Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1949-03-18, page 01
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ArchaeoloKlcui ft. tllsiorical Mus- N. lliffh St. at lOth—1 ^[\\y/~SerYing Columbus;and Central Ohio Jewish Community ^/^ Vol. 27, Ko. H COLUMBUS, OHIO, IpTtllfAY, MARCH 18, 1949 Devoted U) Ameiic&n And Jewlih Ide«^' SAM MELTON LEAUES FOR ISRAEL Rabbi Rubenstein at Aguda^Achim IVlonday Rubbl Riibrn.stpln The Jewish community of Co¬ lumbu.s will have an opportuni¬ ty MonUaji^-avenlng to hear one of the out.standing spiritual lea; ders of the South—Rabbl Sam¬ uel W. Rutjenstein of Charles¬ ton, S. C. The public Is cordially Invited lo hear this prominent Zlonlsft author and civic leader who tt^yj.-spealc at Agudath . Achim Monday, 8:30 pm.. Rabbi Rubenstein, who is as¬ sociated with the Beth Israel Congregation in Charleston, will discuss a subject of limely im- V portSrfce. His aclilevements have, won for him local, regional and nallonal fame. Cantor P. H."Gellman will ren¬ der several musical selections and refreshments will be served by the Agudath Achlm Sister- \liood to round out what pro- mlsqs to be a vei-y educational and entertaining evening. Bureau of Jewish Education to Present Music Festival Celebration Next Week For the past several' years, the Festival of Jewish- Music Month ha.s been cclebrhted In cpmmunltie.s throughout the U. S. In Columbu.s, these festivals have been presented the Jewish public unllcr the auspices^f the Bureau of Jewi.sh Education, with marked success. Another, rich and varied pro¬ gram ha.s heen arranged by the Bureau this year fur. the deiiffht of everyone' Interested in the charm and beauty of .lewish niiusic. X In connection witlT'" the na¬ tional ob.strvancc of the mm Kesllval Month, ibc B. .1. K. will prcsoni Its fourth annual "Kvc- ping nf .lewish Music", at Broad St. Temple, ne.ft Thursday, 8:.'i0 p. m. Particlpant.s in the program comprise outstanding talent .Jn the community. The |)rogram will he a diversified one of un-. usual Inlerest, which will in¬ clude synagogue and folic miislc, iradillonal, modern and Pales¬ tinian .songs. The following will participale: Jewish Choral Group, direct¬ ed by Cantor Solomon Grodner; Bryden Rd. Temple Choir, dir¬ ected by. Jerry Grodin; T. I.. Sunday School Choir, directed by Mrs. Martin Shenker; and l.eonard Berek.son. Canlor P. H. Gellman, Cantor and Mrs. Solo- rfrton Grodner, Mrs. S. W. Lipson, Miss Ruth Eleanor Stern and Miss Beverly Thai. w. ...-.- Rabbi Jerome Folkman, chair¬ man of the Bureau of Jewish Education, and Mr. Daniel Har¬ rison, director, extended an in¬ vitation to the entire coramunl- ey. There wfll ije no admission charged. The Columbus Jewish Choral Group, directed by Cantor Grod¬ ner and accompanied by Mrs. Solomon Zell, will open the pro¬ gram vvith Yismach Moshe, Hallelujah and-Hava Nageela, as arranged by Mr. Grodner. Miss Stern wili present piano selections, including Synagogue Music and a medley of Palestin¬ ian folk .songs. Cantor'Grodner and Mrs. Zell will present a duel—-V'Hoyoh B'Acharith. Hayomin (Isaiah 2:2). Before Intermission, the Tif¬ ereth Israel Sunday School choir, with Mrs. Shenker dir¬ ecting, will present five stirring selections. Tha. Bryden Rd. Temple choir, with Jerry Grodin directing and Mrs. H. Huffman accompanying, will sing Ij^orglve Our Sins and Hashkivenu. Mrs. S. W. Lip.son, accompan¬ ied by Miss Laura Zelgler, will offer three selections^VVas it Ail But a Dream, Yahrzeit and Di Yomtovdlke Teg. (Continued on Page t) To Establish Branch Of Capitol Mfg. Co. J^ Project in Israel UJA CONFERENCE SCHEDULED HERE Robert W. Schiff, president of tho United Jewish Fund of Co- lumbUH, announced this week thut the Ohio RcgionnI Confer¬ ence of the United Jewlnh Ai>- pntl wlU be held Handuy, Mor, 27, 12:30 p. m., ut the Noll House. Mr. Schlff In rhulrman of the conimltte« ou uii-ungementH for thiH Importunt meeting, which Ih lo be uddretiacd by Hpeakers of national pi-omlnence. RfScrvatlonB for the luncheon, nt $2. per plat« may be made by