Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-08-03, page 01
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ArchaeoUglcal & Ulsiorical Museum , N. High St. at 15th—1 SP'ii/^ Serving Columbus and Central CHilo Jewiah Communlly \VyK Vol. 20, No. 30 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1981 tX'Viitecl to Ameilcnn and Jewish Irteiils BEN - GURION AT ISRAEL POLLS IN FIRST RADIO PHOTO Mapai Ahead In Israel Poll 39-20" TEL AVIV ~ (By American Jewish Press Cable) — The rocketing rise of the middle-class General Zionists to Israel's second largest party and the refusal of Israel's voters in the second national election this week to give the Socialist Mapai an absolute majority pointed to another un¬ easy coalition government for the Jewish State. With slightly more than two-thirds of the more than 850,000 ballots tabulated, Prime Minister David Bcn-Gurion's Mapai climbed for 36% In the first elections to the Israel Knesset to 39% in Monday's elections, but it was fnr short of the absolute majority thr white-haired Prime Minister had demanded in a whirlwind tour of every part of his small nation. IJke any one of the more than KOO.OOO iHrueliN who turned out fnr Monday's Important national elections, Prime Minister David Ben-<iurlon appeantd at the reK- iHtrntton booth t» have his name rheeked off prior to eiistinK his vote. A woman ejerli Ninllintcl) (fives l5-<f, the go-ahead. Minutes later he cuHt hlK ballot. The photo is (he flntt ever to he Ht'ut direetly from Isntel to the I'nited Statics by nidio for the KneUsh-'JewiHh press — hy the newH aKeiie> «f ANNOciation of .N't'WMpaperN, the ihh l*re.>iH. the .\iiieri(an KiiKltHh-.lewiHh Ameriean .lew- (American .li*wi»h I'hoto by Pinn). I'rerth Kiulie The Genj'rnl Zionists rose from fifth plare to second, collecting about 20'Sf of the turnout on the basLs fif in(r)mplfti' n-turns from i.srkcr.s military personnel. The .Holdif-r vote will not be tubulated frir several days. The left-wing MapfU (Jn-w U.H nf th*' a<(-niint4'd vote; the riKht- \^inK, nil niitgrowth of the cxtrr-mi- \^\ Irgun /.\ni I^-unil. aci-nuiUcd for 7 Tl'- : Hapfiil Hamizrarhi, (l,:i; TroKrcssivcs .'i .*): f'onimunists, n,;i; AKudjtb, 2 2; Mizrarhi, 1 .'!. a n d I'onlr AK'i'lah. IT';, I>«Mpitc Uh' bith-rruss of cam- paiftn charH'-.s exc banned bet ween the Mapai and Ihr- (Jcnerfil Zion¬ ists, )( HpnlicKrruin for the latter in- dicati-d r'-Hdine.s.s to join in a couli- lion ;>(>vernm(nt u-jth Hcn-'^Jurion. Oli.servers figr''cd the Mapai mishl form a cabinet without the ("JenerMJ Zioni.sts by nn alliance with the PrciKrcsslvea. an offshoot fff the General Zioni.st Party of Israel. Hapoel Hamiz.rachi had run in¬ dependently after the Religious bloc, which had shared power with the Mapai in the first coalition ' gT)vernment, failed to work out a I united ticket fnr the second clec- I tion. Inclusion of the Religious Work- I era Party wKuld. however, present I the Mapai with the same'problems j on religion which had repeatedly 1 rocked Israel's first government. I More important, it was agreed that J any cabinet which failed to repre- ; sent the growing middle-class aen- i timent repreaented by the General ' Zionists would have a difficult I time getting the entire population to support the austerity regime upon which solution of Israel's [ economic problems depends. 19 Mrs. A. R. Schwartz Appointed Director of New Pre-School at Jewish Center Plans for the operation of a Jew¬ ish Center Pre-School were an¬ nounced today by Edward F. Sch¬ lezinger. Center president. The culmination of more than six montha of Intensive study, plans foi; the Pre-School, will broaden the scope of the Center's service to the community. Mr. Schlezinger praised the work of the Center Study committee which developed the plans. The committee consisted of Herman M. Katz, chairman; A. A. Wolman, Fred Yenkin, Bernard Feltlinger, Joseph Summer. R. J. Abel, Mrs. Harry Schwartz. Mrs. E. J. Gordon, Justin Sillman, Samuel Shinbach, and Maxine Papurt. Tho school will begin immediate¬ ly After Labor Day, and will be open to children 3 to 6. No effort is b(}ing spared to make the school the finest in the clty-new equip¬ ment and furniture haa ^ready been ordered, improved bua service is being arranged, and most Impor¬ tant of all, an outstanding educa¬ tor hajB been appointed School Dir¬ ector. Mrs. A. R. Schwartz brings to her new post the richness of 20 yeara experience in the educational field. In each of the several communi¬ ties in which she has lived, Mrs. Schwartz has organized Nursery School programs and always with remarkable success. For the past eight years she has been Director of the Colurnbus Self-Development School, where her vitality, energy, and the warmth of her personality I have made hundreds of friends. I Mrs. Schwartz Is well grounded i professionally in tlie field of edu¬ cation. She is a graduate of Con- j necticut State Normal School, and I has had post-graduate training at J Teachers College of Columbia Uni- I veralty. The establishment of the Center's Pre-School is a tribute to Mrs. Schwartz's pioneer efforts to demonstrate community need for such a program. The remarkable Mra. Schwartz school spirit, the fine program, and the vitally Interested