Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1939-05-05, page 01
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¦rif-'-L—V':"„'- '• •'.'¦'.¦'.¦--¦ -'j '--'.sO'O: •''¦ '¦ i- ¦'¦¦'¦ -d- --f" f ^ . > ' i 1 . . V 1.%' " -.*>,,' A . r. *. r-,- . -* '.''•I a Is 2j[\\y~Serv!ng Columbus and Ceniral Ohio Jewish Community ^\//\\^ Volumo 18. "No. 19. COI.ITMBUS, OinO, FKIDAY, BIAY 5, 1930 Dovofrd to Amttrlcan nnd Jewish lilonis Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Bvcrywliore By PHINFIAB J. BIRON ilXIS ANO'FHKB Best crack ol the week, credit¬ ed to the Paris manager of a ¦Wall Street firm: "Humored Cliamberlain will take weekend in country while Ilitler will take country In week end" . . . "Which reminds us of the nroad- wayltc who threatens to sing about "Danzig with tears In my ^ycs" , . , Best news we've heard In a long time is that Badolt Hitler is very susceptible to mal de mer . . . We herewith wish him a long and stormy ocean voyage . , . It's because some recently discovered Ger¬ man helium depo,sits, important for dirigible flying, extend Into Dutch territory that the Hol¬ landers are beginning to get worried , . . And it's because tho French and British air forces will exceed those of Germany and Italy by the end of the year that tho axis powers are wield¬ ing the aie so diligently right now . . . Julius Streicher's net profit from his vitriolic anti- Jewish sheet Der Stucrmer is 560,000 weekly . . . But Musso¬ lini is beginning to wonder whether anti-Semitism really pays . . . Since embarking on his Hitler-a ping campaign against Jews ho has received thousands of protests from mem¬ bers ot his own Fascist Party,,, i rriP-TOP MPS .Tip to bookshop ' owners: A ¦ New.York,.book .store ,hiis a ' ¦iiiosi,.fetrlli;lnf<' display showing, in a row, "Mein Kampf," "The Strange Death of Adolf Hitler" and "Safute td Freedom" ... If you missed the Reverend Dr. Charles E. Sheldon's article in , last week's Liberty, entitled "What Would ,re.sus Do About Anti-Semitism?", be sure to get liold of a copy of the magazine and show It to your Christian friends , , . Dr. Sheldon urges an organized Christian protest against the Jewish tragedy . . . It's not at all unlikely that the King and Queen ol England will wake an official visit to the Jewish Palestine Pavilion when they inspect the New York World's Fair , JISWISH NKWS The amazing total o£ 5100,000 was raised at a single Washing¬ ton dinner for the United Jew¬ ish Appeal, In which the United Palestine Appeal and Joint Dis¬ tribution Committee have joined their forces . . . The top gift, $15,000, was given by a gentle¬ man who Is never publicly Identified with the Jewish com¬ munity . . . Not so long ago, incidentally, the publicity man of a big campaign would got Into hot water it he forgot to mention some big contributor , . . Now it's the other way around, the generous givers pre- ffirrlng to blush unseen ... In ohe large city a number ot wealthy Jews recently approach¬ ed apoplexy when they dis¬ covered that a list of last year's donors, giving, names and amounts, had been published,,, Just whero this year's World Zionist Congress will meet is a problem ... No European coun¬ ti-y seems to want the honor, and there Is a great deal of op- po.'iitlon to the Congress being held in tho United States—not on tho part of our Government, of course, but in Zionist quart¬ ers , , ,-This partly because many .European delegates couldn't afford the fare, and partly because of fear that the (Coutlaiieil uu Vaeo S) Bryden Sd. Temple To Hold Graduation Exercises May 12 The annual graduation exer¬ cises of the Bryden Rd, Temple will be held next Friday, May 12, at 8:00 p. m, Tho order ot -service Is as follows:— Opening; Frnyor Harriet Lurle RcudlnE ot the Bltuul Bertlia Fox. Helen Friedman ToTah Sorvico Removal Henry Wechsler Blessings Stanley Novak Reading Fred IO:ausz Return Harry Miller "Bclnc a .Tew*'... .Isabcllc Braverman "BeInK an American Jew" Richard Valman "What We Have Learned" Irvin Bayer Closing Prayer :...Leon Goodman Remul-ks Rabbl' Samuel M. Gup Presentation o£ Ccrtltlcates Mr. Leon J. Goodman After the service, the Sister hood will extend a reception to all the graduates, their parents and friends. An invitation has been extended to all the gradu¬ ates of the former classes to be present in a body as special guests on this occasion,' Tl\e graduates consist of young men and wopien who have completed the courses In the High School Department since their Confirmation, The public is