Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1945-11-02, page 01
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.Vn li,'(«i)logical & HLslDrlcal Mu; iN. High St. at 1.5th—I ¦ SlW/Servuig Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \\yA\X Vol. 23i No. 44 Entered as Second-Class Matter. Postofflce Ojlumbus.. Ohio. COLUMBUS, OHIO, PRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1945 Strictly Confidential Tldbhs From Everywhere By Phineas 3, Biron HAPPY ENDING... )teA couple of columns ago we told you about Lt. Isadore Os- lick ot Philadelphia, who had been unjustly convicted of mur¬ der In Bavaria OsUck, you remember, was sentenced to 30 years' Imprisonment. .In a letr ter to Joe Brainln Mrs. Oslick now wTltes: "I know that you would be glad to share in the g6od news and would join us In happiness as you did in our anxiety..I want you to know the contents of a cablegram just received from my husband. Lt. Isadore Oslick..It reads: 'I have been cleared.. Am await¬ ing reassignment. Please stop investigation at home'" Con¬ gratulations to Secretary Patter¬ son for his quick action WAR RECORD... teThe photographic exhibit sponsored' by the Council A- galnst Intolerance in America la a swell Job, .One of the featured personalities in the section "Jews In World War II" is Sergeant Irving Strobing, who tapped out the last message sent from Corregidor before ¦ that fortress fell Dr. Daniel Poling reveals that out ot a total ot 860,000 New Yorkers inducted into the armed forces during the war 250,000 were Jews. This means approximate¬ ly 30 per cent Quite a record. REPORT... ^Ex-Senator Reynolds' "Na¬ tionalist Party" is encouraging stormy weather..You are most probably aware that one of Reynolds' chief fund solicitors for his party is none other than Joe McWillllams, the notorious pro-Nazi Wer'e told that a number of Chambers of Com¬ merce In key cities throughout America have issued warnings against Reynolds' fund-raising activities (Continued on Page 8) SPEAKER FOR A. Z. A, BABBATH NOV. Oth Akron Jewish Leader To Address J. W. V. Banquet Thursday Ail Jewish Veterans of World War I and World War II have been Invited to attend the Arm¬ istice Day Dinner of Capitol Post No. 122, Jewish War Vet¬ erans ot the United States, which Is to be held next Thurs¬ day evening, Nov. Sth, at the Seneca Hotel. Reservations for the affair, which Is scheduled for 7 p. m., are being handled by Morris Lefeure, Phone FA. 3530. The speaker and the guest of honor on that occasion will be Samuel Friodman, well known Akron attorney antl civic lead¬ er, who win discuss important phases of the Jewish veterans program. Mr. Friedman Is an outstanding member of the B'nai B'rith and is active in ev¬ ery worthwhile endeavour in the Akron Jewish community. He has served as State Depart¬ ment Commander of the Jewish War Veterans and is one ot the trustees of the National or¬ ganization. His message Thurs¬ day evening should be of time¬ ly importance to all interested in the future progress ot Jew¬ ish . War Veteran groups throughout the country. D-voud fo Am.rlcan and Jcwlih Id.dit SHE WtLL SPEAK ON "EUROPE TODAY—AN EYE WITNESS" TUESDAY Noted Light Opera Star To Be Heard Here Nov. 13th J. Charles Gilbert, notable light opera star, whose perform¬ ances In "Blossom Time," "The New Moon," "The Student Prince," "The Choco.Iate Sold¬ ier," and many other light op¬ eras have been hailed tor sea¬ son after season on the legiti¬ mate stage, will be presented by the Bryden Rd, Temple Brotherhood and Sisterhood as the Fall social attraction in connection with the Centennial program <in Tuesday, Nov. 13, it was announced this week. His program will be in the form of' a lecture—recital, presenting the mirth and melody of Gilbert and Sullivan. Cecelia B. Datidson When Cecelia Razovsky Dav¬ idson speaks for the Council ot Jewish Women next Tuesday evening, Nov. 6, 8 o'clock, at the Bryden Road Temple, she will u.se as her subject, "Europe To¬ day—An Eye Witness Speaks," Mrs. Davidson