Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1945-10-05, page 01
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^'Highsf';;;',^,;,^i"'-'^iu. JIHRONICLE ^j\\;/Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \J[\^ Vol. 23 No 40 Entered as Second-Class Matter, ' Postofflce Columbus.. Ohio. OOtinVIBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1945 Devoted to American and Jkwtth Idaali Strictly Confidential Tidbits Prom Everywhere By Phineas J. Biron rrs sEiBious . feJews in certain streets of New York's East Side live In a virtual state of terror. .Maraudv^ ers administer beatings to old* and young Jews whp happen to be on the streets after dark . During the Succoth holidays a synagogue on Jefferson street was vandalized. .Dr. Dan W. Dodson, executive director of the New York Mayor's Commit tee on Unity made an amazing public statement..Said Dodson: "The recent Brighton Beach beatings of Jewish boys were not anti-Semitic—Just conflicts between boys" Add Beaver . College, Jenklntown, Pennsyl¬ vania to your list of universi¬ ties wh& insist that they are "Christian Colleges who have to give precedence to students of our own denomination".. A SAD STOBY.. Ilgthe War Department should look into the case of Lt. OsUck . .He was recently sentenced to 35 years imprisonment for mur¬ der. .The General Court Martial trial took place in Germany. .Lt. Osiick comes from a very good Philadelphia Jewish family.. His military record for his three years service was spotless There are very good reasons to believe (hat Oslick was fram¬ ed by two anti-Semitic super- tor officers who sWore "to get that Jew" We looked Into the case and are firmly convinced that Oslick is innocent and that the testimony—purely circum¬ stantial—by the chief investi¬ gators, one of the two anti-Sem Itic officers, is not valid..The War Department should grant a retrial to Oslick and transfer his case to the United States Court Martial trials on enemy territory are rarely satisfactory ¦ unless the guilt of the accused (Continued on Page 8) Z. 0. A. Radio Series "Drama of Palestine" Begins Tonight at 7:30 The Columbus Zionist District' is happy to announce the sec¬ ond Fall series of radio pro¬ grams, 2fi in all to be alret) over Station WHKC beginning this .Saturday evening, Oct. Cth, at 7:30 P. M. This new radio series will be known at the "Drama of Pal¬ estine", produced and directed by Bud Fishel of the Mutual Broadcasting Co. under the su¬ pervision of Joshua S. Epstein, chairman of the Z O.A. Radio Committee, assisted by Ernest W. Barbarash, director of the Publltf Relations Dept., and Dr. Sidney Marks, who has assumed charge of the Z.O.A. Radio Dept. in Washington. SENATOR TAFT TO SPEAK HERE SUNDAY, OCT 21 Senator Robert A. Taft of Ohio will address an open meet¬ ing hero Sunday, Oct. 21, nt the noshlcr^Walllck Hotel Ballroom. He is coming to Columbus un¬ der the auspices of the Colum¬ bus Zionist District. NOTED CARTOONIST ' APPEAR AT TEMPLE BROTHERHOOD STAG Distinguished Rabbi To Speak at Temple Friday, Oct. 12 Some of the most distinguish¬ ed American Rabbis will be the guests of Temple Israel at Sab¬ bath services during the coming season. These visits are a jjart ' of the contemplated program in honor of the observance of the Centennial year of the Congre¬ gation. Rarely has a congrega¬ tion been privileged as the Tem¬ ple will be by reason of the visitfj of such talented and in¬ fluential men. Scheduled to address the Con¬ gregation on Friday, October 12, ¦will be the first visitor. Dr. Ab¬ raham J. Feldman, of Hartford, Conn. Dr. Feldman has served in pulpits in New York, Phila¬ delphia, and Athens, Georgia. Since 1925 he has been the rab¬ bl of the Congregation Beth Is¬ rael, one of the oldest Reform congregations in America. ^ He is now Vice President of the Central Conference of Amei^ lean Rabbis, a member of its Committee on Liturgy and of the Board of Governors of the Hebrew Union College. Dr. Feldman Is among the leaders In his community In in¬ ter-faith work and is active in many of its social and philan¬ thropic Institutions. A large congregation Is ex¬ pected to welcome Dr. Feldman at the Sabbath services. The public Is cordially