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out to the wedding of Max ###schnitt and Livia Pordean, ###ch was originally to take place December 26, 1934. The anti-##tic Iron Guard organization im###iately raised a storm on this ###sion, attacking the impending riage of a Jew and a Gentile ###onstrations were staged in ### of Pordean’s house whenever schnitt visited his fiancee. Po##a Vremii, a Rumanian anti-##tic paper, carried a seres of ##cks, saying that it would be a ##ional disgrace” if this marriage ## to take place.

The agitation assumed such #atening aspects that Ausschnitt ## himself compelled to postpone ## wedding indefinitely.

While the Iron Guard men were the lookout for Mr. Ausschnitt ### Miss Pordean, suspecting that ##uiet wedding would take place ##ewhere outside Bucharest, the ## gave them the slip by proceed## to Tinisoara where Bishop ##a, the most important church# in Rumania, performed the ##-postponed marriage ceremony.

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