” from patronizing Jewish shops.

In Pomerania, every Jewish enterprise has been order to display conspicuously the full name of the owner “to ensure that Aryans will not be misled by the anonymity of the enterprise.”

The Jewish owners of the famous Belischowsky linen firm in Bre###lau, the largest in Germany, have been forced to sell their bus to “Aryans,” it was reported here today.

Local authorities throughout Thuringia have reported that it is difficult for them to establish special schools for Jewish children. The new school law, issued by Minister of Education. Rust, provides that such schools shall be established only wh### there are at least twenty Jewish children. In Thuringia, however, the Jewish population is widely distributed and as a result there are only four places in the whole province that number twenty children.

Rheumatism is not a bacterial but a racial disease, a convention of German doctors at Bad Rambach was told today. This assertion was made on the basis of an alleged discovery by German doctors.

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