Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1943-05-21, page 01
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H W. .losupiiH" 721 E. uroad SI ^^ JPBtONICLE ^[\\y/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \j[\\ Vol. 22, No, 21 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FKIDAY, MAY 21, lIMlt Devoted to Amerloan ond Jewlih Ideals Strictly Confidential Tidbits Prom Everywhere By Phlnons J. BIron 1^ Dkl you road about the inter- o.'iting tc^it.-! conducted by Profes¬ sor Howard H: Harlan of tho University of Alabama? . Professor Harlan asked the stu dents In hl.s college cla.sse.'! about their altitude toward .Jews — and here aro a few of the man\ interesting results a.s pre.sented by Alexander Levin in the latest issuq of The .fewish Spectatoi It was found that women exhih iled less antl-.fewlsh prejudice than their male fellow-student-, . . . Doys and girls from sm.dl towns lumeil out to ho less pie Judiced Ihaii those from laigt dtlos, Tho.se, who.se parents .no in the upper income brackets dis played ';slgnificanliy" more |)re- judico than tho.se in iho lower Income group . . . and close or in¬ timate friend.ships wlih iiidivid- tial .lews have as their residt les.s prejudice against Ihe group as a whole . . . Tho more inti¬ mate Ihe contact, the loss llio prejudice .... RU.H,SIAN I.VTKRIAI>K ... m Solomon iMikhools, aclor and director of tlie Moscow .lewisii Theater, will he a member of the Soviet .lowlsh dielegation now en route to the U. S. . . . Mikhods is an iionorod arti.st of tho I'HSK and a recipient of the Order of l.onin. Ru.ssia's high¬ est au'iird . . . ''U'rile a personal letter lo a Russian friend is Ihe call .sent out liy the .Ie« ish Council for Russian War Relief which has undertaken to arrange for half a mlllloti such lettei s to bo .sent lo the U.SSR . . . .lust (o remind you that refugees aio ,nothing now in .Jewi.sh life lot us point out that the one ,\nd only Sojihie Tucker wa.s boi-n m tbo steerage of a steamer that wa.s carrying hqr parent.s fiom the pogroms of.ezarist Rus.sia lo the peace and opportunity of Ainerica. . THIS AND THAT . . . Jsa Congratulations to the edi tors of the special edition of Tile Shofar put out fbr men In thS armed .services . . . The 9ho far, you remember, is the offi clal organ of the A. Z. A., tho ri'nal B'rith youth organization . . . Editorially and technicaliv . 1/ie paper .is a first-clas* profob sional job, and couitl serve as a model for many another organi¬ zational journal . . . Ctirporai ¦David r^ose of the Army Air Force Signal Corps Is the star of a new* Victor record album of eight Academy-A ward-winning songs, just out . . . Called "Film Favorites", the album shows the comiiosor-liandleader in all bis versatility . . . Scheduled for a six. monllis' tour of overseas bases is Chief Petty Officer Artie Shaw of the U. S. Navy . . . Going with liim, of course, is tbe 'Navy Band he organized last your. . . Down on Second Ave¬ nue they squelch Indiscrimiante blabbing wilh the abnionltlon: "Loose scbmus can cook your goose" .... I'ATKONKSSKB OF MUSIC . , Sa Mrs. Chas. S. Guggenheinier, chairman in charge ot the Sta¬ dium Conceirtti New Yorkers en¬ joy on summer evenings, has to give a great deal of time and ef¬ fort each year to obtain tund.s to cover the deficit inevitable bo- cause of the Stadium's low-price policy, but this year her job i.s bigger than usual—for the stage destroyed by lightning lasl year, must be enllrely rebuilt betui-e the concert season oiiens next (Continued bn Page 8) United Jeifi^ish Fund Names '43 Personnel I. \V. (Jarek Koberl \V. Hcliiff Campaign To Begin June ISth TO AKDKKHS HADASSAH M'NCHKON .MKKTI.Nt; NKXT TUKSUAV Mi'N. W. H. Sllaip Mis Wall.siil Hastings