GAMBIER — What does it mean to be Jewish in Knox County?

 

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  1. Docile Jim Brady

    On 18 November 2003, the late Helen Zelkowitz was interviewed by Naomi Schottenstein for Columbus Jewish Historical Society. Mrs. Zelkowitz recalled that her spouse Charles (registered in Ohio 1930-09-10) opened a law office in Knox County in the early 1930′snnHis solo practice, over time, evolved to the present Zelkowitz, Barry & Cullers law firm, currently with six attorneys.nnThe office of Attorney Services at The Supreme Court of Ohio [ASSCO], as of 22 April 2011, CONTINUES to incorrectly list Mr. Zelkowitz’s law school as Cornell.nnT’aint so. He ATTENDED Cornell in L1 and won a moot court award. nnHe transferred to Oho State University’s law school, now The Ohio State University Michael E. Moritz College of Law earned an LL.B., now designated J.D. nnI’ve alerted ASSCO of the error, but have not devoted the time to pester them into submission, albeit it was informed that OSU reocords confirm my claim.nn:-) I’m tempted to ask Attorney Railsback for pro bono help convincing ASSCO to correct its database at sc.ohio.gov, since he also earned his J.D. at OSU ! :-)nnAccording to Mrs. Zelkowitz’s interview, his first year earnings was an earning — 25u00a2 for notarizing a signature.nnBTW: I’ve typed for me and not for any other person or entity.nnAll rights reserved — all wrongs denied. :-)n2011-04-22T1335 -0400