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^sr^-^'"'"'^^- m ^^ JIHRONICLE 2j[\\/7Servinq Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Communily^\//\\^ Vol. 25. No. 37 COIjXJMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, 8EITEMBER 10, 1947 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals Important New Year Messages To World Jewry PalcHtinc Chief I^ibbl .lerusalem, Sept. 14 (.IT.A)—In, a .special broadcast on the Paf estine radio Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog today called on the Jew¬ ish people to prepare themselves spiritually for the early fulfill- menl of its "2,000-year-old pray¬ er" for Zlon'a restoration. Referring to the UNSCOP rec¬ ommendations for Palestine, he said they contain some very "painful points" for the Jews, but that they nevertheless repre¬ sent a "new International chap¬ ter in the national revival of the Jews." Rabbi Herzog casti¬ gated with equal vigor the vio¬ lence of the British Government against the Jewish refugees seeking to enter Palestine and the extremists against the Pal¬ estine Government. "Zion will be redeemed by justice, not by the spilling of blood," he said. British Chief Rabbi LONDON, Sept. 14 (JTA)— Acting Chief Rabbi of the Brit¬ ish Kmplre Harris M. Lazarus, in a Rosh Hashanah message released here today, declared that "lilte Job, Israel today is challenged and smitten and has withstood many tests. "Our faith, our services to re¬ ligion, culture and civilization, our reclaiming the wastes and swamps in a derelict Palestine— all these ¦ entitle us to recogni¬ tion as a nation in the commun¬ ity o( nations and to seeing otir dream of, the promised restora¬ tion of Palestine as a Jewish (Continiied on Page 8) JVoJdce! Columbus Jewish Community Calendar The Columbus Jewish Community Council an¬ nounces that it is resuming publication of the Com¬ munity Calendar, in this week's issue of the Ohio Jewish Chronicle. Organizations are requested to phone the Chronicle office immediately^ Telephone AD. 2954 for clearance of dates and insertions of meet¬ ing notices in the Calendar. The Calendar will be published every other week in the Chronicle. U. S. To Support Establishment Of Special Palestine Committee With U< N. Assembly I.AKK SL'CCKSS MTAI—The j self(r„verning Commonwealth In Anti-Jewish Outbreaks In England No Cause For Alarm, London Lawyer Says NEW YORK (JTA)—The re¬ cent anti-Semitic outbreaks in Britain, although undoubtedly serious, were no cause for great alarm, William Frankel, Lon¬ don lawyei' and representative of the American Jewish Com¬ mittee in England, reported at a luncheop here. Mr. Frankel traced the out¬ breaks to postwar Increase of activity by fascists, due to their release after the termination of hostilities, as well as to econ- onfilc pressures and the fact that Jews represent the only minori¬ ty in an otherwise very homo¬ genous population. He said he was "not personally worried' alKiut the attacks, wiilch were incited mostly by hooligans, bo cause there had l>cen strong po lice action and because the atti tude of the press had been ex tremely responsible and en¬ couraging. While the British Jews are largely pro-Zionist, Mr. Frankel stated, Zionism had lost support among non-Jews, due mainly to events in Palestine. He declared that there is s^me restraint in Britain against Arnerlcan Jews, because of wide publicity given the views of pro-terrorist groups and the poor press given to more responsible American Jew¬ ish groups. United States will support the suggestion of the Unitsd Na¬ tions Secretary General Trygve Lie that tho U. N. General A.-i- scmbiy, whicli opened on Tues¬ day, set up a speriai .'i.'j-nalinn working coramitiuo lo deal with tho Pale.stinc (lueslion. it was ,learned Irero. Eight American jurists this week joined in a memoranrium to the United Nations callini,' upon thai liody In implement the "creation in Palestine of an in- (iepenrient Jewish C'lnnmnn- weaith or .State in ciintrol tif Its own immigration, land. (ievelnj>- ment and fiscal [policies," and endorsing in principle Ihe p;ini- tion plan proposed by the sev enman majority of Iho United 'Nations Special Committee on Palestine. Describing the UNSCOP ma¬ jority report as representing "a statesmanlike and sincere effort to provide a workable compro¬ mise solution of the rtifficuU and complex Palestine problem." the authors of the brief point out that the majority proposal meets two of the fundamental