Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1942-10-23, page 01
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.^ JpaiONKXE ^ \// Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \if\\ Vol 21, No. 43 COLUMBUS, omo, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1942 D.Tot«d to American and JflwlBh Ideal, Strictly Confidential Tidbits From RTerrwhrrp By Phlnc.i8 J. niron First A. D. L. Seminar To Be Held Here Nov. 14-15 PALESTINE ANGLE 1% Behind David Ben Gurion's threat to quit his party, the Zion¬ ist Laborlte group, is his disap¬ pointment In his colle,igues, who, have shown themselves reluc-l tant lo follow him In his politi¬ cal feud against Dr Chalm Welz¬ mann . . . Wm. «. Zlff. author of "The Coming Battle of Ger¬ many," was the off-the-record guest speaker at a dinner given last week at New Yorlt's Wal¬ dorf-Astoria tiy the Committee for a Jewish Army . . . Yes. that was charming Mrs. .lulian Sler- oty of Beverly Hills. California listening so Intently to the stir ring addres.s. . . She stands In the vanguard of the fighters for the Jewish Army Idea . . . And that distinguished gentleman silting next to dinner chairman Louis Nizer was the Honorable Dave Hennen Morris, former Ameri¬ can Ambassador to Belgium . . . REFUGEE REPORT lis Note to those who siill grouse about the hospitality America is showing to refugees from Hltler¬ lsm: Sergeant Julius Schellen- berg of Brooklyn, who is one of the little group of American he¬ roes awarded the Purple Heart decoration for bravery in the Pacific war theatre, came to this country as a refugee only a few years ago ... There are any num¬ ber of Uttle eating places in Man-] l;Cuh|tjt^n^_,,.,|g;j rete^ «£),%£! feriow of only one' a'ctuall '" ' night club that belongs to a refu¬ gee, and he came here to escape the Nazi in France . . . He's Ar¬ thur Lesser, who had had a night club in Paris, and, when Important Conference Hnme TImo Of Ohio-Kcntacky Stnto Assn. B'nal B'rith IVfrotinp; publk; invited to hear HIM THUllHDAY EVENmO Plans for the Anti-Defamation League seminar to he held on Nov. Mth and l.'ith, In connection with the Ohio-Kentucky States B'nai B'rith meeting, were com¬ pleted this week, it was announ¬ ced by William Wasserstrom, State president. The program will open Satur¬ tlay evening at the Deshler-Wal¬ lick Hotel with an address by Leonard I'Tnder, Regional Direc¬ tor of A. D. L. for the City of New York. This will constitute an Induclion lo the seminar and questions will be allowed from the floor. On Sunday morning, the state association will hold thoir regu¬ lar business meeting. At the luncheon meeting, either Richard Gutstadt, nation¬ al director of A. D- L. or Max Kroloff, as.sistant to Mr. Gut¬ stadt, will be the jirlncipal speaker. During the afternoon the fol lowing will lead discussions; Stanley Jacobs, head ot Speak ers' Bureau of A. D. L., who will analyze rumor clinics, negro re¬ lations, book placements and public relation activity; Albert S Berland, director of community relations department, who will discuss Internal education, deal-, liiil^^'VirJitb lousiness, ethics and r^l -latM:;.mattera, ot discrlmlnatoiyl advertising, etc. Other matters which will be discussed by the various speak¬ ers from the Chicago and New York offices ot A. D. L., are: Council Invites All Women Groups To Meeting Nov. 3rd Plans are being completed for the next regular monthly meet¬ ing of the Council of Jewish Women on Tuesday evening, Nov. 3rd, when Cecilia Razov- sky, noted immigration expert, will be the guest speaker. The evening meeting is being scheduled so that all Jewish Womens' organizations of Co- Columbus Host To Jewish Welfare Conference Nov. 7-8 .losiah E. Brill of Minneapolis, Chairman of the Program Com¬ mittee for the Fourth Annual Conference nf tlie Jewish Wel¬ fare Board Midwest Section, to he held Salurday and Sun¬ day. November 7th and 8th