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Arcnaeollglcal & HlswWcal N. High Bt at IBin—1 IHRONICLE ^\%J/ Sonrinq Columbua and Central Ohio lewiah Communlly \\]ffi, Vol. 21), No. 12 ('OI,r.MIU'H, OHIO, FKIDAY, M.'\K('H 2;l, IMl DpvolctI In Amrrlriir and Jeu-lflli IdnilH T. I. Golden Jubilee Carnival Scheduled April 8 The Men's Club of the Tifereth ' Hinger, l.oon llundlpr. Ma.x Israel Temple announced this Seigel. My Weinberg. Hob l';iiiu'. week'thiit a g;ila (Jolden .lubilee Iiiil Cohen. Aaron Zacks. 1 .cju carnival \yill be heid Kunday. | l.evin, Harney Kinger, M;irty Apr. 8, in Ibe lemple social hall. ¦ Kaufherr, i.ou l)iirfin;in ;inil I lleubcn Abnimson. st;irtlng at :i p. rn. lOntirc pro¬ ceeds will Ifc used for improve¬ ment of the social hall and pur¬ chase of more equipment for the tem|)le. Stanley Ibirr and Simi Flaum are coch;iirmcn of tlic cominil-j noveliy ;ind loy „ lioi. toe pl.inning the .-iff;]!!-, uith the prizes will he aw following members serving aslhonr on llii' hour, aides; Messrs. Ilamld Topy. Abe| While Ihe adull Levison. .Milt Hernian. V i c ] goiiig on. ;i similar' c-biidi'fn will be ( There will be fun for- ;rll the canilval. wilh a v.irimy liooihs to sall.sfy p\f!r-s(irn''s sires . . . game. Iia/.aat. i grociM'v. Sisterhood Apicji nil .Uibilec are make this a ;ire being ;i gani/,;iIiori!. working hard tr gteat .^uc(CS.S. Thi'.v ;sisted by :rll ol' if the temple — the l.s the B'nai B'rith Presents Moislie Oysher Film Tuesday Evening carnival riarr' for' inilui'led ill the educational buililing. (;;irni's, boot lis. entei'I;iinmcnt ;inil free refreshments liave been phuined for all Sunilay and llelirew .School children, uilli' plenly of prizes. 'I'he l'l;iniiing cnniinittee ;ind the chair-men uf the Colileft SistiM'hiioil, .ll'. b'isli'i bond. VollllK I'enples l.lMgUe, liny Sl'lillls. Cub ll Siiiuts. ll;ir' Mllzv;ih Club. I'm III pjil-Ti'!i<-!ii'r Cnmiiiiliei'. .M.iii'inI f'iiu|)les Club, Sniul.iy Keliginu- k e. Scboiil and liebrew Srlmnl ;jnil' l.;HiU'., who wi.sh lu riintribirtc Duui'jby baking cakes or cuiikics fui vi'i'yjthi' r;irni\'al should curilart ihr .leinple office. KV. !l.".:i.S. .Men de sii'liig lu hi'lp rniiy call Alheil (Muddy I I'.eirn, Sl;in Ibirr ui Sam l-'laurn. .N'ew 'I'ui'k Kaphin. Israe frum .li'iu- 's .Miiii-if,.,' MolNhe Oysher The charming story of a young blacksmith gifted with a golden voice will he unfolded Tue.sday 8 pm when Zion Lodge 62, B'nal- B'rith presents a 'Vid- dish movie with English sub¬ titles at the Jewish Center, starr¬ ing the world-famous comedian. Moishe Oysher. There is no ad- missiim charge and the show is open to the entire community. ,__ I Graduation Exercises' At Hebrew School fJehrew .School cl.isses will he held Monday at the usual time in the afternoon. The chililren who come on the fii'sl trip will be picked up at their li'omes about :! p. m.. instead of ;it Ihe public schools. An educational event uf city- wide interest will take place on Hunduy. Apr. I, 2:;j(iTi. m.. at the .lewdsh Center, whflri a number of .students, both Imys and girls, will graduate from the Hebrew School. Al the lime of the graduation, the.se sludent.s will have com¬ pleted the elemenlai'y course of Hebrew education, consisting of reading and uriling uf the He¬ brew language, a knowledge of the Hebrew grammar, comple¬ tion in the oiiginal of the five hooks of .Moses. p;irls of the I'rophels, .lewish history, cus¬ toms and ceremonies. A Iradi tional background of this sort should help lho.se graduates be¬ come better Jews and Jewe.s.ses. and better Americans as well. - O Youth Groups Ready For Conference The liLyden iUi. and Hroad St. Tempk' youth ruiigregaliuris will be p;u'tici|ialiiig in the \'ui';i tiun;il Cuid;)iire "('.