calUng MA. 5421. Israeli Film to be Shown at Hadassah Meeting Wednesday Mr. Mellon .Mr. Haniuel .Melton In Ipuving this n'l'ck-end lor Tel Aviv, Is¬ rael. The Htory behind bis de¬ parture is oncof tlni.ely impor- liincc lo everji .lew who Is vltaN ly IntcrcHtcU in the growth an^ progresN of tho Land of Israel. . In early la'lS,, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mellon enjoyed a visit lo Palestine, Observatiqns.made at that time convinced Mr. Melton that the existence eked- out of the land was Insufficient, and that agriculture alone would not sustain any slzyble population. With this as a Ijackground, Mr. Melton, Intimediately a f t-e r World War II, when .'definite' prospects of an Independent State were evident, decided to contribute to the industrial development pf Israel. •During the period 1945-46, machinery and c<|ulpment were purchased, accumulated, and stored. In 1947, a deirnlte step was made toward opening a plant In Israel. M2'. Herbert Eaton, a young graduate from the Engineering College of Ohio State! University, was highly rec¬ ommended as an individual with tile proper hackgi'ound and atti¬ tude toward the project. This young man entered the factory of the Capitol Manufacturing & Supply Co. in 1947 and was (Coatlnoed oo Pane 4) Ben Gurion's Coalition Gov't Gets Vote of Confidence (73-45) ifi Israeli Assembly TEL AVIV, (JTA) — The New Israeli Goverranent, headed by David Ben Gurlon and including the Mapai, Religious Bloc and the Progressives, lasl week received a 73-45 vote of confidence in the Knesseth. Ben Gurion told Parliament that his government would follow a policy of loyalty to the Un'ltcd NSition.s Charter and friendship toward ail peace-loving states-, particularly the United States and the Soviet Union, and would make a determined effort to estab¬ lish an Araij-Jcwish alliance within Ihe framework of the U. N. Making his first appearance hefore the Knesseth, the elected I)arliamet'IT'tirthe country, to in¬ troduce his ciKilillon Cabinet and announce his government's l)rogram, the Israeli I'rime j Minister also ijledged his -gyg j (rnmcnl's .supimrt for'all me i suros guuranlci'ing the righls of man, the e(|ualiiy of natlon.ssand Ihe strengtiiening of \he. United Nations. All 120 metnhers of the Knes seth were present when the ses slon opened^n a former motion picture house, and hotel whkh had been converted inlo a meet ing place for the Israel Parlli ment. Unifod^N'alion^ Aml)a.s.-.i dor James G. McDonald was in the section of the gallery re Served for distinguished gu«stb as were other members of tht diplomatic colony. ^ The sijeaker and niemi)ers of ,Calilnet occupied places on the stage which wits bedecked with flags emblematic of the Twelve Trii>es of Israel. For the bene fit of Arab members of tht. Knesseth, a special 'telephone system was- employed wherebv through headphones, they re celved almost instantaneous translations, in Arabic, of the si)eeches delivered In Hebrew. The Prime Minister declared that the Government of Israel will he democratic and republi¬ can, gu,aranteeli ^ complete equality of rights, language, edu¬ cation and culture to Us citizens regardless of religion, race or nationality, it guarantees free¬ dom of as.soclatlon and speech, equality of rights for women and a unlver.sal franchise. While the Government will make the Sabbath and other Jewish fes¬ tivals days of rest, non-Jews wll) be able to observe their own Sabbalh. 