Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1946-04-26, page 01
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Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community yJAlK Vol. 24, Xo. 17 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRU, 20, 194B Dtvottd to Amtrican «nd Jvwith Idcall Strictly Confidential Tidbits Prom Bverywhero By Phlneas J. Blron . AFTER PASSOVER MUSINGS fePolIs on anll-Semltlsm are taken, periodically It is even rumored that some of these polls are not merely encouraged by certain Jewish defense organ^ izatlons—they are e*en subsi¬ dized.. This is quite understand¬ able. .Scientific polls are very desirable...And nobody would deny that It Is important for all of us to know the extent and pace of the growth of anti-Semi¬ tism in this country..But it is of no less importance for us to realize that anti-Semitism is a political weapon in no Way de¬ pendent on Jewish behaviour.. It is not the Jews who should be cured of their anti-Semitic com¬ plex. It Is the perpetrators of the anti-Semitic crimes who mustbe tackled. .That is why we lose patience with those who go on investigating the causes of antl- Semltlsm. .Anti-Semitism is be¬ yond the stage of investigation, It is not a mysterious disease like cancer...Jew and Christian of good will must concentrate on the cure of anti-Semitism.. Thla means that we must eradi¬ cate and eliminate fascism, the mother of modern anti-Semi¬ tism .. WB TAKB EXCEPTION... ¦ lisThat'B wfty we object to an ¦ ai'tlole.-, by.,;.,Samuel H. Flowerr jnan aiid'-Marie Jahoda hi the April issue oE The Commeptaty, published by the American Jew. Ish Committee The article deals with the subject of "Polls on Antl-Semltlsm" There is nothing wrong with the article but the conclusion is revolting.. (Continued on Page Eight) Complete Plans For Temple Brotherhood Ladies Nigrht All plans have been complet¬ ed for the annual Ladies Night party by the Bryden Road Tem¬ ple Brotherhood next Tuesda-y, April 30th. The affair, which Is to begin at 6 P. M:, in the Tem¬ ple, \yili Include a turkey din¬ ner with all trimmings at $1.25 per plate. Because of small accommoda¬ tions, reservations will be lim¬ ited to 300 persons. Following the chnner, an un¬ usual humorous and interesting program will be presented by members of the Brotherhood. Thirty attractive prizes are to be awarded that evening. Dr. Samuel Rosenfeld is general chairman of this year's event.. Reservations may be made by calling the Temple office, FA, 7838. KATZ NAMED ON ADVISORY COUNCIL OP NATIONAL JBWISH HOSPITAL Sidney L Katz, president of y'J^P^*^f 62, B'nai B'rith, ''g Tp was last week JL-'*S*, 1'* '"^''^ ^ member y^§^^ ', of the National Advisory Coun¬ cil as Columbus r e presentative of the National Jewish Hospital at Denver, Coio. The Hospital has a National Board of Trus¬ tees of 101 mem¬ bers, and It is the hope of Mil¬ ton L. Anfenger, president of the institution, to increase the field of Interest lo 500 so that it may truly become the dream of its founders—the leading medical center for the treatment of tuberculosis in America. Broad St. Temple To Honor Rabbi Zelizer Thursday, May 16th On Thursday evening. May Ifi,' East Broad Street Temple will honor Rabbi Nathan Zelizer with a homecoming banquet on the occasion of his return after two years service in the armed forces of our country. The event win also be a formal welcome to all returning members and sons and daughters of members who had served In world war II, - Rabbl Zelizer had served as chaplain since the early part of 1944 in camps here as well as those in the South Pacific. Dur¬ ing his absence Rabbis Moshe Goldblum and Hyman Chanover officiated at Tifereth Israel Con¬ gregation. More details of this affair will be given in next week's issue of the Chronicle. Temple Will Hold Its 4th Annual Graduation May 3 Katz SPEAKERS AT JWB'S 29th ANNUAL MEETING robebt r p\TTrn'io\ ' Sieci r. I I GENMUI (>M\K -V BRADLEY I tic nns iin miHrator Many German Jews To Be Admitted To U. S. Under Truman BERLIN (WNS)—The first group of Immigrants to be ad¬ mitted to the United States un¬ der President Truman's recent directive will include 150 Berlin Jews, it was disclosed here by a spokesman for the American Counsul at Berlin, .Simultaneously the