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Central Ohio's Only Jewish Newspaper Reaching Every Home A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME Devoted to American ana Jewiah Ideala Vol. XI —No, .13 COLUMBUS, OHIO, MARCH 30, 1928 Per Year $.3.00; Per Copy lOo Mr. Julius Rosenwald Subscribes $5,000,000 To Big Jewish Cause To Extend Jewish Colonization In Russia Is Object of Fa¬ mous Chicago Philan¬ thropist $10,000,000 TO B]^ RAISED BY NEW ORGANIZATION Russian Government Gives Sat¬ isfactory Assurances of Con¬ tinued Assistance NEW YORK.—Julius Rosenwald, fa¬ mous Ahiericau Jewish iihiianthropist, " has agreed to subscribe $5,000,000 for the continuance and further development - pf the Jewish colonization work in Rus¬ sia.' ¦A fund of $10,000,000 lo secure ,a ¦ long time coniinuancc of the colonization .Work in Crimea araf tlie Ukraine will be raised oiitsidc and in addition td the sufli.'i allotted for* Jewish colonization from, the J25,OOO,0l)0 United Jewish Campaign of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Comtnittee. . . A hew society foi* settling Jews on the land in Russia is how being organized to sponsor the new work. - ¦ These, facts which outline a new chap¬ ter in the rescue work pf Amei-ican Jews TUNE IN ON RABBI TAR¬ SHISH'S BROADCASTING PROGRAM TOMORROW Rabbi Tarshisb ivitt answer radio questions tomorrow (Sun¬ day) instead of delivering his regjilar lecture. . The services every Sunday mornine are broadcast over WAIU, 282.8 meters or 1060 kilocycles, from 10:45 until 12 o'clock. Please write Rabbi Tarshish, care. Bryden Road Temple, as to how yqu, have en¬ joyed tiie'broadcastiiie. An espedally arranged musi¬ cal program will also be broad¬ cast. , ¦ Don't fail to tune in at 10:45 JOHN ROACH STRATON'S CHALLENGE TO DEBATE RABBI NEWMAN IS DECLINED In Open Letter Noted Pulpiteer of San Francisco De¬ nounces New York Baptist Preacher---Dcplores Latter's Misuse of the Bible—Points Out Straton*s Failure To Con¬ vince New Yorkers of His Views, ' SA>I FRANClSCO.—Revercd John Roach Straton, Pastor the First Cal¬ vary Baptist Church of New York City, <luriiif; his recent visit to California, ad¬ dressed a challenge to Rabbi Louis I. Newman, of Temple Emanu-El, San Francisco, to- meet him, in dclxile on the incompatibility of Evolution and Religion. The following is Rabbi Newman's reply: "My Dear Doctor Straton: . "In reply to your letter of February 15th, permit mc to state the reasons why r decline to meet you in public debate. "Eleven to nothing rather than, one Xo one is the true ratio of Pro-Evolution to Anti-Evolution views in the State of California. , In 1927 the so-called Heisingcr Anti-Evolution Bill was defeated by the Committee on Education of the Cali¬ fornia State Legislature by a.vote of 11 to 0, Moreover, you may b(J interested to know that In addition to the President of the Science League Of America, three clergymen ^appeared at the hearing to urge the de£ea.t of the measure. A debate with you would . doubtless imply to you that Pro-Evolution and Anti- Evolution sentiments ih California stand On an equal plane. They do not. ¦ Eleven to nothing is the true ratio, V . - "Your attack on the teaching of science iii the name of religion, and your statement "that Evolution aiid Christianity are incompatible are bringing ridicule and disrepute upon the great religion of which you profess to be a spokesman. You are a preacher of thc Baptist denomination.. I was born in Rhode Island* a commonwealth founiled by. an illustrious Baptist, Roger Williams. I was. a student; for. four years ^t Broivn University, and for four years I sat at the feci of-President Williams H. P. Eauncc, ^Baptist minister-for whom T have the highest reverence. At. chapel services at Brown University 