Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-06-20, page 01
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ArcnaeoUglcal & Historical Museum . , N. High St at 15th—1 Worlters Urged to Complete Assignments in Contacting United Jewish Fund Prospects; More Than 3,000 Already Have Contributed Troy Feibel. General Campaign chairman of the United Jewish Fund, announced this week that final efforts are being made to seo that every single person in Columbus has ari opportunity to contrltiute to the drive for more than 46 agencies. "We are happy (^hat more t,han 3.000 Individuals have thus far con¬ tributed to this cause," said Mr. Feibel. ''However, some workers have not yet completed their assignments. Now Is the time to finish up quickly, r urge every person who haa the responsibility of soliciting contributions to do so now. "The story of tho campaign is well known? The state of Israel de¬ pends upon phllanthrophic gifts to support their immigrants ¦ during the period of transition to inde¬ pendence. The people of Israel have. In the last week or ao, all ta.ted themselves an additional 10% of their fund eis a compulsory loan to tho government in order to cope with aome of their problems. "Our local agencies need funds to continue their services. The Jew¬ ish Cenier Is a beehive of construc¬ tive activity, particularly during these summer months but also throughout the year. The Hillel Foundation at OSU is making a vital contribution to the Jewish students on the campus and to the university as a whole. The Colum¬ bus Hebrew School affords close to . 200 children an opportunity to learn the language, traditions and ethics of our people. "National agencies such as the Anti-Defamation League, Ameri¬ can Jewish Committee, American Jewiah Congress and the Jewish Labor Committee are fighting our battle against anti-Semitism and for tiie fuller realization of de¬ mocracy In our country. "Health and welfare institutions, including h^^spltals and the care of children and the aged, are also serving our people here in Colum¬ bus and throughout the country. These agenciea are indispensable to our welfare." Workers: See your prospects now. Finish the Job. Send your finished cards and Hats to the United Jew¬ ish Fund office at the Jewish Cen¬ ter, 1125 College Ave. OfflO JE^B^^toviCLE Sj\^ Serving Columbus and Cenlral Ohio Jewish Communily \\7/"R •<®»' Vol. 30, No. M COI.UMBDS. OHM), FIIIDAY, .H.NK 20, l».52 Dcvo.ted to American nnd Jewish Ideals , •*«•« •«•»« •« 1 For Beth Jacob 5 : Plans Completed Event June 29 Mr. Swartz .-.'' A ttpeelul certiricute of appreciation vi'aH presented laHt week to Allan Trmbish (left), pritHidiMit ',f Ilfstrict y, R'nui B'rith. Ii.v I. VV. (ittrek, vice preHltlent of the Supreme l.o<lue. TarMhinh rom- pleted hlN term of office hy prcHUIlii;^ ut the loWh annual con¬ vention. The citation wiiH (flven to him sfor ycarH Vt^jjcrvici; In the caUHe of HlrenKtheninf; of democracy and Her\ing hlH conimunit.v, aH well ON hlN work for B'nai B'rith. Col's Brandeis Women's Committee io Hold Meeting; Coincides with Graduation ColumbuH Chapter of the National Women'a Committee for Brandels University win hold Its summer meeting In the garden at the home of Mrs. Abu Wolmun, 00 N. Virginia Lee, .1 ueaday. 2 p. m. Tho meeting Is of outstanding Importanco since it coincides with the flr^n graduation ut Brandels University. Mrs. Wllllum Waasor- slrom. local president, will attend that function as well aa the fourth confuronou of th^'Nollonul Wom¬ en's Con^rolttoo on tho Hrandols campus at Watthum, Moiib. Mrs. E. J. Gordon announces that Mrs. Wasserstrom will describe her visit and reactions lo the occasion by explaining "Brandels through a delegate's eyes". Miss Adair Schwartz, local young woman who Is enrolled at the jinl- vcrslty. will portray "Brandels through a student's eyes". Miss Schwartz waa chosen for outstand¬ ing honors In Hebrew at the con¬ clusion of the achool year. The hospitality committee Is headed by its chairman, Mrs. Harry Kollua, with Mesdamea Dave Levi¬ son, Martin Godofsky, Jule Mark and Harry Kohn. Hostesses for the afternoon are Mi-sdamea A. R. Schwartz, Moe Hirsch, Jock Wolman, Jack Rea¬ ler and Sam Wasserstrom. The program for Beth Jacob Con¬ gregation's great event is almost completed. Mr. Joseph Swartz, president ol the ^ynAgoz^e. has an¬ nounced that all preparations for Sunday, June 29, have been care¬ fully planned. At 2 p. m., the ceremonv will start at the old Beth Jacob building on Donaldson St., from where the group will march, with