Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-08-07, page 01
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.\U ,i.ir.,llKUVll i\l IIIV.DI K'al MiNoum N. High St. at 10th—1 tt Wednesday is B" Day Here Nfxt Wednesday, members of the Jewish community of Columbus will converge at the Center to give life-saving blood. The Red Ooa.s Bloodmoble will be stationed at tho Center, 1125 College Ave., from 12 noon to fi p. m,, with all the nccpflsary ,equipment and personnel. The Blood Donor Council has made it easy for all donprs. Free transportation will be provided by Oeatrelcher's and the Transportation Corps, which la headed by. Joan Friedman. Free baby-sitting service is being planned as well as free snacks and sandwiches. If you need a ride or babysitting service whjle you give blood, just call DO. 6221 or DO. 2731. DcHpite the truce In Korea, bloml Ih still urgently needed. During wartime one third of tho blood supply was allocated for the Armed Forcea 'n Korea while two-thirds was used for civilian hospitable use. Stockpiling of Blood Plasma is still a must in case of military or civilian emergency, and biood ia still the only source for gamma globulin which is us<!(i for the prevention of paralysis In polio. At preaent, there is only enough to innoculate all children fn.m 6 to 12 yeara In epidetnle arean only. i And remember . . , you and every member of your, family arc as- 1 surcd blood in caae of emergency . . . regardless nf how much . , . ¦ or how often . . . You protect your family wlion you give blood. Don't wait to be called . . . just walk in on "B" Day and offer to Kivo blood. You'll be given a physical check-up before-hand to make ! Kure you are able to give. Make "B" Day a aucceas ... be there to help save a life. ilMROMCLE Serving Coliimbua Jnd Contral Ohio Jewish Communily \\//\\ Vol. 31. No. .SJ COUIMIUJS, OHIO. FUIDAV, At (Jl .ST 7, lO.ia Df\'()l(Kl tn American anil Jpwish Irtonlfi JEWISH TRADER-i BROUGHT THE -ARABIC'NUMERICAL 5YSTEM FROM 1NDIA TO ARABIA- ..... WHERE. UPON IT WA% INTRODUCED TO EUROPEAN OVIUlZATlON,/ »e*^T«w.> ^ $135,000,000 PUOVIDEn FOK ISRAEL AND ARAKH WASHINGTON. UTA) Senate and House adoption of the final form of the Mutuai Security Act under which Israel and the Arab countries will got $135,000,000 in economic aid -appeared only a form¬ ality after conferees of botfi Houcs.s agreed during the wuek-end on compromise appropriations. Tho $135,000,000 ropresfinta an amount which is expected to be divided about equally between the Arab states and Israel. The final sum includes the restoration of $15,000,000 of $20,000,000 cut from the bill by the Houae. The sum'-for military aid for the area remained at the figure of $30,000,000 aa voted hy the Senate. The military funds, however, will be disbursed (mly at the discretion of President Eiaen- ti()W(\r. Bonn Parliament Keeps Pledge; Passes Indemnification Bill BONN, I JTA' ¦ Jews will conatitute more than OOCi of the persons j who will benefit from the bill to indemnify individual victims of the ; Nazis which was pasaed unanimously last week-end by tho Bundcsrat, the Upper House of tho West German Parliament, ut its laat scsaion I marking tho end of ita fouryear logialative term. I The measure, which goes into effeet Oct. I, wa.s pledged in the reparations agreement btjtweon Weat Germany and the Conference on Jewiah Material Claims Against Germany. It ia estimated that if all puynienta are cHrriotl out in good fnith, the total- to bo paid the Nazi vietim.s will range betvveon $700,000,000 and $1,000,000,000,000 during the next 10 yeara. The law, provioualy ptisaed hy the ISRAEL Pir/ZLP:D BY DVLLES CRITKISM OF MINISTRY SHirT JERUSALEM The Israel Gov¬ ernment cannot understand how the transfer of Its Foreign Ministry from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem could have comi' aa a surprise to the U. S, since the Israel Government's vif^wa on tho matter were made known to Secretary of State John Foater Dulles when he visited here this spring, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said. The spokesman declared that Mr. Dulles muat be aware of the fact that "New Jeruaalem has In any case been Israel's effective capital for the last 3Vj yeara." He added that territorial Inter- natlonilillzatlon of the city had been given up as "utterly unrealistic" by an overwhelming concensus of In¬ ternational opinion. "On this as. pect of the problem," the spokes¬ man asserted, "there has been for a long time complete accord of views between Israel and the U. S." * .