1 first heard Rev. Harry Emerson Fosdick, another' splendid Baptist, preach to -the student body. At Brown University Qiapet I. first heard Prof. Carruth's great poieni: "Each In ftis Own Tdnguc," in which, as you doubtless know, the lines occur: "Some Call It Evolution; Others Call It God." You are preaching at San Jose, a few mile,5afr*om Leland Stanford University, where for rainy years-Prof. Carruth taught his students there was complete concordance between Evolution and re¬ ligion. The people pf California .should know that you are not a genuine rep¬ resentative of the progressive and fbrward7look,iiig inovement in the Baptist denomination of this country.- "Your use of the Bible as a weapon against Evolution and the teaching of science is, doing the cause of the Bible grave injury. As a member ;of the people which gave the Bible to mankind I protest against your misuse and rnis- interpretation of it. The'early chapters of. Genesis constitute, a majestic reh-; gious poem, and arc not to be set up in. antithesis to the evidence of modern science. To affirm, this antithesis is to lead the public astray, to alienate men and women of intelligence from the Bible, and to promote rather tljari to over¬ come unbelief. Your preachment betrays, lack of knowledge not only of modern science, but also lack of acquaintance with the broad domain of Biblical criticism and ignorance' of the Bible in the original Hebrew. V ' "In New York City you have been unable to mobilize piiblic sentiment against the. teachitiB of' evolution, and science. Yqih". spee,ches in. California will make just as little: impression. upon our free and liberable commonwealth. .- "I call upon you, to, refrain from affirming .inaccurate contradictions between science and religion in the name of the Bible. Ybu are injuring your own de¬ nomination and the great religion of Christianity. You are bringing contempt upon tlieBible. You are conducting a propaganda, of ighorance, prejudice and hate. "I decline to lend myself to any effort to give weight to. your, opinions before tlie people of California:" COME TO TEMPLE SUPPER TOMORROW EVENING On Sunday evening, April Ist, tbe Sis¬ terhood of the Hryden Road Teniplc will hold its last .^iiijijjcr of thc season, . .\ deltcidu.'i meal will .be served aftei- which a Musical. Hoil^c Pod^e called thc "Melting Pot" will be given. Tilt; cast, is nKidc up of tlic following ladies:. Miss Sclma Zeiger, Mrs. .^bc VV^cinfeld, Miss I.sahcl Luric, Mr.s. Rob¬ ert Lazarus, Mrs. Allen Qundcrshcimcr, Mrs. Jacob Tarshish, MrSi Louis Harris. Mrs.; Alex Lcviii, Mrs.; Harry Fro.sh. Mrs. Ilarry Kohn. Mrs. J. Segal Resler. Mrs, Robert Levy, Mrs.' Al. Harmon, and the Misses Philis, Harmoh arid Lois Gumlershcinler, Come to the Bryden K<ia<l Tcniple and spend a pleasant, evening. Palestine Crisis Disappearing^ Jewish Agency Near, Weizmann Declares Upon His Arrival In New York Last Week Big Ovation Accorded T. I. Vaudeville Show Last Sunday Evening Over 500 Witnessed Meritorious Performance in Which A Large Cast Participated PROCEEDS GO TO BUILDING FUND OF THE TEMPLE in behal f of the jfews, in Russia were disclosed by, James N.: Rosenberg, - well known New York attorney, vice-chaiir- ' man of the Joint Distribution Committee and chairman of the American Jewish Joint Agricultural Corporation in reply to an inquiry of the Jewish Daily Bul¬ letin yesterday. The details of this new society which is being formed with the pairticipation of prominent American Jews who are active in the Joint Distribution. Commit- . tee work;will he announced, shortly, Mr. Rosenberg stated. ' This much is known —there, will be ho public campaign for the additional $5,000,000, it being expected that the example set by Mr..Rosenwald will be followed ¦ by many substantial