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zJIWyf Serving Columbus, Dayton, Central and Soul Vol. 40, No. 32 FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1962 OtHO o I «Tl a rt rn./ J lU^.! .¦• / i-; ll»'ll " nn i'-."i.i '1 v'.;i Ui-i'-1 <i 39 °:;3*i'ah*T.r:L'ir'' '^'•',*' «t", ..i ^ .-.*.. - f '¦'. :''^.iiy^''c ^Uv,i5.H«^*:^<.j''>.-I-r''' '^ Britain Is Reluctant To Act Against Nazi Rockwell's Entry iVIembers of the Jewish Center Synchronized Swim Club are revealed indu.striously re¬ hearsing their chares for the forthcoming "Neptune Goes to the Circus" swim show at the Center, Saturday and Sunday evenings, Aug, U and 12. Pictured above are (clockwise from the bottom) Patty Canty, Joanne Mackin, Susan Mock, Ellen Gruber, Toni Stephens, Lou¬ ise Friday, Kathy Mackin and Ginny Shaloo. Center is Lenora Friday. 'NEPTUNE GOES TO I CIRCUS' AT CENTER POOL HUG. 11 AND 12 Miss Peg Pierce, Jewish Center aquatic director, announces that members of the Jewish Center Synchronized Swim Club will be among the participants in the eleventh annual swim show which will be held In the Center outdoor pool Saturday and Sun¬ day, Aug. 11 and 12, at 7 p.m. According to Miss Pierce, who has been aquatic director since the Center was erected 11 years ago, "Neptune Goes to the Cir¬ cus" is this year's theme anJ tbe circus idea will be carried out by having an animal train, cotton candy, snoW cones and clowns to add to the attraction. Featured In the show will be some SOO youngsters and young adults, performing synchronized swimming, diving, dancing, tram¬ poline, tumbling and speed swim¬ ming. Laddie Finke will serve as "ringmaster" tor the circus. Stu¬ art Greenberg is coach for div¬ ing, speed team, tumbling and trampoline at the Center. This big "main attraction" Is open to the public. Admission charge is 50c for adults and 35c for children. Israeli Specialists To Research In U.S. NEW YORK (JTA)—Two can¬ cer experts from Israel are Eimong four scientists who have been named for Eleanor Roose¬ velt International Cancer Fellow¬ ships, it was announced by the International Union Against Can¬ cer. These fellowships are made possible by funds provided by the Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer Foun¬ dation, Inc., affiliated with the American Cancer Society. The two Israeli scientists are; Dr. Nathan Tralnin, who will work for one year at the Na¬ tional Cancer Institute, Bethesda, under Dr. L.W. Law; and Dr. Jacob Menczei who is to work for ten months at the Hines Vet¬ erans Administration Hospital, Hines, under Dr. Herta Spencer. Mrs. Al Greenspun Hobby Show Leader For the second straight year, Mrs. A.L. Greenspun, 347 S. Gould Rd., has been named chairman of the 14th annual Golden Age Hobby Show sponsored by the Columlsus Citizen-Journal and the Columbus Recreation Department. Mrs. Greenspun Is well-known in Ohio for her work with senior citizens. She was one of the organizers of the Golden Age service committee of the Columbus Section, .Council of Jewish Women, and has served as the Chronicling The News Editorial 2 Synagogues 5 Shopping Guide 5 Society 6, 7 Sports 8, 9, 10 Teen Scene 10 chairman of the committee for many years to guide the activities of the Golden Age club sponsored jointly Ijy Council and the Jewish Center. MKS. GKEENSPUN bos-55^rk- cd with the Golden ^ge Hobbj;^ Show since its inception in 1958. She also is a member ol the Cen¬ tral Unit ot the Columbus Sym¬ phony Club, the Agonlem Club, the Crippled Children's Enter¬ tainment Association, and is a past board member of the Frank¬ lin County Arthritis and Rheu¬ matism Foundation. Serving with Mrs. Greenspun this year are Mra. Mark MoEllroy, 1168 E. Broad St., co-chairman; Mrs. Edward Wagner, 242 S. Chesterfield, program; Mrs. How¬ ard Bevls, 1976 Northwest Blvd., demonstrations; Mra. Bernard Feitlinger, 139 N. Merkle, promo tlon;.Mrs. Ernest F. Qcker, 777 Siebert St., judges; Mrs. Myrl Masters, Ft. Hayes, displays; Mrs. Allen Gundersheimer, Jr., 2671 Bryden Rd., music; Mra. Karl Auaenhelmer, 484 Wrexham Ave. hostesses. ALSO MRS. MORRIS PAINE, 273 S. Roosevelt Ave., table dec¬ orations; Mrs. Robert Draper, 104 S. Westmoor Ave., king, queen and grand prize winners; Mrs, Oscar Weston, 299 S. Roosevelt, transportation; Mrs. Joseph J. Van Heyde, 825 Enfield, TV and radio; Mrs. Irving R. Lackritz, 175 S. Merkle Rd., neighborhood publicity; Mrs. Sam Wolman, 926 E. Broad St., entries; Mrs. John Woodrow, 430 E. Kanawha, flow¬ ers; Mrs. Norbert Kruger, 175 Edgevale, Councilettes; Mrs. Lawrence Polster, 783 Francis Ave., refreshments; and Mrs. Jo¬ seph Engelman, 1445 E. Broad St., scrapbook. Other committee members In¬ clude Mra. P.T. Gillia, Mrs.' Carl