Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1942-01-23, page 01
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.JHRONICLE ^j\\y^Servinq Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \Jf\^ Vol. 21, No. n COI-UMBUS, OHIO, FlUnAY, .FANUARY 2.1, 1042 DeT0t«4 to Amerleaa and J.wl.h Idwil. DR. LOUIS FINKELSTEIN WILL SPEAK HERE The Rahhi and officers of the East riroad St. Tempie are thla wcelt announcing the visit here of Professor Louis Finkeistein on Monday, Feh. 2nd. On that day, at fi p. m.. Ihe congregation will honor him with a hanquet in the Temple Social Hail, for which invitations have lieen i.s¬ sued. Prof. Finkeistein Is president of the .lewish Theological Sem¬ inary of America, a member of the Peace Committee appoint¬ ed by President Roosevelt, and one of the outstanding Jewish .scholars in the world today. His coming is an event In which every memher of the .lewish community should participate. Prof. Flnkeistein's address at the dinner, will be of timely in¬ terest and importance to all of us, one long to be remembered. Non-members of the congre¬ gation are invited and reserva¬ tions, at $1.00 per plate, may be made by calling the Temple, EV. 4239, or the Rabbi, EV. 6529. Mr. Louis P. Schlezlnger is heading the committee in charge Dr. Jjouts FinkclNteln of the dinner. Further details will appear in the next issue of the Chronicle. The officers of the Temple wish to assure the public that this is to he a no money rais¬ ing affair. There will be no so¬ licitation of funds. NOTED RABBI TO SPEAK HERE TUESDAV EVENING tails of this event are to be an nounced, in a later issue of the Chronicle. —Buy Defense Bonds— JEWISH YOUTH COUNCILi TO HOLD SECOND FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICE JAN. 30 DO YOUR DUTY NOW BY REGISTERING FOR CIVILIAN DEFENSE It's your patrinlir duty to register for civilian defense! Your registration for civilian defense signifies yo\i nre ready to (k) your part in defending your country. Less than ten minutes of your time will be required to com¬ pleto your registration. Here's how: PLACE—East Rasement of Memorial Hall, Office of Vol¬ unteer Defense, or your near¬ est fire house if you are a Co¬ tumbus resident. For persons living outside of ColumVius reg¬ istration dates will be announ¬ ced later when county registra¬ tion plans are completed. TIME—0:00 A. M. to 8:00 P. M- every wcelc day at Memorial Hall; anytime at firehouses. The procedure is simple: Call the Memorial Hall office or your nearest fire house and a volunteer clerk will supply blanks and assist the registrant It's simple. It's easy and it takes little time. RABBI SILVER URGES UNITED STATES TO ARM JEWS OF PALESTINE AT CONFERENCE Jewish War Vets and Auxiliary To Install Officers at Banquet TO ADDRESS B'NAI B'RITH MONDAY EVE Kabbi Morii.s Headlining the next program of the Bryden Rd. Temple Bro¬ therhood on Tuestlay evening, ,[an. 27, will he Rabbi Morris Lazaron of Baltimore, Md., out¬ standing spiritual leader and one of the guiding spirits of national goodwill movement be¬ tween Jews and Christians. His address wiii begin promptly at 8:00 o'clock and is open to the members of the Brotherhood. The guest speaker recently returned from a special trip to England together with leaders of the Catholic and Protestant denominations. While there, they held numerous conferences with varous political and relig¬ ious leaders and made wide¬ spread inspections with the ap¬ proval of the British authorities. Rabbl Lazaron in his talk will report on his experiences and intrepret them in the light of the present world situation. A question and answer period, in which various members of the Brotherhood will participate will follow. Wiiiiam Kahn Is in charge of refreshments to be served at the conclusion oT the meeling. To Present Flag According to Dr. S. D. Edel¬ man, president of the group, the Brotherhood will, on Tuesday, Feb. 10th, present an American Flag to the Otilo State Unlver- Btyl Hlllel Foundation with Im¬ pressive ceremonies. More de- "Youth Looks at the War", Is the topic .to''tW|,dlScuaSed5in0Xt :fe'riaayjjaBhti54aTii-3pi5dJpScli^ at th6 Bnfdett' Hoid 1 ¦liTempte; when the Jewlah Youth Coun¬ cil sponsors its second In its series of Friday night services. 