Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1944-05-26, page 01
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ArchaeClogituI & IILstoricul Muh- N. High St. at lOth—l ifcONICLE Sf\V/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jevyish Community \\7A\K Vnl 99 Wn 90 Entered as Second-Class Matte: vol. ^£, «o. £1. Postofflco Columbus.. Ohio. COLVMIU'H, OHU), FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1944 DdvDtsd lo American ^nd Jewlih Idadli Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Eveirwhere By I'hinons J. Biron POblTIC.VI. (.O.MMKXT . . . (Bj Wcll-infiirmcd rinlcs regard a.^i a pnliiiral liliiiKkT Ihe A|ipenl to fiialin issued liy tlie Emer Reiie.v Cummittee to Save llic .leuisli Peii|>le of Kiiriipe . .Some ir.eniheiv of I hl.s Emer geney Cnnimitlee are known in IVIo.scow ii.s having maintained a eoasistently anti-Sovie( attitude ¦ 'I'hey are eerlainly the wrong |ieoj)le to ajijjcal lo Stalin for iinything . . . l.ISTION HKRI': . . , fBj liLshop FraneLs' ,1. I-Iaa.s' ar re|)lanre of the eoehairmtm.ship of the Couneil again.st Intoier ance is tin inijiortant event . . . Dean of the Catholic Univer¬ sity of Aniericti tind former ehiilrman of the Fair Employ ment Praetlee.s Committee, ihe Tlishop is a righler . . . Dr. Ls¬ rael Goldstein's ine.^.sage on fJ- I);iy. iiddresse<l to Zionists, was a gretit patriotic tuid Zionisi document ... A numher rtf cor¬ respondents ask us why the American .Jewish groiip.s don't institute energetic protests against the I'olish government in-exile, now thiit (ienertil An ders' notorious ami Semitic or¬ der of lhe day has heen proven authenlfe . . . Our answer is that we don'l know . . . We helieve it i.s high time to take drastic iiction . . . IjITisrary notes ... (Td sholom Asch's "The .Apostle" is on the Catholic Index as ob- jeetionahle literature " . . . .lo.sef Israel.s 2nd, son of the late Mrs. Henry .Moskowitz and grand- nephew (If the famous Dutch painter wht>.se name he liears, is serving in the merchant marine, l)Ut hiis none the less written an iirtlcle on aerial gunnery . What is more, the article Is bas ed on perstinttl experience . . . Israels maniiged this by tempor ai;ily joining an .Americiin iiir fofce Clew ilurlng a leiue grant¬ ed him In the .South I'acific ;iro;i . . . (icrtrude Ilerg, creator of radio's "Cioldberg l-aniiiy", will author ii comic strip featuring her well known chai'aeters hjr the New York Tost beginning nexi month . ;. , This will be Mrs, llerg's first newsp;iper ap¬ pearance since Irer weekly feiit urette. "Mamatalks", wiis dis¬ tributed hy the Seven .-Vrts Fea ture Syndicate some vears ago. THK .MTSICAI, B1:AT . fcl The sponsors (¦! the, .Madison Sciiiai'e ("¦arden l-kig Day obser vaiice on .June 11, hiid a liiippy Inspiration when they decided to present Malevy's opera "l.a ,Juive" on thiJi occasion . . .' This i m m o r c ii I masterpiece agiilnst Intolerance will he most approijriate ... A tone poem de.scribing Hetiy I.amarr Is the latest work of composer George Antheil . . . .Atid things vve never knew Ijefoi'e: That there is a theory that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the fiimous Austrian composer, vvas born a Jew, but was baptized in his early child- howl on the orders of un Imper¬ ial personage who, hearing- the Infant prodigy pei'form, decreed that a Jew could not be a genius , . . We garnered this from "A Guide for the Bedevilled", whose author Ben Hecht, attributes the ukase to Marie Antoinette, though he',s incline to the tjellef that If there is anything to the story it must have been Marie Antoinette's Mother, Maria Ther esa, who brought about the con- (Continued ot) Page 8) §ehi£f Again Heads United Jeiivisli Fund Koherl W. Schlff I. \V, (Jan-k 300,000 Food Packages To Be Sent To Refugees \K\V VOKK (JI'S) —Refugees in liu.ssia iind w;tr victims in Al¬ lied, neiilral iind occupied terri lory will receive more than Hon, 000 piickages nf food, medicine and clothing from the .