subscriptions, *, "The Russian government, which has cooperafetl effectively throughout the work of the American Jewish Joint Ag¬ ricultural Corporation, through .the aid of which 100,000 Jews have settled on up¬ wards of one million ilicres of land within the past four years, thus,becoming self- .snppbVting farmers, has given satisfac¬ tory assurances of continued and in¬ creased assistance," Mr. Rosenberg stated. \ The work which Will be undertaken with thc new $10,000,000 fund is to fol¬ low Hpoii the completion hi Russia of the present program of the Joint Dis¬ tribution Gommittee and of the Ameri¬ can Jewish Joint Agricultural Corpora¬ tion. , "The plan now under way is not to be confused with the recent 'discu.s- sions as lo Jewi.sh land settlement in Si¬ beria." Mr. Rosenberg explained. Dr. Joseph Rosen, who headed the work of the Agrojoint in Russia, will be in charge of the new work to be un¬ dertaken. The plau has the enthusiastic support of leading American Jews. ¦¦ In conmienling upon, Mr. Rosenwald's sub.^cription, which constitutes the larg¬ est single cpntribution of duy Jewish philanthropist to Jewish relief work, Mr. Rosi^nberg declared: "Mr. Rosenwald, wtio has already contributed largely, makes, this new and truly splendid con¬ tribution conditioned on another $-5,000,000 being raised, so as to make a total of >10;000,QOO for a long time continuance of this work in the CVimea and the Ukraine." As this issue went to press Mr. Rnsen- wald could not be reached. At his of¬ fice hi Chicago it was declared that he is now in Palm fJeacb. Florida, CXW. Meeting Will Take Place Next Tuesday at Bryden Road Temple The next regular meeting of the Co¬ lumbiis Section, National Council oi Jewish Women will. he held Tuesday, AprilSrd, at 2 p. m,, in the vestry room of the Bryden Road Teniple. The Junior Council, has charge of the program, and they arc planning a worthwhile enter¬ tainment.. Three members of the Junior Council, Miss Maxine Cohen, Miss Helen Smith, and Miss Emily Goldstein will present a one-act play> "When the Whirl¬ wind, Blows," by Essex Dane. The productton is being coached by Mrs. Louis M. Harris. Mrs. Howard G, Goodman is Senior advisor foi- the Juniors. A' report of the nominating committee will he submitted at this meeting. MANY MOURN THE DEATH OF MISS SYLVIA WOLMAN The death of Miss Sylvia Wolman, after an illiicss of three months is bcini? moiirned by many friends and relatives in CoUimbus. Mijs Wolman came to thfs country from Poland about five years ago,* and resided in this city with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Betrjamin WolniUn, 680 Parsons avenue. She was 2*1 years of age .and is survived by her phrents, three brothers, and tliree sjistcrs. Robert, Walter, jean and Clara of Co¬ lumbus,,aiid.Meyer and Anna of Poland. Funeral services took place at her re¬ cent residence Monday afternoon, With Rabbi Isaac Werne and Cantor Ansel Frceiiian, officiating. Intermeiit was made in the Jewish Cemetery under the direction of the O'Shaughnessy Co. ,The family,of the deceased take this means of thanking all those who sym¬ pathized with them during the illness of Miss Wolman and upon the occasion of her demise, PREPARATIONS IN FULL SWING FOR JUNIOR SISTERHOOD DANCE engaged together with several entertain¬ ment features. .Among those who are cooperating to make;lhe affair a success are the follow¬ ing: Helen Rubin,. social chairman; Fannye .Young, chairman of. ways and means committee; Helen Palestrant,,Eve Baker, invitation committee; Aniiette Topper, refreshment committee; and Anne Cohen and Frances Schreiber, or¬ chestra committee. MISS MARGUERITE LOOS TO ADDRESS Y;W. H. A. On Thursday evening, March 2!)tli at 8 p. vn., Miss Marguerite Loos, employ¬ ment 'director,of the