Sefer Tor¬ ahs, to the new synagogue on Bulen Ave. Greetings will be heard from Pres. Swartz and the president of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood, Mrs. Harry Shlff, at 6 p. m. Mr. Lou Levin will introduce the toaatmaster, Mr. Jack Schiff. Out- of-town rabbis will give short ad¬ dresses. Beth Jacob's Rabbi Leopold Greenwald and Dr. Marvin Fox will deliver important messages. A noted cantor will present beau¬ tiful vocal renditions, be-fitting ot the historic occasion. [THC flAT/OA,\ Goldmann Proposes Convening of Congress of American Zionists ¦* + * Immigration to Israel of U. S. Specialists Advocated by Dr. Emanuel Neumann RABBI IRVING MILLER NE\V LEADER NEW YORK, (JTAI - ' The development of two separate instru¬ ments to assist Israel one, the Jewlah Agency In which Zlonista and non-Zlonlsta should carry joint responsibility for financial and economic assistance to the Jewlah State, and the other, a strong Zionist move¬ ment devoted exclusively to Zionist tasks was proposed here by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the Jewish Agency, addressing the 55th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America, rf Dr. Goldmann alao proposed a Congress of American Zionists rep¬ resenting "the strongest single force In American Jewish life." This congreas. he said, should be convened annually or once in two years. A half doion conventions of Jewish groupa could not match the effect and effectiveness of this one great platform, this solemn manlsfestatlon of combined Zionist strength," he declared. "It shall be one of the major tasks of American Zionist Ufe in the Immediate future to develop such structure, by forging the A- merican Zionist Councl! to such in¬ strument or in Some other ways. Such organizational structure would Inevitably eclipse the parties, push them into the background, and prevent issues arising from Israel's internal affairs from be¬ coming decisive issues artificial aa that may be in Zionist life in NEW YORK, (JTA) - The 55th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America elected Rabbi Irving Miller as prealdent of the ZOA following the adoption of a "Miller Resolution" reaffirming the adherence of the ZOA to the World Confederation of General Zionists. The resolution which received 594 votes as compared with 35H votes scored by a competlnjgr "Redeihelm the Diaspora," he stated. At the Resolution," emphasized the "ideo- "L^t anyone who la buncry, come in and eat; let anyone who la needy, como In and share In the Pooaover meoL** —From the PoMOver Hagsodah. KQIJAI. OI'POKTl NITY HARTFORD, Conn. lite goal of the newly-formed Connecticut Jewish Community Relations Coun¬ cil iff "to secure for all citizens the right to achii've the full realization nf the equal opportunities afforded by our democratic society." accord¬ ing to the preamble to its plan of organization, which was publlahed this wceit. - o I'AI'ER COMMENDED TUCSON - The Arizona Post, English-Jewish publication here, has been officially commended by the Public Schools Health Officer of Tucson, for initiating the "Ari¬ zona Post Milk Fund" which has made possible the supply ot milk to more than 300 under-nourished children in the schools here. — o TO ATTENTU tX>NFEKENCE Rabbi Samuel W. Rubenstein, spiritual leader of Agydos Achim Congregation will attend the an¬ nual conference of the Rabbinical Council of America. June 30, July 1-2, tit the Hotel Webster Hall In Pittsburgh. Rabbi Rubenstein is tite chair¬ man ot the "Social Service and PhUanttaropy Committee' of th« Rabbinical Council. I^OS ANGELES - Ground was brolton here thia week for the new $500,000 edifice of Temple Eman¬ uel In Beverly HlHa. The project will include a aanctuary, social halls and religious classrooms. • • * PHILADELPHIA Samuel H. Daroff, iionorary president of the Allied Jewiah Appeal, has heen named by Gov. John S Fine to the Statu voluntary race relations com¬ mittee which is I'xpected to lay the ground worlc for a legal state fair cmploymiint practices commis.sion. * * * BALTIMORE I^abbi Israel M. Goldman, a member of the Gover¬ nor's Commission on Inter-Racial Relations, tooli office this weelt as vice rimlrmftp of the newly-crcat ed Commission on Human Rcia tions for the city of Baltimore. ROCHESTER - Sol M. Llnowltz, president of the Rochester Asso¬ ciation for the United Nations, has been appointed to tiic Committee on International Law of the New Yorlt State Bar Association. « • • SAN FRANCISCO - San Fran¬ cisco lodges of B'nal B'rith will provide and maintain a small