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@ ^ JIHRONICLE S[\^ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish CommunitY ^A\K Vol. 21, No. 47 Entered ns Second-Class Matter. Postofflce Columbus,. Ohio. COliUMBUS, OHIO, FKIDAY, NOVEMBER 1ft, lft4a X>«TOt«d to Amerleiui and Jawiih IdskU Strictly Confidential Ttdblta From Bverywhere By riiin«as J. Biron Gerald L. K. Smith Wants Reynolds For President VOr SHOULD KNOW . . dS Here's a revealing quotation ¦from John Roy CarlRon's-"Un¬ der Cover" which explains much about the anti-Semitic cli.sorders in Boston . . . Francl.-i p. jMoran fuehrer of the New England Christian Front, gave thl.q advice to Carlson: "The only thing ynu can do now, of course, is to talk about Cominuni.sm and the ,Iews ... You can't touch the war . A whispering campaign is the best thing now . . . They'd have a hell of a time tracing it . . . Mrs. Murphy tells Mrs. Duffy, and she tells Mrs. O'Tooie, who tells It to Mrs. Smith. . . Yes, these women can certainly dish it out, and by the time they end up they've got something whlc-H everybody believes . . . It's the safest thing to work nowadays. . The movement has friends all over the city — a lot of people here think the way I do" ... A new smear campaign is being prepared against the Jewish movie moguls of Hollywood , . . This time the Issue will be "pro- Communist propaganda" . . The main targets will be the Warner Brothers and Samuel Ooldwyn— all of whom. Incidentally, are fanatically anti-Communists . . . The "evidence" against them will be their production of films about Russia that don't knock ¦QurSovlet allies .... ;iUHWlBa',NJE.WSt,.^.,!.-Ji-. -'A'^-c,,. In The iibiltrpveray between Pavid ben Gurlon, Palestine lab¬ or leader, and .Dr. Chaim Weiz¬ mann is assuming alarming pro¬ portions . . Ben Gurlon is standing pat on his ultimatum: Weizmann or I . , . The Poale Zionists In this country are, how¬ ever, hesitating to give him their support. . . They are afraid of a break In the Zionist ranks .— a break that would seriously affect their fund-raising activities . . . And so tremendous pressure Is being exercised on Ben Gurlon by many of his party comrades, asking him to reconsider his resignation as chairman of the Zionist Executive . . But in the meanwhile Ben Gurlon Is re¬ maining adamant .... A date to watch out for is December 20lh ... On that day headlines will appear throughout the country on a matter of great signilicance to Jews Interested in Palestine . . Contrary to all expectations, tlie Jewtih Labor Committee will not resign from the Amer¬ ican Jewish Conference . . Negotiations with the Brllisli government anent the abroga tion of the White Paper are at a standstill . . . THIS AND THAT .. . Pa Broadway's Lee Straslierg, we hear, is about lo desert the famed street for Hollywood, to become a movie director . . . We congratulate Hollywood, but hope he doesn't stay away from the theatre too long . . . Moss Hart's Air Force Show, "Wingetl Victory", has had Its out-of- town opening, and is being ac¬ claimed as a maslorpiece . . . Particular mention is given to the sets, which are the work of Sergeant Harry Horner . . . Horner, If you remember, came to this country only a few years ago as a member of the entour¬ age of. the late Max Relnhardt, who discovered him in Vienna . . On his deathbed, by the way, Relnhardt expressed a desire to be burled in Palestine . . . Meyer (Continued on Page 8) WASHINGTON (JPSl—Sena¬ tor Robert R. "Der Tag" Rey- nolds, long a favorite of the so- called "lunatic fringe" of super- patriots, night-shirters and Jew- baiters, was invited to be the candidate of Gerald L. K. Smith's America First Party in the Pres¬ idential elections in 1D44. The Senator, chairman of the Senate Military Affairs Committee, de¬ ferred acceptance until after the Democratic and Republican par¬ ties will have drawn up their platforms. In a letter to Gerald P. Win- rod, fundamentalist preacher of Kansa.1 indicted for subversive activities. Senator Reynolds ex- pres.sed ills .sympathy with the antl-Semltlc native fascist and assured him that "der Tag" was was coming. Gerald L. K. Smith whose headquarters are in Detroit, has, of late, been touring the country rabble-rousing against the Jews, the Roosevelt administration ancl for isolationism. Senator Reynolds