Union Co., ivill ad¬ dress the, Y.. W. H. A. at the Sclionthal Home, East Rich,street; , Her subject for the evening will be Clpthcs and Personality," Miss Loos is a member of the Altrusa Clnb and one of the speakers in A 'series of talks.sponsored by that club. All young women interested are in¬ vited to aitcnd this interesting meeting. Clothes to suit each individual type of girl will be discussed. Accortling to .Annette Topper, president of the Junior Sisterhood of the Tifereth Israel Coiigre','ation, preparations are in full swing for the danee to he given at ia.")-( East Jlruad Streel, Saturday, April iilst, .\ splcudid orchestra has been "THE TWO GOYIM" WILL BE PRESENTED TOMOR¬ ROW EVENING AT THE COMMUNITY HOUSE Over 200 tickets hiive already been sold for the one-act com¬ edy "The Two Coyim" whicli ' will be presented at the Hermine Schonthal Community ilouse by the V. W. nnd Y. M. H. A. to¬ morrow (Sunday) evening. This play has met with a great deal of success in all the larse East¬ ern cities. It was written by . the versatile and brilliant play¬ wright, Samuel Grossman. The cast of the "IVo Coylni" is as follows: Joe Herman, Mor¬ ris I'nrkbv, Harry Schiller, Sam¬ uel Levinstein, Lucille Rosen¬ berg, Rose Levin and Fannie Lubitsch. i- TicIietB ore on sale at the Hermine Schonthal Community House. This is the Hirst of a series of plays to be presented by this group under the direc¬ tion of Miss Goldie Bitnowttz. A Glorious New Era of Intensive Upbuildin^i Work Seen by Famous Zionist Leader; Scores Administration Critics Who Hamper Work; Warburg Calls to Welcome Weizmann;, Chieftain Says Zionism In Europe Being Strengthened 'PALESTINE WILL CONTINUE TO INVOLVE US IN HARDSHIPS AND SACRIFIES," HE ASSERTS All the acts presented in the Tifereth Israel vaudeville show at the'East Broad Street Tem[)le last Sunday evening went over big, and the. Sisterhood is being rongratuiated pi all: sides for sponsoring such an excellent production.. ¦. iOvcr ,'iUt> people from every section of the city witnessed the show, commenting niost favorably on the meritorious man- ne.r iii which it was presented, ..From act I ^in which Rose Zapolan-and Martin Ronianoff were the chief figures to act 8 in' which;a larger aggregation took part, the show was a complete success. President Leon Nason was delighted aiid expressed, himself in no uncertain terins.. He said, "1 looked forward toa plca.s'ant evening, but in my 'wildest dreams and imaginings I did riot expect such an extraordinary entertainment." Mr. M. L, Bayer, the' vice president of the .Tifereth Israel Congregation,' was particularly gratified with act 2, in which Bjlijaniin F. Levinson arid Bertha Levin Were the stars. .'"I kiiow that I got more than my money's worth," lie declared, at the end of the. evemng. - The mighty Jack. L'. Feiner was head, over heels in laughter .during the'cntirt. course of thie program., He liked par¬ ticularly act 3, in which Mr. and Mrs. koberf Benjamii) were ¦ the principals.' "IhopS. that the ladies of thc Sisterhood will, soon get: together and plan for,ari-^ other, evening of this nature," he said to several officers of the Congregation. biie.to the lack of space it is. impossi¬ ble to make detailed criticisms of every one of the 8 acts presented last.Sunday evening. Suffice it^ to, say that the direc¬ tor, Mi.ss Ruth Helen Frank, her as¬ sistant. Miss Sylvia Bogatin, the pianist. Miss. Sylvia Philipson, arid the director of miake-up.Miss Pearl Staub* have thc entire.membership of Tifereth Israel in¬ debted to them as well as to all the par¬ ticipants in the big show; for the work of.all of them was exceptionally fine and merited the laudation and acclaim which greeted it. ' FoUowii^S is the complete program presented: The Posters, Saralyn S-biff