(lei-r t'ufder- ence" ;il lhe .lev\'ish Center Sun llav. April I. Ill ;i. m. lu I p rn liabbi .1. I) l-'ulkman and H;ihhi Naihari Xellzcr b.i\'e riKMie ;ir langemenis uiib lhe Cenlei- lu li;i\e Sunilay Schuul ailenikince ;it Ihe regisiratioii desk on lhe day of the Cunfeienre. Transportation and r'eceptrun prublems will be handled by twu member groups of Ihe Teen-.-\Ke Council. I'i Heta Lambda will he on h;ind to tr;inspuri Ihose with no nieiin>i ii[ reaching Ihe Center' lo the Cunference. Coniact .loe White, president of the TAC iKV. 7707) lu arrange fur trans- por'tation ser\ ice. H'nai H'rith Cirls will greet and register ;rll particip;inls In the Conference. They will alsu ser'\'e us hustesses for the day. Piirents groirjls irre inviled to share in the ai'rangements fur' the Confer-ence by callingMarty Llvensteln at Ihe Center. o Cll'irOI. I..AI>IK.S MKKT .\ hoard meeting of (';rpiiiil Ladies Auxiliary N'u. I2L'. .lewish War \'eterans of lhe I' S.. bas iieen Kviieiluied far ,S:I.') p. m.. Tuesday. ;il the Hotel Seneca. JEWISH WAR VETERANS' STAG BANQUET IS NEXT WEEK .Vext Thursday, (i p. m., in the grand ballroom of the Seneca Hotel, the Columbus Post of the .lewish War Vetei'ans will hold their (ilh annual Hast Command¬ ers stag and banc|Uel. Those p:ist Commanders who will be honored are: Joe Dul¬ sky. '35-30; Slanlev .Schwartz, ':!?; Allan Tarshish, ¦im. S.im Llch¬ tensteln. ':!!); Dave Pastor, '10; Sam Mellman, '11; Mor-rls Les¬ sure, '-12; Tobias Polster, 'lit; Moi- ris Les.sure. ''II; Ur. Ilarry Topo¬ losky, ''15; Manny Knglander, 'Ki; Lou Levin. '17; Rudy Klemperer, 'IK; Nale Coopersmilh, 'ID; Harry Berlin, ',')(); and Arthur Hlock, '51. Arthur Block, Post Commanil- er, has annnurrced that the fol¬ lowing members are working on the affair: Mel I'^urmaii, chair¬ man; Dr. Ben Gertner, vice- chairman; Lou l^evine, arrange¬ ments; Manny Englander, din¬ ner, and Irv Harkan, publicity. The coinmittee promises a won¬ derful chicken dinner, top notch entertainers and "indoor sports." Members are urged to make their reservations now and friends will he wtlcomed. The organization of the Jew¬ ish War Veterans was formed in 1895 in New York by a group of Jewish veterans from the Civil War. It became rather dor¬ mant until after the first World War, when tt was considered lo be quite important lo activate a Jewish veterans group to help to create q better understanding among veterans of other faiths. Then as now, the majority of JWVmembecs are also members of other- veterans groups. The .IWV is ;r r-ecognized or- g.'inizalion and Is represented in veterans' aff;iir's. holh iKiliunally and locally. Locally, many mem¬ bers iniivfj lieen cited fur their oulslanding contritiutiuns to the cummunity. Among thu.se ar-e: Allan Tarshish. Stanley Sch¬ wartz, Ur. llari-y Topolosky, Joe Dulsky and Harry (Joldber-g. Representing JWV in Wash¬ ington is lhe Past National Con mander of the Legion. Ben Kaughrnan, who is one uf the few living recipients uf the coveted t:ungi'essional Medal of Hunur'. liaison-1 standing between Jewisii ;rnil vetei'ans of other r;iilhs. Locally, in the deparimenl uf Velei-ans Relief is tbe fir-sl past comniiirider of the Culumiius Post, ,loe Dulsky. Through him (contlnaed on paKe 8) V .