'The Prime Minister pointed out that the foreign policy prin¬ ciples enunciated, in the govern¬ ment program did not differ from those that had been follow¬ ed by the Provisional Govern¬ ment. That policy, he said, had (Continued on Vege i) ORVILLB JONES SPEAKER FOR LBGISLATIVB .GROUP - The position o£ labor today will be discussed by Mr. OrVlUe Jones at Monday's meeting of the "Legislative Grotip of the Council of Jewlslv Women. The meeling, lo be held at the hojne of Mrs. Simon Berg, 651 Sheri¬ dan Ave., win start at 1 p. m. With such an excellent giiest speaker and a stimulating sub¬ ject, thla promises to be pn out¬ standing meeting. Please bring your sandwiches. "The hostess will serve coffee. • KAPLAN ADDRESS^ AT SMITH COLLEGE Rabbl Harry Kaplan will ad dress classes at Smith College In North' Hampton, Mass., Sunday and Monday. Preceding this he will be a guest at the dinner In honor of Dr. Stephen. S>> Wise's 75th birthday at. the Blltmore Hotel In New York City. He wiil also attend a meeting of Hillel Alum¬ ni. BB MEETING TUESDAY ' B'nal Brith Zion Lodge 82 will hold Its regular meeting TuesiJay evening at Broad St.. Temple. The business tneeting will start at 8:30, for members only. Cards and refreshments will follow. FREDA FRAZIBR WILL ADDRESS B. B. WOMKN Mi.ss Freda Frazler, founder of the Wilson-Frazier School of Expression will give a book re¬ view, "Unconquered," . at the regular meeting of the B'nal Brith Women next Tuesday evening at Bry¬ den Rd. Temple. The speaker is one of the most interesting personalities In our community. "You are what you most .want to be" This is Freda Frazler, her philosophy, \^"> iS* her way of * ^^', thinking, of Miss Pra,ler ^o^klng. Using this as her guide to gracious liv¬ ing, it is small wonder that Miss Frazler captivates her audiences as well as her friends-by her magnetic personality./ *• The opening prayer Is to be I given by Mrs. Max Friedman. Ben Siiberstein is Pot o' Gold Winner When the phone rang just be¬ fore midnight last Tuesday and woke up Benjamin F. Siiber¬ stein, 104 S. Dawson, he didn't mind it.at all. It w'as Lou Ruben calling from the Excelsior Club, officially notifying Siiberstein that he had won the $500 Pol o' Gold awartled by th6 Moth'ers Group ot the Agudath Achlm Self-Development Pre-School. At first, he thought it was just a dream. Then he and Mrs. Siiberstein figured someohe .was playing a practicali?) joke. But ¦to make sure, he hiirrled to the Clnb, and sure enough—there was the Pot o' Gold, all his! Siiberstein, president of the Col's Steel Supply Co., reclpro- catedi-in'r^prfeciation, by donat¬ ing $500. towards the J're- S(:hooi's fund-raising project, a very worthy and commendable gesture. The Pot 0' Gold dance Tues' day was a iremendous success, and a very fine turn-out was 'In attendance. This unu.sual, dramatic photo Is In the Israeli film, 'Tomor¬ row's a Wonderful Day," to bo shown at a joint meeting of ¦ Senior Hadassah, B. & P.. Ha¬ dassah, Junior Hadassah and pioneer Women next._ Wednes¬ day,^ 8 o'clock, at Broad'St. Tem¬ ple. Benjamin, the hero of the film shown above, has 'just been honored In a gripping, tradi¬ tional Chanukah ceremony, an ancient celebration hailing the victory of the 'Macabt>ees in Biblical times. He is preparing to run with the torch, which hqs been lighted in the cavea of the Macabbefis In the north of Palestine, to the children's vil¬ lage wych Is his honie settle¬ ment. Later, for the first time i- sinee his rescue from the con-/ centration camp where he has lost his parents and kin , the hero of this unique movie realizes that he can redeem his soul and throw off the fears whieh almost crippled his young life. The public is urged to attend this showing which Is sponsoiied, by Hadassah for 'Vouth AliyahT which hopes to rescue 15,000 m(jre European children during the coming year. " --, Nd admission charge is to be^ made. Miss Miriam Cohen will give the opening prayer and Hadas¬ sah's 38th birthday will be cele¬ brated With a candle-lighting ceremony In which the three Hadas.sah presidents will parti¬ cipate. LAZARUS SISTERHOOD Next Saturday, M^r. 26, at Bryden Rd. Temple, the Rose- E, Lazarus Sisterhood will pre^;^, sent an outstanding Mother^ Daughter-Son program, wlthR services starting at 11 a. in., fol-v lowed at noon with a comp.ll- ^ mentary luncheon by the Sister¬ hood. There will be a brief and; amusing program, p^rtldpatea In by the rhpthers and their children. ¦ % ¦ it. 'Wi?:-.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1949-03-18|
|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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