Un­fair to Hier

The Jewish Chronicle - - LIFE - Bushey, Herts Kid­dush Hashem,

were con­tacted by the Home Office search­ing for mem­bers of staff keen on cross­word puz­zles —her name (Re­nee Crocker) must have been sub­mit­ted and she was sum­moned to an office in Pic­cadilly. Clearly she was thought to be suit­able and she spent a year at Bletch­ley Park while still liv­ing at home (in Ken­ton — the rail­way line from Ken­ton went di­rectly to Bletch­ley sta­tion, where the sta­tion sign had been re­moved).

I am sure that there are many hun­dreds of fam­i­lies with sim­i­lar sto­ries and it makes me proud to think that my mother played a part (how­ever small) in this re­mark­able piece of his­tory. Judy Mar­golin,

Rabbi Marvin Hier’s par­tic­i­pa­tion in the in­au­gu­ra­tion of Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump was a true and not an act of “un­prin­ci­pled

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