^71 , J^ I t.T.^ l... Itl I I'l^.ltil l/l He has done much in lu I r-^atc a lietlei' under- Terror - Stricken Iraqi Jews in Mass Exodus UJA Opens Emergency Drive for $5,000,000 In Cash; Must Rescue 70,000 Jews Within 70 Days; "Salvation Airlift" Created NEW YORK (Special) — A panic stricken iTiass exodus to lsr;rel of. .lews fr'om lra(| has confronted Ihe .Unvish Slate with Ihe rnosi severe tmmigralion crisis in its lilstory. David Hoi'uwilz. Dir-eclur General of isriiel's iVIinistry of Fin;ince, repurled tu ;in exlr-;iur-(liruii-y session of t^'nited .lewish Aripc;d liMileis Iiere who. in immediate response, voted tu laiiiich an er'ncrgcniy twoweek drive fur $.'i.OOO.0()ll in c;rsh as the first uf ;r series of s|iei'ial muM's lo rlfect the resriie in Ihc nexl 70 d;i.s-s uf 7').0(K) li';ii|i .lews. .Mr. Ilut'owilz. who gjive hi.s r'epurl lu, lhe C.l.\'s \';iiiunal C.un- paigri Cabinet fuur- hours after- liinilirig s;ilem, Is second in command lu Kliezn uf l''in;ince. He Indicated that Ihe mo\ e ment lo Isr.iel in recenl ikiys ol lra(|l .Jews has ceased lu be a process of. emigration and has inste;id become an exodus. Wiihin the last few weeks, the lr;ic|i Ciovernmenl has taken steps lo seciuester Jewish pro pei-ly and lo freeze .lewish amis in banks following an earlier action siptting M;iy .'il ;is a deadline date on furlher .lew¬ ish emigr'ation to Isr-aei. rile Israel ginctriinciit ii(lii'i;ii told the Camp;iign cabinet thirl the fulur-e of the .lews of Iraqi will he decided' mainly by .•\' merican .lews within Ihe next j 711 days — befur-e the M;iy 111 deadline. He ur-ged the U.IA tu spar-e nu effurl in providing large sums to enlarge a '-.Salvation Airlift" now shuttling more than 1.200 .lews daily from Baghdad, capital of Iraq, lo Lydila. Israel. The new immigration crisis comes at a time when Israel's resources are already strained from the effort to cope with ilif- fieullies arising oul of the entry in the lasl three year-s uf moi-e than 500.000 Jews. Mr. Horowitz told the Cabinel members that Israel will con¬ tinue its historic immigration program, especially al this cri¬ tical time, bul that to succeed the Jewish Stale must have tbe full support of American .lews through the I'JA. In voting the tw-u-week cash diive. the UJA's Campaign Cabi¬ net, cumpo.sed of :ii; leaders uf Jewish communities from coasi lo-coasl. u I* g e d i-or-rimunities thr'uughuul the country "not to delay fur' a single moment lhe flow of funds which spell hope and freedom fur lens of thous ;inds of terrified and endangered Jews." The Campaign Caliinel a.skeil community leaders to :ipply ill once to their local lianks fur loans against camp:ilgn pledges and Io intensify lhe collection of cash on pledges ;rlr'eady made. o Goodmans 'Guests' of B'nai B'rith Women There was much ex<'ilenient and mer'rimenl al the Columlius Airport last Monday morning, as ¦a lion voyage committee of H'nai B'rith Women, namely M r s. Jack Schilling ,Mi-s. Mel Furman and Mrs. Joseph Plotnick, bade'Mi(.ii Council Meeting Will Feature Mrs. Frank Featured at the next meeting of the Council of Jewish Women Tuesday, Apr. :). at Hryden ltd Temple, will be AIis. Melville Frank. .'