and El- jleanor Phillipson. , ¦ , - ' Act I—We're Glad To Meet You (Continued .on p^ffc 6) . . ' Hadassah's 16th Birthday Was Fittingly Celebrated Last Monday Evening Max Dworkin, Rabbi S. RivHn and Dr. B. W. Abranison Delivered Stiort Talks A joint meeting of the Senior and Ju¬ nior Hadassah was held Monday eve¬ ning, March 2Cth, at the East Biroad Street Temple, ,in celebration of .the six¬ teenth birthday of the national Hadas¬ sah organization. The Juniors reported >hat the bazaar held March 20ih netted approxim.itely $25(1.00. The Seniors gave a report of tlie linen shower held Feb. 26th whicll ncttc<l 571 pieces of linen and.$2aD.0O in cash, It was decide<| to hokl a card party early in May, the final details to be de^. cided later.. The prograhi consiisted of musical solos by Miss Lulu Gavette and Miss Estelle Fisher. Short talks were given by Mr. Max Dworkin, president of the Zionist organ¬ ization. Rabbi S. Riviin, and Dr. B. W Abranison. , The lighting of the sixteen caudles on thc Senior birthday cake wa$ performed hy the Hadassah Buds. Miss Jessie Baker lighted the two candles on the Junior cake. . Refreslunents were served by the hos¬ pitality committee in charge of Mrs Bert Wolman, NEW YORK.—The economic crisis | in Palestine is disappearing and the.Jew¬ ish upbuilding viioi-k in the country is on the eve of a new, period of activity. The day, when the Jewish \ Agency, which is to unite Zionists and non-Zion- ists in the Palestine upbuilding work, will be created is not distant. .\merican Jews are beginning'to lose the leadership tbey held in the past dec¬ ade in providing thc financial means for the Palestine- work through the Zionist itmd raising institutions, since contribu¬ tions to the Palestine funds in European countries aiid in South Africa arc in¬ creasing, making the contribution of American Jews smaller in proportion. ¦ With the.^e. statements Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the World Zioiir' ist Organization, arrived in New York on his fifth Visit to the Urihed States! Shortly after his arrival, Felix M. -Warhurg, chairman of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and one. of the Anierican Commissioners, of the Jewish Agency Survey Commission, called at the Hotel Coriimodore to wel¬ come the Zionist leader. Special. Interview ¦In a special. interview with the , rep¬ resentative of the "Jewish, Daily Bulle¬ tin,'' pr. Weizmann said that .in addition to stimulating activities-of the Palestine fund-raising agency he intended to con¬ clude .final negotiations for the Jewish Agency. He reported that practically all the investigators who were j?ent lo Palestine, by; the Survey Commission have cortipleted their research work and that their reports arc in. While he is in this -Country, Dr.AVeizmann'will ar¬ range for a meeting of the Agency Coni- niissiqners which include Sir Alfred Mond,, Felix Warburg, Lee K. Frankel and Dr. .Oscar Wassermann. Dr. Weizmann was! emphatic in de- clariiig that the' Jewish Agency nego¬ tiations Were being carried to their con¬ clusion. ."The Jewish Agency is a fact, and nothing has occurred since the Sur¬ vey Comhiission was decided upon to alter the plajis for. the Agency. During my visit here the Agency' will be es¬ tablished, according to present, arrange¬ ments." .' ,¦ , ¦No Reason Commenting upon the continued, talk of a crisis , iri Palestine, Dr. Weizmann stated that there was no reason to speak of Such a condition atthe present time. "According to the latest reports ^vhich I have received from the Homeland, the sitriation is steadily improving.. If only we would, have carried on our, part of the budget, there would have been no sign of stringency whatever in Palestine. With $oO,000 a month more from the United States, the difficult