Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1950-08-25, page 01
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^rchneollgica. & HlBtorloal TmS^ St. at 15th-l- «AmM^i^^^MA««M^y*iiNa «^^>««MW^^^^ HEBREW SCHOOL OPENS DOORS ON SEPT. 6 IN ITS NEW QUARTERS The Columhus Hebrew School \s pleafieil to announce that school for the fall term will begin Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 6, in Its new and permancfit quarters at the Jewish Center, 1125 College Ave. The Colurhbus .Jewish community can Indeed be proud of the excellent accommodations that the Hebrew School has at its disposal; lovely spacious classrooms, fully equipped and with suitable office accommodations for the School. In the past two years, Hebrew School classes were held at Fairwood Ave. School, and prior lo that, for approximately 2.'5 years.'the Columbus Hebrew School was located at 5.58 E. Rich'St. Next week, beginning Monday, will be devoted to registration and enrollment. Mr. Daniel Har¬ ri.son, principal of the School, will he In the office every day from 0:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Parents desiring to enroll their children In the Hebrew School should please call the office, DO. 77«4. Registration for the beginners' class should be made now prior to the opening of the school Sept. 0. Boys and girls 7-years- old or over are eligible to enroll In the beginners' class. Enroll¬ ment Is not limited to beginners only. Our two .school bu.ses will ac¬ commodate all the pupils with transportation to and from school as In the past. As soon as the Center actlvi PTA MKKTmO A nieoting of The rolunibux Hebrew School PTA Is sched- Pd Sept. 5, 8 pm., at the .lewlMh Onter. More details In next week's Chronicle. munity institution and every- ime should avail him.self of Its .services. The following excerpts of a letter addressed hy the Chicago Board of .Jewish Edu¬ cation to ihe .Jewish parents, should be of Interest to all the parents In our clly: "The Hebrew School will give the .Jewish child a feeling of be¬ longing to a people with a great cultural and religious tradition.. It will imbue him with a desire lo work for the betterment of his people and for the betterment ^^ IMRONICLE Yin,// Senrlng Columbus and Central CTilo lewish Commun]i7W7AR Vol. 28, No. M COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAV, AUGUST 25, lO.'W Devoted to American ¦nd Jewish Ideali Center Membership Workers Named lies are opened, a special pro-1 of the world. It will make him gram will be arranged to ac- see the .splendid compatahlUly commodate the pupils of the "f <-^e ideals and principles of Hebrew School so they can par- ludaism with those of Amerl- ticipatejn t-he various Center ac-lean democracy. It will protect tlvltles Immediately following! your child aguln.st the evils of Iheir classroom studies. , | self-hate and self-deprecatlnn. It A good .Jewish education Is a will give him a feeling of .'Sclt- musl for every .Jewish child.' acceptance and per.sonal .security rarenis should avail them.selves as a .Jew and as.an American, of Ibis opportunity and enroll j H will imliue him with a feeling their children In the Columbus of fellowship wilh .lews every- Hebrew School. It is a com-1 where." Fifteen fcaptalns volunteered lo lake the lead In tbe member¬ ship drive for the new Colum¬ bua Jewish Community Cenier at a preliminary campaign meet¬ ing last week, Melville D. Frank, chairman of the campaign, an¬ nounces. . Included are: Morris Fried' man, 3404 E. Broad St; David Feerer, 725 S. Roosevelt Ave; Robert Leon, 38H N; Drexel; Ger¬ ald Rips, 767 Berkeley Rd; Ivan Gilbert, 14 N. Waverly Rd; Ben Tolpen, 404 Rhoades Ave; Max P. Arons, 060 Carpenter St; Al¬ lan Tarshlsh,-21 E. State St; Ben Oro.s.sman, 51 S. Broadleigh Ave; Sam H. Solomon, 1.550 E. Broad; Arthur M. Zwelllng, 744 S. 18th Sti Sol D. Shaman., .2770 Sher¬ wood Rd; Don Cohen, 112 N. Ardmore; SI Sokol. 