Daily News from New York, New York on November 28, 1934 · 9
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DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 193-1 2 Police Hurt As Anti-Nazis Riot in Saar " SAARBRUCKEN, Saar Basin territory, Nov. 27 Two policemen were seriously injured today when police dispersed an anti-Nazi demonstration. The members of the anti-Nazi front, after, a meeting, marched down a street. The two policemen tried to stop the march but were beaten down and badly hurt Other police went to their assistance and cleared the -streets, arresting many of the demonstrators. Saar Border to Be Closed For 15 Days Before Vote. (Copjrirtt 1934 by United Prens) Saarbrucken, Nov. 27. League of Nations officials intend practically to seal the Saar Territory for fifteen days before the Jan. 13 plebiscite to avert clashes that might necessitate invasion of French troops, it was learned today. It is proposed to close the frontiers so that almost no one can get in. League officials said that! an order in the name o'f the League j alone would open the frontier, and they mentioned as one possible order a request for French "police" to come over. The "police" presumably would be the soldiers garrisoned within a few miles of the frontier to wait for an emergency. One source of trouble the officials have in mind is a clash between curious Nazis from Germany and residents of Alsace and Lorraine in France, politically interested in the plebiscite. There was great interest here in the- negotiations at Rome regarding the fate of the Saar coal mines. Both French and German delegates have suggested that Saarlanders buy the mines from the French Government. . This, the Germans suggested, would solve two problems at once the mines themselves and the absorption of French currency now in circulation in the Saar, which would almost cover the mines' cost. Saar financiers say that there is an exodus of capital to Paris, Amsterdam and Switzerland. Much of it was said to belong to Jews who left Germany months ago. "BE YOURSELF I" Doris Blake advises in her new leaflet, "Why Not Be Popular?" Send for one today NO CHARGE. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope to The News information Bureau, 220 East 42d St., N. Y. C. Bayo nets Rout Nazi Mota Rioting in Vienna Streets VIENNA, Austria, Nov. 27 ru.R. Violence broke out in the heart of Vienna today when thousands of persons, mostly students, rioted in the streets during anti-Czech and antWewish demonstrations. Police and members of the Heim-wehr (Home Guards) in steel helmets and with drawn bayonets charged the mobs, whose members ran through the avenues shouting: " "Down with Masarykl" "Down with Benes!" Dr. Thomas G. Masaryk is P r e s i d ent of C z echoslovakia and"-Dr. Edouard Benes is his 7$ President ' Masaryk Foreign Minister. The mobs smashed windows in the Czech - controlled newspaper Tag Stunde and also the Neufreie-presse, on the grounds they were Jewish-owned. y They showered advancing police with stones when the latter attempted to arrest leaders. Many were beaten. The riots followed a previous demonstration in sympathy with German students in Prague, Czech-oslovakian capital, last week-end, when Czech and German youths battled over racial and political differences. After a vain attempt to reach the Czech Legation in Vienna, the mob today marched through the capital shouting: " "Vengeance for Prague." The participants, apparently pro-Nazis, shouted anti-Jewish slogans and sang "Deutschland Uebt Alles," German patriotic song. 2,000 Germans Protest v At Czech Consulate. Cologne, Germany, Nov. 27 (JP). Two thousand students of Cologne University demonstrated today before the Czech Consulate in' pro test against the anti-German stu dent riots m Pragne. 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Phone PE Basylvania 6-6612, Factory Branches and Dealers in Principal Citiee The students' ranks were swelled by civilians as they marched past the Czech Consulate four abreast. At intervals, they shouted in chorus: "We demand equal rights for German students in Prague!" Czechs Cheer Return Of University Emblem. Prague, Czechoslovakia, Nov. 27 (P). Anti-German and anti-Jewish riots in this capital city today gave way to tumultuous jubilr Ion. Thousands of Czech students thronged the streets, acclaiming with wild enthusiasm the ancient university insignia surrendered to them by the German faction of the university after a dispute which threatened to have international complications. The sceptre, seal, and chain, adopted by the university when it was founded in 1384, was displayed to cheering thousands from the festively decorated balcony of the Czech rector's official residence where it will be kept in the future. Thousands of others thronged the streets, celebrating noisily the Czech triumph over the German faction. They were kept within bounds by a strong police force, armed with clubs. The insignia had been retained by the German branch when the Czechs separated in 1920. After prolonged controversy, culminating in anti-German and anti-Jewish riots in several sections of the city, it was transferred yesterday at the Ministry of Education. TORNADO STRIKES' McGehee, Ark., Nov. 27 (.") A tornado struck this vicinity of Southeast Arkansas today, wrecking two houses and damaging several other buildings. CHINESE TROOPS KILL r,000 REDS Shanghai, Nov. 27 (OR). Gen. Hochiet today reported Chinese National Government soldiers had killed more than 1,000 Communists and captured 2,000 more in a forty-eight-hour battle near the 11 una n-Kianshi border. 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