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'I. '*.f .... ¦ **. .•.*S^--V*i;\:^!'^.- -f'-^'-fi--^ .V/..iv;> ¦;';.; ,,*,. Central Ohio's Only Jewish Newspaper Reaching Every Home ®tf^ (§\\m ^tmxB\^ (Hhimnith Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME VOL. XV—No. 68 COLUMHUS, OltlO, APKIL 15, 19J2 I'cr Yciif $3.<x); Per Copy loc By the Way By David Schwartz Hadassah to Hold Regular Meeting at Neil House Monday, April 25 Lnto but Early Tliey tell it of a well known Jewish Speaker, who, like liis Honor, the Mayor of New York, has a reputation for bc- . ing late at functions. ' Well, it appears that this orator came tronping in the other' day to sonic Jewish function at il o'clock when the event had been scheduled for 8-.30. "You arc half an hour late," remon¬ strated the toastmaster. "No, I am a half hour early," replied the orator, "You gccj I always come an hour after the hcKinnins* and here I am, only a half an hour after the hegiuiiing, so I am half an hoiir early." When Goldmann pined Recently» the Rev. Dr. Samuel Sclnil- man, rabbi of the great Reform Temple, Emanu-El, invited Dr. Nahum Gold¬ mann, 'the well known German Jewish ; scholar, .who is editor of the new Jewish J^ncyclopedia of Germany. That is, Rabbi Schulman invited Dr. Goldmann for din-- ner Friday evening. - When Dr. Goldmann arrived, the rabbi was a Httle perplexed, it is said. After all, he is a Reform rabbi and perhaps his meals were not sufficiently kosher for his guest. Rabbi. Schulman delicately stated the situation. "Oh, I am sure," replied Dr. Gold- maim, "that 1 need have no adigious gualms about eating anything in the home of a rabhi,". said Dr. Goldmann. Devil Quoting Scripture And that reminds me of a story told about a well known Jewish writer, who was once found eating pork in sonic res- . taurant. His fellow Jew who came upon him in the process, expressed amazement. "How can you, of all men, be doing this?" asked the friend. "Don't get excited," replied the writer. "It says ih the Tot-ah," one should eat pork." "What do you mean, it says in the Torah, you should eat pork?" returned the other. "Well, isn't the word for hog in the Torah, 'cs-Cha:^ir' ? "said the writer (a pun on the Hebrew particle "es"). ¦ Dr. Coralnik and Hitler Nbw, this matter of kosher' and non- kosher is very important. Here, for in¬ stance. Dr. Coralnik. one of the most brilliant of the Yiddish'journalists, has been relating that when he, as a young ..man, was a student at the Uniyersity in, Vienna, the sister 6f Hitler worked as a waitress in a kosher dining room con¬ nected with-the school. When I heard that, a lot of things be¬ came plain to me. For I am not one of those people who believe that great or rather imp'ortant developments always spring from great causes. Who knows but Hitler may have come into the kosher kitchen in „ which his sister wbrked, and tried one of the Jewish dishes, and maybe the dish of fish had too many bones, and Hitler' choked, and he there and then determined to have re¬ venge on the Jews. Or maybe they re¬ fused to give him credit at the Kosher restaurant? Big Out of Little For, I repeat, one of the greatest fa¬ cilities is the belief that significant de- ' velopments spring from significant causes. Causes are almost always trivial. What was there in the face of Helen for instance? Probably nothing but the kind of features that you and I could find walking down Main Street any dayi when it doesn't rain. Yet that face, we are told, launched 10,000 ships. All right, say it was only D.OOO. Or what is thei-e so significant, about a mo.sqiiito? . Passing him by you would not even stop to speak to him. Yet con¬ sider how many communities he has deci¬ mated with the malaria which he breeds. And so, I say, who knows but in that very restaurant that Dr, Coralnik refers to—the menace of Hitlerism was born. A Waiter's Story And talking still about restaurants, have I ever told the one that Jacob de Haas tells? One day, Goldstein sitting in a res¬ taurant, didn't at all like the steak, He called the waiter'. "Why, this steak," he exclaimed, "is hard as iron. How does he expect me to get it down my throat? Say, do me a favor, take back the steak to the chef and tell him to stick if down his own throat." Whereupon the waiter took away the steak and departed; . . In a few minutes, the