Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-07-31, page 01
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.¦Miliiieiiliniciil & lllsiijiieui Mii.-icum N. High St. at 15tli—1 2Ji\J/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Communny\\j/\\^ Vol. ai, No. 31 OOUjMBUS, OHIO, PKIDAl', Jl/LV .Si, 193,<i Devoted 10 American and Jewish Idealu U.S. Senate Restores Economic Aid to Israel, Arabs WASniiNCTON i./TA) The Kennt.- Apprnpriatinns C'ommittef- h:(.s ri ¦.stored $2(J,000,000 in et-ononiic uH.siHtanee to I.s rael, the Arab si ill(S tind I run, which wa.s .stashi-d, liy tlu: iloiisr' la.st week. Thi.s .utinn in'ouj^ht tlic total economit: aid f<u- the Near Ka.st area to .?140.0(iO,()00. a.s had brcii requested hy the Administration. At the .same time, tlie Senate unit cut military aid for th(; Arab .states and l.srai-l from .$r(0,0O0,00(i to $.10,000,000. Testimony in tht- Senate committ^'o diseloaed that some Senators had man if eat ed a enneern about arms going Into the Middle Ea.st area In advance of peatM". u. A Vaad Hoir Sanctions Kosher Bread, Rolls Moat bakeries in Columbus uae milk or milk powder In their bread and rolls. According to Jewish law, auch bread and rolls are forbidden to be eaten with meat. There are two Jewish bakeries In ColumbUs Berkman's and Schwartz and they are under strict supervision of the Vaad Hoir LEFT TO RIGHT ARE Mrs. Simon Lazarus, 2688 Brentwood I organization. Rd., vice-chairman of the East Unit, and Mrs. Wm. Papier, 1023 S. | Tluc Vaad Hoi Remington Rd., chairman ot that unit, for the Women's Division of \ th tho 1054 United Appeal-Red Cross campaign In Columbus. CHAIRMEN FOR RED CROSS DRIVE PLANS FOR THE WOMEV8 DIVISION of the United Appeal- Red Cross are being stepped up as many more volunteer solicitors will be needed In the 19fi4 drlvf! due to the com;entrated one-week campaign. Mrs. Harold K. Schellenger, -1554 Starrct Rd., again heads the Wo¬ men's Division of the campaign to raise funds In th^' united appeal for the Heart Association, Com- munity Cheat. Cancer Society. USD and Cerebral Palsy Aaaoclatlon, as well as for the Red Cross. Mra. William Papier, chairman of the East Unit, will be assisted in mapping the solicitation l^lana in this community. The wonien will concentrate their , <lrlve Into a period on one week, .starting Monday, Oct. 12, the second week of the country-wide campaign which begins Oct. 5 and ends Oct. 28. The womeh In the Eaat sections <if the city will try to accomplish their entire house-to-house canvass on Monday, Oct. 12, using the rest of the week for "call-backs" and completing their reports. Aa 3500 volunteer solicitors in this division worked on last year's campaign, at least an additional 1600 wlll be needed for the 1954 United Appeal-Red Croaa drive. announces that bread and rolls baked by Berkman's and SchWartz arekosher and may be eaten with meat. The announcement was made by Harry Beckman, president of the VH society. Ask For Fund To Liquidate Camp LONDON (JTA)-A proposal that a 6.000,000 mark fuiid be established from the proceeds pf German re. parationfl payments to world Jew¬ ish organlEatlon for the purpose ot "liquWating" the Jewish DP conrip at Fohrenwald, near Munich, was received here by the Jewish Agency from a committee at the DP camp. The DP'fl ask that the fund be used to finance Immigration to Israel and elsewhere for those who wish to leave Germany and to set up In Germany those camp Inmates who are unable to emigrate. It is estimated that some 60-60 families want to" go to Israel and most of those who'can leave would like to go to South American countries. Center Pre-School Opens September 8 The Jewiah Center Pre-School urges all parenta who have re¬ quested and received application and medical forms for registration of their children to process and return them as soon aa possible. Other parents with eligible children, who may be interested, ahould make Inquiry immediately. The registration roll for each group la not unlimited; preference will 'be given In order of comple¬ tion of the registration process foi. lowing preferential accord to children registered last your. MUS. A. U. S<:HWARTZ, the School's director, noted that the 1953-64 School calendar commences '¦ on Tuesday, Sept. 8, and, aa usual, wlll conform with the number of class days designated by the local boards of education. New activities In programs for the children, a new equipment and nnaterial, new approaches, a completely new type of agenda for the Parents Group, and the announcement of staff and personnel of a Professional Advis¬ ory Council will be announced soon. The initial meeting of the Ad- ministrative Committee of the Pre- School will be at the Center Tues¬ day evening, Aug. 11. AU plans for the new year will be presented. Joseph Zox is chairman of the committee. SGHOtARSHIPS TO 62 NEW YORK. (JTA) - Sixty-two scholarships averaging $200 each have been awarded by the Shapiro Foundation to students in New Vork, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. The foundation has awarded 1,045 scholarships since it was es¬ tablished in 1934 by Benjamin and Max Shapiro, brothers who were textile factors. Finally, the Senate body restored j nearly $20,000,000 which had been i taken from Point Four funds by j the Houae. Thla will mean that Israel will receive the full $1,500,000 requeated by the Administration for this