Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1945-02-23, page 01
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JWROMCLE SfW/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Commumty \\7AIK Vnl 91 Vn n Sneered oi Second-Ous Matter, vuu ^>, L-to. u PoatofflM Columbua., Ohio. C0I.UMBU8. OHIO, FRIDAV, FEBRUARY 23, 1M5 D«vottd to AmtrlcAB Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Evertrwhere ¦B,V Phineas J. Biron New Kashruth Rules Are Set Up By Local Orthodox Rabbis liiSTBN HBttB . . . bs Before long there'll be a new and sensational expose of otir treatment of German war pris¬ oners ... We know that on the coast German war prisoners fire s, being used to handle war mater- \ iai that is b«lng shipped to our fighting men in the pacific.... This although these Germans are avowed ISTazls who refuse to obey the commands of Amerioan officers who happen to be Jews . . . Indeed, the Army Is alleged to have removed Jewish officers because of Nazis protests . . . When this story breaks It will violently rock the boat In which some of our officials recline so complacently . . . The reason why Leon Blum and other Allied statesmen are still alive in Ger¬ many is that the Nazis are hold¬ ing them against the day of re¬ tribution, when they wlJl serve as hostages . . . The whispering (Continued on Page 8) <2.) Temple Brotherhood Children Party Next Tuesday The annual Father-Son-Daugh¬ ter party of the Bryden Eoad Temple Brotherhood will be heid at the Temple next Tuesday evening. At a joint meeting held Mon¬ day evening, Feb. 19th, by the representatives ot the three local orthodox' congregations and their Rabbis, the following rules to be observed were passed for the welfare of the conimunity In observance of Kashruth and In conformity with the Government Wartime regulations, relating to travel: (1.) SchcWta House, at Wash¬ ington and Fulton St., be opened daily to the public, from ten A. M. to twelve P. M.: Thursday and the day before Holidays, from eight A. M. to eight P. M. Due to the large number ot chicken slaughtered by poultry dealers, the deal¬ ers by arrangement with the Shochtlm, will have the Shotchtlm call at their place of business one day per week and on the day before a holiday. All oth¬ er days the dealers must bring the pouiary to the Shchlta House, at Wash¬ ington and Fulton St. Dealers are to respect thes? rules in order to maintain the dignity of Shchita and Kashruth. Upon report to this com¬ mittee of any violation of these rules, it will, up¬ on investigation. Instruct the Shochtim not to give service to person or per¬ sons violating such rules for a period ot one week. (Signed) —Tlio Commlttoe APOSTATE RABBI "HEARD VOICES" U. P .A .UUNGHES DRIVE FOR S35.300.000 PALESTINE RESETTIEWENT BUDGET (3.) (4.) NEW YOBK (JPS)—Israele ZoUl, former CWef Rabbl of Rome, who, with his wife and daughter was converted to Cath- olism, told correspondents that his conversion was "concerned with heating voices and receiv¬ ing rays", according to George Brla, Associated Press corres¬ pondent cabling from Rome. He is quoted as follows: "No, I shaji never stop loving the Jews, r did not abandon the Jews to become a Catholic. I did not compare the Jewish religion to Catholicism and abandon one for the other. ¦ "This has been going on In me for years, tens ot years. It is the great tragedy of my Ufe. "It you have a deiecate, ex¬ quisite religious perception you will understand my conversion. It was entirely internal. It was concerned with hearing voices and receiving rays. In that way I slowly, almost imperceptibly, became a Christian and could no longer be a Jew. I could no longer be dishonest to my flock". The Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and .