6.56 E. Fullon and Raymond Kahn. 27.50 Fair Ave. The ineetlng. called by Chair¬ man Frank, was attended by more than .30 active community workers. Mayer Ro.senfeld, dir¬ ector of the Center, described the program in detail and 1. W. Harek, president, stated the pur- j poses. IjOuIs Levin and David I Goldsmith, vice chairmen of the membership campaign, dLscussed plans for the drive. Jjcvln win direct the activities of the 15 captains, who have agreed lo organize teams of five members each. Many of the teams are already at work mak¬ ing solicitations among their friends and acquaintances. The captains started the campaign iMeniherHhip Pl^vlh•ges - fi lo n, .$7..5fl per 10 lo 14. .?10 per lo 18, <'hildren year. .lunioi'S year. InleriiicdlateN — 1 $15 per year. 8cnloi^ — I!) lo 25, .$20 per year. Women — I!) and over. .$20 per year. .Men — 26 and over. $25 per year. Family — Hu.sliand and wife and all children 18 years and under. $40 per year. Husband and wife only, $.30 per year. Health Club — Open lo adults only; $15 additional for women; .$25 additional for men. Informally by enrolling their own names and those of their families. A plea for additional workers to assist with the membership» campaign Is made by Frank In a statement today: "We should like to have sev¬ eral hundred men and women to contact families of the Jewish community," Frank says. "Lead¬ ers In the campaign are request¬ ing that volunteers come for¬ ward to help in a project which will mean much to them and their families. We are hoping for a big response this week." Volunteers are urged lo call Mr. Frank, MA. 0057, or Mr. Levin. FA. 1184. or any of the captains listed akiove. « • • Dedicatory ceremonies for the Center bowling lanes are sched¬ uled for this Sunday, al 3 p. m. I. M. Harris, chairman of the howling committee, is in charge. Following the ceremonies the 12 lanes will be open to the public for play. Sixteen bowling leagues have signed for the 1050-51 .season, Mr. Harris announces. Bryden Rd. Temple Makes Plans for High Holydays Plans for the coming High Holydays have been completed according to a recent announce¬ ment by L/Conard Stern, prfesl- dent of Bryden Rd. Temple. The program of double services, which was so successful In pre¬ vious years. Is U) be continued. "The evening services for Rosh Hashonah will be held at 7:00 and 8;40 on Monday, Sept. . IL Rabbi Jerome D. Folkmah will officiate and will preach at both of these services. He will also conduct the morning service In the Temple at 10:00 on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Mr. Eilierl Saplnsley, student of the Hebrew Union College— .lewish Institute of Religion, has heen engaged to conduct the children's .service In the vestry room of the Temple on Rosh Hashonah morning, Sept. 12, at 10:30. Rabbi Folkman will conduct the Shabbas Shuvah services Friday evening, Sept. 15, at 8:00, and on Saturday morning, Sept. 16, bt 11:00. The plan for double services will be enforced on Yom Kippur evening, Sept. 20, when Rabbi (contlnned on pnge i) Mrs, Sanford Schwarz of New York to Speak At Hadassah Membership Luncheon Sept. 6 Opening meeting of Hada.ssah, in the form of a paid-up mem¬ bership luncheon, will take place Wednesday, Sept. fi, I2:.30, a't Broad St. Temple. A large attendance Is expected to help begin Hadassah's activities for the new sea.son. M^. Irving I^ackrltz and Mrs. Bernard Feltlinger. co-chair¬ men of the I'rogram Commiltee. are happy to announce that a program of unustial Interest Is being planned for this very Im¬ portant meeling. The speaker for the afternoon will he Mrs. San¬ ford Schwarz of New York Clly, who -is known lo many members of Hadassah as the sister of Mrs. Jack Wolman. Mrs. Schwarz has iieen a lead¬ ing figure in Hada.ssah for many years and before leaving for Korea, where she spent a year with her husband and children, was the political chairman of New York Hadassah. Mr.