Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1948-10-08, page 01
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Archaeological & Historical MUS. N. High St. at 15tb—1 iSHRONICLE 2j|\\/^'^erving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \\l%^ \n\. 2«, .No. 12 tai,l'.Mitts, OHIO, FRinAV, OCTOBER 8, l»l« Dcvmwl In Amci-lc.in .THfl jGWlsli Ideals ''Steppin' High'' Has Small Army of Workers With the 0|i('nin,g Night cur- lain call ju.sl li; da.y.'j avi'ay. a .•.^mall army of cnilinsjastic men and WDiiicn wiii1<i'1n is siiaring neither lime imi- ufinrt towards a.H..niriiiK .inciHu'r I'ncnKir.ihle Ji'nai li'rilli Wiimrn'A iiitisicai ln'nduclion. The third show. ciilitU'd "HU'i'lii will first lie iK'ifiiiniefl anxious community /»n giving cMMiiiiK -Tluirsday. .Nov. 2.^, alUcxIey Iligli/Scilool. IW- [K'al iuM'foiinanecH svill lio inadt* Ihc following SaliinViy anil Sun- (la.\' (¦\t'nings. Xo\-. 2~-2S. annual .v-Jligh". for the Thanks- I Comprising the energetic ¦'sTiKiII army" arc the dirwiors, iiroiluccrs, technicians, and, the cast. pliiH the momhiMS of the li'nai li'rilh Women's chaplcr of Ciiiumlius who arc working dili¬ gently iDwarils tile pronurtional end of '.Sleppin' High". This year's show, wliicli iias .ill indications of surpa.s.slng' the huge successes of the two pre¬ vious productions, again lias been designated as the Chapter's lOlh Annual I-'und-Kaising |iro- jci-l. Wliereas the cast of dani-ers, singers, actors, etc.. descrving- ly will lie in tlic siiotlighi as tlicy go through thcii- rouiines on sUige. loo much accliiim c;uVt l>e Mr. (a-odtn RADIO DRAMA TO HI<.'1II>K;HT .¦HTH ANNTVEK,SARV IMLss .lane Cowl, noted actress of slage, screen and radio, will play the leading role in 'A Time to Speak", a radio (Iramatization lo he broadca.st over slalioii WIAV .Saturday. Oct. Hi at 12:l.'i J), m. K.S.T., celebrating Ihc .'i.'ith anniversary of the .'Malinnal CouhcUof .lewish Women. This broadcast, inarkiiig the licginning of Council Day oli- servances by ihe organizcilicrn's 2(1!) iSecliims Ihroiighoiit the coimlry, will liighlighl the signi- cant role of the wonian-voiunleer in tlic .nffairs of the communil.v. the liati<in and the world. .INI' COl.I.ECTIO.VK .STAItr 'I'OMOKKOW The fall rolleciion of tl .lewisli .N'.itional KuikI will lal place Sundiiy. The rieeil lo in land is still great, so please 1 generous wheii tile .l.\h' repi sent.Hive calls un yon. If yon i not iia\e a blue and while iio then you can make a eonifili tiOTI. yOM KIPI'UK BROADCAST A .sjiccial Day uf Atonentcnt program will lie held under the auspices of Ihe American Jewish Cumniillce. Monday, ,") to b:'M p. ni., KST, over the CIIS network. The speakers will be Ur. Nelson flluock, president of Hebrew Union (,'oliege, and former governor Heriwrt H. Lehman. Tradi¬ tional holiday mttslc will be sung' by Ihe choir of the Isaac Wise Temple in Cin¬ cinnati. bestowed ufion tliose wtiose con triliutions ari- maile "liclunil Ihe scene" tlu' producers, Hirec- tms. ^la.ue hands, (Mc. Inchidcd in this classification iVrc llireclor .ll'rry <;i-n(lln, Willi ciii wliom the ini7 and ' l.x .-liows I 'Aw;ikc * Swing" .-ind "rack l'|) "lour "Trelitcr.") \^-ould not liave been .siiiash liils: >lisH. Ib>ii>lliy UWioni. ngnin super¬ vising the colorful ilancing chorus tshe is casting now for ;i big "Cay fin's" (irodncl ion num- lier; .loe W'rl.