requirements of a just solution— insurance against governmental or administrative obstacles to immediate and continuing large- scale Je-wish immigration and the establishment of a Jewish PIiANS COMPLETED FOR T. I. MEN'S CLUB YQM KIPPUR DANCE A record -turnout is anticipat¬ ed for the Tifereth Israel Men's Club dance which is to be held next Wednesday evening, Sept. 24, in the social hall of the East Broad St. Temple. Richard Grundsteln, chairman for the event, assures all who attend a most enjoyable evening. Joe Weisberg and his orchestra are to provide the music for the dance which is to get underway at 8:30 P. M. Members of the bi;otherhood are cordially invited to attend. Non-members, who are members of the Broad St. Temple, are in¬ vited at a charge of $1.50 per couple. B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH OBGANIZATION The R'nai B'rith Youth Oj-gan- izatlon Council is calling atten¬ tion of the Youth of Columbus to their first Joint meeting to be held on Wednesday, October 8lh, at the Bryden Road Temple Rabbi Jerome Folkman, ot Bryden Road Tenjple will be the guest speaker of the eve¬ ning. He is a Past President of the B'nai B'rlth District 6, and he together with other features wUl make this a very interesting and entertaining evening. The groups participating in this meeting will be AZA, BBG, BBYM ind BBYW. Watch the Chronicle tor fur¬ ther details. Broad St. Temple Yom Kippur Services Observance of Yom Kippur by the Tifereth Israel Congregation will begin with the Kol Nidre Services at fl;30 P. M., on Tues¬ day, Sept. 23, In the Broad Street Temple. Rabbi Nathan Zelizer will deliver the sermon entitled, "Pltty The Jew?" A special In¬ termediate Youth Service will be held simultaneously with the .senior service in the social hall of the Temple. Parents are urged not to bring children under nine years of age to Temple for the Kol Nidre Services. Services on Wednesday, Sept. 24, wlU begin at 8:30 A. M.^wUh Memorial services scheduled tor 11:30 A. M. Rabbi Zellzer's ser¬ mon, "What Death Ought To Mean To Us" will precede the Yiskqr Service. Guest cantor Jerome Sachs will a.ssist Cantor Leo Halpern by officiating at the Mussaf services. Junior Services for children 7 to 10 yeifrs of age will be held from 11 to 11:45 A. M., to be followed by Intermediate Youth Services from 12:30 to 1 P. M. Both junior services will be con¬ ducted In the social hall under the supervision of M. H. Schwartz. Provision has been made for the supervised play of Kinder¬ garten children In the Kinder¬ garten room, under the direction of Mrs. M. H. Schwartz. The Temple choiri under the direction 9f Cantor Halpern, will again be heard in special liturg¬ ical selections throughout the day's services. Palestine. However, the group disap¬ proves the territorial tlivisions suggested by tho UNSCOP ma¬ jority sirco the Jewisil National Homo would be confined "to loss than nne-cighlh of the ter¬ ritory originally set asidi for it." Specifically, the jurists ques¬ tion the proposal lo exclude the eniire city of Jerusalem and western Galilee from the boun¬ daries of the Jewish state. The 107-page document, which interiirols the legality of Jew¬ ish claims to Palestine and an- dyzos various proposals for the ¦solution of the Palestine issue, is entitled "The Basic Equities of tho Palestine Problem." It bears the signatures of Simon H. Hifklnd, chairman, judge of the U.S. District Court of Ne\\f, York: Jerome N. Frank, judge of tlie U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Second Circuit; Stanley H. Fuld, Judge of the Court of Appeals- of the State ot New York; Abraham Tulin, member of the New York Bar; Milton Handler, professor ,of law at Co¬ lumbia University; Murray L. Gurfein, member of the New York Bar; Abe Fortas, former Under-Secretary of the Interior, and Lawrence R. Eno, member of the New York Bar. COPY FOB CHRONICLE MUST BB IN EARLY NEXT WEEK As Yom Kippur falls on Wednesday, Sept. 24, all copy for our next week's Chronicle must be in our office no lutcr tlian Tuesday, 4 P. M. Tho cooperation of all organ- isuitlons a^ well as individuals will bo lippreclated. TEMPLE RELIOIOl'H SCHOOL TO OPEN SUNDAY MORNING The Brydea Ro^d Temple Re¬ ligious School will open at Ii:-I5 a. m,. Sunday morning, Sept. 21, acciirding to -an announce¬ ment by Mrs. Maxlne Papurt, Principal. All clas?os except the High School Department will meet at that time. The High School class wiil meet with Rah. bi Folkman at 11 a. m. Tho Con¬ firmation Class will hold their first meeting this Saturday morning (today) at 10 o'clock. S. 0. S. (Supplies for Overseas Survivors) Food, Clothing, Top List Of FaU Campaign Need S.O.S.