Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1949-02-04, page 01
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AlCllllUUIOtflCHl iV. llivKlllcjl AlUH- N Hip* st at nth—l SPECIAL HILLEL DEDICATION ISSUE DfC^ Serving Columbus and Central bhio Jewish Community \y]/^[^ Vol. 27, Nd. 9 qOLUMBUS, OHIO, PRIDAV, FEBRl'ARV 4, IIMO ., Devntei in American iSs^ ond Jewlah Ideals ' Hillel Foundation "Officially"' Opens Doors Sunday Public Invited to Festive' Dedication Ceremonies of E. J. Schanfarber Memorial Building Sunday, 2 '0. m. us worm ikmdrcd.-i uf friciuKs will ODino from di."!tam cities tomorrow (Sunday) lo j)UhUc!ly ivR?n«li'i,Tl- ize the liil.e Cukimbu.s .Icivl.'jh leader,. Edwin .1. ^Schanfarber, W'ho was nati6nally acclaimed for humanitarianism and public service. The "living, memorial" l.s the new Hillel Schanfarber Mem¬ orial Building, 4(i-16th Ave., which will serve as a center of activities for Jewish students attendlftg Ohio State Uijivergity. Mr. Schanfarber, in whose memory some $200,000 was rais- throughodt tho country for con¬ struction of the £>ulldlng, died „«:» t ;fi .1 luly I. -mil, at tlio iiKc of fiS. i Tho uddroKti si! triliulo to him nn i tho dodioiiiiiry jJroRram will bo j Klven by J.oui.sHorln.stelii. In-j dlanapolls, pu.st pi-esident of Disirict Grand I,oflge* 2, n'nid \ ri'rith. and chairman of the na¬ tional memorial fund cafiipaign. At the time of Mr. Schanfar¬ ber'?. death, RablVi Harry Kap¬ lan,' director of Hlllei at Ohio State,, said: "HLs was .such an un¬ usual career of public service and dedication, to humanity, that we stand almost speechless In the face of his many achieve¬ ments and his numberless acts of human kindness." ^ in Ml.' now iMtildiji^ inoludf ;in ainlitorjuni .Kojitinf? (;ilO^' M chjpoi fnr HID, ;i,s woll :i.s .^ooiiii, s.inio, and rocroatinnal f(K;m.s. ,,paoiou.s lilirary. nieotinw rooniK anil loimgos. (It is int'.'iosllng tci nolo that Ihc entire lieslKn anil engineer. Ing was the work of the rcKi.sler. ed an:hi(ects of the F. and Y. 'UuildinK Service.) The, (Icdioution p r o g r a ni which will begin at 2 p. m.. will Include musical numbers by the Ohio State Symphonic Choir, di¬ rected by Prof. Liuils H. I^leix-ks of the .school of music. The program follows: Tfi'rc'dKifi'Vd of I'hairn-i.an. l-.'i(. ¦ \vai'l :-^' tilo:':iiigr;-. Ii!\i)r,iiif,n, f(,i)il)i .loroiiie iMilknian. ¦|Vmplr l.-a-aol. Oponi))W reffia) k,-.'. .Siilnoy (;. Kusworni. Dayton. trOjisLir'oi' :uiil ineiiilioi' of ilif o.'cecutiye committeo of the Supreme jl.iidgo, IVnal'irrilh. Fresontation of Ilillel HoU.so, Leo Yasst-noff. I .Arcpptance of house, Rabbl Harry Kaglan. ApprSclaiion of studenis, Nel¬ son Kemp. Hillel Siudent C'ouij- cll president. Tribute to Flilwln J. Schanfar¬ ber, l.ouls Borin.slc n. I.elyvcld .¦\ililro.-^s li.y I'ro-iiiont Howard I,. Dovis of Oliio Slalo: l-'r.ink (,'oiilman. Lowell. .Mass.. presi- iluiit. Supreme Lodge, li'nal O'rith; rtabbi Arthur Lelyveld, New York ClU\_nalional direc¬ tor, li'nai H'rith Ttillel lAjumla- tions. Brief greetings will bo extend¬ ed by Rev. Milton ¦'.McLean, coun.wllor for religi'ous activi¬ ties at Ohio .State; Maurice Bi.s- gyer Wastiington, D. C.', secre¬ tary Supreme Lodge, B'nai ;teU;lih: .Mrs. Abram Orlow. i'hila- delphla. president./ Supreme IjOdge, B'nai J^tHn. Women; ^ (Contlnq^ I. W. Gurek Rnbbi H. Kiiplun Leo li'iissenoff Kd Hchli'zingfr Nelson Kemp Nat'l Scout Sabbath Services Friday at Agfidath Achim Herbert Wise to Address Scouts In . conjunction with thous¬ ands of other scout trOops throughout the U. S'., Canada and England, the