conditions would have been entirely liquidated." Dr. Weizmann stated that the Zion¬ ists of Europe arc taking an increasingly active part in the rebuilding of the Homeland, particularly from a financial' poiiit of view. "Amenca is not doing its share," DrI Weizmann declared. '-The varioius countries ^ of Europe hayC done nibre. proportionately, for Palestine'than thi- United Slates.. Is Bcfn^ Strengthened "Zionism.'in Europe is being' strerigth- enedi The first indication of that rc- newwl vigor, is the substantial increase in the receipts of the Keren Hayesod in England.. Poland, Roumania, and, other countries. .The most important growth in. Zionist sentiment ,is* taking place in ' South Africa, however, where the fe- , ccipts of the Keren Hayesod have av¬ eraged one pound per..person. Sixty, ARRANGEMENTS COM¬ PLETED FOR BIG "SE¬ DER SERVICES" AT THfe PROGRESS CLUB Rabbi Jacob/Tarshish has juBt announced that all arrange¬ ments fpr the big "Seder, Serv¬ ice" of the Bryden Road Terii: pie which will he held at the I'rogress Club, Thuraday eve¬ ning, April 5th, ai'e now com¬ pleted. There ib still rboni for more reservations. Tickets are $l;!iO per plate^ and may be ob¬ tained from Mrs. Russel Jbseph, Mrs. WiHiam A. Hersch, or from the Rabbi's secretary,at Temple " Israel. ..'¦¦' thousand pounds is reported from 'a territory- with a Jewish population of sixty thousand. ; , "Naturally, however| the largest ¦ amount of support for the upbuilding 6i Palestine must come from the United States, because that country has the largest Jewish population, economically speaking. Upon the Jews of .America, at the present time,, depends_th^ rate of Palesiinv's progress." Unfortunately^, however, American Jews have not done everything, that was expected of them."" The Oppositional Squabbles Answering the, question for his opinr ion on the oppositional squabbles of cer¬ tain elements.in the Zionist Organization, Dr. Weizmann stated:; 'Tt was thought that after the Zionist Congress work for the upbuilding of Palestine woiild take on hew impetus in the United States, because, the program presented by,the American delegation at Basle vtras lalrgely accepted. It was on that basis, fur¬ thermore, :, that the executive made its plans, i now understand that there has , been some criticism'.of the adrninistra- tion in this country. I.shall make it a , (.Contimtcd ou page 6) ' ¦ Study Group of C J. W. Will Meet April Sixth at the Progress Club The, Study Group of the Columbus Section, National Council of,. Jewish Women, will hold its final meeting of the year April C at the Winding Hollow. City Club, where a one o'clock luncheon will be followed by short reports upon current literature by the following mem¬ bers; "Black Majesty," Mrs. Louis J. Roth; "Coquette," Mrs. Al H. Harmon; "The Island Within," Mrs. Leo H. Fleischer; "A Good Woman/' Mrs, Louis M.. Harris,/Mrs. Lee J. Levinger, direc¬ tor of the group, will give a report on the new life of Isa<lora Duncan and lead the afternoon's discussion. Members who wish to' reserve a luncheon for themselves and guests may call up Mrs. Arthur Isaac, 17it-l Franklin Avenue. This Study Group has been one of the most successful iindertakings sponsored by the. Educational Committee of the Council, of which Mrs. Isaac is chair¬ man. , Meeting every two weeks tlie members have studied various types of biography, fiction and drama. It has been a study grotip in every sense of the word, as each session has been devoted i:'t only »o a book review, iu'the con- vciitiohal sense, but hIsd an inquiry into the life of the author, the background and various cultural aspects of the work reviewed. "What Hot I'^t's Go! Tath« temple supper at the Bryden Road Temple on Sundayy April lat." ¦ SISTERHOOD SABBATH WAS HELD LAST NIGHT AT BRYDEN RD. TEMPLE On Friday evening, March 30th at 8 p; m. the Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood_ celebrated its Sisterhood Sabbath Night.' Mrs. Albert Luchs read the service; Airs. .