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Another Jew Named to Roumanian Senate

December 21, 1928
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Another Roumanian Jew was elected to the Senate in the elections held by the Galatz Chamber of Commerce.

Max Ausschnit, industrialist and member of the National Peasant Party, was chosen, defeating the Liberal candidate.

The Metropolit of the Greek Orthodox Church of Moldavia issued a circular to the priests under his jurisdiction prohibiting them from participating in the anti-Semitic movement led by the Cuzists. The anti-Semitic movement is a danger to the state and to the Christian religion, the Metropolit declared in the circular.

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