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xrcBaeologica. * H^i"''"" ""' N. High St. at 15tn-i ^^ jeHRONICLE S)!\\/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \\yA\K Vol. M, No. .10 COLUMBUS, OHIO, PRIDAV, AUGU.ST I, 1947 Devoted Co American and Jewish Meals Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Everynhere n.r Phtticas J. Blron ¦ CONGKATUNATIONS.. . The i\uw r'ale.stine News Re¬ porter, piihllshcil by the ZOA, ha.'i made the grade It has heen hanned in Pale.stino, hy the Hritlsh government.; .Too ¦ ouispolten, was the dictum... NOTK TO KDITOIUS... The "democratic Nallonali.sl Parl.v" of Minneapolis has noth¬ ing whatsoever In common with the Democralic I'art.v in that cit.v...lt is an .Tnll-.Scmitic. an¬ ti-democratic outfit that coop¬ erates wilh such notorious .'inti- Semilic pi'opagtuidists as Mrs. KJizalicth Dilling and Eugene Fi'itcroft.. .One of its gnaieiters. .M.'iynard iVelscn, was recenl iy arreste<i, and confessed to war¬ mongering and hate-s|)reading.. THK WIIONG WAV .VND THK' HIGHT... Plans Go Forward For B'nai B'rith Picnic Sunday, Aug. 10th i>nK,».>i OP FATHKit or LOCAI, WOMAN KUbKILI O.VLV I.V DK.ITH Henry Hrill, Td-.vear-oid In- tiianapolis merciiant and manu- Music will he furnished all facturcr, and father of Mrs. afternoon at the B'nai IVi'Uh picnic, S u n d a .v, August 10. through tho courlcsy of Woolf .Solomon of the Central Ohio C'oin Machine Exchange, Inc. A Ma.\ SchoHenstein. ()I2 WU.son .¦\ve., ¦ dieti .\lon<!ay morning, ,luiy 21, on the eve of his planned fleparttux' for ,Jerusa¬ lem to fidfill a lifelong amhi- new juke ho.x will lie loaned for Hon—to Inuld 2(1 rent-free homes Ihe oreasion which will m.ilce I f'"' '*"-' l""'t' "' I'^lesUny. the Irlrgc pavilli.m at Camp Yo-1 The site had heen purchased llio a cenlcr nf actlvilv along I'" .(eru.salfm and pfehrninary with the large grounds where arrangements had Iwen made conlcsts will be imder the di- ''"' constriiciion. The project DR. SILVER SUBMITS JEWISH AGENCY PROTEST ON EXODUS DEPORTATION TO THE UNITED NATIONS rectinn of ,M. 11. Schwartz, di¬ rector of activities of the Broad Rt. Tempie. Coinmittees worl<ing undei- the general chtdrmanship of Herhert Wise in addition lo Mr. Schwartz are: lia.sehall feature. Louis Berline;', Lee Yassenoff, Lfiil Soppel and Sam Cordon: I'ri'zes, Ahe Levlson, ,loe Levi¬ son and David Levison: Music, Woolf Solomon and Ra.y Nate- The Vermont House of Repre-1 man: Events, Reuben Abram- senlatives recently killed a bill outlawing discriminatory <adv«r- tlsing by hotei.s—a bill the State Senate had pas.seil.... In New York State a nurntjer ot Gentile hotei^ have adopted a now* slogan In their advertise¬ ments...It reads; "The Ameri¬ can Way—No Di.scrlmlnatlon".. LITEltAHY ,\OTICB.S... The Jewish People's F'ratern- al Orfler is to be commended for the publlcatio.n of a volume containing a judiciously chosen Collection of the be.st short stories by Isaac" Leob Peretz, In English translation.,,Peretz Is one of the Immortals of Yid¬ dish literature,, .He bas been compared with Guy de Maupa.s- .sant as a story-teller.. .Now the American public will have an oppoi'tunlty to becooie acquaint¬ ed with a modern Yiddish clas¬ sic, one of the treasures of Jew¬ ish culture.. .Next month will see the publication of "American .lews In World War II", of which Arthur Weyne told you a few weeics ago.