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¦'^ti^^i^ ¦'*»*!-*-"^-1j.*.?'^T^>.J> ,-<-, ..'.- Central Ohio's Only Jeivish Nezvspaper Reaching Every Home\ A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME VOLUME XV—No. 112 COLUMHUS, (MHO, i-lCBKUARY 24, 1933 Per Year $3.00; Per Copy loc By the Way By David Schwartz Ghonoh Snys Adieu Thc.ie United States have scut tlicir Envoy l':xtniordiiiary and Ainljassador Plciiipotcntiary to Palestine. At least, I may safely say—Envoy Ex¬ traordinary—for wlio could have been more extraordinary than Chonoli? The new."! dis|>atche.s, as far as I .know, did not take note of the departure of Clmnoh, and yet within the ranks of professional Jewry, no recent sailing in Palestine was more talked about. ^yhat a Man If you have ever met Qionoli, yoU will understand—or even if you have ever visited within the intimate realms of the liowers that bc in New York Jewry. Chonoh was ,uniquc. He toiled not, neither did he spin—yet he was every¬ where, knew c very l)ody—went evcry- wiicrc, and misse<l few things. Clionbh of course is preeminently the ZinniKt. He could claim intimacy with liraiidcis, Weizmann, SbkoloWj Lip.sky and Rothenbcrg. He could more than claim intimacy. He could get of their hard earned cash. And if lie perhaps schnorrcd—he was no ordinary schnorrer. The New York Times used to say that it did not solicit advertising—it "accepted them." So , Chonoh might say of the gifts made, to ¦ hiiji, What—No Second Pair! One day a leading Zionist, who operates one of the largest clothing stores in New York asked Chonoh to come np and pre¬ sented hini with a suit of clothing. The donor looked 011 as Chonoh cast his eyes over the suit; He waited fur an expression of beaming gratitude. Chonoh looked here and. there and finally looked up. "Where is the second [Miir of pants P" he asked. Flowers for the Lovely ' Chonoh was magnificently chivalrous. Like a true aristocrat, he entertained great respect for God's noblest creature —woman. He knew how to appreciate a great lady. ' One great and fine woman of whom Chonoh was justly fond is Mrs., Archi¬ bald Silverman, the well-known Zionist leader. ¦Chonoh never forgot,!any of Mrs. Sil¬ verman's birtlidays, Always there came on snch occasions a magnificent floral bouquet from Chonoh—-with bill at¬ tached. . The C. O. D; gift coming from Chonoh was dilTerent, Mrs. Silverman, laiew. .' She understood and smiled and learned to like these ''gifts" from Chonoh. Getting Citizenship Papers When Chonoh went to take out his citizenship papers, he came before Su¬ preme Court Justice Aaron J. Levy. When Chonoh came into the courtroom, Jiidge Levy called out Chonoh—who i>ro- ceedcd to the bench, taking his place by the side of the judge, and nearly wreck¬ ing the decorum of the court. Later, Chonoh was takeii before a woman clerk to i^ive his citizenship oath, Chonoh was told to raise his hand, as the wornan repeated the oath. "Vas vill die yachne von mir?" shouted Chonoh, aa his hand was uplifted. Chonoh has gone to Palestine, proriiis* irig the Zionists who raised the money for the trip, that he would remain there a minimum of three years. There is a little anxiety, however, on the. part of the American Zionists, tliat the Palestinian Zionists may raise a fund to send him back to America.- You see, how it is when you. arc a good man—everybody wants to send you some¬ where else. One of the two or three leading Zion¬ ists in America described Chonoh a.^ a "genius" and as a transcending psychol¬ ogist, though Chonoh himself docs not; know the meaning o;f the word "psychol¬ ogist." l-'.irewell, Chonoh, as ¦ you enter the Promised Ijind, don't forget to keep your promise to remain there for three years. ¦ Such a Business Speaking of the recent dcpressioi, they ¦ tell a story about a Jewish merchant and a rabbi. The rabhi, it npivcars, had never passed the place of business of this. Jewisii merchant, j who was incidentally a very devoted member of his congregation, and whom the rabbi regarded as very pious. All the more surprised therefore was the rabhi one