Boycott Gains in Polish Provinces; Town Leases Market to Anti-semites

The anti-Jewish boycott has gained strength in many provincial centers, according to information reaching here today. The town council of Maszow-Lubelski has decided to lease the entire market place to the Christian Merchants’ Association. Since Jews are banned by the association, Jewish traders are automatically barred from use of the trading center. A delegation of Jewish leaders has been instructed to protest to the central authorities here.

Nationalists have launched a campaign to ban Jews from the new industrial region in the Sandomierz and Goynia districts. The town of Kalisz has been especially hard hit by the boycott.

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