Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1946-11-29, page 01
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^|\y^ Serving Cblumbus and Central Ohio Jewish Gommunity \]f^ Vol. SS4, No. 49 .. X Special Committees Named For' Hadassah Donor Dinner Dec. 8 with the date of the 18th an nual Hadassah Donor Dinner just one week away, the affair to be held -at the Nell House of Sunday evening, Dec. 8, at 6:30 P. M., a number of special committees are engaged In last minute details that Insure the festlveness of the event. Decorations have been planned and, will be arranged by a com mittee headed by Mrs. J. Nath an Polster, assisted by Mra Aaron S. Canowitz, Mrs. Wll lard Levin and Miss Jane Freld enberg. Mra. Louis Berliner Is chair¬ man of the telephone committee, members which are: Mrs. Ben Barban, Mrs. Marvin Bauman, Mrs. Gilbert Bernstein, Mrs. Joseph Elsenberg, Mrs. Irving Gertner. Mrs. Harry Goldstein, Mrs. Sig Welsskerz, Mrs. Ben Zuck¬ erman, Mrs. Albert S. Goorey, Mrs. Joseph Herman, Mrs. Irv¬ ing Levlne, Mrs. Marvin Levlne, Mrs. Sam Llchtenstein, Mrs. B. Ozerotf. and Mrs. A. Schofer. Serving on tfie Hospitality Committee are: Mrs. Murray Barnett, Mrs, Martin Godofsky, Mrs. Louis Robins, Mrs. Robert Suld, Mrs. 'Sapford TImen, Mrs. Sam Valcov and Mrs. William Calllf. , ¦ Speaker's Xable The following Presidents of Speakers' Table: AftUlated Zionist Organizations Member, National Administra¬ tive Board, Zionist Organization of America, Mr. Albert gchlff; President, Columbus Zionist District, Mr. Leonard Manekin; President, Business and Profes¬ sional Hadassah, MIsa Stella Berman; President, Junior Ha¬ dassah, Miss Betty Killer; Presi¬ dent, Jewish National Fund Council, Mrs. Sam Wasserstrom; President, Ladies Mizrachl, Mrs. Harry Schwartz; President, Pio¬ neer Group No. 1, Mrs. Harry Friediand; President, Pioneer Group No. 2, ¦ Mrs. M: Bem¬ stecker. Columbus Jewish Men's and 'Women's Organizations President, Agudath Achim Sisterhood, Mrs. Jack Freedman; President; Ahavath Sholom Sis- (Contlnued on Page Eight) CpiiUtorS, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVUMBDR 20, 1940 D«vot«d to Am«rlcin «nd Jawlih IdMli Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Everywhere By PhlDBM 3. BUron NOT INNOCENT Many American Jews are to¬ day in the unique position, ludicrous were it not so tragic, of protesting the imprisonment ot a leading collaborator with the Nazi hordes that massacred six million of their brethern... Thl^ man controlled a press from which we quote the follow¬ ing: "The movement for the , restoration of man's dignity is the movement for freeing the world from the Jews" That statement appeared in the Cre¬ ation "Catholic Weekly" of May 25. 1941...As supreme head of the Catholic Church in Croatia and Archbishop of Zagreb, the Croatian capital, the man who co.ntrolled this press was Alo- yius Steplnac In February, 1942 Steplnac became the'apost- ¦ olic chaplain ot the Ustash ar- " my...The crimes ot the Ustashl against the Jewish people are fully documented In the Ameri¬ can Jewish Yearbook, issued by the American Jewish Commit¬ tee,.. BDGGESTION..., ¦People who claim to oppose Irresponsible journalism should keep their own houses clean... We. suggest that PM, New ;5^prk's ^progressive" newspaper, v,',«:twe^?l'4aoif(,at;';tiiejr Bliiy Hose.. ??A!^||ngjy?giSipl>^qURj^'pollUcal'' ¦ fiiisit^-iprt :Amert(!an-Soviet rela 'tloris'just'for the sake of a Broadway wisecrack..That sort of stuff is strictly trom hunger.. POLITICAL ACTION.... ^ow that the CIO eoriventlon at Atlantic City has moved to¬ wards political Xctlon to make anti-Semitism, illegal, tribute should be paid to the defunct National Committee to Combat Anti-Semitism...It Is this com¬ mittee, chartered a few years ago by a small group which In¬ cluded Joseph Bralnin and Johannes Steel, which Carried on an effective campaign among (Continued on Page 81 B'nai B'rith Young Men To Conduct Sabbath Service Zionist Leaders Confer With Secretary Of State Byrnes On Palestine's Future NEW YORK (JTA)—Ameri¬ can Zionist leaders have con¬ ferred with Secretary of State James F. Byrnes on the Pales¬ tine question for the first time since It was announced in Wash¬ ington that Mr- Byrnes