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JEWISH VOICE:

American weekly newspaper; published in St. Louis, Mo., since Jan. 1, 1888. The present editor, M. Spitz, founded on Aug. 29, 1879, the "Jewish Tribune," which title was changed to the "Jewish Free Press," and later to the "Jewish Voice."

The "Jewish Voice" is a Reform paper with conservative tendencies. Jointly with S. H. Sonneschein the editor issued for a time, as a supplement, a German monthly entitled "Sulamith."

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