Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1948-09-24, page 01
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Al'iibaeologieal & llifUnieul Mua- N. High St. at l!-)th—1 ZJi^J/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community\//\\^ Vol. 20, NO. 38 COliUMBl'S, OHIO, FRIDAY, HEPTBMBER 84, 1048 Devoted to American ond Jewish Ideals COUNCIL WOMEN TO OPEN 31st SEASON WITH TEA OCT. 6; COMMITTEES NAMED A lea, honoring new members, will inaugurate the fall pro¬ gram of the Council of .Jewl.sh Women Wedne.iday. Ort. 0, at Bryden Rd. Temple, marking the heginnlng of the IHst year of Council history in Columliu.«. Organized orlglnully to fill a need of thinking and acting -IcwlHh Women In America, the Council program liaH grown to Include many |>lilluntliro|dc .services on the local, national nnd world level, as well as jin extensive cdncntlonni program which promotes the best In .'\morlcnn and ,lewish life. Officers and iioard merriber.s are looking forwaril to a banner year untier the' leadership of Mrs. Maxwell .1. Papurt. who will he assisted hy the following: Mrs. Harry Roth, 1st v. pros.; Mrs. Herbert Levy, 2nd \'. pres.; Mrs. Harry Kohn, .'Ird v. jjres.; Mrs. Hen Lurie. corr. .^ec'y; Mrs. I^oui.s- r-'ravei;, rec. .sec'y; Mrs. Milton Staub, fin. .sec'y; Mrs. -Morcey Matllin, treas.; and Mrs. .Joseph Horchow. auditor. Board members and Iheir chairmanships are; Mrs. Arm¬ and Abel, Sewing; Mrs. Norman Berger, Religion; Mrs. Daniel Cohen, Membership; Mrs. Ber- 8ITE PURCHA8KD FOR BBTH ,IAC0B 8YNAG0GVE Both Jacob Congregation Is prond and happy jU> Inform Ita members, friends and well* wishers that the site of the new synagogue has been pnv- chased on Bnlen Ave., be¬ tween Rainbow Park and Syc¬ amore St. Watch the Chron¬ icle (or fature plans. nai'd Feitllnger. pilnd; Mrs. .Jef¬ frey Cioldsoil, Penny Hanks; Mrs. I-^. .1. Cordon, Service to K'orelgn Horn; Mrs. Samuel Curevilz, Legislation; Mrs. Arthur .lay, lUillelin; Mrs. Leonard Stern. Program; Mrs. S. M. Isaac. Can¬ cer Clinic. Mrs. Clieslcr Shinhach, Chil, di'cn's ilospilai; Mrs. Theodore Simson, Civics; Mi's. Rudolph Slern, Telephone; Mrs. A. B. Weinfeld. Shlp-a-Bo.x; Mrs. Allan Tarshlsh, Publicity; Mrs. Stuart Krupnlck, Americanization; Mrs. Louis Madison, Hospitality; Mrs. Nathan Herskowltz, Tax Stamps; Mrs. Allan Meyer, Nightingale Cottage Preventorium; Mrs. Her¬ man Pallet. Ctood-wlll; Mrs. .J. S. Resier, Education; Mrs. Morrey Rusoff, Personnel; Mrs. Robert Greene, Ways and Means. Mrs. E. .1. Schanfarber. Gift and Memorial; Mrs. Stanley Selxwartz, S.O.S.; Mrs. Leo Kes- .sei. Social Welfare; Mrs. Robert VVeller, Children's Emergency Fund; Mrs. Irving Lackritz, Red tContlnued on Faxe 5) Agudath Achim, Beth Jacob Make Plans for High Holiday Services Dr. Marvin .Fox. formerly of Chicago and now of the Ohio State University philosophy faculty, will conduct services for ¦Rosh Hashonah and Yom ICippur at Agudath Achim Synagogue. He will also act aa Religious a,nd Educational Consultant and Advisor for the Synagogue until the appointment of a new rabbi. It will be recalled in our community that Dr. Fox, then ilabbl Fox, appeared here on two occasions, both for Agudath Achlm, when he was the key¬ note speaker. He was the high¬ light ot a program arranged by the Sisterhood of the Synagogue. At another time he was the prin¬ cipal speaker at a banquet which set in motion the drive for funds for the new Pioiveer Memorial Synagogue to be constructed by the Congregation in Bexley. At both of these gala events. Dr. Fox made a remarkable impres- Feinerman at Beth Jacob Beth Jacob Congi-egation an¬ nounces that it has obtained the services of Rabbi Mordecal Fein¬ erman, of New York, for services during the High Holidays. Fein¬ erman, early in his life, dis¬ played an amazing talent for the interpretation of the High Holi¬ day liturgy. It was only through the active participation of President Louis Levin and the Cantor Committee for the Congregation that Rabbi Feinerman has agreed to per¬ form the High Holiday services, as well as the Shilcoth services, at Beth Jacob. Onnfiir Feinerman possesses a beautiinl