1 The main speakers for this pro¬ gram are Marjorie Wasserstrom and Asher Moser, representa¬ tives of Junior Hadassah and Young Folks Temple League, respectively. The program is as follows: Opening Prayer, Miriam Wint¬ ers: Readers, Thelma Thall, Al Braverman; Word of Welcome, Hannah R. Polster; Closing Prayer, Ann Sclianfarber; Mus¬ ical Selection, Junior Hadassah Choral Group. The social hour, following the services, wiil be in charge of Irene Grossman, Chairman Jane Freidcniierg. Rose Miller, Jeanne Mlckler, Freda Finkle; Ushers, Leon Friedman, Leon¬ ard Polster, Arthur I^leverman, Theodore Finkeistein; Publici¬ ty, Eugene Borowitz and Ma¬ urice Yalman, Ail are welcome. Dll. LOUIS MARK HEADS STAFF AT WHITE CROSS At a staff election at White Cross Hospitai iast week, Dr Louis Mark, 2408 Sherwood road, was named chairman of the staff, It was announced by Dr. Frank Fowler, super¬ intendent _ ot the hospital. Dr. Mark, who aiso operates the Rocky Glen sanltorlum at McConnels ville succeeds D r. W. D. IngUs. Dr. Mark has for many years specialized In m e d 1 cal and surgical diseases of the cheat In Coiumbus and Central Ohio. His contributions In this field have won for him a national reputa¬ tion. Kabbi F. Dnpppit Rabbi Frederic lloppoit, of Fort VVa,vno, Indiana, brilliant leclurer and writer, will be the principal speaker at tho next meeting of Zion Lodge No. ('>2, li'nai D'rith, at the Broad St. Tempie nexl Monday, Jan. 2(;th, at 8:01) p. m. Iiaving achieved a great rep¬ utation as a good-wlii ambass¬ ador, the Rabhl has been In great demand by Interfaith groups, churches, luncheon clubs and school organizations. His message Monday night will be a timely discussion of vital issues of the day. irwin Wolf, the newly-elect¬ ed president will officiate at his firsl meeting of tho new year. Olher officers who are lo as sume their respective stations that evening are: Bemartl Felt linger, first vice-president; Ed Schlezinger, second vice pres. Allan Tarshish, wanlen; Dr, Raiph Jaffee, secretary; Sidney L. Kalz, a.ssl-stant monitor; Harry Goldstein, guardian. A cordial invilation is extend ed lo the ladies to allend. Capitol Post No. 122, of Jew¬ ish War Veterans, and its Lad¬ ies Auxiliary wiii hold a joint insiaiiation al a banquet to bo hold this Sunday, Jan. 2,'>, at (i p. m., al the Broad St. Temjfle. Floyd R. Hartponce, depart- menl commander nf Ohio Am¬ erican Legion, wiil he the i>rin- cipal speaker. Other gliosis who will he presented are: John Duncan, (ith Di.slrict command¬ er of Ohio Amerirtin Legion; Ralph W. McMillan, chairman of Franklin Counly American Legion; Mrs, E. C. McCarley, (ilh District President nf the Ladies Auxiliaiy of American Legion; Mi.ss Nell Flaull, Pres¬ idenl of Franklin County Coun¬ cil Ladies Auxiliary of Ameri¬ can Legion. The newly-elected officers of Capitol Post No. 122, with Sam Mellmar, as the new posl com mander, will be Installed by Warren S. Bloomberg, depart¬ ment commander ot Ohio Jew¬ ish War Veterans, from Mass¬ illon. The newly-elected officers of Ladles Auxiliary will be install¬ ed by Mrs Leo Hpnlgsfeld, de- pajtm^Pt^y^^^ejl^^^^ " Allan i Tarshish, tpast tcom mander o£ Capitol Post, will be toastmaster Jack DePletro, ac cordionlst, will entertain. The following elective and ap polntive officers of Ladles Aux iliary will be Installed: Miss Zelda Dulsky, president; Mrs, Lester Seligson, first vice-pres; Mrs. Tobias Polster. second vice pres.; Mrs. Morris Lessure, sec'y.; Mi's. Herman Jacobs, ireasurer; Mrs. .Sam Goldman, judgo advocate: Mrs. Jack Kauff¬ man, chaplain; Mrs. Herman Seigel, Conductress; Mrs. Wm, lironor, ass't. conductress; Mes- (kiMu'H, .