LODZ, Poland (Apr. 8)
Prison terms of one to four years were meted out Monday to 23 anti-Semites convicted of throwing bombs at Jewish shops. Four others were acquitted. The sentences are being appealed by the anti-Semites, the majority of whom are laborers, the remainder being students.
Terms of four years each were given three of the defendants; thirty months to two; two years to five and one year to thirteen. All are members of the Endek (Nationalist) Party.