lyrical tenor voice with warm, metalilc timbre and iloxiblllty. Since many new members have been added to the Congre¬ gation's roster, and slrice ijn ad¬ ditionally large .crowd Is expect¬ ed lo w&nt to hear Cantor Fein¬ erman, President Levin advises all members, and worshippers to ijccurc thelfr seat tickets early. sion on his listeners In his re¬ ligiously stuciiotis reflections and oratory. Horn in Chicago, this young leader remained in that metro¬ politan center for many years to complele his rabbinical and secular work. Dr. Fox finished his rabbinical studies at the Hebrew^ Theological College, an orthodox seminary of the first order, rte then liegan Reaching of extension courses in Jewish and Hebrew—in Sunday Schools and tlirough other channels. Presently he is on teaching contract in philosophy at Ohio Stale. During the war he served as Jewish Chaplain at Wright f'"ield in Dayton. Dr. Fox and Mrs. Fox make Ihelr home al 775 E. Broad St. Dr. Marvin Pox B'nai B'rith Officers to be Installed Sunday :Mr. Schwarlz Hillel Appoints New Assistant Director The opening of iho fall quar- ter al Ohio Slate next week al.so marlts the beginning of another bu.sy year at the H'nal B'rilh Hillel Foundation. Activities are l)eing direcied from a temporary office al Berman's llniversity House, 205 1-lth Ave., while •the new building is being construct¬ ed. Rlibbl Hari'j; Kaplan has an¬ nounced the appointment of MIhs Hjira Dalkowltz as the new AsKistj\nt Director, Miss Dalkowltz, a native'Of Texas, comes to the Ohio State campus und Hlllel wilh a dis¬ tinguished record an<l l>iu'k- - ground of experience ."it the rniversity of Texas, (^oiumbia Unlvei-sity, and International Honse, New York. (Vt Ihe Texas school she was a Phi Itela Kappa. At an all-day outing and meet¬ ing lo lie held Monday, plans will he made by the Hlllel Stu¬ dent Council for the fall ciuarter. Progress on the new Hlllel iHiilding has been so rapid that It is now planned to hold Holy- day services in the new Hillel audllorlum. On or about Oct. 1, the Hlllel offices will be opened in the new structure al 4B—Ifilh Ave. SOW),>IO.\ URGES .\W FOR ISRAKXI PROJECTS Izler Solomon, conductor of the Columbus Philharmonic Or¬ chestra, urged immediate assist¬ ance for the inistltutlons of Is¬ rael last Monday night in New York at the first organizational meeting of the Sponsoring Com¬ mittee of the Concert and Sup¬ per lo be held Dec. 7 at the Hotel Waldorf Astoria in honor of the Palesline Philharmonic Orchestra and on behalf of the American Fund for Palestinian Institutions. "When the armed forces of a coufitry engage In deadly com¬ bat f-ov their very existence," said Mr. Solomon, "think it is important to send an orchestra with an armed convoy to give concerts in a besieged city, then you. know that culture is the breath of life to that country. That is exactly what happened in Israel. We went lo Jerusalem via the "Burma" road wilh a special Haganah guard and gave four concerts to pabked audi¬ ences in 3G hours within sound and range of the fighting In progress." President Atiraham Gertner and his liim-ll) administr-aUon of B'nal B'rith Zlon Lodge 1)2 of Columbus will officlplly lake of¬ fice tomorrow (Sumlhy) evening al Hroad St. Temple ^luring the Lodge's annual Inslaiialion ilin- nei;. Besides Mr. Gertner. the following officers will be in- Klailod; Isl v. i>res., llerlicn Wl.se;'' 2nd v. pres., Leon l-'rled- man; warden; Sara Topolosky; guardian. Donald Snider; .secre¬ tary. David Clayman; chaplain, Harry S. Cold.stein; and ireas- urer, Waller Kalz. The bani|ucl i.s under Ihc chairnianshii) nf Widlcr Katz. assisted hy -Sam Toptjlosky. The dinner, which litis year Is being calcrcd by Mrs. Yclla Margulis, will siart promptly at r.;;H) p. m. One of Ihe highlights of the evening will be the presenlalion of ihe l!ll,'< Sanford 1. Lakin .