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Central Ohio's Only Jewish Jfcicspaper Headline Every Borne A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME Devoted to American and Jevfish IdeaU ¦••••»«••¦•"••••• Pn»M«-««*ii"t-l| 4 Vohimc XVII—No. 216 C0LUMI5U.S, OHIO, ]'FIJKL'ARY 11, W.I.S I'lT Yoar .'?.?.00; Per Copy 10c i'l 11^ ¦ ! Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Everywhere By rillNEAS i. BIRON JEWISH AFEAIKS I'rivftte conferences aro Roinp on among the most imiiortant national ilcwinh or^anization<; with a view to forminj! a hort u£ Board of .Iew¬ ish Dciiuties, rcpic3entin(5 all these organiitations, which would bo the only authoritative American Jewish body for tlic defcnso of Jewish rights . . . Maurico Jacobs, whuso ivorlt ns executive secretary put tho Jewish Public.ition Society bn the map, discovered to hia amazement thnt a New York col¬ umnist reported that tlie Society's prize-winning Jewish novel, "To¬ morrow's Bread," wus being issued by "another publijihing house after it hnd been refused eveiywhero else , , , Tho fact is that Jacobs got this publisher to put out a trado is'suc , . . Incidentally, Ben- trice Bisno, who authored the no¬ vel, is the daughter of Abraham Bisno, whoso Gtiicago bbok shop was the Mecca of Windy City in¬ tellectuals a generation ago . . . The first constructive idea we'vo heard in a long time for ending the knshruth,racket comes from Rnbbi Gershom Hadas of Kansas City, "who proposes a consumers' ka*ih- ruth cooperative to scU kosher meat and poultry 'directly to its members . . . Add to the Jewish press the Jev/ish People's "Voice, new organ of the Jewisli People's Committee . . . Did you know that thc title of Herzl's famous hook "Altneuland" doesn't mean "Old- Newland" at all? . . . Hcrz! got the word from the name of the famous Altneuschul in thc Prague ghetto . . . But he did,n't know that the name of thc synagogue was based not on the German words "alt-neu," meaning "old- new," but on the Hebrew word "Altnai," which means "on condi¬ tion" . . . Tho builders of tho synagogue chfiso that namo bc- — carise they wanted to 'make it clear that they ^ould abandon thc syniifeogue when the coming of the Messiah would enable them to re¬ turn to Jerusalem . . . ANTI-JEWISn AFFAIRS That outburst of boQing that greeted Representative Hamilto.n Fish when ho denounced Nazis nnd Communists nt the anti-Nazi rally in New York wns the work noi of Communists but of a clacque of Nazis planted in the "gallery . , . Reversing the adage about ono man's meat being another's poison, a couple stationery stores are sel¬ ling suppressed copies of 'Voeiie containing Cecil Beaton's micro¬ scopic anti-Semitic slurs—throw¬ ing in magnifying lenses for the 75-cent sales price . . . Incidental¬ ly, those blurs might never havo been discovered if Bcatoii hadn't gono around bragging about his slick trick . . . And he hasn't been able to get on any other magazine since his forceij retirement from Vogue . . . Many of tho leading German language dailies, including thoso that are not Nazi, refused to accept ads for the March of Time newsreel "Inside Nazi Germany" . , . And Fortune Magazine, v;hich is owned by tho aame people who produced that newsreel, haa lost its advertising contract with thc German government , . . But wo still claim that Nnzi pressure is used to keep tho film in circulation , • . And in thig we have thc sup¬ port of Martin Proctor, former sce¬ nario department manager of tho great German film company UFA, who says, in tho New York Eve¬ ning Post, that most of the March of Time film ts "footago from of¬ ficial German ncwsreels" . . . Un¬ ion hosiery workera who arc figlit- ing tho boycott of Japanese silk say that much of tho lisle hosiery being buggcsted as a substitute is Nazi-mado . . . Cuba may be thc next locale of an outburst of an¬ ti-Jewish agitation , . , Dr, Hans Daxlandon, a New Yorlc Nazi agent, has been making secret trips to Havana fov the lust few months to stir up anti-Jewish feel¬ ing ., . New York's chief magis¬ trate has a Ben*.o of humor , , I'e'tt assigned Myles Paige, JJifcgro CatliAlie magistrate to hear cases tn Yorkvillo on the squabbles in¬ volving