Sabbath afternoon, when he ¦passed the merchant's store, and saw it —of all thiiigS-Kipen. He stopped .is though paralyzed. He decided he would look into the store. Maybe something extraordinary had happened. He. came in—and there was the owner Mr. Greenberg, standing and talking K a customer. As the custdmer left, the rabbi ap proached Mr. Greenberg. "How is this, Mr. Greenberg? Yo\ —carrying on a 'gesheft* on Sabbath!" "Say, ¦RaW)i," said ' Mr. Greenberg, "come with me for a minute," and he le<l the rabbi through the ^aclcs of goods. "See these pants niarkc<l down to fl.25. They cost me i^J.OO a pair. These shirts at $.85. They cost me over a dollar. You call this a 'gesheft'? I am giving things away. Can't you run a diarity on Shabboth?" How Not to Die Dear liy the Way: I guess you think you are smart. If you are, answer in your column how a Jew may be kept from dying. Ya-kuni Ptivkaii. Answer: The answer to that is easy. Any Jew who doesn't want to die may easily avoid it. Al! he has to do is to become u nieshumad (an apostate) and he will not die—he will "payKcr." Collecting a Debt Speaking as we were a couple of par¬ agraphs back about a Jewish merchant, (Continued on page 2) ROF. WITTKE TO SPEAK AT EAST BROAD ST TEMPLE President Morris Loptwr, of the Jew¬ ish lulncational Association of Colum¬ hus, aniiminccs that he lias been success¬ ful in Kcc~iring the services of Prof, Carl Wittkc of the History Department of Oliii> .State University who will speak before an open incctfng of the J. E. A. at tho !'2ast Hroad Street Temple on We<liicsday evening, March lst, on "Hitler and His Policies." An open fornin discussion' will follow Dr. Wittkc's address. Among those who will participate arc Roy J. Stone, Dr. 1^. W. Abramson,, Rabbi Nathan ZcHzer, Frank V. Jtaycr and Aaron M. Neustadt. Employment Bureau Registers 27 Applicants for Work The Vocational Committee of the Council of Jewish Women and the Em¬ ployment Committee of the Jewish Wel¬ fare Federation earnestly request the co¬ operation of every employer and every housewife needing services of any de¬ scription to call the Jcwisli Welfare Fed¬ eration—ADams 'V12!)—where caiial)lc help can be secured^ The following lapplications have been . registered ; Shoe Salasman—age Aty— father of three children—25 years of ex¬ perience—formerly owned his own busi¬ ness—needs work immediately. Book-' keeping machine operator—Female—at?e 2^: 6 years experience with Remington, Underwood, and Elliott-Fisher Machines —A-oiie-references; needs immediate placement. Western Union Automatic operator, female, fifteen years experience, A~onc references; has child-to support; will take position as typist, bookkeeping or tutoring for primary grades. Blacksmith—20 years experienced- father of four dependent children will accept any kind of work in garage; ex¬ cellent references. Woman experienced in doctor's office— desires oflicework of any kind or sales- work. Office clerks, filing clerks, salesmen and sales women, shoe salesmen; typists, bookkeepers, drivers of cars and trucks, can be secured by calling ADams ¦\^2^. The following members of the Voca¬ tional Committee of the Council of Jew¬ ish Women interviewed the applicants this week each morning from ten to twelve; Mrs. Ijco Kessel, Chairman; Mrs. Morris Goldberg, Mrs. Leo Yass¬ enoff, Mrs. Leonard Kohn, Mrs. Solo¬ mon Rivlin, Mrs. Leroy Morris, Alice Lnft and Dorothy Mitchell. Publi^ Invited to Attend Avukah Banquet Sunday Columbus Jewry will have the privilege of hearing one of the outstanding per¬ sonalities of American Jewish life, Sun¬ day evening, Feb. 2nth, at the Broad- Lincoln Hotel, on East Broad Street. In celebration of its eighth anniver¬ sary on the Ohio State Campus, the A V u k a h, student Zionist organization, will hold a banquet, to which Prof. Zevi Diesendruck has been invited as the guest speaker. Dr. Diesendruck. is head of the Philos- Dr. Dtesendruck ophy Department at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, and was formerly professor of Philos- ojiliy at the University of Breslau and the University of