Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-08-24, page 01
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Archaeallgiwa & Hlfiioncal T"S St at 15th-l GOVERNOR'S MANSION TO BE SCENE OF MEMBERSHIP PARTY MONDAY B'nai B'rith Women Honor New Members Who Joined in Recent Campaign The iQVcly nnd spacloufl gardens of the Chief Executive of the State of Ohio will be the scene Monday, 2 p. m. to 4:00. of the tea and garden party to be given by the Columbus Chapter of B'nal B'rith Women. Honoring ^11 new members who have joined the chapter in the current membership campaign, headed by Mrs. L. M. Levin, the party at the governor's mansion is open to all members of B'nai B'rith Women who have already paid their dues for the 1951-1952 season, as well as those who will pay their dues at the tea. Mrs. Frank J. Lausche, charming and gracious First Lady of Ohio, will be present to meet the guesta. All those who attend the tea and pay their dues will become honor members for 1951-52, and will be entitled to receive a Gold Hbnor membership card, which they can carry and show Nylth pride, signi¬ fying that they have joined with countless thousands of women throughout the world. In the work of aiding the unfortunate, of bring¬ ing into the lives of others a little sunshine and laughter. Assisting Mra. Ivcvin artd the cap- Holiday Outing Next Wednesday haa been set as the deadline date for registrations for the Labor Day Camp weekend All Columbus young adults, 21 and over, are invited to participatf in thia grand climax to the sumni>'r senson. The site of the Ijibor I ' y festivities will be scenic Camp Iii- i dlanola. neur Lancaster, O. The I "campers" will k-ave the .lewi.sh tains of the membership campaign (^,.„t,.r Saturday evening. Sept. 1. In the collection °^,^^"«»/^^ 8"ct- j f„, ^^ree days of camping and out¬ door activity. ing of members, old and new, will be Mr."). Al Blank and Mrs. A. J. Becker, financial secretaries. Addi¬ tional hostesses for the afternoon will include the following members The program for the weekend filatures campflres, u weenie bake, square dance, swimming, sports who have been active in recruiting i ^'^ '^" "O''*-'*- ^"^ "" opportunity new members for B'nal B'rith Women: Majors Mrs. Jack Schilling, Mrs. David Geichman. Captains Mesdames Harry Berlin, Al Furman, Lou Goldfarb, Richard Grundsteln, N&te Rubin, Phjl Dolln, A. Bert Thall, Al Rosen. Goodman Kaplan, Wm. F, Snyder, Bertram Leavitt. Workers Mesdames Leon Schottensteln, Inez Segal, Isadore Avren. Harold Schottensteln, Max Friedman, Dave Handler, Paul explore the caves and hills of southern Ohio, with long - time scout Mayer Rosenfeld as guide. The activities arc being planned to promote an atmosphere of re¬ laxation and an opportunity for those attending to get to know each other. All expenses for the three-day weekend are included In the foe of $7. Registrations may be made at the Jewish Center or by calling Ruth Schaffer, DO. 2731 A pre-weekend gathering has Cohen, Arthur Zwelllng, Sam Smo- been planned to give the campers ler, Iz Harris, Irving Cohen. Mesdames Martin G o do f s k y. Frank Yasaenoff, Reuben Abram¬ son, Chas. Solomon, Wm. H. Rosen, Sam Nedelman, Harry Schwartz. A. A. Michaelson, Harry Goldstein, Hy Stone. Mesdames Isadore Gurevltz, I. T. Rinkov, Harry Kollus, Sol Rising. Jack Fishman, Aaron Kahn, Leo Turner, Ted Schlonsky, Sam Sch¬ lonsky, Melvln Furman and Mlss IxJttie Cohen. Meadames David Hurvltz, Mor¬ ria Skilken, Lou Robins. Saul So¬ kol. Liiwrencf." Polater, Samuel S Schwartz. Mesdames Meyer Hoffman, Jos. Schecter. .lack Koopcrslein, B. B. Caplan, D. Feinsteln, Abe Leviaon. Howard Schoenbaum. Max Zisklnd and Mlss Juliet Marks. Hospitality Mrs. Meyer Hoff¬ man and Mrs. Nate Nedelman^ Telephone Mrs. A..Epstein. Publicity Mrs. Phil Dolln and Mrs. Harry Schwartz. If you have not already been con¬ tacted, and would like to join the Columbua Chapter of B'nai B'rlth Women, please consider this your invitation to the tea and garden party Monday. o BOAUD MEKTINO MONDAY There will be a board meeting of the T. I. Sisterhood Monday, 8 p. m., in the Minnie Cobey Library at Broad St. Temple. Board members who cannot attend are asked to call Mrs. Sam Subow, DO. 8198, and present their repprta in advance. iHRONICLE 2j['S^,y' Serving Columbus and Central Ohio lewrlsh Community^Y/Z^R Vol. 2», No. .12 COLIMBIS, OHIO, FniDAY, AIOUST 24, UM Di'vdipd to Amcrlrun nnd Ji'wl.sh Ideals BEN^GURION CALLS FOR "LOYAL PARTNERSHIP" BETWEEN STATE OF ISRAEL AND JEWISH PEOPLE Zionist Movement Represented by 480 Delegates at the 23rd World Congress in Jerusalem; Guests Visit Tomb of Theodor Herzl JERUSALEM, (JTAi ¦ Israel's Prime Minlster.David Ben-<Burion, addressing the opening aesaion of the 2.Hrd World Zionist Congress, called for "inyai partnerahip between the State of Israfl and the Jew¬ iah people." Without thi.i. he said, the three vital tagka incumbent upon both the .seeurity of the state, the Ingathering and