Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1950-01-13, page 01
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y Arch^ieollglcul & Historical Museum ¦ N. High St. at 1,5th—1 Zionists Convene Wednesday With the advent of the State of Israel many .seasoned Zion¬ ists are asking: "What Do We Do N'ow?" . . . "Where Do We Go From Here?" To give ah answer to these perplexing questions, the Columbus Zionist District, in line wltb the lead It has taken this season to present the finest In cultural programs, has arranged a symposium on the subject of "The Re-orientatlon of The Zionist Organization In America," to be held Wednesday, *< 30 p. m., at the new addition of the Ahavas Sholem Congrega¬ tion on Ohio Ave. The participants In this time¬ ly question will be Maurice Chanis, who will discuss the political aspect affecting the , American scene; M r. Harry Schwartz, who will discuss the political phas? as It concerns Is¬ rael; Dr. David Kramer, who will give his views with regard to the cultural side, and Dr. Mar¬ vin Fox, who will champion the religious part Of the discussion. Dr. B. W. Abramson will act as moderator. The Jewish people of Colum¬ bus are urged not to miss the op¬ portunity of Il.stening to what the experts have to say about re- asse.sslng our political, cultural, spiritual and religious values, with regard to the Zionist move¬ ment In America. ff Mrs. T. I. Sisterhood" to be Selected at Project Luncheon Sisterhood I'roject chairmen. Mrs. Sam Wasserstrom and Mrs. llarry Huhln. .•md their many committees have complotod all ar- rangcrooMls for tho groalost of ail Project Luncheons to bo hold Wednesday, in tho social hall ot Hioail Kt. Temple: The exciting program for the | ¦ ¦ Selby to Play for BB Dance .March 14 lunchoim ha.s boon p 1 a n n o d around Ihc "Swoolost I'orsonall- ty" coritosl; "Elect Mrs. T. 1. Sis¬ terhood of IMO." At the .Slster- hood'.s .lanuary meeting, 10 wom¬ en woro voted candidates for •final judging at the luncheon, .ludgos will be Shop Fields, nationally-famous hand leader who will appear In person, Mr. Andre Correale of the New York School of Modeling, and Mrs. Mary Rippel. 2nd place winner In the "Mi-s. AmOrica" Contest of ID-ia. Master of ceremonies for the afternoon will be 'Mr. Alan Abel, whose personality adds sparkje to any affair. Mr. Abel Is a nationally-known drummer; he toured overseas with the ori¬ ginal cast of Moss Hart's "Wing- eil Victory." A wonderful array of prizes will be presented to "Mrs. T. I." and hor runpers-Up, and, sfi usual, to pledges and donors from tho Sisterhood, Tho Doshlor-VVallick hotel will oniorl.-iin "Mrs. T. I." and her escort for tho evening. The Maramor will entertain llaemfor dinner, liexley Fabrics have pre¬ sented a trophy for "Mr.s. T. I." Jimmy Rawlins ha.s given 12 dancing le.s.sons for "Mrs. T. I." Ho.ss Cleaners, two certiflcat,es for cleaning, while Troy Laun¬ dry is presenting a $.'>. laundry certificate, Howard Johnson's, dinner for two. Karl Helse has presented an onyx and diamond ring. Mr. WoOJf Solomon of Cen¬ tral Ohio Coin Machine gave a radio, Dick Zimmerman from Broad Olympic has presented a fine bowling bag, Mr. Aaron Zacks has given a pair ot angel treads for every member of "Mrs. "T. I.'s" family. Olher lovely gifts were received frotn tho May Co., Sons Bars and Grills. N. Wasserstrom and Sons, Bexley Pharmacy, Bexley Mor- gan-Zettler's Hardware Store, Marathon Stalion, Stone's Grill, Cay's Luggage, and a treasure chest of Old Gold's. And, leaving the best till last, will be the