Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1947-02-28, page 01
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waeUaeoioglcai &. ltn.i.u»i«<»»' - N, High bt. ai luth—i ^ ^^:^1>- ^^ '^f^J/~Seryiag Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Communily\y\\^ Vol. 28, No.9. COLUMBUS, OHIO, PBIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1947 Devoted .^o American and Jewish Ideala Strictly Confidential Tidbits Prom Everywhere Br Phlneas J. Biron WHITEWASH?.... A few weeka ago Drew Pear¬ son ended his column, "Wash¬ ington Merry-Go Round", with a statement by Dr. Maurlco Goldman, '^unofficial Jewish leader in Buenos Aires," to the effect that "there Is no evidence ¦of official- hostility" against the 860,000 Jews In Peron's Argen¬ tina,, .Reference Is made, how¬ ever, to "scattered Instances of anti-Semitic demonstrations by small private groups",.We don't know what Mr, Pearson and Dr. Goldman want Jews to conclude about Peron's Government,,,, We do itnow that a country that plays host to Nazi .survivors Is not likely to exert any effort to stop the "scattered instances" frijm recurring.. .And we have reason to believe that "the scat¬ tered instances" are being fo¬ mented and led by the I'eron forces In the "unofficial'' capac¬ ities.... BROADWAY GOSSIP... Sir Stork expected at the Ar¬ thur Millers'. .He's the author of "All My, Sons", being hailed as the best serious drama to hit the,Great While Way In many a season... Paul Muni is read¬ ing scripts for his impending return to the legitimate stage.. Dinah Shore flying east with husband George Montgomery.. She'll sing at the White Hbuse Correspondents Dinner for President Truman on March 1.. John Garfield and LilU Palmer, who have been screening "Body and - Soul" In Hollywood, wUl make a piclure in England next (Continued on Page 8) Bureau Will Present Evening of Jewish Music, March Ilth The entire Jewish community is cordially Invited to attend the second annual "Evening of Jewish Music" on Tuesday, March 11, 8:30 P, M. at the East High School Auditorium, 1500 E. Broad St, The Bureau of Jewish Edu¬ cation is presenting this pro¬ gram of outstanding talent in the communlly in connection with the national observance of Jewish Music Festival Month. Xhe observance of Jewish music became very popular here In our city and throughout the country a.s well. Those who attended the program of Jewish music last year at the Colum¬ bus Gallery of Fine Arts wiii recall how well the program was received and that several hund¬ red people- had to be turned away- for lack of accommoda¬ tions,. The following will appear on the program: The Temple Israel Choir, Tifereth larael Choir, The Hlllel Quintet, Mrs, B. W. Abramson, Miss. Helen Aronoff, Mr. Melvin Berger, Cantiir P. H. Gellman, Miss Shirley Myer- ovlchf. Mrs. Leonard Quinn, Mrs. I. E. Stealfon, Miss Leah Smvick- ler, Mrs, F, Yenkin and 'he Co¬ lumbus Hebrew School Choral Group. SOPHIE TUCKER MAKES GIFT TO SCHANFARBER MIIMORIAL FUND Miss Sophie Tucker, famous .star of stage and screen, has ju.st contributed $100 to the Schanfarber Memorial Fund In memory of and admiration for E. J. Schanfarber, It was Miss Tucker who open¬ ed the first Jewish Student Fund Drive at the Hlllel Foun¬ dation in lfl;i7 when she spoke at a student rally at the request of Mr. Schanfarber. Kusworm To Address BBYM and BBYW at Sabbath Service RABBI ZELIZER ON THE AIR SUNDAY The Columbus Church of the. Air will present' RabbI Nathan ZeUzer over WBNS from 10 to 10:30 A. M., tills Sunday, March 2nd and every subsequent Sunday during March. MAX RIESER PASSES At press time the Chronicle received word of the sudden passing In Florida ot Max H, Rieser, for many years a prom¬ inent merchant and civic leader in Coiumbua. Complete details will appear In next week's issue, RALPH LAZARUS IS DIRECTOR OF BELLEFAIRE In a recent story in the Chron¬ icle 11 was erroneously stated that Ralpli Lazarus, of this city, was elected president of Bellefaire, child care Institution