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Police Break Up Meeting of Nazis

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A meeting of Nazi sympathizers from Passaic, Newark, New York, Hoboken and Paterson was broken up here by the police last night. Chief of Police Thomas F. Kennedy appeared at Neubaur Hall, President street and Parker avenue, and declared that he would not permit the assemblage to go on.

Earlier in the day police were informed of the plans for the meeting, and expecting trouble, a detail was on hand at an early hour. John Neubaur, proprietor of the hall, was notified by Chief Kennedy that an order issued earlier, prohibiting out-of-town speakers from mounting the rostrum, would be carried out.

Spokesmen for the Hitlerite group declared that another meeting will be called for June 27, ### be held in the same hall.

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