^lx'rg, pidmincnt in loc;iI mus[c;il circles. \'. Iio wili direcl lli^- orchestra ihiouKoul tills ye.ii's show: alld the si.ij^e- hands .-.Vorinan Ciirr\j|/., st.ige )iiali;igef. assisted t)\- ll.-u'old liariK'tl. .Old .len'e I'iipier. Il.clil tcclniiri;in. .'MI.SS BlooMl COI'V >UST BE I.N EARLV NE.XT WEEK Ib'i'Hii.se of the Yont Kipinir holiday next Wi'dnesday, all ncu-s iiiatlei- must reach the Chronicle office no later than Tuesday mxin of next week. All organizntion.s, and hillivl- duiils a.H ^vell, desiring IteniN for liiscitieii In the Oct. IStli is.sue, are urged lo eo-openil*'. MI/JtACHI VyOMKN A regular me'eting ol tlie Co¬ lumlius Chajitcr of .Vliziaclii Wo- men will be held tomorrow at 2 (1. 111. in llle social liall of .\gu- iliith Achim. i-'ollowiiiK the liu,^ine.-.s mei'tlng, relfc^liments Ulll Iio sc|-\'eil. l)l.-.cnssiou and a|)i)oiiitme)il of ilelegatcs to llle 22n(i ;niu;il con- Nention of the Mi'/.r.ieln Women's ' )ig,ijii/.;iiion ol .¦\nietica. in ..Xi- laiuic City ueM mouth will lake place. .Mcmhers who are now I'eady to |)ay yi-koi- pledges, during this season'of the Holy l)a,\'s, are urged to iillciui the meeting, in order tliat llirougli tlieir cliarity. in inemor,v uf their loved ones, we may be cmjjbled lo help lirlng new life and lioiie lu our refugee children in Isr¬ ael. .Mr. Weisberg H. Ii. VOl'.N't; WO.MKN' U'nai It'rilh Young VV'oinen an- iiaual memiiership party will lie held this Sunday, from 2 to .1 p. ni,. at Ihe home of Miss Slieiry l-'letslier. .S77 S. Cassingham ltd. The i)art,\- will lie in llle form of a weiner roast and treasure luinl. All girls helween ihe ages ol l!i and 2,". arc corcliaily iiuited. II. H, ^'. .M. Tile lia,\iide-picnic aiCiir of .Sliial.l.\'. Sepl. III. spon.v,i|-eil liy Ihc local irnai l!'filli Voung .Men's chajiter. w.'i^ ;i gfcar uc- cess a joli well ilone li> Ihe iiard woriiing commilti I .s.ml Seigel. Ifvillg Cohen. .'.lal Kfcske. anrl llan Stone Ilin'.M i- now hiilihUK lor In., ilricl No. 2 annual cinuenlion niM Spring,'A iirogram is lieing llil.uuu'd ior every other meeting ' -.LiiiiuLi immediali'ly after the currenl llolidiiys. .\'i-xt meel'iug IS si-hcduled for W'l ilnesilay. Del. (itXI KAKIIIS ,I()IN IN .MIKKACIII DKIVK .Ni'.'VV YORK — Primed to coin, cide Willi the current .lewish High Holy Days. Ihe Mizrachi Organization nf America has launched a nalionwide campaign to enroll IDO.IXIO new members during the coming year. KiaiKAItSAI. TI.MM KOH "HTUPPIN' Hltai" .\|emliers nf the "Slciiiiln' High" cast will eonveiie to morrow aliernoon, al I;;i0. lor another rehearsal at Sclioii thai Cenler. liecause of \'tin\ Kippur. no rehearsal will lii' held Wednesday evening tOct, I.'I). However, a call has been issued lo the cast for Thurs¬ day (Oct. M), 8 p. m,, at the Center. "Israel in Song" Albums Being Distributed by Local Junior Hadassah The local distribution of Israel In Song, a new album of Israeli songs Just completed by the new¬ ly estabilshetl Palestine .