Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1949-10-21, page 01
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Arf:haeollgic£ll & lll.storieal Museum N. High St. at I5tl\—1 CoinmuiiitY Invifed to Cornerstone Program Strictly Confidential By Phlncas BIron Gnzing Into 5710 Will the Jewish position throughout the world change much In the new year? We''ve been pondering the questlpn' and shall venture Into the rlSky sea of predictions. . . The Isrpell Government wiil drop Its present alliance with the religious block and form a coalition with the left wing labor party Mapam , . . While tlie Israelis will win in the U. N. on the Jerusialem Issue they will experience great difficulties on the Negev Ijisue, Egypt will give most of the trouble. We shall pot^ be surprised It the Egyptians will launch a military coup and try to occupy the Negev region. In this new year only a very small number of new Imml- "grants w.iU enter Israel, gven if Eastern European countries will permit ,Iewish ma.'^s emmigra- tlon (Poland already has) the I.s- raeli'Government will Insi.st on a breathing spell before tackling a new Immlgr^ation wave. In the U. S., the American Jewish Congress will lose ground steadily, and should the U,1A cut It off from its present allo¬ cation (we don't say that It will), then the American Jewish Con¬ gress would gradually vanish Into thin air, Rabj)l Abba Hillel Silver will caxtii" back Into International Zionist leadership, . . Sorry to say, bur the "Ameri¬ can Jewish Rally" will not sur¬ vive thla <'y.ear ... Another casualty In t>ie' Jewish "fourth "e^te" will be the Yiddish Morn¬ ing Journal. The niembershlp of the ZOA . wIU decrease .,. . The Ameri¬ can Jewish Committee will re- vlvelts antl-Zlonlst policy . . '¦ Mr. Daniel Frlsch will not run for re-election as president of the ZOA. ^ Don't ask us how we arrived at these . startling revelations. All we can tell you Is that they are based on the scientific meth¬ ods . . , Just check on us as time marches on. CHRONICLE S/\(/ Serving Columbus and Centra) Ohio Jewish Communlly XVMK Vol. 27, No. 43 C01,UMBU8, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1049 Devoted to American ftnd Sevtleit Idealg Hospitalized Veterans Entertained by B'nai B'rith There wa.s Hope in Ohio State's i them, giant horseshoe last Saturday \ B'nal R'rllh served as host to afternoon at half-time, afid par-]fl7 hospitalized veterans trom ticularly around 87 gue.its trom , Chllllcothe and SO from Da.vton veterans' hospitals. Bob Hope during the OSU-Mlnnesota game.' was there In person Joking with' By providing fruit, hot-dogs, cigarettes, candy, and pop, the n'nal B'rith 'Veterans and Hos¬ pital Services Comijiittee helped make their visit more enjoyable. Comedian Hope, a visitor at Ihe game, spent the half-time senviqjg and clowning tor them. Seven years ago tne Buckeye Council, providmg volunteer Red Cro.ss servlce.H for Central Ohio, undertook the profect. Game tickets are furnished by the OSU athletic department, transportation hy the VA, dinner after the game by the Red Cross. Three other organizallons. In ad¬ dition to B'nal B'rith, serve as hosts during each game: .Jewish War Veterans, Agnnis Club, and ,lr. Chamber of Commerce. David Che.ses, vice-chairman of the B'nai H'ri,th committee, is al,so chairman of the Buckeye Council. / Committee memher.f who a.s¬ sisted Chescs' Saturday were Ruby Greenljerg, Hdrb Topy, Mltchel Cohen, Ell Ableman and Abe Thall. Rahbl Nathan Zelizer is committee chairman. In the photo to the left, taken by Ruben Greenberg, Comedian Bob Hope is a.sslstlng Dave Cheses in dislributirtg refresh- menl-s' to the veterans. Gold Rush Donors to be Listed in Program B'NAI B'RITH TO SEE COLOR MOVIES OF 1940 ELECTION \ ' ' First nomlnatlon.s for the of¬ fice of guardian and delegates to th'e district convention ^t Den¬ ver win be made at the B'nal B'rith stag bu.slness meeting Tuesday, 8 p. m., at Broad St. Temple, An opening In the office of fttardlan will be created when eymour Luckoffi present guard¬ ian, fills ,the job of warden which has been vacated. Feature of the meeting will be the full-color movies taken dur¬ ing the 'heated election nljfht ac¬ tivities. Many shots of the crowd with close-ups, the speakers, dif¬ ferent members casting ballots, and candidates are included. Allan Tarshi.sh will report on the district convention and Dr. Marvin Fox will speak oh the national observance of Jewish Education Month. Refreshments and cards will follow the regular business meet¬ ing. __^_ Hebrew U. Member To Address Hillel Dr. A.'H. Fraenkel will speak at 8 p. m. Sunday, at the Hillel Foundation. His topic will be "Ediicatlon In Israel." Dr, Fraenkel Is a member of the Mathamatlcs Department at the Hebrew