cash dcmation from Wolf Insurance, with which the committee has purchased many lovely gifts. The following are the candi¬ dates for "Mrs. T. I." honor; Mesdames Fred Roland, Sam Lopper, Charles Solomon, Aaron Zacks, Martin Shenker, William Wasserstrom, Ben Barban, Moe Hlrsch, M. A. Krakoff, Sam Su¬ bow. Tuesday. Mar. II is tho date for tho-annual H'nai H'riih pald- u|i mombership danco, which again will be hold at popular Valley Dale. The dance is free to all members in good stahding and Ihoir guests. JONIT B'NAI B'BITH-HIlliEL MEl^lTING IS JAN. 31 B'nai B'rith men's and wom¬ en's chapters of Columbus will join for an outstanding program Tiiesday, Jan. 31 at Broad St. Temple, for the annual Hillei Night event. The program will be under the direction of Loula Krakoff, featured by members of Ohio State University's Hlliel Foundation. Sir. Selby .Music for the affair will be provided by Maestro Chuck Sel¬ by and hl.s' 11-piece orchestra, with feature singers Juanita Hutch and Bob Marvin. The Sel¬ by group was a big hit at the recent li'nai li'rlth Women's Gold Rush dance. .Selby's music will please all Hen li'rlths an<l guests—num¬ bers ranging from South Ameri¬ can rhythms to good old-fashion¬ ed Jewish "kazatchkahs." ADL IIADIO PBOOKAM Next Friday, (Jan. 20), at 2:05 p. m.. the series of programs on WRFD un Jewish Life, directed by the regional Anti-Defamation League office, will feature a dis¬ cussion of "Religious Values in Our Economic Ufe." Discu.ssing the Influence of re¬ ligious concepts and Idealism In Ihe dally practices of business will be Sidney L. Katz, Herbert Wise and Jacob Clayman. PHRONICLE Uj^/jf, Serving Columbug and Cenlral Ohio lewisit Community ^y^AS Vol. 2«, No. 2 COLUMBUS, OHIO, PRIDAY, .JANUARY 1.1, 1050 °in°d"jew?ih^Meiu"" Joint Meeting Tuesday of Women's Chapters Next Tuesday is the date for the annual joint meeting of Sen¬ ior Hada.ssah, Council of Jewish Women, and B'hal B'rith Wom¬ en. Mrs. Ted Schlonsky, presi¬ dent of B, B. Women, will open the meeting at 2 o'clock at the Art Gallery. Mrs. M. J. Papurt, president of Ojuncll of Jewish Women, will give the opening prayer and Mrs. Harry Kollus, president of Senior Hada.ssah, will introduce the guest speak¬ er. Mrs. I. Cabakoff will present several vocal selection.^. Rabbl James G. Heller of Cin¬ cinnati will be the honored guest of the afternoon. Rabbi Heller Is a past chairman of the Admin¬ istrative Council of Zionist Or¬ ganization of America; he is also a past president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Besides his career In the Rabbin- Dr. Sachar's Talk Adds Impetus to Enrollment in Brandeis University Impetus was given to the campaign to enroll women. In the Columbus f'hapter of tho National Women's Committee for Brand¬ els University by the talk of Dr. Abram L. Sachar. first president of Hrandois. at the meeting Thursday afternoon af Broail St. Tem¬ ple. Evon boforp Dr. Sachar's arrival, interest in Hrandois h;iil already brciugbt in 20 life momborsbips from Columbus. ac<'orrling | l.ooman. to ;m anniiunoomont by Mrs. Alfrod ,), Kobacker, chairman of tho .Mombors attonding the moot¬ ing Tuesday arc roquosted to bring articles of clean, used childron's clothing, in good con- Idilion. for Ibc Voulh Aliyah ate, Rabhl Heller has also had an active career as a musician arid composer. For 18 years he wrote the program notes for th§ Cin¬ cinnati Symphony Orchestra, and to his credit are a large number of compositions. Some of his music is for the synagogue including hymns, solo services for Friday