\he Bonowltz, David C'IjEVEI.A N D ( wns 1 -Dr. Ab- ha Ililiel Silver, national chair¬ man nf the United Palestine Appeal, declared that PalesUne is as much an American as British fronl and urged that the United Slates arm the Jews of Palestine, In the principle aflfircss al the two-day National Cnnference for Palestine in the principle address at the two- da.v National Conference for Palestine held hero al the Stat¬ ler Hotel. Speaking hefore more than 1.20(1 delegates from ali parts of the country. Dr. Silver em- Iihaslzed that "an Allied defeat in Palestine, even as an Allied defeat in Singapore, would Iirove as costly and as danger¬ ous to America as to flreat Britain." Stressing the position of Palesline as an Imjxirlant fac¬ tor in the post-war reconstruc¬ tion of Europe, he stated that I'alestine could ab.sorb, in a rel¬ atively short time, "2,000,000 to 4,000,000 Jews from the crowded and economically tensloned centers of Central and Eastern Europe." Among the other speakers at the conference which marked the 60lh anniversary of Jewish colonization effort in Palestine, were David Ben Gurlon, chaii^ man o£ .the. executive council I'asior and Mi.ss Bertha Dulsky, iruslees; Mrs, Louis dra.ssman,! ,|ii refineries," Ho guard; Mrs. Herman Kaplan, hk, y.^. of Haifa it^Pa. ^.. .-, Dr. Israel Goldstew, president, of the Jewish National Fund/ ' In his address, Mr. Ben Gur¬ lon stated that a Jewish Nation¬ al Commonwealth In Palestine was the only solution for the post-war Jewish problem and declared that Jews have a right to their own army, tighting un¬ der its own flag, as are each ot the United Nations fighting Hitler. Rear Admiral Stirling discus.s- ed the military importance of I'aloslino, stressing the loyally of ils ,lowish residents and e.s- pecally ils "two great conlrilju- lors—Haifa Harbor and the new tated that pivotal i'atrioiic Officer: Mrs. Sam Mell-' |,-|.se for an Allied fleet operat man. Historian; Mosdamos, Edj mg in the Middle Eastern area Fishor, Jay liarnotl, Joe Fold-] \y^^^^ restored the art of seafar- man, Sam l.ichenslein, Morris i,,^ jg Uio .lowish people afler Skilken, Joe Tii|)<>iosky, boardj ^ lapse of 2,000 years. mombers: Mesdames, Frank Bayer, Jess Beards, Jay Harn¬ ett, Wilkins, Ed Fisher, color bearers; Mrs. Barney Donnan, musician. B'NAI B'RITH SALE OF DEHENSE BONDS HITS S1(K),000 GOAL RABBI DOPI'EIjT will. ADDRESS GROUPS HERE Rabhl Frederic A. Doppell, of Fort Wayne, Ind., who wlli be in Columbus on Monday, Jan- 26lh, to address Zion Lodge No. 62, B'nal B'rlth, will also speak on Tuesday, Jan. 27lh, at South High School In the morning; al the Marcator Club at noon and over WHKC radio station at 4:15 p. m., according to arrange¬ ments made by Allan Tarshlsh. —Bny Defense Bonds— Zion Lodge's goal of $100,000 in Defense Bonds has been at¬ tained, according to Ben Yenk¬ in, chairman of the B'nal B'rith Commiltee in charge of sales for these government securities. Having reached its quota, does nol necessarily indicate that the work uf this group Is ended Mr. Yenkin said. The Commillee of 15 members will continue to function for the duration of the war and Its services are lo be forthcoming to all desiring to purchase Defense Bonds. Two more organizations this week Joined the ranks of those which bought Defense Bonds. They are Alpha Delta Tau and A. Z. A. For Yonr Next Printing JobI WIiT Hot OaU The Jowlib Chtonleto vaotK AD. tau Emphasizing the role of Pal- oslino as a post-war refuge. Dr. Stephen S. Wise declared Ihat Palestine "now stands pre paro<l to provide opportunities for tho rehabilitation" of hun¬ dreds of thousands of Jews made homeless by persecution and war. Dr. Israel Goldstein revealed that Jewish settlements on land belonging lo the Jewish Nation al Fund had Increased produt lion by titty percent In order to feed the garrisons In the Near East. Messages of support and praise were received from am _ bassadors and diplomats of many of the Allied Nations. A cabled message from the Amer¬ ican Ambassador lo Great Brit ain John G. Winant, expressed appreciation for "the great con¬ tribution made lo democracy by Jews in Palestine." A message from Secretary ot the Navy Frank Knox declared that "Pal¬ esline Is a thom in the flank v of Hitler and Amercans must ^\ sharpen that thom." Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau f ' (Continued on Fage 8) j4 '%' ¦ A"
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1942-01-23|
|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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