Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1942-11-13, page 01
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m ^j\\;y Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jeyyish Community \J[\<^ Is!' ISi li;' ti' Vol 21, No. 48 COlitnWBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBEn 13, 1IM2 Devoted ta Aamrlemn and Jewish IdealH Strictly Confidential Tidbits Prom Rvi-rywhere By Phinrn.s .1. Blron COMMENT ^ That canard which the UnU ted Press circulated Idst week about the "re.signation of Henry Morgenthau was Inspired by po¬ litical gossips wI)o are trying to undermine the Secretary of the Treasury . . . It's true that Mor¬ genthau has evinced a genuine Interest In the fate ot homeless Jewry ... But the story that he was considering leadership in the Zionist Organization is cut out of whole cloth . . , One of the silliest arguments against a Jew¬ ish army of stateless and Pales¬ tinian .lews was advanced re¬ cently by Major George Field¬ ing Eliot, the military expert who last year predicted Russia's collap.'^e within six weeks . . . The Major says that a Jewish army would require time for training and equipping ... So what? . . . What about the Amer¬ ican boys In the American Army? , . . Are they born with rifles on their shoulders. IN THE AIB B^ Leonard Lyons reports the story of Monseigneur Chaptal Auxiliary Bishop of Paris, who insists on wearing a yellow band and the Magen David on his sleeve as he walks the streets of that Nazo-occupied city . . . The most reverend gentleman's ex¬ planation for his voluntary iden- ¦ tlfJcaUon^jiyJth the nou-Aiyans tr5i~r-tertBa,t;4iqt/,8U of his grandpar¬ ents, were one hundred per cent . Aiyan . . . Which reminds us of an Incident reported by a reader of the Aufbau, the German-lan¬ guage refugee weekly ... It seems that a certain German Jew who had obtained his visa for America was helped greatly, (Continued on Page Elghtl F. B. I. Man To Address T. I. Men's Club At Meeting Tuesday A real treat is being provided next Tuesday evening, Nov. 17 by the T. I. Men's Club of the Broad St. Temple when Special Agent of the F. B. I. R. O. Kittel- son will address the group on many phases of his activities. Few people realize the impor¬ tant role now being played by these men associated with the B. B. WILL INITIATE 100 NEW MEMBERS; SACHAR TO SPEAK Dr. A. L. Sachar, noted histor¬ ian, author and lecturer and Na¬ tional Director of the B'nai B'rlth Hlllel Foundations, is to be the speaker next Monday evening, Nov. IBth. at the Broad Street Temple when 100 new members will be initiated Into Zion Lodge, B'nal B'rlth. The new class is to be known as the Isadore W Garek Victory Class honoring this B'nai B'rith leader now serv¬ ing as president of District No. 2. Thousands Needed In Blood Donor Campaign Haven't you said a thousand times since Pearl Harbor, since Bataan and Corregldor, and every time you've heard of a lad giving up his life In this war— "I wi.sh I could do something!" Well here's your chance. A Blood Donor Center, spon¬ sored by the FYanklln County Red Cross for the wounded In the Army and Navy, has been opened at the southeast corner of Spring and High Streets. COUNCIl. APPBAIS Colnmbus must hav« 6,000 Blood Donor Robes by Dec. I.St, The JocaJ section, Coan- ril of -Tewish Women have been given a quota of 100. Tlii.s work must bo done at once. Ho plenso come pre¬ pared fo sew on next Tacsday, Nov. 17th, at 10 o'clock, at tho Bryden Road Temple. The work jH under tho supervision of Mrs. 8. R. Hirsch, sowing chalrniun. ANTI-DEFAMATION SEMINAR, OHIO-KY. STATE B'NAI B'RITH ASSN. AND AUXILIARY GROUPS TO MEET HERE THIS WEEK AT DESHLER Dr, A. li. Sachar A capacity crowd is anticipated