* * CENTURY OF SERVICE CLEVELAND -~ Two agencies which had served the community here for an aggregate hundred years, formally ended their Inde¬ pendent existence last week ahd were incorporated ^nto the Jewish Community Centers of Cleveland, an agency of the Jewish Communi¬ ty Federation. TO ATTEND WJC PARLEY ISTANBUL, (JTA) — The Turk¬ ish Government has permitted the Jewiflb community here to send representatives to the Third Plen¬ ary Assembly of the World Jewish Congress opening In Geneva this week. This Is the first time that Turkish Jewry will be represented at an International Jewlah cofi- ference. KX-NAZIS ON TRIAL FOR DEPORTING JEWS FHANKFUHT, UTA) - Two' former Gestapo officials, Johann ! Sclimitz and Joseph Hedderioh, ¦ went on trial here on charges of | "having boon accoasorioa, while c.x- [ ereiaing on official function, tu ag- j gravated deprivation of liberty and to the peraecutlon of innocent peo¬ ple." In 1943 the two were in charge of. the Gestapo In Offenbach near Frankfurt. Although Jewa living in mixed marriage were not yet sub¬ ject to deportation at the time, Schmitz and Hedderlch went be¬ yond even the official Nazi in¬ structions by deporting scores of such Jcwa from Offenbach coun¬ try. Almost all of their victims perished. • • « 5,100,000 MARK3 MUNICH, (JTA) -The Bavorlan Government'a Restitution Office paid out 5,100,000 marks to the vic¬ tims of Nazi persecution In the State of Bavaria during the month of June, This Is the highest month¬ ly total of payments since the Res¬ titution Office was opened. * * * . ISRAEL PLANE IDT TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Israeli mili¬ tary units cordoned off and search¬ ed the Arab village of Tlrah, near the Jordan border, after an Is¬ raeli plane had been hit by a gun fired from the village. All the inhabitants of the village were placed under a house curfew while the aoldlera checked the identity of every person In tho vil¬ lage. ' The plane was being uaed by civilian authorities to spray nearby fields. Earlier in the day It had fired on by Jordanian troops when it accidentally croaked the border. Lower HoLiae. provides for direct puymenta tn Nazi victima. or thi.'ir surviving dependents who wore il¬ legally detained by the Nazis or who loat property or suffered physical injuries resulting in dia- abilitios as a result of Nazi perae- cutiun. Former concentration camp inmates will receive approximat'ely $35 for each month that they were imprisoned. Compensation Icgialation is al¬ ready on the booka in the German atatea, which an far have paid out about $150,000,0u0 to Nazi victims. German Jewa In the U. S. zone will be least affected by the new bill be¬ cause it la modelled after restitu¬ tion legislation In effect in that zone. Improvement will result for Jcwa In the French and British zones. ANNl AL VOLINER PUNIC SCIIEDILKI) Ar(;. Z3 Voliner Society'.s annual picnic will be hold Sunday, Aug. 23. at HeimenduU.' Park. Membera antl tlieir frionda aro urged to make plana to attend the fun foativat. UJF Committee On Special Mission O >—. Urge Payment of 1953 Pledges - o Fred Venkin. 1053 Campaign Chairman of the United Jowii^ Fund, announced thia week the appointment of Davo Ixivison, Ira Monroe and Herbert Schiff as c;o- cliairmcn of a special eommittoo to eatl on those people who havo pot yet tnntributed to tho campaign. In doing so ho atated: "THE JEWISH people of Colum¬ bus have reason to bo proud of thoir achievement in the 1953 I'nit- eil Jewish Fund rampaign. Al¬ ready we have raised 3'"¦J more than la.st, year in Kplto nf the fact that m.'iny nt our gonerou.s cnn- iributnra are not with us now. Those who have pledged havo ahown by their response that thoy know the meaning of Zodokah. Co¬ lumbus is continuing tht? fine tradi¬ tion of mooting its responsibilitios for the welfare of