cordially invited to at¬ tend tliese exercises. The class of eleven candidates includes the following: Irvin Ilayor 5C1 S, Champion Ave. IsabcUe Bravorman 385 N. Ardmore Hd, Bertha Fox. ¦ 1286 Wilson-'aVo, —"¦' Helen Frleduian ' 1445 East Broad St. Iieoii 3. Goodmnin, .Tr. 2173 East Broad St. Fred Krausz ' 1725 Franklin Ave, Harriet Lurlo 346 S, Drexel Ave. Harry Miller 594 Clark Ave. Stanley IVovnIc 287 Innis Avo. Henry Wechsler 1554 Bryden Rd, HIcIiard G. Yalinan 2602 Ea.st Broad St. liTUm liKiVINGER IS AWARDISn SCHOIjAKSMIP Miss Leah J. Levinger, daugh¬ ter of Rabbl and Mrs, Lee J, Levinger, 2257 Indianola Ave,, has just received a graduate resident scholarship in psycho¬ logy at Columbia University for the coming year. Miss Levinger Is a senior at Sarah Lawrence College, Bronx¬ ville, N. Y., where she has been the recipient of four successive scholarships. She is a graduate of University High School, A COBKECTION Mrs, M, Waitzman was recent ly elected to the Board of the Ladies' Free Loan Society, but through some error her name was not included in the list of Boai"d Members published in last week's CHRONICLE, 'WCKUT INFOBMATION FOB VNI'l'SID JUBHjISI]; Exchange reberved spat tickets starting ut IO:00 u, m., Sunday at tUc Hurtmun l]o:c ottico lictorc noon for best scats. The following Is the schedule ot pricesi— niutlnnc, Slain Floor, 3:30 p. m., 91,00 rcBcrved. llulcouy, SOc not reserved, Evening, Blain Flour. 8:30 p. m., 91,00 rcservcJ. llalcouy, 76ft reserved, Gallery, QQo. ave Ki Ab Jews Attempt To Flee Towns It is with a great deal of pride that we are this week publishing the United Jubilee supplement on the occasion of the Hebrew School's fifth an¬ nual event being held this Sunday afternoon and evening at the Hartman Theatre. In undertaking such a contribution to a cause which we believe i.s most worthy, that of Jewish education, wo realized that we would be taxing our printing plant to the limit and that a delay in filling printing orders would naturally result. The large numbers of business men for whom we have been doing considerable work will, we hope, bear with us this weelc. Howevfer, all future printing orders will be given prompt attention after this week. At the same time we wish to inform our readers that the entire proceeds from the United Jubilee advertising revenue will go towards the Columbus Hebrew School. This is another indication of one of the many services the Ohio Jewish Chronicle has performed for Columbus Jewry during the past 17 years, BEN NEUSTABT Managing editor and paliUshcr Ohio Jewish Chronicle. Local Zeta Beta Tans To Celebrate ^'OM Timers ©ay"-Monday Following Zeta Beta Tau's an. nual custom of honoring its alumnus who has "made his letter in lite" and who stood forth beyond all his brothers during the preceding year, Dr, A, A. Brill, world-famous psychiatrist, N. Y. V. '01, Colum¬ bia '03, of New York City, has been selected as the recipient of the fraternity's "New Orleans Trophy" for the year 1938. Dr. Brill is the translator into English of many German works including Jung's Psychology of Dementia Ptaecox and the prin¬ cipal works of Professor Freud. In 1024 he was editor of the English edition of Bleuter's Text Book of Psychiatry, Ho Is the author of "P-sychoanalysis: Its Theories and Practical Ap¬ plication"; "Fundamental Con¬ ception of Psychoanalysis" nnd about 200 pamphlets on pssychi- atrlcal subjects. He has been in medical practice since 1903 and has lectured at many tmiversi- ties. He was Major in the United States Army Medical Reserve Corps from 1917-34, and is a member of numerous medical societies. On the evening of May Sth, in 44 cities in the United States and in Montreal, Canada, ihe members of Zeta Beta Tau will gather to celebrate another year of the fraternity's progie.=is. It is ZBT's "home-coming" day, T h e Columhus celebration will take the form of an "Old Tinier.