waiter was back. "Mr. Goldstein," he said, "the chef says he's sorry, but he can't stick it down his throat. He's got two orders ahead, a dish of fish, and a dish of plum pudding." Old but Young Gertt-ude Atherton, yon remember, a few years ago, wrote that novel about what would happen, when science really succeeded in finding a means for human rejuvenation. Well, now, it seems, by the auto-biog¬ raphy which Mrs. Atherton has just written, that the book was a little bit auto-biographical. Mrs. Atherton, pre¬ vious to its writing, had. actually had one of those reiuveivdtion operations by Dr. Harry Benjamin, the American exponent of the Steinach method. And, according to Mrs. Atherton, after the operation, she felt so spry that the words of her book came out of her Hke a geyser. From what 1 have heard, however, the general scientific attitude is not very fa¬ vorable to these operations. Then and Now But some day, mankind will probably succeed at this. It will find a means to make the old feel young and then what chance will the young people have? For the old will have his ripened ex- perlqice, his longii years of acquired (Continued on page 4) On account of the Passover holidays, the regular meeting of H.idassah will be held at the Neil House, Monday after¬ noon, April 2Gth. Mrs: Herinan Lievcr¬ man, 1025 Lockbourne Road, will pre¬ side. The opening prayer will be given by Mrs. Amon Thall, 81!)' S. Cassingham Road. The month of April has been desig¬ nated by National Hadassah as Health Welfare month. Mrs. Harry Gilbert, Mrs; Robert Mellman, and Mrs. A. SchifF have spoiisored several activities in order to reach the local chapter's quota for this project which includes: Pre-natal and post-natal care for moth¬ ers, infant care, pre-school care, anti¬ tuberculosis care, anti-trachoma follow- up, visiting nursing service; teaching prospective mothers (a), proper nutrition, (b) to niake and use proper clothing, (c) hygienic care of home. Through this work Palestine, has the en\;iable record of the lowest maternity death rate in the world. In keeping with the National program for April, Mrs. Morris Goldberg, 1310 Bryden Road, inember of the local program committee of which Mrs. B. W. Abramson is chair¬ man, has engaged Miss Helen Smith, di¬ rector bf the Nursery School of Ohio State University, to speak at the meeting ¦Monday, April 25th. The subject of her address will be, "Understanding Your Children.". Miss Smith, who Has re¬ ceived a two year scholarship from the Rockefeller Foundation, attended the Universities of Minnesota^ Cincinnati and Columbia. She is the author of the pamphlet, "Discussion for the Prc- School\ Study Group." Misg Minna Volk will render several vocal selections following MJss Smith's address. She will' be accompanied on the piano-bjf Miss Toby Friedman. Mrs. Morris Goldberg, chairman of the nominating committee has submitted sev¬ eral names of members, six of whom will be elected at this time, as'Board members. ' Dues are payable now, and inasmuch as the Columbus Chapter is anxious to for¬ ward a complete paid up membership to National headquarters, all memhers are asked to pay their dues promptly. A rummage sale is being planned for the week of May 2nd. If you phone either Mrs. J. K. Bornstein, chairman, FA. 8882; Mrs. J. Friedman, vice-chair¬ man, EV. 6730; or. Mrs. H. Lieverman, president, FA. 2033, your package will be collected. Please remember, the next regular meeting will be held at the Neil House, Monday afternoon, April 25th, at 2 p. m. JEWISH INFANTS* HOME THANKS CONTRIBUTORS Contributions were received hy the home from the following: Sunshine Club of Temple Israel, Mrs. S. Loeb, chairman, a Purim donation; Mr. Leo J. Marks iu memory of Dave May of Cincinnati; Mr, and Mrs. Joe Linx of Los Angeles in memory of Mrs. S. Pitzclli of Lorain, Oiiio; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Linx in memory of Mrs. Aaron Sable of Philadelphia; Mr, and Mrs. Walter T. Fraiic, Mrs. Julius Marks and Mr. Leo Marks in memory of Mrs. Jennie Marks of Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs, Walter T. Franc, Billy and Bobby Glick, Mrs. Julius Marks, Mr. Leo J. Marks, in memory of Tod Kaufman of Detroit; Mr. and,Mrs. Joseph Basch in memory of Mr. Max Wolf of Cincin¬ nati. The officers and Board of Directors of the home take this