Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1942-03-13, page 01
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^^ JfflRQMCLE "SlW// Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \V/AIK Vol. 21, No. II <OI>r.MlirH, OHIO, MARCH 13, 1942 DpvotPd to Amnrlean nnd Jnwiflh Idnsln Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Everywhere B.V Phlneas ,1. Blron Anti-Semitic Blaclt Legion Worli.s Openly In Detroit m THINGS TO NOTE Note lo editors: Plea.se inves¬ tigate Section 8 of the bill known a.i HH oa.™, which has heen passed hy the House of Representatives and now is pending hefore the Senate Imml gration Committee . . . Because it differentiates between foreign- born and native American citi¬ zens . . . Its enactment might easjly lead to abuses in the can¬ cellation of the citizenship of foreign-horn Americans . . . Wc had always thought that the only difference between native and foreign-horn citizens was Ihe ineligihilily of a naturalized cilizen for the Presidency, elc. . . . Were wp wrong? . . . Note to wives; "The man who com- Iilains of underdone chops al a time lilte this is ;) minor trait¬ or," declares Dr. Abraliam My- crson, writing in the Survey Craphic . . . Iiut, just to prove that he isn't iirejudiccd in favor of the fairer sex. he goes on to lag as (¦()iiall>' treasonable pelty way "the housewife who fusses tjecaiisc of the minor de¬ relictions of Ihe maid" . . THE WAR EFFORT Active in making life happier for Jewish soldiers on leave is Mrs. Frank Weil of New York, who Is working hard as vlce- cJialiWjan of the Greater New Sell Easter Seals To Aid Crippled Children OKTROIT (.IPS)—Despite the war apd talk of American unity, this city, notorious for Its niack Legion, has another such organ, ization called the National Work¬ ers League", which is' openly pro- Nazi and anti-Semitic. George E. Deatherage is claimed as a Nat¬ ional Committee member of the group. William Dudley Pelley, Silver Shirter, is also connected wilh the organization. Deather¬ age and Pelley are avowed anti- Semites, beatherage recently pre¬ cipitated a national storm of pro¬ tests when it was revealed thai he was working, on a $2.'),n00,O0O naval construction project. It is learned here that last week the National Workers Lea¬ gue met and discussed, among other things, the Roosevelt Ad¬ ministration, the .Tews and Ihe Hrilish. Following the line set by derm, any, Oarland T. Alderman, Lea¬ gue .Secretai-y, asserted Ihal Roosevelt is making a mistake by connecting himself with tbe Hritish. "The idea of fighting for Hrilish Imperialism," Alderman st.ited, "making the woi-ld .safe for Communism, and for Impos¬ ing the .lewish international- banking system on all peoples of the world in the name of the Atlantic Charter, written with¬ out legal authority by Roosevelt and Churchill when our nation ^as suppQsed, tp,be, neutral,.la Bright ly colored lOasler Seals will be sold fo provirle funds for the work of Ihe FrankUn Counly Society for Crippled Children during the period of Mar. inth to F,aster. Ap¬ ril r)lh. with a com- [( mlttee of 5n prom¬ inent Col u m b us and Franklin Coun- I ly citizens serving on the Easier Seal Sale Committee, it was announ¬ cefl loday by Mrs. Herbert O. Caldwell, Chairman for the So¬ ciely and for the drive. Ileadf|uarters for the sale are at lino East Hroad SI. where vol. unteer workers are preparing sheets of the seals for mailing to prospective givers. A sheet of lOn .seals sells for Sl.on. The funds are used lo provide summer camping, artificial limbs, braces, supports, wheel chairs, special shoes and vocalional Iraining where needed. "Faster promises spring, sun- shlne and flowers; new life, hope and courage. Let us again dedi¬ cate ourselves to Ihe task of bringing these promises of cheer lo the unfortunate handicapped children in our midst", says Mrs. Caldwell, in appealing for help for the vvork. "While money for CONGRESSMAN THOS. ELIOT CHARGES DIES WILL REVIVE ANTI-SEMITIC PAMPHLETS Soviet Govt. Honors Jew Who Saved Red War Industries MOHCOW (\VN.S)-~Thp Sov- iel (Jovernmenl nncl press he<ip- e(i honors this week on a Len¬ ingrad .Jew. named S;il/,man, who wns credited with the whoJe- sjile transfer of viuil Soviet w.