^n Corp. of New York City, has been undertaken by Columbus Junior Hadassah, the "Young Wo¬ men's Zionist Organi2atlon of America, it was announced by Miss Zelda Kersteln, president of the local unit. The music In this album is one of the finest examples of the new Jewish culture Inspired by the Jewish State. As a Zionist organization dedicated to foster¬ ing the growth and development of the Jewish State. Junior Ha-, daseah welcomes this opportunl ty to introduce to this communi¬ ty, music which expres.ses the spirit of a people fighting so courageously for their indepen¬ dence. The debut of this album thus introduces indigenous Israeli music to the American public. Much ot this music has never before been heard in the United States. All of the songs In the album were composed by Nac- hum Nardi one of the outstand¬ ing composers of Israel. The musical compositions are either original, Inspired by the Zionist rebuilding of Israel, or adaptions of ancient Hebrew music. Junior Hadassah Is the sole dlsM'ibutor of,the albums here. This unusual business venture for a young women's organisa¬ tion was undertaken not only for Its cultural value, but also because part of the proceeils of the sale will go toward the sup¬ port of Junior Hadassah's pro¬ jects in Israel. One of the prime beneficlaires, she explained, will be the Meier Shfeyah Building Flind for en¬ larging the children's village of Meier Shfeyah maintained by Jr. Hadassah for underprivileg¬ ed and refugee children. The album Is now on sale at Heaton's music store, or can be obtained by calling Fa. 0720. In view of Triuii.tu'.s altiiude lov^.inN llle (|uestion of the Ne¬ gev, 111-, Weix.m.imi said. "I am dei'iily ili>aii))ointeil. wilh all my ii',-|ieei for Count liernadotie. lo -.eC thai lllN plan wishes tu take iliK jHLijeii fiiiin U.S." l-'urther rel'iTiiiig lo licrnadolle. the I'n siilent of Isr.-iel .said iliai if the i.ile iiicih.iiors plan to in- Weizmann Reveals Trn man Promised Negev to Jews RKIIOVOTll. Israel, - Presiiliiii Truman gave nr. Chaim Weizmann definite a.ssuraiices al Iheir meeting in Washinglon last .\ovemlier that he would sup|ioit .lewish ckiims for llie inelu.sion of t(ie Negev in llii' lerritory of tlie .leu ish slate, the Israeli. Presi¬ dent told a press conference here. Dr. Wei/.niann said thai Trn- nian's assiiranees were given at'lei- be had shown Idin Ibe .N'egtM' en a iiuip, and evjilain- ed thai the area is of vast im- portaiiee to Israel tor all plans tor .l(>\vlsh itunligralion an<l reselllenienl. The I'leSldenl of the I'l-ovfsional <<'ovei-niiient of Lsrael revealed al Ihe news parley Ihal hi' ami .Mrs. Weiz- iiianil had I'ornially renounced i 1. i u.ilion.ilize .Icnisali'lu was Iheir Ilrilish nalionalily Iwo | tended'lo niuffli'-.It-wish lerlings (lays prloi- lo lliclr deparlure lor .)ei Us.ih-ui, il uculil be for |..rai-l. j -uccessful Israelis Adopt 4-Point Program •I'l-:!. .W-|\'. I.ITAI — Tlie |sr.-i|i ilelegaiion whicii left here la-t week lo aiieiid llie Oeneral Assenilily sessions in Paris—un¬ tier the leadersliip of I^'oreigll .Minisici- Moshe Shertok—wdll eoncenirate on efinrls to pre- \t'nt the easting of a inajorily vote to implemeni Count llerna- iliitie's Palestine reiiori. Israeli policy at the P.N, will he guided hy a set of four de¬ cisions reached by the Caliinel, reiiorted lo he: 1. A firm stand for the rj.'- Icniioii of llie .\ov. 211. 111-17 Oeneral Assemlily resolution, with the need for .some liordcr rectificiitions neccssiittied li,v the Arali imasions. 