—This is a ship's signal for distress. Our peoples' ship in Europe is sinking fast. They are calling to American Jewry to come to their aid. We are ready with our answer. Here, in Columbus, we have set our goal one full freight car load of clothing and food! The drive will start October 13th and continue through Oc¬ tober 17th. The overseas needs are so many and diverse that Ihcro is room for everyone in the community to make his or hor contribution in the- collec¬ tion of one or more of tile fol¬ lowing types of supplies: FbikI >' Canned milk, practically unul lainabie in Europe. C; ject of the JDC in cooperation with 16 national Jewish wom¬ en's organizations and other groups. The JDC receives Its funds from the United Jewish Appeal. Remember the goal—ten tons of clothing and food from Co¬ lumbus! The following men's organiza¬ tions have pledged their help in this Emergency Drive: ZOA, B'nai B'rith, Jewish War Vet¬ erans, Bryden •Road Temple Brotherhood and Broad St. Tem¬ ple Brotherhood. .Mo homo In Columbus shall uniih '* nii.ssed. Contributors will be , notified wlu'ii the piclo-up crews iniiefi .. .,, ,,,, ;., ,1.,.;.. —j,,ui— CALL SPECIAL MEETING There will be a special meet¬ ing tomorrow (Sunday) at 2 o'clock, at the Agudath Achim synagogue for the purpose of election of officers for the Old Home wliich is to be ^jurchased AMERICANIZATION AND NATURALIZATION CLASSES START SEPT, 25TH Araerfcaniz'ation and naturali¬ zation classes will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 2 in the near future, Columbus i to 4 p. m. and from 7 to 9 p. m., I Jewry is urged to Ire present at the' Schonthal CJenter begin-j at tl)is important meeting. Iijlng, Thursday, Sept. 25th. T. I. SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES AT FAIR AVENUE SCHOOL To uccomniodato un unprec¬ edented increase In enroll- inent in Broad St. Temple Sunday School und pending tho' consti'ucHon of thii now education building, Congi-cga- tion Tiforctll Israel has ur- ruilged for the use of U((i Fair Avenue Public School, 130S Fuir Ave., at Lattu Ave., Just two blocks soutli of the Torn pic, for nil twelve classes fi-om Kindergarten through High School, Opening class sessions are scheduled for Sunday, Sept ?8th, beginning promptly at 0:30 A, M.J with reglstrallon being completed in the Indt vidaal class rooms. moats, fish, fruit juices and vegetable . fat arc urgently de- sirod. too. Clolhlng Clothing is a major need over¬ seas. Contributed clothing .should be cleaned and in good reiiair, Ihe kind we ourselves would want to Cvear. Suits, coats, hats, dres.ses, shirts, sweaters, jackets, trousers, socks, underwear, shoes (tied in pairs), blankets, sheets and towels are all in de¬ mand. Layettes The high birtirate among Europe's Jews amazes the world .SOS wants diapers, receiving blankets, shirts, nightgowns, sock booties and other layette items. Books and toys are desired. Medical supplies, soap, candles, sewing kits, toothpaste and com¬ fort items are al%o wanted. As most of the readers of the Chronicle probably know, UNR¬ RA has ceased to operate. The only source of help can come from SOS (Supplies for Overseas Survivors) working with the Joint Distribution Committee. The SOS (Supplies for Overseas Survivors) Collection Is a pro-, will bo in their neighlwrhood Fellowship Church To Begin Season Sunday at 5 P. M. The Fellowship "Church of Co¬ lumbus-will begin its new seas¬ on this Sunday, Sept. 21, at. 5 P. M., at the Bryden Road Tem¬ ple. Rabbi Jerome Folkman will deliver the sermon and the Sis¬ terhood wiil serve t^a immedi¬ ately afterward in the Vestry. The Fellowship Church is the only inier-failh and Inter-raciai organization of Its kind in the worid and its two years of work In bettering religious and racial amity in Coiumbua has borne fruit. Not only do adults wor¬ ship together but children are cared tor during the services in a -kindergarten where all .races and creeds learn to play togeth¬ er. The public la invited to the service. It is lu'ged that"Colum- bua Jewry make this an auspic¬ ious beginning tor the new re- ligloiis season.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1947-09-19|
|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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