-ir industries from hesii ged Lenin¬ grad to Ihe Urals. Salzman was Ihe director of Soviet war fac¬ tories in Leningrad. SeviMi months ago, when the onrushing Nazi Armies were at the very gates of the Red city, Raizman devised a plan of dis¬ mantling factories turning out tank.s, munitions and other war essentials and moving them tn saiely in the Urals. Despite the iact that Leningrad was undei almost constant Nazi air attack; and artillery shelling, Salzman, effected the gigantic task with a minimum disruption of the Russian war plants. The war factories were dis¬ mantled piece by piece and mov¬ ed to the Urals where they were immediately reconstructed. The task involved great personal dbn- ger for Salzman since Nazi war 'band, the well-known attorin^. Is a vice president of the USO and the president of the Jewish Welfare Board . . . Mrs. Well, the former Henrietta A. Sim¬ ons, is a granddaughter of Al- examier Moses, one-time Gov¬ ernor of Idaho ... A lady who is proving most valuable in this country's war effort is radio op¬ erator VI Grossman, who has the job of teaching raw re cruits how to become expert ra dlo operators . . . Since she started on this activity some thousands of graduates of her course have been assigned to man the radio of our fighting forces . . . We hope the Army Re¬ lief fund is properly grateful to boxer Ahe Simon who will be risking life and limb on the 27th of this month when he'll face Joe Louis In the ring In a benefit bout for Army Relief ... Ahe knows Just what he's up against, for he tasted one of the champion's kayos only a few months ago . . . MILITARY INTELLIGENCE Congratulations to Military po¬ liceman Sam Springer of Fort Jay. Governors' Island, on win¬ ning the llghl-heavyweight Gold¬ en Gloves boxing champion¬ ship . . . Sam, as we have re¬ minded you any number of times. Is a nephew of the late Reuben irainin, who was the dean of Hebrew literature In this country . , . There was a literary angle to all of Sam's Golden Gloves bouts too, by the way for his second was a fel¬ low private from Fort Jay nam¬ ed Sidney Kingsiey—yes, the dramatic Pulitzer Prize winner . . . That hand.some and efficient medical officer with our forces in Hawaii Is none other than Joseph Goldberg, son of Abra¬ ham Goldberg, the Zionist . . . Joey has been in the Hawails since before the Day of Infamy —December 7th—and he bus served his Uncle Sam so well (Continued on Page 8) plained of Federal' terseoiitJbri. Pelley ia in prison for a securi¬ ties-law fraud. Deatherage com¬ plained about the loss of his nav¬ al Job.. Alderman, quoting So- cial Justice, said that "Roosen- felt" supporters had cost Death¬ erage his post. Although the organization's headquarters had been raided six weeks ago by agents of the Dies Committee, meetings are still being held, in spite of the United States' entry into the war. —Bny Defense Stamps— Jewish Boy Honored To Rank of Eagle Scout planes were desperately trying American defense la very neces- Lo wipe oul completely the Len- sary. we must also defend and Ingrad war factories. the Russian people. "" '• —Bny Defense Stamps— New Beilefaire Co- \V/\SHI\<;T0\ f.lP.S) —Charg¬ ing that Congressman Martin Dies of Texas has failed to re¬ peal thf anfi-Semitir activities of men like Charles Coughlin and will do .so now in an attempt, to "revive all those rotten pamph- lef.s. those anti-Semitic leaflet.^, those nasty lies that traveled about Ihe country in I!)3(> and the years before and after," Rop- re.sentat.ive . Thomas Kliot of Mass.. conlinued his bitter de¬ nunciation of Dies and his Com¬ mittee. Although Representative Kliot started his attack on Dle.s in a speech on the floor of Ihe Hou.se, most of the members did not hear this phase of it. hecau.se the Mou.'^e adjourned in the midst of Kliot's talk. Attempting to .show that Dies' expose of Japanese ac¬ tivity is a fraud us much of the same material was available in Ihe files of (he Congressional Library, Kliol charged that Oies would revive Ihe anti-Semitic pamphlets so as to give Ihe lit¬ erature circulaiion. Speaking of the anti-.Iewish brochures, L'liot said. 'T-'ortun- aiely. ihey have heen forgotten for some lime. lUit now, it seems, he will revive them, and publi.sh (hem, nnd send them out again across the land—now, I when our Commander-in-Chief 1 needs all the honest helpthat we IrtbmriiUnliS'-sieving on Sale Committee are Allen Gun¬ dersheimer, Simon Lazarus, Mrs. Wm. Schiff, Dr. A. M. Steinfeld and Rabbi Nathan Zelizer. —Bny Defense Stamps— Springfield Rabbi To Address Local Hadassah Groups ordinator To Meet With Board Sunday In recognition for his loyal and devoted services to one of the outstanding youth organiza¬ tions in America, Marvin Gord¬ on, son. of Mr and Mrs. Sam Gordon, 909 Lilley Ave., last Monday was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout at the .southeast district court of honor ceremon¬ ial held In the Stale O f f Ice Building audito¬ rium. Rabbi .Iacob Polish of Spring¬ field, Ohio, will be guest speak¬ er at the annual joint meeting of the local Senior, liusiness and Professional and Junior Had¬ assah and the local Zionist Disirict next Tuesday evening March 17th, at «:00 P. M. at the East Broad Street Temple. The affair Is to celebrate the birth¬ day of Hadassah, founded 30 years ago during the Purim season. The Junior Hadassah Choral group, which was so well re¬ ceived at the 1941 Donor Dinner, will present a group of numbers. A tea will follow. The Committees on Nomina¬ tions of three Hadassah groups will present their slates at that time. Drawing of the evening ticket A member of Troop 202 of the for the $25 defense bond, which East Broad St. is being raffled off by the Busl- Temple, Marvin ness and Professional group is the first scout In his troop to win this award. Gordon N. M. Bergsman Is scoutmaster ol the unit. Paul L. Selby, chairman of the committee on scout advance¬ ment for the central Ohio area council of the Boy .Scouts, point¬ ed out that traditionally the rank is conferred only at the Eagle court of honor, held an- lujally in December The Chronicle congratulates Marvin on this high achieve¬ ment and wishes him well in ali his future endeavors. will take place during the eve ning. —Buy Defense Bonds— MANY JEWS AMONG V. 8. UOLUIERS ARRIVING IN LONDON Leon H. Richman, of Chicago, has been selected as the Coordi¬ nator fot- Beilefaire and Director of the Jewish Children's Bureau of Cleveland, it Is announced by Kred Lazarus, .Ir., president of tbe Hoard of Beilefaire Trustees. Superintendent of the foster borne department of the Chicago .lewish Children's Bureau for the past 7 years. Mr. Rlchman has been appointed to integrate the Institution and foster home placement services of the .lew¬ ish Chlldren'.s Bureau and Beile¬ faire, wilh the objective of pro¬ viding a rounded service to chil¬ dren In Cleveland and through¬ out Beilefaire's region. Mr. fiichman has been invited lo be chairman at the first Sun¬ day se.sslon of the Beilefaire Con¬ ference, scheduled for this Sun¬ day and Monday, March 15 and IB. Child care leaders of Beile¬ faire may further adapt Ils serv¬ ices to meet them. —Bny Defense Bonda— B'NAI B'RITH LAUNCHES SI'RING MEMURKHHIP CAMPAIGN can give him, .Hpw.rGoebbelgi .'i. Xasfweelt Dies had stated that he had refused to call Cough¬ lin as a witness because he fear¬ ed that the radio priest would have taken advantage of his po¬ sition to spread the gospel of hate. Dies also asserted that if Coughlin had been called it would have been an insult to \'arious religions and clergymen in particular. —Bay Defense Bonds— AR.MV AND NAVY COMMITTKK TO RK0KGANI2E LONDON (JPS) — Anierican soldiers like Irving Barosin, Wil¬ liam Tabachnick, Kalman Marm- or and hundreds of other Jews from Slates In the East and the Middle West txere among the troops which arrived In London as part of the detachments which have been crossing the Atlantic. Zion Lodge. No. 62, B'nal B'rilh, Membership Campaign Is now in* progre.ss with the slogan "Evei-y meml>er get a Member". The nexl class will be Initialed al the next meeling, Monday, March 23rd. All applications are lo be turned in to Dr. R. Jaffee, secrelary of the lodge, :i82 E. Town St.. as soon as possible. Twenty applications have al¬ ready been received anti the membership committee hopes lo bring the total up to thirty by nexi Saturday. Harry Goldberg, Chairman of the local Army and Navy Com¬ miltee of the .lewish Welfare Board, has called a meeting for the purpose of reorganizing the C^ommiltee to meet tbe needs of the new war crisis. Inciters have iieen sent to pres¬ ent members. Anyone who is in¬ terested in working wilh this gn.up is inviled to atlend. The meeting will be held next Wed¬ nesday, March 18, 8:00 p. m., at Ihe Schonthal Cenler. —Boy Defense Stamps— PUT PRESSURE ON LATVIAN "ARYANS" MARRIED TO JEWS GENEVA (JPS)—All Latvi¬ an "Aryans" who are married to Jewish men or women were ordered to report lo the police to surrender their "Aryan" documents. They will be treat¬ ed as Jews if they do not vorce their Jewish males. —Bny Delense Stamps— TWO WEEKS REMAIN FOR CSO BOOK DRIVE di Only two more weeks remain for the Rose E. Lazarus Sister¬ hood book drive for USO. Any¬ one having books of fiction for the boys In service, are asked to call Mrs. Allen Gundershelmer, EV. 4527, and they wlli be picked up.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1942-03-13|
|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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