^ Day" stag dinner and will be held by the Zeta Beta Tau Grad Club next Monday evening, at 7 o'clock. In the Iicnthouse of the Fort Hayes Hotel. The officers of the local group are Loon Fishman, Presi¬ dent and Robert Glick, Sccre- taiy-Treasurer, Show aroui aviiredatlou to youv only Jou-lEiIi nowsijuiiar for Its 10 yeata of eoiistruetlvo work by nuyljiB your Clironicle subBexliilluu now. 911,00 year. lefiigae isli. Weill WASHINGTON—B'nai B'rith Hillei Foundations have saved the academic lives of 40 German Jewish refugee students in the last few months by arranging for them to live and study on American college campuses, it is revealed by Congressman Bruce Barton of New York in an ex¬ clusive article appearing in the May is.sue of The National Jew¬ ish Monthly, published by B'nai B'rith, Congressman Barton, nation¬ ally-known author and advertis¬ ing executive, is a sponsor ofcthe Intercollegiate Committee to Aid Student Refugees, which has been working closely with the Hiilel Foundations in the work of rehabilitating refugee stu¬ dents who havo fled trom their Illtler-dominated coumrios, Hillei Foundations on all 12 eampu-ses where they function organize fund-raising campaigns to pay tho living expenses of tho refugees, arrange for their tui¬ tion to be cither raised by .spe¬ cial drives or granted by the universities, and supervl,se the housing and board of the retu¬ gee students in Jewish fraternity and sorority houses." "In many instances," writes Mr, Barton, "the Foundation has joined with student groups repicseming all Interests and activities in order to push the drive on as wide a basis as pos¬ sible. The student attitude Indi¬ cated a practical realization that Nazi persecution is not alone a ,Iewish problem, that oppression of one group paves the way for oppression'ot all, and that such passibiUties are not compatible with the traditions that have made America wli,at It is," In hia article, entitled "Hitler's Loss is our Gain," Mr,. Barton lelli! how the Hiilel Foundation (Ouutlnuetl uu I'ugo Ul PARIS (WNS) — Anti-Jewish feeling flared up in Slovakia, marked by violence and terror according to reports reaching here which told of attacks on Jews by Hlinka Guards and Nazi sympathizers. Most violent attacks occurred in Bratislava, the capital where Hlinka Guards beat all Jews who dared to be seen in the streets. Practically the entire male Jewish popula¬ tion in tho town ot St, George was beaten on streets and in homes and German residents throughout Slovakia also con¬ tributed to the terror aided by Nazi storm troopers. In differ¬ ent towns throughout Slovakia many Jews were forced to scrub sidewalks and made to march through the ,streets bn their knees. Jewish families have been robbed of their possessions and at Boesslng, near the capital . of Slovakia, the entire Jewish population was forced to fleo tor their lives after being sub¬ jected to unbelievable terror. Boatings and Indignities were widespread and at Pistany, about 30 Jews were stood before a tiring squad of Hllnlca guards land threatened for fifteen minutes. After being cruelly beaten, however, they were ordered home. Throughout Slovakia, espe¬ cially at..Kismark, a wave of., suicides, resulting from' the" terror, ¦ broke out. It is known that pressure from Nazi Ger¬ many has resulted in the adop¬ tion of anti-Jewish economic measures, thousands ot Jervvlsh employes having been dismissed and commissars put in charge of Jewish enterprises. The Zion¬ ist organization at Bratislava still continues to function, ac¬ cording to the report, but the Maccabi, Jewish sport society, has been disbanded throughout the country. Bel Baer, leader ot tho Miziachi Organization, has been arrested on trumped up charges. Many Jews are trying lo obtain visas but none is al¬ lowed to take any valuables or ' money. It has been known for some time that preparations for a pogrom in Slovakia were being made and that professional hooligans had been brought to Bratislava to stir up trouble. Czech-speaking Sudeten Ger¬ mans, according to recent re¬ ports, were to bo brought to Prague, to create the ,impre^ sion that the excesses wero or¬ ganized by the Czechs, It had also been known that the Jew¬ ish question in Slovakia was to be solved on the German model and that measures similar to the Nuremberg laws would be issued. It is believed that tho pogrom throughout Slovakia has been in preparation tor sev¬ eral weeks and .had been expect¬ ed to break on April 15, PRAGUE (WNS)—Dispatches from Pllsen, famed brewing cen¬ ter, reported ot attacks on Ger¬ man soldiers In which acid was thrown on them by persons un¬ identified. The attacks were said to have occurred on crowd¬ ed streets last week end. Ger¬ man authorities retaliated hy arresting fifty "Marxists" of Czech nationality and fifty Jews and maintained that the citj' ot Pllsen would be held responsible for Injuries to the BOldiera and damages to their uniforms. (Coutlimod ou I'AKo 4) -¦s^'S'tSi-j-.jfijS.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1939-05-05|
|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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