is considered the most Informed personality oiv International relief, and has Just returned from Europe af¬ ter eight months' service with UNRRA and the Joint Distri¬ bution Committee. During her stay in Paris, she organized Central Location Bureau and a Personal Service Division for the American Joint Distribution Committee, to which organiza¬ tion she had been loaned by UNRRA. These Divisions were concerned with problems affect¬ ing persons who had been in hiding during the German Oc¬ cupation In France, and per¬ sons who had returned from concentration camps and slave labor in Germany. The return¬ ing and repatriated men and women were seeking members of their broken families, and the organization assisted them in becoming re-united with the fortunate remnants of their families who had escaped the (Continued on Page 8) Sidaey L. Katz Columbus Chapter No. 155 will observe th^ annual A. Z. A. Sabbath on Friday evening, i Nov. 9th, In conjimction wlthl hundreds of other chapters in the United States, Canada and England. The local Chapter will hold Its . services at the Agudath Achlm Synagogue. The guest speaker will be Sidney Katz, Vice-President of Zion Lodge, B'pal B'rith, and of the Colum¬ bus Zionist District (Continued on Page 8} Reserved Seats For Donor Dinner Dec. 9 Being Assigned Assignment of reserved seats for the annual Donor Dinner of the Columbus Chapter of Had assah, to be held on Sunday evening, Dec. 9, St the Deshler Wallick Hotel, begins this week It Is therefore suggested that checks be mailed at once to Mrs. S. Ornstein, treasurer, at 56 N. Stanwood Rd., as ail seats are reserved in the order in which checks are received. Included in the seating plan is the arrangement whereby an entire group may be seated to¬ gether, provided that all checks are sent in at the same time, with the notation that the party desires to be seated at the same table. Mirs. WUllam Schiff, general Chairman for the Donor Dinner, announces that plans are pro¬ gressing very well.. HBNBY MOnOmiTlBAV, JR., TO BE HONORED BY B'NAI B'RITH WITH MBDALUON WASHINGTON, D. O. (JPS) —A Testimonial dinner honor¬ ing Henry Miorgenthau,, Jr., Sec¬ retary of the U. S. Treasury during most of Franklin D. Roosevelt's Administration, will be tendered by the Supreme Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Novem¬ ber -7th, in New York City, It was announced here. 125 New Memebrs Are Reported By B'nai Brith Joe Levison, chairman of the B'nai B'rith membership com¬ mittee, antfoupced that 125 ap¬ plications for new members have been signed to date. Three teams are competing In the drive with the Red and White teams leading to date, ac¬ cording to Levlson. Dave Feerer and Abe Silverman, head the two top teams and Bert Levitt is directing the activities of the Blue team. The next meeting of Colum¬ bus' B'nai B'rith will be Mon¬ day, Nov. 12, at the Broad St. Temple. A Joint meeting with the lo¬ cal Jewish War Veterans will feature fitate Senator Roscoe R. Walcutt as the speaker. This Joint meeting Is annual¬ ly scheduled to help celebrate Armistice Day for both organi¬ zations. It is open to the pub¬ lic. RECORD TURNOUT ANTICIPATED FOR B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN 7th ANNUAL BAZAAR SUNDAY AT CHITTENDEN Plans have been completed for the Seventh Annual Charity Bazaar of B'nai B'rith Women, to be held tomorrow evening (Sunday, Nov. 4th) at the Chit¬ tenden Hotel, it was announ¬ ced by Mrs. William Bronska. Bazaar Chairman. At a final committee meeting Mrs. Irving Cohen, pt-esident of the local chapter, stressed the importance of this annual fund raising pro¬ ject. Mrs. Cohen said. "Upon the success of our Charity Ba¬ zaar depends the measure of our assistance to the many B'nai B'rith philanthropic, education¬ al and relief agencies we, as B'nai B'rith Women, are pledg¬ ed to support. All ot us have worked hard to assure our loy¬ al friends a pleasant evening, and trust that the good people of Columbus will patronize the Bazaar this year, as they