Sbaip, prominent Cnllarian who has given dijitlnguished .service to refugees in Czwho-Slovakia, France, England and Portugal, nual in.slallation luncheon of Ihe wiil be guest speaiier at the .Xn- ColLimlms chapter of Hadas.sali next Tue.silay, May '25, at 12;:iO P. M., al the Fori Hayes i-lolel. Since her return to this coun¬ try in 10-111, when at the retjuest of the rnlioil States Commitlee for European refugees, slie ar¬ ranged for the transport of 2!) chililren to these shores, she has devoting lierself lo helping refu¬ gees from this side tif tbe Al- laniic. Mrs. Hoy .1. Stone, (last ]iresl- dent, wlii install the following new officers ami board nienibers: Recording Secretary, Mrs. Her¬ bert Linick; Corrosiionding Sec¬ retary, Mrs. Sam Luper; Treas¬ urei-, Mrs. David Rosenfeld; AudiUir, Mrs. S. Ornstein; Hoard members, Mrs. ,lulian Barlt, Mrs. William Broner, Mrs. A. Jacol> .son, Mrs. William Schiff, Mrs. Sam Valcove, Miss Pearl Gordon, Mrs. Bernard Ruben, Mrs, David Goklsmilh, Mrs. Gilliert Siegel and Mrs. ,\Iax Ziskind. The <ipenlng prayer will be given by Mrs. Nathan ZeUzer. COLUMBUS SELECTS AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE ELECTIONS COMMITTEE Ihe I olumbu.s Dislrw Klec- llon Committee for IbeTlection of a dolegale to tbe Americiin Jewish Conference, to meet on July Isl, .was organlziid this week by the Provisional Coni- niittoe of representatives (If tbe local groups affiliated with the Coiumbus .lewish Communitv Council, and also wilh the thiii\ five nalional organizations th t issued llle call f<ir tho Cc nfci once. At tiie request of tlie natu nil exectiiivo committoo of elections for the American .lewish C n ference. Dr. E. .1. Gordon, pi est dent lit' Coiuiiibus ,lewish Com munily Council, was appoinled as convener,, or chairman. Dr. Gordc>n apiiointed the fol lowing to ser\-e as liie Columbu.'^ District Elections Committee: .-\l len Tyrshisii. secretary; Dr, B. W. Aliramson, Harry Becknian. Ilenjamin Bortiwitz, Harry Gil¬ liert,' Arthur Goldberg, Mrs. .Mil¬ ton .1. Leeman, Benjaniin N'eu¬ stadt, ,\lrs. Jack Rosier, Nlrs. Wil¬ liam Schiff, .losoiih Schwartz. Samuel Sbinbach. William Was¬ serstrom, Hoborl \W'iier aud ..\bo A. Wolman. Tlicse Ale- The Kul.'s, Every local Jewish gniiip whicli was fuiu'lfoiiiiig prior lo Dec, Till, l!)-ll, and ¦¦ngaged In ,l(nvi.sli acllvlly. If II lias a iiu'nilM'i'stiip lit' niori- tliini 5h Is urgeil to call a stiei-ial meel¬ ing al once, ami to i'li'<-t one Ilelcgale fur ils flr.sl Ml tiicin- tlei-.s anil an allllllional one iji'li'gate I'or each iiilililioiial 7,'i meinbers or major fi-ai'tiuil I hereof. I'^icli .siicli i>i-gaiij/.a- lloii may also iiominaie canili- iliili'M I'm- ejection for Ihe .-\nier* lean Jewl.-ih Conference. .-Vny one liundred Columhus Jew.s nol entitled ollieewlse sepiiralely lo i-epresenliition at the local Klectioii Conference (Continued on Page Fivei Hc'ali',ijnf,' tho li';igic and extruonliiiiii'y (lomiind.'^ of the present wur .sitiuition. ii ilctiTmincil lo;iik'rshi|) i.s in^iugur- ating Ihc 1<1-1:! Unitcil .Jcvvi.sli Funtl C;mip;iign. Robert \V. .Schiff. the man who leil the l!l-ll iind 1!1-12 canipaign.s ' to their triiunphant eonclu.sion, ha.s aKain agreed to. head this ycai''s effort -Ami ha.s accepted the general chairman- .ship, Willi 1. \V. Garct s'eriing as ehaij'mali of the canj- palgn organization eoiiSmiittee and vice-chairman of the Men's Diiision. ^ ' 13oth Mr. Scliiff and .Mr. Oarek deserve t)ic commenda¬ tion of the entire .lewisii eommunily for having accepted the challenge logo all put and sei'i-e Ihe cau.se.s which mean the rescue and libei'atioii of fellow .lews everywhere. Boih deserve and merit lliis recognition of their ieader- ship. They htive shown Jiy their sincere devotion lo" the good of (he entire C'likimbus .