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Polish Jews Ask Relief from Sunday Rest Law

June 1, 1927
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Demands that the government grant immediate relief to Jewish merchants and artisans from the compulsory Sunday rest law are being voiced in a series of mass meetings which are being held in many cities throughout the Republic.

The meetings are called by the Jewish artisans and small traders organizations. Resolutions adopted at the mass meetings urging modification of the Sunday closing law were telegraphed to Vice-Premier Bartel.

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