Houskeeping ability saved Mrs. Julius Greenberg of Cleveland from deportation.
Mrs. Greenberg who came in 1916 from Roumania to this country to join her children has been under bond since. She was twice examined and declared feebleminded and slated to be deported on August 16.
Congressman Charles Mooney of Cleveland appealed to the authorities pointing out that Mrs. Greenberg was an excellent houskeeper. She was granted a stay for another year.
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