at the Deshlpr-Walllck Hotel, Co¬ lumhus. Ohio announces that for future programs, Allan Tarshlsh, chairman of; local civil rights committee, will present a summary of the local picture. A. D. L. keymen from all cit¬ ies ana towns in State have been Invited to attend this seminar, which is the first ever held here in Columbus. The Columbus Jewish com¬ munity is invited to attend these sessions. -.. radio programs, insight into gen- the Gestapo marched in, came eral activities, case work, key over here to open "La Vie Paris- men system and larger aspects ienne" on East 52nd Street . . .1 All the entertainers in the club are, appropriately enough, rep-l resentatives of Axis-crushed na¬ tions, from France to Korea . . . LISTEN HERE )® Typical of a New York elec¬ tion campaign Is the exchange of courtesies between candidates Lieutenant Governor Charles Poletti and Supreme Court Jus tlce Bernard Botein . . First the Lieutenant Governoi* gave a par¬ ty for Yiddish newspapermen to enlist their support to Botein . . . And then the Justice gave a par¬ ty for Italian newspapermen to enlist their ditto for Poletti You haven't heard much about the War Production Board's Joseph D. Weiner, but he's one of its most important members serving as deputy director of the Service of Civilian Supply and chairman of the Committee on Concentration, which aims at or¬ ganization of war industry at| maximum efficiency . . . Hats oft to Harry Rosen, Brooklyn rest aurateur, for evolving the bright idea that all service men in New York on Thanksgiving Day, should get free turkey dinners from the town's eateries Other cities please copy What with the Army having taken over so many swanky Florida hotels. New Orlean's Seymour Weiss Is promoting the idea that his burg is a swell place for a winter vacation Oh, yes, we almost forgot to mention that N'Orlean's Hotel Roosevelt belongs to Mr. Weiss. BOOK NEWS m Over a quarter of a million books and more than half a mil¬ lion magazines have been sent to our soldier boya everywhere (Continued on Page Eight) Dr. R.'ii-u<'h Rraunstcin Dr. Baruch Braunstcin, writer, historian und expert on foreign .'iffalrs. will speak here next Thursday, Oct. Zil, at the Broad Street Temple, under the au¬ spices of Iho Coiumi)us Zionist IMstrict Willi Senior and .lunior Hadassah co-operating. Ho has chosen for his subject "Palestine In War and Peace". Dr. Braunsteln has observed at first hand the turbulent events in the Old World during the his¬ toric decade preceding the pres¬ ent conflict. He was in Central Europe during Hitler's rise to power; in Spain when the fas¬ cist elements ru^td^ssly crushed' IheworieeiSi'oifBvoltvln.i'Asturlas', pMjittfig.to Seeds; torithel^ai^^ revolution; In Italy Vyhen Muss6- llnl drove his country to a war of conquest against Ethiopia; in North Africa and the Middle East when fascist propaganda .Continued on Page Eight) lumbus, their husbands and ,ho forthcoming conference will friends may have an opportun-1 ity lo hear an important mes- stige from one who has devoted the greater part of her life to immigration p r o li 1 e m s. She comes here as a representative of tho National Refugee Service, an agency which is doing an outstanding job for ihousands nf .lewish victims of persecution in European countries. 'I'he meeling, which is lo lie held at the Bryden Road Tem¬ ple, will begin promptly at 8:1S. Hadassah Announces First List of Donor Dinner Contributors Hadassah. at its five-day con vention in New York City adopt¬ ed a budget of nearly $1,500,000 for extension of the Health pro¬ gram in Palestine. The most recent addition to the social service and health projects is an underground shelter constructed beneath the; Hadassah -Hospital, •in Jerusalem.. wjth ' an.