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Albert Colomb, Manager of Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, Dead

February 27, 1967
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Funeral services were held here today for Albert Golomb, general manager of the Jewish Chronicle of Pittsburgh, who died Thursday night at the age of 63.

Mr. Golomb was a vice-president of the American Jewish Press Association, a member of the board of directors of the Hebrew Institute of Pittsburgh, and a member of the Zionist Organization of America, B’nai B’rith and the Brandeis University Men’s Club. Among the many leaders who attended the services was Adolph Rosenberg, of Atlanta, president of the AJPA. The offices of the Jewish Chronicle were closed down Friday in memory of Mr. Golomb.

Mr. Golomb, who was born in Pittsburgh, began his journalistic career as associate sports editor on the defunct Pittsburgh Dispatch. After graduation from the University of Pittsburgh, he became publisher of the American Jewish Outlook here, a weekly that was later absorbed by the Jewish Chronicle.

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