Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1948-03-12, page 01
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TJ.-,-.*<f.i^'^--^-g^'^j •j-\-X:'^ii:yjrjn'-r.*- Ai^i-'':"'lS"^ ,,| & Hlsl'""^" I Mui*" ^^l^^'^^^^-' Outstanding (Palestine Executive Here Friday Rabbi- Max Kirshblam of Pal¬ estine, exocutlTo vicc-Cholrmaii of tho Mlzrachl Organization of Ainerica, and ontstanding na¬ tional (Orthodox loader who has made extensive tolirs of Pales¬ tine, Elnropo, DP camps, etc., has consented to visit several com¬ munities in this iirca ht the In¬ stigation of the United Jewish Appeal thru tho United Jewish Fund of Columbtis. Colnmbns Is Indeed fortunate to be Included on Rabbi Klrsb- blum^s Itinerary — next week¬ end, daring which time he will deliver an address nt Agudath Achlm Synagogue next Friday, March 10, 8 p.m. His subject will bo "Pnlostlpe Conditions Today"—a message wbich will bo of most timely Importance to every Jew in Co¬ lumbus, coming at tho most crucial period In Jewish history, when the fate of EJuropean Jew¬ ry depends upon Implementa-, tion' of the UN decision how" under fire by oTd< enemies. As stated In last week's Chron¬ icle, there Is no doubt tliat the, Arab governiriente are seeking to reduce Palestine's Jews to a stjitc of political subjection.. Xhe partition as adopted by Uie General Assembly Is to Pales¬ tine JoHTy thfi! final compro¬ mise and tlio Irreducible mini¬ mum of acceptability. It repre¬ sents tlio collective wisdom of the international community on this burning Issue, Ehrery Jew In Columbhs In¬ terested In the future of our brethren in Europe should not miss Itabbi Max Klrshbluni next Friday evening at Agudath Achlm Synagogue, Rabbi Mordecal Hirschsprung will preside. BefreshmentA wlU be served by the Sisterhood. Cantor Geilman will be but of tho city that night, so Mr. Bon Neustadt, Publisher of tho Chronicle, will conduct the dor- vices. All members of tho local af¬ filiated Zionist groups, as woU as the general public, are ex¬ tended n cordial invitation; ^^ JjHRONICLE 2IY/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Je'tfyish Community \V/A\K Vol. 26, No. II COLUMBUS, OHIO, J^RIDAY, MARCH 12, 1(M8 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals Late News Briefs (JTA and WNS Dispatches) JEBUSAIiKVI—A 31-member Provisional Council ot Govern¬ ment and a^ Cabinet of 13 tor the new Jewish state was named here this week-end at a meeting ot the Jewish Agency following protracted negotiations among the various parties and political groupings In the Jewish community. The names of both the Cabinet and the Councii were Immediately cabled to the Paiestlne Commission Eft Lake Success. Heading the Cabinet as Premier Is David Ben Gurlon, chair¬ man ot the Agency executive. .Other members and their protollos are: Moshe Shertok, Foreign Affairs; Eliezer Kaplan, Finance; David Remez, Interior; Itzhak GrUenbaum, Labor; Fritz Bern¬ stein, Trade; Rabbi Judah L. Fishman, Education and Religion; Moshe Shapiro, Immigration; and Itche-Melr Levin, Health. The remaining four ministries were assigned—one to the General Zion¬ ists, two to the United Labor Party, one of the Sephardlc Com¬ munity—but the names ot the candidates were not made public pending final acceptance by the parties and Individuals concerned. LiAKE SUCCESS—The United States will press for a new effort to solve the Palestine issue by conciliation between the Jews and the Arabs at the Big Powers talks whloh opened this week in the New York apartment of Soviet delegate Andrei Gromyko. ,The American delegation, however,, has not dratted any formal proposals on the conciliation question. JEBU8AX.BM-—The Haganah and the Irgun Leuml have agreed to merge their fprces, It was announced here over the week-end. The Jewish Agency executive is expected to consider ratification of the agreement within "a day or two. Haganah re¬ portedly has 40,000 men enrolled In Its army, of whom 10,000 are members of the Palmach—the commando-type striking force. Another 3040,000 