nieans of thanking the above contributors. Visitors are always welcome at the home. ISSUES CALL FOB SPECIAL PRE-PASSOVLR CAMPAIGN "WHY MARRIAGES FAIL" IS SUBJECT OF TARSHISH BROADCAST SUNDAY This Sunday morning, April nth, at 11 o'clock, from the pul¬ pit of the Bryden Road Temple, Ralihi Tarshish will speak On "Why Marriages Fail." Tliia discourse should appeal to hoth young nnd old of the radio audi¬ ence, especially now during these trying times. The usher for the morning service is Harry Maybrook. The Sunday morning broadcast comes over WAIU station, 4fiB.5 meters or fiiO kilocycles. Dr. Stephen S. Wise Makes Stirring Plea for Jewish Self- Respect at Hillel Banquet in Deshler- Wallick Hotel Distinguished New Yorit Rabbi Electrifies Audience by Hia Brilliant Portrayal of the World Situation of Jewry Today; Describes the Persecutions and Humiliations of Our Co-Religionists Abroad and in the U. S. WAS INTRODUCED BY DR. ELIJAH J. GORDON AS THE OUTSTANDING MEMBER OF OUR FAITH IN AMERICA ^m^ ^mt-f%. ^^ '' \ ¦"* *X ' '' "jl -.,*A » -* 5'^ ^^.*^^ " * wM>^i m^^^-'¦'''"' ^^^j>V. ''\."''ir%' ^^^SiL^'ii 4* ••.J v,» >l if ;r,As "^Ma. '^^a Temple Sisterhood Takes Over Hartman for "The Devil Passes" Opening Night The Rose E, Lazarus Sisterhood will take over the Hartman Theater on the opening liight only of "The Devil Passes," by Benn'Levy, when it comes to Columbus direct from the Selwyn Theater, New York City, and with the original New York cast, for a three day's engagement beginning on Monday, April 25th. The Sisterhood will only be, given credit for those tickets reserved through them. It is hoped that all Chronicle •readers will co-operate with the Sister¬ hood and make their reservations now by calling either Mrs. Joseph Basch, .\D. 3428,'or Mrs. LeRoy Morris, FA. 181)1, or FA. 8335. Prices: Orchestra, $2.00; Balcony, $2.00, $1.50 and Jl.OO. Rabbi Leopold Greenv^ald Announces Sermons \ior Passover Holidays \ The Shaboth Hagodol lecture by VRabbi Leopold Greenwald of the Beth Jacob Congregation will be delivered Saturday evening, April 16th, at 5 p. m. It vill deal with the dispersion of the Jews in the Diaspora. A discussion wilt follow this lecture. The Slum will take place on Wednes¬ day morrting, April SOth, at 7 K^V--^^^ The Rabbi's sermons for the first two" Passover holidays will be "TheVFour Sons," at 10 A. M, Thursday, April^lst, and "The Narrative of the Exodus" "at. 10 A. M., Friday, April 22nd, The pub-" lie, is cordially invited to attewl these lectures. Children services will be held on April 2lst and 22nd, at 9 A. M, Mr. Joe Shus¬ tick will be In charge. Mr. Wm. Cohen, president of the Coii- gregation, will present the children of the Synagogue with Hagodas on Wed¬ nesday evening, April 20th, at 7:30 p, m. Luuib Lipbk> In an effort to secure some immediate funds which can be transmitted to Pales¬ tine before Pas§pver, April 21, Louis Lipsky, National chairman of the Ameri¬ can Palestine Campaign, has addressed a letter to the chairmen of local committees throughout the United States, asking for their prompt cooperation. In his letter Mr, Lipsky says, "Pass¬ over begins on April Slst and will be celebrated throughout the world. It must bring to the mind of every loyal Jew sacred memories of the land in. which the Jewish people made, their greatest con¬ tribution to tbe civilization of the world. "Thousands of Jewish men and women have gone to Palestine to create a new life for themselves and to rebuild the ancient glory of the Jewish people. They deserve the support and encouragement of all who recognize the tremendous spir¬ itual enrichment the reconstruction of the Jewish National Home in Palestine can bring to ua. , "By sharing in this enterprise, Ameri¬ can Jews celebrate in a real sense the significance df Passover; they provide new life and hope to thousands of Jews and give new courage to the entire Jew¬ ish people by contributing to the Ameri¬ can Palestine Campaign, the fund-raising ihstrnment of the Jewish Agency for Palestine.' Their gifts will be a token of their participation in the greatest Jew¬ ish reconstruction program of which we know." The slogan of the drive will be: "Let a Contribution Be Your Passover Greet ing to Palestine." Cities which are now in the process of conducting drives for Palestine are being asked to remit their collections immediately, to be included in cabled remittances to Palestine. Individ¬ ua! Jews art being asked to give a con¬ tribution as an expression of encourage¬ ment to the Jewish pioneers in Palestine. Louis Lipsky will be in Columbus the early part of May and wilt address a large mass meeting composed of various Jewish organizations of this city. Plans are now being formulated for this big event. Further* details will appear forthcoining issues, of the Chronicle. Jews Relieved as Hindenburg Gets Over 6,000,000 Votes More Than Hitler Expect Renewal of Anti-Semitic Cam¬ paigns; Await Energetic Gov¬ ernment Action BERLIN, April n.