at this special B'fcai B'rlth meet¬ ing which is scheduled for 8;00 P. M. All members, their wives and friends are Invited to attend. First nomination of officers is also to be held at that time. Hailed throughout the country' for his brilliant addresses and^ lectures, Dr. Sachar Is equally known as the author of the popu¬ lar "History of the Jews" and the recent companion volume "Suf¬ ferance Is The Badge". As the leader of the largest Jewish youth organization in the world, Dr. Sachar guides the destinies of 75 Hlllel units in the colleges and universities ot America and Canada. The tal¬ ent of these units was recently established as the Sara Delano Roosevelt Inter-falth House of Hunter College, New York. The Interfalth House organized there by Initiative of Hlllel Is located in the former New York resi- F. Needed right away are volun¬ teers, so from 3000 to 5000 will be on the list when the blood- taking begins Dec. 7, Pearl Har¬ bor anniversary. Call Main 3307 for an appointment The center must average 1000 pints donated each week. Dr. Charles A. Doan, professor -tjf rintBrnuI-inediclae at Ohio State University arid an IntBhia- tlonaily known hematogollst, will be technical supervisor. Richard M. Allicon, 59 S. Stan¬ wood Rd., Is director. BROTHERHOOD SABBATH HI'KAKER FRIDAY, NOV. 20 Federal Bureau of Investigation.! , r t> ,.i . , >, In the present war emergency h^,<^"f °' President and Mrs they are charged with tracking ' '^°°^^2l_ down the fifth column elements',, _> ul- m-n throughout the country so that AkPOn KaDDI Will production In all war plants will AWHrocc UaWacc'ih not be Impaired. Mr. Klttelson's """'"'''» ndUdbbdll message should prove of vital In- MeetJnQ TUCSdaV terest to all of us. . The meeting, scheduled for 8:30 The regular meeting of the P. M.. Is open to all members, Columbus chapter of Senior Ha- their wives and friends and will da.ssah will be held next Tues- be held In the auditorium of the day afternoon, Nov. 17th, at the East Broad St. Temple. "JASON" TO BE PRK8BNTBD AGAIN TONIGHT AT CHiU'Kl, The outstanding Broadway suc¬ cess "Jaspn" by Samuel Raph- aelson, presented by the Hillel Players Thursday night, will re¬ peat their performance tonight Rosow giving the opening pray- (Saturday) at 8 o'clock, in the er. Bryden Rd. Temple. The study group will meet at 12:30 P. M., Tuesday with Mrs. B. W. Abramson as leader. It is hoped that everyone will come at that time and participate In a very interesting discussion. The regular meeting will follow at 2:00 P. M. with Mrs. Jerome University Chapel Directed by Mike Schwartz, this sparkling comedy is a take¬ off of a famous New York critic and an unpredictable young playwright who manages to cause a commotion Ln tbe world of drama. The program chairman la very happy to announce that Rabbi Elijah D. Stampfer, spiritual leader of the United Jewish Or¬ thodox Community of Akron, O., will be the guest speaker. Rabbi Stampfer was born in Jerusalem (Continued on Page Four) This Saturday evehing, Nov. 14th, will open the Ohio Antl- Dpfamation League .wmlnar at Ihe Deshler-Walllck Hotel to be held jointly with .sessions of the Ohio-Kentucky B'nai B'rlth Asj.