Haganah members are said to be on the reserve llst. The Irgun Is believed to have a force of more than 6,000 fighting men. NEW YORK—A resolution calling on the Government of the United States to "vindicate the integrity of Arnerican policy, which is gravely threatened by the equivocal position taken by the U.S. delegation to the UN Security Council" was adopted by the 350 delegates at the Eastern Seaboard Emergency Conference of the Mlzrachl Women's Organization ot America. LONDON—In a message mailed from Jerusalem to several members of Parliament, th* "Palestine Branch of the British League of Ex-Servlcemen" has assumed responsibility for the killing of 54 Jews In the Jeru.salem bombing of Feb. 22. The message declares that the members, who are believed to be af¬ filiated with Sir Oswald Mosley's Fascist Union Movement, has undertaken "a crusade against the Jews" and threatens that "Jewish women and children, old and young, will all be an¬ nihilated." NEW YOBK—A Jewish student has to file lO times as many applications as a vvhito^ Protestant in order to get into an Ameri¬ can medical school, it Was disclo-sed here in survey released thl.i week by the American Jewish Congi'ess. At the same time the survey revealed that Catliolics and those of Italian ancestry file .twice and tlve times as many applications per student as Pro¬ testants. NEW YOKK—Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will be named "The Woman ot the Year" in an award to he presented by the National Council ot Jewish Women at a Iranquet on March 15 In the Grand Ballroom of the Hotel Plaza, New York City, It was announcpd by Mrs. Joseph M. Welt, ot Deroit, National President. A. A. SISTEIIHOOD JITNISY SUPI'BIl Everything l« In rcudinesH for the Agudntli Achlm Sr. Slstorhood's Jitney Supper nnd Bingo tomorrow evening (0 o'clock) at tho Synagogue. Milton Berman, chef, will prepare hanibui'gers, hot dogs, poUito salud, pie, cakes, and otlier tasty delicacies to adorn the tables. * Mrs. OsGur Berman and Mrs. Nathaii Zeff are co-chair¬ men, assisted by tho entire Sisterhood board. Children are cordlall}' Invited, as well as the general public. .Cosh*prizes will be awarded to Bingo winners. CAPACITY THRONG EXPECTED FOR BB DANCE MARCH 23 Preparations were virtually completed this week tor B'nal B'rlih's annual dance at Valley Dale Tuesday, March 23. Music for the affair will be provided by Zlggy Coyle and his orchestra, featuring Dick Stein, and playing numbers which have made the band one of the most popular in Columbus. The Dale's bar will b* open tor those attending the dance. Members will not oe permitted to bring In their gwn liquor. Re¬ freshments will be served. There will be no admission charge tor paid up members and their wives. The women's chapter of the lodge will partlclpatfe in the dance and will offer featured acts from the recent musical "Awake and Sing," produced by the women's group. One of ^4Iie - most , popular events in the Jewish commtm- ity's social calendar, the dance is expected to draw another "full house." Mrs. Ben Yenkin Red Cross Leader For Jewish Womeil Council ot Jewish Women's Red Cross Cliairman, Mrs. Fien Yenkin, has been appointed a major in the current Red Cross drive. Cooperating organizations un¬ der Mrs. Yenkin are Senior Ha¬ dassah, Bryden Rd. Temple Sis¬ terhood, Broad at. Temple Sis¬ terhood, and B'nai R'rith Auxil¬ iary. The following are serving as captains: Mesdames Jack Resier, Abe Yenkin, Gus Reich, Sidney Marksl Sam Subow, and Abe H. Kanter. Hadassah^ Council, B.B, Women to Hear Dr, Busch A .social hour will follow the appearance of Dr. Henry M. Busch at the Gallery of Fine Arts Tuesday. Dr. Busch. who will speak at 1:30 p.m., on "What Shall Be Our Immigration Pol¬ icy Now?" is a lecturer of note, the organizer and former execu¬ tive director of the National Committee on Post-War Immi¬ gration Policy, a radio commen¬ tator In Cleveland and-national¬ ly, and a figure long active In the affairs of the community, state and nation. In