annual Na¬ tional Scout Sabbath services will be observed next Friday evening by Boy Scout Troop 126 and Girls Troop 32 of Schonthal Center. Services wilj be heid at Agudath Achim synagogue, with Mr. Herbert Wise • as guest speajter. All boy and girl scouts are cordially invited to .these special seryices. Jess Forman'is Scout¬ master and Jerry Flah6r and Gil 'Wise are assistant ScoutSnast- ¦era of Troop l26. For the Girls Troop 32, Cyril Zisenwine Js presl(ient, Mrs, I. Cheroff;-Scout Leader,- and.'MisS' Judie ,Ft>npan, (Ooaiipaed in Faga ¦) V Thanks to' the chalrmansWip of Sportiiwrlter Lou Berliner, the annual U'nai B'rith Father- Son Night. Is always a high spot on the Lodge's calendar of events. But , the li)'19 "Sports Night" program, as arranged by Mr. Berliner, promises to i>e the best ever, scheduled 7:30 p. m. next Tuesday, at 'Broad St. Tem¬ ple. A proMnent ro^er of big- name athletic figures hafi'been lined up for Tuesday's affair, highlighted by the principal speaker of the evening— Jlayor Jim Rhodes, national AAU president and an ardent, sincere sports Ixioster,, Included in the array of sport celebrities will be Mai 'Whtt: field, Lou Groza, Cante LttveUl, Nick CuUopi BiU MoKiniion, Al Hodus and 'Jeep" Goodman (two outstanding Jewish fresh¬ men athletics at Ohio Stale); Rollie Hemsley and Joe Bird (both recently appointed to rhanagerlal posts wl^h the Nash¬ ville baseball elubl; and Arnold Levinstein , captain, of OSU's tennis team. Mayor RhQjto will discus^ the Israel p,osltfoffSn the Interna¬ tional siMrt scene. It is to be re¬ called that'Mr. Rhodes was on.e pf the very few Influential mem¬ bers of the International Olym- Pip Committee Vifho fought strenuously for tlie admittance of Jewlah athletics in Olympic competition-, A co-feature of Father-Son Night ¦will be. the presentation by Zion Lodge's Athletic Com¬ mittee of the most prominent B'nai B'rith Sponsors '^March of Dimes" Dance Tonight Affair to be Held At Broad St. Temple Tonight's the night for tl'nal B'rith's "March of Dimes" dance at Broad St. Temple, .and it's your big opportunity to "dance, so that others may walk!" B'nai B'rith is sponsoring this affair in conjunction and co-bperatloh '(CantlQued 00 Vege 8) PROMINENT SPORTSMEN TO ATTEND FATHER-SON NITE local Jewish high .school athlete, chosen on the basis of athletic achievements, scholast-jc ability, and all-round sportsman.shlp. A previous winner—Kenny Kauff- man-7-will also receive his tro¬ phy, which has not yet been presented to him. These pre¬ sentations will be mad'fe'by Ben Ratner, oh behalf of the i,odge and tha Athletic Committee. ~^he evening'will'be climaxed by tl 45-miniite sound-track film¬ ing of the 1948- World Series. At the conclusion of Tuesday's, big program, refreshments will be served. The starting time has been moved from 8:30 p. m. to 7:3p so as not to curtail the youngsters' nleh(^ ot Sleep and rest, inas¬ much as they must attend school next day. Minstrel Show Tuesday Mrs. Allen Gundershelmer, Sr., has been the guiding light in charge of production for the gala . minstrel show* which the Bryden Rd, Temple Brother¬ hood and tbe Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood are presenting Joint¬ ly Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock, In the Temple vestry. The affair ia being held Instead- of the regu- (Oantlniidd an V*^» I) . . ... . ' -^. ...!: ¦ '.' ¦ •¥*¦;.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1949-02-04|
|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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