Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1950-08-04, page 01
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«Str-: •Archaeoligical& Historical N- High St. at I5th-:j Membership Campaign Planned for Center _ ^:MRONICLE ^[^^^'^ervinq Columbus and Central CTtio Jewish CommunltY ^A\^ Vol. 28, No. 31 COLIMBUH, OHIO, FRIDAY, Al'tU'ST 4, 19150 Devoted tn American and Jewlah Ideala FIRST NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON JEWISH EDUCATION IN U.S. IS CALLED FOR OCTOBER NEW YORK, (JTA) — The American A.ssociatlon for .lewish Education announced that ihe first national conference on .lewish education will be helcl at the end of October In New York City. The As.soclatlon I.ssued a call to all organizations throughout the country Interested In .Jewl.sh education to send delegates to this conference. Emphasizing that the confer¬ ence will chart the future of American .Jewish education, the announcement saUl that ihe pur¬ pose of the parley is to consider the present condition and the future possibilities of .Jewish education for American .Jewish communities as well as to work out a cooperative program of education which will establish the educative Instrument of the .lewish community as "truly cf- fectf\'e agencies-in transmitting and developing the entire heri¬ tage of .Jewish culture and ideals to the generations." The conference will also seek a consensus regarding tho per¬ sonnel, methods, content, and GOLDMAN PLEDGES AID TO TRUMAN'S STAND ON KOREA PARIS. (.ITA) — Full sup¬ port of Bnal B'rith was pl'edged to President Truman for his stand in the Korean crisis and for the measurfc he advocated ill his message to Congress, by Frank Coldman. president of B'nai B'rith, in a statement is¬ sued here. British Chief Rabbi Urges Jews to Curb Commie Infiltration LONnON. (.ITA) — .lews throughout the world were urg¬ ed to organize their spiritual forces against Communists and Communisl-domlnaled organiza¬ tions in their attempt to infil¬ trate .Jewish life In a call Issued this week hy Chief Israel Brodle of the British Empire at a recep¬ tion given to him and tn dele¬ gates attending the conference of .Jewish organizations in the British Commonwealth. The reception was tendered by Ihc Anglo-.lewish As.socintion. In his speech the Chief Rabbi de¬ nounced the attempts by Com¬ munist-dominated organizations to get (leople to sign documents and proclamations "which In one form or another support cau.ses repugnant to peojilo who sign .,,,,, -, „ , Ihem." Dr. Abraham Cohen. Mr. (.oidman us In Europe at-. president of the Board of Depu¬ ties of British .Jews, .speaking al the gathering, called for rlose cooperation lietween .lewish or- ganiz.ilions. csiiecially those en joying consultntive status at the I'liited \ations. Melville Frank Cliairman of Community-Jfide Solicitation tending a cimfeience of the Co¬ ordinating Hoard of .lewish Or- ganizatlons. which is compo.sed cost's of the'.iewl'sh school! what'-">' "1'' "rltish Board of Deputies, ever Its form. The American As-i'he South African .Jewish Board sociation for .lewish liducatlon , <>' deputies, and B'nai B'rith. is a union of .lewish groups and I "The stand which I'res. Tru- individuals of all shades of be-: man ivas taken as a result of the Rr^nHpi^ DlIP^ PavahJP lief and opinion, who actively , aggression against the Republic I ""'""^"* ""^^ rtiyauic hold in common the conviction ] of Korea is directed toward the! Mi-k, Harry Getz. treasurer of that education and Its improve-1 attainment of true world peace," | the Columbus Chapter of the ment is a community's rea.son"'" "-•¦ Opportunity to become a member ot the newest, most modern and best equipped .Jewish Community Center'In the country is of¬ fered to members of the .Jewish Community of Columbus with the opening of a drive for membership soon. Melville D. Frank, 79.3 Kenwick Rd.. will head the membership campaign, aimed al procuring charter memliers among men, women and children of Columbus. David Goldsmith and Louis Levin are vice chairmen. They will be assisted in their