Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1946-02-13, page 01
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^^555553!!r5555SS55SS5^^5?^ om^^^s^^/^ ^3 ^M JPDROMCLE 2fO^ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \\/AR Vol 24 Nn 7 E:ntered aa Second-Oftu MuttMr, vol. «, wo. 7 Pnrtnfrte* rohimhu*.. Ohio. Postofflce Coiumbuf., Ohio. COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY. PEimUARY \\ 1046 D«vcrt«d to American and J«wlih Idvsit Renewed Effort Needed to Put Ikcross Jewish Center Campaign .Strictly Confidential Tidbits Prom Everywhere By Phlneus J. Blron Annual Brotherhood Week Proclaimed By- President Truman SCOOP OP THE YEAR .. ISaWhat purports lo be Incon¬ trovertible evidence that Rev, Charles E. Coughlin was a paid Nazi HRent Ls contained In the eurrent Issue of "In Fact" The alleged evidence, according to In Fact, Is said to be contaln- , ed in a sworn affidavit hy a for- mer government witt^t'ss at a Nazi spy trial..The alleged af¬ fidavit purportedly states tha*. Coughlin wa.s paid by the Ger¬ man government for disseminat¬ ing anti-Semitic propaganda furnisheil l>y other Nazi agents. The affidavit, according to In Fact, has heen suppressed hy the Department of .Justice be¬ cause of assurances that Coughlin would withdraw from ail public activities and that he would discontinue publication of Social Ju.stice. .The full story is contained in the February llt.h issue of In F'act..If you are not a subscriber, we urge you to write to In Fact, 25 As¬ tor Place, tfew? York, City^ AMAZING StOBY.... IftThe ¦ alleged Coughlin affi¬ davit is said by In Fact to have been signed by Rev. Aleksl Pely penfjo, who now resides in the Argentines The affidavit, ac¬ cording to the publication,' al¬ legedly charges that: 1. Cough¬ lin actually received money from Nazi agents. .2. Coughlin requested anti-Semitic propa¬ ganda from those agents 3. Coughlin collalwrated with a secret Federal agent whom he (ConUnued on Page 8) New Members' Night To Be Observed At Temple Feb. 22nd The annual Brotherhood Week, sponsored hy the Nation¬ al Conference of Christians and Jews, has been designated hy proclamation of President Har¬ ry S. Truman as Febru."rv 17- 2-1. President Truman is .serving as Honorary National Chairmfin and Mr Harold E. Stassen, Gen¬ eral Chairman for the obser¬ vance. The State committee is licaded by Governor Frank G. l,ausche; the other officers of the state committee are D'-. Clyde Hlssong, Ohio Depart, ment of Education, Chairman. Rablil Samuel M Gup, Execu¬ tive Secreiai'y. The keynote of the week is "teamwork". "Whatever prob lem," .says Rabbi Gup. "this per¬ plexed post-war world presents, only teamwork offers hope o.*" solving It. The task which con¬ fronts the Araerican people is to extend the i-ecognltlon of the Fatherhood of God, the Brother hood of Man, arid ^he Bomehood ot the Nation. The~slbgaii for everyone is to stand lip and be , counted among those who wlU give to others the same dignities and rights a person wants for himself.. "Brotherhood, Week accents the American brotherhood. It calls upon everyone lo 1. 'Pledge allegiance to the basic ideai of the country—fair play for ali (2) Keep America free from the disease of hate that destroyed Europe." An intensive eduealional pro¬ gram is ready to be launched (Continued on Page Eight) Rev. Arthur Milne To Address Broad St. Temple Dramatizing the spirit of brotherhood which will charac¬ terize Ihe week of Feb .)7th ihru 2-1, recent;y proclaimed as New Members' Night will be observed at the Bryden Road Temple next Friday, Feb. 22, In connection with the Sabbath Eve .service. This is an annual event in the life of the Corxgre- galion. All the new members who have been 'taken Into the fellowship wili be greeted t>oth from the pulpit by the Rabbl and at a reception which will follow the service by the Offi¬ cers of the Temple, the Brother¬ hood and Sisterhood. Sigma Delta Tau To Celebrate 25th Anniversary Sigma Delta Tau Sorority -will celerate the 25th anniversary of the founding of Its Gamma Chapter at Ohio State Universi¬ ty with a gala week-end of ac¬ tivities. Alumnae from many parts of the country are return¬ ing for this occasion which is being planned by the Columbus Alumnae Associalion of Sigma Delta Tau and by the active chapter, Workers Urged to Ctfmplete Calls on Their Lists by the End of Next Week l^v. AWhnp Mllnc'"- >?'¦ National Brotherhood Week, Rabbl Chanover, of Congregar tion Tifereth Israel, will ex¬ change pulpits with Rev. Ar¬ thur Milne of'the First Metho¬ dist Church, iit Bryden Road and 18th St. .The e.xchange of pulpits, an annual practice that has proven stimulating and enlightening, will he effected on Feb. 22nd and 2-lth. At Friday evening services, Feb. 22nd, Rev. Ar¬ thur Milne will address the Broad St. congi'egation on "The Crisis of our Common Faith", (Continued on Page' Eight) Calliiig for renewed effort on the part of workers,in the .Jewish Center campaign. General Chairman Rudolph J. Klemperer revealed this week that failure to follow through was seriously endangering the project. "We have received reports on only, a fifth of the gen¬ eral solicitation and at this time we should be more than half way," Mr. Klehiperer said. "Unless our workers get into this impoilant pha.se of the campaign immediately the whole Center campaign will suffer to the point where the result will be a matter of deep concern. "A chieck-up shows that many workers have not made the calls on their lists. Others still are carrying, completed pledge cards in their pockets and have not reported the results. 