Vienna. He was also liead of the Philosophy Department at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Be¬ sides being an eminent authority on Medieval and Contemporary Hebrew Lit¬ erature, Dr. Diesewlrnck is internation- illy known a.? an authority on Greek Philosophy. The topic selected by this prominent individual js, "Youth—A Priv¬ ilege and a Task." A musical program has teen arranged by Aaron Levitus and will include the following: George Kaplan who will-ren¬ der several violin selections, accompianied on the piano by Miss Judith Goldin; and a group of vocal selections by Miss Mir¬ iam .Berman, accompanied by Charlotte Sherry. '¦ ¦ - Alex Gdldman, a senior in the college of Agriculture, will act as toastmaster for the evening. The committee plan¬ ning the banquet is, composed of Rose Schalit, Helen Nutis, ^ Cecelia Schalit, Hilda t-Jsh, Nbrman Price, Joseph Klein, Nathan Grundstein, and Aaron Lcvitits. Former presidents and delegates from other Avukah chapters, as well ,as local Zionists, have been invited. / Reservations at lhc per plate, can bc made by calling Cecelia Schalit, FA. rwfjl, Helen Nutis, FA. 8887, Norman Price. UN. 5(>8;i, or Joseph Klein, UN. •Il.'i?. lion't forfjc't the time—Sunday evening, iFeb. 2t>th, at 0 o'clock—and the place—13road-Lincoln Hotel. Are You Doing Your Duty to the Chronicle In Its Present Crisis? (All iidilurial) With this issue of the Ohio Jewish Chronicle, this publication enters upon its 1 I th year of faithful serv¬ ice to the Jewish people of Columbus and Central Ohio. Anyone familiar with the progress of Jewish life in this section of the state, need not be reminded of the splendid role played by the Chronicle. It has promoted every civic and philanthropic enterprise launched in Columbus, even as it has stimulated in¬ terest in all the Synagogues, Orthodox, Conservative and Reform. One of the outstanding leaders of our community has declared, .that the Ohio Jewish Chron¬ icle is now a rfeal communal necessity; an institution which must be maintained regardless of economic con- ditionsi He asserted in an interview with the editor ' of the Chronicle that it is the duty of every subscriber to cooperate with the publishers of tlie Chronicle by paying his arinual subscription regularly and promptly. A large number of Chronicle readers are, at pres¬ ent, delinquent. We hope that they will see their way clear to straighten out their accounts at this time. We send out statements but once a year; to do so more often would entail a great deal of labor and extra expense. When you receive your bill this coming week, make it your business either to mail in your check or to settle with us personally at the office of the Chronicle. In common with our colleagues throughout this land, the publishers of the Ohio Jewish Chronicle have been faced during the past year with many dif¬ ficulties. Advertising is the chief source of our revenue. This has fallen off over 85% in volume, due to the smaller appropriations of all business concerns. A number of our best accounts, prominent retail mer¬ chants, have seen fit to withdraw altogether from ad¬ vertising in all weekly newspapers as per the sugges¬ tion of the Retail Merchants Association. This has been a grievous blow which has staggered us in our efforts to serve our readers. We are, therefore, hoping that during the coming year all our readers will cooperate with us-in order to make our burdens lighter. It is our fond hope that they will realize the great responsibility that rests upon them. They must come forward and boost their own sectarian press just as this press is boosting them. They must ever remember that the Eiiglish-Jevvish Press is advancing the interests of their ancestral faith; that it is assisting mightily in creating a virile Jewish consciousness; that it is bringing to the young genera¬ tion the messages of their prophets and sages of old; and, finally, that it is working in season and out of season for a better understanding between Jew and non-Jew. If they will keep these glaring facts in mind, they will inevitably give tbe