(ewiy (hat honors liestowed upon them merely mean additional i'esiion.sibililies and task.s (o be done. i'lans are now going I'onvard for the foriiKii opening of tlio drive, whicii according to E. .1. Scliaiii',irlier. t'nitoii .1 e w i s ii I'liiiii presiilent. bas been set for Tucsii,i.\, .rune .l.'jlh. Mr. Schan¬ farlier lias also announced tiial ilu' I'dllouing will servo as \'ico- t iuiiriiieii ill Ihe l!ll;i campaign: \r'lliui' Goldiierg. Leonard Kohii, Max I.e\ ine, Herbert Levy, Sam Melton. Albert Schiff, Sani Shin- bach. I-Mward Schlezinger. Rob^ trt Weller and .\bo A. Wolman. Ill iliscLissiiig tlie drive for this \ear. Mr. Sclianfarher said: "We arc most gratified wilh (he Icadcrsliip in this campaign, lile mill luindliiig tlieir rospoc- tne jirospccts arc well known to tile community, and are experi¬ enced and efficioiU campaigners, w hose ;iast performance in pre- \ioiis lampaigns qualifies tlieni lor Iheir iniportaiil tasks. With I liig job facing liie ,lewish coni¬ munily. wc lioiiove that we aro \eiy fuiiunaio in marshaling sucii capable executive caniiiaign ioiuiersliip," Mr. Schiff. in a statemenl to the Chronicle this week, said that ('(ijuiiihus .lewry has always iliei its nhligations and will do so again Ibis vear. Ho pointed out tiiai the dciiiand on American .leWr.N' tiiis year has iieen greater tlKin e\er; that not only .is the I'lliled .lewisii Appeal support¬ ing tile .loinl Iiistriliulion Coin- luittcc. till' ruiled Palestine .^p- pcal. :iiiil the Nalional Refugee .Service, hut it is also the sole support of over ri."> oUicr national and uocid agencies. Mr. Schiff lieciared tiuii if the .lewish |ieo- plo uill not .siipiiorl Ihese agen¬ cies. ciMtainis no one else will. licspite the faci that cortajii artisities ill wiucil lie is interest- eil lake iii'ire uf his lime tluin e\er liefore. .Mr Schiff agreed to iisMiiiie' lile ciuiiiinansiiip tills >oar iiecause lie fools lile L'niieil Jewisli Fund comes first, and he expres.sed llle hope that eve'ry- oiie ill die conimunily, from the smallest contriliulor to the larg¬ est, will give ail ho can and will .siiiicii new contributors. .N'o oho in Columhus must he lefl out this year. Everyone must (Continued on Page Five) Mrs. Jack Wolman wili present a report of the year's activities. The musical program is to lie furnished hy Mrs. 1. E. Sealfon; aci'ompanleil by Mrs. Merhert Huffman. Dr. K. J. <;ordiin Motion Pictures To Feature B'nai B'rith IVleeting Monday Zion Lodge, .\o. ta. irilai B'litli, will present a luotion pic¬ ture nighl for lile meeting sclie- cllded next .Monday. May :l.llli, al S 1' .M.. :il the llro.id St. Teni- plr il was aiuioiinced ii>' Iler- nard !¦ eltlinger, presideiu. ,\ llellefaire filnl, showing tile aclivities of the Cleveland .lew- isli Orphan Home, will ho exliili- ited .Also several films I'alled "Oddities ol Ohio" and "Ohio Soidier.Jl" will he shown thru the courtesy of ihe Standard Oil Co, 'I'he iirograin wili last an hour, and members are urged lo bring their families and friends to this moeliiig. .¦\llaii Tarshish aud .luslin Sill¬ man. C()-cliairnien of Blood Don¬ or Campaign, announced this week that more than twp hund¬ red B'nai B'rilli monibers iiave already donated at least one time al the Blood Donor Certtor. 18(1 N. High Su Last Wednesday, .May l!)ih, a large group of men anil women, members of. Zion Lodge and Ladles Auxiliary, at¬ tended in a group for blood do¬ nations. From lime lo time, other days will be designated as "B'nai U'rith Blood Donor Day".
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1943-05-21|
|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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