^.l. Kaufman, who wrote up most qf the ina- terial, is a newspaperman who covered all the fighting fronts as ' war correspondent for the (Contmued on Page 8) son, Leon FViedman, Sam Luf er, Martin Davldorf, .Martin Polster and Frank Nutls; Public "Address, Howard Rose anfl tion ilarhen; Properties, M a r t I n Trilcht, Herman Luckoff and Martin Frledberg: Grounds. Richard Grundsteln, .Sam Top¬ olosky and Dr. Ben Gertner. The picnic will he a family affair, free to ail members of B'nal B'rlth and their .guests. It Is a basket picnic with fa¬ cilities for everyone. In addition to the contests and an All-Star baseball game, there will be hor.seshoe pitching, fi,shlng and playground for small children. The B'nal B'rlth picnic will start at 2 p. m. and the baseball game Is scheduled for 4 p. m. It is to he at the Camp Yo-HIo grounds, formerly Humboldt Country Club on Groveport Pike just e.ist of Alum Creek Rd. Alum Creek road starts at E. Livingston Ave. just ea.st of the railr()ad overheatl near Nelson lid. The B'nai B'rith Women's chapter urges every family to bring an extra can In their bas¬ ket to be donated tor shipment overseas. was to he a memorial lo Mr Brill's (jarents. Now lite houses jirobalily will lie a memorial to ;\lr. Hrill as well. in the excitement of planning tiie war-delayed trip..tie sidfercd a heart attack and died in Mclliodist Hospital in Inditm- apolis. His dream of years will be carried i)Ul. He will be taken to .lerusaicm for buriai by his son, Habl)i Mordecal Driii, of Watcrbury, Conn., who probably will I'arry out his father's plan,s there. Mr. Briil, who was a graduate of Indiana Law School, wa,s also a TalmtJdic scholar of notcv During his lifetime he had contributed thousands of dol¬ lars to Palestine. Funeral services were con- ductetl Fritiay afternoon with Rabhl Samuel Katz and Rabbi David Shapiro officiating. LAKK SUCCKSH (.ITA)—Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of Ihe American seciion of tlie ./ewisli Agenc>', this week sent a idler to U..\'. Secretary.Gen eral Trygve Lie charging llie llrilish Government with viola- linn of the C.\. resolution call¬ ing on ail jieoples and govern¬ ments to rcfrjiin from vioience until the General'.A.s,seinlily ar¬ rives at a decision on tile I'ales- tine is.:uc. Ciling Ihe Britisli tution in ¦ortdcmning three .lews to (teath in I'tiiestine .'md tile sei/.ui-c of violation of the truce I'equest, Dr. Silver pointed out that com¬ ing id this lime when the U.N. Siiecial Commitlee on Palestine is compleling its work in Pales¬ tine, the British have "created in I'.'ilesline an titniosiiiihere of utmost liitterness which cannot hut tie prejudicial to an earl,y settlement." He also requested thtil (lie Secretaritit circulate the letter to rnemtiers of the [;..\'. Pale.'jtine Committee and to picniber states. A C.N. spokesman told the J.T.A. that the letter would not the refugee \essel l-:.\odus and | bo circulated since it did not tiie deportation of its ptissen-1 originate wilh a membei' stale gets as, specific insttmces of! or a governmeiitid body. TWO SHIPS CARRYING 1,100 TO PALESTINE TAKEN; PASSENGERS WILL GO TO CYPRUS (.ITAI—Tvvo ships, f wiien news of the sinking of HAtl'A carrying belween them more I . „ , ., ,.,,,, than 1.1(10 visaless Jews, were I'^i-' TMiipire Lifeguard in Ha fa inlercepted off Palestine bv ,'^'"'l^"'' "¦»¦'* received. The de- British destroyers and escorted I'I'^i"" "¦•* to when they are to to Haifa this week. It was an¬ nounced that the new arrivals would be .sent to Cyprus in¬ stead of being returned to their STANLKV I). HCHWAK'I-Z, JK., I.S HKC()M> I.V B.Ut K.XAiMINATION.S Gift To United Jewish Fund By Local Church Is Lauded Congratulations a n d best I'Uni.IC INVITICI) TO HEAR IUHCUSMIONA 0.