Nr is . • , Germany has confiscated Arnold Bernstein's 4ihipping niLea,'hut the BeniQlein ships arriving in New Yoik still fly the Bernstein house flag . , , lYtUEIGN AI^FA;i!S The "Rumania for tho Rurauni- (Contittuei or^ page i) Jr. Hadassah Donor Affair To Be Held Sunday Evening Misi fteleii RLone, ChaiL-man, nnnouiiccfi llmt pliinn havo liocn complrted for tlio sixth annual Jr. HadnHa:iti dunur affnir to bn licld in Oio form of a luncheon this Sundny, l-'cb. IW, nt Ihe Fort IIayc3 Hotel ut 1 p. m. Mn. Txioh M. Godofflky, ProRram Chainnan, Ims Italian Paper Raps Pres. Roosevelt As "Tool" Of Jev/s Rabbi S. N. Bazcll secured Rabbi Solomon N. Bazcll, of the Temple B'rith Sholom of Louisville, Ky., as the guest spcak- Rabbi Bazcll is recognized as a leader in civic affairs through his activities on the Peace Actiona Committee and the Louisville Pub¬ lic Fosum, In Jeivish circles he has! sei-ved as President of the Louisville Zionist Organizations, is a member of the Executive Com¬ mittee of thc Louisville Conference of Jewish Organizations and has been delivering a series of weekly broadcasts on "The Trend of the Times" over station W. II. A. S. He is a member of the Social Jua¬ tice Commission of th". Central Conference of American Rabbia and a member of the Board of Managers of thc Union of Ameri¬ can Hebrew Congregations- His addresses before civic religious bodies have been received with enthusiasm. Other features of tho Donor Luncheon include musical selec¬ tions by Mrs. Melville Frank, pian¬ ist; Harry Greenblatt, vocalist; Alice Merrill Shirey, violinst and her accompanist, Marie Kegel- meycr. The Donor event is one of thc most important in thc calendar of Jr. Hadassah as it is the one effort this young women's Zionist organi¬ zation makes each year to cam money to meet tho local chapter's Palestinian quota. Proceeds arc used to faupport * nurses training schools, children's villages, and citrus farms in Palestine. In this country, Hebrew education is spon¬ sored. Funds aro raised for this occasion by selling advertisements fov tho program year book,- by money earned for this purpose by members of thc local unit, and by the support of people who list themselves in the year book as "Well Wishers", their children as ".Towels", or by subscribing as a a patron. These latter features have been under the chairmanship of Miss Dorothy Katz who has submitted the lists as follows: Woll WlBhflB: Dr. unil Mrn. B. W. Aluainoon, Mr. ana Mis Itonben Ab- riinitjon. Ml'. Til Biilloy, Dr. 1,. U.iBeli, Mr. und Mis. M. lluliii, Mr. anit Mro^ A. H. Ucnilcr, 5Ir. ond MrH. J. li. Bor¬ llncr, Mr. und Mi-.'i. Marie Herman. Mr. (Mlbort UoniHteln, Dr. K Hlaslicrir, Ulootn rur Oo, Mrs. T.co llinnlielnt. MlBii Uilytho llrlcr, Mr. Jack Vrlii, Mr, A. C. Xlror.loy, Buikoi'h Itc'ituu- (Contlnued ou pago 2) ROME (WNS) —Tho growing nnti-Scmilic campaign in the Ital¬ ian press wan given renewed impe¬ tus with the publication of a lurid article in II Regime Fascista de¬ nouncing Prcsidont Jlooscvelt and the American diplomatic service as tools of Jew.*? and tlie conver¬ sion to anti-Semitism of Corricro Padano, Maishiil Italo Balbo'5 paper, which had previously been- pro-Jewish, Corriere Padano ac¬ claimed the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" which lias been published in n new Italian edition. II Regime Fascista's article, writ>- tcn by Giovanni Graziosi, editor of tho Italian edition of the "Proto¬ cols," asserted that Jews were trying to destroy Latin civilization through thc agency of the United States. "Not a day pas.ses," he wrote, "but President Eoosevelt blow.s soup bubbles into; the air lo exasperate the authoritarian powers. The soap, ia Jewish and Masonic; the bubble is his own." Graziosi also said that Roosevelt's mc^Jsage to Congress on armament indicates that ho is supporting "North American Jewish policies" and that "ho is being guided by Jew.s, the only ones who aro pre¬ paring for war." Tho Fascist writer charged that President Wil¬ son had "held the olive branch of a .Iewish freemasons' place," im¬ posing "on the w'orld tho Jewish Leaguo of Nations" while Roose¬ velt imposed "the Pan-American Conference, the former a synago¬ gue, the latter another synagogue." Will Address B'nai B'rith Monday Eve. Aliens Barred From N. y.'s Tree Colleges NKW YORK (WNS)—New Yorlc City's fieo colleges aro bar¬ red to refugees from European ienda us well as to all other aliens, tho Board of Higher Education ruled in rejecting tlio pleu of an alien who sought admission to one of tho colleges. Tho ruling was ba&ed on Chapter 407, Section 1143 of tho lans of 192G, which amends the education law to pro¬ vide that "the board shalt furnish the.beiieJitB of collegiate education gialuiloubly to citizens who aro actual lesidcnta of tho city and v;ho aro quuliilcd for admission to any re[;ular und^'rgraduuto cour.'.ij,.." 'i'lio effect of tlio rul¬ ing is to exclude refugees und aliens I'roin.City College, Huuter College, Brooklyn Cullcgo aud Queens College. England Seeks Means Rights In Riunania LONDON (WNS)—The., Britiab Government is studying what im- mediate acti9n it may take to pro¬ tect minority rights of the Jew3 of Rumania, Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden told tho House of Commons during a debate on the Rumanian situalion precipitated by Col. Josiah Wedgwood, Labor¬ ite, who asked whether Britain was consulting the United States to obtain the mcst effective results in order to guarantee tho preser¬ vation of Je^vish rights in Ruma¬ nia. Eden said that Eiigland was examining the matter to determine what steps "might bo considered useful in these circumstances to protect minority rights," and point¬ ed out that the British arabassa- dov in Bucliarest had reminded the Eumanian foreign minister of England's interest in tho mlnori- ties treaties. In reply to Colonel Wedgwood, Eden icminded the House that the United States did not hnvo the samo interest as England i^nd Franco in the minorities treaty be¬ cause it was not a. member of the Leaguo of Nations and had not ratified the treaty. When Colonel Wedgwood asked 'is the interest of America in this matter moro a humanitarian than a treaty in¬ terest!" Eden said that "as far as tho United States is concerned I must leave that to them. I do not think I conld facilitate nn ap¬ proach from this side." Carrington T. Marshall Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Ohio, Carrington T. Marshall will speak on "Bran¬ deis and Cardozo" at tho next open meeting of Zion Lodgo, B'nai B'rith, Monday, Fob. 14, at the East Broad St. Temple. At no timo in tho history of American Jowry have there been two such outstanding personalities to grace the Supreme Court oi' U. S, as Lonis D. Brandeis and Benjamin N. Cardozo. According to Wm. Wasserstrom, B'nai B'rith president, Zion Lodge is very for¬ tunato in securing an authority on Law ns Judge Marshall to dis¬ cuss these two men of our highest tribunal. Judge Marshall needs no intro-, duction to tho local Jewish com-< munity. He has many personal lifo long friends among them an^ hos always had<a high regard fop the contributions thc Jewish peo¬ ple Jiavc made lo the great Ameri¬ can democracy. With a record of over 30 yeara experience at t|ie Bai^and 12 years-aorvie* si'a.fl^ Justice, Judgo Marshall is helSj in high esteem thruout Ohio. Hi!, message Monday night should not bo missed by the B'nai B'rith mem¬ bership. Thc meeting is open to members, their wives and frionds and wiH bej^in promptly at 8'clock. Future Of Judaism "In America" As Seen By Rabbi Steinberg _ NI'IW yOKK:—A pica thnt "re¬ ligious culturalism" prevail over tho purely icligious, tlio purely cultural, llio purely philanthrop¬ ic, and tho completely un-Jcwish tieiiiis in the lile of Jews in Amer¬ ica WU!, made by Doctor Milton Sieinlierg, Kabbi of the Park Avc¬ nuo Synagogue of New York, in speaking to thn GOO lepresonta- livcs attending the Second Annual Seminary Conference on Jewish Alfaiis ut the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. In support of his plea for "religious cultural- iiin," Doctor Steinberg said: "The mobt supei-fieial glance re¬ veals that five distinctive patterns of Jewlfeh living are being created . , . There exists in American Is¬ rael a growing body of Jews whose Jcv.'ishnoss can bo characterized as that of the empty vessel, Igno- la Guest Speaker For Linen