\.:W. Loeb introduceii the. speaker of the evening; Mrs, Philip Dryfus, of Cincin-! nati, who brought the congregation a message of importance; and Mrs. Russell.. Joseph gave the closing prayer. A violin solo was given by Miss Borneman and vocal selections by Mr, Cecil Fanning. The niembers of the board of the R6se E. Lazarus Sisterhood acted as ushers, PROMINENT HEBREW PUB¬ LICIST WILL SPEAK AT BROAD STREET TEMPLE The local Zionist District ¦announces a big mass meeting on Monday evening, April 23, at the East Broad Street Tem¬ ple. ¦ The speaker for ,'the occasion will be Ittamar Ben Avi, one of the foremost Hebrew publicists in the world. A native of Palestine, he received his early education in the Holy Land and later in the universities of Paris and Berlin. He is al the present time, edi¬ tor of the-Doar Hayoam, the Hebrew daily paper ot Jerusalem, and is also the editor of the Palestine Weekly, an English paper. He has been addressing large gather- higs in the leading cities of the United States, ev^ywhere evoking the respect of all his auditors. Further details .regarding Mr. Bei) Avi and the mass nieeting will be pub¬ lished in forthcoming issues of the Chronicle, '
|Title||Ohio Jewish chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1928-03-30|
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|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1928-03-30, page 01|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
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,i3Mfr'jifi»i ' 'J^
Central Ohio's Only
Reaching Every Home
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME
Devoted to American
Vol. XI —No, .13
COLUMBUS, OHIO, MARCH 30, 1928
Per Year $.3.00; Per Copy lOo
Mr. Julius Rosenwald Subscribes $5,000,000 To Big Jewish Cause
To Extend Jewish Colonization In Russia Is Object of Fa¬ mous Chicago Philan¬ thropist
$10,000,000 TO B]^ RAISED BY NEW ORGANIZATION
Russian Government Gives Sat¬ isfactory Assurances of Con¬ tinued Assistance
NEW YORK.—Julius Rosenwald, fa¬ mous Ahiericau Jewish iihiianthropist,
" has agreed to subscribe $5,000,000 for the continuance and further development
- pf the Jewish colonization work in Rus¬ sia.' ¦A fund of $10,000,000 lo secure ,a
¦ long time coniinuancc of the colonization .Work in Crimea araf tlie Ukraine will be raised oiitsidc and in addition td the sufli.'i allotted for* Jewish colonization from, the J25,OOO,0l)0 United Jewish Campaign of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Comtnittee. .
. A hew society foi* settling Jews on the land in Russia is how being organized to sponsor the new work. - ¦ These, facts which outline a new chap¬ ter in the rescue work pf Amei-ican Jews
TUNE IN ON RABBI TAR¬ SHISH'S BROADCASTING PROGRAM TOMORROW
Rabbi Tarshisb ivitt answer radio questions tomorrow (Sun¬ day) instead of delivering his regjilar lecture.
. The services every Sunday mornine are broadcast over WAIU, 282.8 meters or 1060 kilocycles, from 10:45 until 12 o'clock. Please write Rabbi Tarshish, care. Bryden Road Temple, as to how yqu, have en¬ joyed tiie'broadcastiiie.
An espedally arranged musi¬ cal program will also be broad¬ cast. , ¦
Don't fail to tune in at 10:45
JOHN ROACH STRATON'S CHALLENGE TO DEBATE RABBI NEWMAN IS DECLINED
In Open Letter Noted Pulpiteer of San Francisco De¬ nounces New York Baptist Preacher---Dcplores Latter's Misuse of the Bible—Points Out Straton*s Failure To Con¬ vince New Yorkers of His Views, '
SA>I FRANClSCO.—Revercd John Roach Straton, Pastor the First Cal¬ vary Baptist Church of New York City, |