2. Opiiosilioii hy all available means agaiusi severing llie en¬ tire ,\'ege\ from Isrtiel, whicli is lu-eded tuf large-scale resettle- uicnt, :l. licieniioii of a tei-i-itorial link wilh .leiusalein lo enable the Holy City to he defended In case of need. ¦1. The Provisional Ooverii- meiil of Israel acce[ils the de- maiiil of the .leru.salem Jewish cnnmiunily lliat .lerusaiem must lie allaclied to Israel at all cost.s, unless imiple guaranlces exist that a strong U.N. force will be provided lo defend an inlerna- lionalizxMl .lerusaiem. Since both llle world and I'.N. situations^at' present do noi provide such' a guaranlee, Ihe Provisional Oov- ernment of l,srael lielieves that the nio,si logical solullon lo the prohlem would lie lo allach .It a'isli .U'rusalem to Israel, and give the Arali part lo the /VraliK; the Holy Places should lie |ilaced iu all Inlerualioual zone. .MlWISil l'i;ilKKAT10NS WANT "I'l 1.1, I'.MVIK'H'ATlON" CI.IO\'I':i.-\.\Il A lesoliillou rei|ile,s|iug that .\meiiean .lewisli comuiuuilic- lie givcii "full iLirlicipalioii" ini llie liighest policx and .iihiillUslialioli levels in foi luulal in,« lilalls for the lil-lil rnileil ,lewisli ,^ppeal, was ado|ileil line li,\-2."iil ilelegales to the hall Aiuill.'ll I'iasl Central I!e,monal Confelclicc of llie Couucil of .lewisli l''edrr.itn,ii- and V.'eltare l-unils. .lOIN'l' DKI'IONSK .M'l'HAI, I'D HOLD .MKKTI NO .MOW ^dHK Prohleiiis coiie<'rniii,g the fight aKainst aiiti- Semilisiu iu the llliteil Slates will lie discussed al .1 Ihfee-day lueelillg ol llie X.illonal Council of llle .loilll Oel'ense Appeal wliic-li will oiieii on .\ov. III in Clevelanil, The .lohn Hcfense Ap- pe.-d. ruri-ciiily seeking a national goal of Su.ini.,',ill. Is the fund' raising arm of ihe .\uiericaii .lewish Cominillee and the .-\nti- Defamatioii League cif H'liai li'rilh. Solomon Announces Program for First Concert, Nov. 9th Izler Solomon, who will again conduct the Columbus Philhar¬ monic Orchestra this winter (follovving a summer of out¬ standing achievement as guest conductor of the Palestine Phil¬ harmonic Orchestra in Tel Avivl, is announcing the program for the first subscription concert which will be presented in Mem¬ orial Hall Nov. y, as follows: •Toccat a and Fugue in D Minor (Hach-Tansman); Sym¬ phony No. 9 (Shostakovich); and Symphony No. 0 in C Major (Schuliert). Members of the Women's com¬ mittee of the Philharmonic are now actively engaged in the sale of the' subscription series and the tickets are also available at the orchestra headquarters, Itoom 228 Virginia Hotel. COINCII, WO.MKN Hl'l'KIlVIHK THItlFT KHoi' (XT. ivao Mrs. Chester Shinhach, chair¬ man of Children's Hospital com¬ mittee of the Council of Jewish Women, which is known as Twig 21, has announced that her eom¬ mitlee will have charge ot the Thrift Shop for a one week per¬ iod beginning Oct. 25, extending through Oct. 30. Clothing and other saleable articles will be picked up Oct. 21 ancl 22, and arrangements should be made by calling Mrs. Shlnbach or Mrs. S. Joseph Blatt, or they may be taken dir¬ ectly to the Thrift Shop on S. 4th St. and designated for Twig 21. Mrs. David Cheses, chairman of Needlework Guild, has . an¬ nounced the completion of her committee's combined drive for funds for both Children's Hospi¬ tal and Needlework Guild, an¬ other phase of community health and welfare work supported by the Council of Jewish 'Women.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1948-10-08|
|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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