at Cleveland, O, It should have read that Mr, Lazarus was elect¬ ed as a new member of the Board, Frank E. Joseph Is at present the president of Belle¬ faire, Plif;ht of Jews In Europe Beyond Description, General Eisenhower Tells U. J. A. Hillel Players To Present "Winterset" Again Tonight The Thuraday night presen¬ tation "Winterset", Hillel Play- era' winter production, was very successful. The audience, filling the University Hall Chapel, was Very much Impressed by the performance. It was a splendid' Job on all angles of production —tha cast, the technical crew and the directing, all should be highly credited. The same play by Maxwell Anderson, was pre¬ sented by Hlllel In 1937 when it was highly praised by all who, had ,seen It This year, judging by last night's perform¬ ance, equalled it not excelled that previous effort "Winterset" Is a three act drama written In verse form and baaed pn the famous SaccoVen- zettl trial In the late 1920's, Often considered lo be one of the great expermlnental plays In the modern theatre, "Winter- set" deplcta the tragic love atory of Mio and MIriamne, with the struggle against class injustice and prejudice as the underlying theme. The final performance will be tonight, Saturday, March 1, at 8 o'clock. Sidney G, Kusworm Sidney G. Kusworm, national B'nal Brllh Treaaurer of Day¬ ton, 0„ will be the speaker at the Edwin J. Schanfarber Chap¬ ter of B'nal B'rith Young Men and B'nal B'rllh Young Wom¬ en al a joint Sabbath service lo be held next Friday, March 7, al the Agudath Achim syna¬ gogue. Among those who are to par¬ ticipate on the program are: Abe A. Wolman, Shirley Bres¬ tin, Gilbert Zlsenwine, Gussle Poling, Isadore Zeldln, Herman Elsenman, Buth Feldman, Dave Bronstein and Rahbl Hlrsch sprung. Sam Luper, Zlon Lodge B'nal B'rllh presskient, wUl in¬ troduce the speaker. Cantor P. Gellman and choir are to render appropriate selections. Following the service .refresh¬ ments win be served by the Sisterhood with the following B'nal B'rlth girls "assisting: Vir¬ ginia Margulis, Cella Melmed, Ida Wolpert, Shirley Dougjas, Mary Ann Melmed and Mmy Meyers, The Columbus Jewish com¬ munity Is invited to attend the service which is to begin al 8 P; M, WASHINGTON (WNS)—Gen¬ eral , of the Army Dwlght D. Eisenhower, principal speaker at the formal launching here of the $170,000,000 United Jewish appeal campaign, declared that the needs of the 1,500,000 Jew¬ ish survivors In Europe are so great that "only one who has seen, as I have, the mental and physical effects of savagery, re¬ pression and bigotry upon the persecuted of Europe can real¬ ize the full need of the material help and encouragement you pnipose to give." Tolling the more than 150 .lewish loader.H who attcniicri Ihe two-day national confcitnco of Iho UJA that "charily cm do much, tl) fill the breach' iiml ihjit "acute flisaster cannot await Ihe functioning of \ i^f machinery that has not us yet wholly emei'geci from t ho de¬ sign stage." The Chief of .Staff of Ihe U. S. Army a.s.sorted that the effort of Americnn Jewry on behalf of their stricken Brethi-en In *Europo was a (iomonstration of men united in mercy toward the stricken, an example that invites the world to renew with Increased zeal the struggle against Injustice, persecution and slavery." The intensive natloital campaign of the United Jewish Appeal, he said, represented an "eloquent protest against man's inhuman¬ ity to man." The terrors and indescribable horrors experl- (Continued on Page 8) IS AMONG AMERICA'S BIO CONTRIBUTORS TO U. J. A. Jack S. Resler The United .irwisli Fund of Coluinbus was this week given a vent boost for Its f(>i-t Ileum ing 1947 cjimpnign when Jnck S. Resler, presi¬ dent of the Hercules Trouser - Co., of this city, contributed .