integration of the exiles and the development and .tpeedy upbuilding of the land could not be accomplished. ^^ To the 480 delegates, representing the Zionist movement In nearly every eountry of the world except th)' Soviet Union and the satellite states, who met In the foyer of the imcpmpleted building of l;he Nation, the Israeli leader declared: "It falls upon this Congress, which meets for the firat time since the establishment of the State, and upon the new Government of Israel to coordinate and lay down the path leading to a common goal and to secure the means necessary to effect the task whieh the Jewish people and the Zionist Organization, on the one hand, and the State of larael, on the other, muat carry out." Discussing relations between the State of Israel and the Jewiah people. Ben-Gurion said: "Lsrael has no authority whatever over Jewa resident in other countries. It does not speak In their name. It does not represent them and vt has not the authority to impose any duty upon them," He declared that "Is not a stati- for its ritizens alone but for the whole Jewish people" In the sense thnt any Jew who wlahea may come and be welcomed here. Outlining hla concept of the Zionist movement, Ben-Gurion said that "the strength a d authority of the Zionist movement and the Zionist Organization em, 'tes from the free will with which ita members un¬ dertake the yoke'u precepts of the movement and Its abilities reach only so far as there is a desire and readiness on the part of its members to take upon themselves that yoke and those precepts." I Turning to conditions In larael, IN CONCERT HERE r an opportunity to meet one an¬ other and find out more about what is In store for them. U will take place Wednesday, 8:30 pm-, at the Center. ANTI-SEMITISM IN CICERO RACE RIOTS ARE RE|»ORTEn CHICAGO The recent race riot In Cicero, a suburb of Chicago, to prevent a Negro family from moving into the district, subse¬ quently developed into a' serious ant i-Semltlc demonstration, ac¬ cording to a report in The Sentinel, Chicago Jewish weekly. The paper quotes an otherwise unidentified "prominent Chicago Jewish businessman" who la an honorary Deputy Sheriff and waa called to the scene of the riot, ag authority, for the statement that after the arrival on the scene of National Guard units, the rioting mob started yelling, want Jews in Cicero! th(? Sheenies out.'" "We and * dop't Drive o VOLINER PICNIC SEI»T, 3 The annual Vollner Society pic¬ nic is set for Sunday. Sept, 2 an all-day family affair at Heimon- dale grove. Ben Roaen ia chairman of this year's event, aided by Mor¬ ris Weinatock. There will be prizes for all chil¬ dren and cash awards for holders of admission tickets which are be¬ ing sold at 3 for 50c. The public ia Invited. NEW AGUDAS ACHIM SYNAGOGUE TO BE READY FOR HIGH HOLYDAYS Rumors have been circulated in Columbus that the New Agudas Achim aynagogue building (E. Broad St. at Roosevelt) will not be completed in time for the high holydays. Such Infor¬ mation Is not true, according to Abe A. Wolman, president of the congregation. As a matter of fact, he aald, the structure will be ready for the first Slichos services, Saturday midnight, Sept, 22. The synagogue Is to be alr-condltioned and together with other facilities should contribute greatly to the comfort of all worshippers. Mr. Wolman also stated that a limited number of membor- ahlps are now being accepted by Agudas Achim. Those Inter¬ ested are aaked to contact any officer of the congregation or by calling MA. 6471. Cantor Nlenen The announcement that Cantor Yehudi Nleson will be heard In a concert at the Gallery of Flpe Arts next Tuesday evening, has already aroused considerable Intereat and enthualasm among all those yearn¬ ing for Jewish sung and Jewish art. Cantor Nleaen Is blessed with an exceptional lyric tenor voice which he uses with great skill and agility. He executes the cantoral trills and cadenzas In a manner which is truly phenomt^nal. Cantor Niesen la equally at home classical songs and operatic arias as he Is In the flaming can¬ toral renditions. The program will inelude songs and prayers, which are sure to gladden every Jewiah heart. Cantor Nieaen dcs<'rves a large audience, and it is hoped that the Jewiah public of Columbus will avail itaelf of the opportunity of listening to him when he sings here next week. o •YOINtJ ADULT NIGHTS" The firat program In the weekly "Young Adult Nights" will be a )^quan' dance and midnight awlm t\)morrow, 8 p. m,, at the Jewish Center. Mayer Rosenfeld will aerve aa caller for the dancing. If necessary, the indoor pool will be used for the swim. This Is the flrat of a aeries of Sunday evening entertainment planned for young men and wom¬ en in the 21-35 year group. It is not necessary to be a member of the Center, j Sees Vital Role In \ "• Zionist Movement \ JERUSALEM. 