University In Is¬ rael and Is making a lecture tour at universities throughout the U, S, His appearance at Ohio Stare wljlma'rk the beginning of the Hillel lecture series this year, A reception In honor of new • faculty' members will follow the lecture, Thl^ program Is being sponsored by the Hillel Grad¬ uate-Faculty Club and the Hillel Forum • , , The public is cordially Invited. The Gold RuKh Is on! Tickets have been sent this week to the many people who have alrepdy made tnelr contributions to the 1949 Fund-Ralslng Project of the local chapter of B'nal B'rith Wo¬ men. Pledges are being received, dally, and can be given either to the worker who calls by tele¬ phone, or "by calling Mrs, Ber¬ nard Copen, Subscription Chair¬ man, D(J. 3630, or Dy mailing your check tor the amount of your contribution to Mrs. Copen at 525 Eastmoor Blvd. Remember, all contrlbiitors will be listed in the souvenir pro¬ gram and year book, according to the amount pf their pledges. PIONEER TEA WEDNESDAY Chapter #2 of the local Flo- n e e r Women's Organization opens 11 s autumn season 8 oVIock Wednesday evening at Bryden Rd. Temple with a paid- up membership tea. New mem¬ bers win be welcomed and a most enjoyable evening has been arranged by Mrs. Sally Rovick, chairman, arid her co-chairman, Mrs. Sonja Gurevltz, A door prize will be awarded and re¬ freshments win be served. Mrs. Ruth Cooper, program chairman, has arranged a play¬ let entitled "Pioneer Women Were There," written by Jack Fallenberg of Clevelariu. The cast includes Mesdames Selma Belkin, Bea Betker, Molly Block. Shirley Friedland, Jean Kisch, Rochelle Miller, Marilyn Samuel¬ son, Lola Stein, Norma Sussman, and. Ann Swedlow. Pianist will be MIclam Shenker; assisting as vocalist will be Mrs. David Becker. Mrs. Rose Salen, president, Is extending a. welcome to all old and new members and IS looking forward to a record attendance. As in the past, listings wUl In¬ clude Honor Donors, for those who contribute more than $20; Sponsors, tor those who pledge a minimum of $20; and Patrons, tor those who give $10. A special Gift Page for tlonatlons will also be Included In the year book, listing all contributions of less than $10. to this once-a-year ap¬ peal. Each $10, pledge entitles the contributor to a chance on the wonderful array of fabulous prizes to be glVen away by the B'nai R'rith Women at their Gold Rush Cabaret Dance at Valley Dale Sunday evening, Nov. 20, as Well .as admittance for two persons to the dance that night. First prize Is a 10-day luxury vacation trip, via Constellation plane, lo Florida, for two per¬ sons, with hotel accommodations at the luxurious M a r.t 1 n I q u e Hotel, plus luggage from Gay's Luggage, a dress from Edith Rosen, a hat froth Carrie Her¬ man, shoes from the Shoe Box, a suit from Greene's Men Shoppe, a blouse and beach out¬ fit from Lincoln Road Shop In SIMOIV .V.\ZARVS ATHLETIC FUND The Jewi.sh Center has receiv¬ ed the following contributions to the Simon Lazarus Athletic Fund: , Mr. and Mr.s. C'ha.s. Y. Lazarus, In memory of Rabbi Freund; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Y. I.azartis, In honor of the birthday ot Mrs. Nathan Gumble ot New York City. VELLOWBHIP CHURCH Fellowship Church starts Its fourth season under the leader¬ ship ot its new chairman. Dr. Floyd Faust, of Broad St, Church of (jhrlst, and visits Bryden Bd. Temple Sunday afternoon at 4 O'clock, Rabbi Jerome D.- Folkman, who-Is the speaker for the day, win use the topic "Is the Bible Out of Date?" Music will be rendered by the Temple choir, A tea follows this Interfalth- Inter-raclal , Service, and the ladles of the' Sisterhood have ask¬ ed the Fellowship Church Plann¬ ing Committee to assist. BUREAU OP JEWISH EDUCATION BOARD MEETING iMONDAY A meeting of the board of dir¬ ectors of the Bureau of Jewish Education 1? scheduled Monday, 8:30 p. m., at Schonthal Center. Election of officers and mem¬ bers of the 'board of directors ot the Bureau will lake place. The Bureau activities for the current year will also be discussed. TO FORM CHUG IVRI A' Hebrew speaking grpup Is being organized, and all those who are able to converse in He¬ brew are cordially Invited to the first meeting of the Chug Ivrl, at the home of Mr, ahd Mrs. Dan: lei Harrison, 615 S. 22nd St., this Saturday,'8:30 p, m. Miami Beach, rhumba lessons from Arthur Murray in Miami Beach, swimming instructions, deep-sea fishing and nlghC clubs while In Florida. An array of other prizes will be given away Nov. 20, including an automatic washer, dryer, elec¬ tric ironer, television set, and a beautiful BenrUs "Embraceable". wrist watch. Your chances to win any of these prizes are good. Ail you have to do is Send Your Check in Now! Through your contribution to B'nai Brith Women