charge of the tea that will follow the meeting are the Hos¬ pitality chairmen of the three organizations: Mrs. Abe Wolman and Mrs. Bernard Rubin, Hadas¬ sah; Mrs. Hy Stone and Mrs. .lack Cohen, B'nai B'rith Wo¬ men's Auxiliary; and Mrs. Louis M. Madison, Council ot Jewish Women. Hostesses will be Mesdanies: J. Barnett, Lou Golden, Sol Ris¬ ing, Louis Robbins, Melvin Fur¬ man, Murray Barnett, William Papier, Harold Kane, Leonard Stern, Daniel Cohen. Herbert Levy, I. M. Harris, and Herbert Wise. ~Mrs. Albert Goorey, Hadas.sah: Mrs. B. B. Kaplan, B'nal B'rith Women's Auxiliary; and Mrs. I. M. Harris, Council ot Jewish Women, are the chairmen of the RABBI KAPLAN LECTURES FOR RELIGIOUS INSTITUTE Rabhi Han-y Kaplan will give his first lecture on "Contem¬ porary Jqwish Problems" Iwfore the Institute of Religious School Teachers 8 p.m. Wednesday, at Broad St. Temple. This is the Sth lecture in a .series of six arranged under the auspices of the Bureau of Jew¬ ish Education in cODperalion with the Rabbis of t^ie religious schools in the community 'Fhese lectures offer background ma¬ terial for teachers in religious schools. All thoso Interested in at¬ tending these lectures are cor¬ dially Invited. WORKMEN'S CIRCLE AUX. The tollowing officers were installed at the Workmen's Cir¬ cle Auxiliary Branch l.M dinner Sunday, Feb. 29, at Schonthal Center: Mrs. M. Izeman, president; Mrs. W. Gorelick, 1st vlce-pres.; Mrs. S. Orodtier, 2nd vlce-pres.: Mrs, S. Welsman, sec'y; and Mrs. S. Greenberg, treas. Board members: Mesdames P. Sfhtielder, H. Romanoff, A. Mil¬ ler D. Kersteln, M. Riibln, B. Koltu'n, M. Libster, S. Lurle, M. Gurevltz, S. Mlnkln, and S. Rocklin. Dr. Busch program responsible for bring¬ ing this exceptionally tine speaker to Columbus. Mrs. Dan¬ iel Cohen will give the. opening prayer. Attention is again called to the meeting hour of 1:30 at the Gal¬ lery of Fine Arts. Hillel Pledges Total S9300 The Called Jewish Student Fund, sponsored by the Hillel Foundation at Ohio State University, announces tliat a total of .$0300 In pledges has been raised to date. The original goal: $1(),()0(). The Hillel Advisory Board will convene Monday evening ut (he Foundation. The new building coniniltteo will pre¬ sent Its report previous to beginning actual construction. Bryden Road Temple To Hold Big Purim Dance For the first time in the history of the Bryden Rd. Temple brotherhood, a Purim dance — free to the entire membership of the 'I'empie —will lie given Saturday evening, Mar. 27,'from 9 to midnight, in- the 'i'empie vestry. Elaljorate plans are now being!—¦ made to make tills affair a iii(-st \ Neu.staclt, Fred Yenkin, Allen eiijoyaliie one Im; young and Gundersheimer, Jr., Den Kahn, (lid in keeping u'lth die spirit jje,, i^urle, Milt Stauli, Joe IHatt, of the festival of Punm. ' Mei ,.-,.ank, Ted Schmidt, and Entertaimiient, contest.s, and Fe,.(j Kaufmann. valuable prizes are included on , • the evening's program for all i who aiteml. | CHIROPODIST TO SPEAIt Heading the committee ori ar-1 Dr. 1. Schulman, 8;i S. High rangements are Richard J. Abel; St., will be guest speaker at the and Jack Ratner. Serving with | Northeastern Acacfemy of Chi- . them are: Charlie Ross, Mark ropodv in Cleveland, Sunday, at Feinknopf. Sam Ito.scnfeld. Rudy the Statler Hotel. Dr. Schul- Klemperer, Slg Weisskerz, Oscar man's topic will be "The Past Weston, Abe Gertner, Ben ' and Future ot Chiropody." CARD PARTY FOR CHARITY A benefit card party -^ all for charity — Is' being spon¬ sored .Mar. 17 (next Wednesday, 8 p.m.) by the Signia Delta I'hl sai-oiity at Broad St. Temple. Tickets may be pui^ chased at the door, or Iivm any member of tho sorority. Mrs. Evelyn Hoffman Is chairman ol the affair, as¬ sisted by Mrs. Jjoah Wandler, 015 Wilson Ave., Mr^, Lauretta Wels, 10,t Mayfair Blvd., and Mrs., Jean Handler, 1012 Berkely ltd.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1948-03-12|
|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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