Ohio. Jewish Chronicle a much more wholehearted support and en¬ couragement, and thereby assist in bringing it back to its pre-depression days. B'nai B'rith Banquet Will Be Held at the East Broad Street Temple Sunday Edwin .1. Schnnfnrbcr Will Be Toast- niaatcr; Membors of General Com¬ mittee Will Deliver Addres,scs The entire comniunity is most cordially invited to attend tile grand banquet and c;ntcrtainnicnt ^nnday evening to bc held at the Hast Kroad Street Temple in honor of tl,e General Coinnnttec and other out- of-town Kucsts of Zion LodRc No. G2, B'nai B'rith. Most of tliese guests are members of the General Committee of District No. 2, B'nai B'rith; tlie rest are prominent lead¬ ers of the Order who are coming here to discuss die many perplexing problems wliich now confront this district in par¬ ticular and tlie Order as a whole. Among tile distinguished men wlio will bc here Sunday are Alfred M. Cohen, Ricliard E. Gutstadt. Sidney G. Kus¬ worm, .Samuel Goldstein, of Lorain. Ohio; Josepli Cohen, Kansas City; Louis Kranitz, St. Josepli, Mo.; Lou Franlc, Toledo; Harry S. Berger, Canton; Mor¬ ton Zaller, Cleveland: Rabbi Joseph M. T.axny, Terre Haute; and Louis Cohen of Louisville, Ky. Columbus is indeed fortunate in hav¬ ing been chosen as the meeting place for this year's gathering of the General Conl¬ mittec, and Zion Lodge's officers have comilletcd plans to make this afifair a community event diien to members of the Order as well as non-raembei-s. The ofiicers of the Lodge especially in- vile the Jcwisli public to attend the ban- .quet and entertainment to be held at tlic East Broad Street Temple at G p. m. Sunday. Edwin'J. Schanfarber will be the toastmaster. Tlie nominal price of the dinner will be i}0 cents per plate. As the seating capacity will be limited to BOO. the arrangements committee an¬ nounces that reservations niust he in not later than Saturday; evening. Feb. 2.5th. Call either Robert L. Mellman, AD. 8228, Harry Schwartz, MA. ,S2ol, Justin L. Sillman. AD. 24.54. Walter Katz, GA. anoo, Ben- Z. Neustadt. FA. 9638 or Jack Wolstein. MA. 1078. . President Hai-ry Schwartz, of Zion Lodge, announces that the regular meet¬ ing of the Lodge originally scheduled for Monday, Feb. 27th'. will take place Sun¬ day evening, Feb. 2Gtb. , 'The entertain¬ ment program will be furnished by the Hillel Foundation of Ohio State Univer¬ sity. As I See It By A. M. N. Annual Hadassah Linen Shower at Southern Hotel , On February 26th Mrs. Harry iFriedenberg, chairman of the Hadassah Linen Shower and Tea, which will take place on Sunday after¬ noon, Feb. 2Cth, at the Southern Hotel, has completed arrangements for the afternoon's program which will include ah address by Mrs. Elma Ehrlich Leviu' ger, author and playwright; violin selec tions by Mr. Sydney Pollack, accom pairied on the piano by.Miss .Ruth Elea nor' Stern; and a vocal solo by 'Miss Eunice Frcidenberg, with Miss Madeline Maybrook at the piano. The Mary Curl School of Daricing willalso present pu¬ pils, On Fclirnary 1.7tli, in Brooklyn, N. Y., funeral services were held for Pinciis Kongy, Zionist pioneer, and father of Dr. A. J, Ron^y, prominent physician and Zionist.* Pnicus Rongy was a re¬ markable man in many respects. He came to this country in 1B8B after Russia had prohibited Jews frimi trading with the gove'rnmeiit and confined thtm to re¬ stricted areas, hrom early boyhood he was interested m the theoretical and l>ractical probkini of his people A pio¬ neer in the CIkwcvci Zion movement, he was throughout his lift, Iwth m Europe and America, actn-e m forwarding tlie Zionist cause. He g,i\e liberally of his time and means to the promotion of the nationalistic Jcvvipli ideal in America His interest in this great cause increased along with his progress in the business world., Mr. I'iongy achieved a ^reat suc¬ cess in apartment house building in Brooklyn, the Last bide, and Harlem He was considered one of lhc outstand¬ ing real estate men in grciter New York Active in philanthropic work, he was one of the founders of the Brownsville and Fast New York Hospital which la