Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1944-09-29, page 01
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Aictmonlogiciil & Hisloncal Mus- N. High St. at 15th—1 v^- SPO^ Serving Colmnbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \\7A\K Vol 22, No. 40 Entered aa Second-Cluss Matter. Postofflce Coltimbtu,, Ohio. (X>LUMBUH, OHIO, FHIDAY. SJffl^TBMBER 29, 1M4 O«fot«d to Amarfcdn and Jffwiih IdHli i i W Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Everywhere By Phlncas J. Blron YOU SHOIJI.D KNOW . . . (^ The current- Issue of the Gentile News, organ of the Gen¬ tile Cooperative Association, does us the "honor" of quoting our column ... It descrltics as "wishful dreaming our .state¬ ment that it l.s In the down- path , . . This antl-Semltlc group denies that it Is anti Semitic — and on the very same page back.s Gerald G. Smith's Amerlcan-Flr.sters . . . And do you know what the "Buy Only ' Gentile" gentry charge your. truly with? . . . Antl-GentUism, no less . . . Yep. that's what they call opposition to antldemoo- racy . . . The whispering cam¬ paign ahout Secretary Hull's Jewish wife is In full swing, In¬ cidentally, and it's Gerald K. .Smith'.s anti-Semitic propagan¬ da peddlers who are using it . . . IX'HOBH . . . 6M| H o m e m li c r w h e n tho I-'i'ench warship Uichclicii sud¬ denly dashed inte New York Harbor a couple of .years ago. and (|uite a few of her sailors jumped ship in order to fight on tho Free I-'ronch side? , . . Most of thoni were (luickly (Continued on Page 8) Response To Edwin J. Schanfarber Fund Most Gratifying Chesier Features B'nai B'rith Meeting Ilegular Meeting Tuosdny Devoted To Famous Singer Ol Traditional Jewish Songs Lt. Maurice P. Chesier, Cleve¬ land, will present a program of Jewish songs as a feature of the regular B'nal B'rith meeting next Tuesday, October .3, at the Broad St. Temple. Lt. Chesier, accompanied by Miss Esther Freiberg, Cleve¬ land, has won wide acclaim for his interpretatiotis ot all the pha.ses of the life of the Jew Response of Columbus yieo- pie to the I'Jdwin J. Schanfarber Memorial Fund appeal has been mo.st gratifying, according to Simon liazarus, general chair¬ man. Mr. Lazarus is confident that the local share of the $100,- 000 sought will be reached. Reports from the natlon-wiUe ¦ effort have hOen slower in ar riying, but it is anticipated that the committee of District Grand Lodge No. 2, headed, by Louis J. Ilorinsloin, Indianapolis, and the commitlee soliciting i)crKon- al frltmds of ''F. .1.", headed by Edmund I. Kauffman, Wash¬ ington, will soon announce sul)- slantlal contributions to the fund. Subscriptions to tho Memor ial I''und, to be used to erect a new home for the B'nal B'rith Ohio State University Chapter of I-IiUer Foundation, should be mailed to Julius W. Steinhaus¬ er. fund treasurer, In care of F. & R. Lazarus Co. Mrs. Loudermllk To Address Hadassah Meeting Oct. 12th The Columbus Chapter of Ha¬ dassah will open the new sea¬ son with a meeting and tea on Thursday afternoon, October 12, at the' Bryden Road Temple, with Mrs. Walter C. Louder¬ mllk of Washington, D. C as guest speaker. Mrs. Loudermllk, wife of Professor Walter C. Loudermllk, a.ssLstant chief of the U. S. De¬ partment of Agriculture Soli Conservation flureau has been a frequent and much .sought af¬ ter speaker on the subject of Palestine for Hadassah and other Jewi.sh groups. After eight months' residence In the Near Hast, including Palestine, whore her husband was con- <luf(ing his "Land Use Stutltes", Mrs. Ivoudermllk cyme back lo this country convinced that "The .lewish colonies have done the finest reclamation of old lands found in three conllnonts" and Ihat "they are tho most successful of modern times". As a speaker nn i'alcijtinc. Mrs. Loudermllk brings to her audience a wide and sympathe¬ tic knowledge of her sLd)joct. great charrTi of [lersonalily. and an educational background which has been eniiched by ex¬ tensive travels. "PALBSTINK SPEAKS" TIME CSHANfJBD TO 1:30 P. M. THIS SUNDAY wr-i Miiiirirc I*. Clit'slcr Lt. John H. Fox, Jr. To Address T. I. Men's Club Thursday Lieut. John II. Fox, Ji-., in charge of Naval Air facilities, '.Ith Naval District in Columbus, wdll be the main speaker at the (tponing meeting and stag party of the Hroad Street Tompio