Shower Of Local Hadassah New Regulations Double Tax Rate For German Jews BERLIN (WNS)—The income tax burden on tens of thousands of Jewish families was moro than doubled by administrative changes in the tax law which deny tax¬ payers exemption in behalf of Jowish children. Adopted during the cabinet crisis, the chilnges force Jcwiiih taxpayers in all income groups to pay the same taxes re¬ gardless of the number of child dopendcnts. Under tho new regu¬ lations a Jew earning 250 murlcs a month and having one child will have to pay 14.3 marks per month as compared with 10.02 before' Taxpayers with thrco children for¬ meily paid only 4,10 marks and those with two children, 7.8' marks, Tlio law also piovidca that di- voiCQd or widowed persons ov^r a certain age who were forrncrly al¬ lowed to pay the married tax rate must now pay tho singlo lutc, if they huvo u Jewish child, thus inoio than doubling the tax. To Speak Mere Rabbi Steinberg will speak here on Monday ovening, Feb. 28 at the Broad St. Temple. He como<3 to Columbu-s under B'nai B'rith aus¬ pice-,. %mn Sf Jem London Times Urges Jews- To Protest Against Partition LONDON (WNS-Palcor Agency) —In an editorial the London Times of February 7th protests against Great Britain's whittling down o£ the Balfour Declaration and points out that tho Arabs would not have drifted into the practice of terror¬ ism without thc encouragement of tho anti-Zionists not only of Palcs¬ tino but also of ¦Whitehall aud Westminster. 'Zionism has really not had a fair chance," the writer points out. "The Peel Commission complicated the problem by crys¬ tallizing tho Arab opposition and enlarging its demands, losing tight of tho original intention df the British Government to givo tiie Jews a National Home in Pales¬ tine—and not in just a little bit of Palestine." After pointing out the various pledges mado by Great Britain to tho Jewinh peoplo and after re¬ counting the fact that tho Arabs hava obtained three states of their own, the writer refers to the danger inherent in tlio division of Palestine, which must become a Jewish State. Tha editorial further advises thc Jewa to insist on tho wholo area "from Dan to Becrsheba," and assures them of ultimate success. The Times al'io wavns the British peoplo not to ciipide British prestige and Biilihh interests by breqking thu Palestine Mandate. unit of their own past, untouched hy .Jewish belief, uninspired by traditional moral patterns, unassoci- ated with Jewish institutions, in¬ stitutions indifferent to the future of .Judaism, their Jcwislmcss con¬ sists only in their feeling that they aro Jews, and Vhat other Jews, nnd what is more important. Gen¬ tiles, regard them as such. It is the part nf wisdom to attempt to make a virtue of necessity and at¬ tempt to fill theso empty vessels with significant content. "Among American Jews there arc hundreds whose Jewishness ex-r presses itself only in philanthropy and thc repelling of hostility, Tlic T^hets and sages too wore con- ^/Jf-^'bijit .t;he- setiurity of tile L'*fSf certainly they vrcro philan- ^ro'pists; Yet it would'be a tra¬ gic irony of history if this wero all that were to feur^ive from their heritage. "Tho third pattern of Jewish living perceptible in America is that which might well bo desig¬ nated as the synagogue suspended in space—one interest, the interest in worship and the translation of worship into action. In practice, it has led to a Jcwrshncss too truncated and anaemic to be cither meaningful or self-sustaining. "Thc fourth pattern is Jewish humanism, the attitude that Juda¬ ism is a culture or civilization in which religion, whatever may have been its function in the past, now possesses no place, Thc Jew who p.L0cccd3 from such a presupposi¬ tion is interested in tho Hebrew language and literature, in Jewish educational agencies and trends in Palestine as a cultural center of world Jewry, in Jewish art, music and belles Icttres. Under such n form of Jewish living, the Jew is enriched as an individual by Jew¬ ish culture and stimulated hy acti¬ vities that are creative. "Heis,asan American citizen,the more valuable because ho brings to the treasury of American spirit¬ uality tho unique and divergently