Foresees "Der Tag" NEW YORK (JPS)—Der Tag is coming. Rev. Gerald B. Win- rod was assured in a letter from Robert R. Reynolds, Senator from North Carolina and chair¬ man of the Military AHairaCom- iiiittee ot tiie Seriate;" 'TOyijoias wrote to Wlnrod, who is now under Federal indictment ort charges' ot sedition, that "the day ot reckoning will arrive and Is on its way" tor "those char¬ acter assassins" who are attack¬ ing the Jew-baiting fundamen¬ talist minister. Wlnrod, publish¬ er of "The Defender", an antl- Semltlc magazine, has made use of the letter in a campaign to raise funds to defend himself in the sedition trial. Senator Reynolds has an¬ nounced that he will not run for the Senate again next year when his present term expires but ,wlli devote himself to fighting for those principles which are "in the best interest of my state and country". He did not explain what those principles are. temple To Conduct Teacher's Institute WII.L BB SPEAKER FOR HADASSAH ONEG SHABAT Dr. Emanuel Giimoriin Columbus Chapter of the Ken ior Hadassah will present Dr Emanuel Gamoran of Cincinnati, 0., at their Oneg Shabat and tea, at the home of Mrs. Albert Schiff, 2.38!) llryden Rd., on Sat¬ urday, Nov. 27th, at ;) P. M. Dr. Gamoran is educational director of the Union of American He¬ brew Congregations. Other hostes,ses assisting for the afternoon will be Mesdames Leonard Kohn, Louis Mari^, Jack Schiff and .Tack Alpers. Dr. Gamoran has chosen as his subject, "Zionism and Jewish Cultural Life, In'America/', Miss Pearl'Gordon, Orfeg Sha¬ bat chairman, extends a cordial Jnvltation to all Hadassah mem¬ bers and their friends to attend. AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE CHARGES COMMITTEE WITH 'SEPARATISM' - ADOS THAT "DOOR IS STILL OPEN" TO THEM NEW YORK (JPS) _ In Us first official . statement since the American Jewish Commit¬ tee's withdrawal, the American Jewish Conference charged here that ihe Commitlee's action "has introiiur-ed (iivisivene.'is In the councils (if American .iewry, which is calculated to impair the effectiveness of the efforts on belialf of the Jewish people in the hour of ils greatest need". •M Ihe same time the Confer¬ ence slated that the dnor is left (•pen for- the Committee to i-e- turn. The.statement was i.ssued at a meeting of meml)ers of the In¬ terim C(>mmitlo(! of the Confer¬ ence with representatives of the Knglish-.lewish and the Yiddish press, at which it^jvas also an¬ nounced that the Conference was already working to implement rosolutlons adopted in regard to immediate rescue, postwar re¬ habilitation of European .lewry and the implementation of ,Iew- ish rights to Palestine. The statement concedes Iho legal right of any organization within the American Jewish Conference to withdraw. It points out, however, that "the exercise of that right is morally indefensible when it involves the arbitrary disrupting of unity .only newly achieved, too long .(teferrea and Imperatively iieed.; ed". ¦ The statement gives the fol¬ lowing three facts in refutation of the American Jewish Com- Communal Leaders To Participate In Exec. Welfare Meet. Rabbi Samuel M. Gup has ar¬ ranged a Teaclier's Institute for the benefit of the teachers and associate teachers ot the Bryden Road Temple on this cbming week-end. Its purpose is to train the Faculty so that its members will be the better pre¬ pared to carry on their work In the School. Two leading ex¬ perts wili conduct seminars and in addition discuss various as- Ijects of the technique and method of teaching. Dr. Emanuel Gameron, one of the Iiest known .lewish educa¬ tors, and Directors of Education of the Union of American He¬ brew Congregations, Cincinnati, O., will lead one seminar on the subject, "How to Prepare a Les- .son". The other seminar will be led by Dr. Azriel Eisenberg, Cleveland, O., head of the De¬ partment ot Jewish Education. His subject win Ub "^Teaching the 'Bible". An opportunity will be given the faculty of the School to con¬ fer with these experts on spe¬ cial problems confronting them An Executive Committee meeting ot the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is being held ai Hotel Carter, Cleveland, this week-end, Nov. 20-21. The pro¬ gram plans include the participa¬ tion of Dr. E. J. Gordon, who wiil discuss "Community Re¬ sponsibility for Larger