Williams, Mrs. Delight Hill, Mrs. Milton Yassenoff, Mrs. I^FJl. Christy, Mrs. Emerson Stabtaker, Mrs. Daisy Budd, Mra .iDIch Tracy, Mrs. Mel Dodge, \i Mrs. Fran Fowler, Mrs. Ben ;Kahn, Mrs. Roswell Keller. ALSO MBS. MAX PRIElDMAN, Mrs. Jack McCalllster, Mrs. Charles Hill, Mrs. John Resler, Mrs. Bernard Yenkin, Mrs. Simon Lazarus and Mrs. Elaine Bonime. The Hobby Show will be held at the Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts on Sept. 14, 15 and 16. Men andj«rt5m«(i, 60 years of age or T)V^, are dibble to enter. Entries will be accepted at the Gallery on Monday sjna Tuesday, Sept. 10 and II. \y LATE NEWS FLASH George Lincoln Rockwell was arrested In London late Wednesday and reportedly was deported to the United States. JEWISH VETS PUN 'POSITIVE ACTION' LONDON (JTA)—Ignoring the advice of the leaders of organized British Jewry, who have called upon Jews to avoid riots during provocative fascist and Nazi massmeetings, hundreds of Jew¬ ish war veterans were reported this week to be organzing "posi¬ tive action" against anti-Semitic rallies. Prominent Jewish ex-service¬ men were saying openly they could "mobilize" 10,000 Jewa on the streets of London in a few hours. If tbe need ti> take "posi¬ tive action" against the anti-Jew¬ ish agitators arose. AT MANCHESTER, Peter Grlmshaw, a Labor Party coun¬ cillor, formed an anti-fascist committee. "The time has come," he stated, "for us to take matters Into our own hands. If the Gov- enment continues to hesitate over introducing legislation, we shall have to resort to violence. That is the only kind of language Mos¬ ley understands." PROTESTS AOAINST the Gov¬ ernment's failure lo act were also voiced sharply by David Weltz- mann, Eric Fletcher, and EJrIc Lubboclf. The first two are mem¬ bers of the Labpr Party, while Mr, Lubbock is a Liberal. Twenty members of London's City Council filed a resolution, calling upon the Council to pe¬ tition the Government to ban Incitement to violence "by per¬ sons advocating racial discrimin¬ ation and hatred." The City Council Is slated to discuss that resolution later this week. LONPON (JTA)—British authorities were in a quandary today with regard to George Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party, who succeeded In entering England de¬ spite the fact that the Home Office issued an order last week banning his admission to the country. Rockwell,, along with neo-Nazi leaders of German, Austrian, Hungarian and French nationality, is attending a conclave of British fasclts held at a private estate In Gloucestershire, organ¬ ized by Colin Jordan. The latter, a achool teacher recently dismis¬ sed from his job by the school board of Coventry, Is leader of the British National Socialist Party. ROOWBLL LAJflOED at Shan¬ non Airport, Ireland, last Thurs¬ day, it Was ascertained, and managed to get by the British immigration officials who had been Instructed by th© Home Of¬ fice to keep him out of this coun¬ try as an "undesirable person." Now, It appears that the Home Office Is reluctant to start de¬ portation proceedings against the American Nazi. After a conference at the Home Office l>etween police and Immi¬ gration authorities, it was indi¬ cated that long and complicated legal moves may preclude the issuance of a deportation order and that, pending the Issuance of such an order, Rockwell will be allowed to go wherever he please in lEhigland. ROCKWELL DEUVEKXa) a long tirade agadnat Jews at Oolin Jordan's rally at Gloucesterablre. Teenagers armed with heavy sticks and air rifles guarded the estate, while Rockwell shouted praises of Hitler. Jordjui and many of his cohorts wore fascist uniforms, emblazoned with the swastika, parading in jackboots reminiscent of Hitler's hordes. Scotland Yard plalnciothesmen visited the site of the fascist conference to check on the ac¬ tivities there. Jordan, refusing to leave the grounds, told a newspaper cor¬ respondent, talking to tbe latter across a fence: "Our principles and beliefs are, and we un¬ ashamedly admit them, the same aa prewar Germany's. We are proud that we are a racial move¬ ment." L E A »IN O NEW8FAPSRS here featured the reports of the Nazi conference at Gloucester¬ shire and the fact that Rockwell had entered Britain In the face of the Home Office order. The Daily Express bannerllne read: "Fueher Beats Ban." Meanwhile, a second f£iscist group, the British National Party, led by Andrew Fountalne, con¬ tinued its own conference at Pountalne's estate at King Lynne, about 100 miles north ot London. It was reported the Fountalne group discussed plans for a rally scheduled to be held at Trafalgar Square here on Sept. 2. Rallies have been held recently at that