colored contLibutions of another civilization. It is meaningful, use¬ ful, stimulating, this secular cul¬ turalism—and it is not enough. "First, because it is not truo to tho historic character of Judaism. Second, bccauso f>ccular culturalism (Continued tm page S) ANNOUNCE SERMONS Rabbi Nathan Zclizer will speak at tho East Broad St. Templo, Fri¬ day, Feb. IB, at B p. m. on tho sub¬ ject entitled, "Our Shiiting Moods." Cantor Eugcno Gottesnilan will con¬ duct tho ttiiditlnnal sei'vicea. All nro welcome. Eabbi Mordecai Hirschsprung will speak at the Agudath Achiin Cong., otl Sotuiday moining at 10 a. m, on the subject of "Ethics und Aestlietlcs". On the f ollowi'in; Sat¬ uiday, Feb. 19, his subject for the sabbath niOining servico will bu ["llcason and Impulsii". MRS. £. SHAPIRO Mrs. Sylvia Lamport Shapiro of Cleveland will be the gucat speaker for the annual linen shower to be given by tlic Columbus chapter of Hadasaah on next Tuesday, Feb. 15, at 2 p. m. at the Bryden Road temple. Mrs. Shapiro, a native ot New Yoik, is a graduate of Hunter College, New York City. Her in¬ terest in Hadassah began with her participation in the work of Junior Hadassah of which organi¬ zation sho was a vice president of thc New York Council, AL the present time Mrs. Shapiro is vice president of the Cleveland chapter of senior Hadassah. She has made several trips to Palestine, the hiost recent being this past summer. The musical program for this occasion will includo Aaron Cohen, child pianist, and Mr. Harold Edel¬ son, violinist, accompanied by Miss Miriam Winliors. Mrs. Martin Eosenthai, chair¬ man of the linen Shower, and Mrs Harry Freidcfiberg, co-chairman, announco that various committees have been canvassing Jewish com¬ munities in surrounding towns with unusual success. They gratefully acknowledge their contributions. Tiio public ie invited and cash do¬ nations or linens will be appreciat¬ ed for this project. Tea will bc served by Mrs. Ben Levison, hos¬ pitality chairman and her com¬ mittee, Hadassah board members will meet for luncheon in honor of the guest speaker Tuesday, Feb. 15, at 12 noon, at the Ft. Hayes Hotel. Priest Breaks With Babbi Who Backs Mercy Killings WASHINGTON, D. C.,(WNS)— Because Rabbi Sidney E. Goldstein of tho i'leo Synagogue bus en¬ dorsed mercy killings, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joiin A. Ryan, diiector of thc department of social action of the Catholic Welfaro Conference has declared that henceforth It will bE; impossible for liini to co¬ operato in any movoment ov cause with Dr. Goldstein. In a letter to Dr. Goldstein, Dr. Ryan expressed surprise 'at fiuding tho rabbi's namo among the membeis uf tlio advisory boaid of the National Society for tho Legislation uf Eu¬ thanasia and declared "your mem¬ bership in this organization to promote legalized murdor makes it impossible for mc hencet'uilh to coopei'alu witii you in any move¬ ment or for iiny cuu^ie vhatsoovyr," To Address Hillel Forum Sunday Eve. Eabbi Solomon N. Bazcll, of Temple B'rith Sholom, Louisville, Ky., will bo tho guest spealtcr at tiie Sunday Supper Forum, this Sunday'at the B'nai Ilillel Founda¬ tion, 46—16th Ave. The subject he will discuss is "The Jew Faces tho World." Tho supper which is to begin promptly at G p. m., will bo followed by the speaker and the forum. TEL AVIV (WNS)—In a farewell address before a throng of thou¬ sands whicli filled the Exhibition Building to oveiflowing. Dr. Chaim ¦Weizmann, President of tho Jcw¬ isli Agency for Palestine, cliarged tlio Briti.sh government with shackling the creative powers of the Jewish people, and causing nn economic crisis which is not the fault of thc economic stiucluro of thc yishub but the result of an "artificially created" political sit¬ uation. Declaiing that thc RoyAl Commission was "incorrect" in its conclusion that the British Man¬ dato is unworkable. Dr. Weiz¬ mann said tlmt the Palestine Gov¬ ernment had failed in giving it a 'fair chance". While any form of partition involves a "real sacrifice" on tho part of all Jews, they arc being asked to make this sacrifice to make pofasible the realization of the cs.sential ideal and to insure thc scope of continuous .Tewish