(ianada revealed that Dr. Zolli was not an orthodox rabbi, and Dr. Jacob Hoffman, prominent refugee rabbi, said that Dr. Zolli was a known opponent of Zionism. Dr. Kieinlehrer, Italian-Jew¬ ish writer, asserted here that Dr. Zolli, whose name originally NVas Zohiner, was "humble be¬ fore fascism", and that he is er- roneou.siy described as Chief Rabbi ot Rome, because there were no other rabbis there. —Bny W.'ir Bonllii— $798,500 Goal Is Set For Red Cross Drive Franklin County will be asked to contribute $798,500 to the 1945 Red Cross War Fund be¬ tween Feb. 26 and March 19 so the Red Cross can continue the help it is giving at home and abroad In a war whose battle- fronts know no boundarles- Thls year's national goal Is $200,000,000, 90 per cent of which will be devoted to attivities di¬ rectly connected with or a neces¬ sary part of Red Cross assist¬ ance to the armed forces. ' Before war broadened the scope of Red Cross service. In¬ dividual contributions of $1 dur¬ ing the annual Roll Call were sufficieijt to,carry on its work but this year larger contribu¬ tions will be necessary if the quota is to be met. Largest expenditures locally, according to figures released by the Franklin County Red Cross chapter, were for the Blood Donor Center, whose technical expense was $120,418.33, and the Home Service Department, the connecting link between the ser¬ vice man and his family, which spent $111,974.08. 600 BRING GIFTS FOR SERVICEMEN TO B. B. SPORTS NIGHT EVENT Ciu-roU Wlddoes Planned to start promptly at 7:00 P. M., the party will ad¬ journ at 9 P. M., so the children wiii be home early. Ohio State's nationally recog¬ nized football coach, Carroll AViddoes, will be present to tell about Ihe .successful season last year and give some idea ot Ohio State's material for the 1945 sea¬ son. Wlddoes wiii introduce three of his 1944 AllAmerlcan .play¬ ers, I.es Horvath, Bill Hackett and Bill Willis. Morvath is recognized as the outstanding star ot the last sea¬ son ami Hackett is captain-elect of Ohio State's 1945 eleven. Wil¬ lis is the big tackle who was outstanding throughout the sea¬ son last year. Movies of an Ohio State foot¬ ball game wiil be shown with comments by Wlddoes. Refresh¬ ments and prizes for the chil¬ dren will complete the party. Ben Ratner is chairman of the affair and wiil act as master of ceremonies. Leonard Stern, president, stated that the party is free to all members who are also privileged to ^rlng as many children as they wish to Invite/ Announce Patrons And Contributors To Jr. Hadassah Play lies Horvath, Ohio State all-Amoricon, congratulates Ben Tolpen. center, chalrmun of B'nai B'i'ith sport night on gen¬ erous contribution of gifts to servicemen by niembors; David Choscs, right, is war sorvico chairman. More than (iOO fathers and sons the first time. Herb Pollock, on Jjttended the Zlon Lodge, B'nai B'rith si>oi-ts night at the Broad ' Sit. Temple last Tuesday evening, i Members brought gifts to be distributed through the Red I Cross council to servicemen at Fletcher and Ft. Hayes hospi¬ tals, Lockbourne and Columbus Depot. Among the gifts were 300 decks of cards, 50 packages of cigarettes, 50 pocket maga¬ zines, 50 books", 25 bottles of shaving lotion, 20 check¬ erboard sets, 20 chess sets, 4 neckties and several hundred miscellaneous Items and money. The B'nai B'rith trophy fdr the outstan ".ag Jewish athlete of the year was presented for furlough from the Navy, receiv¬ ed the .award. Pollock Is well i known as a Bexley football, bas¬ ketball and baseball star ot the pa.st seasons and was on the All¬ Amerlcan boys baseball team sponsored nationally by the American Legion last summer. The program Included Les Horvath and Bill Willis, Ohio State football stars; Paul Blxler, assistant coach of Ohio State football; Hank Gowdy,- baseball notable; Fred Hunter, Boston Red Sox scout; Al Bannister, president Columbus Red Birds; Judge Rodney Ross, former South High Coach, and . Bud Sweeney, WHKC sports announ- (Continued on Page 4) Mrs. Benjamin Cohen and Miss Marjorie Wasserstrorn,'co- chairmen of Patrons and Contri-' butors for the play "Nine Girls" which is being presented by the Columiius Chapter of Jr. Hada.s- sah thl.s Sunday, Feb. 25, at 8:00 P. M., at the Bexley High School auditorium announce the follow¬ ing names as Patrons and Con¬ tributors: PATRONS: Mr. and Mrs. Reu¬ ben Abramson, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barban, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beck¬ man, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Block, Mr. and Mrs. I-Iyman Bloom, Mr. and Mr.s. Al Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. DaiJid Cheses, Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Coplon, Connell's Bexley Greenhouse, Robert S. Dingle- dine Company, Mi^. and Mrs. Mark D. Feinknopf, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Feuerllcht, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Getz, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Ginsburg, Dr. and