«40,000 lo the $170,000,000 United Jewish Appeal cam- algn in Washington Sunday. Mr, Rcsler's gift Ls the Innccst on record In Colum¬ bus' Jewry's -Riving to o- worthy Jewish effort. A "United Nations Revue" To Be Featured At Council Women's Meeting on Tuesday YOUNG WONDER BOY CANTOR TO BE HEARD HERE SUN., MARCH 18 "WHAT BREAD IS TO THB BODY, MUSIC IS TO THB SOUL" The local Jewish Commun¬ ity lias boon aske.d to aid B'nai B'rith Young Women In their appeal for Alttsical in- Btripnents for refugees in Palestine. Foir all contributions, con¬ tact elthep Cella Melmed, FA. 3038 or Blleen Goodman, GA. 6574 ^nd arnmgemente will be made lor'pick «p. Carnival To Mark T. I. School's Purim Observance This Sunday, March 2nd, -will find the assembly auditorium of the Broad St, Temple con¬ verted into "a veritable "Mardi Gras", when, the student bodies of the Tifereth larael Sunday and Hebrew Schools celebrate Purlm -with a colossal Masquer¬ ade Festival. HIghUghts of the Carnival piro- gram will Include such stellEir attractions as The Suahan Square Spielers (Players) In The Purlm Plnocchlo, the wiz¬ ardry df those Men of Magic, the Zacka Bros., and the lusty (Continued on Page Five) Yisrolikel", affectionate name of the young wonder boy cantor and acclaimed aa a genius with the golden voice, will appear In concert here on Sunday, March 16, 8:15 P. M., at the Beth .Jacob synagogue. It was announ¬ ced this week. The youthful singer, who halls from New York City, Is 12 yeara old and Is now making a concert lour thruout the country. He will chant the Maariv service and give a concert of Yiddish and Hebrew songs. This Is the first time Cantor Tfisrolikel Is appear¬ ing In Coltimbus. Tickets, at $1.20 including tax, and 50o for 9hlldren, may be secured at all Jewish food atores and bakeries, as well as from membera of the Beth'Jac¬ ob Cohg. Board. Proceeds are A "United Nations- Revue" will be the featured presentation at the March meeting of the Columbus Section, National Council of Jewish Women, next Tuesday,, March 4 at 2 P, M., In the Bryden Road Temple, In keeping with the times, Dorothy Stevens Humphreys, well-known local singer and teacher, has arranged a "United Nations Revue", with a cast who will appear in the beauti¬ ful and colorful costumes of their native countries. The fol¬ lowing will appear: Miss Mary "Vukovlch, whose parents were born In Serbia, will interpret Serbian songs and dances. Miss Viikovich has traveled and sung in her native land. The Russian "Folkslngers", directed hy Mrs. Peter Epp, a native of Russia, who wiil pre¬ sent a program of Russian folk¬ songs, Armando Garcia Ibaraburn of Havana, Cuba, in Sp'anish songs and dances. Sue and Patty Glass, of Scotch descent, in dances from England, Scotland, and Ireland, F'ranscolse Demorest, born In Mary Vnkovlch Paris, France, will play violin selections, Therese de Paolo, a coloratura soprano, whose parents were born In Italy, wiil sing Italian songs, , The prayer will be given by Mrs. 1, David. Tea will be served at the con¬ clusion of the meeting. Pioneer Women Dinner Takes Place Sunday Evening Tomorrow evening, Sunday, March 2 at 6 P, M,, at the Sen¬ eca Hotel, the annual JDonor Dinner of Pioneer Women's Organizations, Chapter 1 and 2 ¦Will take place at the Seneca Hotel. The event Is a 'tribute not only to the united efforts of the many workers but to. the generous support of the local to go towards the Beth Jacob Jewlah community, enabling I Building Blund, .. | Pioneer Women to carry on th:lr Increased obligations for Palestine relief and rehabllatlon work. Following is a complete program for the evening:' Ariterlca, AutUence; Invoca¬ tion, Mrs. Wm. Klsch; Dinner; Toaalmaater, Dr. A. H, Kanter; Welcome, Mra, Harry Friedland, Preaident Pioneer Women, Chapter 1; Mra, Max Bernsteck¬ er, Preaident'^ Pioneer Women, Chapter 2; Donor Report Mrs. Harry Rosenthal; Vocal Selec¬ tions, Jerry Grodin, Accompan¬ ist EUla Rlfkln; Piano selections, Ellis Rlfkln; Guest Speaker, Mr. Stanley Waren; Hatlkvah, Aud¬ ience Ml i 'ill -. '¦ >v>'i''4 Xft-v*^"
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1947-02-28|
|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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