Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1942-10-09, page 01
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^^ .PHRONICLE S[\w Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Conununity \][\\, Vol. 21, No. 41 C01..UMBU8, OHIO, FRIDAY, OtrrOBKR, l», 1942 DeToted to Amertean and Jewish Ideala Strictly Confidential Tldbll-H Prom Rvrrywhcrp By Phlnrnn ,1. Blron Gov. Lehman Sees Democracy And Religion Linked 8AD BUT TRUE |RS Those antl-.Iewi.qh disorderly Incidents in The Bronx have re¬ vealed the sad fact that there are sllll plenty of Dundlsts and other types of domestic Fa.sci.sls on Ihe loose . . . What, Indeed, is being done about the "hood¬ lums", to use the customary euphemism, who've been getting away with stonelhrowing at synagogues and other Jewish in¬ stitutions In rirookiyn, too, and even In the heart of the lower East Side? . . . And why doesn't the New York police get after the Hundi.sts who peddle their anti-Semitic tra.sh from door to door? . . . Which reminds u.s that the Anti-Nazi League isn't gel ting anywhere with its boycott of the New York Dally News . . . In fact, latest reports have it that the antl-Roosevelt tahlold is gaining circulation . . . There's something to the viewpoint of the New York Post reader who, far from crowing over the defeat of anti-Semite Gerald L. K. Smith In the Michigan primaries. Is worried by the fact that this undeniable Fascist polled 90,000 votes . . . BliAME THE JEW IBI When Germany goes down In her Inevitable defeat her anti Semites will naturally resume , ijhelr old cry that all her troubles a powerful lot of damage Is V6- Ing done Naziland right now by Jews whom Hitler drove out. . . We're thinking particularly of Maurlcio Hoshchlld, a German Jew who emigrated to South America, and hasn't been back In Germany since 1934, when a typical Nazi trick cheated him out of some well-earned cash by threatening him with concentra¬ tion camp ... So Hochschild, who Is In the tin ore business, is now providing Uncle Sam with this vital war metal, an impor¬ tant source of which was cut off with the fail of Malaya . . MILITARY NEWS ^ Robert Roy Nathan, chief of the Planning Committee of the War Production Board, flew to New York the other evening to address an intimate dinner of sixty guests at the Waldorf- Astoria . . . The theme of Bob Nathan's address was "Why I am for a Jewish Army" . . . Among his intent and approv¬ ing listeners was a former chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Yates Stirling, Jr. . . Bandleader Artie Shaw is a bandleader again . . . This Job came with his promotion lo the rank of Chief Petty Officer In the Navy Just a private In the Army Is Shlllng Baruch, Jr, while com¬ poser Marc BUtzstein Is a pri¬ vate in the Air Corps now . THIS AND THAT 1^ The movie version of "Mis¬ sion to Moscow", it is said, will show many of the Inner work¬ ings ot the fifth column elimin¬ ated by the Russian purges of some years ago . . . 'Time was when A. C. Blumenlhal was a prominent Broadway producer, but he's been In Mexico for some years now, as a result' of a slight misunderstanding With his Uncle Sam on a little matter of Income tax ... So now he's promoting a Roumanian cabaret In Mexico City which will lie run by none other than Magda Lupescu and her royal consort, ex-King of Roumania . . . We're sure you'll .Continued on Page Eight) NEW YORK (JPS)—Speaking at Marble Collegiate Reformed Church at the tenth anniversary .service of Dr. Norman Peale, Mclhodi.st pastor here. Gover¬ nor Herhert H. Lehman appeal¬ ed for a revival of religious faith, saying that democracy and re¬ ligion depended upon each other for survival. "Religion, whether it be Pro¬ testant, Catholic or Jewish holds that the Individual is fundamen¬ tally Important because he Is the child of God. It maintains that this status gives him Inherent rights which no man-made gov ernment can deny. There if great danger that a nation which fails to maintain an active re¬ ligion will have equally little in¬ terest in protecting that individ¬ uality of its citizens whch is so vital an attribute of democracy. "If there are those who are stupid enough or evil enough to believe that they can save their properties or Iheir skln.si by com¬ promise or appeasement, they ignore or are iilind to the his¬ tory of totalitarian aggression. We must win this war totally or we will lose our freedom totally-" Announce Delegates To National Zionist Convention Oct. 15-18 BROAD ST. TEMPI.E TO INSTAUi OFFICERS SUNDAY EVENING The coming National conven¬ tion of the Zionist Organization of America which is to take place in New York on October I.'i, Hi. 17 and 18, comes