-Xmerican .Jewish Joint nisirihution Com¬ mittee this year with funds jirovlded hy the United .lewish ..Xppeai for llefugees. 0\erseiw Needs and Palestine, it ,wiis announced. The Joint Ilistributlon Com mlltec is i-epresvnted together wllh the I'niled I'aiesline .-\ppe;il and lhe N'atioiiiil liefugoe Ser vice in the $.'i:i,oiio.ono niition- wide [-'nitctj .Jewish .-^ppeid ciim palgn, huriii'; the iierlod from Oc toiler. 10i:i, to May 1, 11) II, Jews in Asiatii- Ilussia received :,!l,7!i!i ));ickages. The current fiite of slilimienl is 7,000 packiige.s per month. The Uussian parcel ser •vice will cost Sl.T.'iO.ODO In lll-ll. An ,nddilional UOO.OOI) piickages will lie sent to .lews now in .\i- lled iind neutrid counlries iis well ils behind the eneihy lines in occupied territory,' Announce Shebuoth Radio Programs Holman, Attacked Jews In Senate, Defeated rOKTI...VM) (Ire, iJI'Sj-Sen alor Rufu.s ('.' Holman. of Ore goil, who lasl yeiir delivered a liitterly iintiSemitic speech In the Seniite hiis been deffatul ni the neiiulilican Senaiorl.il |ii i niaries in Oregrin. .Senator Ilolniiin now ioins the ranks of jdlen bailers .Joe St u n(\s, \-ice chiiirman nf tlie Die-, Committee, defeated In the Al.i bama Congressional piimaius and Rush Moll, forniei l' S Senator iind .-Nmericii FirsK i dc feiited in the West \'irRinu gub ernatoriiil iirlmaries, Congic^-, iiiau .Martin Sweeney, mentionid in .(oiin ftoy Ciirlson's txpist "I'nder Cover", wiis also dtfcit ed in the recent Ohio gubt i n i torial primaries, Congif-sman Miirtin Dies himself withdrew from tlie TeXiis priniiiries cliiirg ing tJliP lie iciis opposed hy "l'"iisteru blocs" '.vhi'cli were try¬ ing to get their reliiti\'cs iind ntitioiiiils from iiliri,iiid into this countrv. Jewish War Veterans To Hold Memorial Servioes Tuesday KAitnr H'11,1, ins< I'ss I'lioHiti"; VAN i'aassi:n's HOOIv THl^KHDAV ¦ NEW VOIMi (JPS) —In cele¬ bration of Shebuoth, a special holiday prograin will be lire sented by the United Jewish .\p peal during Ihe "Me.s.sage uf Is rtiel" hovir over the Blue .\et- work ol the. "National Broad¬ casting Company. The speakers on the holiday program will be William Rosenwald, national chairman of Ihe United Jewish Appeal, and Rudolph G, Sonne, liorn, chairman of the National Council of the United Palestine Ajipeal. The "Golden Calf", a radio drama telling the story of a Releh University professor who chooses to die rather than con¬ tinue to bow before the false goils of Nazism, will be present- ed jointly by the National Broadcasting Company and the American Jewish Committee in celebration of Shebuoth. .¦'i'i'i-:ki- .Memoi'laJ Day .Services will he conducted by Cajiitol Post .N'o. l'2'2. Jewish War \'eteran« in co¬ operation with the .American I.e glon. next Tuesday, .May liOth, at ;! P M,, iit the Jewish Ceme¬ tery on Infirmary Road. A s|ie cial inviliition is extended to those in our communily who have lost loved ones in this pres ent conflict. Flrjng sciuad will be furnish¬ ed by Fort Hayes. Rabbi Harry Kaiilan, of lhe B'nal B'rith Hil¬ lel F'oundatlon, will present the Memorial Day Address, Dave Pastor, Past Commander and Chaplain of Post No. VJ'J, will be in charge of services.' AU graves of deceased vet erans will he decorated Sunday morning. May 2Sth, in the Ceme¬ teries on Infirmary Road and Refugee Pike. To meet (lie most critical rescue and reoon.slniction needs in the trnnsition year of lf)l-t, Robert W, Schiff has again consented to head (he United .Fewish Fund Campaign as general chafrman, I. VV. Garclt, a veteran of many years in local fund activity, is to serve as chairman of the campaign organization committee and as vice-chairman of Ihc Men's Division, ivliicli ivill include Arthur Goldberg, Walter Katz. Leonard I^ohn. IVIax Lcvinc. Ralph Lazarus, Herbert Levy, Samuel iVI, Alclton, Albert Schiff, Ed F. Schlezlnger, Samuel Shinbach, Sam Sehlonsky, Robert Weiler, and Abe A. Wolman, The nationwide drive (hi.s year i.s one of unprecedented proportions for a minorily group in Ihe United States to raise $.'