Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1950-05-05, page 01
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I ¦ lawH^wt'iiiiffn J*;j uchaeollBlcal & Hlalorlcal Museum , N. High f?l. at 15th—» ^^ iHRONICLE ^f%.J/ Serving Columbtis and Cenlral Ohio Jewish Community ^/\\^ Vol. 28, No. 18 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAV, MAY 5, lO.'iO Dev»t<fd lo AmrrlcBE itnd Jewish Idrali Ilka Chase Announced as Speaker For UJF Women's Dinner May ISth First United JewishFund Mass Rally Scheduled at New Cenier on May 14 Ralph Lazarufi, president of (he United Jewish Fund, announc¬ ed the plans for the fnrthromlng b'.IF ma.s.s rally at the new Jew¬ l.sh Center on .Sunday. May M. 2 p. m. Featured on the program will he .such notables as Max Lerner. world famou.s aulhor and lecturer: Covernor Frank ¦!, Lausche: Charles Lucas, director of the Cleveland branch of the National As.Sdciaticjn for the Advancement of Colored People; Dr. Edgar Dale. <llreclor of the Bureau of Fducatlonal Re.seSrch at Ohio State University: Orville .lones, educational dlreclor of the Ohio C.I.O. Council: Chet Long, radio commentator: Wesley Fesler, athletic coach at Ohio Stale University. A dramatic hjKhllght of thls|-" —— ¦ Memliers of Steering Commit¬ tee who met to plan the open¬ ing dinner: Left lo right, .seated: Mrs. .lack S. Rosier, Mrs. Wil¬ liam Wasserstrom, Mrs. E. J. Epthuslasm and excitement rail high at the meeting of the Steering Committee of the Wom¬ en's Division of the United .Jew¬ ish Fund, when it was determin¬ ed that Mi.ss Ilka Chase would he the. guest speaker at the open¬ ing rlinner of Ihe HIBO campaign. Noted author, star ¦ of stage, screen, radio and now television, Ml.ss C^ha.se has ijeen devoting her time, talents and energies to¬ ward bringing the message of the 1,'nlted Jewish Appeal before the Jewish women of America. The decision to have her come to Columbus to keynote the opening of tlie Women's Divi¬ sion drive Monday, May 15, at the flordon, Mrs. William Schlff. Mrs. S. .1. Schlonsky, gencriil chairrhen* Left to rlglit standing: Mrs. Leo Kessel, Mrs. Harry (Ioldberg, Mrs. Allen Gunder- « • • Soulhern Ilotel, has heen ac- cUdmed by the entire communi¬ ty, and reservations for the .$50 minimum dinner meeting that evening have already exceeded the expectalions of thy Stcrlng Committee! it is not too late to get your reservation in. and if you have not done so yet, please send your card In Immediately, or cull Mrs. flarry Goldberg, DG. 875(i. or her vice-chairman. Mrs. Harry Roth, DO. Gl(i2, and make your reservation for this out¬ standing event. Assisting Mrs. Goldberg and Mrs. Roth In the mammoth Job of sending out Invitations to every .lewish woman in Colum- shelmcr Sr.. Mrs. F 1 Sdim farber, Mrs. A. .1. Krjbai ker Mm Harry Schwartz. Mis loseph Horchow. Mrs. M lut k o Shti Mrs. Louis .Madison bus and vicinity, wiie tht fol lowing women: Mesd unes I ouis Roth, Allan Tarshlsh L u 1 R( ( d Artliiir Goldlierg Roliiit 1)1 is hek. Henry Tlatt 1 Irk Ratni i Dave Levinson, Moe Glassman and I. W. Garek. Preparation foi the I'IIO cam paigii are in then fin il stagi s and even now, cvdv Itwish women's organization in Ihe city Is being visited by .i mtmbei of the Speakers' Hureau, to briiig to its membership the message of the United .lewish Fund, and the vital needs which must be met this year through the agencies represeiiled In the Fund. Under (CoDtlnuet) on I'uKe 11 melting will be llic Hlue Punt; to f icedom a living Ubltau e\ ((0\einoi LaUM he pressing bow United Jewish Fund liollars work to fight nnti- Semillsin. Max Lerner. brilliant author and newspaperman., will siicak in behalf of the United .lewish Appeal. The meeting Is Iil.innod as a family affair, giv¬ ing the entire .lewish