now known as Beth J.,1 He also helped to organize the Jewish iMattrmty Hospital At tlic time of hlb death he was a mem¬ ber of the Zionist Organization oi America, the Hebrew Day Nursery, and the Lebanon Hospital In a(khtion to his son, he is sunved b> his second wife and two daughters, Mrs Jacob Heller and Miss Bessie Rongy His friends and hosts of admirers will never forget this sturdy Jew; his memory will always be a source of inspiration to them To make it possible for thousands of Jews to escape from the hell of Poland and go to Palestine is one of tbe ob¬ jectives in raising funds to enable the Jewish Ai^ency for l-'alcstinc to maintain its reconstruction activities in the Holy Land, according to a statement made by Dr. Stephen b Wise, who, m his ca¬ pacity as Honorary Chairman of the rVinerican Palestine Campaign, calls upon the Jews of the United States to con¬ tribute generously and to launch cam¬ paigns for the Jewish Agency for Pal¬ estine. Declaring that the building of Palestine is basic to Jewish life, Dr. Wise asserts that "it is jubt imposliible to think of life as a series of Polands and Hun- garys, Hitlers and Cuzas, life would not be worth living if there were not a hope of an emergence from hell and d re¬ surgence to that fullness and freedom and noble creati\eness of life which Eret? Yisroel promises " In his statement Dr Wise said, among other things, that the American Palestine Campaign is raising funds in order to prepare a place m the ancient Homeland of the Jewish people for the multitudes of European Jews who are so anxious to flee from the misery and squalpr that surround them "Some day," he declared, "we will build a great Eretz Yisrotl and it will light up the darkness of the Galuth The dark¬ ness of the Galuth will never be lighted up until we have a great Eretz Yisroel I do not mean physically, geographically and materially Ihe great darkness of The following eommittee. Mrs J. K. the Galuth will be lighted up when the Second of Musical Concerts At HiUel Foundation The second in a series of musical con¬ certs will lie presented by the music com¬ mittee at the HiUel Foundation, Snnday evening, March "i, at 7 :IIO. Miss Lillian Levin, violinist. Miss Eve¬ lyn Levin, [)ianist, and Miss Ncllielou Winger, soprano, will appear on the pro¬ gram. 'J'hey will render a number' ol classical coniiiositions. To increase the musical appreciation of the students, the MacDowell division of the Symphony club of Ohio has agrecil to aid the inusic committee at the foun¬ dation in arranging programs and secur¬ ing artists. Mrs. Bernard Lehman, ehair¬ man of the MacDowell division, has or- ganizetl the committee at the Foundation. Assisting her are Mrs. Harry Frosh, sub^ chairman, Miss Bomberg, alternate chair- I man, and Miss Kuy Davis, student chair¬ man. ' ¦ "R, U. R." To Be Presented By Hillel Players On March 9th and Ilth As its major production for the winter quarter, the Hillel Players will present "R U R." (Rossums Universal Robots), March !> and 11 at the University chapel. "R. U. R." was written by Karel Ca¬ pek, noted Czechoslovakian author who briliiaiitly iwrtrays the future of the ma¬ chine age. The play is appropriate at the present time because of tbe widespread interest in Technocracy. It depicts the evils of the industrial system and the tendency of the machines to destroy our present civilization. Ah actual revolution ts staged by the robots and they gain control of the uiu- ver.se This scene is staged in the most dramatic fashion and as a prommc'it newspaperman commented when the Theatre Guild presented "R. U. R, The third act is as awe-inspiring as anything we have ever seen in tht; theater. Jf.ck Effrat, veteran Hillel Player, is coaching the production. _ The stage crew under the direction of Jerome M. Katzman will consist of Emanuel Slavin, Moses Allen. Sam Ar- nokl, Louis Schack; costume committee. Yetlyn Simons, chairman; Betty Eried- nuui Nathan Grundstein, Morris Teplet- sky properties, Willard Rubin, chair¬ man: Rose Krull, Cecelia Schalit, Ruth Ziskin, Manuel Uetske. Harry Krull and Arthur