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It is now our hope to extend our coverage, although there are still real limitations to our ability to expand.
Our staff is still small, the paper shortage acute, and printing facilities not readily available for too extensive a program.
21, 1936 issue declared it to be published semi-monthly. On June 7, 1946, [an] announcement appeared [titled “Introducing The Akron Jewish News"]: "To those who have read about or participated in plans for the expansion of the Center, it will seem only logical to hear that the old Center News has expanded too, as evidenced by our new name.
For some time the Jewish Community has felt the need for a suitable outlet for news of its activities and its plans…
JCBA's Annual Campaign helps sustain the Akron Jewish News.
20, 1929, however this is Volume 1, Number 6 and bears the statement “Entered as 2nd Class Mail Nov.
15, 1929,” which would place its beginning at the Observer’s demise.
Even when I first started at the newspaper in 2002, we were still "pasting up" the paper until slowly transitioning into fully designing and submitting each issue electronically.
The size, shape and staff of the newspaper has shifted through the years.In June 1976, Jan Fish was appointed by the Akron Jewish Center as Akron Jewish News business and advertising manager.The Akron Jewish News has always strived to be a true community newspaper, providing information not only of local events but also of national and international interest.It has been edited for brevity and bracketed information added for clarity. Included in the Observer was a section called the Akron JC Bulletin and many items from JTA [the Jewish Telegraphic Agency].