—There is a feel¬ ing of relief tfxlay among Jews through¬ out Germany as a result of yesterday's rim-olT elections in which President Paul von ilmdtrhurg was reelected by a vote ot P) I »'Hj1J gaining a majority of more than bix million over the next candidate, Adolph Hitler who received but 1^,417,- lliO \utcb J<- isb leaders believe that the Hit¬ lerite wdl now resume their active anti- Jtui h campaign hut at the same time arc h:)iieful tint the government will no longt r hesitate to take stringent meas- urea to curb these activities. It is gen- trallj beheved that ah effort will be made to itotrct the Nazi storm brigades and pcrh ips to suppress them altogether. In locil Jewish eircles, yesterday's vote It) ti^Lii as an indication that Hitler will probiblv experience great difficulty iti orf,ain/ing any sort of a coahtion no mittcr what the results of the elections un April itth .should be. Great surprise has been created by the rt\elation today that former Kaiser Wil¬ helm has contributed more than a half million marks in cash toward the elec¬ tion Lampaign of Hitlep. This revelation IS nnde by the radical publication, "Welt k 1 itcth which rctutC3 at the same tune tliat the international magnate. Sir Henry Dcterding, allegedly promised Hitler one million pounds for a com¬ plete monopoly of Germany's oil re¬ sources in the event of his coming iiito power. FRANKFORT, April 11; — Hitler Stoirm Troopers organized a demonstra¬ tion outside the Jewish hospital in Sal- burg Alice last night. Crying: "Do ndt let the Jews sleep" and "Judaea Perish," they succeeded in creating a panic among the patients. Police enforcements succeeded in dis¬ persing the demoiistrants." hut were un¬ able to allay the fright of the patients. Aqudath Achiin Brotherhood To Sponsor Card Party at Excelsior Club April 28 The Brotherhood of the Agudath Achim Congregation will sponsor a card party on Thursday evening, April 28th, at 8 p. m. at the Excelsior Club, Rich Street and Parsons Avenue. Reserva¬ tions at 2Lic each can be made by call¬ ing Mr. Louis Gertner, FAirfax 1214. There will he refreshments and prizes. One of the most inspiring meetings held in this community in many nionths took place at the Deshler-Wallick Hotel, ¦Sunday evening, April lOtli, under the auspices of the Advisory Board ol the B'nai B'rith Hillcl Foundation of Ohio State University. The chief speaker of the evening was Rabbi Stephen Samuel Wise of New York City, spiritual leader of the Free Synagogue and president of the Jewish Institute of Religion. He was introduced by Dr, I^llijah J. Gordon, head of the Medical Department at Ohio Slate Uni¬ versity Medical Scliool and chairman of the Hillcl Advisory Board of O. S. U. Dr, Gordon asserted his conviction that the guest of honor was the outstanding champion of Jewish rights in American Jewry and ranked him with the greatest leaders of our people df the present day. Masterful Address Dr. iWise dwelt in his niasterful ad¬ dress on the condition of Jews and Juda¬ ism in all the. lands of the Diaspora and emphasized the unique role being played by the Jewish pioneers in the land of our Fathers. He proceeded to describe to the large' and attentive audience which thronged the haHroom of the hotel just what is transpiring in the various coun¬ tries of Europe, pointing out in particu¬ lar the sufferings and humiliations of our co-rcligionists in such countries as Soviet Russia, Poland, Germany, Roumania, etc., etc. He described the activities of Adolf Hitler, who has been doing his leyel best to foment racial strife and animosity in the German republic. The rabbi declared in no uncertain termsr that Hitter is the most relentless and ruthless enemy which laidcIpLrascaats touUy. "Ilis movcuicnt,'' be said, "is directed primarily at the de- 'structipn of our people in a land which tbcy have inhabited for thousands of MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR TEMPLE SEDER- APRIL 21 Reserve the date—Thursday, April 21 St, at 6:30 P. M.