Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-07-11, page 01
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Arcliatxjllgicai & Hlaiuricai Museum N. lUgh SL at 15th—1 REMINDER: WEDNESDAY IS ''B" DAY DM JIHRONICLE Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \IP^ Vol. 30, No. 28 C'XJLIIMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, .IIII.Y Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals BUY SOCIAL HALL AT NEW BETH JACOB Ilnrry Silbaratoin To their parents, the late Fred- and Bessie Silberstein, TORAH and TRADIJIONS were aa dear as life Itself. Conscious of that fact Messrs. Harry and Max Silbersteln have become champions of every for¬ ward move that tends to preserve traditional Judaism in our com¬ munity. They have proved again their devotion to that ideal by buying the social hall in the ncV Beth Jacob Synagogrue, thus helping to set up another citadeJ /or the pres¬ ervation of our precious heritage, our Torah and our traditions. The officers, members and friends of Beth Jacob Congregation are most grateful to tho Silberstein brothers for thoir moral and gen¬ erous financial support in the building of this House of God. May tho Almighty shoWer upon them and their families with blessings of ¦ good health, prosperity and all ¦ their hearts desire. Max Silbentiein B'NAI B'RITH'S ANNUAL FAMILY PICNIC AT BUCKEYE LAKE PARK Membem of B'nni B'rith, Zion Jxttige 02, are nmiinded to miUio plans for the big picnic — family stylo — at Buckeye Lalfe Park a week from tomorrow, Sunday, .July 20, starting at 1 p. m. The l^odge's Social committee has mode vaitt plans to malie the annual pienlc one of the best-ever. , Games, rideff, contests and free lemonade are on the agenda. The affair will be heJd at Picnic Point Jn Buckeye JLake's amuse¬ ment park. LEONARD STERN SELECTED "MOST VALUABLE" FOR 1952 Leonard j. Stern was presented with tho "Klost Valuable Man of the year" award for 1952, by the Bryden Rd. Temple Brotherhood at the recent dinner held at the Wind¬ ing Hollow Country Club. Mr. Stern has just completed foiy, years- of service as president of the Temple. His many civic ac¬ tivities include: former chairman of the USO; first vice-president of the Jewish Community Council; pajsL director of the Community Chest and Red Cross drives for government employees; member of the grievance committee for the Columbus Bar Association and the cocporation law committee of the Ohio State Bar Association; mem¬ ber of the NationaJ Executive Board of the Unioji^ of American Hebrew Congregations; and was also the first preaident of the Ohio Valley Council of the U.A.H.C.. His law offices &re In the Huntington Bank Bldg. Brotherhood officers for the coming year were alao elected af the meeting. -They aro: Herbert Cummins, pres; Sol Shaman, 1st vice-pres; Ray Kahn, 2nd vic?- pres; Sol Zell, 3rd vice-pres; Dr. Harold Monett, 4th vlce-p res; Theodore Slmsoni financial sec'y: Marvin Frank, recording sec'y, and David Davldorf, treaa. New membera elected to the Brotherhood board are Maurice Bernstein, Robert Blashek, Jr., DaVid Blue, Albert Gllck. Ben Kahn, Seymour Luckoff, Bernard Monster, Dr. Louis Praver, Charles Radow. Others elected are Ralph Rosenblum. David Roth. Theodore Schmi(;lt, Stanley Schwartz, Jr., Isa¬ dore Sealfon, Justin Sillman, Jos¬ eph Skilken, Earl Soule, Dr. Oscar Wostbn, Bon Zuckerman. Anna Pauker Mystery: Purged Because of Her Jewish Ancestry? VIENNA, (AJP) " Official word from the Kremlin that Ana Paukor has been ousted from her post as Romanian Foreign Minister has created two schools pf thought on the issue. The Associated Press report In¬ dicates that there Is no question as to the Involvement of her Jew¬ ish ancestry. It statea that Mme. Pauker Incurred the Kremlin's dis¬ pleasure when two years ago she arranged to have her aged father sent to Israel, Writing for tho New York Times, apeciai correspondent John McCor- man, expounds tho belief that al¬ though Mme. Pauker is Jewish - the daughter of a rabbi her fall from power does not seem likely to be an anti-Semitic act. Western diplomatic reporta from A STKAY BULLET IN THE BEANS From Tel Aviv comes an odd newa story: about a stray bullet that penetrated a house -wall and was mixed Into some beans that were being yaten by 8-year-old Delia Yehoahua. Thoy wont into her stomach, she waa rushed to a hospitAl and after treatment she was reported to be in aatiafactfiry condition. The Fast of Tommux—Shivuli Aaar lyTammux—the nth day of the Hebrpw month ot Tammux, this year occurtng on July 10, is one of the four fasts which, according to the Prophet Zeohurlah HdU), ore in the future to be turned .Into days of Joy. Tlie destruction