official de¬ clared the first transport of Im¬ migrants Is to leave early next month. The three-year-old Bela Simon, who <»»s adopted sever¬ al months ago by Sgt. Bert Si- . mon of the American Army, re¬ ceived the first approval visa from the Berlin office. Sgt. Si¬ mon, of i-lrooklyn, New York, found the child in an orphanage and adopted it after many diffi¬ culties with the authorities. in the meantime it was dis¬ closed here by the American Military Governntent that Jew¬ ish DP's employed in its em¬ ploy would not bo affected hy the recent order calling for the replacement, whenever possible, of foreign nationals by Ameri¬ can citizens. FRANK L. WEIL President, J If B PROF. S. W. BARON Columbia Univertity DR. L. F. KIMBAU President, USO The 29th annual meeting - of the National Jewish Welfare Board, May 4 to 6, Washington, D. C, win be dedicated to a graphic presentation of JWB service to the armed fdrces since 1040, as well as of its post¬ war programs and veterans ser¬ vice. Speakers at the JWB meet¬ ing include Secretary of War Patterson, who wili discuss the role of volunteer welfare agen¬ cies in winning the war; V.eter- a n Administrator Bradley, whose topic is "The Veteran and his Problem;" JWB President Weil, speaking on "From War to Peace;" Prof. Baron, chairman of the JWB Survey Commission, who will give a progress report on the study, and USO Presi¬ dent Kimball, discussing "The USO and JWB." J. J. C. C. PAGEANT TO BE BB HELD AT THE HARTMAN THEATER The Junior Jewish Communi¬ ty Council has arranged to se¬ cure the Hartman Theater for Its. presentation of Maurice Sam¬ uel's "Pageant of the Strong". The Pageant is to be presented before the entire community by the Jewish'youth group some¬ time In June. Try outs have been extremely successful, and Miss Russell, dramatic director, and Mr. Grodln, music director, have announced that final try outs and casting will be held next Monday, April 29, at the Schonthal Center, promptly at 8 P. M. The 14th Annual Graduation of the High School Department will take place at Bryden Road Temple, in connection with the Sabbatif Eve Service, on this coming Friday, May 3, 8 P. HI- After the Service, the graduates and their parents will be tender¬ ed a reception by the Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood. The graduates Include Ruth- ann Mendel, John. Hausman, Marie Fleck, Judy Kapian, Myra Lee Rotbiatt, Sue Roth and Joan Schlff. The program is as follows: Buthann Mendel, Speech "Elev¬ en Million Ambassadors"; Judy Kapian, Speech "The Position of Reform Judaism in National Jewish Organizations"; Sue Roth, Speech "Yesterday, Con¬ firmation; Today,, Graduation; Tomorrow, Participation';; John Hausman, Closing Prayer; Myra Liee Rotbiatt, Readings from the Prayer Book; Marie Fleck, Cand¬ le lighting ceremony; Joan Schiff, Opening Prayer; Leon 3. Goodman, President of Temple, Presentation o f Certificates; Rabbi Samuel M. Gup, Address. The graduates have completed two years course of training since their confirmation. The curriculum consisted' primarily of the acquisition of knowledge concerning Jewish life and re¬ lationships, so as the better to prepare the graduates Intelli¬ gently to take their place In the Jewish community. OSCAR BROWN WILL ADDRESS B'NAI B'RITH INITIATION MEETING MONDAY EVENING Oscar A. Brown, director of ADL activities in Cleveland and former a.ssisfant Attorney Gen¬ eral of Ohio, will- address the initiation meeting of BmaKB'rith next Monday, 8 p. m., at the Broad St.. Temple. The meeting will be the oc¬ casion of the largest Spring init¬ iation in the history of the lodge, according lo Sidney L. Katz, President. More than 125 new members, most of them veterans of World War II, Wlli be initiated as the Maurice K. Topson . class. The initiation ceremony will, be conducted by the Zion Lodge, No. 62, degree team which has been recognized throughout B'nai B'rith District 2 as one of the outstanding performers in the organization. The meeting will be called to order promptly at 8 p. m^., and everyone is urged to come early. This entire program is open to the public and members are encouraged to bring guests. The members of the class to be initiated as announced by Abraham Gertner, membership chairman, are as follows: NEW MEStnEBS ¦ jBnasryl, Kie to AprU 2i Ell Ableman, Louis Ackerman, Mur¬ ray Alexander, Dave Beckman, MU¬ ton Bender, Hobert S. Bender, Ray Beniamln, Fred K. Bergman. Morris Berllnar. Mitchell Blazer. .Arthur J. Block, Philip Bloom, Harold B Bon- art, Bernard H. Brahm, Louis Brody. David Cloyman, Dave Cohen, Lew Cohen, Mitchell D. Cohen, Dave Coop¬ ersmlth. Nate Coopersmlth, Harold Covel. Edward Cowall. Dr. Sol A. Danchlk. Howatd Edei¬ son. Lincoln L. Endolman, Jed Endel- mih, Albert 'Fine. Sanfird Flnke. I Jock Fishman, tester Fleck, Fred H. Fleischman. Mack Fleishman Walter Franc. Martin Freedman, Harry A. Freidenberg, Leon Friedman Melvin Furman. Martin Gitlln. Wm. L. Gllck, Arthur Godofskv Irving Gold. Ben Goldberg, Willard Goldberg, .Leonard Gorelick, Tammlo Goronkln,, Joe Greenberg Jerome Gross, Arnold Grossman. Albert Guggenheim. David Handler, Donald Harmel. Harry Hof¬ helmer Robert E.-Horowitz, Samuel Horowitz, E. E. "Kellner, Ted Fink¬ elsteln. Nathan L. Koslln, Jerry Kreske, Malcolm Kreske. Julian A. Krupnlck., Stvart M. Krupnlck. Herman L^rer, David l^tow. Ben, Levin Harry Le. vin. Robert Levlne. Sam Levlne. Don¬ ald Ijevlnsteln Richard A. Lovlspn, Dolph Lewln. Leonard Llbsler. Martin Lieberman. Robert Lieberman, Julius. E. 'Margulls Lloyd Mark. Jack Mat¬ thews. Alan M. Mlckler. Bernard Mor¬ ganstem. Benny Newpoft, Joseph Op¬ penheimer William Papier, Gregory H. Paul, Loula Press, Richard Rapen- port, Benjamin Rehmar, Martin M. .Rich Herman Ringer. Howard N. Rose, Meyer Rose, WUUam H. Rosen. Hynnen Rosenberg. Louis Rubin. Jack Savltz. Herbert SchlH, Alvln Schottenstein Alvln E. Schottenstein, Charles Schulman, Mayer Scljwartz, Harold Schvne, Max R. Shapiro, Jr., Samuel L. Sherman. Fred Silbersteln. Manuel Socoloff Saul Socoloff. Julius Sokol. I?ler Solomon. Alvln Solove. Harry Sonnensteln. Martin Sowalsky. Simon Splra. Samuel N. Summer, Jr., Joe L. Tabowltz Morton T. Thompson. Herbert Tieman. Sanford A. Tlemen. Sanford Topolosky, Nelson J. Topson, Harold D. Wasserstrom Henry C. Wechsler Adoiph D. Weinberger, Bruce W>ells, Harold Wolt, Sam N. Wolk, Harry H, Wolman. Ira J^onard Vork Gilbert M. Zisenwlne, Dr, Jacob A. Ziskind. PLASH! Washington ohairman ol Inquiry Committee reported tp have submitted to State Department the following findings believe^ to reconir mend, admission of one Hun¬ dred Tlhoi|8and,Jowlsli D. P.'s to Palestine this year. Army transpoi-tatlon to be. nsed. Rcpudltation ot Whltepaper. no solution of Statehood. Ad- nilnistmtion V. N. CouncU. ajllen gundersheimer re.bl,bk;ted cOivlmunity chest president Allen Gundershelmer, presi¬ dent and treasurer of the Fash¬ ion Co., was re-elected presi¬ dent of the Community Chest for the next year at the annual meeting held Wednesday. Among the threes community che.st tru.stees re-elected for a three year term was Robert K. Levy, of the Union Co. Robert Weiler, of Archer-Meek-Weiler, was appointed cliairman of the budget committee. K. T. Z. FRATERNITY TO HOLD CENTER BENEFIT DANCE TONIGHT SPECIAIi NOTICE TO ALL COUNCIL MBMBEHS Members of the Columbus Section, National CouncU of Jewish Women, are asked to keep the date of Tuesday, May Tth, open, as an Important event Is to take place at that' time. Watch the Chronicle -for further details. A record turnout Is antlclpa- tetl for the dance being sponsor¬ ed by the Kappa Tau Zeta fra¬ ternity tonight! Saturday) In the Hall of Mirrors of the Desh¬ ler-Walllck Hotel. Music is to be furnished by Don Crawford and his orchestra. Proceeds of this affair, which is open to the public, will go towards the new Jewish Center Building Fund. Tickets may be purchased at the door this evening. NOTICE TO CHILDREN OF ALL LOCAL RELIGIOtJS SCHOOLS AND PABBNX8 . Please be sure to bring your Hadassah Child Welfare Fund envelopes, wilh coins enclosed, to your Religious School this Sunday morning, April 28th. These envelopes were distribu¬ ted to all school children on Sunday, April 14, with the re¬ quest that they be returned at the following session, with mon¬ ey enclosed. Those children, who do nM have envelopes, may give their contribution to their teachers.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1946-04-26|
|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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