evening services, and a concert version of the Jewish liturgy, (or chorus, soloists, and orchestra. Since 1920, he has been Rabhl of the Isaac M. Wise Temple In Cincinnati. Following Rabbl Heller's ad¬ dress, a tea will be. held with the following women acting as bosi esses for the afternoon: .Mesdamos Moe Hlrsch. .lack Wolman. Robert Blashek, Rob¬ ert Levy, I. M. Harris and M. J. organizmg group. A largo audionoo greeted Pr Sachar al Iho first meeting of tho loo;il women's commitloo. Tho meoling was opened by Mrs. Kobacker. Then Rablii (('onltnui.,1 on I'ftee 41 BrandciN Cnlvcr.slty's Dr. .Sjichar will be Intcrvirwod !>y (hot Long on sliitloii WR.NH this afliMnddii (.Saturdayl, a( 2:;!0. Ichilrlron in French transit c;imps awiiiiing ^hips lo lake them to I Israel. Mrs. B. J. Goldstein Guest Speaker for Mizrachi Dinner Mrs. Hello .1. Cioldstein. Honor¬ ary vico-prosident of the Miz¬ rachi Women's Organization of America, will bo the guest .speaker at tho annual dinner of the Columbus Chapter tomor¬ row (Sunday) 0 p. m., In the Agudath Achlm .social hall. Mrs. Goldstein had served as president of Mizrachi for five years; she also represented . the organization at the last world Zlon 1st.Congress in .Switzerland, and again in 10-17 she headed the Mlzrachl Women's delegation to tho first pcjst-war Zionist Con- gross at Hasl(>. at which she sor-vori as ,'i member of the Ac¬ tions Commiltoo of the World Zionist Ciingi'oss. In 1018, sho at¬ lended bolh Ibe meetings of the Zionist Actions Conmiitlee. the first of which took place in ihe Beth Zoirolh Mizrachi. in Tol Aviv, Israel. Mrh. B. J. <;<>lflsti>ln I In l!)l(>. Mrs. Cold.stoin spent four months in I'aiestine. in- spociing the l.'j projects of the Mizrachi Women there, dedicat¬ ed to the physical and spirilual rehabilitation of the refugee and native children, and studied the possibilities of the expansion of the child nestoralion program. Mrs. Goldstein, a native New Yorker, is active in a number of national .lewish organizations. Including the Americnn Jewish i Congress, tho American Zionist 'council, and olhers. Mrs. Gold- I : stein is Iho wife of Samuel Gold- sti'in. prominent .\'ow York at- ,'lornc.v. and has thrt'o ehildren. :l»o daughters now residing in I Israel, the younger of whom is ; :i rh.ilulz. and a son who lives t in .Vow Ywrk. Her niessa.so to Ibe Cylumbus ('li,i|)lor on tho occasion of ihelr (Cuntinueil un I'uf;n 4) TEACHERS TO MBHT A meeling of the Jewl.sh Teachers Association will be held this Sunday, 12:30 p. m., at the Agudath Achim Educational Institute, 1021 Bryden Rd. A discussion bn' "How to Teach the God Idea" will take place, with Rabbis Jerome Folk- man, Samuel W. Rubenstein and Nathan Zelizer participating. Eilectton of officers will be held. This ABSociation is comprised of teachers In the following reli¬ gious schools: Agudath Achlm, Broad St. Temple and Bryden Rd. Temple. The teachers are ejc- peeled to attend. The Jewish Teachers Associa¬ tion is sponsored by the bureau of Jewish Education. KABBI KOLILMAN PICK.S DR. WAKSMAN AS MAN OK VKAB Dr. Seiman A. Waksman, disc;overer of streptomycin, was selected as the outstand¬ ing Jewish personality of 1949 by Rabbl Jerome D. Folkman at the Bryden Rd. Temple ser¬ vices Friday, Jan. 0. For 1947, Rabbl Folkman named Dr. Abba Hlllel Silver; In 1948, Dr. Nel.son t.lueck of the He¬ brew Union College was cho.sen as the Jewish "man of the year." Tho complete story of Rab¬ bi Folkman's 1949 choice will appear in next week's Chroni¬ cle. FRKI) LAZAKCS, JR. IIIK MIVKS AWARD , Fred Lazarus. .Ir., president of tho Federated Dep't Stores. Inc.. I was Iasl Wednesday night pre- i.sonlcd in Now York City the an- Inual Tobe Award as the "Retail- ier of the Voar." As a member of j tho American Jewish Committee I and for many year.s. head of I Bellefalre, Cleveland Orphan : Home. Mr. Lazarus has been a , leading figure In major organiza- ] tions affecting the woll-teing of iour people. •BRANDKIH" THK.