\ talented |)i;inisl. .Mrs. Frank will tell the ,'itnry of the opera "The Old Maid ;ind Ihe , Thief" liy .lan Carlo MeiiuMi. and play p;u-ts nf the scurc. ex plaining how- Ihis wurk is miisj cal drama t-ather- than \\'uril> -et III music. In the talented h;inds uf .Mrs Frank, this musical Interiirela- lion promises to reach a high point of ariislic achiex'emenl. Mrs. Frank is well-known and most highly-regarded in niusic circles throughout the city ;ind stale, having appeared several times with the Columbus Phil¬ harmonic (Orchestra as guest pianist. Al present, she is treas¬ urer of the Woman's Music Club. Mr. Menotll, the composer, has been the rage of New York this past sea.son with his musical drama "The Consul." Other pop¬ ular works of his are '"I'he Med¬ ium" and "The Telephone." He is generally recognized as ihe genius of modern opera. One of his works, "Amelia Goes to the Ball." was a success it the .Metropolitan. Born in Italy. Mr. Menotll was educated In the Cur¬ tis School of Musk- at Philadel¬ phia, a rever-se of. the usual pro¬ cedure. Mr. .1. \;ilh;m I'olster will give lhii ojii-ning pi'iiyer anrl thi.' re¬ port uf the Nuniinaling commil¬ tee will be read. A sale of articles niiide by the blind will also be held. o —— ( K.VTKIl l>.\IKY KITt'HKN <iIKT OK CHILDUKN' l.V MK.MOKV 01' I'.AKKNTH 'the .lewish Cenler Daii'y kit¬ chen, which \yas completely eijUipped in memory of .Mr. and .Mrs. Ben Slein. by their chil¬ dren vv'ho.se names were inadver¬ tently omitted from lasl week's storv in the Chronicle, are: I .Mr. ;ind .Mrs. Harry Silber- I stein. I IX S. Remington Rd., Mr. and Mr-s. Max Sleln, 2U S. Cassady: Mr. and .Mrs. Moe l''leece, Mr-, and Mrs. Ezra .Slein 'and .Mr. Phil Slein. all of Terre Haute. Ind.; and Mr. and Mrs. ll;iri:v .Malliin <)f Mt. Clemens, Commanders Art Block CSI) and Joe UulHky ('35>i0) a hearly bul slighlly envious farewell lo two local residents, Mr. and Mr.s. Ceorge Goodman,, 1081 Herkeley Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Goodman were the happy winners of the lO-day Florida trip sponsored by the Columhus Chapter In conjunc¬ tion with the fund-raising pro¬ ject .of last November. The air was filled with snow, flurries and a wet rain was fall¬ ing, but the happy couple were ln| very high spirits as they boarded the huge Delta Con- steilaHen a n d were already dreaming of sand and ocean and sun al the fabulous Martinquc Holel In Miami Beach. The entire Chapter joins in congratulations and good wishes for a happy £tnd healthy holiday to Mr. and Ntrs. Goodman. We hope this muchneedeil contribution will )ie an Incentive for others to do likewise in other departmenls of our beautiful Center which was formally dedl¬ caled lasl Sunday. VIM, .MOVIES ai'NUAV Special events commltlee of Young Peoples League offers un¬ usual entertainment for its mem¬ bers Sundpy, 8:30 pm., at Broad St. Temple. A grade-A picture, "Flight *ro Freedom," will be the main at¬ traction. The story is based on the Yemenite Jews and their flight to Israel; narration by Sam Jaffee. Second feature will t>e an ani¬ mated cartoon, "Sing a Song of Freedom."
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-03-23|
|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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