Religion: Rosh Hashonah Doings

¶Anshe Ernes Congregation, Chicago, was to broadcast (through the Chicago Daily News radio station WMAQ) music, chanting, ram's horning and sermons of its Rosh Hashonah (Jewish New Year's) services this week. ¶The Jewish Tribune, weekly magazine, learned in editorials, popular in text, in its Rosh Hashonah number issued last week, started a contest among its readers to decide "which Jew, by his service to America, deserves to be honored with a statue. ... No Jew has been nationally honored by the community for his services to America. In New York City, the Jews...

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