you will make it possible for them to par¬ ticipate in a progi^am of national and Internatlonar Importance. One of the major projects of B'nai B'rith Women this year Is the Children's Horn? in Israel, the site for which has just been appr.oved by the Jewish Natioilal Fund, according (o Information brought to this country recently by Mendel M. Fisher, director ot the Fund. The'Children's Home was badly bombed during the Arab fighting, arid it will be re¬ placed with an entirely new stpucture, so that the children who are treated there tor jjsy- chiatrlc maladjustment can have the full benefits of care under the Cottage Plan, as well as plenty of sun,shine. and facilities for their physical and mental re¬ habilitation. You can help by giving to the Gold RusK HO.ME FOR AGED l/o HOLD DIN.NER SUJNDAY The Jewish Home Ibr the Aged of Columbus will hdld Its first diririer at the Broad'St, Temple thl.s Sunday, at fi pm. Mrs. M. Finkelstein, president, urge.s everyone to attend and promises a very festive and gala affair, including a delicious din¬ ner (Kishke. I Traditional song^ will b e rendered during the dinner by Cantor P. H. Gellman and Mrs. 1). Becker, accompanied by Miss Ruth Stern at the piano. Mr. Barney Ringer, toastmas¬ ter ot the affair, will Introduce the speakers which will Include Rabbis S. W. Ruberistelh, Nath¬ an Zelizer and Leopold Green¬ wald. Mrs. Rttbenstein will give the l?enedlctlon. The candles will be auctioned by Mr. Harpy Beckman and Mr. Abe Wolman. Mrs, Phillip Berman is chair¬ man of the affair with Mrs. M. Goodman and Mrs, J. Sherman as co-chairmen. Local Dignitaries To Participate In Ceremony Oct. 30 At no time In the history of ColumbuK' .Ipwish commnnlty has there been such enthusiastic acceptance of any one project as the new Jpivish Center bnllding now under conHimctlon. A week from tomorrow, Sunday, Oct. 30,, at 2 f(. ni., Ihp roi-nersione will be set with dignitaries, both •lewish and- nonNleivishi partici¬ pating in the progranl, to which thp rntlrc .Irnlsh rommunitv Is Invited. At. press time, the following have signified their Intentions to appear on the program: Honor¬ able Mayor James Rhodes, re¬ presenting the city of Columbus; Robert K. Levy, president of the Community Chest of Columbus and Franklin County: Rudolph N. Evjen. executive .secretary of Ihe Community Fund; and the five local rabbis, J. D. Folkman Nathan Zelizer, Harry Kaplan, s' W. Rubenstein and Leopold Greenwald. IVi-Honal Iclleii* from Ed¬ ward Schlezlnger, diairninn of the rorncrstonp laying pro¬ gram, have this week been Hpiil to nil headti of Jewish or¬ ganizations affiliated wilh the Columhus .Ipwlsh Community Council, inviting thpni, as wpll as all nipmhprs, to this highly significant milpstnnp In the progrpsN of IcM-al Jowry. The structure, located on Col¬ lege Ave., ju.st .south of Living¬ ston Ave., is the culmination of many years of dreaming and planning on the part of local Jewish leaders, for a most mod¬ ern, useful and creative Center. When completed, the new build¬ ing will have all the impbrUmt facilities for the broader deve- loi>ment of the Jewish communi¬ ty as an Intimate and friendly influence on Jewish life here. Every member of our com- munily should make every effort to atterid the ceremonies and, at the same time, view many sec¬ tions of the building already completed. RELIGIOUS INSTITUTE The Institute on Christianity and Judai.>!m will be held today at Bryden Rd. Temple and Sun-, day at the Central Community Church, from 9:,')0 am, to 2:30 pm. each day, Lunch will be served. Cost of registration and lunch will be $1.25. KAPLAN AT CONFERENCE Rabbi Harry Kaplan will re¬ present the National B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations at a confer- ence on "Religion In State Uni¬ versities" at the University of - Minnesota on Oct. 27 to 29, This conference will deal with ways Of implementing the work of tiie various religious d^BOOslnations on the campus without compris¬ ing In any way the basic princi¬ ples of separation ot church and state. 'Israel Reborn' feature In Nov* 8 Issue of 'Look' Look "Israel Reborn," an 8-page feature tiepictlng In text and photographs the dramatic settle¬ ment, development and rebirth of the Jewish Stale, Is the leacl article In the Nov. 8 Issue of Look Magazine, which will be on news-stands "Tuesday. Written by Robert Capa, noted' photographer-correspondent, and liberally Illustrated photob, the article presents a stlrr ng pic¬ ture of Ibe vital, bustnng demo¬ cracy which is rising in the cities and settlements of the new state. ilJ 'L J JM.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1949-10-21|
|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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