Mrs. Morris Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ilenjamin Grossman, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Haskln, Mrs. Cor¬ nelia K. 11 ers c h. Cap t. and Mrs. Samuel Horowitz, Mr. and Mrs. A. Jacobson, Dr. and Mrs, A. i-Ierbert Kanter, Mr. and Mr.s. Leonard Kohn, Mr. and Mrs. A. Krakoff, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lazarus, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luckoff, Mr. NEW YOBK (JPS) — The launching of a nationwide cam¬ paign to meet the $35,300,000 budget ot the United Palestine Api^eal^lri 1945, was announced - by Dr. James G. Heller, Nation¬ al Chairman qf the United Pal¬ estine Appeal. Dr. Heller assert¬ ed that the homeless of hun¬ dreds of thousands of Jewish survivors in Europe can be solv¬ ed only through Immediate mass settlement in the Jewish Na¬ tional Home in Palestine. He said that' the U. P. A., the the American agency for refu¬ gee settlement, rebuilding and development of Palestine, was inaugurating the most intensive Palestine campaign In the his¬ tory of the Jewish community of the United States because "only large-scale action to ful¬ fill the hopes of those who have survived twelve years of Hitler¬ ism can assure for them a share in the fruits of victory and peace". Rabbl Heller announced that the country is to be divided into four campaign zones with a chairman to each; The East, South, Middle West and West. The new campaign chairmen are: Joel Gross of Newark, N. J.; Harold K. Goldenberg, Presi¬ dent of the Federation for Jew¬ ish Social Service of Minneapo¬ lis; Mortimer May pf Nashville, and Charles Brown, Chairman of the 1944 campaign ot the Uni¬ ted Jewish Welfare Fund of Los Angeles. Major Bndgctary Needs Doscribod The largest item included in the $35,300,000, budget ot the United Palestine Appeal and Its agencies i.s .$5,580,900 for agricul¬ tural settlement. The need for (Continued on Page 8) Dr. B. L. Stradley WiU Address 13th Annual Service March 2nd Margulis, Mr. and Mrs. Jule Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Harry May¬ bruck, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Meizlish, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mellman, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Morris, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nach¬ man, Mr. and Mrs. Sam New¬ poff, Mr. and Mrs. I. Nutis, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Office, Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Ornstein, Mr. J. Papier, Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Prav¬ er, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Resler, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Richman, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Robins, Mr. and M-rs. Al Rosen, Mra. Roae Rosenberg, Athens, 0., Mr. and (Continued on page 4) Dr. B. L. Stradley, Vice Pres¬ ident of Ohio State University, will l)e the guest speaker at the 13th Annual Youth Service on next Friday, March 2nd, 8:00 P. M.. at the Bryden Road Temple. Held under the auspices of the Youth Temple, this service is one of the outstanding events in the calendar of programs con¬ ducted by this organization. Twenty-five groups compris¬ ing the organized youth at Ohio Stale University and in the community itself have heen in¬ vited to meet for religious pur¬ poses and to hear the message of an eminent siJeaker. A social gathering in the Vestry will fol¬ low the period of worship, at which a reception will be tend¬ ered Dr. Stradley and the other guests present. , The speaker ia known Charles j through-out the country for his superior qualities of leadership. of American youth. He is a man of broad vision, profound learning and great liberaUty. Dr. Stradley will speak on the sub¬ ject, "Durable Satisfaction". Rab¬ bi Samuel M- Gup will lead the service. Participating in the Service and acting as ushers and hosts and hostesses, will be a number ot Vouth Temple mem¬ bers. Although the program haa heen arranged by the Youth Group, It is expected that the adults in the congregation will be in full attendance.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1945-02-23|
|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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