invited. Marshalling the finest radio talent. Fishel is producing stories based on authentic ma¬ terial and Information gathered first-hand by correspondents from the Palestine and Euro¬ pean scenes. The new radio ser¬ ies Is designed, through the dramatization of actual occur¬ rences, to acquaint American public ojiinion with the contri¬ bution which Jewish Palestine can make to the rebuilding of a Just world order. The "Drama of Palestine" will also tell the world of the gallantry of the Jewish Brigade on. the battle¬ fields and of the contributions which the Jewish members of the armed forces of the United Nations made to final victory. The new series too will drama¬ tize real life stories on the Eur¬ opean Jewish scene and the role which is being played by Jewish Palestine in rescuing from extinction the remnants of European Jews who survive Al Gotchell All Plans have been complet¬ ed for the forthcoming an¬ nual stag dinner of the Bry¬ den Road Temple Brotherhood which Is to take place on Tues¬ day. October Oth. 6:30 P. M. at the Columbus Riding Club, East Main and Fairway Blvd. Al GetcHell, Citizen cartoon¬ ist, will headline tbe evening's program which is to be followed by the usual games and eijtert- alnment. Sig Weisskerz Is gen¬ eral chairman and, Ai Harris will be In charge of the stag' affair. There will be no charge for paid-up members, with a nom¬ inal fee for guests. Zionist Demonstration Demands British Labor Party Redeem Its Pledge Pledge To World Jewry $15,000 Voted By B'nai B'rith For New Center Here The demand for new and modern Columhus Jewi.sh Com¬ munity Center building was given Impetus at the B'nai B'rith' meeting last Tuesday evening. More than 200 members were present to discuss this project as a special order of business. They voted unanimously to support a fimd-raising campaign for this purpose and agreed th.nt If and when the building was completed the local Zion Lodge. No. 62, would partici¬ pate In Us activities .and locate the office of the lodge In Ihe building. Fifteen thousand dollars was vote<l by the Columbus B'nai B'rith to help construct the new building If space Is assured to the organization for their neetls. .Weeling nights of B'nai Brlth were again set for the second and fourth Mondays of each month starting with the next meeting scheduled for Oct. 20th SENATOR PEPPER IN PALESTINE Schiff Announces Executive Group of Council .Icrusnleni (JPS) —United States Senator Claude Pepper (D. Fla.) arrived in Palestine September 26 during a Middle East tour on behalf of the Small Business Committee in the U. S. Senate. Nazi mass extermination pro¬ grams. Sidney L. Katz, Chairman of the Radio Program of Columhus Zionist District, invites every¬ one to listen to these fine pro¬ grams over ^VHKC. Capitol Manufacturing And Supply Co. To Get Army-Navy "E" Award Tuesday Gov. Frank J. Lausche will act as chairman when the Cap¬ itol Mlanufacturlng and Supply Co., 153 W. Fulton St., receives the Army-Navy "E" Award for excellence in war production at ceremonies to be held in the Central High School Auditori¬ um at 4:30 P. M., next Tuesday, October 9. Major Lyle S. Richardson, of Cleveland Ordnance District, will be the principal speaker and will present the Army-Navy "E" Flag to company represen¬ tatives. Lt. C. F. Barchfeld, Acting Resident Inspector of Naval Muterial, will present "£"• Pins to representatives of the com¬ pany's 200 men and women workers. According to S. M. Melton, President, the Capitol Manufac¬ turing and Supply Co. has made a large variety of parts for war material. Among these are stuf- Ing tubes . for demagnetizing magnetic mines, bomb noses, fuses and plug bases, railings and special parta for PT boats, fragmentation bomb casings, chemical bomb parts, pipe coup¬ lings, nipples and special pipe Albert Schiff, President of the Jew Ish Community Council, announced this week the com¬ plete membership of the Exec¬ utive Committee of the Jewish Community Council for the year in-l5-'IO in accord with the elec¬ tion held at the last quarterl^y meeting on Sept 13t.h. They are Dr. B. W. Abramson, Ben Borowltz. Dr. Samuel -Edel¬ man, 1. W. Garek, Allen Gunde'.'- sheimer, Simon Lazarus, Rob¬ ert L. Mellman, Jullu.