$2,(1(10,000 for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Pales¬ tine, In Columbus the personnel bf the United Jewish Fund is already girding for the forthcoming effort in no un¬ certain terms.. The groundwork has heen done, the pre¬ liminary machinery is already in motion. The so-called big gifts arc being solicited, preparatory to the formal opeli- ing of the campaign. At press time no definite date has been set for Ihe kick- off dinner al the Winding Hollow Country Club which iisually precedes the city-wide solicitation. This is be¬ cause of the illness of E, J. Schanfarber, beloved leader of local Jewry who has served as Ihc United Jewish Fund pres¬ ident since its creation some IS years ago. According, lo Mr Schiff, the l.irgcsi soil! In lni;il history hiis been sel for (his yciir to eiiiihle the I'niled .lewish Fund to ful¬ fill its obligations to the more tliiin . .'"i."i benuficiiiiry agencies. The iiiii.joi' portion of this in¬ crease will go to fight growing iinti Semiti-^m lu Ihis ciaintry, to the .lewish Welfiire Board for ils progi'iim of service to .lewish men and woiiu'ii in the armed forces. ,ind to I'nited .lewish Ap¬ peal for refugees, uverseas needs iinil Palesiine, "The iigencies of the I'niled .lewish .ippeiil. the .loint Distri¬ bution '.'ommittee. the United I'iilestine Appeiil ahii tbe .Nation id Refugee Servile are Ihis year reiliiircd to carry on a dual pro- gi-iini: to pi-iniile ii greater meas¬ ure of aid to .lews In Nazi dom jnateii Furujie. piiriiculaiiy in the lliilkiuis, including emigra¬ tion ;iss;,-,tiiiice and selllement in I'iilestine, .ind m broiiden the scope of relief iind rehiibilitution aid for lews liberated from Nazi oppressiiMi. And thai means we niu-t give more liberally and more .,pontiiiieoii-^ly than we liiice ev.'i- given before Give ,,ut of rhe greiillies.-. of our heiirt iiihi with the fueling of griiiiivKle 'bill hiiMii'-' been >piired the rav ii,ges of war, w,' iire i.riviU'ged 1,1 give iind give unsparingly out ,,r the iibiiiidance of our lives lo siilcagiiig the lives of those less lortuiiiite", .Mr. Schiff de clared. Asserting that only tlirough Ihtl fullest paiticipaiion on the pm-t of idl -iectioiis of the Jew. ish coninuiiiiiv can thi.s years campaign objective be achieved. .Mr Schiff called for the motiill- zation of a large army of volun¬ teers. ^^_ LKHMAN'H SON A MAJOR \K\V XCjTuiPs")—John Rob. ert Lehman, son of Herbert H. Lehman, UNRRA Director and former Governor of New York, hiis tieen promoied from captain lo major, iiccording to an an- noucement by the War Depart- mef.t. —Buy War Bonds— Kabhi Maiirl;'e (inldlihitl liabbi MiUll-iee Goldbliill. uf Indianapolis. Ind. will be pre seined ,|.i CohimblH hy ihc lo lill Zionist liistnct in iiii ad.Ire,-,-; to be delivered in the Hall nt .Mirrors. Deshler W'alli.k llolel. at ,s::!0 P. .M,. next Tliiirsdiiv. Jnnc 1st, He uill discuss llie liroblems raised in Pierre \'iin Pailssell¦^; "Forgotten Ally'', Rabbi (loldblall will bring to his address bis manifold exper ience as the director of the lew- ish Public Jtelations Council of Indiaiiiipolis, and a broiid back ground of Jewish and general learning. His lecture on Van Paas.sen recently delivered in his city was received wdth so much acclaim that the Columiius Zionist District felt that his mes.sage would be a real treat to local Jewry. ,'ttabbi Goldblatt is a Phi Beta liappa, graduate of tho Univer sity of Cincinnati, and received his rabbinical training at tlie Hebrew Union College. He was fornierly the Rabbi of the Tem pie Emanuel at lUianoke, Vir¬ ginia, and since IIWS has been asHociuted with the Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation. The public is cordially Invited. All Zionist members are urged to come ami bring their friends.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1944-05-26|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
|Creator||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Collection||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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