has been authorized by President Truman to discuss the. Palestine Issue -with British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin, who la now in this country. Participating in the conference were Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, Dr. Stephen S. Wise and Dr. Nahum Goldmann. Mr. Bevin had been informed that a meeting wllh Byrnes was scheduled, during his second conference with Dr. I. W. Garek The Edwin J. Schanfarber chapter of B'nal Brith Young Men will conduct their Sabbath service at 'Broad St. Temple next Friday night, Dec. 6th. Isi¬ dore W. Garek, well known Ben Brith and communal leader, has been chosen by chairman Isi¬ dore Zeldln to deliver the serm¬ on. -1' ¦ The Religious service will be handled by Isidore Zeldln, who's three years army experience as will be made by Rabbi Nathin Zellzer, B.B.Y.M.'s Advisor Jull; us Sokol, and chapter President Gilbe.rt Zisenwlne. Ken Solomon will give the closing prayer. The Sabbath aervlce Is open to the public and everyone is cordially invited to attend. Re¬ freshments will be served fol¬ lowing the evening's program. Dri E. J. Gordon Host To Center Board Thursday Evening Jewish National Fund Box Collection silver, which' was held this ,. week In the Waldorf Astoria at' the Invitation of the British - Foreign Secretary. The three -: ' Zionist leaders had a full and , ¦ fra^jjRp'exchange ot views with Secrfeta'ry Byrnes on various as¬ pects ot the Palestine problem. Following the conference, Dr, Wise sailed on the lie de France tor Europe to attend the World Zionist Congress, and to par¬ ticipate in the first meeting of the European Consultative Coun¬ cil ot the World Jewish Con- gress which will take place in, < Paris at the end of this month.* ^ "I am hopeful that the British Government will see that there mu,st be a Jewish State in Pal- ; estlne," Dr. Wise said in a'state¬ ment Issued to the press in con¬ nection with his departure. "Either that, or the end ot the British mandate. At the same time, and even though the prob- ¦ lem ot Palestine be settled al¬ right, our government and tbe Congress must face the tact of immigration of refugees into our own country. "The truth that Palestine alone can solve the problem of Jewish displaced persons does not after the obligation ot the U. S. to welcome and give a home to Jewish immigrants," Dr. Wise continued. "President Trujtipn ))as spoken pn behalf of this'. I 'lieUeilt? the RepubU- carr" Congress' ot>ght-to'*take~aiidL»-—« IMPORTANT NOTICB! The Jewish National Fund Council, of which Mrs. Sam Wasserstrom is president, has set aside Nov. 24th and Dec. 1st as Jewish National Fund Box collection days, for the autumn of. 1946. The Jewish National Fund, founded in 1900, is the Jewish people's Instrument to acquire and reclaim the soil ot Eretz Israel as the national and In¬ alienable property ot the Jewish people. The land which it ac¬ quires Is used for the establish¬ ment of agriculture settlements and suburan quarters In which our fellow Jews who survived the mass slaughters In Europe, find a haven and a home. Pal¬ estine Land redemptton is an urgent task and la an indispen¬ sable part of.- the program ft) lift our surviving fellow Jews In Europe out ot the depths of despair and misery. , ^In spite of England's repres¬ sive pQllpy, the worlc of rehabil¬ itation and settlement on the land Is going forward. Every, Columbus Jew la urged to In¬ stall a blue-'and white box In the home and to make a contri¬ bution when the J,N.F. repre¬ sentative calls. ^ ^ MBS. HERMAN KATZ WINS TEMPLE SISTERHOOD'S DODGE CAB Mrs. Herman -M. Katz, 2414 Fair Ave., was the winner of the Four Door Custom Built Dodge sedan which the Sister¬ hood of the Bryden Road Temp¬ le used as the ¦1946 money-rEds- Ing project for its various worth¬ while endeavours. Oh being no. tifled"of her good fortune, Mrs, Katz, now In Miami Beach, Flor¬ ida, informed the Sisterhood that she Is contributing $750.00 to the organization and wished Its. officers success in their ef¬ forts. Mrs. Moe Glassman, 77 Stan- wood Rd., was chairman ot the Teniple Ways and Means Com¬ mittee sponsoring the Dodge Se¬ dan award*^ If you have made a reserva¬ tion lor tho Donor Dinner and (Ind that yoo will bo