of Jewish nationhood tn 686 B.C.C by the Babylonians Is commemorated by all the facts referred to. The Fast of Tommuz, marks the breaking through Jeru- ftalerti's waUs by the enemy who attacked the Holy City, Jeru^ 8alemlt«« held out for a year and a half. But when food was ex¬ hausted, It became Impossible to hold out tho stubborn fight against the Babylonians wbo entered the city. Carnage followed and there was fighting within for anoUier three weeks. On Tlsha b'Ab the Temple was destroyed. Israel to Establish Central Government Authority on Transactions with Germans THE HAGUE, (JTA) - A central govcrnmont authority will be set up by Israel and entrusted with the task of practical implementation of the agreements reached in the roparation.s discussions now being held horo, tho Gorman delegation to the talks was informed by the LsTat.'l delegation. ^^^---- It was pointed out that this sot- up will eiimlnato ail private and individual transactions In connec¬ tion with the goods to bo provided by Germany. Tho central authority will, no doubt, set up a purchasing commission in Germany which will consist of experts In various fields. These exportip will make the actual selection of goods and will set the exact pric^. It was explained that the delegation participating In the talks here can only decide the category of goods which will be provided in payment of the repara¬ tions claims and set relative values. It waa roftorted that definite strides had been made by the sub¬ committee on goods and that sub¬ stantial sections of that unit's work rtfld been completed. There is a tentative agreement on cato- gorlos and quantities of goods, and the sub-committee la ready to go into the question of a aellvory schedule. There are two basic categories of goods which have been drawn up: the first consists of goods needed for tho development of in- Bucharest state that tho fact that Mme. Pauker Is a Jewess la a ma¬ jor factor which led to her dis¬ missal. A faithful Communist since 1921 and a leading figure In Commun¬ ism in Romania since 19-17, Mmo Pauker's dismissal ia clear example of the purge now going on In Rua¬ sia and her sate'llite countries. Many ^ew\^ loaders. Including Rudolf Slansky, former Deputy Premier and party secretary In Czechoslovakia, have lost positions of leadership in the past fow months. Mme. Pauker will be replaced by Simlon Bughicij former Romanian Ambassador to Moscow. What spokesmen call a "show trial" will probably take place shortly in which Mme. Paukor will be charg¬ ed with being a '"counter-revolu¬ tionary." - o VOLINEU PICNIC An annual event which is eageHy anticipated by the community Is the picnic of the Voliner Society, which la this Sunday, at Helm- endale Grove, from 12 noon till 9 p. m. Five prizes of $25,00 each will be awarded during the afternoon, and many other interesting events-have been planned. The entire community Is cord¬ ially Invited to make p.. ns to bring picnic baskets out to the ^Grove tomorrow and to join the Voli¬ ner Society In Its annual summer affair. (continued on paice 2) KABBI FOLKMAN ON (X)AST'TO-COAST BROADCAST Rabbi. Jerome D. Folkman will deliver the aermon over the "Message of Israel" pro¬ gram which will be broadcast coast to coaat over the ABC network this Sunday. Tho aervlce will be conducted by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise of the Central Synagogue of New York, supported by the Cent¬ ral Synagogue Choir, Rabbi Folkman will speak on: "Religion and Health." This program will be trans¬ cribed and rebroadcast from WCOL, 9:30 to 10 a. m., on Sunday, July. 20. "CROSS or MERIT" ZURICH, (JTA) - ¦ The golden "Cross] of Merit" ^ of the Inter- national Union for' Child Welfare was awarded to Mrs. Vera Weiz¬ mann, wife of the Israeli'T>resident, £o rher work In bohulf of the Youth A-lIyah movement. FAMED SCIENTIST SEES ISRAEl BONDS AS AID TO ANTi-BIOTICS INDUSTRY Prospects are favorable in Israel for the establishnieni of an ami biuiic» i>idu»- try, according lo Or. Selman Wuktiniun, famed di8(uvi.rt.r uf sirepiuniycin While visiting Israel, Dr. VCaksman shows Mrs. Waksnian b dtale of Israel Bond, one of the fSOO.OOO.OOO In depend en ere Issue which is providing dollar^ for the establishment of many nivi industries. Factories which produce anti* biolics in Israel^ Dr. Waksman reports, wfU And an imppriani source o( raw mstcHsIs in peanuts* many dunams of which have been planted with the aid of fuiuli invealed through tbe Slate of Israel Independence Bond Issue.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-07-11|
|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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