^ward. lieslowud upon ihe .lew¬ ish community's most oulstand- ing citizen. Mr. Benjaoiin S. .Schwartz of I'incinnall, president of B'nai B'rith Disl. 2, will deliver the man address for the banquet, Toastmaster will lie Dr. Sam 1^. Edelman. Anyone wishing to attend this affair should contact Waller Kalz or .Sam Topolosky immedi¬ ately for reservations. A few scats still are available for the dinner, antl reservations can lie made by calling S. R. Topolosky. GA. r)(il)7, immediate¬ ly. KKIjLOWSHIP CHl'RCH TO OPEN SEASON SUNDAY The first meeting cif the cur¬ rent .sea.son will be held by the Fellowship Church al Bryden lid. Temple this Sunday at -1 p. m. Rabbi l'\)lkman, of Tem¬ ple Israel, will officiate at the service and Dr. Marvin Fox, of Ohio ,State University, will he the speaker. The Fellowship Church is an inier-failh and inter-racial group. Peojile of various faiths and dif¬ ferent races come together once a month for the purpose of com¬ mon wcji'shlp dedical^ed lo the service of llie line (iod. Father of all men. The subject of Dr. F'ox's talk will be "Religion and Reason." ATTEND ADL CONFAB Allan Tar.shlsh, chairman of B'nal B'rilh District No. 2 ADL Commillee, and Seymour Gor¬ choff, ADL Regional Diitctor for Ohio and Kentucky, will attend a National ADL staff meeting at the Presldenl Hotel in Atlantic Clly Ihrough Thursday. B & P HADASHAH TO HKAIV MRS. ft01X>M0N A rare treat is in store for those who attend the opening meeting of the Business ami Professional Women's Hadassah, Wednesday, Sept. 29, at 8 p. m-, at the Seneca Hotel, for the guest speaker wlllbe Mrs. Izler Solom<5n, vecenlly returned from Israel. Mrs. Solomon accompa¬ nied her husband, who was in¬ vited shortly after tlie establish¬ ment of the State of Israel lo be guest tonduclor of the He¬ brew Orchesra at Tel Aviv, and she will relate her first-hand experiences in the fledgling state as well as tell something of the ovation her husband received from the music-loving Israelis. Miss Berthd E. Josephson will open the meellng wllh a pray¬ er- ahd there will b§ musical enterlalnme,Bt_andj:efreshmenls. Members, prospectlvfe members, and Interested friends are wel- cgme. >lr. iiertncr B.B. Wokien Launch Fund Project Columhus Art Gallery was the scene last Wednesday night of the opening of the lOlh An¬ nual Fund-Raising Project of the Columbtis Chapter of B'nai H'rlth Women. Under the leadership of Mrs. Louis Robins, 2nd vice- president of the Chapter and Earning Fund Chairman, a Workers' Tea was held that night, with full details of the project explained lo the 50 en¬ thusiastic workers who attended. As In the past two years, the project decided upon for this year Is another Musical Revue, produced by Mr. Ijco Romberg of Toronto, Canada, nnd (llrecU'd by Columbus' own Jerry Urodin. The Revue, as yet to be named, is already In rehearsal, and the hirge and spirited chorus has pronounced llu' niusii'id numbers "the bcNl ycl," For Ihe past two years, the B'li a 1 H'r lib W o ni e n have bi'DUghl loi the community ama-' teur musical shows that have enlerlained and delighted hun¬ dreds, and the new show this year promises to continue the tradition of good music, fast cometly, and beautiful dancing. The Chapter is happy and proud to announce that Miss Dorothy Bloom will again be in charge of the choreography for the new show. Ever present in the minds of the corps of workers who will apjjroach the good people of Columbus for their subscriplion pledges, is the fact that for the past 15 years the Columbus Chapter of U'nai B'rith Women has slrived to maintain a pro¬ gram of service, fidelity and devotion to all,humanity. Mind¬ ful of their obligations as Jewish women, jnembers of a free Amer¬ ican community, these women believe that it is duly, as well as prerogative and privilege, to raise funtls tor the alleviatloo of suffering and distress every¬ where. (CoDtlnned OD rase 5) COPY DEADLINE With tho 45 or so clubs and organizations in the Jew¬ ish community opening their 1U48-41> seasons, the varloas publicity chairmen of ibeue- groups ore reminded thut news matter for tho Ohio Jewish Chronicle must be re¬ ceived by noon IfVedneaday. Photographs must be In by 5 p. m. Mondays. XoUr co- operutlon will be appreciated.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1948-09-24|
|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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