1 "This is the most difficult part ^)f any drive—llie tedious, Iiard work of getting contributions in a communiiy-wide canvass. But unless we succeed in our part of Ihe campaign the entire pro gram will be jeopardized, "We hive a great reaponslbll- ity to back up the work alr^adjt.- done' by Campaign Chairman Samuel N. Summer and the oth- War Photographer Will Present Palestine Picture Pioneer Women to Hold Annual Dinner Sunday Evening , , ... ,.^ ,, Miss'Alyce Luft, 23 S. Cassady A special committee, with Mr Ave., is president of the Alum- Rudolph Stern, Charman and ngg ^^ M,sg ghlrley Pearlov, comprising Messrs Milton Staub, 121.15th Ave., is president of the L, J. Goodman, Sig U Weiss- .^^^^„^ chapter. A luncheon at the chapter house, l2M5th Ave. on. Satur- kerz, William Kahn, Rabbl S. M. Gup and Mrs. Lester Glick¬ man, have .set up a program of special arrangements 0 f wel¬ come. Flowers will be distribu¬ ted 10 the new members 'Snd their wives. Special invitations have- been extended to them and their friends io be present. Those who will be greeted are: Mr. and Mrs. Armand Abel, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Yenkin, Dr. and Mrs, H. M. Rothman, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Newpoft, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schiff, Mr and Mrs. Bernard Ruben, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Steinhauser, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Palestrant, Mr. and Mrs. Natheui Goren- (Continued on Page 8) day, (today) followed by enter, .tainment provided by the ac¬ tives will open the testiyities. A cocktail party alf the home of. Mrs. LeRoy Morris, 41 Stan- berry Rd., will take place Sat¬ urday afternoon followed by a formal banquet at the Deshler- Walllck Hotel Saturday evening. Sunday noon there wi)l be a dinner at the chapter house with open house and a tour of the campus scheduled for the after¬ noon. ,. Among aliminae returning for J.he occasion Is Miss Frances Segal of Chillleothe, O., who was president of Sigma Delta (Continued on Page Eight). Mrs. S. Ki-avcrnian All plans have been complet¬ ed for the annual joint dinner of the Pioneer Women's Organ¬ izations, Chapters 1 and 2, which is lo be held this Sunday evening, Feb. 17th, at the East Broad St. Temple. The entire proceeds of this event will go towards practi¬ cal projects in the upbuilding of Palestine for the now scat- ened and homeless Jews of Europe. - The dinner event which Is scheduled for 6 o'clock, will have the following program: America, Oroup; Invocation, Col. K. H. Cooper Col. Edwin H. Cooper, the man who photographed the life of the American soldier on all war fronts, will appear in Col¬ umbus under the auspices of the Zionist District next Mon¬ day, l'"'eb. IS, at 8 P. M., at the Broad St. Temple. Colonel Cooper is one of the world's greatest photographers and he and his camera toured England, Italy, North Africa, Egypt, Palestine, Iran, India, Burma, and China. His photo¬ graphic record of the war "With (Continued on Page Eight) Rabbl Hyman Chanover; Din ner; Toastmaster, Dr. B. W. Ati- ramson; Welcome, Mrs. Harry Frieilland, i-*residenl, Women's Pioneer, Chapter ! and IVlrs. Max Bernstecker, President, Wom en's Pioneer, Chapter 2; Pales¬ tinian Songs, Miss Thelma Zis¬ enwlne with Estelle Covel as accompanist; Address, Rabbi Mordecai Hirschsprung; Auc¬ tioneering of Candles, Mr. Stan¬ ley Sthwartz. The guest speaker for the oc¬ casion will be Mrs. Sigmund Braverman, prominent Zionist worker and Jewish educator, of Cleveland, O. "Llbble", as she is affectionately known to thous¬ ands In her community, has given over two decades of active (Continued on Page Four) HONOR ROLL Of A<>l>ITIO\AIi JBWISH CENTER CONTRIBUTORS On Page S bf this Issue or leaders. They gave the Jew¬ ish Center a fin? start and their pledges brought us within sight of our $425,00 goal. Now is the time for us to go over the top of that quota In our contribu¬ tions drive." The community-wide canvass began Feb. 1. At that time ll was hoped it could be completed by next week. The workers' di-. vijiion, headed by Mr, Klemper- , er, now is trying lo speed up its canvass to meet that dead¬ line. Assisting Mr. Klemperer as vice chairmen are Sig L. Welss¬ kerz, Herman Katz, Samuel Schlonsky and Sidney L. Katz. Nearly 100 "Workers are organ¬ ized in teams under their leader¬ ship. At the opening of the cam¬ paign. Chairman Summer an- ounced that trustees of special funds had pledged $100,000 for the Center if the remainder could be raised from contribu¬ tions. A special gifts solicitation at a dinner in the Seneca Hotel Jan. IVth brought out pledges of major contributions for more than half the $325,000 whleh must be raised. Remainder of this amount was the goal of the canvassing group. Their efforts during the nexi week will determine wheth¬ er it will be possible to go ahead with plans for the Center. Pledge^ made now may be paid during the next three yeara 1046, 1947 and 1948. When the total of funds available is de¬ termined, plans for the Jewish Center site and building jvill be prepared to permit qonatrUctlon when labor and materials are' available.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1946-02-13|
|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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