Square by Jordan's groups as well as by the third fascist group in this country. Sir Oswald Mosley's British Union Party. Both those rallies, as well as others held elsewhere by the Jordan and Mos¬ ley groups, resulted in riots and in many arrests. Arrest German Judge For Murder Of Jews HAMBURG (JTA) — A district court judge here was arrested this week for having taken part In the execution of 40 Jews in Russia during the Second World War. The judge, Fritz Puis, was charged by the Dortmund district attorney's office with having par¬ ticipated in the execution of the 40 Jewa In 1943 when he was a member of a communications unit accused of having perpetrated the crime. Judge Puis was re¬ lieved of his duties at his own re¬ quest on May 29, when the case waa under investigation by the Central Organ for Uncovering Nazi Crimes. The World's Week Compilad from JTA Raporti In Jerusalem, the Chief Rabbinate Council decided to establish a calendar committee to work in cAperation with other organizations in Israel and abroad in opposition to the adoption ot a proposal for calendar reform at the forthcom¬ ing Ecumenical Council in Rome. The effect of the calendar change of one dateless day each year would be that the Jew¬ ish Sabbath would fall on a different day of the week every year. In Bonn, the Ministries of Education of all German states Instructed all history teachers and history texttxjok writers to explain to public school sudents the history of the Nazi era as an element of democracy's struggle against totalitarianism. "Glorification of war and totalitarianism" will be forbidden in the public schools. In Santiago, Chile, the recent outbreak of anti-Semitic violence in Argentina and/Uruguay was condemned here at the opening of the annual convention of the Zionist Fed¬ eration ot Chile attended by more than 100 delegates. In Geaeva, It was announced that the third Assembly on European Jewish Community Services will be held here Nov. 4-6 under the auspices of'the Standing Conference on European Jewish Community Services and with the coop¬ eration of the Joint Distribution Committee. In New York, the Voice of America broadcast in the Russian Janguage to the Soviet population a denunciation of the Soviet Government's show trials of persons accused of "economic crimes," charging that these trials were angled against Jews and are thus Infecting the Russians with anti- Semitism. ARMAND OOHN NAME ARMAND COHN NEW ASSISTANT FOR COLUMBUS U.J.F.C. William V. Kahn annotinc-es the appointment of Armand Cohn as administrative assistant of the United Jewish Fund and (Council. C!ohn comes well qualified for the position. He has his under¬ graduate degree,' A.B., from the University of Cincinnati and his graduate degree in social work MSW from the University of Michigan where. he majored in community organization and ad¬ ministration. He spent one year as a field work student at the Jewish Wel¬ fare Federation in Detroit, Mich. He was a senior caseworker for 2'/j years at the Rosewood State Training School in Maryland, dealing with mentally retarded adults with a special emphasis on their placement and return to the community. For IVj years Cohn was as¬ sistant director of the United Fund of New Brunswick, NJ., where his duties included cam¬ paigning in behalf of 26 agencies, budgeting, social planning and public relations. He was associated with the. Jewish Community Council of Essex (bounty for a short time engaged In campaigning, social research, secretary to the Young Men's Service Group, Leadership Development programs. Following this latter experience Cohn was called into military servide as a member of the Army Reserves. He will be released shortly and will be in Columbus on or about Aug. 15 with his wife and one year old child. BKN-ZVI BAILED BANGUI, Central African Re¬ public (WUP)—President I. Ben Zvi arrived in thia capital late last week foilowrlng a flve-day visit In Brazzaville, the Congo Republic capital. In both cities he was acclaimed aa a great statesman of a great nation. Is¬ rael has established good rela¬ tions with most of the newly-ln- dependent African states. Final Chance For Friendly Greetings We offer you a final oppor¬ tunity to greet your friends and relatives in The Chronicle's New Year's Edition. This year the book will reach subscribers by Tuesday, Sept. 25. This Is an excellent method of expressing good wishes to all those dear to you and to the community at large. Act now. Our deadline Is rapidly ap¬ proaching. For details, see Page 10.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1962-08-10|
|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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