^IK OK KTKR.NAL LIGHT SHOW TOMORROW VIA N.B.C. Sam .laffe. noted stage, screen and radio personality will be featured on the Eternal Light program, "Brandels," by Morton Wishengrad, according to an an¬ nouncement by the Jewish Theo¬ logical Seminary of America, un¬ der whose auspices the program Is conducted. This broadcast is the last in tlie Eternal Light's current Fifth Anniversary Ser¬ ies and will ba» presented this Sunday, (NBC network, 12:30-1., pm., EST.) Dr. Moshe Davis, Dean ofthe Seminary's Teachers Institute and College of Jewish Studies, is program editor. "Brandeis" tells the story of the great American Jurist who learned lialf-way through his life that true Judaism and the American heritage are insepara¬ ble. ;.M. HORWIT'/. LKAVKH KOR IHRAKL .MONDAY I Morris Horwitz, (ii)'2 S. 17lh St.. exdculi\o secrotary of tho Voliner Sooivl.v and for many years active In olhor well known , .lewish orgimizations here, is ' leaving IVIonday for New York I City where on Thursday. .Ian. j 19. will sail on the La Guardia I for Israel. He Intends lo bo I there for three months a.s the I guest of his two nieces. Mr. Horwitz takes thla oppor¬ tunity tn bid farewell lo his friends and associates. MI.SH .lOSKPHHON IS LISTED IN "WHO KNOWS & WHAT" Among those listed in the first edition of "Who Knows— and What". Is Miss Bertha E. Joseph.son, of lO-Seventeenth Avo. "Who Knows—and What" is the most recent publication of the A. N. Marquis Co. of Chica¬ go, publisher of "Who's Who in America" and olher biographical reference works. In this volume, which is intended as a guide to American authorities and ex¬ perts In various fields of know¬ ledge, Mis.s Josephson is listed j as an authority on historical ' manuscripts, historical editing and Indexing, and historical archives. IN.STALLATION DINNKR J The annual Installation dinner i of Ihe Ahavas Sholom Cdngre- I gallon will be held Jan. 22nd at I the synagogue at 6:00 p. m. Mrs. i Joe Weiner and Mrs. George ! Goodman are chairmen df the affair. HBBREW SCHOOL BEGINNBRB CLASS Registration for the beginners class which w'H start tyith the beginning of the 2nd term .Ian. 30, can be made now. Boys and girls age 7 or older, txre eligible to enroll in this class. Parents desiring to enroll their children are requested to register them now, so that registration tan be completed by Jan. 30. For Information and registra¬ tion call the Principal, Mr. Har¬ rison, FA. 5227. LBAGUB OP WOMEN VOTERS BROADCAST Stimulating citizen interest in public affairs is the purpose of a new series of programs to be broadcast every Priday at 12:45 on station WVKO-FM, by the League of Women Voters of Pranklln County. In announcing the broadcasts, Mrs.,Cye Landy, Public Rela¬ tions chairman of the grotip, stated: "It is our purpose to pre¬ sent factual mttteriai presented in an unbiased and non-part Isan manner covering' subiepta rang¬ ing from international affairs to local housing issues."
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1950-01-13|
|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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