Bro- • therhood next Thursday, Ocl, flth. H P. M., in the Tifereth Is¬ rael Social Hall. This marks the first of a series of attractive programs being planned by this men's organization for the lO-pl -15 season, A sotiial hoLU' and refreshments will follow the evening's meeting. Martin J. Polster, brother¬ hood presitienl, extends a cor¬ dial Invitation to all male mem¬ bers of the congregation as well as. their friends to attend Thurs¬ day night's event. Irving S. Cohen is this year's secretary of the T. I. Men's Club. through the ages. Wilhoul cos lume or stage settings he will I'orli-uy Ihc i-olorfiil hisloi-y of Ihe Jew through music. Recently retired from the armed services after i)arlicipali ing in the y\frican (!ami>aign and the in\'asion of Si(.-ily, Ches- lei' has been -conducling week¬ ly and hoiiilay religious .ser¬ vices for servicemen at the Crilo fleneral Hospital in Cleve¬ land. DiU'ing the past years, bo- cause of the crying need for uplifting of Jewish courage and morale, ho has devoted his genius entirely to the repro¬ duction of tho innate spirit and faith of his forbears. Today Maurice Chesier lnteri)rots tho role c)f the international .lew . . and In one progra.m takes the audience from Ihe banks of the river at Slobodka, across the phnns of Polantl. tiornuiny and Roumanla, lo the sweat-shops of Now York and through the medium of present day com¬ posers he brings to tho platform the Jew of modern America. While in Africa he found the oppoi-tunity to visit the centers of Sepharciic-Jewish life and his experience there have been ad¬ ded to this Interpretive music. "His rendition of Hebrew and traditional melodies not only affords "I'Xtreme enjoyment to his listeners, Imt arouses in them a just pride in the genu¬ ineness of Jewish musical cul ture", says Simon J. Groen. I'ast I'residenl of the Cleveland Lodge li'nai B'rith. A .^hori business session is planned to stai^ al H o'cloc.k Tuesdaj evening to allow a full program by Lt. Chesier, accord ing to lOdward Schlezingor, pres idem ot tho local H'nal B'rith. Guests are welcome. Temple Brotherhood Completes Plans For Big Stag Thursday N. V. B'NAI BIirrH SELLS OVKK 1.1 MILLION DOLLAItS WAII BONDS NKW YOKK (JPSl—B'nai B'rith in the New York Metro¬ politan area raised over $15,000,- 000 In the 5th War Loan Drive, it was announced here. The B'nal B'rith quota in this area was dmy $7,000,000. As aji (opening attraction to what promises lo be one of the outstanding and most ambitious programs ever launched by the Hryilen Road Temple Brother¬ hood, is tlie membership stag dinner set for next Thursday, Oct. flth, (1::!0 P. M.. at the Winding Hollow Country Club, The affair is free lo all paid-up members with a nominal charge for guests. One of tho big atlractio,is tjiai evenlug is the Kosher stylo din¬ ner being prepareti b.v Mrs. Yet ty .Margolis. known throughout Ilie city for her delicious and templing Jewish food. On Ihe menu are such specialties as C'.efillte I'^ish, IleVrlng, Chopped Liver, Kishke. Roast Beef, Slru- dlo, etc. Tho.se who have had the good fortune of enjoying those tasty foods in the !)ast will have a real treat awaiting them Thursday evening. According to Leonard Slern, Brotherhood president, ration-, Ing restrictions make it Impera¬ tive for every one lo send reser vations in advance. Reserva¬ tion notices and return govern¬ ment cards have this week l>een mailed to the member¬ ship. The deadline Is Tuesday, Oct. ;ird. Featured on the evening's pro¬ gram is a message pertaining lo tho iiost-war era by .Mien Cundersheiiner; greetings from L. J. Coodiiuin, Temple presi¬ dent ami remarks by Rabbi S. M, Cup, Herbert l.evj' is to act as toastmaster for till' occasion. The coinmillef on arrange¬ ments also announces that the usual games of every variety for the entertainni'ent anti pleas¬ ure of those present will follow the meeting. Headed by Slg Weisskerz as chairman, the committee in charge includes Rudy Klemper¬ er, Harry Lerner, Earl Soule, Sam Gordon, Allan 'I'arshlsih, Walter Katz, L. J. Goodman, Mel Frank, Les Thai and Milt Staub. .1. Kdw, iln,nii)crg The true story of one of tbe most ainazing battles of the war. the defense of the Warsaw (Ihelto, will be told Ihis Sllnd.iy tifternoon on "I'alestiiu' Speaks" over station WHKC al the new schedideil lime. I..'Id I'. .