—for the Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood Seder to he held in the vestry room of Temple Israel. Arrangements are in charge of Mrs Albert Luchs, Mrs, Sol W. Goldsmith and the Religious Committee of the Sis¬ terliood. A heautiful Seder service has been planned and a delicious chicken din¬ ner is promised. Tickets are $1.00 each and reservations should be made as soon as possible. Call either Mrs. Albert Luchs, FAirfax 5952, or Mrs. Sol W. Goldsmith, EVergrcen A. Z. A. 1ST DANCE MAY 1 Free Loan Society To ^ > Conduct Rummage Sale The Ladies' Free Loan Society will conduct a rummage sale after the holi¬ days, the exact date and place to be an¬ nounced later. Anyone having any rummage, will kindly get in touch with either Mrs, Jerome Solove, FA. 1084, or Mrs, A. Wasserman, FA, S300. The A. Z, A, organization will hold its first annual dance at the Neil House, Sunday evening. May 1st., The dance music will be furnished by the well- known colored orchestra under the lead¬ ership of Earl Hood. An neighboring A. Z. A's are Invited td attend this affair. Rabbi Zelizer Announces Sermon For Friday, April 22nd Rabbi Zelizer will apeak on "Prisoners of Hope", Friday, April 22nd, at S:0(» P. M. at East Broad Street Temple. This sermon ia a message of inspira¬ tion for all of us who work and struggle against all odds and ends in order to get out of a hopeless tangle. The ushers for the evening will be Li. L. Silverburg and Dr. Ralph A, Jaffee. Passover Services will also be held Wednesday evening, Thurs¬ day morning, Thursday evening, and Friday monung. ycarfi; a land whicli has benefited through Jewish enterprise, Jewish labors, and Jewish talent. "No single group of people," asserted Rabbi Wise, "has done more to advance the interests of Germany hi peace time as well as in war time than the lineal descendants of the House of Jacob" His Theme "Must Israel Further Endure?" was the theme of Dr/ Wise. His address was more in the nature of a heart-to-heart talk with his fellow Jtws of Columbus and Central Ohio. Earlier in the day he had addressed the faculty and student body of Ohio State University in the University Chapel where he was pre¬ sented by Rev, Miller of the University Religious Council as "the greatest ex¬ ponent of civic reform in America." During the course of his address Sun¬ day frvening, ¦ Rahbi Wise paid his re¬ spects not only to Dr. and Mrs. Levinger and Edwin J. Schanfarber for their fme work in this city, but also to the Hillel movement in general. Prior to Dr. Wise's address, short speeches were made by Dr. Lee J. Levinger, director of the Hillel Foundation; Tola K. Zeckhauser, his as¬ sistant ; Rev. Miller, of the Indianola Presbyterian Church, and. Edwin J. schanfarber. Mr. Schanfarber touched in his; remarks on (1) the program of the B'ai B'rith, (i2) the activities of Hillel, and (S) the life and labors of the guest of honor. Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. On the speakers' platform, together with Rabbi Wise, were the following: Dr, E^ J..Gordon, Mrs. E. J. Gordon, Dr, Morris,Goldberg, Mrs. Morris Goldberg, Dr. Samuel D, Edelman, Mrs. Samuel D. Edelman, Di^. Lee J. Levinger, Elma Ehrilch Levinger, Ipla K. Zeckhauser, E. J. Schanfarber, Mrs. E. J. Schanfar¬ ber, and Dorothy Finkelstein. "Get Acquainted Affair" at East Broad Street Temple Sunday Evening This unusual affair has been motivated by the recent acquisition of so many new members into the Congregation fold. 3t is the desire of the officers to have all rriembers^know each other so.as to make tlie proper basis for pleasant social con¬ tacts. It is hoped that all old members of the Temple will turn out this Sunday evening to welcome the new members who will be there, and to make this first get together a real success and a char¬ acteristic East Broad Street Temple social activity. AU ihenibers new and old are urged to bring their friends with them as ttie general public is cordially itivited. Frank V. Bayer, chairman of this affair, has informed the Chroniclk that an entertainment for