parents group are sure to flourish as part of the overall Center operation. Plans for the Center's Pre-School were studied and approved by the Jewish Community Council and the United Jewiah Fund. Money for (cootlnaed on psfe t) Young Peoples League Sponaors Swimming Party Tomorrow at Goldcliff Park Members of YPL are sponsoring a swimming party this Sunday, at Goldcliff park, four miles south of Circlevllle. O. All members and frienda attend¬ ing must meet at Broad St. Temple by 12:S0 as the caravan will leave no later than 12:30 p. m. Hamburgers, potato aalad, rel¬ ishes and cold drinks will be aerved buffet style. Admission Is 73c for members and $1.26 for nou'-members. This Includes your admiasion to the park, luncheon and transportation. For those who would like to Join us and have no means of trans¬ portation to the meeting point, you can get a ride by contacting Mr. Jerry Cunix. pres., EV. 8266, or Miss Eather Bernstein, aec'y, DO. 77S3, in the evenings- All are welcome to come. Lunch¬ eon Is strictly Kosher. 1 o JWV Picnic Aug. At Norwood's Norwoo<i's Amusement |^ a r k, 2025 E, Main St., will be the site of the annual picnic sponsored by Capitol Post 122, Jewish War Vet¬ erans. In co-operation with the Women's Auxiliary. The date is Sunday, Aug. 19, from noon until dark. There will be plenty of games for the youngsters and adults, with wondi'rful prizea for contestants. Norwood's offer complete facili¬ ties for an enjoyable family picnic horse shoes, shuffle board, soft- ball and more than 50 picnic tables spread out over 12 acres of shaded area bordering on Alum Creek. There are clean rest rooms, am- pli' parking space and. of courae, the many "kiddle rides" available. Admission ia free; bring your friendM, o SOt^lAL DISCHISSIONS Conversations around the Center theae days Indicate young people's concern about current social pro¬ blems, and their desire for oppor¬ tunities to discuss their viewa and opinions with each other. Young adults Interested In discussing these Issues have extended an In¬ vitation to all young people to at¬ tend the first in a series of dis- cuaaions at the Jewish Center. The flrat is next Wednesday, 8 p. m. The subject will be "What do you Mean, Freedom of Speech?" The discussion moderator, Dr David Spitz of the Political Science Dept., OSU, will raise such ques¬ tions as: "How much freedom ahould be allowed In free speech?"; "Does free spe* h apply to every¬ one?" THCMATtOA,^ DKTROIT 'JTAI State polic*-. federal investigating agencies and the t'nited States Air Force wertt enllaboratintr today in .spar'h of a private plane which flew over a lhrr<'-niile industrial tirea fif I)e- troit yesterday and dropped Ihou- sand.s of \iriou.s anti-Semitic hand¬ bills. Tlic plane made two flights dropping mimeographed leaflets. After Ihp first flight, pohce notified the nearby Selfridge airfield and three Arrry trniriing planes were .tent np to observe The private plane appeared five hours later and again dropped leaflets, a.s_ the army plane sought lo come close enough to read its identification number. liecause nf the great num- . ber of planes in the air at the time, they were unable to trace the plane back tf- its field. « • • MILWAt;KEK 'JTA/ A bill prohibiting advertising of hotels, reaortfi or other places of amuse¬ ment as restricted because of race, color, creed or ancestry, went into effect here this week following its signature by (;ov. Kohler. The new state legislation provides penalties up to six mrmths' imprisonment or fines up to $inO or both for viola¬ tion oi the anti-diacriminution measure. » * * NEW YORK <JTAt The New York Board of Rabbis today an¬ nounced that as a result of its re¬ presentations to the State Com¬ missioner of Education, examina¬ tions for thf licensing of doctora to practice njedicine tn the State of New York, originally scheduled to take place from Wednesday, Octo¬ ber 3l3t through Saturday. Novem¬ ber 3rd, have been changed so that no examinations will be held on Saturday. PARIS iJTA» Lous Ferdinand Celine, notorious anti-Semitic au¬ thor of Vichy France, returned here from Denmark yesterday. The author, sentenced in absentia for collaborationist activities, was re¬ cently granted an amnesty by the French Government. « w * VIENNA iJTA) The Jewish Community of Vienna can no longer care for over 1,000 Jewish graves at lhe Doebling Jewish Cemetery, on the outskirts of the city, it waa revealed this week*end by Dr. Ernst Felaberg, community treasurer. Dr, Felsberg said that the com¬ munity has hardly enough money available for the care of the sick and the indigent. He added that the community would appreciate fin¬ ancial assistance from relatives of people burled in the Doebling cemetery to make possible the physical rehabilitation of the neg¬ lected graves. AID rU>OD VICTIMS The Jewiah War Veterana of America have donated $20,000, to alleviate suffering in the Missouri flood valley. Capitol Post 122 of Columbus, In cooperation >vith Mo- Kan Chapter 605, have been com¬ mended for the spirited action thfey have taken to help the strick¬ en area.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-08-03|
|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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