- emer- geht^'Operatliig. rod^-and,-olm^^ services. In the hospital prop¬ er, 200 additional emergency beds are stored. The Columbus Chapter of Ha¬ dassah Is now busily engaged (Continued on Page Five) .losiah E. Brill concern itself with the part that the Jewish Center plays in de¬ veloping a victorious democracy. An outstanding speaker on the subject "What Is Democracy?— How Can It Succeed?" will ad¬ dress the opening session Satur- ,day-, eyenlngii;'November ,>,7th> program; ' '"¦•'"^¦'^ ft''yr'».-.(- At a Sunday morning break' fast session, there will be sev¬ eral round tables covering such (Continued on Page Four) mm To Participate In Panel Discussion Monday Garek Leaves On Speaking Tour This Saturday, Oct. 24th, I. W. Garek, president of District No, 2, B'nai B'rlth, will leave for Indianapolis, Ind., where a Gen¬ eral Commitlee meeting of the District Grand Lodge will be| held on Sunday, Oct. 25, at the Columbia Club. Atter the meet¬ ing, he will address the In¬ dianapolis Lodge, home of past- president, Samuel J. Mantel, now serving as a Major in the armed forces of our country. From Indianapolis, Mr. Garek will proceed with his Itinerary of Indiana and Kentucky includ¬ ing visits to the following Lodges: Oct. 26, Terre Haute, Ind.; Oct. 27, Marlon and Kulcomo. at Kottomo. Ind.; Oct. 28. Ivluncie and Anderson, at Muncie. Ind.: Oct. 29, Fl. Wayne. Ind.; Oct. 30, and 31at, Chicnuo. 111.; Nov. 1. Hammond and South Bend, Ind.: Nov. 2, Gary and Michigan City. Ind.; Nov 3. East Chicago and Elkhart. Ind.; Nov. 4. Latayette. ind. r Nov. 5, Evans- vlUo and Vtncennes at EvansvUle, Ind.; Nov. 6 Paducah, Ky.; Nov. 8, Louis- vUle, Ky.: Nov. LejUngton, Ky.; and Nov 10, Aahland. Ky. Show yoar appreeUtloB to Uie Ghronlole'B 21 yean of loyal and de¬ voted iervlce to Columbae JewUh Community by ptkying your eubverip- tlon now—»3.00 for the year. Rjibhl Harry Kaplan Another r e c o r d-1) r e a k i n g crowd is anticipated by Zion Lodge No. ()2, B'nai B'rilh next Monday evening, Oct. 2()lh. al the East Broad St. Temple, when a Panel Discussion will be lead l)y three leading educators. I'he subject chosen for this event is "Winning the War and Winning the Peace" a most timely topic that should interest every man and woman of our community. Among the speakers to be heard are Dr. Laurence Sears, head of the department of phil¬ osophy at Ohio Wesleyan, who received his doctor's degree from Columbia University in 1131. He is the co-author of "Develop¬ ment of American Philosophy, I)r. HIdncy I). Terr published by Houghton, Mifflin liHO. Dr. Sears spent five years in Peking, China, during which lime he was on the staff of the Princetpn Center as inslruclor He has traveled extensively in England, France, Egypt, India, Japan and Russia. Another Speaker, Dr. Sidney D, Terr, is known to many in the local Jewish community. After obtaining his B. A. and M. A. de¬ grees at Cornell University, he came to Ohio State University in 1930 as a University Scholar by appointment. From 1931 to 1934 he was an assistant instruc¬ tor in the department of History and in 1934 became instructor, which position he held while l>r. Laurence Sears compleiing the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philo¬ sophy. The other spaker on the eVe-- nlng's program needs little intro¬ duction to Columhus Jewry and to R'nai B'rith men and wqmen in particular. He is Rabbi Harry Kaplan, director of the B'nal B'rith Hlllel Foundation at Ohio State University, whose leadership haa made the local Hillel unit one of the outstand¬ ing in America in growth and achievement. The meeting Monday evening. Is open to all B'nal B'rith mem¬ bers, their wives and friends. It is scheduled for 8 o'clock.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1942-10-23|
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|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
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|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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