im¬ migration for establishing a com¬ prehensive Yishub of several mil¬ lions," ' Dr. Weizmann asserted. Palestine was precious to all Jews and not merely to the "Neinsajyer" (opponents to partition), Dr. Weiz¬ mann said.' In discussing partition he said: "Knowing thc desperate position of thc Jews in the Diaspora Jew¬ ish leaders sliould bo eager to im¬ prove the offer (of a Jcwi.sh state) without destroying it by short¬ sighted tactics and strengthening our enemies who seek the liquida¬ tion of tho Jewish National Home and the securing of an Arab stoto with a Jewish minority." In the courso of his speech, which he delivered under the auspices of thc General Zionist Confederation, thc world Zionisi leader said: "On leaving the country I fim greatly heartened by what I have seen. I do not wish to minimize rile suffering ivhich the Yishuv has endured. But I havo been enor- nioublyimpressed with the strength and resources of the Yishuv which arc a permanent force and will continue to grow. I will tell Lon¬ don that it is impossible to reach an anangcment on this hemisphere without considering this force: Tho conclusion of tlie Royal Commis¬ sion that the Mandate is unwork¬ able is definitely incorrect. The mandate never hud a fair chance from thoso who wero entrusted with its administration ond that is whoi'o the Palestine Govern¬ ment has failed. Yet we cannot ignore the Commission's view concerning the Mandate's unwork- Marionette Show To Feature Council Meeting 'St. George and the Dragon' nnd 'Columbine's Birthday' will be the two presentations of the Marjorie Batchelder's marionettes Wednes¬ day at 3:30 p. m. at the Bryden Road temple. Tho show is spon¬ sored by thc education committee of tho Council of Jewisll Women of which Mrs. Mark Feinknopf is chairman. Thoso who do not have course tickets, can purchase tick¬ ets at tho door. The hour has been set to accomodate junior and senior high school students who wish to attend. Miss Batchelder, a member of the Ohio Stato university art de¬ partment, is also at present spon¬ soring a cluss in puppitry at the Columbus art gallery. nbility, a view wiiich has been of¬ ficially endorsed by the British Government, "Any form of partition involved a real .sacrifico on thc part of every ,lcw. P.ilcstine is equally precious to all Jews and not mere¬ ly to tho 'Ncinsngor.' If we are asked to make ihi-s sacrifice it is only to make po.ssihle the realiza¬ tion of our essential ideal and to insure the scope of continuous Jewish immigration for establish¬ ing a comprehensive Yishuv of several millions. Knowing our desperate position in the Diaspora, Jewish leaders should bo eager to improve this offer and not destroy it by short-sighted tactics that servo to strengthen our enemies, who seek to bring nbout tho liqui¬ dation of tho Jewish National Homo and to secure an Arab state with a Jewish minority. "A battle is now being waged in the outside world between tho forces of darkness and tho forces of enlightenment. Our neighbors havo mado a compact with the forces of darknesa, but our fate- is linked with the forces of en¬ lightenment. England has always exaggerated tlie forces Cf the crude and underrated our creative ca- Iiacity. We havo had enough com¬ missions and do not need any new onea. Nevertheless, England must once and for all decide on a con¬ structive policy for thc future and wo will cooperate. Great Britain's help in the rebirth of our nation is the most supremo test for Brit¬ ish statesmanship. Our position is not like that of 1917. Thc ground is crumbling under our feet. The anti-Semitic front eov- ers a large part of Europe and it is ouv duty to mobilize all ouv forc¬ es for maximum and immediate immigration and colonization. "Mr. Ormshy-Goro (Colpingl_ Sceretni-Si) has said in Pa'riTaScnt'' that ibo economic condition of Palestine arouses anxiety. We aro anxious too, particularly sinco he failed to explain the reasons fov hia anxiety. First they create an artificial situation and then they utilizo it for justifying limitations. It is quite dear that if ouv crea¬ tive powers aro shackled a crisis will bo inevitable. What is to blame is not the economic struc¬ ture of tho Yishuv but the