can- va.ss by about l.'iO volunteers, both men and women. "We are open to offers of a.sslstance from volunteers who are enthusiastic about the ad¬ vantages of membership in the .lewlsb Communi¬ ty Center," lyir. Frank said today. "We hope to be able to announce a complete membership cam.palgn committee within the next JO days, so that wc can go ahead wilh direct .solicitation. The success of the drive will depend upon the willlngne.ss of men and women to take the re¬ sponsibility of spreading the good news to the public—that- a jnagnificent program and facililies program possible are available in our new Center." Activities for every member uf the family, voung and old with a scop«. heretofore unheard <,f in Columbus, are planned for the new < ommonity Center at 112.1 College Ave., under the leadership of a full,line staff of w. headed by Mayer Rosenfeld. director. Abom .,11 part-time a.ssislants al.so will be retiuired. for existence and its surest In strument of .survival a n d: world growth. by the lawless Southern .Korea." Linen Party Wednesday Much excitement is in the air these days—WHO will win the beautiful law Oldsmoblle that Hada.ssah Is awarding? Next Wednesday (Aug. 0). in the love¬ ly flower-filled garden of Mrs. Sig Ornstein's home. 90 N. Stan¬ wood Rd.. the name of the win¬ ner will be announced! Every Hadassah member was given a book of tickets to sell. The committee urges that a strong final effort be made to dispose of any remaining tickets. All Rtulm and Money must be turned In by drawing time, which Is 2 p. m. The occasion for the drawing of the car Is the annual linen shower Don't forget the sheets, pillow cases, towels, wash cloths, etc. Many thou.nands of our peo¬ ple In Israel eagerly await the .small bit of comfort that is brought to them through our linen contributions. Columbus ,„ Hadassah has never failed to I <,f the Denver help generously and open-hand- ^ mission edly. 1. Bring your stubs and money for the Oldsmoblle. Mr. Goldman .said in his state- National Women's Committee of ment. "Peace cannot be the I prandets University, asks that lot so long .IS the au-:;,il members of the organization thonty ot the United Nations | working on the membership for the maintenance of peace , ,|p|vp send in the dues that thev may be flaunted as It has been , have collected to her or to Mrs. Colorado Jews May Be Forced to Miss Voting in Primaries DENVER, (.ITA) — Observ¬ ance of Rosh Hashanah ma.v, keep between 20,000 and 2.'j,0(/n .lews from voting In the Colora¬ do primaries on Sept. 12. .lew¬ ish leaders and election officials disclosed this week. The elec¬ tion falls on Rosh Hashanah. .Jewish leaders have conferred with the Denver Election Com¬ mission and the State Attorney General's office seeking a way to allow voting by absentee bal¬ lots. "The Colorado Constitution and legislative laws pertain¬ ing tn voting are very clear and we have been unable to find any¬ thing to .solve the problem." Id Arthur Ca.ssidy, a rnember Election Com- 2. Bring your linens. 3. Bring your friends for card playing. VOLINER PICNIC The annual Voliner Society picnic is set for Sunday, Aug. fi—an all-day family affair at Edgewater Park. Ben Ros^n ia chairman of this year's event, aided by Morris Weinstock. There will lie prizes for all children and cash awards for holders bf lucky tickets. The public la invited. To get to Edgewater Park, go south on College Ave. for five mijes, turn left and watch for Park sign. . "The Constitution says that the primary elections must be held on the second Tue.sday In September and there is no way they can vote hy absentee bal¬ lot unless they are actually away from the city or Incapacitated by 111 health to the extent that they cannot get to the election polls," Mr. Cassldy declared. invasion of., ^he Wolman, financial secre¬ tary, hy the end of this week, .so ; that the records may be com¬ pleted. File cards with infoi-mation about new members should be returned to Mrs. Theodore Sch¬ lonsky. membership chairman, as soon as possiiile. / When these reports are com¬ pleted a