BERLIN (Jun. 14)
A 71-year-old Jewish merchant of Hamm was sentenced yesterday to six weeks’ imprisonment for employing a German maid under the 45-year-old age limit set by the Nuremberg laws. The aged merchant was also fined 100 marks.
Paul Heyse Street in Frankfort-am-Main, named after the poet who won the Nobel Prize in 1910, has been renamed Chamissogasse because Heyse’s mother was a Jewess.
Eduard Roessner, a converted Jew, was sentenced by a Landaus court to one year in jail for rassenschande (racial defilement).