Religion: Buddha Out

The application made a fortnight ago by certain U. S. Buddhists for permission to erect a statue of Siddartha Gautama in Central Park, Manhattan (TIME, Dec. 14) was rejected last week by Francis D. Gallatin, Commissioner of Parks.

Channukah, Jewish Feast of Lights, of Dedication, came again last week to remind devotees that a man's home is not only his castle but his temple.

For eight evenings at sundown, beginning with the Sabbath eve, (Friday) almost every Jewish household assembled before an odd-shaped candelabra, a candleholder with nine sockets—eight in as straight array...

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