list of the new members of Brandeis Womens Commit¬ tee will appear iij the Chronicle. ANTI-KKMITJC PAI'KRK PIIINTKI) IN U.S. BEING CIRCl'LATBI) IN GKRMANY MUNICH, (.ITA I — Anti-Semi¬ tic publications printed in the I United States are being dl.sseml- nated In Germany by German- Americans visiting the U. S. zone. It was established here this week. They inclucie the notori¬ ous anti-Semitic newspaper. The Broom, and the magazine Com¬ mon Sense, which Is outspoken¬ ly antl-Jewlsh. The F,ast Berlin municipality made public a report stating that there are today about 20,000 .lews In the whole of Germany, Including 8.000 In Berlin. Most of the Berlin Jews owe their lives to the fact that they were married to Christians, the re¬ port said. 8KJNET RING WORN BY DIt. HEIUIL IS TURNED OVER TO J.N.P. JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The signet ring worn by the late Dr. Theodor Herzl, founder of the modern world Zionist movement, which until now has been in the possession of Presi¬ dent Chairn Weizmann of Israel, was turned • over this'week to the Jewish Nationai Fund for safekeeping. VpL party SUNDAY Bring your own swim suit and you'll lie ready for the Young People's League swtVhmlng par¬ ty Sunday aL Eckles Lake. There'll be fun for all—enter¬ tainment, food, soft drinks. All who wish to attend should meet at Broad St. Temple this Sunday at noon. Directions to Eckels Lake will be provided at that time. In addition to swimming ad¬ mission, there will be a small charge of 25c for members and 40c for non-members. Transpor¬ tation will be furnished. In the million culiic feet of space provided by the handsome brick and stone-trimmed build¬ ing, surrounded i^y 2.') acres of ground, are facilities and eciuip¬ ment for every form of sport, health activities, dramatic and musical presentations, cla.sses In Hebrew. Jewish history and lit¬ erature, club and lodge meet¬ ings, arts and crafts classics, and social events, large and small. Two swimming pools, out¬ door and indoor, ;i fullalzetl gymnasium, marked off for basketball. .Softball, volleyball, etc., 12 liowling tieds In a wing 'attached to the main building, t w o alr-condltioned handball courts and rooms for massage and therapeutic treatments will appeal lo sports-loving people. An auditorium and theater, seating 900, can be u.sed for pro¬ fessional and amateur plays, concerts, lectures and large meetings. The ceriter Is divided Into rooms of varying sizes for club and committee meetings, and special teas and dinners. Five pleasant classrooms for (¦oldsiuitii study of Hebrew and special classrooms for arts and crafts, woodworking and other hobbles are provided. There are facili¬ ties for games of all sorts, both active and (|uiet. Ambitious plan.s are in the making for using and beautify¬ ing the outside grounds which stretch to Alum Creek on the west and ui within 200 feet of Livingston Ave. on. the north. Already installed are the 120- fl. outdoor swimming pool, to t>e made attractive with lawn and terrace furniture. Children's playgrounds and wooded picnic grounds are provided, with ath¬ letic fields to be added later. Parking space for about 300 cars is ready; a porte cochere on the south makes it possible to load and unload passengers under cover: This reporter spent move than an hour in his tour of inspection, so vast Is the plant and Its equip¬ ment. Since the» Jewish Community Center Is a family agency which (coDtinued on Dase 61 A Call for Workers "The greatest need now Is for workers tor our member¬ ship campaign committee." Chairman Mel Frank emphas¬ izes. "Without an enthusiastic group of men and women will¬ ing to assist us In. contacting prospective members, we shall not be able to get in touch with the people who have been awaiting the completion of the Center. Volunteers are urged to call me at MA. 1667 and sign up to help In this great com¬ munity project."
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1950-08-04|
|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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