have in the past." The Dinner Committee re¬ ported that It wlil start the serving of the dinner promptly at 5 P. M., when the doors ot the Bazaar open. This meaJ, In¬ cluding Roast Turkey, Dressing and all the trimmings, will be offered for $1.25 per person and is under the capable supervision' of Mrs. Joseph Shaefer and Mrs. Harry Lichtenstein. As has been the custom in the past, the Cake Booth will have for sale cakes, roils, past¬ ries and noodles which have been home made by the women of the organization. Mrs. I. M. Harris heads this committee. Other booths which are al¬ ways well patronized include the Country Grocery Store, the Flower Shop, the Refreshment Stand, the Sweet Shop, in ad- Mrs. Irving Cohen ditlon to which is the Sewing Counter, which will feature this year hard to find notions which have been made available with the end of the war In addition to . other regularly featured booths'and their o'fferlngs, spec¬ ial articles such as a full size hand made atghan, a hand cro¬ cheted Corde bag and bat set, will also be for sale. AC grand door prize of a $.50.00 Victory War Bond, and many other attractive and use¬ ful gifts will be distributed throughout the evening. ¦ In conjunction with the Vic¬ tory Bond Drive which opened this week, Lazarus Victory Cor¬ ner win again sfet up a Bond Booth and Mrs. Isaac Goldberg and Mrs, John Comeras will al¬ so be on hand to assist in this effort. —Buy Victory Bonds— "Sing'n Sew" Theme of T. I. Sisterhood Meeting "Sing'n Sew" will be the theme of the next meeting of the T, I. Sisterhood to be held on Monday. Nov. 5th,. at 2 P. M. at the Broad St. Temple. Appearing on the singing pro¬ gram are the- following: Mes¬ dames S. Zaron, B.- Barban, A Levison and O. Smilaek. Thai sewing, under the direction of Mrs. E. Kellner, will be in con¬ nection with the Serve-a-Chap. lain Project. Materials for hand- kercheifs, wash cloths and thread will be furnished, but, members are asked to bring their own knitting needles and crochet needles. A tea and social hour will fol¬ low the meeting with Mesdames Leon Ginsburg, S. Subow, H. Zox, Wm. Zelkowitz, Abe Wol¬ man and Michael Zellzer acting as hostesses. This program was arranged by Mrs. A. Zacks and commit¬ tee. Members are asked to bringi their Sales Tax Stamps to the meeting. CHnVOPODISTS HONORED The Central Ohio Academy of Chiropodists honored five vet¬ eran members at the conclusion of ita two-day annual meeting here last Sunday. Awarded honorary 25-year memberships In the academy were Dr. Arthur Zipser of Col¬ umbus, and Dr. Alexander Zip¬ ser of Zanesvllle, O. Dr. E. J, Gordon Elected To Board Dr. E, J. Gordon, president of the Schonthal Center, was elected a member of the Board ot Governors, of the Midwest Se .ion, National Jewish Wel¬ fare Board, at the recent Seven¬ th Annual Conference of that organization (Octotwr 21) In Chicago. The National Jewish Welfare Board Is the parent body for Jewish centers, YMHA'S, camps, and similar undertakings, and as the Jewish representative to the, USO has been administering the program of service to the men and women ot the armed forces. The Midwest Section was organized to serve the area from Pittsburgh to Denver and from Canada to the Ohio River. The Field Office is located in Chicago and serves these com¬ munities through surveys, per¬ sonnel placement and training, board institutes, building con¬ sultations, and other methods. NATIONAL CONVENIION OF PIONEER WOMEN NEW YORK (JPS)—The 9th Annual National Convention of the Pioneer Women's Organiza¬ tion, coinciding with its 20th Anniversary, will be held No¬ vember 7th to 12th in Cleveland. Ohio. Hundreds of delegates froni chapters throughout the Unit¬ ed States and Canada will meet to discuss a blueprint for their post-war program. This will be the first convention of the Pion¬ eer Women's Or^nlzatlon.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1945-11-02|
|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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