\ I'AI.EHTINK AUG. 13-14 Victor Norman, member of the Hebrew Commiltee for' Nation wishes are being extended this j,,,,^,,.,,,,,^ „.„, ,|iscu.ss "Why week to SUuiiey II. Schwartz, Jr., 12 E. 17th Ave., a veteran of the C-B;l theatre of war, who w as s e c o n d among l.'^l) apjill- cants In the re¬ cent state bar e X a m 1 nations. The 1' e s u 11 s werc*^ announced this week by the Ohio Supreme Court. Mr. Schwartz had a grade of 8K.5 per cent. The highest g r a d e . w a s Mr. Sehwui'lz ^g,,^ ^^ f^j^^. ard L. Hlrshberg, of Cioveland, with 89 per cent. Mr. Schwartz returned to the law college at Ohio State Uni¬ versity In 19-16, after three and a half years of Army service In ¦World War II. He Is married and the son of Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Schwartz, 753 Bryden Rd, Mr. Schwartz will practice law with his father and Samuel Gurevitz In the firm of Schw.artz & GurQvitz. a Pro\'iKl()nal Hebrew Govern m'Snt for Palestine" on Wednes¬ day. August l.'ith, at X P. M,, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Goorey, lWi:i Oak SI. On Thursday. August II, at the same hour and at the .same lilace, Mr. Norman will talk on "iriie Haganah and the Irgun Zvai Leuml." Mr. Norman Is a thoroughly Informed and very effective speaker, and his background as an officer In the British Army should prove lllummatlng in his discti,s.slon of the Palestln. Ian situation. The public Is Invited to attend both meetings which will be followed by a ((uestlon and answei' period. Refreshments will, be served Albert S. Goorey Is Colum¬ bus Director of the American League. for a Free Palestine. Genuine brotherhood and un¬ derstanding are reflected in a gift recently atlded to the funds being .solicited in the .United .lewish Fund, .when the mem¬ bers of the congregation of Broad St. Presbyterian Church contriliutcd ,$5-l().fi,'!, represent¬ ing the loose plate offering in that church at the Comnninion Service on Sunday, June 2!lth. The letter accompanying the gift >;ai(i: "We are very happy tn have (his opportunity to as¬ sist in the United Jewish Fund as tin e\'idence of our concern not only for Ihe Jews who suf¬ fer in Europe but for the heart¬ breaking burden many of our neighbors in Coltimbus are car¬ rying because of this tragic sit¬ uation," and was signed by the pastor, ibe Rev. Ganse W. Little. Workers in the Unilod .lewish FiuKl arc heartened by the knowledge that friends in the Christian churches are sharing this burden. VOI.INER SrtCIETV TO HOLD ANNUAL IMCNIO TOMOHKOW AT EDGEWATEH PAKlv IKirts of embarkation. The ships are the "Shival Zion" (Return to Zion), con¬ cerning )V h o s e where-ahouts there had heen considerable ap¬ prehension since Jhe first re¬ port of Its interception, and the "Fom'teen Heroes of the Azib Bridge," named after a Haganah unit whiqh was wiped out last year while engaged In blowing up bridges throughout the country. There has been no woril from Cyprus since last week when 5r)() depfirtees schedtiled to be returned to Palestine under the regular monthly (juota were rc- movetl from the ferry ships be returned rests with the Pal¬ estine authorities. The tension in the Cyprus camjis is .so great that the camp committee has retiuested the commandant not to send Hritons inside the camp precincts for fear of violence. If a British guard or official must enter, a member of the camp committee will accompany him. Hundreds of refugees mass at the camps' gates day and night awaiting news that they are ,to be re¬ turned to Palestine, A peaceful demonstration was held 1 n Xyhitymbou yesterday. An official bf the camp said last week, in connection with- the Exodus