The Sandusky Register (Sandusky, Ohio) 11/11/38 pg.1

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E. final the but asking treatment opened Nov. Construction contract main 5) the will At one o'clock all factory whiS' VIOLENCE ENDED BY NAZI ORDER Anti'Jewish Disorders Cause Millions In Damages. BERLIN, Nov. 10 (£•)—The greatest greatest wave of anti-Jewish violence since Adolf Hitler came to power in 1933 swept Nazi Germany today today and Jews • were threatened with new official measures against them. Millions of dollars worth of Jewish Jewish property was destroyed by angry crowds. Jewish stoves were looted. Synagogues were burned, dynamited or damaged in a dozen cities. Propaganda Minister Paul Joseph Goebbels, calling for a halt in the demonstrations, declared that "the final answer to Jewry will be given In the form of laws or decrees." It was a nation-wide day of vengeance for the death yesterday of Ernst voni Hath, secretary of the German embassy in Paris, who was shot Monday by a 17-year-old Jew, Werschel Grynszpan. Bands of youths, roved the streets of J3eriin and other cities from early morning on, smashing windows windows of Jewish' shejps. In many places crowds which gathered after after daybreak pushed into the establishments establishments and came out with loot. Most of Berlin's l,0i)Q Jewish storeu (Continued on Page 14, Col. 5) ties and church bells in the city will be blown and rung, heralding opening of the drive for 7,000 members members for the Erie-co chapter from both the city of Sandusky and Erie-co. More than a third of the 18,000 (Continued on Page 14, Col. 7) Visitors Day Attracts 500 For Sessions W1LU\RP, Nov. 10—(Special)— Nearly 500 visitors visited the pub* Jlc schools here during "Visitors' Pay", held in observance of Na» tional Education Week, Classes at the high school building building had 100 visitors, the east side building 90, east central 140 and wes-t central 160. In addition to trie school chiU dren, 150 adults visited the art display, arranged by Miss Evelyn Workman, director, as a feature of the week's program. Night school with regular class work was from 7 to 8 p. m., after which "he music department, un^ der the direction of James Wood, mansee, and Miss Agnes Moore, presented a program at the high school auditorium. and the foot hour the would reports island meeting and whether ton tonight closed a 31, $430,000 for of a the ber for 1,000 r ERIE-CO

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