Group Problems and Issues". The two-day meetings are planned around the theme of "community resiwnslbillty for Jewish group problems". Round table discussions will undertake to help the leaders from Coun¬ cil's forty-three member com¬ munities In this region adju.nt Federation and welfare plan¬ ning to current wartime condi¬ tions. Other participants from Co¬ lumbus Include 1. W. Garek, Leonard Sebrans, Mrs. E. .). Gor¬ don, Leah 'Rosenfeld and Rose Sugarman. I'he Program Cornpilttee of the East Central States Region responsible for the planning is Max Hirsch, Cinclnnall, Chair¬ man; Sydney Kieeman, Charles¬ ton, West Va.; Hennan Hand- maker, Louisville, Ky.; .Sam Edelson, Lansing, Michigan, and Maurice Bernon, Cleveland. The chairman of the region is Jer¬ ome N. Curtis of Cleveland. mittee's charge that the Confer- ence had "sub-ordinated" all other problems to the Palestine question: "1. That apart trom the Pal¬ estine Resolution, ten other resolutions were adopted after four days ot deliberation, seven wiih respect to rehabilitation at the end of the war and three with respect to an immediate progi'am of rescue. On these there was complete accord on the pan (if all the delegales, in¬ cluding the three represenlii- tivns of the American Jewish Committee. "2. That even with respect to the Palestine „ Resolution, the American Jewish Committee was in accord with certain portions of it, and dissented trom the ,lewish Commonwealth idea pri¬ marily on the basis of Ihe time¬ liness of projecting the Is.sue at this time. "3. That the President of the American Jewish Committee at the sessi(ms, in expressing his dissent on the Palestine Resolu- tion, expres.sed the view 'that we can still co-operate for the cause of Jewry within the great era in which we found accord and agreement'. "This statement was accepted hy the Conference as an assur¬ ance that the AnK^iean^J^lsfe;, Committee would 7l?raiiiv..?S8p™'' the Conference and help Waln- taln Intact the unity created by the Conference". ^m COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN ASKS FULFILLMENT OF BALFOUR DECLARATION in the conduct of their work, and activities and projects which will enrich their teaching pro¬ gram. Both sessions will tie held on Saturday, Nov. 27, beginning at II A. M., and continuing until 2:30 P. M. CHICAGO (JPS) — The Con¬ vention of the National Couii. cll of Jewi.sh.Women held in thi.; city went on record "in favor .u' the uninterrupted and continued upt-miiding of Palestine in the spirit of the Balfour Declara¬ tion" and urged the "unrestrict¬ ed immigration of Jews into Pal¬ estine" and the "immediate ab¬ rogation of the While Paper of inso". The Convention also en¬ dorsed the action of the Coun- cilli delegates to tlie American Jewish Conference, fully endors¬ ed the Conference program, but refrained from voting on the Palestine Resolution. 'I'he Convention also called for the establishment of a procedure similar to the Nansen-Passports system to allow for the sanctu¬ ary of war victims. With the same aim in view it called for a revision of the Immigration laws and endorsed legislation permit¬ ting the extraqtiola immigra¬ tion of children for permanent residence. In addressing the Convention. Karl G. Harrl.Son, 11. S. Comml.s- sioner of linmlgralion And Nal- urallzation, warned that "if we give free play to prejudice, race liias or religious intolerance, we will be a sick nation and our children will have to foot the bill". Speaking out against tho.se seeking full stoppage of immigration, he said: "Look first for the dollar sign or political opportunism In all arguments against Immigration". The Convention heard reports on the Council's activities, in- Mis, JoKi-ph M,WcU eluding the day nurseries, coun¬ cil houses, dornutorles and other aids to women and girls in war¬ time Industry. These activities are carried on in Canada, South Africa, Australia and the United States. Mrs. Joseph M. Welt of De¬ troit was elected president ot the Council. Mrs. Frances Law. rence of Chicago, was elected president of the National Coun¬ cil of Jewish Juniors. 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|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1943-11-19|
|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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