un¬ able to attend, please notify Mrs. S. Ornstein, DO. 1055, Immediately. Current rigid hotel regula¬ tions -are such that' every res¬ ervation made must be paid for, even though It is not tilled. Surely, you would not want to bring '^uch unnecessary cxi>en8e to Hadassah. So, won't yon please lot ns know of any change of plans. LOCAL MEN TO DISCUSS ACTS OF TERRORISM IN PALESTINE Show yonr appreciation to the Chronicle's 24 yeors of loynl. and devoted aei> vice, ^o Columbus Jewish Community by paying your subscription now. "Our Opinion On The Acts of Terrorism In Palestine" how local Jewry feels about the ac¬ tions ot the various underground movements In the Holy Land and the effects on the Interna¬ tional "situation of European Jews, will be the topic ot a symposium next Wednesday, Dec. 4, In the Beth Jacob syna¬ gogue social hall, 442 Donaldson St. Those who will take part in this timely discussion are: Rab¬ bi L. Greenwald, Allan Tarsh¬ ish and I. M. Harris. The public ts invited to at¬ tend the meeting which wllj be¬ gin at 8 P. M., and participate In the question and answer period foUowlng the speakers. Refreshments will be served. Will take the same positloh. Both great labor organizations have spoken in favor of immi¬ gration possibilities to be grant¬ ed to refugees. It would be the decent and American Way of dealing with oertaln aspects of this problem." h Dr. E. J. Gordon E. J. Gordon,, Presldani ot Schonthal Center, is having the Board of Directors of tlie Center as his guests at the An¬ nual Dinner Meeting to be held next Thursday evening, Dec. 5, at the Fort Hayes Hotel Colon¬ nade Room, at 6:30. Dr. Gordon has served the Center as its President over six¬ teen years, and is widely known for his community service in a number of organizations both locally and nationally. An Interesting program is being arranged for the occas- sion. Mrs. E. J. Gordon will pre¬ sent a review ot "The Center Yesterday and Today," while David Goldsmith is to discuss "The Center Today and Tomor¬ row." Financial report will be submitted by J<5Seph Basch, Treasurer, and an activity sum¬ mary by the Secretary, Rose Sugarman. A musical program has also beeij planned in which Jerry 'Grodln, talented tenor, and Miss Beverly Thall, accomplished singer, will render solos and duets. The election ot officers will he held for the Board of Direc¬ tors and Ottlcei;s. Morris Skil¬ ken, Chainnan of the Nominat¬ ing Committee will submit his report. Dr. Harry Topolosky, Chair¬ man ot the Special Committee to Investigate community rela¬ tionships between Community Councils and Centers to leai'h what the policies were In. other communities, will report the findings and the Committee's decision at the^ meeting Thurs¬ day evening. Council Dessert Meeting To Be Held Juesday Afternoon The regular meeting of the- Columbus Section, National Council Jewish Women, will be held next Tuesday, Dec. 3, in the Bryden Road Temple. This will be a dessert meeting which' will begin promptly at 1 P. M.,. followed by the business ses¬ sion beginning.at 2 P. M. On that afternoon. Council will take pleasure in presenting Mrs. S. S. Watson, who, will give a book review on "Debor¬ ah" by Marion Castle. Mrs. Wat¬ son Is well known in Univer¬ sity circles here and has spoken before many women's groups In the city. Her book reviews are given in a most entertaining fashion., In place of regular business, there will be a report of the 18th Triennial of the National Council of Jewish Women held recently in Dallas, Texas. This will be in the form ot a bridge table discussion with Mrs. Sim¬ on Lazarus, Mrs. Harry Gold¬ berg and Mrs. Robert Blashek participating, entitled, "Two Spades—Three Delegates." SMITH FOUNDATION GIVES $10,000 GIFT TO UNITED JEWISH APPEAL NEW YORK (JTA)—A-$10,000 gift to the United Jewish Ap¬ peal has been made by the Al¬ fred E. Smith Memorial Founda¬ tion. A check for that sum was presented to William Rosenwald, U.J.A. national chalrnian, by Charles H.- §llver, vice-president of the Foundation of which Cardinal Spellman Is president.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1946-11-29|
|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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