perhaps during the most crucial period in the history of the Z:ionisl movement. The war will present many important problems lo this body such as the education of Jewish and non-Jewish public opinion In this country for the support of ralestlne; the need of an acceler. ated tempo for the economic up- t)uil(ling of [Palestine as a means of strengthening its present posi. tion as a base for the near East ern Allied armies; strengthening its position as a haven of refuge and as a solution to the post¬ war European Jewish problem and last hut not least is the crea tion of a Jewish army and the strengthening of Palestine's de¬ fenses generally. There are ai¬ so some (juestions dealing with changes of internal Zionist or¬ ganization that will he given ser¬ ious consideration. The delegates from the Colum¬ hus District have had several meetings with the Executive Board of this district to discuss the stand to be taken on all of these matters. Among those elected to represent this com¬ mimity at the forthcoming con¬ vention are; Albert Schiff, presi- ifl§atiiOf.fthe,:,Ohlo.iyaUex, Zionist tlonal Administrative^ Cbuiicll ot the Z. O. A., Dr. B. W. Abram son, Robert L. Meilman, Maurice Chanls and Jack Schiff, all mem bers of the Board of the Coium bus District and the Executive Board of the Ohio Valley Region Alternates are Fred Yenkin, Sec'y. of the District, Irving Seff, Rabbi Harry Kaplan. Roy J. Slone and Ben Grossman, all meml)ers of the Executive Board of the Columbus District. B'NAI B'RITH TO PRESENT FAMOUS RUSSIAN FILM 'PROFESSOR MAMLOCK' MONDAY EVE. Ace Investigator To Address Meetings Here Oct. 13th Wm. Waasorstrom I.oo .1. Margolin, ace investiga¬ tor and <'nrrpsponflent for ho newspaper PM of New Yoi k City, the first man lo expose the mtirhinations (if Italian consuls in Ihe II. S. prior to the oul iireak of war on Dec. 7th. will he the principal speaker at three meetings in Columhus next Tues¬ day, Oct. I.'Jih. it was announced bv Allan Tarshish. chairman of civil rights rommiltee of .lewish Community Council. Margolin will address the as semhiy al Ea.st High School at 10::ifl a. m , .-ind at nn" i the Opti¬ mist Club. At -1:4.^) p. m . he is to be Interviewed over WHKC hy Allan Tarshish. It can be revealed Ihat Mr. Margolin's sensational revela¬ tions, concerning the Nazi and Italian consular officials were responsilile in no small measure fur the U. S. government order in 1011, deporting these canker¬ ous agents of vicious foreign foes. Mr. Margolin, long known as a provocative writer, joined the staff of PM as the first writing member of its editorial staff in 1940. While a member of the editorial staff of the New York Herald,Triljune, Mr. Margolin's law to l)olster his wiitings led him to admission to the bar for the State of New York. He also has served on the staffs of the New York Times, the New York World Telegram and the United Press. His subject before Columbus groups will be, "What is the Truth About America's Little Fascists?" Rabbi Nathan Zelizer will In¬ stall the newly elected officers and board members of Temple Tifereth Israel at a banquet sponsored by the Sisterhood in the Temple Social Hall Sunday, (tomorrow), October llth, at 6-.30 p. m. The following are to be Installed: William Wasserstrom, Presi¬ dent; Louis P. Schlezinger, First Vice President; Dr. B. W. Abram¬ son, Second Vice President; H. J. Gutter, Treasurer; Bernard Feit¬ linger, Secretary; Board Mem¬ bers, J- K. Bornstein, H. Mark Berman, Ben Grossman, Herman M. Katz, F^ed Rosenfeld Roland, Shnon Handler, and Sam Was¬ serstrom. A large turnout is expected to attend this affair. Clyde Moore, of the Ohio State Journal, will be the speaker of the evening. The East Broad Street Temple has made amazing progress dur¬ ing the past few years and now has a membership exceeding 380, wltli a program of activities to meet the demands of every mem¬ ber of the congregation. "The World At War" Film To Feature Meeting Next Tuesday The first regular meeting of the season for the Rose E. Laz¬ arus Sisterhood will be held in the Vestry of the Bryden Road Temple on next Tuesday, Oct ISth, at I P. M. It is lo a des¬ sert luncheon affair and presid ed over by the organization's new president, Mrs. Jack Res ler. The opening prayer will be given by Mrs Alien Gunder¬ shelmer. Mrs. Herbert Wise, program chairman. Is announcing that the meeting will be featured by widely discussed sound film "The World at War" which is to be shown by professional opera-' tors. It is one of the most thril¬ ling authentic productions re¬ leased by the government which reveals actual war scenes taken on the European iiattlefiekis from the