people in Colum¬ bua. throughout the U. S., in Israel and other countries, "However, tho omcrgoncloa which makf.' our campaign necessary atill continue. We want every Jewish peraon to have an opportunity to give to our campaign for more than 40 agencies.' "TIIE (O-CIIAIRIVIEN HAVE agreed to work with the committee of volunteers to call on people who wore not soon during the cam¬ paign. He will bo assisted by Sam Schldnsky and the following other workera: Mite hoi E. Blazer, Lazar Brener. Kugene C'ohen, Howartl Fatt, Mort Keif^enbaum, Sanford Harnett. Harold Hillaon. David i.,ernor. Hornurd Solomon. Jay Solo¬ mon. Sanford Timen, D. L. Van Bualen. I RUMAL^GE SAIJ: Tlfereth larael rummage sale chairman, Mrs. Goldalager, wishes to make this early reminder that the sale will be held the last week in November. All merchandise may be taken directly to Broad St. Tem¬ ple or can be picked up by calling Mrs. Sam Palne. DO. 5459. With the high holy days so early thla year, this wlll be a boon to those who wlll do thqlr fall cleaning soon and wish to dispose of -usable and saleable merchan¬ dise. COLNCIL WOMEN SEEK HOUSEHOLD NEEDS Tho Council of Jewiah Women ia greatly in need of furniture for living room, bedroom and kitchen for two families. They also need two baby buggies. One family ia returning to larael and would be glad to have a large trunk or small foot lockers and suit cases. The Council has always been very fortunate in the response of "Chronicle" readera gind the CJW is grateful. All furniture, etc., will be picked up; call Miss Gerda Baruch. EV. 2971. DENIES PIjVCING BOMB TEL AVIV, (JTA) -^Yaacov Her- outi, the "number one" suspect a- mong the 16 Israeli youths charged with underground terrorist activi¬ ties, denies all charges brought a- galnst him, including the charge of placing a bomb In the building of the Soviet Legation here^Vvhlch resulted In the breaking off-of dip¬ lomatic relations between the Sov- let Government and Israel. PIONEER WOMEN #2 Pioneer-Women's Chapter 2 will conduct a board meeting next Wed¬ nesday evening at the home of Mrs. Arthur Rovick, 612 Eastmoor Blvd. Mrs. Leo Cohen will be co-hos¬ tess. All board members are urged to attend and help make plans for. the next fund-raising project. "TIIF: C'O.M.MI.MTY owes a vote of thanka to tliia Committee that will ill) til is extra job, on behalf of all of ua. I know that thoy will be \vel( (imo by those who havo not previously boon called upon to give. "There may be some individuals whoae names we do not have, They and others .who may wish to do ao, send their contributions direct¬ ly tX) tho United Jewish Fund of¬ fice. 55 E. State St., Columbua 15. 0. They may, if they wish, phone MA. 5181 and a solicitor will be glad to call for their gift." RE.APPOINTS ELIASHIV JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The Is¬ rael Foreign Office has announced the re-appointment of Shuhiel Ella- shlv as Minister to the Soviet Un¬ ion. The name of the Soviet en¬ voy to larael will' be announced within a few days. It is understood that the Israel Legation in Mos¬ cow will be re-opened within a few weeka. Beth Jacob Picnic At Heimendale Park The Brotherhood of Beth Jacob cordially Invites the entire Colum¬ bus community to an ole-fashioned picnic, Sunday Aug. 30, 1 p. m.. at Helmendale Park, located just be¬ yond the S. Parsons Ave. viaduct on Groveport Rd. A full schedule of activities Is planned for everyone, young and old. Games, conteats, prize awards and atunta are on the program. Dancing la alao planned. For re¬ freahments, cold watermelon and cold beverages" wlll be served all day. Members of the picnic committee are: food and drinks, Nate Fein¬ stein, Hal Hlllson, Bert Lando, Morrla Weinstock, Julius Wein¬ traub; dancing. Bobby Lieberman; publicity, E. Weinstock, Leonard Schwartz; awards and tables, Jer- ome Solove, Ray Benjamin, Bob Masser; kiddles gamea, Marty Roa- ?n; teenage games, A. Kltay; adult games, Jerry Rosen; audio ampli¬ fying, Jay Sevelpw; park and facilities, Joe Swartz.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-08-07|
|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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