Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1947-10-17, page 01
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Archaeological & Historical Uu» N. High St. at ISth-l ^rO^~Se'^^g Colmnbus and Central Ohio Jewish Ck)mnvunitY \j[\^ Vol 23, No. 41 COLUMBUS, omo, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1947 Devoted lo American and Jewish Ideals McDonald To Address City-Wide Rally Heie Oct. 30th B'nai B'rith Gives Rabbi Folkman Big Ovation B'nal B'rith's Zion Lodge meiti bers packed their first meeting of the fall last Tuesday evening at the Broad St. Temple and gave ¦ hearty approval to a pro¬ gram highlighted by local guests The membership heard Eabbi ' Jerome D. Folkman, in the prin¬ cipal feature, outline the basic values of the lodge. In a simple but eloquent talk, the new spir¬ itual leader of Temple l.srael illustrated the unifying results ot the order and its relation to Jewish history in the past cen¬ tury. Rabbi Folkman's presence •served also as his welcome to Zion Lodge, The audience gave him <in enthusiastic reception. Another program feature was the citation of service presented by Justin L. Sillman to Joseph C. Goodman, who was initiated into Zion Lodge in 1902, and who served as treasurer for 15 years." A musical flavor was intro¬ duced by the talented offerings of Mrs. Melville D. Frank and Avrum Denoff of the Columbus Philharmonic Orchestra. The lodge approved a recept¬ ion program for the State Assn., meeting in Columbus, Nov. 8. Zion Lodge will serve as host, to the association on that date Church To Present Hillel With Menorah SPEAKER FOR ZIONIST SABBATH OCT. 24th AT AGUDATH ACHIM On Friday evening, October 24, at 7:30 P. M,, the Hillel Foun¬ dation at 0. S. U., win sponsor an inter-failh service. During the year 194()-'17, the First Unitarian Church of Co¬ lumbus u.sed the facilities of the Foundation while their chapel was being built. As a token of their appreciation, they are pre¬ senting the Foundation with a Chanukah Menorah. Mr. Milton Klein, president of the Church, will make the presentation. Rev¬ erend Franci.s Rlcker, the Church's minister, and Rabbi Harry Kaplan, Director of the Hlllel Foundation, will speak. The general public is cordially invited ,to attend. B'nai B'rith Womea Mammoth Musical Production For 1947 Rehearsals Are Now In Full Swing Subscribers to the Ninth An- Meeting Of Jewish Welfare Federation And Center Oct. 23 R. J. Klemperer, president of Schonthal Center and A. 1. Yen¬ kin, president of the Jewish Welfare Federation, announce that the October meeting of these organizations is to be held next Thursday evening, Oct. 2.'i, at 8 p. m., at Schonthal Center. Thn.se who will he heard arc Mr. Yenkin who will report on the care ot the Aged Conference held in Toledo recently; 1. W. Garek, Institutional Care pro¬ vided hy the Montefiore Home, National Jewish Hospital at Denver and Bellefaire; Den Yen¬ kin, cases submitted to the Fed¬ eration and the budgeting pro- ce.ss. Financial 'and activities re. piirt are al.so to be submitted. Among other reports include that of Dr. E. J. ¦ Gordon, on the Midwest Jewisil Welfare Board annual meeting being held in Chicago this weekend; 1. S. Cheroff, fall program of activities; Robert Weiler, flnan. cial report; Leonard Stern; role of Community Chest in Frank lln County. All board members are urged to make every effort to attend this meeting and lo participate in the discussion offering their ativice and counsel. Rubbl M. I. Uerjnan Next Friday evening, Oct. 2-1, Columbus Zionists are inviting the Jewish Community to hear Rabbi Mayer Israel i^erman, of New York, at the Zionist Sabbath to be held at the Agudath Ach¬ im Synagogue. His appearance In Columbus should be of great interest to Columbus Zionists, in view of his first hand know¬ ledge ot the world Zionists scene as it appears today. Rabbi Herman has been ac¬ tive in Zionist circles for many years and ranks high in the councils of the Z.O.A. He has served on the Speakers' Bureau of such organizations as the Zionist "Organization of America, American Red Cross, Jewish Federation of Charities; Jewish Welfare Board, United Jewtsh Appeal and American Jewish Congress. Services will begin promptly at 8 o'clock. nual luljui Raising project ot the B'nai Brith Women will see an outstanding musical variety re¬ vue, featuring the be.st talent in the Columbus Jewish commun. ily, when they attend "Awake ahd Swing", at Hexley High School, on Satui'day, Nov. 1, or Sunday, Nov. 2. Mrs. Theodore Schion-sky, subscription pledge chairman, reports encouraging results from her army of over 00 workers, and latest Informa¬ tion is that both performances will be complete sell-outs. Tic¬ kets are already In the mall for all those who have paid their pledges, and Mrs. Herman Co¬ han and Mrs. Dave Levlson, ticket reservation chairmen, are allocating seats on a first-paid, first-served basis. Starting next Monday, Oct. 20, and continuing until the day ot the show, Saturday, Nov. I Mrs. Cohan and Mrs. Levlson will be on the Mazzanlne Floor of the Neil House daily, between the hours of 2 until 4 p. m., to make tJianges In seating arrange¬ ments for those who desire changes. Reservations may also be made through them, or by calling Mrs. Schlonsky, at