incident, that there Is room there for up to 20,000 Internees. There are about 10,000 confined at present. B'nai B'rith Women Plan New Show Sliow yonr appreclntlou to the Chrouicle's 23 years of loynl nnd devoted »cr- ¦rlce to Colnrobns Jo^vlsh Community by paying your subscription now. The Voliner Society will hold Its annual picnic thl.s .Sundiy (to-morrov.) al Edgewater Park. All memlf'ers, their wives and friends a.'e invited to attend and lo participate in this one big event of the summer -sea.son. The committee headed l>y Mr. Ben Rosen has exerted every effom to make this most enjoy¬ able affair, long to be remem¬ bered. 'There will be prize awards ot a combination radio, record player and a mlxmaster as well as games for adults and children. IVnai B'rith Women of Colum¬ lius, through its Presiiienl, Mr.s. William H. Bronska, taices pride in announcing that it has J'e- ceiiily pui'chased a'"new show which wiil lie pre.senle<l this fail, as the culmination of its fund rai.sing project for Ihe year. Mr. Leo Romberg, of Tor¬ onto, Canada, producer of last year's smash hit "Pack Up Voui- Tivbles'', has brought to Columbus tlu'. s<-<ire and Ulok for (his year's musical extra¬ vaganza, eniilied "..Xwake and Swing"'. The organizalion is fortunate lo have .secured once again the services of (hat ace director, ,lerry Grodin, who will have comijiete charge of putting on "Awake and Swing". The first rehear.s-al will be held at 2 |). -m., on Sunday, Augtist 10, at the Schonthal Center. All those Interested In trying out, either for solo or chorus parts, are urged to attend these try- outs. The cast of "Pack Up Your Treliles" has Indicated Its en¬ thusiasm by pledging Its co- oiieratlon and support In putting on this new venture; In an¬ nouncing the first rehearsal and try-outs, "Jerry Grodin said, "There Is plenty of room in tills show- for talented singers, dan^ my opinion, is an even better Romlic'rg protiuction than "Pack Uli Your Trebles", and we are anxious to get the best talent available." Mr. (Irodln also staled that sinc'e mtiny of tho prospective singers, dancers and comedian.^ wiil want to attend the H'nal Bi'ilh Picnic, arrangements are being made for them to come to Schonthal Cenlcr and register for the new sho\^. In addition, Ihe op^yiing rehearsal on Sun¬ day aftbrnoon wiil ,be a brief one, just to Introduce the new , production. 0;i Wednesday fol¬ lowing, .August l.'l strenuous rehearsals wiil get under way, at 8 p. m., at the Schonthal Center, and all those who car^ not atletjd the Suntlay rehear- 'sal are asked to come on Wed¬ nesday evening. Co-Chalrman of the Fund Raising Project for the "B'nal Urlth Women are Its first and second vice presidents, respec¬ tively, Mra. Jack Schilling and Mrs. 'Theodore Schlonsky. Dave Felger, president of the Vollner Society, hopes that all | cers and comedlaos. 'We think members will come out and help we've got another great hit On make tltls the most successful our hands, and will need lots of picnic In recent yearBf 12.5 JKWISH CHILDREN MOSTLY ORPHANS ARRIVE IN PAJtIB PARIS (JTA)—A transport of 125 Jewish children, the major¬ ity of whom are orphaned, have arrived here fronj Sweden to continue their e(iycatlon, pend¬ ing their eventuel reset'lenjent In Paris, The children are being eared for by the Youth Aliyah with transportation, education and maintenance costs being talent. Awalce and Swing, In fmet by the JJ>.C.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1947-08-01|
|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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