political stato that has been created arti¬ ficially. I am confident that if, wo fortify a fair area wherein wo will be our own masters, it will be "Athchnlta Dcgeulah" (the be¬ ginning of. our salvation). Wilis Prize Por Book On Race Relations NEW YORK (WNS)—"Wo Americans," first hand study of the ethnic composition'of the city of Burlington, Vermont, and the community problems that lesult from it, by Elin L. Anderson, has been awarded the tliiid annual John Anibfield prize of 51,000 which-was Cilabliahed in 1031 by Mrs. Edith Anisjield Wolf of Cleve¬ land iu memory of her father for thu puiposo ot encouraging and rewarding the production of good books in the field of racial rolatioii- sliips, cithex" lieic or abroad. Tho book is iniblislied by tho lluivuid Univeisity Preas, 34LlocaI~TeopIeArel Listed In Who's Who/ In Amer. Jewry J Thirty-four residents of Colum¬ bus uro listed among the 10,140 noted Jews included in tlic 1038- 1930 edition of WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN JEWRY, tho Third in a scries of such complications, edited by John Simons and publiah¬ ed by tho National News Associa¬ tion, Inc., 72 Fifth Ave, New York City. ' Thc Local personages included in tho new edition follows: Abr.imson. BcnJ. 'Wm., ph>s. llCLliiniLti, Tlicoilore K., liruf. KiiUtiHuti, Alfred A., liiwyer lUunibcrfr, Henry, urpf. llycr. Herbert, uiKurtlsllig 13(lelrnnn, .Sumucl II., pli^u I-'olbul, Julius C, renlcor tlolilbiiii,', Kll^nbotli fjohllieri,', Mnn Is, aare. Guodmiin, Utlword J. Gooilnifin, .Touopli C , lutv ilnodmaii, H. J,, K>n<!COloielsL liordon, li^lljali J, nliys. GopMlon. llov.i llcitrlco Oiounwalil, I.uoiiolil, rnbltl . i;:uiiat.>rii1ielniL*i-, A., muruliiint Uup, Samuel Maicu», labbl ' Hit sell, GuutdV, enar lllr.-,ohH[)iuiiK. SI II. tcai'lnsr HlrHclispruoi!:, Mordt'i-al, r.ibbl Kunlan. lldriy. r.ibbl Katz, IVultor, molal blolior IjazuniH. l-'red, Jr, vXfO, ljj.:Lirua, hlmon, exec - Ijovlnifor, Llo J-, labbl V UJCItAVa. Mai-li, Loots, lili>'< ' Slttyttr, It. H. K., l.^w^«^' Nuimt.Ldt, U. 11, u.ilB-i mKl- Ischunraibiir, Ii:il\^ln J.i lawyer Hcliltf, Itoburt. Um, iituicliailL ^Li.'al, ^.iniuel liUiiiy, infr 'Popor, lua^oie, lawji-r ^Scllncr, Nathan, rahlil Canadian Fascists Threaten March On Capital MONTREAL (WNS)—Angered by Minister Justicu Eriieijli La- poiiito's announcement in thc llouiie uf Coiiiniuns that tlie Ca¬ nadian government v/ould investi¬ gate Fascist und Nazi activities in Quebec I'luvhibj, Adrian Arcand, leader of thu Canadian X«'uscist Party warned thc government tiiat Memorial Tablet To Be Unveiled Sunday This Sunday afternoon (to-mo> row) at 3 o'clock, amemorialtablet, donated by Mrs. Roso Rosenberg and son of Athens, 0., in memory of their husband and father, will be unveiled at tho Agudath Achim synagogue, cor, Washington and Donaldson Sts. On this occnsion a speciol service, in the presence of tho family, frionds and worajiipers, will be conducted by tho Rabbi and cantor to which the Jewish -com¬ munity of Columbus and surround¬ ing towns is coirdially invited. Mr. A. Goldberg, honorary chairman, will present tho tablet to the congregation on behalf of the Rosenberg family. Martin Rosenlhal, active chairman of tho affair and Morris A. Gertner, pres¬ ident of tho congregation nnd.Ja- cob Krakowitz, chairman of the board, will extend greetings nn be¬ half Of the mcmborship and board. Rabbi Mordecai Hirschsprung will be the pvtncipal speaker and Cantor P. Gellman will chant ap¬ propriate hymns nnd conduct tho Miiiclia services. The El Molei Rachim will bo chanted in nicinory of Ben JRosenborg and also for other departed members upon re¬ quest. I'ollowing tho ceremony nnd aer¬ vices, an appreciation tea will bs served in tho veatry rooms under tho auspices of the .Junior sister¬ hood. ho would lead Ids bluo shirts to Ottawa to "allow Ernest Liipointu what we are." At the aame timo Premier Mauvico Duplcs&ls of Que¬ bec and Premier Mitchell Hep¬ burn of Ontario minhuized dtipurts of X<'ai!cist activities in thoir pro¬ vinces.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1938-02-11|
|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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