<i Stein¬ hauser. Eel Schlezinger, Wlliiam Wasserstrom, Abe Wolman, Dr. E. J. Gordon and Harry Gilbert. Mesdame.s Joseph Schecter, William Schiff and Han-y Sch¬ wartz, Now York (WNS)—Fi-ee and unrestricted Jewi.qh Immigra¬ tion Into Palestine and the Im¬ mediate establishment of a Jew¬ ish State there was demanded here liist Sunday at a Zionist rally In Madi.s-bn Square Gar¬ den. The demonstration, sponsored by the American Zionist Emer¬ gency Council, was one of the largest ever held In this city. Hours before the meeting was scheduled to open the iipproxi- mately 27,000 seats were filled. The estimated 40.000 who were turned away waited outside the Garden, listening to the addres¬ ses broadcast through several large amplifiers until the end of the meeting. Dewey Demands Redemption ot All Pledges Govenor Thoma.s E. Dewey of .New York received a stirring ovation when he reminded Prime Minister Clement Attlee that the British Labor Party last May had urged the reopen¬ ing of Palestine to Jews. Calling for the "redemption of this and all other .'similar plefiges," the New York Governor said that the rights ot the Jewish people to Palestine "have wldV-iiiitor- Ic ond human Implications" and that our own government is deepl.v obligated In promises for the development of a Jewish homeland. Stressing that If the doors pf Palestine had not been closed millions of Jews who perlshecl in Europe might be living now. Governor Dewey added: "What¬ ever the arguments which might properly have been ad¬ vanced during the war to Justi¬ fy the continuation of tho ex¬ clusion policy from Palestiiie, those arguments no longer ap¬ ply ..the homeless and perse¬ cuted Jews of Europe are eii"- tltled to life and dignity and the r 1 g ll t of self-determination. They are entitled to live free of (Continued on Page Five) Gov, F. J. Lnusclie products for both the Army and Navy. The company furnished electrical pipe elbows and fitt¬ ings for the atomic bomb build¬ ing at Oakridge, Tenn. Complete details of this event will be given in next week's issue of the Chronicle. Unusual Program For Sisterhood Meeting Tuesday The first meeting of the year for the Bryden Road Temple Sisterhood on next Tuesday, October 9, will begin with a Birthday Tea in honor of the undrecith anniversary of Tem-^ pie Israel, The business meet¬ ing will follow with the opening prayer by Mrs. Richard Abel. The program planned for the afternoon, written by Mrs. Jul¬ ian Lesser, is called" "Broadway On Our Doorstep". This is a resume of current popular New York plays interspersed with dialogue and popular songs, featuring Miss Mary Laudeman and Mr. Jerry Grodln, includ¬ ing the following Sisterhood members: Mrs. Alfred Kobacker, Mrs. Allen Gundersheimer, Mrs, Melville Frank, Mrs. Louis Har¬ ris an4 Mrs. Abe Weinfeld. Tea, under the direction of Mrs. Harry Mellman and Mrs. Harry F'reldenberg, will be.serv- ed promptly at one o'clock, and the meeting will begin at 1:45 P. M. A birthday cake will be awarded as a door prize to the holder of the lucky number. Center, Federation To Honor Exec. Sec'y Next Thursday At the Schonthiil Center and Jewish Welfare Federation an¬ nual dinner meeting next Thursday evening. Oct. Ilth, at the Seneca Hotel. Rose Sugar- man who has rendered devoted and faithful service to these in¬ stitutions for the past 25 years, will he honored by the local Jewish community. The dinner, which Is scheduled at 0:30 P. M., win be followed by the election of officers. A n outstanding speaker wlli address the oc¬ casion to which a number of local welfare leaders have been invited. Those in charge of the affair are Mrs. Jack Resler, chairman, and co-chairmen are Mrs. Max Rieser, Mrs. E. J Gordon and Mrs. William Schiff. Dr. E. J. Gordon Is president of the Jewish Center and I. W. Garek heads the Jewish Wel¬ fare Federation. PITBIilO INVITED TO HIUiEL OPEN HOUSE The entire Columbus Jew- lab Community is (onUoIly invited to attend the annual Hillel Open House, 40-16th Avenue, this Sunday, Oct. Ttb. from 3 to 0 p. m.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1945-10-05|
|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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