purpoae if the committee action ia finally upheld by the Senate and by the Conference com¬ mittee of the House and the Senate. A SPOKESMAN for the Ameri¬ can Zionist' Council here welcom¬ ed the action df the Senate Appro¬ priations Committee and expressed the hope that It would be sustained on the Senate floor and later In the conference committee. The Senate group also restored half of the $8,500.00 slashed from the U. S. contribution to the United Nations technical assistance pro¬ gram for 1954 and restored the full $4,600,000 pledged for 1963 which had not yet been paid out and which had been rescinded by the House. It also ordered restored $9,000,000 cut from the UN Child- ren's International Fund and the sum of $4,800,000 for 1953" whieh had been rescinded. DR. KAV'li R Dr. Kanter Heads Hebrew School At the annual meeting of the Columbua Hebrew School, the fol¬ lowing officers and membera of the Board of Trustees were elected: Pres., Dr. Max P.. Kanter; vice- presidents, Lou Levin, Sam Brandt. Dave (3alser: sec'y, Frank Nutis; treas., Barney. Ringer. Board of Trustees include: Dr. B. W. Abramson. Albert A. Blank, Rabbl Julius Baker, Harry Beckman, Maurice Bernstein, Mor¬ timer Feigenbaum, Rabbi Jerome D. Folkman. Dr. Marvin Fox, Abraham Gert¬ ner, Harry Gilbert, Arthur Gold¬ berg, Dave Goldsmith, Benjamin Greenberg, Rabbi Leopold Green¬ wald. Mrs. David Hurwitz, Dr. A. H. Kanter. Rabbt Harry Kaplan, Herman Katz, Mrs. Jack Kooperstein, Jacob Krakowltz, Milton Leeman Herman Luckoff, Samuel Luper, Samuel Meizlish, Robert L. Mell¬ man. Samuel M. Melton, Sol Meyers, Mrs. Wm. NuHman. David Ptiinc, <euatlnDCd oa P«Ke 2) Israel to Continue Talks With U. S. JERUSALEM (JTA) . Negotia¬ tions between Israel and the V. S, for a long-term American loan of $75,000,000 to consolidate a number of .short term obligations will con- tinue on a Cabinet level, a spokes¬ man for tho Foreign Ministry stated, commenting on a Washing¬ ton report that the Qtate Depart¬ ment had turned down auch a request. The Israell apokesman said that the loan talks wlll be held simultan¬ eously In Washington and Israel. He explained that In the past under similar circumstances, such alloca¬ tions had been made by the U. S. Government. (In Washington, meanwhile, It was atated that the State Depart¬ ment had notified the Israel Government of the U- S. negative decision. A ruling was made by the Department of State, the Trea¬ sury, the Mutual Security Agency, in cooperation with the U. S. Ex- port-Import Bank to the effect that no American agency has the authority to lend funds for the puf^'poses Israel has In mind.) I MK. (iAISER Local Zionists Elect Gaiser The Zionist District of Columbua held its general election meeting at the Jewiah Center last week. Dr. Bernard Mindlin read the re¬ port of the nominating committee and the meeting voted on the candidates. Mr. Dave Oaiser was elected President of the District. The following vice-presidents were elected: Maurice Chanis, William Glvets, Dr. Max Kanter and Sidney Katz. Mr. Abe Jacobson was elected treaaurer and Fred Levi was elected secretary- After the voting, M»- Gaiser gave an Informative and Inspiring talk about his trip to Israel. He proved himself an observant and Intelligent traveler. Mr. Gaiser came back from his trip to Israel Imbued with the . thought that the Zionist movement la still very necessary to keep the Jewish and the general American Community aware of -the many difficulties and problems facing tho people and government of Israel. MK- (iAISER HAS been a de¬ voted Zionist for many years and played an important part In build¬ ing up the Columbua Dlatrict. He promised to do all he can and called upon the other officers to help him in doing our share to g^ve mora) and financial backing to the State of Israel. The following were elected to the Executive Board: (rontliiu«(l on page 2) JWV AUXnjARY MEMBERSHSr TEA An afternoon membership tea given by the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary will be held Wednesday, Aug. 19, in the garden of Mrs. Harry Cowan, 2248 E. Broad' St-' The affair Is a get-acqualnted tea for the old and new members. For further details, contact Mrs. Charles Young, membership chair¬ man, FA. 6681, or her assistant, Mrs. Maurice Sachs, DO. 5070. TRUCE IN KOREA HAS NO BEARING ON BLOOD DRIVE Blood Is still urgently needed for the following Important reasons: 1. During wartime, one-third of the blood supply waa allocated for tho armed forces In Korea—two- thirds for civilian hospital use. 2. Stockpiling of blood plasma Is atill a "must" in case of military or civilian emergency. 3. Blood is still the only source from which to produce gamma globulin which is used for the pre¬ vention of paralysis in poUo. At present there }s only enough to Innoculate all children from 6 to 12 yeara In epidemic areas only. Tjiie need is still gi^eat. 4. And remember >. . . you and every member of your family are assured blood in case of emergency . . . regardless ot how much . . . or how often. You protect your family when vou 4g\yB blood. So when you're called to give blood on /*B" Day, don't forget theae important facts. Blood is still desperately needed. Call DO. 9Q06 or DO. 6221 ^or an appointment.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-07-31|
|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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