'JTAI Dr. Chaim Weizmann reaffirmed his faith in the future of the Zlonlat movement in a message read to the opening session of the 23rd World Zionist Congress. The laraeli president, prevented by ill-health from making a per- aonal appearance before the au- preme organ of the Zlonlat move¬ ment in which he was a dominant figure for many years, told his former associates that the Zionist movemi^nt called upon to play a major part in meeting the "tre¬ mendous task of material and spiritual reconstruction" facing Is¬ rael. ' "I look forward to a rich give and take between Israel and the great Jewish communities abroad who stood by us in the decisive hours of our struggle for freedom," Dr. Weizmann said. "I hope they will give us of their best men, ideas and support. We may be able, for our part, In the courae of time, to offer them a significant restate¬ ment of these traditions and as¬ pirations which constitute the eternal heritage of the people of Israel." Dr. Isaac Herzog, Chief Rabbi of Israel, tn a message to the Con¬ gress, aald that the question of "dual allegiance" was not Involved if it were realized that the bonds between Israel and the Jewish peo¬ ple were more than historic ties with a small country. Ben-Gurion warned that the dan¬ ger of war interfered with the task of admitting and absorbing the vast immigration planned by Israel. He charged that the rearmament pro¬ gram of the Arab States was di¬ rected solely against Israel and de¬ clared that Israel's security prob¬ lem was "no less grave and acute than it was in the period of fight¬ ing." He reminded the Zionist dele¬ gates that "we must remain con¬ stantly on the alert," "We are building," he declared, "a free, progressive, democratic pionf.'erlng and dynamic society and culture" in a .state surrounded by "feudalistie regimes and back¬ ward cultures baaed on social stag¬ nation." In an analysis of the prob¬ lems facing the Jewish State In ac¬ complishing this in which the help of the Jews of the Diaspora is re¬ quired, Ben-Gurion stressed that the new immigrants arri\ing from the Orient come without skills and funds. The scarcity of professionals and experts in all branches of the i?conDmy, In the various services and on the cultural level, is a prob¬ lem of major proportions, he In¬ dicated. "Only Jewry In free lands" is capable of supplying capital and pioneering and expert manpower", he asserted. *^^ The 23rd World Zionist Congress, meeting 54 years after the first Congress at Basle in 1897. waa formally called Into session by Dr. A. Shallit, secretary to Theodor Herzl, after the delegates and thousands of gueats at the Con¬ gress, had made the pilgrimage to Mt. Herzl to the tomb of the found- (coDtlnaed pn page 4) CENTER PRESCHOOL ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF MRS. MOE HIRSCH, MYRA SPEYER, JEAN FAGADAU Mrs. Moe Hirsch, former kinder¬ garten teacher at the Falrmoor School, haa been engaged aa head teacher at the Jewiah Center Pre- School, It waa announced by Ed¬ ward Schlezinger, president. Also appointed to the teaching ataff were Miss Myra Speyer and Mias Jean Fagadau. For many years, Mrs. Hirsch haa been identified with educational and community activities. Past pre¬ aldent of Hadaasah, Mrs. Hirach haa been active in the work of the Zionist Youth Commlaalon In train¬ ing club leaders and wprking with young children. As head teacher of the Pre-School, ahe will assume responsibilities which will give her an opportunity to ahare her very warm personality with parenta and children. She will work very cloaely with Mra. A. R. Schwartz, director of the Pre-School, In helping to provide the kind of program of which the community can well be proud. Mias Speyer, a recent graduate of the College of Education at Ohio State University, has had teaching experience at the Pre-School level. She is particularly talented in arts and crafts and will serve as ataff specialist in this field In addition to her clasa assignments. " Former member <»f the Columbua Self-Development School staff, Mlss Fagadau is a welcome addi¬ tion to the Pre-School. She haa al¬ ready endeared herself to many of the children and parenta In our I. SISTERHOOD'S "Beat the Clock" "'^ community. Mlss Fagadau ia a graduate of the College of Educa¬ tion. OSU. Mr. Schlezinger prala<?d the work of Joseph Zox, Pre-School Com¬ mittee chairman, and Dave Gold¬ smith, Personnel chairman, for en¬ gaging teachers who have auch fine professional education and rich Jewiah background. Additional members of the teaching ataff (teacher asslatanta and other school personnel) will be announc¬ ed next week. Again parents are urged to com¬ plete applications and other regis¬ tration requirements at once. The school is approaching Its maximum quota enrollment of 100 children. AU applications received after that time will be placed on a waiting list. Please call the Center, DO. 2731, for further Information.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-08-24|
|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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