build¬ ing In Union Square here where uniformed men and women and hospitalized veterans may record pcrsonEil messages to be transmitt¬ ed to their families throughout the country. Mayor Robinson, city officials and other notables attended the opening ceremoniea. The recording booths will be opened to men and women of all f aitha. sAme time, he defined the relation ship bet^'een Israel and the Zioniat movement aa followa: 1. "There must be a genuine and full partnership between Zioniat movement and State of Israel In building the State and immobilizing the Jewlah people behind this ef¬ fort." 2. "No Zionist movement can work in opposition to the State and hope to ^uxvi^. We will try to in¬ fluence the leaders of the State, but on all maxters concerning Is¬ rael, it la thtjilr decision that must be final." 3. "On the otWr hand, it Is neces¬ sary that the SlsiiH__^(ii>pnratc with the Zionist movement, fully and In a spirit of unqualified good will. All it undertakes, in organized form, in Jewiah life outside Israel, must be done in consultation, coordina¬ tion with the Zioniat movement. On Internal Jewish matters, the State must entrust to the Zionist move-; ment the taalt of ironing out and reconciling conflicts and coordina¬ ting assistance to Israel." However. Dr. Goldmann told the convention delegates that Zionism cannot orient itself exclusively to¬ wards Israel. "If Zionism wishes to becom<! the guiding force in Jew¬ ish life. It cannot orient Itself ex¬ clusively towards laraol," he de¬ clared. "It must con* crn Itself with all vital problems of Jewish life community organization, the He- brcwlzatioo of Jewry, etc." - Dr. I'jmanuci Neumann, member of the Jewish Agency executive, called upon the Zionist Organiza¬ tion of AVnerica to proclaim Umong its primary aims increased private capital Investment In Israel and promotion of immigration to Israel of American Jewish professional and technical workers. "We should overcome," he said, "any lurking inhibition or timidity about the Idea of an American Aliyah but pro¬ claim It forthrlghtly as one of our eaaential aims and follow through on it. The Zionist movement which fajla to produce Aiiyah or Chalut zlut ceases to be Zionist." ¦ ¦ Q - X't SYMPOSIUM Rabbi Harry Kaplan waa a par¬ ticipant in ' a Symposium on Preaching at the annual sessions of the Central Conference of Ameri¬ can Rabbis in Buffalo* Sune 13. He spoke on "Preaching to Col- lego Students". logical and moral kinship" which exists between the ZOA and Uke- mtndcd alster organizations of General Zionists of cordial friend¬ ship and fraternal relations." "The Zionist Organization of A- merica;" the resolution said, "has never been and is not now affiliat¬ ed party-wise with any other Zion¬ ist group or party, is bound by no party discipline, reserves Its Inde¬ pendence and freedom of action and takes no ptirt in the political life of the State of Israel which Is the exclusive function of laraeli citizens. * * * ISKAEU GENERAL ZIONISTS HAIL MILLER'S ELECTION JERUSALEM. (JTA) - Dr. Peretz Bernstein, leader of the larael General Zionist Party, hailed the election 'of Rabbi Irv¬ ing Miller aa prealdent of the Zionist Organization of America. Dr. Bernstein declared that the Israeli General Zionists attach "great impoKance.. to Rabbi Miller's election. The laraeli leader said that the "Identification" Issue, espoused by Rabbi Miller and his support¬ ers, has been generally misun¬ derstood and "means only that the ZOA Is declaring that a bond of sympathy rather than organiz¬ ational tl.efl connect the two General Zionist Parties. He said that the issue would not have been important had not Premier David Betl Gurion lnter.vened with Benjamin Browdy, outgoing president of the ZOA, to re'tract the "Atlantic City resolution" of solidarity between' the two par¬ ties. ' OMAHA CENTER PROVIDES SWIAI COURSES FOR HANDICAPPED OMAHA - - The Jewiah Com- miinity Center .has opened free weekly swimming classes for pre¬ school children iiandicapped. by polio, cerebral palsy and other in¬ firmities. Fourteen handicapped children of Omaha and vicinity are already enrolled for the courso and more will be accommodated as ad¬ ditional volunteer instructors are located. The Center has the only facilities In Omaha for these courses which are open to children regardless of religion. The Red Cross pro^vldeat training for staU Instructors.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-06-20|
|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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