FA. 1465. Patrons who thrilled to the singing of iieveriy Thai last year will be glad to know that Beverly is being featured in several numbers again this year and will have an opportunity to display her talents as a conflo dienne as well as her lovelj singing voice. Beverly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thai, is a music major at Ohio State Un iversily, and spent the summei in New York, studying undci Madame Queena Mario, and at the Julliard School of Music. Popular and attractive Dick Stein, whose rendition of "Out of Nowhere" was a show-stoppei in "Pack Up Your Trebles", will again have the women sighing and the men applauding his ap¬ pearance in the new show. Dick, who is now associated wltli the Union Co., in its student and Young Men's Clothing • depart¬ ment, also plays in the bands bf Ziggy Coyle and Don Craw¬ ford, handling vocal solos with both orchestras, as well as play¬ ing tenor and baritone saxo¬ phone. Ethel Bronstein, popular young blues slrfger, whose rendition of "That's the Moon, my So'n", in 'Continued on Page 8) TE.'VfPLE (iUEST SPEAKER rRlDAV EVENING, OCT 24 HADASSAH NATJONAIi CONVENTION TO TAKE PLACE OCTOBER 24-28 Mi's. Moo Hlrsch, pi-esldcnt of Senior HudassuU, has on- uoiin(j/;d dute^ for the aiiimul Hadassjih couventloti are'Oct. M-JS 111 Atlantic City. This l^jHtXD.lses to be ono of thu iO'tMiti'st of nil' Hqdassah con¬ ventions ever staged with iiiiiny vital nmttors on the jigeiida. IVlany faniODS speak¬ ers will be on .the scene. ColuiiibuH members Interest¬ ed In attending are asked to contact Mrs. Hlrsch. .4- Janics. G. IMcOonald the local' Zionist Emergency Council announced this week that final arrangements have been made for a city-wide rally on Thursday nite, October .30th, at the East.Hlgh School Auditor¬ ium, when James G. McDonald, inlernationilly known figure, is to be the main speaker. Mr. McDonald is the former High Commissioner for Refu¬ gees (Jewish and other) com¬ ing from Germany. Recently he was one of President's Truman's represeaitatives to the Anglo- American Committee of Inquiry on Palestine. Mr. McDonald's keen analysis and up-to-the-minute facts on the inside ot Britain's quitting Palestine and of the jockeying in the VN Assembly between our own and Russia's State Depart¬ ments and the Jewish Agency tiid _Arali League, will no dimbt be of great interest to Jew and gentile alike. A capaci¬ ty crowd is being anticipated for IhLs big attraction of the season. More details will be announced in next week's Chronicle. E<lgar I)i' -Vitt Jonei^ Dr. Edgar D Witt Jones will be guest speaki ¦ at the Temple next Friday evei. ng, Oct. 24, at 8 o'clock. Dr. Jones is a member f the editorial staff of the D. it Nbws. He is Chaplain of the "L perience" depart ment ot paper. COUNCIL WOMEN TO CELEBRATE 54tli BIRTHDAY The National Council ot Jew¬ ish Women will celebrate its 54th birthday this Saturday, Oct. 18th. Sections thruout the nation will help in the observance of Council Day. , In honor of the event, the National Broadcasting Co., has schetiuied a coast-to-coast pro¬ gram, tentatively titled "Helping Europe Help Itself". This 15 minute program from 12:15 to 12:30 will depict the long-range aims of Council—to assist in the _ social reconstruction of Euro- thai Pei^n Jewry. The entire Jewish communlly fCOMPLETB PLANS FOR A. A. SISTERHOOD DINNER SUNDAY EVEjaNG Plans have been completed for the annual dinner ot the Agudath Achim Sisterhood to be held in the Social Hall ot the synagogue this Sunday, Oct. 13, at 8 p. m.- Dinner arrangements are under the co-chairmanship of Mrs. Jay Barnett and Mrs. Oscar Berman; tickets, Mrs. B. iJacco, chairman; prograth, Mrs. ¦A. R. Schwartz, chairman. Mem¬ bers ot the Junior Sisterhood under the direction ot their pres¬ ident, Sarah Komessar, will serve. The speaker of the evening will be Dr. Meno Lovenstein, profess($r of economics m Ohio (Continued on Page 8) A specialist ill tlie field ¦ f American biography. Dr. Joiajs will speak on the thenu' '"raree Against The World." He is the author of a syndicated column called "Successful Living." BETH JACOB TO UNVEIL MONUMENT OCT. 2«th The unveiling ot th^ monu. ment on the new Beth Jacob Cemetery in memory of Irvin Furman, Milton Birnbauiri and Herbert Marx will be held on Sunday, Oct. 26, at 2 p. m. Rab¬ bi L. Greenwald and attorney Stanley Schwartz are to offici¬ ate. The entire Jewish Comniunlty is invited to the ceremony and to pay tribute to these men who made the supreme sacrifice tor their country. Is Invited to listen as the pro¬ gram promises to be ot Interest to all, not Just Council members. RABBI KAPLAN WILL GIVE INVOCA'nON AT FIRST CHEST REPORT MEETING First report meeting in the Community Chest campaign for $1,247,200 will be held next Mon¬ day, Oct. 20, at noon at the Southern Hotel. Roy B. Weed, general campaign chaii-man, will speak, and Rabbi Harry Kaplan, director of the Hillel Foundation at Ohio State University, will give the invoca¬ tion. vv'orkers from all the 17 aoUcl- tation divisions will attend. Tic¬ kets tor the luncheon will be sold at the door.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1947-10-17|
|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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