beginning of the world conflict to the present time. A large attendance is anticipa ted. Let tbe Ohronlele PrlntljiK Oo. bid oo your next Job. ADema 28S4 la the phone number. RABBI (iERSTENFELU OPENS SENATE SESSION WASHINGTON (JPS) — The October 1st session of the Uni¬ ted Stales Senate was opened with a prayer by Rabbi Norman Gerstenfeld, of the Washington Hebrew Congregallon. Zion Lodge No. 62. B'nal B'rlth, Is inviting its members, their wives jind friends lo the first lo- (al showing of "Professor Mam- lock", a Soviet movie against Nazi persecution, next Monday evening, K:no o'clock, at the East liroad St. Temple it was hail¬ ed ity Now York critics as one of the important pictures of the yoar. AI its American premiere the New York World-Telegram re¬ viewer said, "With magnificent eloquence, the Russians spin a fierce and shattering indictment nf Nazi terrorism in the brilliant¬ ly acted and directed screen ver¬ sion of Fricdrich Wolf's "Profes¬ sor Mamlock". The New York Times pointed out it was a film Hollywood had not dared to pro- iluce. Wolf's protagonist. Professor Mam loci!, is a Jewish .scientist with a wide reputation for his research and surgery and a pa¬ triot proud nf wounds received at Verdun. In telling Mamlock's story, the flhn widens its scope to cover the.while scene of the tisurpation of power by the Nazis. As the New York Herald- Tribune pointed out, "The Rus¬ sians have pulled no punches." A product of Lenfilm Studios , in Leningrad, the picture was j directed by Adolph Mlnkin and i Herbert Rappaport, the latter '....I one-time assistant to the great d Austrian director Pabst. The , v;#jl , Friedrlch Wolf in the building " ''i'q* of the scenario. English dlalo- tJ gue titles are super-imposed to | translate the Russian speech. ^j There will be no charge for ad- Jj mission to see this outstanding f; production, according to B. Felt- ,:v| linger, acting B'nai B'rith presi- -ji dent- a J.W.F. And Center Boards To Meet Next Thursday The quarterly meeting of the Hoards of Directors of the Jew¬ ish Welfare Federation and Schonthal Center will be held at the Schonthal Center next Thursday evening, Oct. 1.^), at 7:30. Budgets, reports of activi¬ ties and committee reports, eluding Army and Navy reports will be submitted- Details of the War Chest will also he revealed at that time- Since the Midwest Annual Conference of the Midwest Sec tion Jewish Welfare Board will he held Nov. 7th and 8th at the Ueshler-Wallick Hotel, the hospi¬ tality and entertainment com mittee will discuss plans for the entertainment of guests to this , .t-onclave. Leaders, hoard mem¬ bers and executives from cities as far west as St. Louis, Kansas City, Omaha, Minneapolis and other points including Pitts¬ burgh, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton, Toledo, Can- tun. Youngstown and Akron are expected to attend. E. J. Schanfarber is president of the local Jewish Welfare Fed¬ eration and Dr. E. J- Gordon la president of the Schonthal Cen¬ ter. Dr. Braunstein Will Speak Here Oct. 29th. Dr. Baruch Braunstein, of New York City, is to speak in Colum¬ bus on Thursday, October 29, under the auspices of the Colum¬ bus Zionist District with Sr. and Jr. Hadas.sah cooperating, It was announced this week. Dr- Braunstein Is well known to the Columbus Jewish com¬ munity. While at Ohio State Universily he was identified with every Jewish movement on the t-ampus. Since graduation, he has travelled extensively, lec¬ turing on various phases of Jew¬ ish life and the Zionist cause in particular. The local Jewish community Is invited to hear this Jewish lead¬ er and lecturer. More details are to be announced in forthcoming Issues of the Chronicle. Plan To Attend B'nai B'rith Bazaar Oct. 18 -Buy War Bonds— GOAL POR WAR EFFORT NEW VORK (JPS)—The Pio neer Women's Organization has adopted a goal of $10,000 for the United Jewish War Effort for Britain, Russia and China, Miss Dvorah Rothbard, national sec¬ retary announced here. Only EIGHT more days until the 4th annual Bazaar and Jitney Supper, sponsored by the B'nai B'rilh Women of Zion Lodge, will gel under way. Every ef¬ fort is being made to make this gala affair the outstanding even on this year's social calendar. It's to be held on October 18, at K. of P- Hall. 69V S. High St. Tickets may be obtained from members of the organization or at the door that evening. A big War Bond Rally is to be a fea¬ ture of this year's Bazaar. Bonds will be Issued to all purchasers the same evening.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1942-10-09|
|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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