by Batya Zajbel-Izraelewicz
Translated from the Hebrew by Gloria Berkenstat Freund
In my time, four Jews - Zaynwl Rybsztajn, Leibke Inglik, Leib Zajdel and my father, Ayzyk Zajbel - rented the market place (Targowisko). I remember that we had a good income from our partnership in the market. My father saved money and bought the meadow near the synagogue courtyard.
A market day took place every second Wednesday. Guards stood at the gates and took payment for entering the market.
Later, during the time of the Polish state, the anti-Semites from the city managing committee did not permit Jews to rent the market place. It went over into Polish hands. One by one the Poles took over other means of income in the shtetl.
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