cominuni- l\ an o|iporlunity to see the new |(<nlpr and lo hear the.sc out- ist Hiding speakers. There will be 111) .soliellation of fiinilB at this ilf.llr. Ihe mass meeling will bo in-' 'foimatlvc and tho work of-all -f.i i agencies which receive help from Ihe U.If^ will be explained. The community will hear how their dollars work for freedom, tolerance, a n d mercy .... over.seas. niitiunally, ahd on the Ihe local scene. Hcscivc Sunday. May llth for this outstanding cominunity event, i'lan tn bring the enlire family. The new Center will not bo fully completed but arrange¬ ments have been made for seat¬ ing and convenient parking. United .Icwlsh Fund loaders ex¬ pect this to be one of the best attended community events in the history of Columbus. Dr. Bamberger on Lecture Program T. I. Installation Banquet Tomorrow Plans are now completed for the second annual election and installation banquet in the social hall of Hroad St. Temple tomor¬ row evening, at B:30. Mr. Charles Marguiis, general chairman of the function, announces that a capacity attendance 1^ expeeted and that Mr. Fred'M. Roland has arranged for a very delicious chicken dinner that will he serv¬ ed. No efforts are being spared to make this one of the outstanding affairs in the city The nominal charge of $2 per plate should make it possible for many to avail themselves of the oppor tlinlty to enjoy a fine evening Dr. Bamberger The annual Hlllel Lectureship will present Dr. Bernard Bam- lArger speaking on "The Jew¬ ish Heritage and Modern Thought," Wednesday at 8 p. m., in the HUlel Foundation auditor¬ ium. Dr. Bamberger is president ot the Synagogue Council of Ameri¬ ca and Rabbi of the West Erid Congregation in New York. As president of the Synagogue Council of America, he helps co¬ ordinate religious activities of all branches on American Juda¬ ism. He Is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and Hebrew Union College which gave him the degree of Doctor of Divinity In 1020. He is a well-known writer and lecturer and has contributed to various scholarly Journals and magazines.. Dr. Bamberger is es¬ pecially recognised for his ex- • cellent volume on "Proslytlsm In The Talmudlc .Period." The Hlllel Foundation la proud to 'present this noted scholar and teacher to a Columbus audience. Dr. Bamberger's appearance is being presented In conjunction with the Institute for Ministers at the Foundation all day Wed¬ nesday. Rabbi Lelyveld Hillel Speaker Beth Jacob Congregation to Proceed With Constrilction of New Synagogue At a special meeting held by Beth Jacob Congregalion last Sunday, plans were submiUed for the new .synagogue In he erected on llulcn .Ave., near Livingston. Mr. .loe Swariz. chalrniaii of llic liuilding Ciimmiltee. in explaining the plans, reported th.-it the officers of the Committee made special trips lo various cities In Ohio to inspect new syna¬ gogues that have been recently built and have incorporated into the Heth Jacob plans the hest ideas obtainable. So enthusiastic were the.se plans received hy the Beth Jacob membership that they were immediately approved and the Building Committee was given full authority to proceed with the construction of the new Beth Jacob .synagogue. Watch the Chronicle for further details. Mr. Polster Rabbl Morris Adler of Congre¬ gation Shaarey Tsedek of De¬ troit, will be guest speaker. He has chosen as his subject the theme—"A Program for Ameri¬ can Jews." Rabbl Adler Is one of the outstanding Conservative rabbis In the country and has captivated the ftiany audiences who he has addressed throiigh- out the country. A spiritual tfeat is assured those who will hear him. Th9 installation ceremony will (Continued on PaKo 7) Kabbi Lelyveld Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld of New York, national director of the B'nai B'rith Hlllel Foundations, will be the principal speaker at the 25th..anniversary bafiquet of the Ohio State University Hlllel on May 2-1 at the Foundation, 46 Ifith Ave., according to i|n- pouncement made this week by Rabbi Harry Kaplan. Toastmaster for the occasion will be Sidney Kusworm. nation¬ al treasurer as well as chairman of the Americanism Commission of B'nai R'rith, and prominent attorney of Dayton. Allan Tarshl.sh, general chair¬ man of the silver anniversary celebration, met with committee heads this week to outline plans for a community-wide observ¬ ance. Meanwhile representatives of the Hlllel Student Council are engaged in planning the annual award-night which will be a part of the banquet program. The fes¬ tivities will also mark the 15th anniversary of Rabbl Kaplan as director. The Hlllel advisory board, which has been an Important ad¬ junct of the Foundation since its (Contlnned on Fnce 7) B'nai B'rith Stag Affair Next Week B'nai B'rith's stag meeting Tue.sday at 8:15 p. m. will feature a talk titled "A Christian Looks at Israel", by Dr. Roger D. Bos¬ worth, of the First Unlversallst Church. A member of the American- Christian Palestine Committee, Dr. Bosworth holds degrees of BA, Master of Theology, and Doctor of Theology. He was or¬ dained in 1040. ¦ As the national director of youth in his church, the Unlver¬ sallst minister has devoted much time and effort to the problem of Juvenile delinquency. His ar¬ ticles have appeared in manv re¬ ligious journals. He is also chair¬ man of the Unlversallst Service Committee for overseas relief. The meeting will be held at Hroad St. Temple and will in¬ clude the 2nd nominations of of¬ ficers for the coming year. The meeting will be followed by cards and refreshments. Beth Jacob Installs Sisterhood Officers The newly-elected officers of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood will be Installed by Rabbl Leopold Greenwald Wednesday, 12:30 pm., at the synagogue. The Sisterhood will serve a de¬ licious lunch preceding the In¬ stallation. The new officers are: presi¬ dent, Mrs. H. Schlff; vice presi¬ dents, Mrs. H. Echt, M. G.ood- man and Rita Weinstock: honor¬ ary vice president, Mrs. L. Greenwald; recording sec'y, Mrs. S. Greff; financial sec'y. A. Aaron; corresponding secy. M. Goldstein; treas., M. Coldsteln. (Continued oD Face 7) 91' Mother-Daughter Banquet Tuesday The annual Agudath Achlm Mother Daughter banquet, at which is scheduled the installa¬ tion of the newly-elected offic¬ ers, will be held Tuesday, 6 pm., at the synagogue. Mrs. S. W. Rubenstein, pro¬ gram chairman, will present a musical cantata entitled "What Is Torah?" and enacted by the following members of the sister¬ hood: Mesdames H. Schwartz, B. Yenkln, M. Goodnlan F. Yenkln, J. L. Schwartz, H. Kay, A. Yen- (Continued on Pnie 7) TE.MI'LU SISTERHOOD n> KNTERTAIX WITH LC.NCHKO.N Tl'BSDAY J'inal meeting of the Rose E, Lazarus Sisterhood will be In the form of a luncheon at Bryden Rd. Temple Tuesday, 12:15 p. m. The entire Sisterhood member¬ ship is Invited. Mrs. Harry Freidenberg and her committee are in charge. Opening prayer will be rgad by Mrs. Robert Greene. Mrs. Charles Freund will Install the newly-elected officers and board members during the business meeting which will follow the luncheon. To continue In a festive vein, SLsterhood "Ognlb"—a novel and entertaining pastime—will be played, with prizes awarded the winners, plus a ipvely door prize. Canasta games for all who wish to participate will brhig to a clos« the final meeting of the season..
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1950-05-05|
|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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