^ch- warz Is now a political af?hlrs officer In the Secretarial of the United Nations, and was sent to Korea as a member of the U. N. Commission, erhpowered lo deal with certain basic International problems In that country. Her position as the wife of one of the top U. N. officials In Korea gave Mrs. Schwarz a unique op¬ portunity to know the people and the politics of that key-spot in ihe affairs of the world today. While in Korea, Mrs. Schwarz traveled extensively and came to have a very Intimate knowledge of the life of the people and the counlry generally. She was able to maintain very close relation¬ ships with Koreans ranging ^om highly placed members of the government to ordinary lab¬ orers and servant girls. Among her many diversified activities she taught a course In conver¬ sational English for a group of Korean men and women, and through this medium was able to penetrate with great success the barrier that usually separates East from West. Her experi¬ ences were of such great inter¬ est, and her skill in recounting them Is so outstanding that two leading American magazines are carrying articles by her on this subject. The August Issue of Vogue magazine has her article entitled "Notes on Korea." A longer and more penetrating ar¬ ticle will appear In the Novem¬ ber Issue of Harper's magazine. Procuring furniture and equipment of all .soi'Im In the problem faced by officials and hoard members of the .Tew¬ lsh Center, now that the build¬ ing is in the final stages of cotiipletion. Working on that problem are membei's of the equipment committee pictured at a recent meeting. Left to right, sealed: Kohert Gllck, Mrs. E. J. Gor¬ don, Ahe Weinfeld, Mrs. Jack Kesler, Leonard Kohn, Walter L. Franc, .Mrs. Walter T. Franc, Sr. and .Mayer Ro.sen¬ feld. Stiinding Is I. W. Gurek,' president of the board of trus¬ tees of the Onter. (Photo by Topy) ''fi" Day Committee Chairmen are Announced Sunday, Sept. 17 Watch for this date—Sun¬ day, Sept. IT. It will be a great day in tJie future of Beth Jacob Congregation and for Orthodox Jewry In Columbus. On Oct. 5, "B" Day, the American Red Cross Bloodmo¬ biie will be stationed at the Jewish Community Center. The quota for that day has been set for 200 pints pf blood. The ful¬ fillment of this quota will guar¬ antee blood to every Jewish family in Franklin Counly when needed. You are urged to call •DO. 8042 now for appointment. The Jewish Community Blood Donor Council, made up of all the Jewish groups In the com¬ munity. Is going Into Its second year of par'tlclpation. The follow¬ ing chairmen were announced for "B" Day: Jewish War Veterans, Max E. Aarons; Pioneer Women, Mrs. Hero Is the American Red Cross Bloodmohile that will l>e at tho Jewish Center on "B" Day, Oct, 5. The Bloodnioblle In a van carrying the technical equipment and supplies needed for eolleellng blood. This equipment will be unloaded and set up in the center. A phyHlcian and Heveral nurses will be on hand to take care of you. Vou are urged to call BO. 8tM2 now to make un appoint¬ ment tor "B" Day. Ethel Bernstecker; Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, Miss Lana Zeitsrrian and Mrs. Harry Cow¬ an; Bryden Rd. Temple, William Gllck; Broad St. Temple. Aaron Zacks; Agudalh Achlm Congre¬ gation, Louis R. Goldfarb; Bnal B'rith, Zion Lodge No. 62, Meyer Mellman; B'nai B'rith I Women's Chapter, Mrs. Bertie Koltun; Hadassah, Mrs. Meyer Mellman; Council ot Jewish Women, Mrs. Louis Ruben; Zion¬ ist Organization, Herbert Linlck. A motor corps to pick you up and to bring you back to work or home will be available. There will also be an all-day nursery so that mpihers may bring their children.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1950-08-25|
|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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