Sher. Other committees are: Make-up, Ed- Ward Rubinow, chairman; Rose Krull, Alice Goldberg, Francis Zeigner and Gol¬ die Abosch. Electricians are Walter Knoblaugh and Willard Rubin; Benja¬ min J. McElroy aral Henry S. Schwartz will act as technical advisers. Publicity will be in charge of Philip A. Meyers, chairman; Sol L. Auerbach, Rowena Edelson, Martha K. Baskin, Lois Ellman, and Manuel Eisner. Louis Gre*;nblatt is business manager and is iu charge of ticket sales. I Tickets for the jilay may now be ob¬ tained at the Hillel Foundation, Tim's land Hennick's, stores located near the campus or they may also -be purchased at the box office during the two nights of the presentation. A number in the cast include students whp reside ih Columbus and the cooperation of all Jewish resi¬ dents to make this play a success, will be heartily appreciated. Tickets will . sell for 5f>,cents downstairs, and 35 cents for balcony seats. Bornstein, Mrs! A. Krakowitz. Mrs; A: Sefif; Mrs. B. W. Abramson, Mrs. Harry Gilbert, Mrs. Jule Marks, Mrs. Ed Hy¬ man, Mrs. Herman Lieverman. Mrs. W. A. Hersch, Miss Rose Sugarman, and Mrs. Harry Friedenberg, have been ap¬ pointed to visit nearby towpj-t; of Zanes¬ ville, Springfield, Marion. Lancaster and Newark to receive contributions to this annual affair, through which the hospital supplies ill Palestine are replenished. The cooperation of every member ami friend of Hadassah is earnestly requested and every contribution no matter how small, will be gratefully accei)tcd. Rabbi Samuel M. Gup to Speak on "Franklin D. Roose¬ velt's Inauguration" On Friday evening, March 3rd, at the Bryden Ftoad Temple. Rabbi Samuel M. Gup, will prcac,h on 'I'ranklin D. Roose¬ velt's Inauguration." He will discuss every phase of the question. What is the duty of every citizen towards the. new adniiiiistration in Washington? Conie-and hear this vital subject discussed in an unusual way. A. Z. A. Benefit Dance March 5—Anticipates Big Turnout The services of Earl Hood and his Greater Ohio ¦ .Orchestra have been se¬ cured for the A. Z. A.-IIebrew School Benefit Dance to be givcii a week from tiunorrow, Snnday, March Sth, in the senior ballroom of the Neil House. In addition to this ace sepia band will be featured that sensational Southern darkey, Chet Nelson, whose taivdancing feet are quicker than the eye, and a well- rounded floor show. Tickets may be secured from any mem¬ ber of A. Z. A.. B'nai B'rith, Ivree:yoh, and several other Hebrew organizations in the city, all of whom are cooperating with A. Z. A. A capacity crowd is anticipated, repre¬ senting virtually every part of Ohio. Members of Dayton, Steubenville, Ak¬ ron and other A. Z. A. chapters will be present at the dance. Reinember— Don't close the doors of the Hebrew School! A regular meeting of A. Z. A. will be hekl Sunday at 2:8tt p. m. All members are urged to be present. Hirsch Kobacker Chapter of DeMolay Is Planning Initiation The Hirsch Kobacker Chapter of De¬ Molay held its regidar meeting last Thursday, Feb. 2.-lrd, at the Schonthal Community Hou.se. On Sunday afternoon, Feb. 2flth, re¬ hearsals for the ritualistic initiation will be held, and all officers and members are- asked to be present. The formal initia¬ tion ceremonies for new members will be an event of 'March 12th. All young men between the ages of lli and 21 are iiW vited to become members of ' this :ia- tional organization. Mr. Lou Kaplan was appointed to take charge of the basketball squad. Mr. Da¬ vid Goldsmith, director of Boys Activi¬ ties at the Center, ¦addressc<l the group at their recent meeting Feb. Uith. Messrs. David Peiros and liarry May¬ brook, the Dads of the Chapter, are as¬ sisting the officers in preparing the initi¬ ation ceremonies. Rabbi M. Hirschsprung To Address Final Meeting of Agudath Achim Open Forum According to Samuel Gurevitz, the final meeting of Agudath Achim Open Forum will take place on Friday evening, March ;trd. The. speaker will be Rabbi Mordecai Hirschsprung. His theme will be "Structures Without Patterns, and Lives Without Designs." In speaking of the record of