the evein'iig has been arranged which will be one df the most interesting and attractive ever ar¬ ranged for the pleasure of. the members and friends of this teinple. Following an liour of etitertainment a bridge party will he held after which attractive prizes will be awarded to the highest scores. The musical entertainment will be fur- nislied by the 'Franklin Coffee Trio con¬ sisting of Mr. Homer Nichols, piano; Mr. E. C. Kershaw, cello; Mr. Jack Smith, clarinet; with Mr, .Arthur Mark, violin, and Mr. Ray Rose, vocalist. These men are atl professional entertainers and represent a part of the staff orchestra of the WCAH Broadcasting Station. Their appearance has been made-possible through the courtesy of Mr. Arthur Mark, who became one of the new mem¬ bers of the Temple during the present drive and who is also musical director at the WCAH; Station. The trio will render classical numbers together with popular songs which should prove most entertaining. The musical program will be followed l)y a humorous debate entitled "Solomon aild His Thousand Wives." The ques tion is raised as to whether we should follow King Solomon's example of thousand wives or only one wife. Women insist on one wife but a vote has not heen taken- as to the views of the men. This debate will he put .on by Miss Sophie Liss, Cecelia Krakoff and Reva Zuravsky, There is tnuch Yiddish in the dialogue and proved to be such a success at the last Haddasah Anni¬ versary party, that hy popular request it Is being reproduced. There is absolutely no charge for this evening of . pleasant entertainment and it is hoped that all Jewish folk, will make arrangements to meet their friends at the Social Hall of the East Broad Street Temple this Simday, April 17th, at 8:00 p. m. ATTORNEY IS HONORED Attorney Samuel Freifield of Steubcn¬ villc, appointed recently as U. S. commis¬ sioner to succeed C. J. Borkowslti, is one of the yovuigest and most brilliant mem¬ bers of the Jefferson County Bar. He assumed .hi.s duties .ns commissioner March II. The highest honors that can be con¬ ferred by the colleges of arts and law, Ohio State University, were won by him when he received his degree in June, lj).30,as doctor of law, graduating at the head of his class after a six-year school career.. He is a son of Mrs. M. Freifield in Steuhenville. ¦ Freifield at .28, is the youngest member of the Jefferson County Bar to be ap¬ pointed to the office of U. S. commis¬ sioner there. He was given the oath oi office at Columbus by Federal Judge Ben¬ son Hough, who made the appointment. Mr. Freifield is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. Jewish Student Wins Two Art Awards SYRACUSE,' April U—Richard S. Goldman of Rochester, a sophomore in the College of Fine Arts, Painting De¬ partment, Syracuse Univer.sity, was awarded the first and second of the three prizes for his still life subjects by the jury of selection for the forth¬ coming Iftth annual exhibition of the work of artists and craftsmen of Roch¬ ester at the Memorial Art Gallery in that city. The announcement was made by Miss .-^nna W. Olmstead, director of the Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts, one of the judges. There were 373 entries and many of them will be seen in the exhi¬ bition which will oiwn this week In Rochester. REVOKE ORDER EXPEiUNG JEWS FROM BARRACKS BUCHAREST (J.T.A.)-The Min¬ istry of Health today revoked the order issued for the expulsion of IU Jews re¬ siding in abandoned barracks in Wiznit/. The action of the Ministry followed intervention undertaken by the Jewish Deputy Max Diamant. This is the sec¬ ond time the expulsion order has been revoked, after Jewish representatives had protested. rj ¦J ^^;^l:^'--:
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1932-04-15|
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|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
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|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1932-04-15, page 01|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
|Creator||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
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|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME
VOL. XV—No. 68
COLUMHUS, OltlO, APKIL 15, 19J2
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