\I,, un¬ der the asupices of the Coluni¬ bus Dislrict of Ihe /.iniii.-,t or¬ ganization of Ameii(a Featiiriiig llu- noied slage ;inil s('ri'eii actor. .1, l-ldward Broin berg. "Palesriiie Speaks!" tells for the first time bow tho /.ioii- ist riidcrground smuggled arms from Palestine into tbe besieged Polish cajiital. and Iiow an Army of .lewish figblers held up liu' Cernians Cor- forf.vsevcn days. .SPKAIiKK KOK COC.VCIL Mi;|.)TlN<i TrilSDAY AT 'I'K.MPLE Zionist Leaders. Hail Formation Of Brigade Croup NRW YORK (JPS)—Zionist leaders here hailed Britain's an¬ nouncement of the formation of a Jewish Brigade Group as an acknowledgement of Jewish Palestine's war .services and as a recognition of the Jews as an Ally. Dr. Abba Hlllel Silver and Dr. Stephen S. Wise, co- chair*ien of the American Zion¬ ist Emergency Council, express¬ ed "earnest hoije that the rec¬ ognition thus accorded the Jews as a people in the armies of the United Nations will be a preliminary to Jewi.sh repre¬ sentation at the Peace Confer¬ ence and In the council of the nations In all matters affecting the future of European Jewry . and of I'alestine". Pointing out that the British Co\enMnent's announcement comes "as the ciilmrnalion of a stt'ugglo which has been con- dueled since the beginning of the war hy the .lewish Agency for Palestine and the World Zionist Orgtiiiiziition, and in this countr.s' liy ilie .American Zion¬ ist f'lmer^enry Council, for Ihc rr^i'ognitioii of the right of Pal- estitliaii - and Stateless .lews to fight as .lines ill the war against tile .N'a^i .'iggrossor". the sfate- iiient added tlial the .lewish Bri¬ gade (h'oup -wili desire aliove all lo pla,\' its pan in the iin-as- ioii of (Iermany and in the fes¬ cue of what survives of tho .lewry of Furope". Addressing the bill-1.'', Inaug- tual conference of H'nai Zion Louis Lipsky. the .organization's president and member of tho .lewish .Agenc.N', characterized the arlion of the Hrilish War Office as "the long deferred rec- ogniiion of the Jusl demand of the .lewish Agenc.y for Pales- line, suhmitied at Ihe beginning of tlie war. that .lows be given tlie right lo enlist and fight on the balllefields under their own ndine and flag agstinst Iheir merciless enemy". "Declaring Ihat the announced creation of a .lewish brigade composed of [hose gallant bat¬ talions of ,lewisli youth alread.v serving in Palestine is a source of satisfaction to American Zionists". Dr. Israel (.'oldstein. President of tho Zionist Organ¬ ization of .America, expressed" confidence that the Jewish fighting unit "Will have the privilege of actively participat¬ ing in the final battle which will rout the Nazi hordes from the face of i-kirope". \'iva Bootiie Invitations liave this week been mailed to all menibers of the Columbus Section, National Council of .lewdsli Women, lo altend the Cotllicirs first meet- iiig of tile season which is to b-' held next Tuesday, Oc-t .'Ird, 2 P, M.. at the Hryden Road Tem¬ ple. The speaker for this oc casion will be Dr, Viva Hoothe, director of the Bureau of Busi¬ ness Research, Ohio State llni- versily. She wili havo as her subject "The Political Weight of Women". Dr, BoolVio-recelvetl her A, B., degree from the University o/ Texas, and her M. A. and Pll D., from the University of Penn¬ sylvania, i'rlor to her coming to Ohio State, she was statlsU- elan in, the Food Administration MlI/rON I). (OHN HEADS DISABLKl) VKTKUANS DENVKK (.IP Si—Milton D. Cohn, of Buffalo. N. Y., was unanimously electeil national commaniler of the Disabled American Veterans al tho or¬ ganization's convention here. and in the War Industries Hoard during the World War and from 11128 to li):i2 was head of Lhe Department of Fconomlcs and Sociology, Elmire College, Flmira. N. Y. Dr. Boothe Is the author of well known liooks in her specialized field and is edi¬ tor of a number of publications at Ohio State University. Following. Dr. "Boothe's talk, a lea and reception, honoring new and prospective memiiers, will be held in the Temple Ves¬ try. Members are asked to liring their tax stamps and pen¬ ny' t)anks with them to this meeting.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1944-09-29|
|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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