the Open Forum, the com¬ mittee chairman made the following statements; "The open forum has lieen a tremendous success; some of tbe best available speakers in central Ohio have deliver^id addresses and extraordinarily interesting discussions have been held. I want to thank all those who cooperated in promoting this exemplary activity." A very good attendance is expected on Marcli 3rd.. A discussion will follow the Rabbi's address. light of Eretz Yisroel shall have irradi¬ ated the darkness of Jewish life That is what Eret^ Yisrocl will do, and the day will come when our joy and pride in Eretz Yisroel will lift us up above the meanness and pettiness and unworthmcss of the Galuth and its Ghetto We shall stand in the' sight of one another and of all men as the brothers and sisters of those daring i)ionetring Jews who under God jKrfornied a miracle, the benediction of which aiiall lift up the whole of the Jewish peojile I appeal to American Jews to give themselves whole-heartcdlj to our great and ultimately tnumphant cause." I want to add my approval and word of_ ciicouragtmtnt to tins project Not¬ withstanding present economic conditions, American Jewry should respond to Dr Wise's appeal uith alacrit\ and enthusi¬ asm. I want to say a few words in this column regarding the Jewish Library wliich Rabbi Samuel M Gup of the Bry¬ den Road Temple is building up for the members of his Congregation and others interested in acquiring a better under¬ standing of Jeuibh culture, Jewish ideals luid Jewish life I predict that in a few months this librarj will be as fine as any established m any eit> of this kind in the entire country Books arc being ac- (luired in large numbers Some of them deal with historieal and philosophical themes; others with religious and ethical problems. Many of them are novels with tine Jewish backgrounds In looking Oicr these books, I was convinced that a careful, perusal of them will tend to in¬ crease the Jewish eonseiousnesa of all those who will devote suflicient time to this endeavor Ihe rabbi invites Chron¬ icle readers to contribute to this library and will bc hiippj to acknowledge all such gifts. I trust that the project will be successfully etnisummated I am glad to learn that three Jews were appointetl members of a committee for the prtservatuin of antiquities and art in Italy m .lecordante with a decree issued by King Victor Emmanuel. The Jewish members include Prof Supino of the University of Bolqgiui, who is an authority an imdieval hi^jtory , the proiyii-- iient |>laywriglit, Sabatino Lopez; a,nd the moilcrn art authority, Vittorio Hof- purgo. Ill common with all OlIJ|^^>^k># Citw zens, the Jewish people of ijipral Ohio regret the dastardly attenigi^^t tlie Jife of the President-elect, T^aiiklin U. Rotjsevelt; also tbe upf^jnunate woimding (Continued OH P9g« 3) ^'*^f* / 'hPi---'^:- It ... ' I ^ '?rr.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1933-02-24|
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|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1933-02-24, page 01|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
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Central Ohio's Only
Reaching Every Home\
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME
VOLUME XV—No. 112
COLUMHUS, (MHO, i-lCBKUARY 24, 1933
Per Year $3.00; Per Copy loc
By the Way By David Schwartz
Ghonoh Snys Adieu Thc.ie United States have scut tlicir Envoy l':xtniordiiiary and Ainljassador Plciiipotcntiary to Palestine.
At least, I may safely say—Envoy Ex¬ traordinary—for wlio could have been more extraordinary than Chonoli?
The new."! dis|>atche.s, as far as I .know, did not take note of the departure of Clmnoh, and yet within the ranks of professional Jewry, no recent sailing in Palestine was more talked about. ^yhat a Man If you have ever met Qionoli, yoU will understand—or even if you have ever visited within the intimate realms of the liowers that bc in New York Jewry.
Chonoh was ,uniquc. He toiled not, neither did he spin—yet he was every¬ where, knew c very l)ody—went evcry- wiicrc, and misse