-n. annual meeting. William Was¬ serstrom, well-known local at¬ torney, is president of the As.sn. and Sylvan H. Wise Is Its se¬ re tary. A display on anti-defamation techniques and materials will be on exhibit in the meeting hall .Saturday and Sunday. Staff members of A. D. L. will be pres¬ ent for consultation. Chairman of Saturday evening meeting will be Isadore W. Gar¬ ek. president of Di.slrict No. 2, li'nai IVrith. The principal speaker will be Max N. Kroloff, assistant to Richard Gutstadt executive director of A. D. L. His subject will bo "Blueprints for Understanding". On Sunday morning, the busi¬ ness sessions of Ohio-Kentucky Assn. will take place. "War Soi-- vice activities of the Order" will be discussed by Leo M. Ascher- rfian and "Lodge Problems" by Michael Sharlitt, field director tor District No. 2. Women's Auxiliary Meets The Women's Auxiliary of Ohio-Ky. Assn., will also meet at the same time with the following local women participating on the program: ,Mrs. Sylvia -¦Schecter; president of'Hon 'liod^a'-'^uxll-j iary, giving the message of wel¬ come; Response, by Mrs. Tillle! Rosenthal, 1st vice-president ofj Ihe frtate Assn.; Remarks by Rab-j hi Harry Kaplan, director of Hil-I lol Foundation at Ohio State Uni¬ versity; Installation of officers, Mrs. Sara Schwartz. E. J. Schanfarl)er Is to preside It the luncheon meeting, at which time Leonard Finder, Re¬ gional Director of A. D. L. for New York City, will speak on the I*]astern Scene and National Projects." During the afternoon, Stanley S .[ac(jbs. director of Speakeis iJureau, will discuss "i'ractirai I'ui)lic Relations". Al)el E. Ber land, director of the Leagues Community .Service DeiJartment will give an all-over picture of self-discipline projects initiated by the Anti-Defamation League, ills subject will be "Being Our Brother's Keeper". An analysis of anti-Semitic activities and per.sonalities in the East, the "Christian Front" proi> lem, KUberslvo activities, and cooperation with law enforce¬ ment agencies will be made by Leonard l''lnder of New York' City. "Our local scene" will be the discussion of Allan Tarshlsh, chairman of Columbus A. D. L. Coinniiuee and Civil Rights Committee of Jewish Communl- i(y ('(Hiiicil. The summation of Wm. Wasserstrom ^^t/iV^/.-il I'j. J. .4<'iu»nfarber Dr. Jacob R. Marcus Dr. Jacob R. Marcus, i'rofes¬ sor of Jewi.sh History at the He¬ brew Union College, Cincinnati, will be the guest speaker at the Annual Brotherhood service to be hel(i at Bryden Koad Temple next Friday, Nov. 20, at 8 P. M., ¦. ,, , ¦ u .. Dr. Marcus received his A. b.! confei-ence will tie given by Max degree al Ihe Universily of Cin-| l''>"l<'ff, "f tiie Chicago, A. D. L. cinnati and his degree of Uabbi """f-"^- ^ . , , at the Hebrew Union College. After each presentation, dele- He studied in Europe from 1922 R"l-e--i and those In audience may to 1926 at the University of Kiel "¦* questions of League repre- and the University of Berlin. He also studied in Paris and Pal¬ estine. Dr. Marcus is the author of "Israel Jacobson", "A Brief In¬ troduction to the Bibliography of Modern Jewish History", The Rise and Destiny of the German Jew" and has contributed numer¬ ous scholarly articles to the He- (Continued on Page Four) .sentatlves and call attention to specific problems In their own communities. Conference Committee The committe for the seminar and conference are: Irwin Wolf, Albert Schiff, Julius Steinhauser, Julius Feibel, Alfred Kobacker, Bt- E. J. Gordon, Sylvan Wise, Sidney Kusworm, Leonard Frei¬ berg, Joseph Goodman, Harry 1. W. Garek Gilberl, I. \V. Garek, Justin Sill- man, Allan Tarshlsh. William Was.serstrom. Edwin J. Schan¬ farber, Allen Gundershelmer, I''red Ijazarus, J. Eugene Farber, Alfred M. Cohen, Nathan Soiing- er and Joseph Freedman. Columbus Jewish community Is invited to attend these ses¬ sions and the luncheon Sunday, at 12:00 M. Show roor SDpr«el»Uon to tbe Chronicle'* XI y«ara of loyftl »ad de¬ voted aervtce to Ootumbao Jenlili Comfnanily by paylnK your lUbBOrlp- tion DOW—13.00 to* the ye»r.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1942-11-13|
|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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