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Disorders Continue in Poland; Traders Threatened with Death for Protesting Boycott

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A NUMBER OF JEWS WERE INJURED TODAY IN A RECURRENCE OF DISORDERS IN BYDOGOSZCZ, FORMERLY BROMBERG, POMERANIA. SEVERAL POLES EVIDENTLY MISTAKEN FOR JEWS WERE BEATEN AS TERRORIST BANDS ATTACKED PEDESTRIANS. ONE OF THE JEWS INJURED IS A MANUFACTURER EMPLOYING 100 WORKERS WHO DISMISSED HIS STATE AND SAID HE WOULD NOT OPEN HIS FACTORY BEFORE CONDITIONS IMPROVED. THE WORKERS SENT A DELEGATION TO THE GOVERNOR AND ALSO WROTE TO PREMIER SKLADKOWSKI.

CONTINUED ATTACKS ON JEWISH PASSERS-BY WERE REPORTED FROM LWOW. THE FIRST CASE OF INTRODUCTION OF “GHETTO BENCHES” FOR JEWISH SCHOOL CHILDREN WAS REPORTED FROM SONAK, PUPILS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE CLASSROOM.

DELEGATES OF THE BIALYSTOK DISTRICT COMMITTEE OF THE JEWISH SMALL TRADERS UNION RECEIVED LETTERS ADVISING THEM THEY HAD BEEN “SENTENCED” TO DEATH FOR PARTICIPATING IN CONFERENCES OF JEWISH TRADERS WHICH PROTESTED AGAINST THE ANTI-SEMITIC BOYCOTT AND PICKETING OF THEIR ESTABLISHMENTS. THE UNION’S CENTRAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE IS CALLING THE INTERIOR MINISTRY’S ATTENTION TO THE THREATS.

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